lagena

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lagena ‎(plural lagenas or lagenae or lagenæ)

  1. (anatomy) The upper part of the cochlear duct.
  2. A similar structure, shaped like a flask, that is a hearing organ in some vertebrates.

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Etymology[edit]

A borrowing from Ancient Greek λάγηνος(lágēnos, flask, pitcher).

Noun[edit]

lagēna f ‎(genitive lagēnae); first declension

  1. large earthenware vessel
  2. flask, flagon

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First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative lagēna lagēnae
genitive lagēnae lagēnārum
dative lagēnae lagēnīs
accusative lagēnam lagēnās
ablative lagēnā lagēnīs
vocative lagēna lagēnae

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