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intellegō (not intelligō), ēxī (intellēxtī, T., C.; intellēgit, S.), ēctus

inter+lego, to come to know, see into, perceive, understand, discern, comprehend, gather: quod ubi intellexi: id quod omnes intellegunt: cum sententia interdicti intellegatur: non intellecta vox, O.: magna ex parvis: ut quid agam intellegas, T.: utrum apud nos officium an timor valeret, Cs.: Quanti me facias, H.: corpus quid sit: ferre me posse intellego: facile intellectu est, N.: intellegi necesse est, esse deos.—Colloq.: intellego, I understand, take, T.To understand, be master of: Faciuntne intellegendo ut nihil intellegant? i. e. criticise so keenly, T.: non multum in istis rebus: linguam avium: quantum ego Graece scripta intellegere possum.—To see, perceive, discern: quā re hostis adesse intellegitur, S.: ubi neque cohortationes suas neque preces audiri intellegit, Cs.: intellego, quid loquar.

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