computatrum

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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, Latinitas: commentarii linguae latinae excolendae provehendae
      Quid vero per computatrum communicare possit, nisi vacuum mentis animique sui inane, hoc nemini patet. Prodigiosas artis medicae novitates inhiat idemque metuit: nulla est enim diagnostica indago, quam alacri impatientia non subeat; ...
    • year unknown, Lawrence Emeka, Persequendos Fidei,, Lulu.com (ISBN 9781300502883)
      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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