Definition of attamino, adtamino
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LNS
attāminō, attāmināre, -, -
adtāminō, adtāmināre, -, -
adtamino, contr. instead of tagmino, from tago, tango; cf. contamino
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to touch
  2. to attack, rob
  3. to dishonor, contaminate, defile
Abbreviations
at-tāmino (adt-), āre, v. a. ad-tamino, contr. instead of tagmino, from tago, tango; cf. contamino, to touch; and, in a bad sense, to attack, rob (only post-class. and rare), Capitol. Gord. 27.

—Hence, also, to dishonor, contaminate, defile: virginem, Just. 21, 3: aliquem sacramentis Judaicis, Cod. Th. 3, 1, 5.

—Trop.: facta et consulta alicujus imprudentia, Aur. Vict. Caes. 16.
 
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