Paradigm of necessarius (adjective)
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Primary Form (1 of 1)

Masculine (Positive)
 SingularPlural
Nominativenecessāriusnecessāriī
Genitivenecessāriīnecessāriōrum
Dativenecessāriōnecessāriīs
Accusativenecessāriumnecessāriōs
Ablativenecessāriōnecessāriīs
Vocativenecessārienecessāriī
Feminine (Positive)
 SingularPlural
Nominativenecessārianecessāriae
Genitivenecessāriaenecessāriārum
Dativenecessāriaenecessāriīs
Accusativenecessāriamnecessāriās
Ablativenecessāriānecessāriīs
Vocativenecessārianecessāriae
Neuter (Positive)
 SingularPlural
Nominativenecessāriumnecessāria
Genitivenecessāriīnecessāriōrum
Dativenecessāriōnecessāriīs
Accusativenecessāriumnecessāria
Ablativenecessāriōnecessāriīs
Vocativenecessāriumnecessāria
Adverbial (Positive)
necessāriē
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.

 
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