mereo

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From Proto-Indo-European *(s)mer (to assign, allot), see also Ancient Greek μέρος (meros, a part, lot, fate, destiny) and Hittite mark (to divide a sacrifice).

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present active mereō, present infinitive merēre, perfect active meruī, supine meritum

  1. I earn, deserve, merit, obtain.
  2. I earn a living.

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