Definition of demitto
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Orthography ID = 1004518
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LEM
demittō, demittere, demīsī, demissus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to send down, let down, drop, lower, put down, let fall, sink
  2. to cast down, cast, throw, thrust, plunge, drive
  3. [of troops] to send down, lead down
  4. [with se] to descend, march down
  5. [figuratively] to cast down, depress, let sink, let fall
  6. [p. pass. poet] derived, sprung, descended
Abbreviations
de-mittō mīsī, missus, ere, to send down, let down, drop, lower, put down, let fall, sink: lacrimas, shed, V.: ubera, let down, V.: ancilia caelo demissa, L.: latum clavum pectore, H.: Maiā genitum demittit ab alto, V.: ab aethere currum, O.: aurīs, H.: crinem, O.: tunicam, H.: se ad aurem alicuius, bend: se ob assem, stoop, H.: vallis, quā se demittere rivi Adsuerant, O.: (matres) de muris per manūs demissae, letting themselves down, Cs.: de caelo demissus, i. e. of heavenly origin, L.: tum demissi populo fasces, lowered.

— To cast down, cast, throw, thrust, plunge, drive: Demissa tempestas ab Euro, H.: per pectora tela, O.: equum in flumen: in eum locum demissus, S.: Manīs deam ad imos, V.: hostem in ovilia, H.: ferrum in ilia, O.: sublicas in terram, Cs.: huc stipites, Cs.: nummum in loculos, to put, H.: fessas navīs, i. e. from the high seas, V.: navem secundo amni Scodram, L.: puteum alte in solido, sink, V.: corpora Stygiae nocti, O.: aliquem Orco, V.: ferrum lacubus, O.

—Of troops, to send down, lead down: in loca plana agmen, L.: in inferiorem campum equites, L.

—With se, to descend, march down: cum se pars agminis in convallem demisisset, Cs.: in aequum locum sese, Cs.

—Fig., to cast down, depress, let sink, let fall: quā se (incipit) molli iugum demittere clivo, V.: demissis in terram oculis, L.: voltum metu, O.: animos: mentes, V.: ne se admodum animo demitterent, Cs.: hoc in pectus tuum demitte, impress, S.: voces in pectora, L.: dicta in aurīs, V.: Segnius inritant animos demissa per aurem (i. e. in animum), received, H.: me penitus in causam, to engage in: me in res turbulentissimas, to meddle with: eo rem demittit, si, etc., concedes so much.

— P. pass., derived, sprung, descended (poet.): ab alto Demissum genus Aeneā, H.: ab Iove gens, V.: Iulius, a magno demissum nomen Iulo, V.
 
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