subiecta
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
P PASS | P
subicio   to throw under, place under, cast below
2 S PRES
subjecto V  throw up from below; apply below;
ABL S F | NOM S F | VOC S F | ACC P N | NOM P N | VOC P N
subjectus ADJ  lying near, adjacent;
subjicio   throw under, place under; make subject; expose;
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: subiectus|subjectum ADJ
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
subicio, iēcī, iectum, ere (sub u. iacio), I) unter od. unten an etw. werfen, -legen, -setzen, -stellen, - fügen, -bringen, A) eig.: 1) im allg.: ignem, Cic.: ova gallinis, Plin.: epistulam sub pulvinum, Nep.: alqd oculis, Liv., od. sub aspectum, Cornif. rhet., (show full text)
subiectus,¹ a, um, PAdi. (v. subicio), I) unter-, an-, bei etw. liegend, angrenzend, hic alter (circulus terrae) subiectus aquiloni, Cic.: subiecti Orientis orae Serae, Hor. – campus viae subiectus, Liv.: subiectis campis, auf den naheliegenden Feldern, Tac.: Italiam ostentat subiectosque Alpinis montibus Circumpadanos campos, (show full text)
subiectus,² Abl. ū, m. (subicio), das Unterlegen, Daranlegen, Plin. 26, 154.
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
subicio sūbĭcĭo (less correctly subjĭcĭo; post-Aug. sometimes sŭb-), jēci, jectum, 3, v. a. sub-jacio. Lit., to throw, lay, place, or bring under or near (cf. subdo); in all senses construed with acc. and dat., or with acc. and sub and acc.; not with sub and abl. (v. (show full text)
subiectus, subjectus, a, um, Part. and P. a., from subicio.
subiectus,² subjectus, ūs, m. subicio, a laying under (post-Aug. and very rare), Plin. 26, 15, 90, § 154.
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
subicio sŭbĭcĭō, ĕre, v. subjicio.
subiectus sŭbiĕctus, c. subjectus Sen. Phædra 287.
subjecto subjectō, āre (subjicio), tr., 1 mettre sous, approcher : Ov. M. 4, 359 || alicui stimulos Hor. S. 2, 7, 94, donner de l'aiguillon à qqn 2 jeter en haut, soulever : Lucr. 6, 700 ; Virg. G. 3, 241. (show full text)
subjectum subjectum, ī, n. (subjicio), sujet : Capel. 4, 361.
subjectus,¹ 1 subjectus, a, um, 1 part. de subjicio 2 adjt, a) voisin, proche, limitrophe, alicui rei, de qqch. : Cic. Rep. 6, 20 ; Cæs. C. 3, 37, 3 ; 3, 79, 3 ; Liv. 2, 38, 2 ; b) subjecta, n. pl., (show full text)
subjectus,² 2 subjectus, abl. ū, m., application [d'un topique] : Plin. 26, 154.
subjicio subjĭcĭō, jēcī, jectum, ĕre (sub et jacto), tr. I jeter ou mettre sous, 1 placer dessous : Cæs. G. 1, 26, 3 ; C. 3, 40, 2 ; Cic. Verr. 2, 1, 69 ; 4, 95 || placer sous : cervices suas securi (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
subicio subicio v. l. = subjicio.
subjecto subjecto, —, —, are [intens. к subjicio] 1) класть вниз, подкладывать (manus O): stimulos alicui s. H подгонять (подстрекать) кого-л.; 2) бросать вверх, подбрасывать (arenam alte V).
subjectum subjectum, i n [subjectus I, 2] (sc. verbum) грам. подлежащее, субъект.
subjicio subjicio, jeci, jectum, ere [sub + jacio] 1) бросать, ставить, класть под, подкладывать, подставлять (aliquid alicui rei, реже sub aliquid): s. epistulam pulvino QC (sub pulvinum Nep) положить письмо под подушку; ignem alicui rei s. C, O, bAfr развести огонь под чём-л., поджечь что-л.; s. (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
SUBJECTO, (SUBJECTARE) Dominium alicujus agnoscere, subjectionem profiteri. Charta ann. circ. 1288. in Access. ad Hist. Cassin. part. 1. pag. 381. col. 1: Venientes extranei ad habitandum in castro et villis Pedemontis, constituuntur et constitui debent sub dominio Cassinensis abbatis, et non possunt Subjectare dominium singularis personae vel ecclesiae. Sougiter, (show full text)
SUBJECTUS, Obtemperatio, Gall. Obeissance. Offensionum condonatio rebellibus Carcassonae incolis a Rege Carolo indulta ann. 1383. apud Marten. tom. 1. Anecd. col. 1591: Asserentes velle et optare deinceps persistere in nostra et nostrorum vera obedientia et Subjectu.