ambulacrum

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin ambulacrum, from ambulō ‎(walk; travel).

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ambulacrum ‎(plural ambulacrums or ambulacra)

  1. (of an echinoderm) A row of pores for the protrusion of appendages such as tube feet.

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Etymology[edit]

From ambulō ‎(walk; travel).

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Noun[edit]

ambulācrum n ‎(genitive ambulācrī); second declension

  1. A place for walking, a walk or promenade planted with trees (often near a house).

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Second declension neuter.

Number Singular Plural
nominative ambulācrum ambulācra
genitive ambulācrī ambulācrōrum
dative ambulācrō ambulācrīs
accusative ambulācrum ambulācra
ablative ambulācrō ambulācrīs
vocative ambulācrum ambulācra

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