mutabilis

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From mūtāre, mūtō (I change, alter) +‎ -bilis.

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AdjectiveEdit

mūtābilis (neuter mūtābile); third-declension two-termination adjective

  1. mutable, changeable, inconstant
    • Albertus Oelingerus, Underricht der Hoch-Teutschen Spraach: Grammatica seu institutio verae Germanicae linguae, in qua Etymologia, Syntaxis & reliquae partes omnes suo ordine breviter tractantur. 1574, p. 2 (books.google):
      Et dividuntur quoque vocales, in mutabiles & immutabilies, more Graecorum. Mutabiles sunt tres. a mutatur in ä vel ä vel e, o mutatur in ö vel ö, u mutatur in ü.
      And the vowels are also divided, into changeable & unchangeable vowels, in the custom of the Greeks. Changeables are three. a is changed into ä (or ä) or e, o is changed into ö (or ö), u is changed into ü.

DeclensionEdit

Third-declension two-termination adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masc./Fem. Neuter Masc./Fem. Neuter
Nominative mūtābilis mūtābile mūtābilēs mūtābilia
Genitive mūtābilis mūtābilium
Dative mūtābilī mūtābilibus
Accusative mūtābilem mūtābile mūtābilēs
mūtābilīs
mūtābilia
Ablative mūtābilī mūtābilibus
Vocative mūtābilis mūtābile mūtābilēs mūtābilia

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