What does male mean in Latin
Part of speech: noun, (male)Hyphenation:
- fi | lius, Plural: fi | lii
- 1) male descendant: son
- 2) in the plural (also): the children
- 1) filia
- from the unused form * fēlios, which is derived from the verb felare "to suck"
- 1) natus, puer
- 2) liberi, progenies
- 1) mater, pater
- 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. "
- 1) filiolus
- See translations at son(male)
- See translations in children
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in Latin:
„Qualis pater, talis filius.“
Tatoeba.org set example 369576
„Puer, quem vides, est filius meus.“
Tatoeba.org set example 682830
„Pompeii filius maior occisus est, minor fugit.“
Tatoeba.org set example 712723
„Luci, filius do sum.“
Tatoeba.org set example 1011105
„Quot annos filius tuus natus est?“
Tatoeba.org set example 1133000
„Quid filius tuus facit?“
Tatoeba.org set example 1270467
„Father et filius eius valde similes sunt.“
Tatoeba.org set example 1320170
„Vir minus libi habet quam filius eius.“
Tatoeba.org set example 1320995
„Tuusne filius est, Elizabetha?“
Tatoeba.org set example 1351131
„Nepos meus est filius filii mei.“
Tatoeba.org set example 1458306
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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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filiżance (Polish) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: fi | li | żan | ce Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
filiżanek (Polish) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: fi | li | ża | nek Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [fʲilʲiˈʒanɛk]…
filiżanka (Polish) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Hyphenation: fi | li | żan | ka, plural: fi | li | żan | ki…
filiżanki (Polish) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: fi | li | żan | ki Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [fʲilʲiˈʒanci]…
filiżankę (Polish) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: fi | li | żan | kę Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
filked (English) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: Simple past of the verb filk Part of speech:…
filking Part of Speech: Participle I Grammatical characteristics: Present participle of the verb filk
filks (English) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: 3rd person singular indicative present active of the verb filk
fill (Catalan) part of speech: noun, (male) word meaning / definition: 1) in the relationship of the ...
fill pròdig (Catalan) Part of speech: noun, (male) Word meaning / Definition: 1) Religion, Bible: the prodigal son ...
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