plumeus

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Etymology[edit]

From plūma (feather) +‎ -eus

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plūmeus (feminine plūmea, neuter plūmeum); first/second declension

  1. downy, covered with down
  2. (figuratively) soft, light, delicate
  3. (figuratively) embroidered

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative plūmeus plūmea plūmeum plūmeī plūmeae plūmea
genitive plūmeī plūmeae plūmeī plūmeōrum plūmeārum plūmeōrum
dative plūmeō plūmeō plūmeīs
accusative plūmeum plūmeam plūmeum plūmeōs plūmeās plūmea
ablative plūmeō plūmeā plūmeō plūmeīs
vocative plūmee plūmea plūmeum plūmeī plūmeae plūmea

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