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„Curia“ - noun, singular or mass

The word Curia is the 32.486th most frequent word in the English language and appears 1.370 times within word book. A curia, plural curiae, is an assembly, council, or court, in which public, official, or religious issues are discussed and decisions made.º The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. These are sample sentences of the term in full sentences: "... only body of the Curia that is situated within ..."¹ "The new senate-house ..."² "... and cardinals of the Curia."³ Backwards its written airuC. Behuria, Bihpuria und Huria rhymes on it. The MD5 sum is 287346fc89d3f307460e72e218a69ef0 and the SHA1 sum is a061c5244e28ecba4651f79a4ba39953fce86058. The vanity number 28742 accords this term.

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word name: Curia

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

basic form: curia

typical left word neighbours: Archiepiscopal Roman Papal Patriarchal Magna Francesco papal

typical right word neighbours: Hostilia Regis Maior Iulia Raetorum Cornelia Romana

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The following words have an equal prefix:

The named notions possess a similar suffix:

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