talentum

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek τάλαντον ‎(tálanton, a weight; talent), from Proto-Indo-European *tl̥h₂ent-, from *telh₂-.

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talentum n ‎(genitive talentī); second declension

  1. A Grecian weight, which contained sixty minae or half a hundredweight.
  2. A talent or sum of money; usually the Attic talent (sometimes with magnum).
  3. (New Latin) A marked natural skill or ability

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative talentum talenta
genitive talentī talentōrum
dative talentō talentīs
accusative talentum talenta
ablative talentō talentīs
vocative talentum talenta

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