WEFOUNDRudiments of Latin grammar, 1585 (English linguistics, 1500-1800, a collection of facsimile reprints)


( third-person singular simple present initiates, present participle initiating, simple past and past participle initiated)

From Late Latin initiātus , perfect passive participle of initiō (“begin, originate”), from initium (“a beginning”), from ineō (“go in, enter upon, begin”), from in + (“go”).

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( third-person singular simple present initiates, present participle initiating, simple past and past participle initiated)

From Late Latin initiātus , perfect passive participle of initiō (“begin, originate”), from initium (“a beginning”), from ineō (“go in, enter upon, begin”), from in + (“go”).

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( third-person singular simple present initiates, present participle initiating, simple past and past participle initiated)

From Late Latin initiātus , perfect passive participle of initiō (“begin, originate”), from initium (“a beginning”), from ineō (“go in, enter upon, begin”), from in + (“go”).


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