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EtymologyEdit

From aequābilis (equal, consistent, equable; just) +‎ -tās, from aequō (make level), from aequus (even, level).

PronunciationEdit

  • (Classical) IPA(key): /ae̯.kʷaːˈbi.li.taːs/, [ae̯.kʷaːˈbɪ.lɪ.taːs]

NounEdit

aequābilitās f (genitive aequābilitātis); third declension

  1. equality, uniformity, equability
  2. (law) equity, justice, impartiality
  3. (speech) uniformity of style

DeclensionEdit

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative aequābilitās aequābilitātēs
Genitive aequābilitātis aequābilitātum
Dative aequābilitātī aequābilitātibus
Accusative aequābilitātem aequābilitātēs
Ablative aequābilitāte aequābilitātibus
Vocative aequābilitās aequābilitātēs

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