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casus

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Pronunciation

Noun

casus m. (plural casi or casussen, diminutive casusje)

  1. case, occurence, instance, especially used for a reference or teaching example and for a legal case
  2. coincidence
  3. (grammar) case, (instance of) grammatical case

Synonyms


Latin

Etymology

From cadere

Adjective

casus m. (feminine casa, neuter casum); first/second declension

  1. having fallen; perfect passive participle of cadere, fall.

Noun

casus (genitive casī); m, second declension

  1. case, happening, instance; literally that which has fallen; substantive use of the adjective

Descendants


Turkish

Etymology

From Arabic

Noun

casus

  1. spy

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