sonus medius

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin sonus medius (intermediate sound).

Noun[edit]

sonus medius

  1. A special central vowel occurring in the Latin language, [ɨ] or possibly [ʉ], that developed from earlier /u/ in non-initial syllables due to vowel reduction in Old Latin.

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Latin[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

sonus medius m (genitive sonī mediī or sonī medī); second declension

  1. sonus medius

Declension[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative sonus medius sonī mediī
genitive sonī mediī
sonī medī
sonōrum mediōrum
dative sonō mediō sonīs mediīs
accusative sonum medium sonōs mediōs
ablative sonō mediō sonīs mediīs
vocative sone medī sonī mediī