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Etymology 1

Perfect passive participle of saliō (leap, jump, spring).

Participle

saltus m. (feminine salta, neuter saltum); first/second declension

  1. leapt, jumped, having been jumped.
  2. having sprung forth, having flowed down.
  3. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) having mounted for copulation.
Inflection
Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative saltus salta saltum saltī saltae salta
genitive saltī saltae saltī saltōrum saltārum saltōrum
dative saltō saltae saltō saltīs saltīs saltīs
accusative saltum saltam saltum saltōs saltās salta
ablative saltō saltā saltō saltīs saltīs saltīs
vocative salte salta saltum saltī saltae salta

Noun

saltus (genitive saltūs); m, fourth declension

  1. a leap, jump; a leaping
Inflection
Number Singular Plural
nominative saltus saltūs
genitive saltūs saltuum
dative saltuī saltibus
accusative saltum saltūs
ablative saltū saltibus
vocative saltus saltūs

Etymology 2

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Noun

saltus (genitive saltūs); m, fourth declension

  1. A forest or mountain pasture; a pass, dale, ravine, glade.
Inflection
Number Singular Plural
nominative saltus saltūs
genitive saltūs saltuum
dative saltuī saltibus
accusative saltum saltūs
ablative saltū saltibus
vocative saltus saltūs

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