nundinae

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From nūndinus (ninth-day, adjective), implying fēriae (holyday, festival, fair), in reference to Roman market days, from their usual observance every ninth day. In Classical Latin, plural only; at least one instance of singular usage attested in Late Latin.

Noun[edit]

nūndinae f pl (genitive nūndinārum); first declension

  1. (historical) A Roman market day, occurring every ninth day.
    Synonym: nūndinae fēriae

Inflection[edit]

First declension.

Case Plural
nominative nūndinae
genitive nūndinārum
dative nūndinīs
accusative nūndinās
ablative nūndinīs
vocative nūndinae

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Adjective[edit]

nūndina

  1. nominative plural of nūndina
  2. genitive singular of nūndina
  3. dative singular of nūndina
  4. vocative plural of nūndina

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