inventio

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Noun[edit]

inventio (uncountable)

  1. One of the five canons of classical rhetoric: the method used for the discovery of arguments.

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Etymology[edit]

From the German Invention, from the Italian inventione, invenzione (“invention”; the spelling ending in -zione is the standard modern one — that ending in -tione is still used for invention in the musical sense, but is otherwise obsolete).

Noun[edit]

inventio

  1. (music) invention

Declension[edit]

Inflection of inventio (Kotus type 3/valtio, no gradation)
nominative inventio inventiot
genitive invention inventioiden
inventioitten
partitive inventiota inventioita
illative inventioon inventioihin
singular plural
nominative inventio inventiot
accusative nom. inventio inventiot
gen. invention
genitive invention inventioiden
inventioitten
partitive inventiota inventioita
inessive inventiossa inventioissa
elative inventiosta inventioista
illative inventioon inventioihin
adessive inventiolla inventioilla
ablative inventiolta inventioilta
allative inventiolle inventioille
essive inventiona inventioina
translative inventioksi inventioiksi
instructive inventioin
abessive inventiotta inventioitta
comitative inventioineen

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From inveniō (I find, discover, or come upon).

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Noun[edit]

inventiō f (genitive inventiōnis); third declension

  1. invention, discovery
  2. inventing
  3. plan, stratagem

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative inventiō inventiōnēs
genitive inventiōnis inventiōnum
dative inventiōnī inventiōnibus
accusative inventiōnem inventiōnēs
ablative inventiōne inventiōnibus
vocative inventiō inventiōnēs

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