来自PIE*ken, 运，移动，努力，词源同cinema, deacon.
- conation (n.)
- in philosophical use from 1836, from Latin conationem (nominative conatio) "an endeavoring, effort," noun of action from past participle stem of conari "to endeavor, to try," from PIE *kona-, from root *ken- (1) "to set oneself in motion" (see deacon).
- 1. There are ten church members by inheritance for one by conation.
- 2. It is a constant condition line conation Tsutomu's obtains that should be had.
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