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EtymologyEdit

Two suppositions:

  • praestinguō ‎(to obscure, extinguish).
  • praestringō ‎(to blind; to blindfold; to dazzle or confuse someone)

NounEdit

praestigium n ‎(genitive praestigiī); second declension

  1. delusion, illusion
  2. magic trick

InflectionEdit

Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative praestigium praestigia
genitive praestigiī praestigiōrum
dative praestigiō praestigiīs
accusative praestigium praestigia
ablative praestigiō praestigiīs
vocative praestigium praestigia

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