pudicus

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Etymology[edit]

From pudet (it shames).

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pudīcus m (feminine pudīca, neuter pudīcum); first/second declension

  1. Chaste, pure, undefiled.
  2. Modest, shamefaced, bashful.
  3. Virtuous, honorable or honourable, faithful.

Inflection[edit]

Note that there is the alternative form pudīcabus for the dative and ablative, feminine plural pudīcīs. First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative pudīcus pudīca pudīcum pudīcī pudīcae pudīca
genitive pudīcī pudīcae pudīcī pudīcōrum pudīcārum pudīcōrum
dative pudīcō pudīcae pudīcō pudīcīs pudīcīs pudīcīs
accusative pudīcum pudīcam pudīcum pudīcōs pudīcās pudīca
ablative pudīcō pudīcā pudīcō pudīcīs pudīcīs pudīcīs
vocative pudīce pudīca pudīcum pudīcī pudīcae pudīca

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References[edit]

  • pudicus in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879