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intercido

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intercido

  1. first-person singular present indicative of intercidere

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Etymology 1Edit

From inter + cadō (fall).

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present active intercidō, present infinitive intercidere, perfect active intercidī ([[no passive]])

  1. I fall between.
  2. I occur meanwhile, happen.
  3. I am lost or forgotten, fall to the ground, perish, go to ruin.
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Etymology 2Edit

From inter + caedō (cut; strike).

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VerbEdit

present active intercīdō, present infinitive intercīdere, perfect active intercīdī, supine intercīsum

  1. I cut or hew up, through, asunder or to pieces; thin out by cutting.
  2. I part, pierce, divide, sever, cut up, mangle, mutilate, destroy.
  3. (of accounts) I mutilate, tamper with, falsify.
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ReferencesEdit

  • intercido in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879