We can resort to Leviticus 19:18. (Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against anyone among your people,). Both (which occurs much less often than one would think) the Vulgate and Castellio, use the same formula:
nec memor eris injuriae civium tuorum (Vulgate)
neve acceptae ab eis [popularibus] iniuriae memor esto (Castellio)
This is quite interesting ...
posting this after the answer has been accepted, but here is another option if you allow synonyms to τάσσω.
κοσμέω has a synonymous meaning to tasso and the following English words seem to be related:
taxi, taximeter, task, tax, taxis, taxology, taxation
All seem to also stem from τάσσω.
Taximeter and taxology sound particularly Hellenic as they are a mixture of 2 Hellenic based words.
meter - from Greek μέτρο (measure)
logy - from Greek λογία
See also a relative article on the etymology of the words above.
Task is also close to the original meaning, ...
In episode 8 I think of Legio XIII, Luke Ranierus, definitely one of the best Latin speakers in the world today, referred to himself as a nerd and he used the word 'umbratico' which L&S defines as an effeminate person, as well as one who is fond of the shade. The word was only used 8 times up until 200AD according to packhum. For those words that ...