Iracum

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Proper noun[edit]

Irācum

  1. (New Latin) Iraq
    • 1660, Johannis Jonstoni, Doctoris Medici, Polyhistor, seu Rerum ab ...:
      DE PERSIA multa in Antemonarchicis non habentur. In Abrahami tamen tempora ponit Elmacinus in Oriente Regem Coresch, qui Asmisatum, Claudiam, & Iracum exstruxerit; nec non reginam Chalib seu Gerabib, quæ Nisibin & Rohan ædificarit, imaginemque auream, cognomento Sin seu Nesibin, in medio templi Charris collocatam, omnibus Charræis adorandam proposuerit, quam postea Baaksamsin Rex Iraci, amore Talbin uxoris Regis [...]
    • 1756, Johann Faccius, Commentatio theol. prophet. de magno ecclesiae Christianae incremento, page 6:
      ... hodie Diarbecum, Assyria, seu Curdistanum, Chaldaea, seu Iracum.
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    • 1782, Iacobus Georgius Christianus Adler, Museum Cuficum Borgianum Velitris, Rome, page 23:
      Aucto eorum imperio variis de Arabia & Syria victoriis, regnum ita inter se diviserunt, ut ramus eorum unus Persiam, Iracum Arabicum, Cuzistan, Oman, Musul, Diarbeker obtineret, alius Bagdadum, tertius Irac-adgem gubernaret.
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Declension[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular
Nominative Irācum
Genitive Irācī
Dative Irācō
Accusative Irācum
Ablative Irācō
Vocative

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