promutuum

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Etymology[edit]

From prōmūtuus (advanced; lent in advance; paid beforehand).

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prōmūtuum n (genitive prōmūtuī); second declension

  1. an advance, loan

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative prōmūtuum prōmūtua
genitive prōmūtuī prōmūtuōrum
dative prōmūtuō prōmūtuīs
accusative prōmūtuum prōmūtua
ablative prōmūtuō prōmūtuīs
vocative prōmūtuum prōmūtua

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