exagitatus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perfect passive participle of exagitō ‎(drive out or away; stir up).

Participle[edit]

exagitātus m ‎(feminine exagitāta, neuter exagitātum); first/second declension

  1. driven out or away, having been driven out
  2. stirred up, shaken up, disturbed, having been stirred up
  3. harassed, persecuted, disquieted, disturbed, having been harassed
  4. attacked (with criticism); criticised, censured, railed at, scolded, having been criticised

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative exagitātus exagitāta exagitātum exagitātī exagitātae exagitāta
genitive exagitātī exagitātae exagitātī exagitātōrum exagitātārum exagitātōrum
dative exagitātō exagitātō exagitātīs
accusative exagitātum exagitātam exagitātum exagitātōs exagitātās exagitāta
ablative exagitātō exagitātā exagitātō exagitātīs
vocative exagitāte exagitāta exagitātum exagitātī exagitātae exagitāta