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cēterus m ‎(feminine cētera, neuter cēterum); first/second declension

  1. the other, remainder, rest
  2. besides, also
  3. (substantive) the others, everybody else


First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case/Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative cēterus cētera cēterum cēterī cēterae cētera
genitive cēterī cēterae cēterī cēterōrum cēterārum cēterōrum
dative cēterō cēterae cēterō cēterīs cēterīs cēterīs
accusative cēterum cēteram cēterum cēterōs cēterās cētera
ablative cēterō cēterā cēterō cēterīs cēterīs cēterīs
vocative cētere cētera cēterum cēterī cēterae cētera

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