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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin centuria.

NounEdit

centuria f (plural centuries)

  1. century (100 years)

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Borrowed from Latin centuria.

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centuria f (plural centurie)

  1. century (Roman army unit)

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From centum (one hundred).

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centuria f (genitive centuriae); first declension

  1. century, in its senses as
    1. any assembly of a hundred people or things
    2. any division into a hundred people or things
    3. (historical military) a company of Roman infantry, the smallest tactical division of a legion, originally of 100 men but later varying between 60 and 160
    4. (historical military) a company of auxiliary infantry equivalent to an Roman cohort, first established during the Imperial era.
    5. (historical units of measure) a unit of area
    6. (historical politics) a traditional division of the Roman people, allegedly established by Servius Tullius on the basis of property
  2. (figuratively) any similar division, regardless of number

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First declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative centuria centuriae
Genitive centuriae centuriārum
Dative centuriae centuriīs
Accusative centuriam centuriās
Ablative centuriā centuriīs
Vocative centuria centuriae

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Borrowed from Latin centuria.

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centuria f

  1. century (Roman army unit)
  2. centaury, any herb of the genus Centaurium

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin centuria.

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centuria f (plural centurias)

  1. century (Roman army unit)
  2. (poetic) century (period)

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