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Italian

Noun

incubo m. (plural incubi)

  1. nightmare, incubus

Descendants


Latin

Etymology

From cubō (lie down)

Verb

present active incubō, present infinitive incubāre, perfect active incubuī, supine incubitum. (no passive)
  1. I lie in or on.
  2. I sit upon to brood or hatch.
  3. I abide in; I inhabit.
  4. (figuratively) I brood over.
  5. (figuratively) I weigh upon; I am a burden to.
  6. I settle on; I attach to.

Inflection

Descendants

Noun

incubo (genitive incubōnis); m, third declension

  1. one who lies upon something
  2. a spirit who watches over buried treasure
  3. an incubus

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
nominative incubo incubōnēs
genitive incubōnis incubōnum
dative incubōnī incubōnibus
accusative incubōnem incubōnēs
ablative incubōne incubōnibus
vocative incubo incubōnēs

Synonyms

Noun

incubō

  1. dative singular of incubus
  2. ablative singular of incubus

Related terms

References

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

Spanish

Verb

incubo (infinitive: incubar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of incubar.

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