insidiosus

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Etymology[edit]

From īnsidiae (a lying in wait, an ambush, artifice, stratagem) +‎ -ōsus, from īnsideō (sit in or on), from in (in, on) + sedeō (sit).

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Adjective[edit]

īnsidiōsus m (feminine īnsidiōsa, neuter īnsidiōsum); first/second declension

  1. cunning, deceitful, insidious
  2. dangerous, hazardous

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative īnsidiōsus īnsidiōsa īnsidiōsum īnsidiōsī īnsidiōsae īnsidiōsa
genitive īnsidiōsī īnsidiōsae īnsidiōsī īnsidiōsōrum īnsidiōsārum īnsidiōsōrum
dative īnsidiōsō īnsidiōsae īnsidiōsō īnsidiōsīs īnsidiōsīs īnsidiōsīs
accusative īnsidiōsum īnsidiōsam īnsidiōsum īnsidiōsōs īnsidiōsās īnsidiōsa
ablative īnsidiōsō īnsidiōsā īnsidiōsō īnsidiōsīs īnsidiōsīs īnsidiōsīs
vocative īnsidiōse īnsidiōsa īnsidiōsum īnsidiōsī īnsidiōsae īnsidiōsa

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