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The -ibus ending is immediately identifiable as a plural noun in the dative or ablative case.

The noun here is apis, meaning "a bee". Apibuswould mean "by, with, by means of, to, or for bees", depending on the context and whether it is dative or ablative.

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"Bee" is an English equivalent of "apis."

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Bee.

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