vitula

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Etymology[edit]

From Sabine Vitula, Roman goddess of joy and victory.

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Noun[edit]

vitula f ‎(genitive vitulae); first declension

  1. a stringed musical instrument
  2. calf, young cow
  3. vocative singular of vitula

vitulā

  1. ablative singular of vitula

Inflection[edit]

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative vitula vitulae
genitive vitulae vitulārum
dative vitulae vitulīs
accusative vitulam vitulās
ablative vitulā vitulīs
vocative vitula vitulae

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