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From Latin lupānar, from lupa (prostitute), literally ‘she-wolf’, from lupus (wolf).

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  • IPA: /lu:'peɪnɑ:/

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Singular
Lupanar

Plural
Lupanars

Lupanar (plural Lupanars)
  1. A brothel.
    • 1942, Elliot Paul, The Last Time I Saw Paris, Sickle Moon 2001, p. 33:
      A prostitute was not permitted to stand under a street lamp, and sisters were not allowed to work in the same lupanar.

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Lupanar m. (plural Lupanars)

  1. (dated or literary) A brothel.

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EtymologyModificar

From lupa (prostitute)

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lupānar (genitive lupānāris); n, third declension

  1. brothel
  2. accusative singular of lupānar
  3. vocative singular of lupānar

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Number Singular Plural
nominative lupānar lupānāria
genitive lupānāris lupānārium
dative lupānārī lupānāribus
accusative lupānar lupānāria
ablative lupānārī lupānāribus
vocative lupānar lupānāria

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  • lupanar” in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879el:lupanar

es:lupanar fr:lupanar io:lupanar it:lupanar pl:lupanar pt:lupanar ru:lupanar fi:lupanar vi:lupanar zh:lupanar

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