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re-ligō āvī, ātus, āre,

to bind back, fasten up, bind fast: (Prometheus) religatus asperis Vinctusque saxis, C. poët.: (Andromeda) ad duras religata bracchia cautes, O.: in comptum comas religata nodum, H.: religatis post tergum manibus, Cu.: navem ferreis manibus iniectis, fastened with grappling-irons, Cs.: captivus religatā ad pinnam muri reste suspensus, L.: religatos videbat Carpere gramen equos, tethered, V.: capillum in vertice, Ta.: catenā religari, O.—Of ships, to fasten, moor: navīs ad terram, Cs.: ab aggere classem, V.: religata in litore pinus, O.—To unbind, loosen: Cybele religat iuga manu, Ct.—Fig., to bind, fasten, chain, fetter: (prudentia) extrinsecus religata, bound to external things.

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