What does male mean in Latin

fīlius (Latin)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

fi | lius, Plural: fi | lii
Word meaning / definition:
1) male descendant: son
2) in the plural (also): the children
Female word forms:
1) filia
Origin of the term:
from the unused form * fēlios, which is derived from the verb felare "to suck"
1) natus, puer
2) liberi, progenies
Opposite words:
1) mater, pater
Application examples:
1) "IbiOrgetorigisfiliaatqueunus [e)] filiis captus est. "
1) “In reliquis vitae institutis hoc fere [ab)] reliquis differunt, quodsuosliberos, nisi cum adoleverunt, utmunus militiae sustinere possint, palam adseadirenonpatiunturfiliumquepueriliaetatein publico in conspectu patris adsistere turpe ducunt. "
Reduced forms:
1) filiolus


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Practical example sentences

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Qualis pater, talis filius.
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Puer, quem vides, est filius meus.
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Pompeii filius maior occisus est, minor fugit.
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Luci, filius do sum.
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Quot annos filius tuus natus est?
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Quid filius tuus facit?
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Father et filius eius valde similes sunt.
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Vir minus libi habet quam filius eius.
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Tuusne filius est, Elizabetha?
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Nepos meus est filius filii mei.
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Entries from our dictionary containing "filius":

son: Son (German) part of speech: noun, (male) cases: nominative: singular the son; Plural the sons genitive: singular of the son (s); Plural of sons dative: singular to son (s); Plural ...

syn:… (Adoptive son), nevlastní syn (stepson) Derived words: synovský Translations German: son (male) English: son Latin: filius (male) Polish: syn…

abdicare: abdicare (Italian) Part of speech: Verb Hyphenation: ab | di | ca | re Pronunciation / stress: IPA: [abdiˈka: re] Word meaning / definition: 1) abdanken 2) renounce translations ...

fils:… Hereditary word documented since the 10th century, which comes from the Latin filius; It is thus etymologically related to Catalan fil, Occitan filh, Italian ...

υἱός:… English: son French: fils (male) Italian: figlio (male) Latin: filius (male) Polish: syn (male) Spanish: hijo (male) Czech: syn…

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