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What is the root word for curate?

What is the root word for curate?

The noun “curate” comes from the medieval Latin word curatus, an adjective meaning “of, belonging to, or having a cure or charge,” according to the Oxford English Dictionary. (Here “cure,” from the Latin cura, or care, means “the spiritual charge or oversight of parishioners or lay people,” the OED says.)

What is the origin of the word curator?

From Latin cūrātor (“one who has care of a thing, a manager, guardian, trustee”), from cūrāre (“to take care of”), from cūra (“care, heed, attention, anxiety, grief”).

What language is curate?

Spanish translation of ‘curate’

Will curate meaning?

/ˈkjʊr.eɪt/ to be in charge of selecting and caring for objects to be shown in a museum or to form part of a collection of art, an exhibition, etc.: She curated a recent exhibition of Indian artwork.

What is a Rectress?

obsolete. : a woman that rules.

What does Senechaux meaning?

(sĕn′ə-shəl) An official in a medieval noble household in charge of domestic arrangements and the administration of servants; a steward or major-domo.

What does curator mean?

: one who has the care and superintendence of something especially : one in charge of a museum, zoo, or other place of exhibit.

What does La Croix curate mean?

cure yourself
LaCroix 100% natural sparkling water is refreshing consumers with its first line extension – LaCroix Cúrate. Pronounced, “coo-rah-tay”, Cúrate translates to “cure yourself”. LaCroix Cúrate is inspired by the romance of French and Spanish cultures with illustrative, bold and whimsical packaging.

What does curate mean Spanish?

Cerote. Traditionally, the word is used offensively for someone who does nothing with their life; a big zero, a loser. In Guatemala, it is still commonly used this way. However, Chapines also use it when referring to close friends. It’s like saying “dude” or “bro”.

What’s the opposite of curate?

What is the opposite of curate?

layman layperson
proselyte neophyte
follower unordained person
nonbeliever laity
priestess non-Christian

What is Seneschal?

Seneschal, , French Sénéchal, in medieval and early modern France, a steward or principal administrator in a royal or noble household. As time went on, the office declined in importance and was often equivalent to that of a bailiff (q.v.); the office and title persisted until the French Revolution.