haeresis

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek αἵρεσις ‎(haíresis).

Noun[edit]

haeresis f ‎(genitive haeresis or haereseos or haeresios); third declension

  1. sect
  2. heresy

Inflection[edit]

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The genitive singular also ends in -eos and -ios, genitive plural could also end in -eon and -ion (at least the words haereseon and haeresion can be found). Also at least genitive singular in -eos should be old (Classical or Late Latin).

Third declension, alternative accusative singular in -im, alternative ablative singular in and accusative plural in -īs.

Case Singular Plural
nominative haeresis haeresēs
genitive haeresis haeresium
dative haeresī haeresibus
accusative haeresem
haeresim
haeresēs
haeresīs
ablative haerese
haeresī
haeresibus
vocative haeresis haeresēs

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