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EtymologyEdit

From dēliciae, from dēliciō, from + laciō.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

dēlicātus (feminine dēlicāta, neuter dēlicātum); first/second declension

  1. alluring, charming, delightful; voluptuous
  2. soft, tender, delicate
  3. effeminate, spoilt with indulgence
  4. fastidious, scrupulous
  5. (of a person) overly-luxurious, spoiled

DeclensionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative dēlicātus dēlicāta dēlicātum dēlicātī dēlicātae dēlicāta
Genitive dēlicātī dēlicātae dēlicātī dēlicātōrum dēlicātārum dēlicātōrum
Dative dēlicātō dēlicātae dēlicātō dēlicātīs dēlicātīs dēlicātīs
Accusative dēlicātum dēlicātam dēlicātum dēlicātōs dēlicātās dēlicāta
Ablative dēlicātō dēlicātā dēlicātō dēlicātīs dēlicātīs dēlicātīs
Vocative dēlicāte dēlicāta dēlicātum dēlicātī dēlicātae dēlicāta

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