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sicilis

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EtymologyEdit

Unknown, of uncertain origin; possibly from secō (cut) or sīca (a curved dagger, poniard).

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NounEdit

sīcīlis f (genitive sīcīlis); third declension

  1. an instrument for cutting; sword, sickle

InflectionEdit

Third declension i-stem.

Number Singular Plural
nominative sīcīlis sīcīlēs
genitive sīcīlis sīcīlium
dative sīcīlī sīcīlibus
accusative sīcīlem sīcīlēs
sīcīlīs
ablative sīcīle sīcīlibus
vocative sīcīlis sīcīlēs

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