parastums

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From parasts (normal, usual, ordinary) +‎ -ums.

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parastums m (1st declension)

  1. normalcy, ordinariness, usualness (the state or quality of that which is normal, ordinary, usual)
    krāsu parastumsthe ordinariness of the colors
    pasākuma parastībathe ordinariness of the measure, action
    aktieru tendence uz piesardzīgu viduvējību, parastumuthe actors' tendency toward prudent mediocrity, ordinariness
    ikdienā ir cilvēka parastums un neparastums, lielums un niecībaevery day there is human ordinariness and extraordinariness, greatness and futility

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