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Third Declension Nouns in the Plural Posted by on Jun 29, 2009

There are also i stem nouns in the masculine and feminine that have the same number of syllables in the genitive and in the nominative in the plural. N : –ēs G : –ium D : –ibus Acc : –ēs or –īs Abl : –ibus The endings for the Latin word for torrent or stream:…

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Third Declension Nouns Posted by on Jun 26, 2009

There are third declension nouns in the masculine and feminine with an i stem that have the same number of syllables in the genitive as in the nominative. Here are the endings for the nouns in the singular: N : – G : –is D : –ī Acc : –em or –im Abl : –e…

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3rd Declension Neuter Plurals Posted by on Jun 23, 2009

The third declension neuter plural endings are not as unpredictable as the third declension neuter singular endings. N : –a G : –um D : –ibus Acc : –a Abl : –ibus Now the endings for the Latin word for work N : opera G : operum D : operibus Acc : opera Abl :…

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3rd Declension Neuter Nouns in the Singular Posted by on Jun 20, 2009

Third declension neuter nouns in the nominative singular and the accusative singular are unpredictable. That’s why you’ll see a dash in the endings for the nominative and accusative. N: – G : –is D : –ī Acc :  – Abl : –e The endings for the Latin word for foot: N : pēs G :…

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3rd Dec. Nouns with Unpredictable Endings in the Nominative Plural Posted by on Jun 17, 2009

N : –ēs G : –um D : –ibus Acc : –ēs Abl : –ibus The endings for the Latin word for consul: N : cōnsulēs G : cōnsulum D : cōnsulībus Acc : cōnsulēs Abl : cōnsulibus The endings for the Latin word for row: N : ōrdinēs G : ōrdinum D : ōrdinibus…

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