esculentus

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Etymology[edit]

ēsca (food) +‎ -ulentus (full of, abounding in)

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ēsculentus (feminine ēsculenta, neuter ēsculentum); first/second declension

  1. fit for eating, good to eat, eatable, edible, esculent
  2. delicious, nourishing
  3. full of food

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative ēsculentus ēsculenta ēsculentum ēsculentī ēsculentae ēsculenta
genitive ēsculentī ēsculentae ēsculentī ēsculentōrum ēsculentārum ēsculentōrum
dative ēsculentō ēsculentō ēsculentīs
accusative ēsculentum ēsculentam ēsculentum ēsculentōs ēsculentās ēsculenta
ablative ēsculentō ēsculentā ēsculentō ēsculentīs
vocative ēsculente ēsculenta ēsculentum ēsculentī ēsculentae ēsculenta

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