opportunus

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From ob +‎ portus.

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opportūnus (feminine opportūna, neuter opportūnum, comparative opportūnior, superlative opportūnissimus, adverb opportūnē); first/second-declension adjective

  1. suitable
  2. advantageous, useful
  3. favourable, opportune, convenient

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First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative opportūnus opportūna opportūnum opportūnī opportūnae opportūna
Genitive opportūnī opportūnae opportūnī opportūnōrum opportūnārum opportūnōrum
Dative opportūnō opportūnō opportūnīs
Accusative opportūnum opportūnam opportūnum opportūnōs opportūnās opportūna
Ablative opportūnō opportūnā opportūnō opportūnīs
Vocative opportūne opportūna opportūnum opportūnī opportūnae opportūna

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