prorogator

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Etymology[edit]

From prōrogō (prolong; defer).

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Noun[edit]

prōrogātor m (genitive prōrogātōris); third declension

  1. Somebody or something that pays or gives out; dispenser.

Inflection[edit]

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative prōrogātor prōrogātōrēs
genitive prōrogātōris prōrogātōrum
dative prōrogātōrī prōrogātōribus
accusative prōrogātōrem prōrogātōrēs
ablative prōrogātōre prōrogātōribus
vocative prōrogātor prōrogātōrēs

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