igitur

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From i-, a pronominal stem of is ‎(it”; “he”, “she”; “this”, “that) + the suffix -ha, -dha (compare the Ancient Greek -θα ‎(-tha) and the Sanskrit इह ‎(iha, here)) + -tur, an alternative form of -tus (compare Sanskrit तस् ‎(tas)), as in penitus, antīquitus, etc.

Pronunciation[edit]

Conjunction[edit]

First word or word phrase in sentence + igitur (postpositive)

  1. therefore, then consequently

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