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subiectus adj. with comp.

P. of subicio, lying under, situated below, near, bordering upon, neighboring, adjacent : genae deinde ab inferiore parte tutantur subiectae: (cingulus terrae) subiectus aquiloni: Heraclea Candaviae, Cs.: Ossa, O.: viae campus, L.—Fig., subjected, subject, subdued : (natura deorum) ei necessitati: servitio, L.: neque subiectus esto, submissive , O.—As subst plur. m. : Parcere subiectis, V.Exposed, liable : Subiectior in diem Invidiae, H.

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