Thomas Cooper
Thesaurus Linguae Romanae et Britannicae


Abdo, abdis, ábdidi, ábditum, pen. cor. ábdere.

To hide: to keepe close. Abdere & Contegere. Cic. Abdere se in aliquem locum. Ci. Sese in proximas syluas abdiderunt. Cæsar. They hid them selues in the neet woods. Abdere se in occultum. Cæsar. To hide ones selfe in some priuie place. Abdere aliquid intra vestem, vel sub rerram. Liu. Cíc. Vnder his gatment. Abdere se rus vel domum. Terent. To hide him selfe in his house in the countrey: or at home. Abdere se in rectis. Liu. In his house. Sub veste abditum habeat cultrum Liu. Interdum subauditur IN præpofitio. Virg. Abde domo pro In domo. Nam si aduerbialiter vellet loqui, domi diceret. Ex conspectu heri sui se abdere. Plaut. Be hin him selfe out of his maisters sight. Abdere se literis, & in literas. Cic. To liue vnknowen in continuall studie, and neuer come abroad. Abdere aliquem in insulam aliquam. Tacit. To banish one into an Iland. Abdere stultitiam. Plaut. Abdiderat sese. i. abscondiderat. Abdor, Pafsiuum. Plin. Abduntur tricenis diebus.