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in-scrībō īpsī, īptus, ere,

to write upon, inscribe: in basi tropaeorum inscribi: sit inscriptum in fronte quid de re p. sentiat: si quae essent inscriptae litterae: in illis libellis: eum sotera inscriptum esse vidi, his name: Littera Inscripta est foliis, O.: monumentis nomen: inscripti nomina regum flores, V.—To inscribe, furnish with an inscription: inscripsi ilico Aedīs, placarded, T.: (libellos) rhetoricos, give the title to: liber, qui Oeconomicus inscribitur, is entitled: inscripta lintea, i. e. curtains used as signs, Iu.— Fig., to assign, attribute, appropriate: sibi hoc nomen: deos sceleri, ascribe crimes to the gods, O.: mea dextera leto Inscribenda tuo est, thy death is to be ascribed to my hand, O.—To make known, mark: sua quemque deorum Inscribit facies, O.: versā pulvis inscribitur hastā, V.—To brand, place a brand upon: inscripta ergastula, Iu.

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