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Latin terms that give attributes to nouns, extending their definitions.
- Category:Latin adjective forms: Latin adjectives that are inflected to display grammatical relations other than the main form.
- Category:Latin comparative adjectives: Latin adjectives that express attributes in a relatively higher degree, or serve to set apart one thing from another.
- Category:Latin diminutive adjectives: Latin adjectives that are derived from a base word to convey endearment, small size or small intensity.
- Category:Latin reconstructed adjectives: Latin adjectives that have been linguistically reconstructed.
- Category:Latin superlative adjectives: Latin adjectives that express attributes in their highest possible degrees.
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