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NounEdit

ludibrium ‎(plural ludibria)

  1. (archaic, formal) A plaything or trivial game.
  2. (archaic, formal) A laughing stock.

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EtymologyEdit

From ludus(game), related to ludo(I mock).

NounEdit

lūdībrium n ‎(genitive lūdībriī); second declension

  1. mockery, derision
  2. wantonness
  3. laughing stock

InflectionEdit

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative lūdībrium lūdībria
genitive lūdībriī lūdībriōrum
dative lūdībriō lūdībriīs
accusative lūdībrium lūdībria
ablative lūdībriō lūdībriīs
vocative lūdībrium lūdībria

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