rogatio

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Etymology[edit]

From rogō (ask; request).

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rogātiō f (genitive rogātiōnis); third declension

  1. (law) An inquiry or proposal to the people for passing a law or decree; a proposed law, decree or bill.
  2. A question, interrogation, questioning.
  3. An asking, demanding; prayer, entreaty, request; invitation.

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Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative rogātiō rogātiōnēs
genitive rogātiōnis rogātiōnum
dative rogātiōnī rogātiōnibus
accusative rogātiōnem rogātiōnēs
ablative rogātiōne rogātiōnibus
vocative rogātiō rogātiōnēs

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