What is another word for ordo?

Pronunciation: [ˈɔːdə͡ʊ] (IPA)

Ordo is a Latin word that means "order" or "arrangement". There are several synonyms for this word that can be used depending on the context. One synonym for ordo is "sequence", which refers to the order in which things occur. Another synonym is "structure", which refers to the way things are organized or arranged. Other synonyms for ordo include "system", "hierarchy", "arrangement", "pattern", "organization", "composition", and "layout". All of these words relate to the idea of order or structure, and can be used interchangeably with ordo depending on the context in which they are used.

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Famous quotes with Ordo

  • The idea of liberty, or the liberty which is a blessing, being an emancipation of the passions from moral restraint had no place in the constitutional doctrine of the novus ordo seclorum. The liberty which is a blessing must be good for the one who possesses it. It must therefore be a good in the sight of God, who is the source of blessings. Such a good must point to felicity, whether in this world or the next, as its consummation. By calling the advantages of liberty "blessings," the Constitution, which in certain respects makes perhaps the most radical break in all human history with all that has gone before it, nonetheless, in its understanding of the connection between happiness and virtue, aligns itself decisively with traditional moral philosophy and moral theology.
    Harry V. Jaffa

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