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Chaos

See also: chaos

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Chaos n

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Amoebidae — several very large amoebae.

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Chaos n (genitive Chaos, no plural)

  1. chaos

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Chaos m (genitive Chaī); second declension

  1. Hell, the Underworld
  2. the shapeless primordial universe

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Second declension, Greek type.

Number Singular Plural
nominative Chaos Chaī
genitive Chaī Chaōrum
dative Chaō Chaīs
accusative Chaon
Chaum
Chaōs
ablative Chaō Chaīs
vocative Chae Chaī