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  • 161 re-linquo

        re-linquo līquī, lictus, ere,    to leave behind, not take along, not stay with, leave, move away from, quit, abandon: deos penatīs: vim auri in Ponto reliquit: post se hostem, Cs.: petere, ut in Galliā relinqueretur, might be left behind, Cs.: (cacumina silvae) limum tenent in fronde relictum, remaining, O.: sub sinistrā Britanniam relictam conspexit, in the rear, Cs.: me filiis quasi magistrum, T.: deum nullum Siculis.—Fig., to leave behind, leave: hanc excusationem ad Caesarem: Aeeta relictus, abandoned, O.—P. plur. n. as subst: repetat relicta, i. e. his former life, H.—At death, to leave behind, leave, bequeath: ea mortuast; reliquit filiam adulescentulam, T.: fundos decem et tres reliquit: ei testamento sestertiūm miliens: mihi haec omnia, T.: mihi arva, O.: heredem testamento hunc.—Fig., to leave, leave behind: virtutum nostrarum effigiem: Sibi hanc laudem relinquont: vixit, dum vixit, bene, T.: Sappho sublata desiderium sui reliquit: in scriptis relictum: orationes et annalīs: pater, o relictum Filiae nomen, H.: rem p. nobis: de valvarum pulchritudine scriptum: posterioribus exemplum.—To leave behind, leave remaining, permit to remain, let remain, leave: nil in aedibus, T.: ne paleae quidem ex annuo labore relinquerentur: angustioribus portis relictis, i. e. since the gates they had left were rather narrow, Cs.: unam (filiam) relinque, leave to me, O.: pauca aratro iugera Moles relinquent, H.: dapis meliora relinquens, H.: haec porcis comedenda, H.: relinquebatur una per Sequanos via, remained, Cs.: se cum paucis relictum videt, S.: equites paucos, leave alive, Cs.—Fig.: quam igitur relinquis populari rei p. laudem?: ceterorum sententiis semotis, relinquitur mihi, etc., there remains: non provocatione ad populum contra necem relictā: nec precibus nostris nec admonitionibus relinquit locum, i. e. he renders superfluous: deliberandi spatium, N.: tantummodo vita relicta est, O.: urbem direptioni, abandon: poenae Medea relinquar? O.: hominem innocentem ad alicuius quaestum: Posse queri tantum rauco stridore reliquit, O.: Dum ex parvo nobis tantundem haurire relinquas, H.: relinquitur, ut, si vincimur in Hispaniā, quiescamus, it remains, that: relinquebatur, ut pateretur, etc., Cs.: relinquitur ergo, ut omnia tria genera sint causarum, hence the conclusion is, etc.—With two acc, to leave behind, leave, let remain, suffer to be: eum locum integrum, leave untouched, T.: integram rem et causam, have left untouched: Morini, quos Caesar pacatos reliquerat, Cs.: amici, quos incorruptos Iugurtha reliquerat, S.: reliquit (eam) Incertam, V.: In mediis lacerā nave relinquor aquis, O.: inceptam oppugnationem, abandon, Cs.: infecta sacra, O.: sine ture aras, O.: mulierem nullam nominabo; tantum in medio relinquam.—To leave behind, leave, go away from, forsake, abandon, desert: domum propinquosque, Cs.: Ilio relicto, H.: litus relictum Respicit, O.: Roma relinquenda est, O.: me somnu' reliquit, Enn. ap. C.: ubi vita tuos reliquerit artūs, O.: Animam, T.: lucem, V.: animus relinquit euntem, O.: ab omni honestate relictus, destitute of: si puerum quartana reliquerat, H.—To leave in the lurch, forsake, abandon, desert: Reliquit me homo atque abiit, has given me the slip, T.: succurrere relictae, V.—To leave, give up, abandon: auctores signa relinquendi et deserendi castra audiuntur, L.: relictā non bene parmulā, H.—To leave, let alone, give up, resign, neglect, forsake, abandon, relinquish: rem et causam: (puella) Quod cupide petiit, mature plena reliquit, H.: me relictis rebus iussit observare, etc., to stop work and watch, T.: omnibus rebus relictis persequendum sibi Pompeium existimavit, Cs.: agrorum et armorum cultum, neglect: bellum illud, abandon: obsidionem, raise the siege, L.: caedes, leave unmentioned: hoc certe neque praetermittendum neque relinquendum est: quae Desperat tractata nitescere posse relinquit, H.: iniurias tuas, leave unnoticed: vim hominibus armatis factam relinqui putare oportere.

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  • 162 re-scīscō

        re-scīscō scīvī    (resciit, Cs.; rescieris, -erit, T., C., H., O.), scītus, ere, inch, to learn, find out, ascertain, bring to light: Omnia, T.: Dum id rescitum iri credit, is going to be found out, T.: cum id rescierit: quod ubi Caesar resciit, Cs.: id postquam rescierunt, N.: Carmina nos fingere, H.

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  • 163 saltem (-tim)

        saltem (-tim) adv.    [3 SAL-], saved, save, at least, at the least, at all events, anyhow: si illud non licet, Saltem hoc licebit, T.: si nihil aliud, saltem ut eum videret: si cetera amisimus, hoc saltem ut nobis relinquatur.—Ellipt.: finge aliquid saltem commode, i. e. (since you cannot tell the truth) at least make a plausible pretence: saltem tenet hoc nos, H.—With a negative, not... at least, not even, nor even: illos, etsi non exhortatio, suum saltem dedecus cogere potuit, etc., L.

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  • 164 sēcessiō

        sēcessiō ōnis, f    [1 CAD-], a going aside, withdrawal, retirement: subscriptorum: milites secessionem faciunt, Cs.: secessione factā, having withdrawn, L.— A political withdrawal, insurrection, schism, secession: ultima rabies secessio ab suis habebatur, L.: secessio, non bellum: populi, Cs.: per secessionem armati Aventinum occupavere, S.
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    revolt, secession

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  • 165 secundum

        secundum praep. with acc.    [secundus].—In space, following, by, along, beside: iter secundum mare facere: castra secundum mare munire.—In time or order, immediately after, after, next to: secundum binos ludos mihi respondere: comitia: proelium, L.: quietem, after going to sleep.—In rank, next to, after: proxime et secundum deos homines hominibus maxime utiles esse possunt: secundum deos nomen Romanum venerari, L.: secundum ea multae res eum hortabantur, quā re, etc., Cs.— Agreeably to, in accordance with, according to: secundum naturam fluminis procumbere, i. e. down stream, Cs.: secundum tabulas testamenti possessionem dare: conlaudavi secundum virtutes tuas, T.: duumviros secundum legem facio, L.— According to the will of, in favor of, to the advantage of: secundum nos iudicare, give judgment in our favor: secundum causam nostram disputare: secundum eam (partem) litem iudices dare, L.
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    after; according to; along/next to, following/immediately after, close behind

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  • 166 sēditiō

        sēditiō ōnis, f    [2 sed+1 I-], a going aside, going apart, insurrectionary separation, dissension, civil discord, insurrection, mutiny, sedition: seditioni interesse, L.: seditione factā, Cs.: seditio inter belli pacisque auctores orta, L.: seditionem ac discordiam concitare: Seditione, dolis peccatur, H.: seditionibus tribuniciis res p. agitabatur, S.: seditiones ornare: Paene occupata seditionibus urbs, H.—Person., an attendant of Fama, O.— Dissension, discord, strife, quarrel: Filiam ut darem in seditionem, T.: crescit favore Turbida seditio, donec, etc., O.: si ad externum bellum domestica seditio adiciatur, L.— An insurrection, the rebels, seditious men: seditione ita stupente, L.— Fig., of things, dissension, disagreement, discord: intestina corporis, L.: iracundiam seditionem quandam ducebat.
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    sedition, riot, strife,rebellion

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  • 167 sēmēnstris or sēmēstris

        sēmēnstris or sēmēstris e, adj.    [sex+mensis], half-yearly, semi-annual, lasting six months: regnum: imperium, Cs.: censura, L.: dux, L.: infans, six months old, L.: Semenstri vatum digitos circumligat auro, i. e. the ring of a military tribune, with a six months' commission, Iu.

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  • 168 sēmēstris

        sēmēstris    see semenstris.
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    semestris, semestre ADJ
    half-yearly; of six months' duration

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  • 169 sēmūnciārius

        sēmūnciārius adj.    [semuncia], amounting to a half-ounce: faenus, one twenty-fourth part of an as upon each as, for a year of ten months, i. e. five per cent. for a full year, L.
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    semunciaria, semunciarium ADJ
    of the fraction 1/24

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  • 170 septem or VII

        septem or VII num adj. indecl.    [cf. ἑπτά, Germ. sieben], seven: praetores: colles, H.: decem et septem, L.: decem septemque, N.: viginti et septem tabulae: his mensibus sex septem proximis, T.: VI, VII diebus.—As subst, the seven sages, wise men of Greece: eos septem, quos Graeci sapientes nominaverunt: Thales, qui sapientissimus in septem fuit.

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  • 171 September

        September bris, m    [septem], of seven, seventh: mense Septembri, in the seventh month (from March).— Of the seventh month, of September: Kalendis Septembribus: horae, H.
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    I
    September; (7th month before Caesar, 9th after); abb. Sept.
    II
    Septembris, Septembre ADJ
    September (month/mensis understood); abb. Sept.; of/pertaining to September

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  • 172 septemfluus

        septemfluus adj.    [septem+FLV-], sevenfoldflowing, with seven mouths: Nilus, O.: flumina Nili, O.
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    septemflua, septemfluum ADJ
    that flows in seven streams ("seven-flowing mouth of the Nile")

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  • 173 septem-geminus

        septem-geminus adj.,     sevenfold: Nilus, i. e. with seven mouths, V.

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  • 174 septemplex

        septemplex plicis, adj.    [septem+PARC-], sevenfold: clipeus, i. e. of seven layers of ox-hides, V.: Nilus, i. e. with seven mouths, O.
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    (gen.), septemplicis ADJ
    sevenfold; of/having seven (layers/mouths, shield w/7 layers, river w/7 mouths)

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  • 175 septemtriō (septent-), or septem triō

       septemtriō (septent-), or septem triō ōnis, m    [1 TER-].— Plur, the seven stars of the Wagon, Wain, Great Bear: Clarissimi Septentriones: Gurgite caeruleo septem prohibete triones, O.— Sing: minor, the Little Bear.—The northern regions, northern sky, north: inflectens sol cursum ad septentriones: Belgae spectant in septentrionem, Cs.: septentrio a Macedoniā obicitur, L.: Hyberboreo septem subiecta trioni Gens, V.— The north wind: ex eā die fuere septemtriones venti: acer septemtrio ortus, L.

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  • 176 septem-vir or VIIvir

        septem-vir or VIIvir virī, m    one of a board of seven, one of seven commissioners: voluitne fieri septemvir?—Usu. plur, a board of seven commissioners, septemvirs: VIIvirūm acta sustulimus.

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  • 177 septēnārius

        septēnārius adj.    [septeni], containing seven, consisting of seven.—Plur. m. as subst. (sc. versūs), verses of seven feet each.
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    septenaria, septenarium ADJ

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  • 178 septēnī

        septēnī ae, a, gen plur. septenūm, num adj. distrib.    [septem], seven each: duo fasces septenos habuere libros, L.: pueri annorum senūm septenūmque denūm, sixteen and seventeen years old.— Seven at once, seven together: dispar septenis fistula cannis, O.: fila lyrae, O.

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  • 179 septiēns (-tiēs)

        septiēns (-tiēs) num adv.    [septem], seven times: septiens miliens sestertium, seven thousand times a hundred thousand sesterces.

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  • 180 septingentēsimus

        septingentēsimus num ord. adj.    [septingenti], the seven hundredth: annus, L.

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