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EtymologyEdit

From robus, rubeus(red, reddish), compare ferrūgō(iron rust), albūgō(leucoma), aerūgō(verdigris), aurūgō(jaundice), fūlīgō(lampblack, soot).

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rōbīgō f ‎(genitive rōbīginis); third declension

  1. rust (on metals)
  2. mildew, rust (on plants)

InflectionEdit

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative rōbīgō rōbīginēs
genitive rōbīginis rōbīginum
dative rōbīginī rōbīginibus
accusative rōbīginem rōbīginēs
ablative rōbīgine rōbīginibus
vocative rōbīgō rōbīginēs

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