contumelia

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin contumēlia (contumely, insult).

Noun[edit]

contumelia f (plural contumelie)

  1. contumely, insult

Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Related to contumāx.

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Noun[edit]

contumēlia f (genitive contumēliae); first declension

  1. insult, reproach, contumely, abuse, affront, invective.
  2. humiliation, injury; assault, violence.

Inflection[edit]

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative contumēlia contumēliae
Genitive contumēliae contumēliārum
Dative contumēliae contumēliīs
Accusative contumēliam contumēliās
Ablative contumēliā contumēliīs
Vocative contumēlia contumēliae

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