vapidus

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Etymology[edit]

From vapor.

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vapidus m (feminine vapida, neuter vapidum); first/second declension

  1. that has emitted steam or vapor (i.e. its "spirit")
  2. (of wine, etc.) flat or vapid; that has lost its freshness

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative vapidus vapida vapidum vapidī vapidae vapida
genitive vapidī vapidae vapidī vapidōrum vapidārum vapidōrum
dative vapidō vapidae vapidō vapidīs vapidīs vapidīs
accusative vapidum vapidam vapidum vapidōs vapidās vapida
ablative vapidō vapidā vapidō vapidīs vapidīs vapidīs
vocative vapide vapida vapidum vapidī vapidae vapida

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