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sculptūra caelāta satyrī (carved relief of a satyr)


From Ancient Greek σάτυρος ‎(sáturos).



satyrus m ‎(genitive satyrī); second declension

  1. satyr, faun
    Satyrus saltaverat.
    The satyr danced.


Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative satyrus satyrī
genitive satyrī satyrōrum
dative satyrō satyrīs
accusative satyrum satyrōs
ablative satyrō satyrīs
vocative satyre satyrī

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satyrus m ‎(feminine satyra, neuter satyrum); first/second declension

  1. (New Latin) satyr-like


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