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iūdĭcor
transitive and intransitive verb I conjugation

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1 passive form of [iudico]
2 to judge, to give judgement
3 to sentence
4 to conclude, to decide
5 to declare, to appraise

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voluptate aurium iudicatur (oratio) || qua ratione verum falsumne sit iudicetur || cepit pecunias ob rem iudicandam ut … || habeo regulam, qua vera et falsa iudicentur || antea vel iudicari primo poterat vel amplius pronuntiari || ea quae proficiscuntur a virtute susceptione prima, non perfectione recta sunt iudicanda || accusata iniecisse carminibus et veneficiis vecordiam marito, insons iudicatur = accused of having caused the insanity of the husband through sorcery and potions, was declared innocent


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