In LLPSI Cap XL Orberg has Dido say to the soon-to-depart Aeneas:
Ergo nec noster amor nec dextra [promissum] data te tenet nec Dido crudeliter moritura?
Is moritura simply an adjective meaning about to die ? I made a note earlier that it was a fut. participle...but I don't think it is.... Am I missing something..?
...if it is a fut. participle...what verb is it a fut. part of...because 501 Latin verbs doesn't give it as a fut. part of morior, mori and Whittakers Words gives it as a fut part of :
-, -, moritus sum V DEP ?... i.e. a verb with only a perf. passive. participle..??!!