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incīdō cīdī, cīsus, ere

1 in+caedo, to cut into, cut through, cut open, cut away: venas hominis: teneris arboribus incisis, Cs.: pinnas, clip: vites falce, V.: pulmo incisus, divided: linum, sever.—To cut upon, carve, engrave: incisa notis marmora publicis, H.: tabula his incisa litteris, L.To make by cutting, cut in, carve, engrave, inscribe: ferro dentes, O.: faces, V.: incidebantur domi leges: id in aere incisum: in quā basi grandibus litteris nomen erat incisum: carmen incisum in sepulcro: leges in aes incisae, L.: verba ceris, O.: amores arboribus, V.: leges ligno, H.: alquid titulis, i. e. among your titles, Iu.— Fig., to break off, interrupt, stop, put an end to: poëma ad Caesarem: novas lites, V.: ludum, H.: vocis genus crebro incidens, interrupting (the speech): aequaliter particulas, i. e. short clauses. —To cut off, cut short, take away, remove: media: spe omni reditūs incisā, L.

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