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    Cardinal: duodēsexāgintā
    Ordinal: duodēsexāgēsimus





duodēsexāgēsimus (feminine duodēsexāgēsima, neuter duodēsexāgēsimum); first/second-declension numeral

  1. fifty-eighth
    • 30 CE, Velleius Paterculus, Historia Romana 2.53:
      Hic post tres consulatus et totidem triumphos domitumque terrarum orbem sanctissimi atque praestantissimi viri in id evecti, super quod ascendi non potest, duodesexagesimum annum agentis pridie natalem ipsius vitae fuit exitus, in tantum in illo viro a se discordante fortuna, ut cui modo ad victoriam terra defuerat, deesset ad sepulturam.
      So died in his fifty-eighth year, on the very eve of his birthday, that upright and illustrious man, after holding three consul­ships, celebrating three triumphs, conquering the whole world, and attaining to a pinnacle of fame beyond which it is impossible to rise. Such was the inconsistency of fortune in his case, that he who but a short time before had found no more lands to conquer now found none for his burial.



First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative duodēsexāgēsimus duodēsexāgēsima duodēsexāgēsimum duodēsexāgēsimī duodēsexāgēsimae duodēsexāgēsima
Genitive duodēsexāgēsimī duodēsexāgēsimae duodēsexāgēsimī duodēsexāgēsimōrum duodēsexāgēsimārum duodēsexāgēsimōrum
Dative duodēsexāgēsimō duodēsexāgēsimō duodēsexāgēsimīs
Accusative duodēsexāgēsimum duodēsexāgēsimam duodēsexāgēsimum duodēsexāgēsimōs duodēsexāgēsimās duodēsexāgēsima
Ablative duodēsexāgēsimō duodēsexāgēsimā duodēsexāgēsimō duodēsexāgēsimīs
Vocative duodēsexāgēsime duodēsexāgēsima duodēsexāgēsimum duodēsexāgēsimī duodēsexāgēsimae duodēsexāgēsima