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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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