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cȳcnus m (genitive cȳcnī); second declension

  1. swan


Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative cȳcnus cȳcnī
genitive cȳcnī cȳcnōrum
dative cȳcnō cȳcnīs
accusative cȳcnum cȳcnōs
ablative cȳcnō cȳcnīs
vocative cȳcne cȳcnī


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