Discide \Dis*cide"\, v. t. [L. discidere; dis- + caedere to cut.] To divide; to cleave in two. [Obs.] --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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  • discide — /di sīdˈ/ (obsolete; Spenser, etc) transitive verb To cut asunder, to divide ORIGIN: L dis asunder, and caedere to cut …   Useful english dictionary

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