mercator

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Etymology[edit]

From mercor (trade, deal in goods).

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mercātor m (genitive mercātōris); third declension

  1. merchant, trader
  2. dealer, speculator

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Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative mercātor mercātōrēs
genitive mercātōris mercātōrum
dative mercātōrī mercātōribus
accusative mercātōrem mercātōrēs
ablative mercātōre mercātōribus
vocative mercātor mercātōrēs

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