alligo

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From ad (to, towards, at) + ligō (tie, bind up or together; bandage).

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present active alligō, present infinitive alligāre, perfect active alligāvī, supine alligātum

  1. I bind to, up or around something, tie, fetter, fasten; bandage.
  2. I hold fast, hinder, detain.
  3. (in a moral sense) I oblige, lay under obligation.

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