sublego

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Etymology[edit]

From sub (under, beneath; behind) + legō (gather, choose).

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present active sublegō, present infinitive sublegere, perfect active sublēgī, supine sublēctum

  1. I gather or pick up or from below, gather or search for underneath.
  2. I take away secretly or by stealth; listen to secretly.
  3. I choose or elect in the place of another, appoint, substitute.

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