colligo

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Etymology 1[edit]

con- +‎ legō (bring together, gather, collect)

Verb[edit]

present active colligō, present infinitive colligere, perfect active collēgī, supine collēctum

  1. I gather, draw, bring or collect (together), assemble, pick up; contract, draw up, compress, concentrate; harvest.
  2. I make thick, thicken; bind or mass together.
  3. I get, gain, acquire, produce, collect.
  4. I think upon, weigh, consider; deduce, conclude, infer, gather.
  5. (in a reflexive sense) I collect or compose myself, recover my courage or resolution.
  6. (of a number, chiefly a distance) I amount or come to, extend; am reckoned (in a passive sense).
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  • Note: Perfect terms are sometimes of the form collex.. rather than colleg...
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Etymology 2[edit]

con- +‎ ligō (tie, bind, fasten)

Verb[edit]

present active colligō, present infinitive colligāre, perfect active colligāvī, supine colligātum

  1. I bind, tie or fasten together or up, connect; bandage.
  2. (figuratively) I unite, combine, connect.
  3. (figuratively, in the sense of preventing free motion) I restrain, check, stop, hinder.
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References[edit]

  • colligo in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879