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EtymologyEdit

From scelus (evil deed).

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AdjectiveEdit

scelestus (feminine scelesta, neuter scelestum); first/second declension

  1. wicked, villainous, criminal, abominable
  2. calamitous, unfortunate
  3. (substantive) a wicked person.

DeclensionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative scelestus scelesta scelestum scelestī scelestae scelesta
Genitive scelestī scelestae scelestī scelestōrum scelestārum scelestōrum
Dative scelestō scelestae scelestō scelestīs scelestīs scelestīs
Accusative scelestum scelestam scelestum scelestōs scelestās scelesta
Ablative scelestō scelestā scelestō scelestīs scelestīs scelestīs
Vocative sceleste scelesta scelestum scelestī scelestae scelesta

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