palliatus

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Etymology[edit]

From pallium ‎(large cloak worn by Greek philosophers).

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palliātus m ‎(feminine palliāta, neuter palliātum); first/second declension

  1. dressed in a pallium, cloaked
  2. (figuratively) covered, protected

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative palliātus palliāta palliātum palliātī palliātae palliāta
genitive palliātī palliātae palliātī palliātōrum palliātārum palliātōrum
dative palliātō palliātō palliātīs
accusative palliātum palliātam palliātum palliātōs palliātās palliāta
ablative palliātō palliātā palliātō palliātīs
vocative palliāte palliāta palliātum palliātī palliātae palliāta

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