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ap-pendo (adp- , Jan), endi, ensum, 3 (kindr, with appendeo , ēre, Apic. 8, 7 fin.), v. a.
I. To hang something upon something, to suspend on (eccl. Lat.): “(Deus) appendit terram super nihilum,hangeth the earth on nothing, Vulg. Job, 26, 7.—
II. Commonly to weigh something to one, to weigh (cf. pendo)
B. Trop., to weigh, to consider: non verba me adnumerare lectori putavi oportere, sed tamquam appendere, to have regard not to their number, but to their weight or force, Cic. Opt. Gen. 5: “appendit corda Dominus,Vulg. Prov. 21, 2.
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