bellatorius

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Etymology[edit]

From bellātor (warrior, soldier), from bellō (wage or carry out war; fight), from bellum (war).

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bellātōrius m (feminine bellātōria, neuter bellātōrium); first/second declension

  1. warlike, martial, pugnacious

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative bellātōrius bellātōria bellātōrium bellātōriī bellātōriae bellātōria
genitive bellātōriī bellātōriae bellātōriī bellātōriōrum bellātōriārum bellātōriōrum
dative bellātōriō bellātōriae bellātōriō bellātōriīs bellātōriīs bellātōriīs
accusative bellātōrium bellātōriam bellātōrium bellātōriōs bellātōriās bellātōria
ablative bellātōriō bellātōriā bellātōriō bellātōriīs bellātōriīs bellātōriīs
vocative bellātōrie bellātōria bellātōrium bellātōriī bellātōriae bellātōria

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