Latin edit

Etymology edit

From in- (without, not) +‎ temerātus (defiled, dishonored).

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Adjective edit

intemerātus (feminine intemerāta, neuter intemerātum); first/second-declension adjective

  1. undefiled, unviolated, unimpaired, inviolate, chaste, virgin, pure

Declension edit

First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative intemerātus intemerāta intemerātum intemerātī intemerātae intemerāta
Genitive intemerātī intemerātae intemerātī intemerātōrum intemerātārum intemerātōrum
Dative intemerātō intemerātō intemerātīs
Accusative intemerātum intemerātam intemerātum intemerātōs intemerātās intemerāta
Ablative intemerātō intemerātā intemerātō intemerātīs
Vocative intemerāte intemerāta intemerātum intemerātī intemerātae intemerāta

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  • English: intemerate
  • Italian: intemerato
  • Portuguese: intemerato

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