coniuratio

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EtymologyEdit

From coniūrō ‎(swear together, unite; conspire), from con- ‎(with, together) + iūro ‎(swear or take an oath), from iūs ‎(law, right, duty).

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NounEdit

coniūrātiō f ‎(genitive coniūrātiōnis); third declension

  1. a swearing together
  2. a conspiracy, plot; confederacy, band of conspirators
    • 1832, Gregory XVI, Mirari Vos
      Hic autem vestram volumus excitatam pro religione constantiam adversus foedissimam in clericalem coelibatum coniurationem […]

InflectionEdit

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative coniūrātiō coniūrātiōnēs
genitive coniūrātiōnis coniūrātiōnum
dative coniūrātiōnī coniūrātiōnibus
accusative coniūrātiōnem coniūrātiōnēs
ablative coniūrātiōne coniūrātiōnibus
vocative coniūrātiō coniūrātiōnēs

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