Definition of conligo, colligo
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Orthography ID = 1003445
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LEM
conligō, conligere, conlegī, conlectus
colligō, colligere, collegī, collectus
2 lego
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to gather, collect, assemble, bring together
  2. to contract, draw up, compress, collect, concentrate
  3. to gather, repair
  4. [figuratively] to gather, collect, acquire, incur
  5. to collect, compose, recover
  6. [in thought] to gather, collect, consider, deduce, infer
Abbreviations
conligō or colligō lēgī, lēctus, ere com+ 2 lego.

—Of things, to gather, collect, assemble, bring together: stipulam, T.: radices palmarum: limum ovo, i. e. clear the wine, H.: horto olus, O.: de vitibus uvas, O.: fructūs, H.: sarmenta virgultaque, Cs.: serpentīs, N.: viatica, H.: conlectae ex alto nubes, heaped together, V.: sparsos per colla capillos in nodum, O.: nodo sinūs conlecta fluentēs, V.: pulverem Olympicum, i. e. to cover himself with, H.: equos, to check, O.: sarcinas conligere, to put in order (before battle), S.: vasa, to pack up (for a march): vasa silentio, L.: arma, to take up the oars, V.

—Of persons. to collect, assemble, bring together: exercitus conlectus ex senibus desperatis: milites: reliquos e fugā, N.: conlectā iuvenum manu, L.

—To contract, draw up, compress, collect, concentrate: in spiram tractu se conligit anguis, V.: orbem, L.: apicem conlectus in unum, O.: se in arma, concealed, V.

—To gather, repair: in quo (rei p. naufragio) conligendo: naufragia fortunae.

—Fig., to gather, collect, acquire, incur: iram, H.: rumorum ventos: haec ut conligeres, declamasti, compose: vestigia Pythagoreorum: repente auctoritatem, Cs.: famam clementiae, L.: invidiam crudelitatis ex eo: sitim, V.: frigus, H.: agendo vires ad agendum, L.

—To collect, compose, recover: se: sui conligendi facultas, rallying, Cs.: se ex timore, Cs.: animos, L.: priusquam conligerentur animi, L.: mentem, O.: ubi conlectum robur (tauri), V.

— In thought, to gather, collect, consider, deduce, infer: paucitatem inde hostium, L.: haec pueris esse grata: sic conlige mecum, H.: qualis in illā decor fuerit, O.: Nereida sua damna mittere, O.: ex quo ducenti anni conliguntur, are reckoned, Ta.
 
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