Vinum rubrum rubrum!
This came up in a test before I'd even been taught the words for either red or wine. Luckily I'd done Latin at school, and dragged the words up from the depths of my memory, but surely the test shouldn't include words I haven't been taught?
This guy sounds drunk
i'm so sad but also laughing XD i
accidentally did "i have red the" instead of "i have red wine"
Wait a minute... does that mean wine is winus? Like weenus?
No, it's "vinum". A neuter noun for which Accusative = Nominative.
Vinum, quod Asuncion habet, non album neque rubrum est neque colorem habet... (Spanish song)
Does the word "ruber" can be in any gender?
ruber is only a masculine form, but since it is an adjective it does have forms to be used with each gender (not necessarily distinct forms). Here it is a neuter form.