Definition of Aptotes

1. Noun. (plural of aptote) ¹



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Definition of Aptotes

1. aptote [n] - See also: aptote

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aptotes

apthovirus
aptiganel
apting
aptitude
aptitude test
aptitude tests
aptitudes
aptitudinal
aptitudinally
aptly
aptness
aptnesses
aptonym
aptonyms
aptote
aptotes (current term)
aptotic
aptronym
aptronyms
apts
aptyalism
aptychi
aptychus
apuanite
apud cells
apudoma
apurinic
apurinic DNA
apurinic acid
apurinic site

Literary usage of Aptotes

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1. Vergleichende Grammatik des Sanskrit, Zend, griechischen, lateinischen by Franz Bopp (1842)
"... (1i)as(un)t ium(un) und (k)lva zu den „aptotes" zählt (Grammar of the Sanscrit language p. ... aptotes ..."

2. Adam's Latin Grammar: With Numerous Additions and Improvements, Designed to by Charles Dexter Cleveland (1836)
"... or aptotes.* Nouns in и are indeclinable in the singular number, but regular in the plural, as, ..."

3. The High School: A Study of Origins and Tendencies by Frank Webster Smith (1916)
"Manner of compounding. Sb. Compound substantives and their inflection. 6b. Formae casum, ie, peculiarities of declension,— aptotes, ..."

4. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian by Franz Bopp (1862)
"... native Grammarians, should assign the formations in tfa(un), (k)as(un), fum(un), and (k)trd, to the "aptotes" ("Grammar of the Sanscrit language," p. ..."

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