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Latin Nouns of the First Declension - Endings - Ancient/Classical ...
The one with the nominative in "a" -- una -- is feminine, as are most of the nouns in the first declension. However, there are also common first declension nouns ...
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Latin First Declension Examples - Paradigms of First Declension ...
Singular, Plural. Nominative, incola, incolae. Genitive, incolae, incolarum. Dative, incolae, incolis. Accusative, incolam, incolas. Ablative, incola, incolis ...
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Latin Adjectives for Masculine 1st Declension Nouns
Masculine first declension nouns require masculine adjectives. While today an agricola (farmer) may be feminine, in antiquity, a farmer, sailor, or pirate was ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/adjectivesadverbs/qt/adj1stdeclm.htm
Learning and Memorizing Latin Declension Endings
Since the first declension singular nominative and ablative also end in "a," it is very useful to learn that the first declension singular ablative has a long mark or ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/nouns/f/LatinEndings.htm
Latin Adjectives 1st and 2nd Declension - Ancient/Classical History
The declension of Latin adjectives in the first and second declension.
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/adjectivesadverbs/qt/1stdecladjectiv.htm
Latin Nouns of the Second Declension - Endings
The Cases and Endings of 2nd Declension Latin Nouns ... While first declension nouns end in "-a", second declension nouns (masculine, since we've dispensed ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/caseusage/qt/Latin2nddecl.htm
The Endings on Latin Nouns of the Third Declension
A good bet for a Latin noun whose nominative singular ends in -a is that it is a feminine noun of the First Declension. Likewise, a noun ending in -us in the ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/caseusage/qt/Latin3rddecl.htm
Latin Declension Rules - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Final Letters - Final -i, -o, -u of inflection are always long; final -a is short, except in the Ablative singular of the first declension; final -e is long in the first and fifth ...
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Latin Declensions - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
There are five declensions in Latin, but the third declension is a catch-all ... The first declension is -a-stem; the second, -o, the third, consonantal; the fourth -u, ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/nounsandpronouns/a/060411-Latin-Declensions.htm
To Determine the Latin Declension, Find the Genitive Singular
If you know the declension and the dictionary forms of a noun, you're set. For instance, the word puella , a first declension word that will be listed as "puella, - ae, ...
http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/caseusage/a/Latingenitives.htm
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