dioecesis

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek διοίκησις (dioíkēsis, internal administration).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

dioecēsis f (genitive dioecēsis or dioecēseōs or dioecēsios); third declension

  1. diocese

Declension[edit]

Third declension, Greek type, with some i-stem forms.

Number Singular Plural
nominative dioecēsis dioecēsēs
dioecēseis
dioecēsies
genitive dioecēsis
dioecēseōs
dioecēsios
dioecēseōn
dioecēsiōn
dioecēsium
dative dioecēsī
dioecēsei
dioecēsibus
dioecēsesi
accusative dioecēsin
dioecēsim
dioecēsem
dioecēsēs
dioecēseis
dioecēsīs
dioecēsias
ablative dioecēsī
dioecēsei
dioecēsibus
dioecēsesi
vocative diaeresi
diaeresis
dioecēsēs
dioecēseis
dioecēsies
  • In older New Latin the genitive is also spelled with the Greek letter omega as dioecēseωs in the singular and dioecēseωn in the plural.

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