"monedula" meaning in All languages combined

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Noun [Latin]

IPA: /moˈneː.du.la/ [Classical], [mɔˈneːd̪ʊɫ̪ä] [Classical], /moˈne.du.la/ [Ecclesiastical], [moˈnɛːd̪ulä] [Ecclesiastical]
Etymology: Said to mean "money-eating," from monēta (“money”) + -ula, connected to the greed of Arne of Thrace, but this has been dismissed as folk etymology. The variant monerula is used by Plautus, displaying an Umbrian sound influence. Etymology templates: {{m|la|monēta||money}} monēta (“money”), {{m|la|-ula}} -ula, {{w|Plautus}} Plautus, {{der|la|xum|-}} Umbrian Head templates: {{la-noun|monēdula<1>}} monēdula f (genitive monēdulae); first declension Inflection templates: {{la-ndecl|monēdula<1>}} Forms: monēdula [canonical, feminine], monēdulae [genitive], [table-tags], monēdula [nominative, singular], monēdulae [nominative, plural], monēdulae [genitive, singular], monēdulārum [genitive, plural], monēdulae [dative, singular], monēdulīs [dative, plural], monēdulam [accusative, singular], monēdulās [accusative, plural], monēdulā [ablative, singular], monēdulīs [ablative, plural], monēdula [singular, vocative], monēdulae [plural, vocative]
  1. jackdaw (daw) Wikipedia link: Plautus Tags: declension-1 Categories (lifeform): Corvids
    Sense id: monedula-la-noun-r5Oy6mG. Categories (other): Latin feminine nouns in the first declension

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