carabina

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Noun[edit]

carabina f (plural carabine)

  1. carbine, rifle

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Latin[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From French carabine.

Noun[edit]

carabīna f (genitive carabīnae); first declension

  1. (New Latin) carbine

Declension[edit]

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative carabīna carabīnae
genitive carabīnae carabīnārum
dative carabīnae carabīnīs
accusative carabīnam carabīnās
ablative carabīnā carabīnīs
vocative carabīna carabīnae

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Etymology[edit]

From French carabine (carbine), from carabin (dragoon), from regional escarrabin (grave digger), from Middle French scarabée, from Latin scarabaeus (beetle), from Ancient Greek κάραβος (kárabos, beetle).

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Noun[edit]

carabina f (plural carabinas)

  1. carbine (short firearm)
  2. rifle

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Spanish[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ka̠.ɾa̠.ˈbi.na̠/

Etymology[edit]

From French carabine (carbine), -> carabin -> escarrabin (grave digger) -> scarabée, from Latin scarabaeus (beetle), from Ancient Greek κάραβος (kárabos, beetle).

Noun[edit]

carabina m (plural carabinas)

  1. carbine (short firearm)
  2. rifle

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