importunus

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From in- (not) +‎ portus.

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importūnus (feminine importūna, neuter importūnum); first/second declension

  1. inconvenient, unsuitable
  2. annoying
  3. rude

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative importūnus importūna importūnum importūnī importūnae importūna
genitive importūnī importūnae importūnī importūnōrum importūnārum importūnōrum
dative importūnō importūnō importūnīs
accusative importūnum importūnam importūnum importūnōs importūnās importūna
ablative importūnō importūnā importūnō importūnīs
vocative importūne importūna importūnum importūnī importūnae importūna

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