sagio

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Etymology[edit]

From the same root as "sagax" ("acute, sharp"), from Proto-Indo-European *sāg- ("to mark, to track").

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present active sāgiō, present infinitive sāgīre, perfect active sāgīvī, supine sāgītum

  1. I perceive quickly or keenly with the senses.
  2. I perceive acutely with the intellect.

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