Definition of lego
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Orthography ID = 1009140
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LEM
lēgō, lēgāre, lēgāvī, lēgātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to send with a commission, send as ambassador, depute, commission, despatch
  2. to appoint as deputy, commission as lieutenant
  3. to bequeath, leave by will
Abbreviations
lēgō āvī (lēgāssit for lēgāverit, XII Tabb. ap. C.), ātus, āre lex, to send with a commission, send as ambassador, depute, commission, despatch: ut legati ex eius ordinis auctoritate legarentur: eos privatae rei causā legari: iuste pieque legatus venio, L.: in Africam legantur, qui reges adeant, S.

—To appoint as deputy, commission as lieutenant: eum (Messium) Caesari legarat Appius: me legatum iri non arbitror: me sibi legavit, chose me for his lieutenant: sibi homines nobilīs, S.

—To bequeath, leave by will: Numitori regnum, L.: usum et fructum omnium bonorum Caesenniae: Nil sibi legatum, H.: uxori grandem pecuniam a filio, to be paid by the son.
 
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