recumbentibus

noun rec·um·ben·ti·bus \ˌrekəmˈbentə̇bəs\

Definition of recumbentibus

plural

-es

  1. :  a knockdown blow the advantage of inflicting upon an assailant a recumbentibus — J. R. Newman

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Origin and Etymology of recumbentibus

Middle English, from Latin recumbent-, recumbens + -ibus, dative or ablative plural ending


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