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exitus

 >LatinEdit  >EtymologyEdit

Perfect passive participle of exeō (go out)

 >PronunciationEdit

 >NounEdit

exitus m (genitive exitūs); fourth declension

  1. a departure, a going out
  2. an egress, a passage by which one may depart
  3. (figuratively) a conclusion, termination
  4. (figuratively) death
  5. (figuratively) result, event, issue

 >InflectionEdit

Fourth declension.   class="prettytable inflection-table">

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exitus

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exitūs

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genitive

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exitūs

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exituum

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dative

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exituī

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exitibus

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accusative

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exitum

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exitūs

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ablative

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exitū

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exitibus

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vocative

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exitus

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exitūs

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 >ParticipleEdit

exitus m (feminine exita, neuter exitum); first/second declension

  1. gone, left, having gone out.

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exitus

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exita

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exitum

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exitī

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exitae

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exita

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genitive

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exitī

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exitae

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exitī

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exitōrum

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exitārum

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exitōrum

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dative

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exitō

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exitae

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exitō

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exitīs

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exitīs

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exitīs

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accusative

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exitum

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exitam

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exitum

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exitōs

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exitās

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exita

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ablative

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exitō

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exitā

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exitō

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exitīs

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exitīs

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exitīs

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vocative

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exite

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exita

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exitum

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exitī

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exitae

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exita  > >

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 >ReferencesEdit

  • exitus in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879