Abecedarius (Latin, adjective)

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Term or phrase abecedarius
Language Latin
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Function in sentence or vocabulary adjective
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Alternative spelling abecedaria
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Sources of information in print Ernout, Alfred, and Antoine Meillet, Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue latine: Histoire des mots, 4th ed. (Paris: Klinksieck, 2001), s.v. “abecedārius, -a, -um”
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Alternative spelling abecedarium
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Sources of information in print Ernout, Alfred, and Antoine Meillet, Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue latine: Histoire des mots, 4th ed. (Paris: Klinksieck, 2001), s.v. “abecedārius, -a, -um”
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The following pages include "abecedarium" as an antecedent term or phrase: Abecedario (Spanish, noun), Abecé (Spanish, noun), Abécédaire (French, noun).

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The following pages include "abecedarium" as a homonym: .

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The following pages include "abecedarium" as a superior category in an ontological or taxonomic relationship: .

The following pages include "abecedarium" as an inferior category in an ontological or taxonomic relationship: .

Ernout, Alfred, and Antoine Meillet, Dictionnaire étymologique de la langue latine: Histoire des mots, 4th ed. (Paris: Klinksieck, 2001), s.v. “abecedārius, -a, -um” +
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