I.perf., cinctus, 3, v. a., to gird up, to prepare, equip; only in part. perf.: prōcinctus , a, um, prepared for battle, ready for action, in fighting order: “cum procinctae classes erant,” Gell. 1, 11, 3: classis, i. e. an army ready to engage, an army, Lex ap. Fest. s. v. opima, p. 198, a Müll.; Fab. Pict. ap. Gell. 10, 15, 4; Just. Inst. 2, 10, 1.
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