inquilino
Italian
Etymology
Borrowed from Latin inquilīnus.
Pronunciation
Noun
inquilino m (plural inquilini, feminine inquilina)
tenant, occupant
Derived terms
Related terms
inquilinato
Latin
Pronunciation
Etymology 1
inquilīnus (“tenant”) +‎ (1st conjugation verbal suffix)
Verb
inquilīnō (present infinitive inquilīnāre, perfect active inquilīnāvī, supine inquilīnātum); first conjugation, no passive
(intransitive) I am a tenant
Conjugation
   Conjugation of inquilīnō (first conjugation, active only)
indicativesingularplural
firstsecondthirdfirstsecondthird
activepresentinquilīnōinquilīnāsinquilīnatinquilīnāmusinquilīnātisinquilīnant
imperfectinquilīnābaminquilīnābāsinquilīnābatinquilīnābāmusinquilīnābātisinquilīnābant
futureinquilīnābōinquilīnābisinquilīnābitinquilīnābimusinquilīnābitisinquilīnābunt
perfectinquilīnāvīinquilīnāvistīinquilīnāvitinquilīnāvimusinquilīnāvistisinquilīnāvērunt, inquilīnāvēre
pluperfectinquilīnāveraminquilīnāverāsinquilīnāveratinquilīnāverāmusinquilīnāverātisinquilīnāverant
future perfectinquilīnāverōinquilīnāverisinquilīnāveritinquilīnāverimusinquilīnāveritisinquilīnāverint
subjunctivesingularplural
firstsecondthirdfirstsecondthird
activepresentinquilīneminquilīnēsinquilīnetinquilīnēmusinquilīnētisinquilīnent
imperfectinquilīnāreminquilīnārēsinquilīnāretinquilīnārēmusinquilīnārētisinquilīnārent
perfectinquilīnāveriminquilīnāverīsinquilīnāveritinquilīnāverīmusinquilīnāverītisinquilīnāverint
pluperfectinquilīnāvisseminquilīnāvissēsinquilīnāvissetinquilīnāvissēmusinquilīnāvissētisinquilīnāvissent
imperativesingularplural
firstsecondthirdfirstsecondthird
activepresentinquilīnāinquilīnāte
futureinquilīnātōinquilīnātōinquilīnātōteinquilīnantō
non-finite formsactivepassive
presentperfectfuturepresentperfectfuture
infinitivesinquilīnāreinquilīnāvisseinquilīnātūrumesse
participlesinquilīnānsinquilīnātūrus
verbal nounsgerundsupine
genitivedativeaccusativeablativeaccusativeablative
inquilīnandīinquilīnandōinquilīnanduminquilīnandōinquilīnātuminquilīnātū
Derived terms
inquilīnātus (Late Latin)
References
Etymology 2
See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.
Noun
inquilīnō m
  1. dative singular of inquilīnus
  2. ablative singular of inquilīnus
Portuguese
Etymology
From Latin inquilīnus (“tenant”, “lodger”).
Noun
inquilino m (plural inquilinos, feminineinquilina, feminine plural inquilinas)
  1. tenant (one who pays a fee to use land or live somewhere)
  2. (biology) inquiline (animal that lives commensally in the dwelling place of another animal)
Spanish
Etymology
From Latin inquilīnus (“tenant, lodger”).
Pronunciation
Noun
inquilino m (plural inquilinos, feminineinquilina, feminine plural inquilinas)
  1. tenant, renter, lessee
  2. tenant farmer
Further reading
inquilino” in Diccionario de la lengua española, Vigésima tercera edición, Real Academia Española, 2014.
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