bellator

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From bellō(wage or carry out war; fight), from bellum(war).

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bellātor m ‎(genitive bellātōris); third declension

  1. warrior, soldier, fighter

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative bellātor bellātōrēs
genitive bellātōris bellātōrum
dative bellātōrī bellātōribus
accusative bellātōrem bellātōrēs
ablative bellātōre bellātōribus
vocative bellātor bellātōrēs

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