impurus

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Etymology[edit]

From im- (without, not) + pūrus (pure; chaste).

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Adjective[edit]

impūrus (feminine impūra, neuter impūrum, comparative impūrior, superlative impūrissimus, adverb impūrē); first/second-declension adjective

  1. unclean, filthy, foul, dirty
  2. (figuratively, in a moral sense) impure, defiled, filthy, infamous, vile

Declension[edit]

First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative impūrus impūra impūrum impūrī impūrae impūra
Genitive impūrī impūrae impūrī impūrōrum impūrārum impūrōrum
Dative impūrō impūrō impūrīs
Accusative impūrum impūram impūrum impūrōs impūrās impūra
Ablative impūrō impūrā impūrō impūrīs
Vocative impūre impūra impūrum impūrī impūrae impūra

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  • Catalan: impur
  • English: impure
  • French: impur
  • Italian: impuro
  • Portuguese: impuro
  • Spanish: impuro

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