Definition of deminuo
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Orthography ID = 1004202
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LEM
dēminuō, dēminuere, dēminuī, dēminūtus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to make smaller, lessen, diminish
  2. [figuratively] to take away, abate, lessen, reduce, remit, impair
  3. with capite, to deprive of citizenship
Abbreviations
dē-minuō uī, ūtus, ere, to make smaller, lessen, diminish: deminutae copiae, Cs.: militum vires inopia frumenti deminuerat, Cs.: de bonis, i. e. to alienate in part: praedia.

— Fig., to take away, abate, lessen, reduce, remit, impair: de huius praesidiis: ne quid de legibus eorum, Cs.: de suā in Aeduos benevolentiā, Cs.: quicquam ex regiā potestate, L.: alicui timor studia deminuit, Cs.: partem aliquam iuris: nihil eius (maiestatis), L.: imperium populi R.

—With capite, to deprive of citizenship: mulier, quae se capite numquam deminuit, i. e. by marriage: deminuti capite, enslaved, L.
 
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