angiportus

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Etymology[edit]

From angustus ‎(narrow) and portus ‎(entrance)

Noun[edit]

angiportus m ‎(genitive angiportūs); fourth declension

  1. alley, lane (narrow street)

Declension[edit]

Fourth declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative angiportus angiportūs
genitive angiportūs angiportuum
dative angiportuī angiportibus
accusative angiportum angiportūs
ablative angiportū angiportibus
vocative angiportus angiportūs

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