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From mūnus (duty; service) +‎ -ceps (taker)



mūniceps c (genitive mūnicipis); third declension

  1. citizen (of a municipium)


Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative mūniceps mūnicipēs
genitive mūnicipis mūnicipum
dative mūnicipī mūnicipibus
accusative mūnicipem mūnicipēs
ablative mūnicipe mūnicipibus
vocative mūniceps mūnicipēs


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