Paradigm of Flo-ralicius, Flo-ratius (adjective)
DISCLAIMER: This feature is still under construction. Most words work fine, but words with irregular forms might have problems. Irregular forms are not yet displayed here. Also, many pronouns and especially Greek words are not quite working yet.
To see a paradigm, search or browse for a word, then click the option to see the paradigm.

Primary Form (1 of 2)

Masculine (Positive)
 SingularPlural
NominativeFlōrāliciusFlōrāliciī
GenitiveFlōrāliciīFlōrāliciōrum
DativeFlōrāliciōFlōrāliciīs
AccusativeFlōrāliciumFlōrāliciōs
AblativeFlōrāliciōFlōrāliciīs
VocativeFlōrālicieFlōrāliciī
Feminine (Positive)
 SingularPlural
NominativeFlōrāliciaFlōrāliciae
GenitiveFlōrāliciaeFlōrāliciārum
DativeFlōrāliciaeFlōrāliciīs
AccusativeFlōrāliciamFlōrāliciās
AblativeFlōrāliciāFlōrāliciīs
VocativeFlōrāliciaFlōrāliciae
Neuter (Positive)
 SingularPlural
NominativeFlōrāliciumFlōrālicia
GenitiveFlōrāliciīFlōrāliciōrum
DativeFlōrāliciōFlōrāliciīs
AccusativeFlōrāliciumFlōrālicia
AblativeFlōrāliciōFlōrāliciīs
VocativeFlōrāliciumFlōrālicia
Adverbial (Positive)
Flōrāliciē
Adjectives of the 2-1-2 declension ending in -eus or -ius form the comparative with magis.
Adjectives of the 2-1-2 declension ending in -eus or -ius form the superlative with maxime.

Secondary Form (2 of 2)

Masculine (Positive)
 SingularPlural
NominativeFlōrātiusFlōrātiī
GenitiveFlōrātiīFlōrātiōrum
DativeFlōrātiōFlōrātiīs
AccusativeFlōrātiumFlōrātiōs
AblativeFlōrātiōFlōrātiīs
VocativeFlōrātieFlōrātiī
Feminine (Positive)
 SingularPlural
NominativeFlōrātiaFlōrātiae
GenitiveFlōrātiaeFlōrātiārum
DativeFlōrātiaeFlōrātiīs
AccusativeFlōrātiamFlōrātiās
AblativeFlōrātiāFlōrātiīs
VocativeFlōrātiaFlōrātiae
Neuter (Positive)
 SingularPlural
NominativeFlōrātiumFlōrātia
GenitiveFlōrātiīFlōrātiōrum
DativeFlōrātiōFlōrātiīs
AccusativeFlōrātiumFlōrātia
AblativeFlōrātiōFlōrātiīs
VocativeFlōrātiumFlōrātia
Adverbial (Positive)
Flōrātiē
Adjectives of the 2-1-2 declension ending in -eus or -ius form the comparative with magis.
Adjectives of the 2-1-2 declension ending in -eus or -ius form the superlative with maxime.

 
top_lefttop_controlrow1_right
middle_left
middle_check
middle_arrow
middle_right
middle_left
middle_check
middle_arrow
middle_right
middle_left
middle_check
middle_arrow
middle_right
middle_left
middle_check
middle_arrow
middle_right
middle_left
middle_check
middle_arrow
middle_right