vannus

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Etymology[edit]

For Proto-Italic *vatnus, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂weh₁-(to blow). Confer with the diminutive vatillum. Cognate with Latin ventus, Ancient Greek ἄημι(áēmi), Middle High German winden(to winnow), Icelandic vinsa(to pick out, weed), English winnow.

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Noun[edit]

vannus f ‎(genitive vanni); second declension

  1. a winnowing basket

Inflection[edit]

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative vannus vannī
genitive vannī vannōrum
dative vannō vannīs
accusative vannum vannōs
ablative vannō vannīs
vocative vanne vannī

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