glandulosus

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Etymology[edit]

Late Latin. From glandula.

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glandulōsus m ‎(feminine glandulōsa, neuter glandulōsum); first/second declension

  1. full of kernels
  2. glandulous

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative glandulōsus glandulōsa glandulōsum glandulōsī glandulōsae glandulōsa
genitive glandulōsī glandulōsae glandulōsī glandulōsōrum glandulōsārum glandulōsōrum
dative glandulōsō glandulōsō glandulōsīs
accusative glandulōsum glandulōsam glandulōsum glandulōsōs glandulōsās glandulōsa
ablative glandulōsō glandulōsā glandulōsō glandulōsīs
vocative glandulōse glandulōsa glandulōsum glandulōsī glandulōsae glandulōsa

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