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[Subject: General History Of Ancient World]

- In Ancient Rome, to punish a soldier one out of every ten.

  • Etymology: From Latin decimare (to take the tenth part of), derived from decem (ten)

Translated in 17 languages

[Subject: General History Of Ancient World]

- In Ancient Rome, to punish a soldier one out of every ten.

  • Etymology: From Latin decimare (to take the tenth part of), derived from decem (ten)

Translated in 17 languages

[Subject: Generalities]

- To kill a great number of men (eg: the cholera decimated the population).

Translated by: GIBELLINI MORGAN

  • Etymology: See above

Translated in 9 languages

[Subject: Generalities]

- To subject to decimation

Translated by: GUEST USER

Translated in 8 languages

[Subject: Generalities]

- To exact a tithe from.

Translated by: GIBELLINI MORGAN

  • Etymology: See above

Translated in 3 languages


Translations2
it Italian decimare   View Word  - 691530
la Latin decimare   View Word  - 5039270

[Subject: Generalities]

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Translated by: GUEST USER

Translated in 2 languages


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es Spanish decimar   View Word  - 2688340

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