ordino

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Noun[edit]

ordino (plural ordini)

  1. order

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ordino

  1. first-person singular present indicative of ordinare

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From ōrdō (order)

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present active ōrdinō, present infinitive ōrdināre, perfect active ōrdināvī, supine ōrdinātum

  1. I arrange, put in order.
  2. I rule, govern.
  3. I ordain, appoint to office.

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