Aethiops

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek Αἰθίοψ ‎(Aithíops), from αἴθω ‎(aíthō, burn) + ὤψ ‎(ṓps, face)

Proper nounEdit

Aethiops m ‎(genitive Aethiopis); second declension

  1. Any of dark-skinned peoples living in Upper Egypt or beyond.
  2. Ethiopian
  3. Negro

InflectionEdit

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative Aethiops Aethiopēs
genitive Aethiopis Aethiopum
dative Aethiopī Aethiopibus
accusative Aethiopem Aethiopēs
ablative Aethiope Aethiopibus
vocative Aethiops Aethiopēs
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