esculentus

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Etymology[edit]

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

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esculentus m ‎(feminine esculenta, neuter esculentum); 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 esculentus esculenta esculentum esculentī esculentae esculenta
genitive esculentī esculentae esculentī esculentōrum esculentārum esculentōrum
dative esculentō esculentae esculentō esculentīs esculentīs esculentīs
accusative esculentum esculentam esculentum esculentōs esculentās esculenta
ablative esculentō esculentā esculentō esculentīs esculentīs esculentīs
vocative esculente esculenta esculentum esculentī esculentae esculenta

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