Definition of crimen
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1.
LEM
crīmen, crīminis
2 CER-
noun (n., 3rd declension)
  1. a judgment, charge, accusation, reproach
  2. a crime, fault, offence
Abbreviations
crīmen inis, n 2 CER-, a judgment, charge, accusation, reproach: crimini credidisse, T.: fidem criminibus facere, L.: respondere criminibus: falsis criminibus circumventus, calumnies, S.: fictum, O.: cui crimina noxia cordi, scandals, V.: sermones pleni criminum in Patres, slanders, L.: sceleris maximi: ubi est crimen quod reprehenditis? i. e. the point of the accusation: crimine verso Arguit, etc., throwing back the charge, O.: sciebas tibi crimini datum iri? would be made a reproach?: Non tibi crimen ero, O.: Crimen, amor, vestrum, a reproach, Love, to you (i. e. to Cupido and Venus), V.: crimen inferre, offerre: in quos crimen intendebatur, L.: esse in crimine, to stand charged with: Cum tanto commune viro, shared, O.: sine crimine, blameless, H.: posteritatis, the reproach, O.: quae te mihi crimina mutant? slanders, Pr.

— A crime, fault, offence: meum, L.: crimine ab uno Disce omnīs, V.: cui frigida mens est Criminibus, numbed by, Iu.: sere crimina belli, provocations, V.: malorum, the source, V.

—Plur. for sing: video tuum, mea crimina, volnus, O.: impressā signat sua crimina gemmā, the recital of, O.
 
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