Smalcius

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Etymology[edit]

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Proper noun[edit]

Smalcius m (genitive Smalciī); second declension

  1. A surname​ — famously held by:
    1. Valentinus Smalcius (1572–1622), German Socinian theologian
      • 1598, Johann Friedrich Köber (author of the original), Friedrich August Ferber (expanding contributor), Diſſertatiunculæ de Sangvine Jeſu Chriſti, dissertatiuncula XXIV, pages 334–335:
        Neque enim leviter errant ex Photinianis Chriſtophorus Oſtorodus (e) ſtatuere non veritus, Chriſtum non ulterius carnem & ſangvinem habere, ſicut prius habuerit, qvàm ipſum Deus exaltarit, & ſociennus Valent. Smalcius (f) aſſerens, Chriſtum in cœlo eſſe maculatum, pollutum & imperfectum, quoad eſſentiam & naturam, ſi ſangvinem habeat: ne dicam nunc alios, quid Chriſtum, jam adſidentem Patris dextræ, tanquam unum ex Homericis (g) Diis, ἀναίμονα faciunt.

Declension[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular
nominative Smalcius
genitive Smalciī
Smalcī1
dative Smalciō
accusative Smalcium
ablative Smalciō
vocative Smalcī

1Found in older Latin (until the Augustan Age).