From Medieval Latin contrarotulum (“a counter-roll or register used to verify accounts”), from Latin contra (“against, opposite”) + Medieval Latin rotulus, Latin rotula (“roll, a little wheel”), diminutive of rota (“a wheel”).
- (transitive) to check, verify, inspect, examine
- (transitive) to supervise, watch
- (transitive) to control, dominate
- (transitive) to audit
Conjugation of controllare