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trīmulus (feminine trīmula, neuter trīmulum); first/second-declension adjective

  1. Diminutive of trīmus
    • 121 CE, Suetonius, De vita Caesarum 6.6:
      Trīmulus patrem āmīsit; cuius ex parte tertiā hērēs, nē hanc quidem integram cēpit correptīs per cohēredem Gāium ūnīversīs bonīs.
      • 1889 translation by Alexander Thomson
        He lost his father when he was three years old, being left heir to a third part of his estate; of which he never got possession, the whole being seized by his co-heir, Caius.

DeclensionEdit

First/second-declension adjective.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nominative trīmulus trīmula trīmulum trīmulī trīmulae trīmula
Genitive trīmulī trīmulae trīmulī trīmulōrum trīmulārum trīmulōrum
Dative trīmulō trīmulō trīmulīs
Accusative trīmulum trīmulam trīmulum trīmulōs trīmulās trīmula
Ablative trīmulō trīmulā trīmulō trīmulīs
Vocative trīmule trīmula trīmulum trīmulī trīmulae trīmula

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