caloratus

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Etymology[edit]

From calor ‎(warmth, heat; ardour) +‎ -ātus.

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calōrātus m ‎(feminine calōrāta, neuter calōrātum); first/second declension

  1. hot, heated
  2. (figuratively) incited, furious, passionate, vehement, hot

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative calōrātus calōrāta calōrātum calōrātī calōrātae calōrāta
genitive calōrātī calōrātae calōrātī calōrātōrum calōrātārum calōrātōrum
dative calōrātō calōrātō calōrātīs
accusative calōrātum calōrātam calōrātum calōrātōs calōrātās calōrāta
ablative calōrātō calōrātā calōrātō calōrātīs
vocative calōrāte calōrāta calōrātum calōrātī calōrātae calōrāta

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