what is difference between deponent and testifier
From Latin dēpōnēns (“laying aside”), the present active participle of dēpōnō (“lay aside”), from dē- + pōnō (“put, place”).
- (UK) IPA(key): /diˈpəʊ.nənt/
- (US) IPA(key): /diˈpoʊ.nənt/
deponent (not comparable)
- (of some Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, Scandinavian or Old Irish verbs) Having passive form (that is, conjugating like the passive voice), but an active meaning. (Such verbs, originally reflexive, are considered to have laid aside their passive meanings.)
- Category:Greek deponent verbs
- Category:Latin deponent verbs
- Category:Old Irish deponent verbs
deponent (plural deponents)
- (law) A witness; especially one who gives information under oath, in a deposition concerning facts known to him or her.
- (grammar) A deponent verb.
- deposition de bene esse
- de bene esse
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- “deponent” in Den Danske Ordbog
- third-person plural future active indicative of dēpōnō
From Latin deponens
deponent m (plural deponenți)
testify + -er
testifier (plural testifiers)
- One who testifies; a witness.