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English

Etymology

Abbreviation of amicus curiae.

Noun

Singular
amicus

Plural
amici

amicus (amici)
  1. (law, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) Someone not a party to a case who submits a brief and/or presents oral argument in that case.

Synonyms


Latin

Etymology

From amō (love) + -ic adjective ending, used as substantive

Noun

amīcus (genitive amīcī); m, second declension

  1. friend

Inflection

Second declension (2).

Number Singular Plural
nominative amīcus amīcī
genitive amīcī amīcōrum
dative amīcō amīcīs
accusative amīcum amīcōs
ablative amīcō amīcīs
vocative amīce amīcī

Adjective

amīcus m. (feminine amīca, neuter amīcum); first/second declension

  1. friendly, amicable.

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative amīcus amīca amīcum amīcī amīcae amīca
genitive amīcī amīcae amīcī amīcōrum amīcārum amīcōrum
dative amīcō amīcae amīcō amīcīs amīcīs amīcīs
accusative amīcum amīcam amīcum amīcōs amīcās amīca
ablative amīcō amīcā amīcō amīcīs amīcīs amīcīs
vocative amīce amīca amīcum amīcī amīcae amīca

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