theoreticus

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theoreticus m ‎(plural theoretici or theoreticussen, diminutive theoreticusje n)

  1. theorist

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From Ancient Greek θεωρητικός ‎(theōrētikós)

Adjective[edit]

theōrēticus m ‎(feminine theōrētica, neuter theōrēticum); first/second declension

  1. contemplative, speculative

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative theōrēticus theōrētica theōrēticum theōrēticī theōrēticae theōrētica
genitive theōrēticī theōrēticae theōrēticī theōrēticōrum theōrēticārum theōrēticōrum
dative theōrēticō theōrēticō theōrēticīs
accusative theōrēticum theōrēticam theōrēticum theōrēticōs theōrēticās theōrētica
ablative theōrēticō theōrēticā theōrēticō theōrēticīs
vocative theōrētice theōrētica theōrēticum theōrēticī theōrēticae theōrētica

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