Meanings

1.
put back
(for an item you took from a shelf for example)
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2.
to travel
(In context of "traversing" distances, not too common in spoken German)
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3.
to reserve
(a store putting an item behind the counter for you, so you can come back the next day and pick it up (maybe you don't have cash or whatever))
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Word Family

Root: *legh-

The core idea of this root was:

laying, lying down

of course the verbs to lay and to lie belong here, but the root is also the origin of law, lair, ledger, allay and low.  And of lager, which is essentially a German word that means storage.

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