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pēs pedis, m

PED-, a foot : nudus, T.: pedibus aeger, S.: si pes condoluit: pede tellurem pulsare, i. e. dance , H.: cycnum pedibus uncis Sustulit, talons , V.: pedum digiti, toes , O.: numquam huc tetulissem pedem, would have come hither , T.: Nusquam pedem (sc. feram), I won't stir a step , T.: pedem ferre, go , V.: si in fundo pedem posuisses, set foot : profugum referre pedem, return , O.: magis pedem conferre, come to closer quarters : ut prope conlato pede gereretur res, almost hand to hand , L.: votis malignum Opponit nostris pedem, sets her foot against (of Fortune), O.: retrahitque pedem simul unda relabens, V.: ego me in pedes (dedi), took to my heels , T.Abl plur . (rarely sing.), of motion, afoot, on foot, marching, walking : pedibus vincere, in running , O.: cum ingressus iter pedibus sit: pedibus compensari pecuniam, i. e. the long walk to the property makes up for its cheapness : ut omnes pedibus mererent, serve as infantry , L.: cum illud iter pedibus confici soleat, by land : quod flumen pedibus transiri potest, be forded , Cs.: in quam sententiam cum pedibus iretur, i. e. when a division was taken on this question , L.: cum omnes in sententiam eius pedibus irent, voted for his resolution , L.: Quo bene coepisti, sic pede semper eas, O.: tua dexter adi pede sacra secundo, expressive of favor , V.: Ripa felici tacta sit pede, propitious , O.: quid tam dextro pede concipis, etc., auspiciously (the right foot being associated with good omens), Iu.Acc plur . with ad : ad pedes descensum ab Romanis est, the Romans dismounted , L.: magnā ex parte ad pedes pugna venerat, mainly an infantry fight , L.: ad pedes omnium singillatim accidente Clodio, supplicating each : vos ad pedes lenonis proiecistis: cui cum se maesta turba ad pedes provolvisset, L.— In expression of subjection or inferiority: servus a pedibus, footman : Omnia sub pedibus vertique regique, under their sway , V.: duas urbīs sub pedibus tuis relinquemus, L.: Sub pedibus timor est, is spurned , O.—In the phrase, pedibus trahi, to be dragged by the heels, go to the dogs : trahantur per me pedibus omnes rei.—In the phrase, ante pedes, before the feet, in plain view, evident : quod ante pedes est, Videre, T.: eos ante pedes suos iugulari coëgit.—In phrases with caput : tuas res ita contractas, ut nec caput nec pedes (habeant), i. e. neither beginning nor end : ut nec pes nec caput uni Reddatur formae, i. e. the several parts , H.—In the phrase, manibus pedibus, with might and main : Conari manibus pedibus noctīsque et dies, T.—Meton., of a couch or table, a foot, leg , prop : Lectuli pedes, T.: mensae, O.: grabati, a handle , Ct.—In navigation, a sheet, sail-rope : pede labitur aequo, i. e. before the wind , O.: pedibus aequis: unā omnes fecere pedem, i. e. let out the sheet , V.—In verse, a foot : herous: pedibus claudere verba, to make verses , H.: Musa per undenos emodulanda pedes, in hexameters and pentameters , O.: extremum seu trahat pedem, i. e. limps (of the choliambus), O.A kind of verse, measure : Et pede, quo debent acria bella geri, O.: Lesbius, H. —As a measure, a foot : intervallum pedum duorum, Cs.: pedem discessisse: pede suo se metiri, by his own foot-rule , i. e. by his own abilities , H.

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