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re-vertor or re-vortor versus or vorsus,

perf. usu. revertī (from reverto), ī, to turn back, turn about, come back, return: ex itinere: se vidisse exeuntem illum domo et revertentem: a ponte, H.: silvā, O.: domum: in castra, S.: praedā partā victores reverterunt, L.: cum perspicerent ad istum illos nummos revertisse: quis neget . . . Tiberim reverti, H.: in Asiam reversus est, N.— Fig., to return, go back: nescit vox missa reverti, i. e. be unsaid, H.: ad superiorem consuetudinem: ad sanitatem, Cs.: ad Musas, O.—In speaking, to return, revert, recur: somnia, ad quae mox revertar: ad me.

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