centurio

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Czech[edit]

Noun[edit]

centurio m

  1. centurion

Latin[edit]

centuriō (a centurion)

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Etymology[edit]

From centuria (division consisting of one hundred), from centum (hundred).

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Noun[edit]

centuriō m (genitive centuriōnis); third declension

  1. centurion; commander of a hundred men

Inflection[edit]

Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative centuriō centuriōnēs
genitive centuriōnis centuriōnum
dative centuriōnī centuriōnibus
accusative centuriōnem centuriōnēs
ablative centuriōne centuriōnibus
vocative centuriō centuriōnēs

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Verb[edit]

present active centuriō, present infinitive centuriāre, perfect active centuriāvī, supine centuriātum

  1. I divide into groups of one hundred.
  2. (military) I arrange into companies.
  3. (only in perfect participle) having voted according to centuries.

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