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cōniciō or cōiciō (coniiciō), iēcī, iectus, ere

I.I. To throw together, unite, collect: sarcinas in medium, L. — Fig., to draw a conclusion, conclude, infer, conjecture, guess: sexaginta ut conicio, T.: eum regnum ei commississe, N.—In augury, to prophesy, foretell, divine, interpret: de matre saviandā ex oraculo: male coniecta: quae tempestas impendeat.—
II.II. To throw, cast, urge, drive, hurl, thrust, put, place: tela, Cs.: thyrsos, O.: pila in hostes, Cs.: alqm in carcerem: reliquos in fugam, Cs.: serpentīs in vasa, N.: cultros in guttura, O.: se in signa manipulosque, Cs.: se in fugam: se in pedes, to take to one's heels, T.: se intro, T.: spolia igni, V.: facem iuveni, V.: (iaculum) inter ilia coniectum, O. — Fig., to bring, direct, turn, throw, urge, drive, force: me in laetitiam, T.: (Catilinam) ex insidiis in latrocinium: se in noctem, to commit: naves in noctem coniectae, delayed, Cs.: se mente in versum, to apply: orationem in clarissimos viros: pecuniam in propylaea, squander: culpam in unum vigilem, L.: maledicta in eius vitam: crimen in qua tempora, L.: omen in illam provinciam: haec in eculeum coiciuntur, i. e. can endure the rack: querelas absenti, Tb.: petitiones ita coniectae, aimed: id sub legis vincula, L.To throw, place, put, include: verba in interdictum: plura in eandem epistulam.

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