Graecus

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek Γραικός (Graikós).

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graecus (feminine graeca, neuter graecum); first/second declension

  1. Greek, Grecian, of or pertaining to the Greek people.
    • 1736. Henrici Stephani de abusu linguae graecae in quibusdam vocibus quas latina usurpat admonitio. Io. Henr. Kromayeri adnotationibus nondum editis instructam denuo publicavit Frider. Guiliel. Roloffius, in the praefatio:
      Graecum est, non legitur.
      It's Greek, it cannot be read.
  2. (masculine substantive) A Greek (person)

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative graecus graeca graecum graecī graecae graeca
genitive graecī graecae graecī graecōrum graecārum graecōrum
dative graecō graecō graecīs
accusative graecum graecam graecum graecōs graecās graeca
ablative graecō graecā graecō graecīs
vocative graece graeca graecum graecī graecae graeca

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