conubium

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Etymology[edit]

From com- + nūbō ‎(I marry).

Noun[edit]

cōnūbium n ‎(genitive cōnūbiī); second declension

  1. marriage, wedlock
  2. (in the plural) ceremony of marriage
  3. (poetic) sexual union; confer coniugium
  4. (of plants) an engrafting

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Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative cōnūbium cōnūbia
genitive cōnūbiī cōnūbiōrum
dative cōnūbiō cōnūbiīs
accusative cōnūbium cōnūbia
ablative cōnūbiō cōnūbiīs
vocative cōnūbium cōnūbia

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