camelus

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Latin[edit]

Camelus bactrianus

Etymology[edit]

Ancient Greek κάμηλος (kamelos, camel), of Semitic origin; compare Arabic جمل (jamal) and Hebrew גמל (gamal).

Noun[edit]

camēlus m (genitive camēlī); second declension

  1. A camel

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative camēlus camēlī
genitive camēlī camēlōrum
dative camēlō camēlīs
accusative camēlum camēlōs
ablative camēlō camēlīs
vocative camēle camēlī

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