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digitus ī, m

DIC-, a finger : de digito anulum detraho, T.: digitos impellere, ut Scriberent: Indice monstrare digito, H.: illam digito uno attingere, to touch gently , T.: alqd extremis digitis attingere, to touch lightly : attingere caelum digito, to be exceedingly happy : digiti, per quos numerare solemus, O.: in digitis suis singulas partīs causae constituere: si tuos digitos novi, skill in reckoning : si digitis concrepuerit, by a snap of the finger : digitum ad fontīs intendere, to point : qui digito sit licitus, bid at an auction : digitis nutuque loqui, by signs , O.: digito compesce labellum. hold your tongue , Iu.: monstror digito praetereuntium fidicen, H.: demonstravi digito Gallum.— Prov.: ne digitum quidem porrigere, not to move a finger.—A toe : constitit in digitos adrectus, V.A finger's breadth, inch (the sixteenth part of a pes), Cs.: clavi digiti pollicis crassitudine, Cs.— Prov.: digitum transversum non discedere, swerve a finger's breadth : ab argento digitum discedere: digitis a morte remotus Quattuor, Iu.

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