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succingō or sub-cingō nxī, nctus, ere,

to gird below, tuck up, gird, gird about, girdle: crure tenus medio tunicas, Iu.: succincta anus, i. e. with tucked-up skirt, O.: succincta comas pinus, i. e. with foliage gathered at the top (the trunk being bare), O.—To gird on, put on with a girdle, attire: Succincta pharetrā, V.: pallā succincta cruentā, V.: pugione succinctus, Anton. ap. C.—To surround, furnish, provide, equip, fit out: succinctam latrantibus inguina monstris, V.: Carthago succincta portibus: succinctus armis legionibusque, L.: patriā papyro, Iu.

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