venum

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Etymology[edit]

Possibly from Proto-Indo-European *wes-(to sell, buy); see also Ancient Greek ὦνος(ônos), ὠνέομαι(ōnéomai, to buy), Sanskrit वस्नयति(vasnayati, to haggle), वस्न(vasna, price).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

vēnum m ‎(accusative)

  1. something for sale, something to sell

Inflection[edit]

Fourth or second declension. Attested only in the dative and accusative singular forms.

Case Singular
nominative
genitive
dative vēnuī
vēnō
accusative vēnum
ablative
vocative

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