Hibericus

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From the Ancient Greek Ἰβηρῐκός (Ibērikós), from Ἴβηρ (Íbēr), whence Hibēr.

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Hibēricus (feminine Hibērica, neuter Hibēricum, adverb Hibēricē); first/second-declension adjective

  1. Iberian, Iberic (of or pertaining to Hibērēs)
    1. Iberic, Spanish (of or pertaining to the inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula of southwestern Europe)
    2. Iberic, Georgian (of or pertaining to the inhabitants of Caucasian Iberia)
      1. (New Latin) uttered or written in the Kartvelian language Georgian
        • 1967, Joseph Molitor, Glossarium Latinum–Ibericum–Graecum in quattuor Evangelia et Actus Apostolorum et in Epistolas Catholicas necnon in Apocalypsim antiquioris versionis Ibericae (Corpus scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium: Subsidia XXX–XXXII), ISSN 0070‒0444, main title

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First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative Hibēricus Hibērica Hibēricum Hibēricī Hibēricae Hibērica
Genitive Hibēricī Hibēricae Hibēricī Hibēricōrum Hibēricārum Hibēricōrum
Dative Hibēricō Hibēricō Hibēricīs
Accusative Hibēricum Hibēricam Hibēricum Hibēricōs Hibēricās Hibērica
Ablative Hibēricō Hibēricā Hibēricō Hibēricīs
Vocative Hibērice Hibērica Hibēricum Hibēricī Hibēricae Hibērica

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