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EtymologyEdit

From pecūnia ‎(money) + -ōsus ‎(full of).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

pecūniōsus m ‎(feminine pecūniōsa, neuter pecūniōsum); first/second declension

  1. moneyed, rich, wealthy
  2. gainful

InflectionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative pecūniōsus pecūniōsa pecūniōsum pecūniōsī pecūniōsae pecūniōsa
genitive pecūniōsī pecūniōsae pecūniōsī pecūniōsōrum pecūniōsārum pecūniōsōrum
dative pecūniōsō pecūniōsō pecūniōsīs
accusative pecūniōsum pecūniōsam pecūniōsum pecūniōsōs pecūniōsās pecūniōsa
ablative pecūniōsō pecūniōsā pecūniōsō pecūniōsīs
vocative pecūniōse pecūniōsa pecūniōsum pecūniōsī pecūniōsae pecūniōsa

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