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EtymologyEdit

Perfect passive participle of scelerō (pollute, defile).

ParticipleEdit

scelerātus m (feminine scelerāta, neuter scelerātum); first/second declension

  1. Polluted, defiled, having been polluted or defiled; criminal, wicked, infamous, impious; accursed, lying under a ban.
  2. (as a result of criminality or viciousness) Hurtful, harmful, noxious, pernicious, unfortunate; made hurtful, poisoned, polluted.
  3. (of a person's actions) Sinful, atrocious, heinous.

DeclensionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative scelerātus scelerāta scelerātum scelerātī scelerātae scelerāta
Genitive scelerātī scelerātae scelerātī scelerātōrum scelerātārum scelerātōrum
Dative scelerātō scelerātae scelerātō scelerātīs scelerātīs scelerātīs
Accusative scelerātum scelerātam scelerātum scelerātōs scelerātās scelerāta
Ablative scelerātō scelerātā scelerātō scelerātīs scelerātīs scelerātīs
Vocative scelerāte scelerāta scelerātum scelerātī scelerātae scelerāta

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