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What is the Latin for dog?

Updated: 10/10/2023
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14y ago

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The word dog in Latin is Canis which is the Latin root of canine in English.

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16y ago

animal, alis (neutral gender); bestia (feminin); fera (feminin; meaning 'beast'); pecus, dis (feminin; meaning 'pet', 'domestic animal')

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'animalis' means 'of the animal'. it's the genitive case of 'animal'.

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Feles.

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Planta.

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Bestia

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