conjugatio

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Etymology[edit]

From coniugō +‎ -tiō. In the grammatical sense, it is a calque of Ancient Greek συζυγίᾱ (suzugíā).

Noun[edit]

conjugātiō f (genitive conjugātiōnis); third declension

  1. the act of combining, connecting or mixing together; mixture
  2. the etymological relationship of words
  3. (grammar) conjugation
  4. a syllogism

Inflection[edit]

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative conjugātiō conjugātiōnēs
genitive conjugātiōnis conjugātiōnum
dative conjugātiōnī conjugātiōnibus
accusative conjugātiōnem conjugātiōnēs
ablative conjugātiōne conjugātiōnibus
vocative conjugātiō conjugātiōnēs

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