laurus

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See also: Laurus

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Etymology[edit]

Related to Ancient Greek δάφνη (dáphnē, laurel), whence also the given name Δάφνη (Dáphnē). Probably from a pre-Indo-European Mediterranean language.

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laurus f (genitive laurī); second declension

  1. laurel tree
  2. (metonymically) laurels; a crown of laurel

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative laurus laurī
genitive laurī laurōrum
dative laurō laurīs
accusative laurum laurōs
ablative laurō laurīs
vocative laure laurī

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