Volsci

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From the Latin Volscī.

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Volsci

  1. (historical) An ancient Italic people and culture from the first century of the Roman republic.

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Etymology[edit]

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Volscī m ‎(genitive Volscōrum); second declension

  1. Volsci, Volscians

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Second declension.

Number Plural
nominative Volscī
genitive Volscōrum
dative Volscīs
accusative Volscōs
ablative Volscīs
vocative Volscī

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