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EtymologyEdit

Proposed by some to be for *prōpatrius, thus from prō- + pater, meaning "from one's forefathers". Confer with Ancient Greek προπάτωρ ‎(propátōr, forefather).

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AdjectiveEdit

prōprius m ‎(feminine prōpria, neuter prōprium); first/second declension

  1. own, individual
  2. special, particular, characteristic

InflectionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative prōprius prōpria prōprium prōpriī prōpriae prōpria
genitive prōpriī prōpriae prōpriī prōpriōrum prōpriārum prōpriōrum
dative prōpriō prōpriō prōpriīs
accusative prōprium prōpriam prōprium prōpriōs prōpriās prōpria
ablative prōpriō prōpriā prōpriō prōpriīs
vocative prōprie prōpria prōprium prōpriī prōpriae prōpria

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