abnodatus

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EtymologyEdit

Perfect passive participle of abnōdō(unknot), from ab(from, away from) + nōdō(knot, tie a knot), from nōdus(knot).

ParticipleEdit

abnōdātus m ‎(feminine abnōdāta, neuter abnōdātum); first/second declension

  1. unknotted, cleared of knots, having been cleared of knots

InflectionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative abnōdātus abnōdāta abnōdātum abnōdātī abnōdātae abnōdāta
genitive abnōdātī abnōdātae abnōdātī abnōdātōrum abnōdātārum abnōdātōrum
dative abnōdātō abnōdātō abnōdātīs
accusative abnōdātum abnōdātam abnōdātum abnōdātōs abnōdātās abnōdāta
ablative abnōdātō abnōdātā abnōdātō abnōdātīs
vocative abnōdāte abnōdāta abnōdātum abnōdātī abnōdātae abnōdāta

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