Definition of exsanio, exanio
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Orthography ID = 2021139
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LNS
exsaniō, exsaniāre, -, -
exaniō, exaniāre, -, -
sanies
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to free from matter or corruption, to cause to suppurate, to cleanse, dress
Abbreviations
ex-sanio (exan-), āre, v. a. sanies, to free from matter or corruption, to cause to suppurate, to cleanse, dress a wound, etc. (post-Aug.). Lit.: vulnus (sal aridus), Cels. 5, 27.

—Transf.: pressam bacam, to press out the juice, Col. 12, 47, 10: sinapi, id. 12, 57, 2: salsuram carnis, id. 12, 55, 2: veterani, quamvis confossi, patienter et sine gemitu velut aliena corpora exsaniari patiuntur, Sen. Cons. ad Helv. 3, 1.

— Trop.: amaritudinem et pallorem, i. e. to extract, remove, Col. 12, 55.
 
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