Definition of derogo
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LEM
dērogō, dērogāre, dērogāvī, dērogātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to repeal in part, restrict, modify
  2. [in general] to take away, detract, diminish, impair, withhold
Abbreviations
dē-rogō āvī, ātus, āre.

—In legislation, to repeal in part, restrict, modify: neque derogari ex hac (lege) aliquid licet: de lege aliquid derogare.

—In gen., to take away, detract, diminish, impair, withhold: de magnificentiā quiddam: de testium fide: si quid ex hac (aequitate): fidem alicui: certam derogat vetustas fidem, L.
 
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