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EtymologyEdit

From prō- +‎ misceō(mix).

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AdjectiveEdit

prōmiscuus m ‎(feminine prōmiscua, neuter prōmiscuum); first/second declension

  1. not separate or distinct, mixed; mutual, shared
  2. indiscriminate, promiscuous
  3. (grammar) epicene
  4. common, usual, general

InflectionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative prōmiscuus prōmiscua prōmiscuum prōmiscuī prōmiscuae prōmiscua
genitive prōmiscuī prōmiscuae prōmiscuī prōmiscuōrum prōmiscuārum prōmiscuōrum
dative prōmiscuō prōmiscuō prōmiscuīs
accusative prōmiscuum prōmiscuam prōmiscuum prōmiscuōs prōmiscuās prōmiscua
ablative prōmiscuō prōmiscuā prōmiscuō prōmiscuīs
vocative prōmiscue prōmiscua prōmiscuum prōmiscuī prōmiscuae prōmiscua

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