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īn-fīgō fīxī, fīxus, ere,

to fasten, implant, drive in, affix: ferreis hamis infixis, Cs.: portae infigitur hasta, V.: signum: infixum volnus, i. e. deep, V.: laevo infixa est lateri manus, was nailed to, V.: sagitta infigitur arbore, V.: Haerent infixi pectore voltūs, seated, V.—Fig., to infix, impress, imprint: cura infixa animo, seated: religio infixa animo, L.: Vologesi vetus infixum erat vitandi, etc., had a settled purpose, Ta.

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