perlegere

See: peruse
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(11.) On this point, Lefevres views coincide exactly with those of Leonardo Bruni, who declared: "Quid enim opera mea utilius, quid laude dignius effcere possim, quam ciuibus meis primum, deinde ceteris, qui Latina utuntur lingua, ignaris Graecarum litterarum, facultatem praebere, ut non per enigmata ac deliramenta interpretationum ineptarum acfalsarum, sed defacie adfaciempossint Aristotelem intueri et, ut ille in Graeco scripsit, sic in Latino perlegere" (see Rice, 153).
Ancient commentators could draw explicit attention to the verbal ambiguity, as when Servius glosses the Latin verb perlegere as being synonymous with perspectare at Aen.
Esta, porem, deixa de existir quando legere significa 'ler', a exemplo de perlegere, relegere.
He resolves first to speak again with his son before paying the money (920-22), but suddenly changes his mind and decides to reread his son's letter: uerum lubet etiam mi has perlegere denuo; / aequomst tabellis consignatis credere (923-24).