v. i.1.To yield or give up; to depart.
I dare not discede from my copy a tittle.
- Fuller.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(22.) "discede," inquit "miselle, quam procul a meo foculo, discede.
At the turn of the century when Royal College may have again been contemplating 'discede' after 4 years of continuous defeats, Trinity graciously allowed the latter also to win for 4 years.
Una inscripcion de la epoca imperial, escrita con mucho sentido del humor, pedia a los caminantes no pasar por este campo: Hospes, adhuc tumuli ni meias, ossa prec[antur]/nam, si vis (h)uic gratiar esse, caca./Urticae monumenta vides, discede, cacator./Non est hic tutum culu(m) apetite tibi (CIL IV, 8899).