racemus

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Etymology[edit]

Unknown etymology (Watkins, 1969), probably cognate with Ancient Greek ῥάξ (rháks, grape) (root: ῥαγ-). Perhaps from an ancient, extinct Mediterranean language. Cognate with Persian رز (raz, vine)

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Noun[edit]

racēmus m (genitive racēmi); second declension

  1. Cluster or bunch of grapes, berries or similar fruits.

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative racēmus racēmī
genitive racēmī racēmōrum
dative racēmō racēmīs
accusative racēmum racēmōs
ablative racēmō racēmīs
vocative racēme racēmī

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