Definition of derigo, derego, dirigo
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Orthography ID = 1004312
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LEM
dērigō, dērigere, dērēxī, dērēctus
dēregō, dēregere, dērēxī, dērēctus
dīrigō, dīrigere, dīrēxī, dīrēctus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to lay straight, set straight, arrange, lay out
  2. to draw up, form (a line of battle)
  3. to direct, send, aim, drive, steer
  4. [of weapons] to aim, direct, discharge
  5. [figuratively] to direct, guide, define, limit, regulate
Abbreviations
dērigō or dēregō or dīrigō rēxī, rēctus, ere de + rego, to lay straight, set straight, arrange, lay out: haec directa materiā iniecta consternebantur, Cs.: cratīs, Cs.: derexerat finem Philippo veterem viam regiam, L.: opera, Cs.: vicos, L.

— To draw up, form (a line of battle): aciem, Cs.: Derexere acies, V.

—To direct, send, aim, drive, steer: ab iisdem (Etesiis) cursūs (navium) deriguntur: iter navis, O.: quā te ducit via, derige gressum, V.: ex vestigio vela ad castra, Cs.: equum in ipsum consulem, L.: dentīs in inguina, O.: cursum per auras in lucos, V.: alquo cursum: navem eo, N.: huc gressum, V.

—Of weapons, to aim, direct, discharge: spicula cornu, V.: tela arcu, H.: tela Corpus in Aeacidae, V.: hastam in te, O.: Ilo hastam, V.

—Fig., to direct, guide, define, limit, regulate: meas cogitationes non ad illam Cynosuram: ad quae (exempla) oratio deregatur mea: vitam ad rationis normam: ad illius similitudinem manum: omnia voluptate: utilitatem honestate: (divinatio) ad veritatem saepissime derigit, points the way.
 
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