dies Dominica

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Etymology[edit]

From diēs ‎(day) + dominicus ‎(of the Lord).

Pronunciation[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

diēs Dominica f ‎(genitive diēī Dominicae); fifth declension

  1. Sunday

Declension[edit]

Fifth declension.
First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative diēs Dominica diēs Dominicae
genitive diēī Dominicae diērum Dominicārum
dative diēī Dominicae diēbus Dominicīs
accusative diem Dominicam diēs Dominicās
ablative diē Dominicā diēbus Dominicīs
vocative diēs Dominica diēs Dominicae

Descendants[edit]

Through Vulgar Latin *Dominica(m) die(m):

Through Vulgar Latin *dominicu(m) / *die(m) Dominicu(m):

Through Vulgar Latin *dominica(m):

Through shortened Vulgar Latin *die(m)minica:

Borrowed:

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