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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

Nominal Adjectives

246. Adjectives meaning provided with are formed from nouns by means of the regular participial endings—

-tus, -ātus, -ītus, -ūtus

fūnes-tus, deadly; fūnus (st. fūner-, older fūne/os-), death.
hones-tus, honorable;honor, honor.
faus-tus (for †faves-tus), favorable;favor, favor.
barb-ātus, bearded;barba, a beard.
turr-ītus, turreted;turris, a tower.
corn-ūtus, horned;cornū, a horn.
Note -ātus , -ītus , -ūtus , imply reference to an imaginary verb-stem: -tus is added directly to nouns without any such reference.

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