Second Declension Singular Nouns with the er/ir Endings Posted by on May 10, 2009 in Latin Language

This group can be divided into 2 groups; one group keeps the “e” when declined, and one does not. Words in this category are (ager) field and (magister) teacher.

The er/ir endings for the singular form are as follows:

N : -er/ir

G :

D :

Acc : -um

Abl : –ō

These endings are for the Latin word for boy:

N : puer

G : puerī

D : puerō

Acc : puerum

Abl : puerō

The singular endings for the Latin word for man:

N : vir

G : virī

D : virō

Acc : virum

Abl : virō

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