truculentus

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Etymology[edit]

From trux ‎(harsh; savage) +‎ -ulentus ‎(full of, abounding in).

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truculentus m ‎(feminine truculenta, neuter truculentum); first/second declension

  1. savage, ferocious
  2. harsh, stern, cruel
  3. stormy

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First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative truculentus truculenta truculentum truculentī truculentae truculenta
genitive truculentī truculentae truculentī truculentōrum truculentārum truculentōrum
dative truculentō truculentō truculentīs
accusative truculentum truculentam truculentum truculentōs truculentās truculenta
ablative truculentō truculentā truculentō truculentīs
vocative truculente truculenta truculentum truculentī truculentae truculenta

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