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From earlier auctumnus, of unclear ultimate origin:

Possibly influenced by auctus (enriched, enlarged, ample).



autumnus m (genitive autumnī); second declension

  1. autumn, fall


Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative autumnus autumnī
genitive autumnī autumnōrum
dative autumnō autumnīs
accusative autumnum autumnōs
ablative autumnō autumnīs
vocative autumne autumnī


autumnus (feminine autumna, neuter autumnum); first/second declension

  1. autumn (attributive), autumnal


First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative autumnus autumna autumnum autumnī autumnae autumna
genitive autumnī autumnae autumnī autumnōrum autumnārum autumnōrum
dative autumnō autumnō autumnīs
accusative autumnum autumnam autumnum autumnōs autumnās autumna
ablative autumnō autumnā autumnō autumnīs
vocative autumne autumna autumnum autumnī autumnae autumna



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