canticum

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Etymology[edit]

cantus (song”, “chant”, “singing”, “incantation) +‎ -icus (suffix forming neuter nouns)

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Noun[edit]

canticum n (genitive canticī); second declension

  1. song
  2. passage in a comedy chanted or sung
  3. sing-song voice
  4. lampoon or libelous song
  5. incantation or magic formula

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative canticum cantica
genitive canticī canticōrum
dative canticō canticīs
accusative canticum cantica
ablative canticō canticīs
vocative canticum cantica

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