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  1. first-person plural imperfect active indicative of iaceō
    1. "we were lying prostrate, we were lying down; we were reclining"
    2. "we were lying ill, we were sick"
    3. "we were lingering, we were tarrying"
    4. "we were placed or situated, we were lying"
    5. "we were low, flat or level"
    6. "we were lying still"
    7. "we were lying dead"
    8. "we were lying in ruins"
    9. "we were hanging down loose"
    10. (of the face or eyes) "we were fixed on the ground, we were cast down"
    11. "we were indolent, idle or inactive"
    12. "we were lying dormant or abandoned, we were of no avail"
    13. "we were lying overthrown; we were refuted; we were despised"
    14. (of speech or language) "we were languid, dull or lifeless"