perrogo

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From per (through, along; during) + rogō (ask; request).

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present active perrogō, present infinitive perrogāre, perfect active perrogāvī, supine perrogātum

  1. I ask in succession, one after another, or in turn.
  2. (law) I carry through a law, pass a law.

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