conscientia

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EtymologyEdit

From cōnsciēns (conscious) +‎ -ia, a calque of Ancient Greek συνείδησις (suneídēsis).

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NounEdit

cōnscientia f (genitive cōnscientiae); first declension

  1. knowledge shared with others, being in the know or privy to, joint knowledge; complicity
  2. knowledge within oneself, consciousness, feeling
  3. knowledge within oneself of right or wrong; conscience; remorse

DeclensionEdit

First-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative cōnscientia cōnscientiae
Genitive cōnscientiae cōnscientiārum
Dative cōnscientiae cōnscientiīs
Accusative cōnscientiam cōnscientiās
Ablative cōnscientiā cōnscientiīs
Vocative cōnscientia cōnscientiae

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