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pēgma n (genitive pēgmatis); third declension

  1. A bookcase
  2. A scaffold
    • from the Epistulae morales ad Lucilium (Epistle 88) of Seneca the Younger
      His adnumeres licet machinatores, qui pegmata per se surgentia excogitant...
      To this class you may assign the stage-machinists, who invent scaffolding that goes aloft of its own accord...


Third declension neuter.

Number Singular Plural
nominative pēgma pēgmata
genitive pēgmatis pēgmatum
dative pēgmatī pēgmatibus
accusative pēgma pēgmata
ablative pēgmate pēgmatibus
vocative pēgma pēgmata