meticulosus

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Etymology[edit]

From metus ‎(fear) + -culōsus, extracted from perīculōsus ‎(perilous).

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Adjective[edit]

meticulōsus m ‎(feminine meticulōsa, neuter meticulōsum); first/second declension

  1. full of fear, fearful, timid
    Nullus est hoc meticulosus aeque.
    No one is as careful as him.
  2. frightful, terrible

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative meticulōsus meticulōsa meticulōsum meticulōsī meticulōsae meticulōsa
genitive meticulōsī meticulōsae meticulōsī meticulōsōrum meticulōsārum meticulōsōrum
dative meticulōsō meticulōsō meticulōsīs
accusative meticulōsum meticulōsam meticulōsum meticulōsōs meticulōsās meticulōsa
ablative meticulōsō meticulōsā meticulōsō meticulōsīs
vocative meticulōse meticulōsa meticulōsum meticulōsī meticulōsae meticulōsa

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