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dictum ī, n

DIC-, something said, a saying, word, assertion, remark : mihi Scripta illa dicta sunt in animo, T.: quod dictum graviter ferebant, Cs.: Metelli dicta cum factis conposuit, S.: ferocia, L.: inurbanum, H.: dicti studiosus, i. e. of poetry , Enn. ap. C.: hirsuta sua dicta, i. e. books , Pr.—Prov.: dictum sapienti sat est, T.: res dicta secuta est, O.: dicto citius, on the word , V.: dicto prope citius, L.A saying, maxim, proverb : Catonis.— A witty saying, bon-mot : quae salsa sint ea dicta appellantur: in te dicta dicere: adytis haec tristia dicta reportat, prophecies , V.An order, command : exercitus dicti audiens, Cs.: dicto paruit consul, L.: dicto parens Cupido, V.: contra dictum suum pugnare, L.A promise, assurance : non dicto capti, N.

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