latin declension

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  • aetiologia, ae f etiology
  • allergia, ae f allergy
  • angina, ae f suffocating obstruction
  • anomalia, ae f anomaly
  • causa, ae f cause
  • cena, ae f meal
  • clinica, ae f clinic
  • cysta, ae f cyst
  • diaeta, ae f diet
  • forma, ae f form
  • fractura, ae f fracture
  • gangraena, ae f gangrene
  • gingiva, ae f gum
  • hernia, ae f hernia
  • hora, ae f hour
  • insufficientia, ae f insufficiency
  • lingua, ae f tongue, language
  • nausea, ae f nausea
  • pneumonia, ae f pneumonia, inflammation of the lungs
  • puella, ae f girl
  • stenocardia, ae f stenocardia
  • substantia, ae f substance
  • therapia, ae f treatment
  • vesica, ae f bladder
  • via, ae f way
  • aegrotus, i m patient
  • alcoholismus, i m alcoholism
  • bronchus, i m bronchus
  • cancer, cri m cancer
  • fundus, i m bottom
  • grippus, i m grippe
  • locus, i m place
  • medicus, i m doctor
  • morbus, i m disease
  • oesophagus, i m oesophagus
  • polypus, i m polyp
  • puer, i m boy
  • rheumatismus, i m rheumatism
  • somnus, i m sleep
  • stomachus, i m stomach
  • succus, i m juice
  • thrombus, i m thromb
  • typhus, i m typhus
  • uterus, i m womb
  • ventriculus, i m stomach
  • acidum, i n acid
  • auxilium, i n help
  • duodenum, i n duodenum
  • experimentum, i n experiment
  • instrumentum, i n instrument
  • labium, i n lip
  • medicamentum, i n medicament, drug
  • ovarium, i n ovary
  • rectum, i n rectum
  • remedium, i n remedy
  • saccharum, i n sugar
  • signum, i n sign
  • sputum, i n sputum
  • stadium, i n stage
  • vaccinum, i n vaccine
  • venenum, i n venom
  • vitaminum, i n vitamin
  • vitium, i n failure
  • vitrum, i n glass vessel
  • amputatio, amputationis f amputation
  • anamnesis, anamnesis f anamnesis
  • appendix, appendicis f appendix
  • articulatio, articulationis f articulation
  • auris, auris f ear
  • bilis, bilis f bile
  • caro, carnis f flesh
  • cartilago, cartilaginis f cartilage
  • cavitas, cavitatis, f cavity
  • cervix, cervicis f neck
  • cicatrix, cicatricis f scar
  • commotio, commotionis f concussion
  • complicatio, complicationis f complication
  • compressio, compressionis f compression
  • contusio, contusionis f contusion
  • crisis, crisis f crisis
  • cutis, cutis f skin
  • diagnosis, diagnosis f diagnosis
  • dosis, dosis f dose
  • exacerbatio, exacerbationis f exacerbation
  • extractio, extractionis f extraction
  • extremitas, extremitatis f extremity
  • febris, febris f fever
  • functio, functionis f function
  • gaster, gastris f stomach
  • incisio, incisionis incision
  • infans, infantis f/m infant
  • infectio, infectionis f infection
  • inflammatio, inflammationis f inflammation
  • injectio, injectionis f injection
  • intoxicatio, intoxicationis f intoxication, poisoning
  • laesio, laesionis f lesion
  • lex, legis f law
  • luxatio, luxationis f dislocation
  • mater, matris f meninx
  • mens, mentis f mind
  • narcosis, narcosis f production of insensibility by a drug
  • nox, noctis f night
  • operatio, operationis f operation
  • paralysis, paralysis f paralysis
  • pars, partis f part
  • pertussis, pertussis f whooping cough
  • prognosis, prognosis f prognosis
  • prophylaxis, prophylaxis f prevention
  • psychosis, psychosis f psychosis
  • punctio, punctionis f punction
  • radix, radicis f root
  • reactio, reactionis f reaction
  • regio, regionis f region
  • solutio, solutionis f solution
  • transfusio, transfusionis f transfusion
  • trasplantatio, transplantationis f trasplantation
  • tuberculosis, tuberculosis f tuberculosis
  • aden, adenis m gland
  • adeps, adipis m fat
  • aether, aetheris m ether
  • apex, apicis m top
  • abdomen, abdominis n abdomen
  • adenoma, adenomatis n gland growth
  • aёr, aёris m air
  • calor, caloris m heat
  • canalis, canalis m canal
  • coccyx, coccygis m coccyx
  • color, coloris m colour
  • cortex, corticis m bark
  • dens, dentis m tooth
  • dolor, doloris m pain
  • donator, donatoris m donator
  • flos, floris m flower
  • hallux, hallucis m big toe
  • homo, hominis m man
  • labor, laboris m work
  • lapis, lapidis m stone
  • larynx, laryngis m larynx
  • lien, lienis m spleen
  • iquor, liquoris m liquid
  • margo, marginis m margin
  • mensis, mensis m month
  • odor, odoris m odour
  • paries, parietis m wall
  • pes, pedis m foot
  • pharynx, pharyngis m pharynx
  • pulmo, pulmonis m lung
  • ren, renis m kidney
  • sanguis, sanguinis m blood
  • sol, solis m sun
  • splen, splenis m spleen
  • sudor, sudoris m sweat
  • tendo, tendinis m tendon
  • thorax, thoracis m thorax
  • tremor, tremoris m tremor
  • tumor, tumoris m tumour
  • unguis, unguis nail
  • venter, ventris m abdomen
  • animal, animalis n animal
  • asthma, asthmatis n asthma
  • cadaver, cadaveris n corpse
  • caput, capitis n head
  • coma, comatis n a state of prolonged unconsciousness
  • cor, cordis n heart
  • corpus, corporis n body
  • eczema, eczematis n an inflammatory disease of the skin
  • erythema, erythematis n abnormal redness of the skin
  • fel, fellis n bile
  • femur, femoris n femur
  • foramen, foraminis n opening
  • hepar, hepatis n liver
  • jecur, jecoris n liver
  • lac, lactis n milk
  • latus, lateris n side
  • nomen, nominis n name
  • occiput, occipitis n occiput
  • oedema, oedematis n edema
  • ōs, oris n mouth
  • os, ossis n bone
  • pancreas, pancreatis n pancreas
  • pectus, pectoris n breast
  • pus, puris n pus
  • semen, seminis n seed
  • symptoma, symptomatis n symptom
  • syndroma, syndromatis n syndrome
  • systema, systematis n symstem
  • tempus, temporis n time, pl. temples
  • trauma, traumatis n trauma
  • tuber, tuberis n tuber
  • ulcus, ulceris n ulcer
  • vas, vasis n blood vessel
  • vulnus, vulneris n wound
  • manus, us f hand
  • abscessus, us m abscess
  • abusus, us m misuse
  • acus, us f needle
  • appetitus, us m appetite
  • aspectus, us m aspect, appearance
  • casus, us m case
  • cursus, us m course
  • decubitus, us m bedsore
  • defectus, us m defect
  • descensus, us m descent
  • exitus, us m exit
  • fetus, us m foetus
  • habitus, us m condition, state
  • infarctus, us m infarction
  • partus, us m childbirth, delivery
  • processus, us m process
  • prolapsus, us m prolapse
  • pruritus, us m itching
  • pulsus, us m pulse
  • reflexus, us m reflex
  • situs, us m site
  • status, us m state
  • usus, us m use
  • vomitus, us m vomiting
  • cornu, us n horn
  • genu, us n knee
  • caries, ei caries
  • facies, ei f face, surface
  • rabies, ei f rabies
  • res, rei f thing, state
  • scabies, ei f scabies
  • series, ei f series
  • species, ei f species
  • dies, ei m day
  • meridies, ei m meridian

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