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Definition of: gerundive

(jə·rundiv) Gram. adjective
Like, pertaining to, or having the nature of the gerund.
noun In Latin, a verbal adjective having the gerund stem and used as future passive participle, expressing obligation, fitness, or necessity, as regendus, that must or should be ruled, or amandus, to be loved, that should be loved, etc.
[<LL gerundivus <gerundium GERUND]

Most often used phrases:

latin gerundive
gerund gerundive

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