scamnum

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

For *scabnum, from Proto-Italic *skaβnom, from Proto-Indo-European *skabʰ-no-m, from *skabʰ- (to hold up). Cognate with Sanskrit स्कम्भ (skambhá).

Noun[edit]

scamnum n (genitive scamnī); second declension

  1. stool, step, bench
  2. ridge (of earth formed by ploughing)
  3. breadth of a field

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative scamnum scamna
Genitive scamnī scamnōrum
Dative scamnō scamnīs
Accusative scamnum scamna
Ablative scamnō scamnīs
Vocative scamnum scamna

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