ratihabition

noun
rat·​i·​ha·​bi·​tion | \ ˌratēhəˈbishən\
plural -s

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History and Etymology for ratihabition

Late Latin ratihabition-, ratihabitio, from Latin ratus fixed, determined + Late Latin habition-, habitio act of having, from Latin habitus (past participle of habēre to move) + -ion-, -io -ion

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