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English

Etymology

Latin in-, nocere hurt

Pronunciation

Adjective

innocent (comparative {{{1}}}, superlative {{{2}}})

Positive
innocent

Comparative
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Superlative
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  1. Pure, uncorrupted, unspoiled, or naive.
  2. Bearing no responsibility for a crime.
  3. Harmless.

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Translations

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Noun

Singular
innocent

Plural
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innocent ({{{1}}})
  1. Those who are innocent; young children.
    The slaughter of the innocents was a significant event in the New Testament.

Catalan

Adjective

innocent

  1. innocent

Usage notes

"El dia dels innocents" (the day of innocents) is the 28th December, it's similar to 1st April

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French

Pronunciation

Adjective

Singular Plural
Masculine innocent
IPA: /i.nɔ.sɑ̃/
innocents
IPA: /i.nɔ.sɑ̃/
Feminine innocente
IPA: /i.nɔ.sɑ̃t/
innocentes
IPA: /i.nɔ.sɑ̃t/

innocent m. (f. innocente, m. plural innocents, f. plural innocentes)

  1. innocent

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