pœna

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Latin[edit]

Noun[edit]

pœna f (genitive pœnae); first declension

  1. alternative typography of poena [Renaissance–New Latin]
    • 1531, Johann Eck, Opera Contra Ludderum II, treatise 2: De Purgatorio, book IV, chapter xv: “Aliæ rationes Ludderi euacuantur: cum concluſione & peroratione”:
      Reſponſio eſt obuia: quia pœna purgatorij nec fuga, nec timore uincitur, ſed ſatispaſſione.
    • 1538, Philipp Melanchthon, Auguſtanæ Confeßionis editio poſtrema, quæ repetita est Anno 1538. ante colloquia VVormatienſe & Ratisponenſe propter cauſas expoſitas in Præfatione in Omnia Opera, part I (1562), ed. Caspar Peucer, page 91/2:
      Si pœnæ purgatorij ſunt ſatisfactiones ſeu ſatispaſſiones, aut ſatisfactiones ſunt redemptio pœnarum purgatorij, num etiam hæ ſententiæ præcipiunt, ut animæ caſtigentur in purgatorio?

Declension[edit]

First declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative pœna pœnae
genitive pœnae pœnārum
dative pœnae pœnīs
accusative pœnam pœnās
ablative pœnā pœnīs
vocative pœna pœnae