caedere

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3 It may be possible that CS is a pleonasm--comprising both secare and caedere (to cut).
To decide (from the word caedere, "to cut") means, in fact, to truncate the regression to the infinite, to which is condemned every attempt to build the application of the rule in question upon the structure of a further rule.
38) This is in accordance with Petronius' antagonistic language to describe sex: pugnare, extorquere, caedere, invadere, miles, arma, iniuria, praeda .