ludibrium

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Etymology[edit]

From ludus ‎(game), related to ludo ‎(I mock).

Noun[edit]

lūdībrium n ‎(genitive lūdībriī); second declension

  1. mockery, derision
  2. wantonness
  3. laughing stock

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative lūdībrium lūdībria
genitive lūdībriī lūdībriōrum
dative lūdībriō lūdībriīs
accusative lūdībrium lūdībria
ablative lūdībriō lūdībriīs
vocative lūdībrium lūdībria

Descendants[edit]