From per- (“through, along; during”) + currō (“run; hurry; travel”).
percurrō (present infinitive percurrere, perfect active percucurrī, supine percursum); third conjugation
- I run, hasten or pass through, traverse, pass or run over or along; stroke.
- Synonyms: mulceō, palpō
- I wind or bend around.
- (figuratively) I mention briefly or cursorily.
- (figuratively) I scan (briefly), look over; review.
- (figuratively) (of feelings) I run through, penetrate, agitate.
Note that the perfect active indicative can be written as percurrī rather than percucurrī