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hīc (with the enclitic ne, written hīcine or hīcin), adv.,

in this place, here: ego hic adsum, T.: non modo hic, ubi . . . sed ubicumque, etc.: hic dux, hic exercitus; i. e. before us are, Ta.: Hic ubi Deucalion adhaesit, etc., O.: hic plus malist, quam illic boni, T.: Hic segetes, illic veniunt felicius uvae, V.: hic viciniae, T.: hicin libertatem aiunt esse aequam omnibus? is it here that, etc., T.—In this affair, on this occasion, in this particular, herein, here: nil pudent hic, Ubi opust; illic, etc., T.: hic, quantum in bello fortuna possit, cognosci potuit, Cs.: hic miramur, hunc hominem tantum excellere ceteris?: hic iam plura non dicam.—Of time, now, here, then, next, hereupon, at this time, at this juncture: hic reddes omnia, T.: hic cum uterque me intueretur: Hic regina gravem poposcit pateram, V.: hic Laelius (inquit).

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