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congregō āvī, atus, are

com- + grex, to collect in a flock, swarm: apium examina congregantur.—To collect, assemble, unite, join, associate: homines: familiae congregantur: se unum in locum ad curiam: hominem in hunc numerum: se cum aequalibus.—Pass, to assemble: unum in locum: armati locis patentibus congregantur, L.: in urbe, Ta.—Prov.: pares cum paribus facillime congregantur, birds of a feather.

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