Consectarium, consectarii. Est argumentum breuiter astrictum. Cic. Vulgus quolibeta vocat, vel corollaria.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • consectary — I. kənˈsektərē noun ( es) Etymology: Latin consectarium, from neuter of consectarius logically following, from consectari to follow after, from com + sectari to follow, accompany, from secta sect more at sect : consequence, corollar …   Useful english dictionary

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