ordinarius

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Etymology[edit]

From ōrdō (order, arrangement) +‎ -ārius.

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ōrdinārius m (feminine ōrdināria, neuter ōrdinārium); first/second declension

  1. Of or relating to order; orderly, usual, customary, regular, ordinary.
  2. (substantive) An overseer (who keeps order).
  3. (substantive) An ordinary.
  4. (substantive, military) A centurion of the first cohort.

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative ōrdinārius ōrdināria ōrdinārium ōrdināriī ōrdināriae ōrdināria
genitive ōrdināriī ōrdināriae ōrdināriī ōrdināriōrum ōrdināriārum ōrdināriōrum
dative ōrdināriō ōrdināriae ōrdināriō ōrdināriīs ōrdināriīs ōrdināriīs
accusative ōrdinārium ōrdināriam ōrdinārium ōrdināriōs ōrdināriās ōrdināria
ablative ōrdināriō ōrdināriā ōrdināriō ōrdināriīs ōrdināriīs ōrdināriīs
vocative ōrdinārie ōrdināria ōrdinārium ōrdināriī ōrdināriae ōrdināria

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