deicio

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Etymology[edit]

From (from, down from, away from) + iaciō (throw, hurl).

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present active dēiciō, present infinitive dēicere, perfect active dēiēcī, supine dēiectum

  1. I throw, cast, or hurl down; precipitate.
  2. I drive out, dislodge.
  3. I kill, slay.
  4. I lower, hang down, depress.
  5. I deprive, rob (of).

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