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From Alemannī (the confederation of German tribes related to Suebi who lived near the upper reaches of Danube), from Proto-Germanic *Alamanniz, corresponding to *allaz + *mann-. As an agnomen, Ausonius records the variant Alemannicus was given to the emperor Flavius Gratianus as a result of his victory over that tribe.



Alemannus m (genitive Alemannī, feminine Alemanna); second declension

  1. A male member of the Alemanni tribe.


First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Masculine Feminine
Nominative Alemannus Alemanna Alemannī Alemannae
Genitive Alemannī Alemannae Alemannōrum Alemannārum
Dative Alemannō Alemannīs Alemannīs
Accusative Alemannum Alemannam Alemannōs Alemannās
Ablative Alemannō Alemannā Alemannīs Alemannīs
Vocative Alemanne Alemanna Alemannī Alemannae

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Alemannus m (genitive Alemannī); second declension

  1. A Latin agnomen.


Second-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative Alemannus Alemannī
Genitive Alemannī Alemannōrum
Dative Alemannō Alemannīs
Accusative Alemannum Alemannōs
Ablative Alemannō Alemannīs
Vocative Alemanne Alemannī