africanus

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Etymology[edit]

From noun Āfrica a noun elliptic of "terra Africa", feminine form of āfricus, from the name of the Āfri (singular Afer), a tribal people of the area near Carthage, with addition of the suffix -icus suffix, + second adjective suffix -anus.

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āfricānus m ‎(feminine āfricāna, neuter āfricānum); first/second declension

  1. African

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative āfricānus āfricāna āfricānum āfricānī āfricānae āfricāna
genitive āfricānī āfricānae āfricānī āfricānōrum āfricānārum āfricānōrum
dative āfricānō āfricānō āfricānīs
accusative āfricānum āfricānam āfricānum āfricānōs āfricānās āfricāna
ablative āfricānō āfricānā āfricānō āfricānīs
vocative āfricāne āfricāna āfricānum āfricānī āfricānae āfricāna

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