vespera, -ae, f. evening, the west
Declension: Vespera is a Latin noun of the first declension.
English Derivative: Vespers (evening prayers). Vesper is also the Roman name for the evening star.
Example and Tip:
Pliny's ghost story uses the noun in the form vespera. Determine which case it could be in by running through the paradigm in your mind or by consulting the paradigm below. Note the macrons appear in this paradigm. There are no macrons in Rose William's version of Pliny's haunted house story, so you need to look for other clues to determine which part of speech it is in.