postulatum (plural postulata)
- Variant of postulate.
1840, Abel Upshur, A Brief Enquiry into the Nature and Character of our Federal Government, Campbell, page 61:
- The unity or identity of the people of the United States has been taken as a postulatum, without one serious attempt to prove it.
- “postulatum” in Noah Webster, An American Dictionary of the English Language, volume II (J–Z), 1st edition, New York, N.Y.: Published by S. Converse; printed by Hezekiah Howe, New Haven, 1828, OCLC 999480247.
- nominative neuter singular of
- accusative masculine singular of
- accusative neuter singular of
- vocative neuter singular of