quaestor

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Etymology[edit]

Latin quaestor, from an old participle form of quaero.

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quaestor (plural quaestors)

  1. An Ancient Roman official responsible for public revenue and other financial affairs.

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Noun[edit]

quaestor m (plural quaestoren or quaestors or quaestores, diminutive quaestortje n, feminine quaestrix)

  1. treasurer

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From quaero

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Noun[edit]

quaestor m (genitive quaestōris); third declension

  1. a quaestor

Inflection[edit]

Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative quaestor quaestōrēs
genitive quaestōris quaestōrum
dative quaestōrī quaestōribus
accusative quaestōrem quaestōrēs
ablative quaestōre quaestōribus
vocative quaestor quaestōrēs