romanicus

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Etymology[edit]

From rōmānus.

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rōmānicus m (feminine rōmānica, neuter rōmānicum); first/second declension

  1. Roman; made in Rome.
  2. Romance

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative rōmānicus rōmānica rōmānicum rōmānicī rōmānicae rōmānica
genitive rōmānicī rōmānicae rōmānicī rōmānicōrum rōmānicārum rōmānicōrum
dative rōmānicō rōmānicō rōmānicīs
accusative rōmānicum rōmānicam rōmānicum rōmānicōs rōmānicās rōmānica
ablative rōmānicō rōmānicā rōmānicō rōmānicīs
vocative rōmānice rōmānica rōmānicum rōmānicī rōmānicae rōmānica

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