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From Latin idiōta < Ancient Greek ἰδιώτης (idiōtēs) "person not involved in public affairs, layman" < ἴδιος (idios) "private"

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idiota m. (plural idioti) idiota f. (plural idiote)

  1. (pejorative) idiot

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idiota m (f idiota, m plural idioti, f plural idiote)

  1. idiotic

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From Ancient Greek ἰδιώτης (idiōtēs) "person not involved in public affairs, layman" < ἴδιος (idios) "private"

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idiōta (genitive idiōtae); m, first declension

  1. (pejorative) idiot

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Number Singular Plural
nominative idiōta idiōtae
genitive idiōtae idiōtārum
dative idiōtae idiōtīs
accusative idiōtam idiōtās
ablative idiōtā idiōtīs
vocative idiōta idiōtae

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Idiota m.

  1. idiot

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Idiota m. (feminine idiota, masculine plural Idiotas, feminine plural idiotas)

  1. idiotic

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Idiota m. and f. (plural Idiotas)

  1. idiot

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From Latin idiōta < Ancient Greek ἰδιώτης (idiōtēs) "person not involved in public affairs, layman" < ἴδιος (idios) "private"

AdjectiveModificar

Idiota m. and f. (plural Idiotas)

  1. idiotic

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Idiota m. and f. (plural Idiotas)

  1. (pejorative) idiot

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