Definition of conscisco
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Orthography ID = 1002783
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LEM
cōnscīscō, cōnscīscere, cōnscīvī, cōnscītus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to approve of, decree, determine, resolve upon [public acts]
  2. to adjudge, appropriate
Abbreviations
cōn-scīscō scīvī (-scīsse, L.; -scīsset, C.), scītus, īre.

—Of public acts, to approve of, decree, determine, resolve upon: Senatus censuit, conscivit ut bellum fieret, L. (old formula): bellum, L.: facinus in se foedum, L.

—To adjudge, appropriate: mortem sibi, to commit suicide: necem sibi: exsilium nobis, L.: mortem (sc. sibi), L.: mors ab ipsis conscita, L.: consciscenda mors voluntaria.
 
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