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Latin

Etymology 1

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈmɛːn.sɪs/

Noun

mensis (genitive mensis); m., third declension (i-stem variant)

  1. month
Inflection

Third declension, parisyllabic i-stem variation (3:PAR).

Number Singular Plural
nominative mensis mensēs
genitive mensis mensium
dative mensī mensibus
accusative mensem mensēs 1
ablative mense mensibus
vocative mensis mensēs
1 May also be mensīs.
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Etymology 2

Noun

mēnsīs f.

  1. dative plural of mensa#Latin
  2. ablative plural of mensa#Latin

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