Take the Latin reg- of rego, to reach or straighten, as a line, and our word reck.
His excellency took one end of the table, and an aide-de-camp the other: I was seated between M. and Madame do rego.
Madame do rego has an admirable voice, and there were several good singers and players on the piano.
Mr. rego, the commandant, very handsomely offered me a soldier as a guard to Ambaca.
Luiz do rego was not the first governor of Pernambuco who had been shot at.
She told me that Luiz do rego had sent home many fine minerals from the captaincy, and also some fossils.
As rego hesitated, not knowing what to do in this crisis, the lady repeated: "Light all the candles to-night, rego."