Definition of battuo, battuo
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Orthography ID = 2006297
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LNS
battuō, battuere, battuī, -
bāttuō, bāttuere, bāttuī, -
cf. Engl. beat, bat; Fr. battre; Ital. battere
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to strike, beat, hit
Abbreviations
battuo (bāt-), ui, ere, v. a. and n. cf. Engl. beat, bat; Fr. battre; Ital. battere, to strike, beat, hit (very rare): battuit κατακόπτει, Gloss.; Naev. ap. Fulg. 562, 33; * Plaut. Cas. 2, 8, 60.

—Of bruising in a mortar, Marc. Emp. Medic. c. 36.

—Of pounding flesh before cooking it, Apic. 4, 2, 108; cf. Plin. 31, 9, 45, § 104.

— Neutr., of fencing (like the Germ. schlagen): battuebat pugnatoriis armis, he fenced with sharp weapons (not with the foil), Suet. Calig. 54; 32.

—In mal. part., Cic. Fam. 9, 22, 4.
 
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