Respublica

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German[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin rēspūblica. Doublet of Republik.

Noun[edit]

Respublica f (genitive Reipublicae or Respublicae or Respublica)

  1. (obsolete) republic, state

Usage notes[edit]

  • The inflections with uninflected Res (in the singular with genitive Respublicae, dative Respublicae, accusative Respublicam, ablative Respublica) and with uninflected singular (in all singular cases Respublica) are rare.