laboriosus

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Etymology[edit]

From labor ‎(work, exertion).

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labōriōsus m ‎(feminine labōriōsa, neuter labōriōsum); first/second declension

  1. laborious, toilsome, demanding
  2. industrious, hard-working

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative labōriōsus labōriōsa labōriōsum labōriōsī labōriōsae labōriōsa
genitive labōriōsī labōriōsae labōriōsī labōriōsōrum labōriōsārum labōriōsōrum
dative labōriōsō labōriōsō labōriōsīs
accusative labōriōsum labōriōsam labōriōsum labōriōsōs labōriōsās labōriōsa
ablative labōriōsō labōriōsā labōriōsō labōriōsīs
vocative labōriōse labōriōsa labōriōsum labōriōsī labōriōsae labōriōsa

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