Sclavus

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EtymologyEdit

Late and Medieval Latin. From Byzantine Greek Σκλάβος ‎(Sklábos), probably from earlier Σλαβῆνος ‎(Slabênos), from plural Σλαβῆνοι ‎(Slabênoi), from Proto-Slavic *slověne (plural; the singular form Proto-Slavic *slověninъ is derived from it).

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NounEdit

Sclavus m ‎(genitive Sclavī); second declension

  1. a Slav
    • 1489ARec 1236 (published in the Słownik Staropolskich Nazw Osobowych, under the name Sclawus)
      In causa [] Nicolai Sclavi, seruitoris burse Vngarorum []

InflectionEdit

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative Sclavus Sclavī
genitive Sclavī Sclavōrum
dative Sclavō Sclavīs
accusative Sclavum Sclavōs
ablative Sclavō Sclavīs
vocative Sclave Sclavī

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