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Etymology edit

Extended form of -entus, perhaps rebracketed on the base of diminutive forms such as violentus, with intermediary violo, from vis with the suffix -ulus (diminutive noun forming suffix).

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Suffix edit

-ulentus (feminine -ulenta, neuter -ulentum); first/second-declension suffix

  1. adjective-forming suffix meaning abounding in, full of

Usage notes edit

  • Forms adjectives primarily from noun stems.

Declension edit

First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative -ulentus -ulenta -ulentum -ulentī -ulentae -ulenta
Genitive -ulentī -ulentae -ulentī -ulentōrum -ulentārum -ulentōrum
Dative -ulentō -ulentō -ulentīs
Accusative -ulentum -ulentam -ulentum -ulentōs -ulentās -ulenta
Ablative -ulentō -ulentā -ulentō -ulentīs
Vocative -ulente -ulenta -ulentum -ulentī -ulentae -ulenta

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