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fīgō fīxī, fīxus, ere

FIG-, to fix, fasten, drive, thrust in, attach, affix, post, erect, set up : mucrones in cive: clavum, L.: leges in Capitolio: fixit leges pretio atque refixit, V.: quam crucem servis fixeras, erected : domos, build , Ta.: feracīs plantas humo, set , V.: Clavos verticibus, H.: veribus trementia (frusta), fix on spits , V.: mucronem tempore, O.: virus in venas per volnera, injects : vestigia, plants , V.: arma ad postem Herculis, H.: clipeum postibus, V.: spolia fixa domi habere, L.: luteum opus celsā sub trabe, O.: sedem Cumis, to fix his abode , Iu.: in virgine voltūs, fixes , V.: fixae cibo pupulae, H.: oscula dulcia, V.To pierce through, transfix, pierce : hunc Intorto telo, V.: Olli fixo stetit hasta cerebro, V.: aprum, Iu.: Figar a sagittā, O.—Fig., to fix, fasten, direct, set : alqd animo: nostras intra te fige querelas, Iu.: nequitiae fige modum tuae, H.: mentem omnem in Milonis consulatu: mea dicta, take to heart , V.To sting, taunt, rally : alqm maledictis.

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