Definition of traicio, traiicio, transicio
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Orthography ID = 1016571
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LEM
trāiciō, trāicere, trāiēcī, trāiectus
trāiiciō, trāiicere, trāiiēcī, trāiiectus
trānsiciō, trānsicere, trānsiēcī, trānsiectus
verb (3rd IO conjugation)
  1. to throw across, cause to cross, cause to go across, put over, transfer, throw over, shoot across
  2. [of military or naval forces] to cause to cross, transport, ship across, lead over, ship over, transfer
  3. to pass through, make a way through, break through
  4. to strike through, stab through, pierce, penetrate, transfix, transpierce
  5. to cross, pass, go over, cross over
  6. [figuratively] to transfer, cause to pass
Abbreviations
trāiciō (trāiic-) and trānsiciō (trānsiic-), iēcī, iectus, ere trans + iacio, to throw across, cause to cross, cause to go across, put over, transfer, throw over, shoot across: neque ullum interim telum traiciebatur, Cs.: quae Concava traiecto cumba rudente vehat (te), O.: adreptum vexillum trans vallum hostium traiecit, L.: volucrem traiecto in fune columbam suspendit, V.: per ardentīs acervos celeri membra pede, O.

—Of military or naval forces, to cause to cross, transport, ship across, lead over, ship over, transfer: equitatum, Cs.: omnibus ferme suis trans Rhodanum traiectis, L.: classem in Italiam, L.: eodem magnam partem fortunarum, N.: ut praedatum milites trans flumen per occasiones aliis atque aliis locis traicerent, L.: classis Punica in Sardiniam traiecta, L.: equitum magnam partem flumen traiecit, Cs.: si se Alpīs Antonius traiecerit: quos in Africam secum traiceret, L.: ad Achillam sese ex regiā, Cs.

—To pass through, make a way through, break through: pars equitum mediam traiecit aciem, L.

—To strike through, stab through, pierce, penetrate, transfix, transpierce: unum ex multitudine, Cs.: scorpione ab latere dextro traiectus, Cs.: cuspide serpentem, O.: ferro pectus, L.: cava tempora ferro, V.: terga sagitta, O.

—To cross, pass, go over, cross over: ad Aethaliam insulam, L.: in Africam, L.: Samum, L.: Hiberos veteres traiecisse, Ta.: murum iaculo: traiecto amni, L.: ratibus Trebiam, L.: utribus amnem, Cu.: medium aetherio cursu axem, V.: postquam cernant Rhodanum traiectum, L.

—Fig., to transfer, cause to pass: ex illius invidiā aliquid in te traicere: arbitrium litis in omnes, O.: in cor Traiecto lateris capitisve dolore, having thrown itself, H.

—To overstep: fati litora, Pr.

—In rhet., to transpose: verba.
 
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