Definition of declinatio
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Orthography ID = 1004027
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LEM
dēclīnātiō, dēclīnātiōnis
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. a bending aside, turning away, averting
  2. [figuratively] a turning away, avoiding, avoidance
  3. quae declinatio, etc
  4. [in rhetoric] a slight deviation (from the direct argument)
  5. a rejection, qualification (of a word or phrase)
Abbreviations
dēclīnātiō ōnis, f declino, a bending aside, turning away, averting: tuas petitiones parvā declinatione effugi: atomi: corporis, Cu.

—Fig., a turning away, avoiding, avoidance: a malis naturā declinamus

— quae declinatio, etc.: laboris.

— In rhet., a slight deviation (from the direct argument): a proposito: ad amplificandum.

—A rejection, qualification (of a word or phrase).
 
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