umidus

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Etymology[edit]

From ūmeō (be moist, wet or damp).

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ūmidus m (feminine ūmida, neuter ūmidum); first/second declension

  1. moist, humid, damp, dank, wet
  2. (of a river) formerly liquid, frozen
  3. (figuratively) watery, weak

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative ūmidus ūmida ūmidum ūmidī ūmidae ūmida
genitive ūmidī ūmidae ūmidī ūmidōrum ūmidārum ūmidōrum
dative ūmidō ūmidae ūmidō ūmidīs ūmidīs ūmidīs
accusative ūmidum ūmidam ūmidum ūmidōs ūmidās ūmida
ablative ūmidō ūmidā ūmidō ūmidīs ūmidīs ūmidīs
vocative ūmide ūmida ūmidum ūmidī ūmidae ūmida

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