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EtymologyEdit

From pudīcus(chaste; modest, shamefaced), from pudet(it shames).

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pudīcitia f ‎(genitive pudīcitiae); first declension

  1. chastity, virtue; shamefacedness, modesty

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First declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative pudīcitia pudīcitiae
genitive pudīcitiae pudīcitiārum
dative pudīcitiae pudīcitiīs
accusative pudīcitiam pudīcitiās
ablative pudīcitiā pudīcitiīs
vocative pudīcitia pudīcitiae

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