languidus

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Etymology[edit]

From langueō ‎(I am tired, sluggish).

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languidus m ‎(feminine languida, neuter languidum); first/second declension

  1. faint, weak, dull, languid
  2. sluggish, slow
  3. ill, sick, unwell
  4. (figuratively) inactive, inert, listless

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative languidus languida languidum languidī languidae languida
genitive languidī languidae languidī languidōrum languidārum languidōrum
dative languidō languidō languidīs
accusative languidum languidam languidum languidōs languidās languida
ablative languidō languidā languidō languidīs
vocative languide languida languidum languidī languidae languida

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