See also Ambrosia

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

From Latin ambrosia (food of the gods), from Ancient Greek ἀμβροσία (ambrosia), immortality), from ἄμβροτος (ambrotos), immortal), from ἀ- (not) + βροτός (brotos), mortal).

Noun[edit | edit source]




Ambrosia (-)

  1. (Greek & Roman Mythology) The food of the gods, thought to confer immortality
  2. Any food with an especially delicious flavour or fragrance
  3. A mixture of nectar and pollen prepared by worker bees and fed to larvae

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Finnish[edit | edit source]

Noun[edit | edit source]


  1. ambrosia

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Italian[edit | edit source]

Noun[edit | edit source]

ambrosia f. (plural ambrosie)

  1. ambrosia (all senses)
  2. honeydew

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Latin[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

From Ancient Greek ἀμβροσία (ambrosia), immortality), from ἄμβροτος (ambrotos), immportal).

Noun[edit | edit source]

ambrosia (genitive ambrosiae); f, first declension

  1. The food of the gods; ambrosia.
  2. The unguent of the gods.
  3. The plant, artemisia, of the genus Artemisia.
  4. An antidote to a poison.

Inflection[edit | edit source]

Number Singular Plural
nominative ambrosia ambrosiae
genitive ambrosiae ambrosiārum
dative ambrosiae ambrosiīs
accusative ambrosiam ambrosiās
ablative ambrosiā ambrosiīs
vocative ambrosia ambrosiae

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