governare

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From Latin gubernāre, present active infinitive of gubernō, from Ancient Greek κυβερνάω (kubernáō).

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governare

  1. to govern, to rule, to control, to manage
  2. (of animals) to feed, to groom, to look after

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Verb[edit]

governare

  1. to govern

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