postremogenitus

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

postrēmus ‎([person who is] last) +‎ genitus ‎(begotten); compare prīmōgenitus ‎(first-born)

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

postrēmōgenitus m ‎(feminine postrēmōgenita, neuter postrēmōgenitum); first/second declension

  1. last-born
    • 1615, Carolus de la Sauſſaye, Annales Eccleſiae Aurelianenſis, page 488
      Genuerat primum ex ea filium vnum, & filias duas, primogenitam Flandrinam, poſtremogenitam hanc Mathæam.
    • 1630, Thomas Smith [aut.] and [unknown tr.], De Republica Anglorum, page 326
      Henricus I, VVilhelmi Conqueſtoris filius poſtremogenitus, regnum adiit anno à C. N. 1100.
    • ante 1701, Luc d’Achery and Jean Mabillon, Acta Sanctorum Ordinis S. Benedicti IV:ii (1738), page lxxxiii
      Carolus Craſſus Ludovici Tranſrhenani poſtremogenitus fraternam ditionem annis 5. obtinuit.
    • 1734, Jean-Baptiste du Hamel, Theologia Speculatrix et Practica I, page 212
      Poſtremogenitum non factum ſic accipit, quod non ſit ipſum opificium iis quæ per ipſum facta ſunt ſimile.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:postremogenitus.

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative postrēmōgenitus postrēmōgenita postrēmōgenitum postrēmōgenitī postrēmōgenitae postrēmōgenita
genitive postrēmōgenitī postrēmōgenitae postrēmōgenitī postrēmōgenitōrum postrēmōgenitārum postrēmōgenitōrum
dative postrēmōgenitō postrēmōgenitō postrēmōgenitīs
accusative postrēmōgenitum postrēmōgenitam postrēmōgenitum postrēmōgenitōs postrēmōgenitās postrēmōgenita
ablative postrēmōgenitō postrēmōgenitā postrēmōgenitō postrēmōgenitīs
vocative postrēmōgenite postrēmōgenita postrēmōgenitum postrēmōgenitī postrēmōgenitae postrēmōgenita

Usage notes[edit]

  • All forms except for the nominative masculine and neuter singular and accusative feminine singular are unattested.

Descendants[edit]