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