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circum-sĕco , no
I.perf., sectum āre, v. a., to cut or pare around: “radices vitium,Cato, R. R. 114, 1: “ungulas,Col. 6, 6, 4: “tuberculum ferro,id. 7, 5, 13: aliquid serrulā, to saw around, * Cic. Clu. 64, 180: “circumsecta aluta,Scrib. Comp. 229.—*
II. To circumcise, of the Jews (usu. circumcido), Suet. Dom. 12.
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