sedens

noun se·dens \ ˈsēˌdenz \

Definition of sedens

plural sedentes \sə̇ˈden‧ˌtēz\
: a person who remains a resident of the place or region of his birth — compare nomad, migrant

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Origin and Etymology of sedens

New Latin sedent-, sedens, from Latin, present participle of sedēre to sit


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