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EtymologyEdit

From sacer ‎(sacred, holy).

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NounEdit

sacricola m ‎(genitive sacricolae); first declension

  1. Someone who conducts a sacrifice, sacrificer, sacrificing priest.
  2. Someone who frequents sacrifices, worshipper.

InflectionEdit

First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative sacricola sacricolae
genitive sacricolae sacricolārum
dative sacricolae sacricolīs
accusative sacricolam sacricolās
ablative sacricolā sacricolīs
vocative sacricola sacricolae

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