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sub-scrībō īpsī, īptus, ere,

to write underneath, inscribe below, write down: statuis inauratis subscripsit, Reges a se in gratiam esse reductos: Si quaeretPater urbiumSubscribi statuis, H.: numerus aratorum apud magistratūs subscribitur, is registered: meo haec subscribe libello, i. e. add this (satire) to my little book, H.—Of the censor's note added to a name, to write down, set down, note down, subjoin: quod censores de ceteris subscripserunt: quae de iudicio conrupto subscripserunt. —To sign an accusation, indict, join in indicting, charge, accuse, prosecute: in Popillium, quod is pecuniam accepisset, etc.: Gabinium reum fecit Sulla, subscribente privigno, as an associate prosecutor: neminem neque suo nomine neque subscribens accusavit, N.: cum suspiria nostra accusarentur, were made grounds of accusation, Ta.— Fig., to assent to, agree to, approve: Caesaris irae, O.: odio suo, Ph.: odiis accusatorum Hannibalis, L.

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