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Adjectives

You can now fill out the parts of thrice as many words, by choosing one of three "sets" below. (Thanks to Alden Denny for his suggestion.)

  • Set One: bonus, bona, bonum; vetus, veteris; omnis, omne
  • Set Two: miser, misera, miserum; pauper, pauperis; fortis, forte
  • Set Three: alter, altera, alterum; fortior, fortius; ingens, ingentis

(The words in the nom. line of the tables below should change as you select different sets above. If they do not, please contact the webmaster.)

First and Second declension

Adjs

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masculine  feminine  neuter 
sg. nom. bonus (good)  bona  bonum 
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Notes:

  • alter, altera, alterum (one or the other of two) is irregular: in all genders, its gen. sg. is alterius and dat. sg. alteri.
  • Similarly, uter, utra, utrum (which of two) goes to utrius and utri; and its compound uterque, utraque, utrumque (each of two) does the same.
  • Adjectives with the same characteristic include: alius, alia, aliud (other); nullus (-a, -um) (no); ullus (any); solus (only); totus (whole); and unus (one).

Third declension

Adjs

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Not neuter  Neuter  Not neuter  Neuter 
sg. nom. vetus (old)  vetus  omnis (all)  omne 
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Notes:

  • 1 Most 3rd declension adjectives have stems in -i.
  • N.B. fortius is a comparative adjective.

  • N.B. Most 3rd declension adjectives with stems in -i appear in vocabulary lists with their nom. sg. m./f. and nom. sg. neuter forms, e.g. omnis, omne. 3rd declension adjectives with stems in consonants appear in vocabulary lists with their nom. sg. and gen. sg. forms, e.g. vetus, veteris, and some i-stems do too:
    • ingens (neuter ingens) gen. ingentis appears ingens, ingentis
    • ferox (n. ferox) gen. ferocis appears ferox, ferocis
    • celer (f. celere, n. celere) gen. celeris appears celer, celeris