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Thebae

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Etymology

From Ancient Greek Θῆβαι (Thēbai).

Proper noun

Thēbae (genitive Thēbārum, locative Thēbīs); f pl, first declension

  1. Thebes
  2. vocative of Thebae

Inflection

nominative Thēbae
genitive Thēbārum
dative Thēbīs
accusative Thēbās
ablative Thēbīs
vocative Thēbae
locative Thēbīs

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References

  • Thebae” in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short (1879), A Latin Dictionary (Oxford: Clarendon Press)

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