obstreperus

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From obstrepō(roar, resound; clamor; annoy; make a noise against).

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obstreperus m ‎(feminine obstrepera, neuter obstreperum); first/second declension

  1. Clamorous, chirping, noisy.

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative obstreperus obstrepera obstreperum obstreperī obstreperae obstrepera
genitive obstreperī obstreperae obstreperī obstreperōrum obstreperārum obstreperōrum
dative obstreperō obstreperō obstreperīs
accusative obstreperum obstreperam obstreperum obstreperōs obstreperās obstrepera
ablative obstreperō obstreperā obstreperō obstreperīs
vocative obstrepere obstrepera obstreperum obstreperī obstreperae obstrepera

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