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From Latin lupus (wolf).

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lupus

  1. The specific name of the grey wolf, Canis lupus.

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Lupus

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Lupus (uncountable)
  1. Patrono:Disease A debilitating autoimmune disease which attacks the whole body, causing skin sores, pains throughout the body, lack of breath, and kidney and heart problems.

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Lupus m. inv.

  1. Patrono:Disease lupus

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From Proto-Indo-European *wĺ̥kʷos (wolf). Cognate with Sanskrit वृक (vṛ́ka), Ancient Greek λύκος (lukos), Lithuanian vilkas. Possibly a borrowing from Osco-Umbrian where PIE *kʷ regularly gave /p/, or metathesis occurred because of a wolf taboo.

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lupus (genitive lupī); m, second declension (feminine lupa)

  1. A wolf
    Homo homini lupus est.
    Man is a wolf to man.

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Patrono:La-decl-2nd

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