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NounEdit

inimi m (oblique plural inimix, nominative singular inimix, nominative plural inimi)

  1. (9th and 10th centuries) Alternative form of enemi
    • circa 881, The Sequence of St. Eulalie
      Voldrent la veintre li Deo inimi
      The enemies of God wanted to kill her
    • circa 980, La Vie de Saint Léger
      Ja fud tels om, Deu inimix

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin inimīcus, from in- (not) + amīcus (friend) (compare ami).

NounEdit

inimi m (plural inimis)

  1. enemy

TurkishEdit

NounEdit

inimi

  1. first-person singular simple present possessive accusative of in