largus

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Etymology[edit]

Often connected with Proto-Indo-European *lai- ‎(lard, fat, grease) (see lardum; laetus ‎(fat, happy)), though de Vaan finds this problematic.

Also possibly connected to lascīvus.

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largus m ‎(feminine larga, neuter largum); first/second declension

  1. abundant, copious, large, abounding in something
  2. bountiful, liberal

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative largus larga largum largī largae larga
genitive largī largae largī largōrum largārum largōrum
dative largō largō largīs
accusative largum largam largum largōs largās larga
ablative largō largā largō largīs
vocative large larga largum largī largae larga

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