regimina

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From Latin regimina, nominative plural form of regimen.

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regimina

  1. plural form of regimen
    • 1931: George Sarton, Introduction to the History of Science, volume 2, part 1, page 88 (the Williams & Wilkins Company)
      Let us consider a few examples of regimina and similar works in various literatures. The earliest to draw our attention in this period are the Greek.

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

regimina

  1. nominative plural of regimen
  2. accusative plural of regimen
  3. vocative plural of regimen