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pallidus

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Indo-European *pelito-, from *pel- (gray). Cognates include Sanskrit पलित (palitá), Ancient Greek πελιτνός (pelitnós), Old Church Slavonic плавъ (plavŭ), Old Armenian ալիք (alikʿ, wave, gray hair), German falb (pallid), Persian پلید (IPA(key): pælɪd).

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AdjectiveEdit

pallidus m (feminine pallida, neuter pallidum); first/second declension

  1. pale, pallid
  2. that makes or causes a pale condition
  3. (by extension) musty, moldy
  4. (figuratively) frightened, pale with fright

InflectionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case \ Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative pallidus pallida pallidum pallidī pallidae pallida
genitive pallidī pallidae pallidī pallidōrum pallidārum pallidōrum
dative pallidō pallidae pallidō pallidīs pallidīs pallidīs
accusative pallidum pallidam pallidum pallidōs pallidās pallida
ablative pallidō pallidā pallidō pallidīs pallidīs pallidīs
vocative pallide pallida pallidum pallidī pallidae pallida

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