robigo

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Etymology[edit]

From robus, rubeus ‎(red, reddish), compare ferrūgō ‎(iron rust), albūgō ‎(leucoma), aerūgō ‎(verdigris), aurūgō ‎(jaundice), fūlīgō ‎(lampblack, soot).

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rōbīgō f ‎(genitive rōbīginis); third declension

  1. rust (on metals)
  2. mildew, rust (on plants)

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative rōbīgō rōbīginēs
genitive rōbīginis rōbīginum
dative rōbīginī rōbīginibus
accusative rōbīginem rōbīginēs
ablative rōbīgine rōbīginibus
vocative rōbīgō rōbīginēs

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