mutandus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Future passive participle (gerundive) of mūtō (move, change).

Participle[edit]

mūtandus m (feminine mūtanda, neuter mūtandum); first/second declension

  1. which is to be moved, which is to be removed
  2. which is to be altered, which is to be changed, which is to be modified, which is to be transformed
  3. which is to be varied, which is to be diversified
  4. which is to be mutated, which is to be spoiled
  5. which is to be exchanged, which is to be bartered
  6. which is to be forsaken

Declension[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative mūtandus mūtanda mūtandum mūtandī mūtandae mūtanda
Genitive mūtandī mūtandae mūtandī mūtandōrum mūtandārum mūtandōrum
Dative mūtandō mūtandae mūtandō mūtandīs mūtandīs mūtandīs
Accusative mūtandum mūtandam mūtandum mūtandōs mūtandās mūtanda
Ablative mūtandō mūtandā mūtandō mūtandīs mūtandīs mūtandīs
Vocative mūtande mūtanda mūtandum mūtandī mūtandae mūtanda

Descendants[edit]