boatio

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Etymology[edit]

Noun of action of boō (I cry aloud, roar, bellow).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

boātiō f (genitive boātiōnis); third declension

  1. A roaring, bellowing, boation.
  2. (of cattle) A lowing, mooing, bellowing.
    • 1771Emanuel Swedenborg, Vera Christiana Religio, 337
      vaccarum boatio in via significabat difficilem conversionem concupiscentiarum mali naturalis hominis in affectiones bona
      The lowing of the cows in the way signified the difficult conversion of the natural man's lusts of evil into good affections

Inflection[edit]

Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative boātiō boātiōnēs
genitive boātiōnis boātiōnum
dative boātiōnī boātiōnibus
accusative boātiōnem boātiōnēs
ablative boātiōne boātiōnibus
vocative boātiō boātiōnēs

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