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Glevum

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Latin

Etymology

From Celtic meaning ‘bright place’

Proper noun

Glēvum (genitive Glēvī, locative Glēvī); n sg, second declension

  1. Gloucester
  2. accusative of Glevum
  3. vocative of Glevum

Inflection

nominative Glēvum
genitive Glēvī
dative Glēvō
accusative Glēvum
ablative Glēvō
vocative Glēvum
locative Glēvī

References

  • 2003, A. D. Mills, A Dictionary of British Place-Names, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0198527586

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