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127. Compounds in -dicus (saying) and -volus (willing) take in their comparison the forms of the corresponding participles dīcēns and volēns , which were anciently used as adjectives:—
  1. maledicus, slanderous; maledīcentior, maledīcentissimus.
  2. malevolus, spiteful; malevolentior, malevolentissimus.

a. So, by analogy, compounds in -ficus:—

  1. māgni ficus, grand; māgnificentior, māgnificentissimus.

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