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micō uī, —, āre,

to move quickly to and fro, vibrate, quiver, shake, tremble, beat, palpitate: venae et arteriae micare non desinunt: linguis micat ore trisulcis, V.: corque timore micat, palpitates, O.: micant digiti, twitch, V.—In the finger game (Ital. mora), suddenly to stretch out fingers, the number to be instantly guessed by the other player: quasi sorte, aut micando.—Prov.: dignus est, quicum in tenebris mices, i. e. perfectly honest.— To flash, gleam, glitter, beam, shine, be bright: fulmina etiam sic undique micabant, flashed in every direction, L.: tum micent gladii, L.: micat inter omnes Iulium sidus, H.: oculis micat ignis, fire flashes from his eyes, V.: nubila flammā, O.

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