paludosus

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From palūs (swamp, marsh) +‎ -ōsus.

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palūdōsus (feminine palūdōsa, neuter palūdōsum); first/second declension

  1. swampy, marshy, fenny, boggy

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative palūdōsus palūdōsa palūdōsum palūdōsī palūdōsae palūdōsa
genitive palūdōsī palūdōsae palūdōsī palūdōsōrum palūdōsārum palūdōsōrum
dative palūdōsō palūdōsō palūdōsīs
accusative palūdōsum palūdōsam palūdōsum palūdōsōs palūdōsās palūdōsa
ablative palūdōsō palūdōsā palūdōsō palūdōsīs
vocative palūdōse palūdōsa palūdōsum palūdōsī palūdōsae palūdōsa

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