furtum

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Etymology[edit]

Derived from Latin fūr (thief). Cognate to Ancient Greek φώρ (phṓr, thief).

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fūrtum n (genitive fūrtī); second declension

  1. theft

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Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative fūrtum fūrta
Genitive fūrtī fūrtōrum
Dative fūrtō fūrtīs
Accusative fūrtum fūrta
Ablative fūrtō fūrtīs
Vocative fūrtum fūrta

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