"omnia" meaning in Latin

Adjective

IPA: /ˈom.ni.a/ [Classical], [ˈɔmniä] [Classical], /ˈom.ni.a/ [Ecclesiastical], [ˈɔmniɑ] [Ecclesiastical] Audio: la-cls-omnia.ogg [Classical]
  1. nominative neuter plural of omnis Tags: form-of, neuter, nominative, plural Form of: omnis
  2. accusative neuter plural of omnis Tags: accusative, form-of, neuter, plural Form of: omnis
  3. vocative neuter plural of omnis Tags: form-of, neuter, plural, vocative Form of: omnis
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Latin neuter nouns in the third declension, Latin pluralia tantum

Noun

Forms: omnium [genitive] IPA: /ˈom.ni.a/ [Classical], [ˈɔmniä] [Classical], /ˈom.ni.a/ [Ecclesiastical], [ˈɔmniɑ] [Ecclesiastical] Audio: la-cls-omnia.ogg [Classical]
  1. all things, everything Tags: neuter, plural, third-declension
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Latin neuter nouns in the third declension, Latin pluralia tantum

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