From incubō ; cf. also accumbō, succumbō, concumbō.
incumbō (present infinitive incumbere, perfect active incumbuī); third conjugation, no passive
- I lay oneself upon; I lean or recline on something.
- I press down on, fall upon (e.g. one's sword)
- Ferro incumbere.
- Gladio incumbere.
- In gladium incumbere.
- To fall on his sword.
- Constructed with in ("in"), ad ("to", "towards", "on"), super ("upon") or the dative, also with the accusative.
- Incumbere in parietem.
- To lean on a wall.
- First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of incumbir.