peminosus

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pēminōsus m ‎(feminine pēminōsa, neuter pēminōsum); first/second declension

  1. full of cracks or chinks, uneven, rough

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative pēminōsus pēminōsa pēminōsum pēminōsī pēminōsae pēminōsa
genitive pēminōsī pēminōsae pēminōsī pēminōsōrum pēminōsārum pēminōsōrum
dative pēminōsō pēminōsō pēminōsīs
accusative pēminōsum pēminōsam pēminōsum pēminōsōs pēminōsās pēminōsa
ablative pēminōsō pēminōsā pēminōsō pēminōsīs
vocative pēminōse pēminōsa pēminōsum pēminōsī pēminōsae pēminōsa

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