mataxa

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Etymology[edit]

Compare Ancient Greek μέταξα(métaxa).

Noun[edit]

mataxa f ‎(genitive mataxae); first declension

  1. raw silk
  2. thick string or thread

Inflection[edit]

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative mataxa mataxae
genitive mataxae mataxārum
dative mataxae mataxīs
accusative mataxam mataxās
ablative mataxā mataxīs
vocative mataxa mataxae

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