Definition of inductio
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LEM
inductiō, inductiōnis
1 in, DVC-
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. a bringing in, introducing, production, admission
  2. [figuratively] a purpose, resolution, determination
  3. an inclination, leaning
  4. inphilos., induction, reasoning from instances, generalization
  5. [in rhetoric] in the phrase, personarum ficta inductio, personification, speaking in an assumed character
Abbreviations
inductiō ōnis, f 1 in+DVC-, a bringing in, introducing, production, admission: aquarum inductiones: horum (iuvenum in circum), for exhibition, L.

—Fig., a purpose, resolution, determination: animi.

—An inclination, leaning: animi.

—Inphilos., induction, reasoning from instances, generalization, C.

—In rhet., in the phrase, personarum ficta inductio, personification, speaking in an assumed character: erroris inductio, a misguiding, persuasion to error.
 
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