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Dictionarium latino-germanicum

Latin-German translation for: prudentia
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Dictionary Latin German: prudentia

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NOUN   prudentia | prudentiae | prudentiae
prudentia {f}
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Klugheit {f}
prudentia {f}Einsicht {f}
prudentia {f}Erfahrung {f}
prudentia {f}Kenntnis {f}
prudentia {f}Umsicht {f}
prudentia {f}Vorherwissen {n}
prudentia {f}Weisheit {f}
prudentia {f}Wissen {n}
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Tibi prudentia praesto.Ich bin klüger als du. [wörtl.: Ich übertreffe dich an Klugheit.]
 
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