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Webster 1828 Edition


Seps

SEPS

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Noun.
[L. from Gr. Cuvier.] A species of venomous eft or lizard. A genus of lizards, the efts, closely resembling the serpents, from which they scarcely differ, expect in their short and often indistinct feet, and the marks of an external auditory oriface.

Definition 2023


seps

seps

See also: šeps

Latin

Noun

sēps m (genitive sēpis); third declension

  1. A kind of snake, whose bite occasioned putrefaction
  2. An insect, perhaps the woodlouse or centipede

Inflection

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative sēps sēpēs
genitive sēpis sēpum
dative sēpī sēpibus
accusative sēpem sēpēs
ablative sēpe sēpibus
vocative sēps sēpēs

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