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ascrībō (ad-scr-) īpsī, īptus, ere

ad + scribo, to write in addition, add: ad extremum alquid: in lege, ‘si quid,’ etc.: nomini regis titulum, Cu.To enroll, enlist, enter in a list: ascriptus Heracleensis: Puteolos ascripti coloni, in the colony of P., L.: civitatibus ascripti: se in civitatem: in civitatibus ascriptus: militiae, Ta.To inscribe (late): marmori Praxitelem (i. e. eius nomen), Ph. — To appoint, assign: alqm tutorem liberis (by will): tutorem his rebus (by decree): ascriptus poenae dies, Ph.—Fig., to impute, ascribe, attribute: incommodum alcui, hold responsible for: socium me tuis laudibus, assigns me a share in: sibi exemplum, to refer, Ph. — To number in a class, include among: Satyris poetas, H.: nationes Germanis, Ta.To add, join: illum sibi conlegam: ad hoc genus narrationes: me in talem numerum.

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