Lewis & Short

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inter-do, dăre.

  1. I. To give an interval, to give at intervals: nec mora nec requies interdatur ulla fluendi, Lucr. 4, 227.
    1. B. To distribute: cibus interdatus (through the body), Lucr. 4, 868 (by Lachm. written as two words, inter datus).
  2. II. (In the archaic form interduo, duim.) To give for a thing (in Plaut.): nihil interduo, I care nothing about it, it is of no con sequence to me, Plaut. Capt. 3, 5, 36; cf.: floccum non interduim, id. Trin. 4, 2, 152.