postremogenitus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

postrēmus ([person who is] last) +‎ genitus (begotten); compare prīmōgenitus (first-born)

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

postrēmōgenitus m (feminine *postrēmōgenita, neuter postrēmōgenitum); first/second declension

  1. last-born
    • 1615, Carolus de la Sauſſaye, Annales Eccleſiae Aurelianenſis, page 488
      Genuerat primum ex ea filium vnum, & filias duas, primogenitam Flandrinam, poſtremogenitam hanc Mathæam.
    • 1630, Thomas Smith [aut.] and [unknown tr.], De Republica Anglorum, page 326
      Henricus I, VVilhelmi Conqueſtoris filius poſtremogenitus, regnum adiit anno à C. N. 1100.
    • ante 1701, Luc d’Achery and Jean Mabillon, Acta Sanctorum Ordinis S. Benedicti IV:ii (1738), page lxxxiii
      Carolus Craſſus Ludovici Tranſrhenani poſtremogenitus fraternam ditionem annis 5. obtinuit.
    • 1734, Jean-Baptiste du Hamel, Theologia Speculatrix et Practica I, page 212
      Poſtremogenitum non factum ſic accipit, quod non ſit ipſum opificium iis quæ per ipſum facta ſunt ſimile.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see the citations page.

Inflection[edit]

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative postrēmōgenitus *postrēmōgenita postrēmōgenitum *postrēmōgenitī *postrēmōgenitae *postrēmōgenita
genitive *postrēmōgenitī *postrēmōgenitae *postrēmōgenitī *postrēmōgenitōrum *postrēmōgenitārum *postrēmōgenitōrum
dative *postrēmōgenitō *postrēmōgenitae *postrēmōgenitō *postrēmōgenitīs *postrēmōgenitīs *postrēmōgenitīs
accusative *postrēmōgenitum postrēmōgenitam *postrēmōgenitum *postrēmōgenitōs *postrēmōgenitās *postrēmōgenita
ablative *postrēmōgenitō *postrēmōgenitā *postrēmōgenitō *postrēmōgenitīs *postrēmōgenitīs *postrēmōgenitīs
vocative *postrēmōgenite *postrēmōgenita *postrēmōgenitum *postrēmōgenitī *postrēmōgenitae *postrēmōgenita

Descendants[edit]