Aptote
Aptote Ap"tote ([a^]p"t[=o]t), n. [L. aptotum, Gr. ? indeclinable; 'a priv. + ? fallen, declined, ? to fall.] (Gram.) A noun which has no distinction of cases; an indeclinable noun. [1913 Webster]

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  • anaptotic — /an euhp tot ik/, adj. Archaic. (of languages) tending to become uninflected, in accordance with a theory that languages evolve from uninflected to inflected and back. [1840 50; AN 3 + aptote ( < Gk áptoton, n. use of neut. of áptotos uninflected …   Universalium

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  • anaptotic — /an euhp tot ik/, adj. Archaic. (of languages) tending to become uninflected, in accordance with a theory that languages evolve from uninflected to inflected and back. [1840 50; AN 3 + aptote ( < Gk áptoton, n. use of neut. of áptotos… …   Useful english dictionary

  • aptotic — / totˈik/ adjective Uninflected • • • Main Entry: ↑aptote …   Useful english dictionary

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