occisus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perfect passive participle of occīdō (fell; slay).

Participle[edit]

occīsus m (feminine occīsa, neuter occīsum); first/second declension

  1. felled, having been felled, cut to the ground, having been cut to the ground; beaten, having been beaten, smashed, having been smashed, crushed, having been crushed
  2. killed, having been killed, slain, having been slain, slaughtered, having been slaughtered
  3. (by extensionplagued to death, having been plagued to death, tortured, having been tortured, tormented, having been tormented, pestered, having been pestered
  4. (by extension

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative occīsus occīsa occīsum occīsī occīsae occīsa
genitive occīsī occīsae occīsī occīsōrum occīsārum occīsōrum
dative occīsō occīsae occīsō occīsīs occīsīs occīsīs
accusative occīsum occīsam occīsum occīsōs occīsās occīsa
ablative occīsō occīsā occīsō occīsīs occīsīs occīsīs
vocative occīse occīsa occīsum occīsī occīsae occīsa

Descendants[edit]