Definition of deicio, deiicio
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Orthography ID = 1004124
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LEM
dēiciō, dēicere, dēiēcī, dēiectus
dēiiciō, dēiicere, dēiiēcī, dēiiectus
verb (3rd IO conjugation)
  1. to throw down, hurl down, precipitate, prostrate, raze, fell, cut down, tear down, destroy
  2. [libellos] to tear down
  3. to drive out, dislodge, expel
  4. to drive out, turn out of possession, eject, dispossess
  5. to lay low, strike down, kill, slay, slaughter
  6. to lower, let fall, depress
Abbreviations
dēiciō or dēiiciō iēcī, iectus, ere de + iacio, to throw down, hurl down, precipitate, prostrate, raze, fell, cut down, tear down, destroy: alqm de ponte in Tiberim: alqm de saxo (Tarpeio), L.: a cervicibus iugum: se de muro, leap, Cs.: saxi deiectae vertice caprae, V.: se per munitiones, leap over, Cs.: venti a montibus se deiciunt, L.: volnerato equo deiectus, Cs.: statuas veterum hominum: naves deiciendi operis missae, to destroy, Cs.: monumenta regis, H.: muros, L.: ut omnes Hermae deicerentur, N.: deiectā turri, Cs.: caput uno ictu, V.

— libellos, to tear down: sortīs, to cast, Cs.: deiectis lacrimis, shed, Pr.

—Poet., with dat: Gyan leto, V.

—Prov.: de gradu deici (orig. of a gladiator), to be thrown off one's balance, i. e. lose one's head.

—To drive out, dislodge, expel: nostri deiecti sunt loco, Cs.: praesidium ex saltu, Cs.: Gallorum agmen ex rupe Tarpeiā, L.: praesidium Claternā.

—To drive out, turn out of possession, eject, dispossess: unde sis deiectus: ex eo loco.

— Pass: deici, to be driven out of one's course: naves ad inferiorem partem insulae, Cs.: classis tempestate vexata ad Belearīs insulas deicitur, L.

— To lay low, strike down, kill, slay, slaughter: paucis deiectis, Cs.: quem telo primum Deicis? V.: (viperam) Deice, crush, V.: super iuvencum stabat deiectum leo, Ph.

—To lower, let fall, depress: in pectora mentum, O.

—Fig., to cast down: oculos: voltum, V.: deiectus oculos, with downcast eyes, V.: Deiecto in humum voltu, O.

—To remove, avert, divert, turn away, repel: hunc metum Siciliae damnatione istius: oculos a re p.: quantum mali de humanā condicione: vitia a se ratione: eum de sententiā.

—To prevent from obtaining, deprive, rob of: de possessione imperi vos, L.: principatu, Cs.: eā spe, Cs.: deiecta coniuge tanto, V.: uxore deiectā (sc. coniugio), Ta.: hoc deiecto, after his fall, N.

—In elections, to defeat, disappoint, prevent the choice of: me aedilitate: eiusdem pecuniā de honore deici: civis optimus praeturā deiectus: deiectis honore per coitionem, L.
 
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