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scītum ī, n

P. n. of scisco.—Of the Roman people, an ordinance, statute, decree, resolution, popular vote : scita ac iussa nostra comprobare. —Usu. with plebis or plebi (often as one word, plebiscitum): quo plebiscito decreta a senatu est quaestio consuli, etc.: (lex) plebei scito Canuleio abrogata: de altero aedile scitum plebi est factum, L.: populi scita, Ta.—Of popular assemblies in other nations, a decree, ordinance, resolution : cum esset lex Athenis, ne quis populi scitum faceret, ut, etc.: populi scito non paruit, N.: ut nullum de re scitum populi fieret, L.—Of any public authority, a decree, ordinance : omnia sacra Pontificis scitis subiecit, L.: aliorum (decemvirorum) scitis adversari, L.

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