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re-legō lēgī, lēctus, ere,

to gather together, collect again: Ianua filo est inventa relecto, i. e. by winding up the thread again, O.—To travel over, traverse again, retrace: litora, V.: Hellespontiacas aquas, O.—Fig., to go through again, read over: Troiani belli scriptorem, H.: scripta, O.— To go over again, rehearse, repeat: suos sermone labores, O.: omnia, quae ad cultum deorum pertinerent.

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