Danaus

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See also: Danaüs

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Danaus m

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Nymphalidae – called tigers, milkweeds, monarchs, wanderers, and queens.
  2. A taxonomic subgenus within the genus Danaus – that includes Danaus plexippus.

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From Latin Danaus, from Ancient Greek Δᾰνᾰός.

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Danaus

  1. (Greek mythology) a mythical Egyptian king who founded Argos

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From Ancient Greek Δᾰνᾰός (Danaós).

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Danaus m (genitive Danaī); second declension

  1. Danaus, a mythical Egyptian king who founded Argos

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Second declension.

Case Singular
nominative Danaus
genitive Danaī
dative Danaō
accusative Danaum
ablative Danaō
vocative Danae

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Danaus (feminine Danaa, neuter Danaum); first/second declension

  1. belonging to Danaus
  2. related to the Argives
  3. Greek, Grecian

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative Danaus Danaa Danaum Danaī Danaae Danaa
genitive Danaī Danaae Danaī Danaōrum Danaārum Danaōrum
dative Danaō Danaō Danaīs
accusative Danaum Danaam Danaum Danaōs Danaās Danaa
ablative Danaō Danaā Danaō Danaīs
vocative Danae Danaa Danaum Danaī Danaae Danaa

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