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EtymologyEdit

pūteō (I stink”, “I am rotten or putrid) +‎ -idus (tending to, suffix forming adjectives)

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AdjectiveEdit

pūtidus (feminine pūtida, neuter pūtidum); first/second declension

  1. (literally) rotten, decaying, spoiled, fetid
    1. (of a wound) festering, infected, purulent, suppurating
    2. (without the attendant notion of decay or infection) stinking, reeking, foul, mephitic
  2. (transferred senses):
    1. (in contemptuous language, of persons) old, half-rotten, withered, decrepit
      1. (of persons’ minds) addled, worn-out
    2. (of actions, utterances, etc.) tiresome, wearisome, objectionable, vexatious, offensive, disagreeable, disgusting
      1. (of written style, rhetorical composition, or pronunciation) unnatural, affected, stilted, pedantic

DeclensionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative pūtidus pūtida pūtidum pūtidī pūtidae pūtida
genitive pūtidī pūtidae pūtidī pūtidōrum pūtidārum pūtidōrum
dative pūtidō pūtidō pūtidīs
accusative pūtidum pūtidam pūtidum pūtidōs pūtidās pūtida
ablative pūtidō pūtidā pūtidō pūtidīs
vocative pūtide pūtida pūtidum pūtidī pūtidae pūtida

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