See also: Iulius

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Etymology edit

From Iūlius (Julius), the gens of Julius Caesar. The month quīntīlis was renamed after Julius Caesar in 44 BC.

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iūlius (feminine iūlia, neuter iūlium); first/second-declension adjective

  1. Of July, the fifth month of the Roman calendar.

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In Latin, the month names are also used as adjectives modifying mensis.

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First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative iūlius iūlia iūlium iūliī iūliae iūlia
Genitive iūliī iūliae iūliī iūliōrum iūliārum iūliōrum
Dative iūliō iūliō iūliīs
Accusative iūlium iūliam iūlium iūliōs iūliās iūlia
Ablative iūliō iūliā iūliō iūliīs
Vocative iūlie iūlia iūlium iūliī iūliae iūlia

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