dulciloquus

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From dulcis (sweet) + loquor (speak).

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dulciloquus (feminine dulciloqua, neuter dulciloquum); first/second declension

  1. (Late Latin) speaking sweetly

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative dulciloquus dulciloqua dulciloquum dulciloquī dulciloquae dulciloqua
genitive dulciloquī dulciloquae dulciloquī dulciloquōrum dulciloquārum dulciloquōrum
dative dulciloquō dulciloquō dulciloquīs
accusative dulciloquum dulciloquam dulciloquum dulciloquōs dulciloquās dulciloqua
ablative dulciloquō dulciloquā dulciloquō dulciloquīs
vocative dulciloque dulciloqua dulciloquum dulciloquī dulciloquae dulciloqua

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