perambulo

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From per (through, along; during) + ambulō (walk; traverse).

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present active perambulō, present infinitive perambulāre, perfect active perambulāvī, supine perambulātum

  1. I go through; roam, tour, traverse, perambulate.
  2. I visit in succession (especially of a physician).

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perambulo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of perambular