discipulus

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Etymology[edit]

From discere, present active infinitive of disco, and the root of puer, pullus.

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discipulus m (genitive discipulī); second declension

  1. student, pupil, disciple

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Second declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative discipulus discipulī
genitive discipulī discipulōrum
dative discipulō discipulīs
accusative discipulum discipulōs
ablative discipulō discipulīs
vocative discipule discipulī

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