catechizo

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Borrowing from Ancient Greek κατηχίζω (katēkhízō, I instruct orally), from κατηχέω (katēkhéō, I resound, instruct orally), from κατά (katá, down) + ἠχή (ēkhḗ, sound, noise).

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present active catēchīzō, present infinitive catēchīzāre, perfect active catēchīzāvī, supine catēchīzātum

  1. I instruct in religion; I catechize

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