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EtymologyEdit

From super (above, over).

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AdjectiveEdit

supernus (feminine superna, neuter supernum); first/second declension

  1. upper, that is located above
  2. celestial, supernal, lofty
  3. (figuratively) northern
  4. (military, substantive) a sword thrust made over the top of an opponent's shield

DeclensionEdit

First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative supernus superna supernum supernī supernae superna
Genitive supernī supernae supernī supernōrum supernārum supernōrum
Dative supernō supernae supernō supernīs supernīs supernīs
Accusative supernum supernam supernum supernōs supernās superna
Ablative supernō supernā supernō supernīs supernīs supernīs
Vocative superne superna supernum supernī supernae superna

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