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EtymologyEdit

From comput(ō) (I calculate, I compute) +‎ -trum.

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NounEdit

computātrum n (genitive computātrī); second declension

  1. (New Latin) computer
    • 2004, Orestes Carbonero, Ethici Characteres Hodierni., Latinitas Opus Fundatum in Civitate Vaticana:
      Quid vero per computatrum communicare possit, nisi vacuum mentis animique sui inane, hoc nemini patet.
      Truly, the bounds of what one may communicate by computer, save the vacuum of one's own empty mind and soul, is known to no one.
    • 2014, Antti Ijäs, Investigatio linguae Finnicae [1], Nuntii Latini 23.4.2014:
      Materia tam ampla est, ut non nisi auxilio computatrorum pertractari possit.
      There is so much material, that it is not possible to thoroughly investigate except with the help of computers.
    • year unknown, Lawrence Emeka, Persequendos Fidei,, Lulu.com →ISBN
      Erat prodigiosus ad eum, qui iustus paucis mensibus sciebat tam multa de computatrum dum in academia numquam pone oculos in computer. Etiam in Math Department, physicam, aliique cognati computatrum essentialis vices solum scribant ...

InflectionEdit

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative computātrum computātra
genitive computātrī computātrōrum
dative computātrō computātrīs
accusative computātrum computātra
ablative computātrō computātrīs
vocative computātrum computātra

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