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From dēlu(ō) (to cleanse) +‎ -brum, from de- + luō (I wash).



dēlūbrum n (genitive dēlūbrī); second declension

  1. a temple, shrine
  2. accusative singular of dēlūbrum
  3. vocative singular of dēlūbrum


Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative dēlūbrum dēlūbra
genitive dēlūbrī dēlūbrōrum
dative dēlūbrō dēlūbrīs
accusative dēlūbrum dēlūbra
ablative dēlūbrō dēlūbrīs
vocative dēlūbrum dēlūbra


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