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Latin[]

Etymology[]

From for (I speak).

Pronunciation[]

Noun[]

fābula (genitive fābulae); f, first declension

  1. discourse, narrative
  2. a tale, story
  3. a poem, play
  4. concern, matter
  5. vocative singular of fābula

fābulā f.

  1. ablative singular of fābula

Inflection[]

Number Singular Plural
nominative fābula fābulae
genitive fābulae fābulārum
dative fābulae fābulīs
accusative fābulam fābulās
ablative fābulā fābulīs
vocative fābula fābulae

Derived terms[]

  • fābulāris
  • fabulor
  • fābulōsus
  • lupus in fabula

Related terms[]

  • fābulātiō
  • fābulātor
  • fābulōsē
  • fābulōsitās

Descendants[]

  • English: fable
  • French: fable
  • Icelandic: fabúla/fábúla, fabulera/fabúlera
  • Italian: favola, fiaba
  • Spanish: hablar, fábula

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