Sinae

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Etymology[edit]

Via (Ptolemaic) Ancient Greek From Arabic الصين (al-ṣīn, China, the Chinese), from Sanskrit चीन (cina, China), from Old Chinese (zin) in 秦朝 (zin ʔr'ew, Chin Dynasty).

Proper noun[edit]

Sinae f pl (genitive Sinārum, locative Sinīs); first declension

  1. China (country)

Inflection[edit]

First declension with locative.

Number Plural
nominative Sinae
genitive Sinārum
dative Sinīs
accusative Sinās
ablative Sinīs
vocative Sinae
locative Sinīs

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