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From con- +‎ *vexus.

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Particularly: “Source for probable existence of *vexus? Traditional derivation is from convehō. Similar for dēvēxus.”



convexus m ‎(feminine convexa, neuter convexum); first/second declension

  1. vaulted, arched, rounded
  2. convex or concave (depending on context)
  3. inclined (sloping downwards)


First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative convexus convexa convexum convexī convexae convexa
genitive convexī convexae convexī convexōrum convexārum convexōrum
dative convexō convexō convexīs
accusative convexum convexam convexum convexōs convexās convexa
ablative convexō convexā convexō convexīs
vocative convexe convexa convexum convexī convexae convexa