congius

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congius ‎(plural congii)

  1. An ancient Roman liquid measure, being six sextarii or one eighth of an amphora; also used as a weight measure during the reign of Vespasian, being the weight of that volume of water.

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congius m ‎(genitive congii); second declension

  1. congius

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Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative congius congiī
genitive congiī congiōrum
dative congiō congiīs
accusative congium congiōs
ablative congiō congiīs
vocative congie congiī

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