dilutus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perfect passive participle of dīluō (wash away; dissolve, dilute).

Participle[edit]

dīlūtus m (feminine dīlūta, neuter dīlūtum); first/second declension

  1. washed away, drenched, having been washed away.
  2. dissolved, diluted, mixed, having been diluted.
    1. (by extension, of a liquid) thin, weak, watery
    2. (by extension, of a person) drunk
  3. (figuratively) weakened, lessened, impaired, having been weakened.
    1. (by extension) faint, feeble, weak

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative dīlūtus dīlūta dīlūtum dīlūtī dīlūtae dīlūta
genitive dīlūtī dīlūtae dīlūtī dīlūtōrum dīlūtārum dīlūtōrum
dative dīlūtō dīlūtae dīlūtō dīlūtīs dīlūtīs dīlūtīs
accusative dīlūtum dīlūtam dīlūtum dīlūtōs dīlūtās dīlūta
ablative dīlūtō dīlūtā dīlūtō dīlūtīs dīlūtīs dīlūtīs
vocative dīlūte dīlūta dīlūtum dīlūtī dīlūtae dīlūta

Antonyms[edit]