coniectus

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

Perfect passive participle of cōniciō (bring together, connect; prophesy; conclude), from con (with) + iaciō (throw, hurl).

NounEdit

coniectus m (genitive coniectūs); fourth declension

  1. a throwing together
  2. a crowding, connecting or uniting together
  3. a confluence, concourse; crowd, pile
  4. a projecting, hurling
  5. (figuratively, of the eyes or mind) turning, directing

InflectionEdit

Fourth declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative coniectus coniectūs
genitive coniectūs coniectuum
dative coniectuī coniectibus
accusative coniectum coniectūs
ablative coniectū coniectibus
vocative coniectus coniectūs

ParticipleEdit

coniectus m (feminine coniecta, neuter coniectum); first/second declension

  1. thrown, brought together, united, connected, having been brought together
  2. dispatched, assigned, having been dispatched
  3. urged, pressed, having been urged
  4. prophesied, foretold, having been foretold
  5. concluded, guessed, having been concluded
  6. disputed, discussed, having been discussed

InflectionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative coniectus coniecta coniectum coniectī coniectae coniecta
genitive coniectī coniectae coniectī coniectōrum coniectārum coniectōrum
dative coniectō coniectae coniectō coniectīs coniectīs coniectīs
accusative coniectum coniectam coniectum coniectōs coniectās coniecta
ablative coniectō coniectā coniectō coniectīs coniectīs coniectīs
vocative coniecte coniecta coniectum coniectī coniectae coniecta

Related termsEdit

Last modified on 4 September 2013, at 22:51