See also: Plantago

Latin edit

Etymology edit

planta (a sprout”, “a shoot”; “a young tree or shrub that may be transplanted”, “a set”, “a slip”, “a cutting) +‎ -āgō

Pronunciation edit

Noun edit

plantāgō f (genitive plantāginis); third declension

  1. the plantain, especially the greater plantain (Plantago major)
  2. (Medieval Latin) a field or other place planted with vines, a vineyard

Declension edit

Third-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative plantāgō plantāginēs
Genitive plantāginis plantāginum
Dative plantāginī plantāginibus
Accusative plantāginem plantāginēs
Ablative plantāgine plantāginibus
Vocative plantāgō plantāginēs

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Portuguese edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Latin plantāgō. Compare the inherited doublet tanchagem.

Noun edit

plantago m or f (plural plantagos)

  1. plantain (any plant of the genus Plantago)
    Synonyms: tanchagem, tansagem, transagem