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cohortative

noun co·hor·ta·tive \kōˈhȯ(r)tətiv\

Definition of cohortative

plural

-s

  1. :  a set of verb forms expressing exhortation; also :  a form belonging to such a set

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Origin and Etymology of cohortative

International Scientific Vocabulary cohortat- (from Latin cohortatus) + -ive; probably originally formed as German kohortativ


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cohortative

adjective co·hor·ta·tive

Definition of cohortative

  1. :  belonging to or constituting a set of verb forms expressing exhortation

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