curatela

ItalianEdit

VerbEdit

curatela

  1. Compound of imperative (tu form) of curare and la.

NounEdit

curatela f (plural curatele)

  1. guardianship

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From cūrātus +‎ -ēla. Blend of cūrātiō +‎ tūtēla, two distinct concepts under Roman law.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

cūrātēla f (genitive cūrātēlae); first declension (Medieval Latin, New Latin)

  1. the procurement of patrimonial matters of one who has been assigned a curator as he has been deemed incapable to procure them himself
  2. (Germany) the regulatory supervision over a university
    • 1801, Annales Almae Literarum Universitatis Ingolstadii olim conditae inde autem primo huius seculi initio Landishutum posteaque Landishuto Monachium translocatae, volume V, Munich, published 1859, page 211:
      Ceterum Senatus academicus approbante suprema curatela etiam in posterum legis instar recepit, ut, quicunque supra praedictam horam noctu deprehensus fuerit, primum semifloreno, iterum floreno, tertium sesquifloreno, quartum poena carceris, quintum subscripto consilio abeundi puniatur.
      Also the Academic Senate, under approbation of the regulatory supervision, passed a law that whoever is caught after the set hour at night will be punished the first time with a half guilder, the repeated time with a guilder, the third time with one and a half guilder, the fourth time with incarceration, the fifth time with a consilium abeundi.

InflectionEdit

First-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative cūrātēla cūrātēlae
Genitive cūrātēlae cūrātēlārum
Dative cūrātēlae cūrātēlīs
Accusative cūrātēlam cūrātēlās
Ablative cūrātēlā cūrātēlīs
Vocative cūrātēla cūrātēlae

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NounEdit

curatela f (plural curatelas)

  1. guardianship; tutorship