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EtymologyEdit

From prōvideō ‎(take care, give attention to; foresee).

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NounEdit

prōvidentia f ‎(genitive prōvidentiae); first declension

  1. The ability to see something in advance; foresight, foreknowledge.
  2. Precaution, providence, forethought.

InflectionEdit

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative prōvidentia prōvidentiae
genitive prōvidentiae prōvidentiārum
dative prōvidentiae prōvidentiīs
accusative prōvidentiam prōvidentiās
ablative prōvidentiā prōvidentiīs
vocative prōvidentia prōvidentiae

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