robustus

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Etymology[edit]

From rōbur ‎(a kind of hard oak; hardness, strength).

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rōbustus m ‎(feminine rōbusta, neuter rōbustum); first/second declension

  1. of oak, oaken
  2. (by extension) hard, firm, solid, robust

Inflection[edit]

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative rōbustus rōbusta rōbustum rōbustī rōbustae rōbusta
genitive rōbustī rōbustae rōbustī rōbustōrum rōbustārum rōbustōrum
dative rōbustō rōbustō rōbustīs
accusative rōbustum rōbustam rōbustum rōbustōs rōbustās rōbusta
ablative rōbustō rōbustā rōbustō rōbustīs
vocative rōbuste rōbusta rōbustum rōbustī rōbustae rōbusta

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