mollitia

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From mollis(soft) +‎ -itia.

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mollitia f ‎(genitive mollitiae); first declension

  1. pliability, flexibility, suppleness
  2. softness, tenderness, weakness, irresolution

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First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative mollitia mollitiae
genitive mollitiae mollitiārum
dative mollitiae mollitiīs
accusative mollitiam mollitiās
ablative mollitiā mollitiīs
vocative mollitia mollitiae

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