horridus

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Etymology[edit]

From horreō(stand on end, shiver).

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horridus m ‎(feminine horrida, neuter horridum); first/second declension

  1. rough, bristly, shaggy
  2. rude, rough, uncouth
  3. dreadful, horrid, frightful

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative horridus horrida horridum horridī horridae horrida
genitive horridī horridae horridī horridōrum horridārum horridōrum
dative horridō horridō horridīs
accusative horridum horridam horridum horridōs horridās horrida
ablative horridō horridā horridō horridīs
vocative horride horrida horridum horridī horridae horrida

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