Definition of ferio
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Orthography ID = 1006198
1.
LEM
feriō, ferīre, -, -
2 FER-
verb (4th conjugation)
  1. to strike, smite, beat, knock, cut, thrust, hit
  2. to kill by striking, give a death-blow, slay, kill
  3. to slaughter, offer, sacrifice
  4. with foedus, to make a compact, covenant, enter into a treaty (because a sacrifice was offered to confirm a covenant)
  5. [figuratively] to strike, reach, affect, impress
  6. to cozen, cheat, gull, trick (colloq.)
Abbreviations
feriō -, -, īre 2 FER-, to strike, smite, beat, knock, cut, thrust, hit: velut si re verā feriant, H.: cornu ferit ille, butts, V.: alqm: parietem: murum arietibus, batter, S.: calce feritur aselli, O.: mare, V.: frontem, beat the brow, i. e. be provoked: Sublimi sidera vertice, hit, touch, H.: his spectris etiam si oculi possent feriri, etc.: feriuntque summos Fulmina montes, H.. tabulae laterum feriuntur ab undis, O.: Sole radiis feriente cacumina, O.: ferit aethera clamor, V.

—To kill by striking, give a death-blow, slay, kill: hostem: (eum) securi, behead: telo orantem multa, V.: te (maritum), H.: leonem, S{*} Frigore te, i. e. cut you dead, H.

—To slaughter, offer, sacrifice: agnam, H.: porcum, L. (old form.).

—With foedus, to make a compact, covenant, enter into a treaty (because a sacrifice was offered to confirm a covenant): is, quicum foedus feriri in Capitolio viderat: amorum turpissimorum foedera ferire, form illicit connections: lungit opes foedusque ferit, V.

—Fig., to strike, reach, affect, impress: multa in vitā, quae fortuna feriat: verba palato, coin, H.: binis aut ternis ferire verbis, make a hit.

—To cozen, cheat, gull, trick (colloq.): Geta Ferietur alio munere, T.
 
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