elatus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perfect passive participle of efferō (bring or carry out, forth or away; produce; lift up).

Participle[edit]

ēlātus m (feminine ēlāta, neuter ēlātum); first/second declension

  1. brought or carried out, forth or away, having been carried away
  2. borne to the grave, buried, having been buried
  3. brought forth, produced, yielded, having been produced
  4. emitted, discharged, released, sent out, having been released
  5. lifted up, elevated, raised, lofty, high, having been elevated
  6. (figuratively) uttered, published, proclaimed, expressed, having been proclaimed
  7. (figuratively) raised, elevated, exalted, extolled, having been exalted
  8. (figuratively) exaggerated, aggrandized, embellished, having been exaggerated

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative ēlātus ēlāta ēlātum ēlātī ēlātae ēlāta
genitive ēlātī ēlātae ēlātī ēlātōrum ēlātārum ēlātōrum
dative ēlātō ēlātae ēlātō ēlātīs ēlātīs ēlātīs
accusative ēlātum ēlātam ēlātum ēlātōs ēlātās ēlāta
ablative ēlātō ēlātā ēlātō ēlātīs ēlātīs ēlātīs
vocative ēlāte ēlāta ēlātum ēlātī ēlātae ēlāta

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