Ordinately Or"di*nate*ly, adv. In an ordinate manner; orderly. --Chaucer. Skelton. [1913 Webster]

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  • ordinate — {{11}}ordinate (adj.) late 14c., from L. ordinatus, pp. of ordinare arrange (see ORDAIN (Cf. ordain)). Related: Ordinately. {{12}}ordinate (v.) 1560s, from L. ordinatus, pp. of ordinare arrange (see ORDAIN (Cf. ordain)). Related: Ordinated …   Etymology dictionary

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  • coordinate — or co ordinate [kō ôrd′ n it, kō ôrd′ nāt΄; ] for v [., kō ôrd′ nāt΄] adj. [ML coordinatus, pp. of coordinare, to set in order, arrange < L co (var. of com ), with + ordinare, to arrange < ordo,ORDER] 1. of the same order or importance;… …   English World dictionary

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