caldarius

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Etymology[edit]

From caldus (warm, hot) +‎ -ārius, alternative form of calidus, from caleō (I am warm or hot; glow).

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caldārius (feminine caldāria, neuter caldārium); first/second declension

  1. Of, pertaining to or suitable for warmth or bathing.
  2. Used for hot water.
  3. Supplied with hot water.

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative caldārius caldāria caldārium caldāriī caldāriae caldāria
genitive caldāriī caldāriae caldāriī caldāriōrum caldāriārum caldāriōrum
dative caldāriō caldāriō caldāriīs
accusative caldārium caldāriam caldārium caldāriōs caldāriās caldāria
ablative caldāriō caldāriā caldāriō caldāriīs
vocative caldārie caldāria caldārium caldāriī caldāriae caldāria

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