primarius curatorium

20:31 Jul 16, 2019
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Latin term or phrase: primarius curatorium
on a university diploma under a signature. Presumably this is some kind of university function, I just do not know what.
Thank you.
Lota
United States
Local time: 22:01


Summary of answers provided
4distinguished/eminent advisory board
Marco Belcastro Bara
3the distinguished (scientific) board
Veronika McLaren
3principal (head) of the board of directors
Jennifer White


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distinguished/eminent advisory board


Explanation:
primarius curatorium
distinguished/eminent advisory board

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/curatorium
A board of curators or advisory board, in certain European institutions.

https://it.contdict.com/traduzione/latino-inglese/primarius

Marco Belcastro Bara
Italy
Local time: 07:01
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principal (head) of the board of directors


Explanation:
This is a signature (of a person)

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or advisory board

Jennifer White
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:01
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish

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neutral  Veronika McLaren: Would the genitive plural not be "curatorum"?
1 hr
  -> yes, but see above
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the distinguished (scientific) board


Explanation:
A board of curators or advisory board, in certain European institutions

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Note added at 1 hr (2019-07-16 22:30:03 GMT)
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"primarius" is definitely an adjective, according to all my dictionaries - not sure whether here it may be taken as a noun, if there is only one signature

Veronika McLaren
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