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acutus

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Latin

Etymology

Perfect passive participle of acuō (sharpen, make sharp)

Participle

acūtus m. (feminine acūta, neuter acūtum); first/second declension

  1. sharp

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative acūtus acūta acūtum acūtī acūtae acūta
genitive acūtī acūtae acūtī acūtōrum acūtārum acūtōrum
dative acūtō acūtae acūtō acūtīs acūtīs acūtīs
accusative acūtum acūtam acūtum acūtōs acūtās acūta
ablative acūtō acūtā acūtō acūtīs acūtīs acūtīs
vocative acūte acūta acūtum acūtī acūtae acūta
  • superlative acūtissimus m, acūtissima f, acūtissimum n

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