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vocatus

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Latin

Etymology

Perfect passive participle of vocō (call, invoke)

Participle

vocātus m. (feminine vocāta, neuter vocātum); first/second declension

  1. called, invoked, having been summoned.
  2. named, designated, having been named.
  3. having been brought into a state or condition.

Inflection

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative vocātus vocāta vocātum vocātī vocātae vocāta
genitive vocātī vocātae vocātī vocātōrum vocātārum vocātōrum
dative vocātō vocātae vocātō vocātīs vocātīs vocātīs
accusative vocātum vocātam vocātum vocātōs vocātās vocāta
ablative vocātō vocātā vocātō vocātīs vocātīs vocātīs
vocative vocāte vocāta vocātum vocātī vocātae vocāta

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