abatija

See also: abatijā

LatvianEdit

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Abatija

EtymologyEdit

From abats (abbot) +‎ -ija. Probably not formed as such in Latvian, but borrowed and adapted from some other European language. This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

abatija f (4th declension)

  1. abbey (a monastery headed by an abbot, and also the surrounding areas)
    abatijas robežasthe borders of the abbey
    abatijas celtnesthe buildings of the abbey
    abatija ir mūku ordenim piederošs katoļu klosterisan abbey is a Catholic monastery that belongs to a monastic order

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LithuanianEdit

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Abatija

EtymologyEdit

abatas (abbot) +‎ -ija

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ɐˈbaː.tʲɪ.jɐ/

NounEdit

abãtija f (plural abãtijos) stress pattern 1 or
abatijà f (plural abatìjos) stress pattern 2[1]

  1. abbey (a monastery headed by an abbot, and also the surrounding areas)
    abatijos pastatas
    the building of an abbey
  2. instrumental singular of abatija
  3. vocative singular of abatija

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  1. ^ abatija”, in Konsultacijų bankas [Consultation bank], Valstybinė lietuvių kalbos komisija [Commission on the Lithuanian language], 2003–2022

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EtymologyEdit

Ultimately from Latin abbātia.

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abatija f (plural abatiji or abatijiet)

  1. abbey; nunnery
  2. orphanage