grandiloquus

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Etymology[edit]

From grandis(great, full) + loquor(speak).

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grandiloquus m ‎(feminine grandiloqua, neuter grandiloquum); first/second declension

  1. grandiloquent
  2. boastful

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative grandiloquus grandiloqua grandiloquum grandiloquī grandiloquae grandiloqua
genitive grandiloquī grandiloquae grandiloquī grandiloquōrum grandiloquārum grandiloquōrum
dative grandiloquō grandiloquō grandiloquīs
accusative grandiloquum grandiloquam grandiloquum grandiloquōs grandiloquās grandiloqua
ablative grandiloquō grandiloquā grandiloquō grandiloquīs
vocative grandiloque grandiloqua grandiloquum grandiloquī grandiloquae grandiloqua

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