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proprio-

1.
a combining form meaning “one's own,” used in the formation of compound words:
proprioceptive.
Origin of proprio-
combining form representing Latin proprius one's own, special, particular, proper

motu proprio

[moh-too proh-pree-oh] /ˈmoʊ tu ˈproʊ priˌoʊ/
noun, Latin.
1.
of one's own accord: used of certain documents issued by the pope without counsel from others.

proprio motu

[praw-pri-oh moh-too; English proh-pree-oh moh-too] /ˈprɔ prɪˌoʊ ˈmoʊ tu; English ˈproʊ priˌoʊ ˈmoʊ tu/
adverb, Latin.
1.
by one's own volition; on one's own initiative.
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motu proprio

/ˈməʊtuː ˈprəʊprɪˌəʊ/
noun
1.
an administrative papal bull
Word Origin
Latin: of his own accord
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