incisor

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Borrowing from New Latin incīsor, from incīdō (to cut into, cut through) +‎ -tor (-er, -or, agent noun suffix).

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incisor (plural incisors)

  1. (anatomy, zootomy) A narrow-edged tooth at the front of the mouth of mammals, between the canines and adapted for cutting; in humans there are four in each jaw.

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From incīdō (to cut into, cut through) +‎ -tor (-er, -or, agent noun suffix).

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NounEdit

incīsor m (genitive incīsōris); third declension (New Latin)

  1. (anatomy, zootomy) incisor
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InflectionEdit

Third-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative incīsor incīsōrēs
Genitive incīsōris incīsōrum
Dative incīsōrī incīsōribus
Accusative incīsōrem incīsōrēs
Ablative incīsōre incīsōribus
Vocative incīsor incīsōrēs

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  • English: incisor