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Declension of Feminine Demonstratives Posted by on Jan 30, 2010 in Latin Language

There’s a feminine declension of “this” in the singular and plural. NS = nominative singular. GS = gentive singular. NP = nominative plural. GP = genitive plural and so on.

NS = haec

GS = huius

DS = huic

ACS = hanc

ABS = hāc

VOC = –

NP = hae

GP = hārum

DP = hīs

ACP = hās

ABP = hīs

VOC = –

Now the feminine singular and plural of “that” :

NS = illa

GS = illīus

DS = illī

ACS = illam

ABS = illā

VOC = –

NP = illae

GP = illārum

DP = illīs

ACP = illās

ABP = illīs

VOC = –

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