iaceamus

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Verb[edit]

iaceāmus

  1. first-person plural present active subjunctive of iaceō
    1. "may we lie prostrate, may we lie down; may we recline"
    2. "may we lie ill, may we be sick"
    3. "may we linger, may we tarry"
    4. "may we be placed or situated, may we lie"
    5. "may we be low, flat or level"
    6. "may we lie still"
    7. "may we lie dead"
    8. "may we lie in ruins"
    9. "may we hang down loose"
    10. (of the face or eyes) "may we be fixed on the ground, may we be cast down"
    11. "may we be indolent, idle or inactive"
    12. "may we lie dormant or abandoned, may we be of no avail"
    13. "may we lie overthrown; may we be refuted; may we be despised"
    14. (of speech or language) "may we be languid, dull or lifeless"