-ianus

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See also: ianus and Ianus

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Etymology[edit]

Perhaps from -i(us) +‎ -ānus.

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-iānus m (feminine -iāna, neuter -iānum); first/second declension

  1. Enlarged form of -ānus, especially frequent in adjectives formed from proper names.
    Catullus + -iānusCatulliānus
    Cicerō (stem: Cicerōn-) + -iānusCicerōniānus
    Tīrō (stem: Tīrōn-) + -iānusTīrōniānus

Declension[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative -iānus -iāna -iānum -iānī -iānae -iāna
Genitive -iānī -iānae -iānī -iānōrum -iānārum -iānōrum
Dative -iānō -iānae -iānō -iānīs -iānīs -iānīs
Accusative -iānum -iānam -iānum -iānōs -iānās -iāna
Ablative -iānō -iānā -iānō -iānīs -iānīs -iānīs
Vocative -iāne -iāna -iānum -iānī -iānae -iāna

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