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of "to consecrate, dedicate "mood, or a clause, as Subject: something not liquid] (“That vv. 315, 316. which is consecrated or dedic- li-men, minis, n. [for lig. ated”; hence, “a consecrated men; fr. lig-o,“ to tie or cake; a cake offered to the fasten") ("That which ties gods”; hence) A cake in or fastens”; hence, “tho general; a biscuit ; a pan connecting timber-above or cake.
below-of a doorway"; hence) Līby-cus, ca, cum, adj. 1. A threshold.—2. Sing. and [Liby-a; “Libya"] Of, or Plur. : A door, entrance.-3. belonging to, Libya; Libyan ; A dwelling, abode.-N.B. The
-the Libyan Sea, mentioned construction of the passage at v. 718, is that part of the omnis in limine portus (v. 598) Mediterranean which lies off is a matter of dispute, and, by the S. coast of Egypt, and is consequence, its rendering has put for the Mediterranean in been variously given. Some general.
hold that est is to be suplịcen-ter, adv. [for licent-ter; plied as the verb of the clause, fr. licens, lịcent-is, “acting and that portus is its subject; according to one's own will"] and, further, that in limine (“ After the manner of the (“in the threshold") means lăcens”; hence) 1. Pos. : ' close at hand." Thérender. Freely, unrestrainedly. -2. ing will thus be “a haven is Comp. as a modified Sup. altogether close at hand”: Too freely, too unrestrainedly, i.e. “ perfect security will with too much freedom. soon be mine." Others conComp. lịcent-ịus : (no Sup.). sider that portus is a Gen.
lịcentius, comp. adv.; see dependent on limine; and licenter.
that omnis is in grammatical lịc-ěo, ủi, itum, ēre, 2. v. n.: concord with ego involved in To be allowed or permitted ; sum, which they regard as to be allowable.--Rarely found being required. Here the in any other forms than the rendering will be “I am 3rd person sing. with imper- wholly (or altogether) at the sonal construction (e.g. licet, entrance (see meaning in No. lịcăit or līcītum est, etc., 2 of the article above) of the lựcēbit, etc. : it is, etc., allowed, haven”; i.e. I am quite close permitted, or allowable ; it to the haven of security (see is, etc., lawful), and the Inf. portus in Vocabulary). While,