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occidō cidī, cāsus, ere

ob+cado, to fall down, fall: ut alii super alios occiderent, L.To go down, set: iam occidente sole, Pac. ap. C.: donec lux occidat, Iu.To fall, perish, die, be slain: quā (securi) multi occiderunt: pro patriā: hostium saevitiā, S.: dextrā suā, V.: minimo volnere, O.: unā occidendum nobis esse (cum imperio), S.—Fig., to decline, end: vita occidens, the evening of life: ne sacrorum memoria occideret, be lost.—To perish, be ruined, be lost: sin plane occidimus: occidi, I am undone, T.: funditus, V.: omnia generis insignia occiderunt: vestra beneficia occasura esse.

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