solacium

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Etymology[edit]

From sōlor (to comfort, console, solace).

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sōlācium n (genitive sōlāciī or sōlācī); second declension

  1. comfort, relief, solace
  2. soothing, assuaging
  3. (law) compensation, indemnification

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Second-declension noun (neuter).

Case Singular Plural
Nominative sōlācium sōlācia
Genitive sōlāciī
sōlācī1
sōlāciōrum
Dative sōlāciō sōlāciīs
Accusative sōlācium sōlācia
Ablative sōlāciō sōlāciīs
Vocative sōlācium sōlācia

1Found in older Latin (until the Augustan Age).

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