pudorosus

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From pudor (shamefacedness, modesty; chastity), from pudet (it shames).

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pudōrōsus m (feminine pudōrōsa, neuter pudōrōsum); first/second declension

  1. shamefaced, bashful, modest, chaste

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative pudōrōsus pudōrōsa pudōrōsum pudōrōsī pudōrōsae pudōrōsa
genitive pudōrōsī pudōrōsae pudōrōsī pudōrōsōrum pudōrōsārum pudōrōsōrum
dative pudōrōsō pudōrōsō pudōrōsīs
accusative pudōrōsum pudōrōsam pudōrōsum pudōrōsōs pudōrōsās pudōrōsa
ablative pudōrōsō pudōrōsā pudōrōsō pudōrōsīs
vocative pudōrōse pudōrōsa pudōrōsum pudōrōsī pudōrōsae pudōrōsa

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