solium

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Etymology[edit]

Believed to be an alteration of Old Latin *sodium, from Proto-Indo-European *sodyom (compare Old Irish suide(seat)), from *sed-.

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Noun[edit]

solium n (genitive solii); second declension

  1. seat, chair
  2. throne, chair of state, official seat
  3. (figuratively) rule, sway, dominion
  4. tub, bathtub
  5. stone coffin, sarcophagus

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative solium solia
genitive soliī soliōrum
dative soliō soliīs
accusative solium solia
ablative soliō soliīs
vocative solium solia

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