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From Latin regō.

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regir (first-person singular present regeixo, past participle regit)

  1. (transitive) to rule, to govern

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EtymologyEdit

Semi-learned borrowing from Latin regere, present active infinitive of regō[1].

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regir (first-person singular present rijo, first-person singular preterite regí, past participle regido)

  1. to rule, govern, be in charge of, reign
    Recuerda España que tú registe el imperio de los mares. (Latin sentence of the Spanish empire that today is written on a sculpture in San Fernando, Spain)
    Remember Spain that you ruled the empire of the seas.
  2. (grammar) to take
    Algunos verbos rigen complementos indirectos.
    Some verbs take indirect objects.

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  • Rule: e becomes i in certain conjugations; g becomes a j before a or o.

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