LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Italian gruppo, from Proto-Germanic *kruppaz (lump, round mass, body, crop). Compare French groupe, Spanish grupo, English group.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

grupus m (genitive grupūs); fourth declension

  1. (Renaissance Latin, New Latin) group
    • 1400-1500, Anonymous, Arte de tocar el laúd, page 343:
      Primus grupus post Alif in ipso instrumento est semythonum. Secundus grupus respondet ipsi Alif per thonum.
    • 1989, Carlos Ibáñez, Rodrigo Fernández, Catálogo de murciélagos de las colecciones del Museo Nacional de Ciencias, page 1:
      A careful study of the different grupus could make possible some other names like Rhinolopnus carpetanus, R.f.obscurus, Pipistrellus p []
    • 1635, Bartolomé Bravo, Thesaurus verborum, ac phrasium, ad orationem ex Hispana Latinam efficiendam & locupletandam:
      [] Grunnio, Gryllus, Gryphs-phis, Grupus, Gummi, Gutta, Guttur []

DeclensionEdit

Fourth-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative grupus grupūs
Genitive grupūs grupuum
Dative grupuī grupibus
Accusative grupum grupūs
Ablative grupū grupibus
Vocative grupus grupūs