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secūris is, acc. im or em, abl. ī, f

2 SAC-, an axe, hatchet, cleaver : icta securibus ilex, V.: fertur quo rara securis, i. e. in the wild forest , H.: securi Dextras obarmare, H.: Anceps, two-edged , O.: Victima pontificum securīs Cervice tinget, H.An executioner's axe (borne by the lictors in the fasces): nudatos securi feriunt, i. e. behead , L.: quos securi percussit, beheaded : Virtus . . . Nec sumit aut ponit securīs Arbitrio popularis aurae, i. e. its honors and power , H.—Fig., a blow, death-blow : graviorem rei p. infligere securim.— Authority, dominion, sovereignty : Germania Colla Romanae praebens securi, O.—Usu. plur: Gallia securibus subiecta, i. e. to Roman supremacy , Cs.: saevas securīs accipere, V.: Medus Albanas timet securīs, i. e. Roman supremacy , H.

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