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Happiness adds and multiplies, as we divide it with others.
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Etymology 1

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Noun

passus (genitive passūs); m, fourth declension

  1. step

Inflection

Fourth declension (4).

Number Singular Plural
nominative passus passūs
genitive passūs passuum
dative passuī passibus
accusative passum passūs
ablative passū passibus
vocative passus passūs

Etymology 2

Perfect passive participle of patior (suffer)

Participle

passus m. (feminine passa, neuter passum); first/second declension

  1. suffered, having suffered.

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative passus passa passum passī passae passa
genitive passī passae passī passōrum passārum passōrum
dative passō passae passō passīs passīs passīs
accusative passum passam passum passōs passās passa
ablative passō passā passō passīs passīs passīs
vocative passe passa passum passī passae passa

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