consulo

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

com + Latin root *selere (take, gather (the Senate) together), from Proto-Indo-European *sal (to seize, take)

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

present active cōnsulō, present infinitive cōnsulere, perfect active cōnsuluī, supine cōnsultum

  1. I consult, reflect, take counsel.
  2. I meet, consider, deliberate

Usage notes[edit]

When followed by the accusative, it means 'I consult'. When followed by the dative, it means 'I provide for, take care of'.

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