animositas

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From animōsus (spirited ,courageous/full of courage, bold, undaunted, proud) +‎ -itās.

Noun[edit]

animōsitās f (genitive animōsitātis); third declension

  1. Derived from animus: courageousness/courage, bravery, boldness, undauntedness
  2. Derived from animus: arrogance, haughtiness, pride
  3. Derived from animus: ardor, fervor, passion, vehemence
  4. Derived from animus: enmity, fury/furiosity/furiousness, wrath/wrathfulness
  5. Derived from animus: adamancy, headstrongness, wilfulness
  6. Derived from anima: spiritedness/spirit, enthusiasm
  7. (Medieval Latin) Certain particular strong emotions: animosity, enmity, hostility, opposition

Declension[edit]

Third-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative animōsitās animōsitātēs
Genitive animōsitātis animōsitātum
Dative animōsitātī animōsitātibus
Accusative animōsitātem animōsitātēs
Ablative animōsitāte animōsitātibus
Vocative animōsitās animōsitātēs

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