abacino

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Possibly formed from ab + bacīnum (basin) or bacīnus, from baccus (container, vessel).

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present active abacinō, present infinitive abacināre, perfect active abacināvī, supine abacinātum

  1. I make blind, blind, remove the power of sight, especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin.
    • 1741, Ludovico Antonio Muratori, Antiquitates italicæ medii ævi, Volume 4, page 985
      Filios Tancredi abacinavit; filias vero liberas dimiſit.

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