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in-dīcō dīxī, dictus, ere,

to declare publicly, proclaim, publish, announce, appoint: concilium in diem certam, Cs.: forum, V.: ieiunia, H.: dies indicta pugnae, L.: funus ut indicatur, that invitations be issued: divōm templis honorem, a thanksgiving, V.: dis bellum indictum: Aeneadis bella, V.: in diem certam ut ad lucum conveniant, L.: qui ipsi sibi bellum indixissent, are their own enemies.—Of an assembly or march, to summon, convoke, order: Galliae concilium Bibracte indicitur, Cs.: exercitus omnis Aquiloniam est indictus, L. —To impose, enjoin, inflict: tributo populo indicto, L.: pondus argenti alcui, Ta.: iter ad regem Latinum primis iuvenum, V.

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