suavitas

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Etymology[edit]

From suāvis ‎(sweet) +‎ -itās.

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suāvitās f ‎(genitive suāvitātis); third declension

  1. (appealing the senes) sweetness (of taste); melodiousness, tunefulness (of sound); attractiveness (of appearance)
  2. (appealing to the mind or feelings) pleasantness, agreeableness, charm, attractiveness, sweetness

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Third declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative suāvitās suāvitātēs
genitive suāvitātis suāvitātum
dative suāvitātī suāvitātibus
accusative suāvitātem suāvitātēs
ablative suāvitāte suāvitātibus
vocative suāvitās suāvitātēs

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