com - mittō (conm-)


com - mittō (conm-)
   com - mittō (conm-) mīsī, missus, ere.    I. To bring together, join, combine, put together, connect, unite: commissis operibus, L.: fidibusque commissa Moenia, O.: domus plumbo commissa, patched, In.: commissa inter se munimenta, L.: viam a Placentiā Flaminiae, L.: quā naris fronti committitur, is joined, O.: manum Teucris, to attack, V.: commissa in unum crura, O. — To bring together in fight, match, set together, set on: Aenean Rutulumque, make them fight, i. e. describe their contest, Iu.: eunucho Bromium, Iu.—To join, commit, enter on, fight, engage in, begin: proelii committendi signum dare, Cs.: proelium statim, N.: pugnam caestu, V.: ut proelium committi posset, S.: commisso proelio, when the fighting began, Cs.: cum equitatu proelium, Cs.: rixae committendae causā, L. — Of contests in the games: nondum commisso spectaculo, L.: quo die ludi committebantur: ludos, V.—Of a criminal trial: iudicium inter sicarios hoc primum committitur.—To fight, carry on, wage: pugnam navalem: proelia per quatriduum, L. —    II. To deliver, intrust, consign, place, commit, yield, resign, trust, expose, abandon: me tuae fide (dat.), T.: suos alcui liberos, T.: honor creditus ac commissus: alcui calceandos pedes, Ph.: quibus tota commissa est res p.: quia commissi sunt eis magistratūs: imperium alicui, N.: caput tonsori, H.: sulcis semina, V.: verba tabellis, O.: se theatro: se pugnae, L.: pelago ratem, H.: se mortis periculo: se civilibus fluctibus, N.: tergum meum Tuam in fidem, T.: se in id conclave: rem in casum, L.: cum senatus ei commiserit, ut videret, ne, etc.: de existimatione suā alcui: ei commisi et credidi, T.: universo populo neque ipse committit neque, etc.: venti, quibus necessario committendum existimabat, Cs.— Prov.: ovem lupo commisti, T. — To practise, commit, perpetrate, do, be guilty of: qui nihil commiserint: quod mox mutare laboret, H.: facinus: delictum, Cs.: nil nefandum, O.: nefarias res: fraudem, H.: multa in deos impie: quidquid contra leges: aliquid adversus populum, L.: quasi committeret contra legem, offend: cum veri simile erit aliquem commississe.—With ut (rarely cur or quā re), to be in fault, give occasion, be guilty, incur (usu. with neg.): non committet hodie iterum ut vapulet, T.: civem committere, ut morte multandus sit, incur: committendum non putabat, ut dici posset, etc., that he ought not to incur the reproach, etc., Cs.: negare se commissurum, cur sibi quisquam imperium finiret, L.: neque commissum a se, quā re timeret, Cs.—Poet., with inf: infelix committit saepe repelli, incurs repulse, O. — To incur, become liable to: multam: devotionem capitis, incurred.—Hence, commissus, forfeited, confiscated (as a penalty): hereditas Veneri Erycinae commissa: civitas obligata sponsione commissā, a broken covenant, L.

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