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Definition of the noun agendum
What does agendum mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: agendums
- a list of matters to be taken up (as at a meeting)
- lexical domain: Communicative Processes - nouns denoting communicative processes and contents
- synonyms of agendum: agenda / order of business
- more generic words: list / listing = a database containing an ordered array of items
- more specific term: order of the day = the order of business for an assembly on a given day
- part: agenda item = one of the items to be considered
Alternative definition of the noun agendum
- [obsolete] A task which ought to be done.
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Prior delectus sententiarum et historiarum ad usum puerulorum apparatus, cum explicationibus et lexico (1847)
by Francis BALFOUR (LL.D.)
Agendum is a verbal noun, called a gerund, of the neuter gender and second declension : Sing. Nom. Hoc agendum, Gen. hujus agendi, Dat. huic agendo, etc. Agendum is the nominative case, coming before the verb est.
A Quality Approach by John Krogstie
The result then is an agendum for B. An agendum is a pair <a;p>where a is the action to be executed and p the period in which this execution has to take place. In the factagenic conversation, the result of the execution is stated by the supplier .
For Design and Construction Professionals by Bill Schmalz, The Images Publishing Group
In Latin, an agendum is an item on a list. Two or more items are agenda (neuter gender, plural).
The President : The next Agendum is the Royal Commission ...
by Jeremy Butterfield
The singular agendum is purely notional, although it is occasionally used, e.g. in the context of academic bodies: The Estates Bursar was called on to introduce Agenda Item 3. They mean Agendum 3, thought Jake—Kingsley Amis, 1978.
" \il actum reputans, si quid superesset agendum. Lat. Luc an.
Heinemann English Dictionary (2001)
by Martin Manser
Strictly speaking, it is a plural noun meaning, literally, 'things to be done', agendum being its singular form. Agendum is now found only in very formal contexts. agent (ay-j'nt) noun 1 a person who has authority to act for another person, ...
by Scotland. Court of Session, Mungo Ponton Brown, William Maxwell Morison
twenty years does take it off quoad agendum, but not as to the founding an exception thereon ; for quce sunt temporalia quoad agendum, the law makes them perpetual quoad excipien- dum ; and therefore, though the subscriber, not being ...
GPloutárhou Sú[email protected] Plutarch's Life of Lucius Cornelius Sulla, with intr. notes and lexicon by H.A. Holden (1886)
Agendum atque obviam eundum est, Quirites, tie spolia 7'ostra penes illos sint ; turn prolatandum tieque votis paranda auxi- lia ; nisi forte speratis taedium ictm aut pudorem tyrannidis Sullae 8 esse, et eum per see/us occupata periculosius ...
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Scrabble value of A1G2E1N1D2U1M3
The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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