Antinous

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See also: Antinoüs

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From the Ancient Greek Ἀντίνοος (Antínoos).

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Antinous

  1. (historical) A Bithynian Greek youth and lover of Roman Emperor Hadrian.
  2. (historical, astronomy) A constellation created by the emperor Hadrian, now considered by astronomers to be a part of Aquila.

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From the Ancient Greek Ἀντίνοος (Antínoos).

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Antinous m (genitive Antinoī); second declension

  1. Antinous (Emperor Hadrian’s lover)
  2. (astronomy) Antinous (astronomical constellation)

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Second declension.

Case Singular
nominative Antinous
genitive Antinoī
dative Antinoō
accusative Antinoum
ablative Antinoō
vocative Antinoe

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