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EtymologyEdit

From in- +‎ crēdulus.

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AdjectiveEdit

incrēdulus (feminine incrēdula, neuter incrēdulum); first/second declension

  1. unbelieving, disbelieving, incredulous
  2. disobedient

InflectionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative incrēdulus incrēdula incrēdulum incrēdulī incrēdulae incrēdula
Genitive incrēdulī incrēdulae incrēdulī incrēdulōrum incrēdulārum incrēdulōrum
Dative incrēdulō incrēdulae incrēdulō incrēdulīs incrēdulīs incrēdulīs
Accusative incrēdulum incrēdulam incrēdulum incrēdulōs incrēdulās incrēdula
Ablative incrēdulō incrēdulā incrēdulō incrēdulīs incrēdulīs incrēdulīs
Vocative incrēdule incrēdula incrēdulum incrēdulī incrēdulae incrēdula

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