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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek κενταύρειον (kentaúreion, several plants related to Centaurea), from κένταυρος (kéntauros, centaur) (due to the mythological discovery of its medicinal properties by Chiron the Centaur).

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NounEdit

centaurēum n (genitive centaurēī); second declension

  1. (with maius) Centaurea centaurium
  2. (with minus) Gentiana centaurium

DeclensionEdit

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative centaurēum centaurēa
Genitive centaurēī centaurēōrum
Dative centaurēō centaurēīs
Accusative centaurēum centaurēa
Ablative centaurēō centaurēīs
Vocative centaurēum centaurēa

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