See also: animadversió

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EtymologyEdit

From animadvertō(to observe, consider; punish, chastise).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

animadversiō f ‎(genitive animadversiōnis); third declension

  1. observation, notice, perception
  2. investigation, inquiry
  3. criticism, reproach
  4. chastisement, punishment

InflectionEdit

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative animadversiō animadversiōnēs
genitive animadversiōnis animadversiōnum
dative animadversiōnī animadversiōnibus
accusative animadversiōnem animadversiōnēs
ablative animadversiōne animadversiōnibus
vocative animadversiō animadversiōnēs

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