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cicātrīx īcis, f

a scar, cicatrice: cicatricīs suas Ostentat, T.: plagam accepit, ut declarat cicatrix: adversae, wounds in front: ostentare cicatrices advorso pectore, S.: ubi primum ducta cicatrix, when the wound began to heal over, L. — In plants, a mark of incision, V.—In a shoe, the seam of a patch, Iu.—Fig.: refricare obductam iam rei p. cicatricem, to open the wound afresh.

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