emolumentum

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Etymology[edit]

From ēmōlior (to move out, to bring out by effort).

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Noun[edit]

ēmolumentum n (genitive ēmolumentī); second declension

  1. effort, exertion, labour
  2. advantage, benefit, gain, profit

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative ēmolumentum ēmolumenta
genitive ēmolumentī ēmolumentōrum
dative ēmolumentō ēmolumentīs
accusative ēmolumentum ēmolumenta
ablative ēmolumentō ēmolumentīs
vocative ēmolumentum ēmolumenta

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