legitimus

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Etymology[edit]

From lēx (law).

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Adjective[edit]

lēgitimus m (feminine lēgitima, neuter lēgitimum); first/second declension

  1. lawful, legal, legitimate
  2. legal (of or pertaining to the law)
  3. just, proper, appropriate

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative lēgitimus lēgitima lēgitimum lēgitimī lēgitimae lēgitima
genitive lēgitimī lēgitimae lēgitimī lēgitimōrum lēgitimārum lēgitimōrum
dative lēgitimō lēgitimae lēgitimō lēgitimīs lēgitimīs lēgitimīs
accusative lēgitimum lēgitimam lēgitimum lēgitimōs lēgitimās lēgitima
ablative lēgitimō lēgitimā lēgitimō lēgitimīs lēgitimīs lēgitimīs
vocative lēgitime lēgitima lēgitimum lēgitimī lēgitimae lēgitima

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