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laedō sī, sus, ere,

to hurt, wound, injure, damage: frondes laedit hiemps, O.: hominem volnere, O.: me dente, Ph.: robigine ferrum, V.: collum, i. e. hang oneself, H.—Fig., to trouble, annoy, vex, injure, insult, offend, afflict, grieve, hurt: quia laesit prior, T.: verba laedendi: iniuste neminem laesit: Caecinam periurio suo, attack: Pisonem, rail at: nulli os, insult, T.: tua me infortunia laedunt, H.: quo numine laeso, V.: numen deorum, H.: ego laedor, O.—To break, violate, betray: fidem: Laesā praenitere fide, H.: laesi testatus foederis aras, V.: laesus pudor, O.

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