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caedēs (old caedis, L.), is, f

2 SAC-, SEC-, a cutting-down: ilex per caedes Ducit opes, gathers vigor by the blows, H.A killing, slaughter, carnage, massacre: civium: magistratuum: designat oculis ad caedem unumquemque nostrum: Iam non pugna sed caedes erat, Cu.: ex mediā caede effugere, L.: homines Caedibus deterruit, H.: magnā caede factā, N.: caedem in aliquem facere, S.: caedes et incendia facere, L.: sternere caede viros, V.: saeva, O.: arma Militibus sine caede Derepta, without a battle, H.: Nullum in caede nefas, in killing (me), V.: studiosus caedis ferinae (i. e. ferarum), O.: bidentium, H.—Meton., persons slaughtered, the slain: caedis acervi, V.: plenae caedibus viae, Ta.: par utrimque, L.The blood shed, gore: tepidā recens Caede locus, V.: caede madentes, O.: permixta flumina caede, Ct.: quod mare Non decoloravere caedes? H.A murderous attack: nostrae iniuria caedis, on us, V.

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