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intercidō idī,—,ere

inter+cado, to fall between: inter arma corporaque intercidente telo, L.To occur meanwhile, happen: si quae interciderunt, etc.—Fig., to fall to the ground, perish: pereant amici, dum unā inimici intercidant, Poët. ap. C.To drop out, be lost, be forgotten: memoriā, L.: nomen longis intercidit annis, O.: Quod si interciderit tibi nunc aliquid, escapes you (i. e. your memory), H.: intercidere nomina, Ta.

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