honestus

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Etymology[edit]

From honor, honos (honor or honour, esteem) +‎ -tus.

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honestus (feminine honesta, neuter honestum, comparative honestior, superlative honestissimus); first/second-declension adjective

  1. Full of or regarded with honor/honour; honorable/honourable, of high birth, noble, distinguished, respectable, eminent.
  2. Bringing or deserving honor or honour; worthy, creditable, respectable; decent, virtuous.
  3. (of one's appearance) Fine, handsome, beautiful, becoming, noble.

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First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative honestus honesta honestum honestī honestae honesta
Genitive honestī honestae honestī honestōrum honestārum honestōrum
Dative honestō honestō honestīs
Accusative honestum honestam honestum honestōs honestās honesta
Ablative honestō honestā honestō honestīs
Vocative honeste honesta honestum honestī honestae honesta

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