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Wheelock's Latin

SUMMARY OF FORMS

NOUNS-DEClENSIONS
First

Second

Third

porta, -ae
f., gate
Sg.
N port-a
G. port-ae
D. port-ae
A. port-am
Ab. port-a
PI.
N port-ae
G. port-arum
D. port-is
A. port-as
Ab. port-is

amicus, -i
m.,ji-iend

puer, -i
m., boy

ager, -gri
m.,jield

donurn, -i
n., gift

rex, regis
rn., king

corpus, -oris
n" body

arnic-us l
amic-i
amic-a
arnie-lim
arnic-o

puer
puer-i
puer-o
puer-um
puer-o

ager
agr-i
agr-o
agr-um
agr-o

don-lim
don-i
don-a
don-um
don-a

rex
reg-is
reg-i
reg-em
reg-e

corpus
corpor-is
corpor-i
corpus
corpor-e

amic-i
amic-orum
amie-is
arnie-os
amie-is

puer-i
puer-orum
puer-is
puer-os
puer-is

agr-i
agr-orum
agr-is
agr-os
agr-is

don-a
don-arum
don-is
don-a
don-is

reg-es
reg-UlTI
reg-ibus
reg-es
reg-ibus

corpor-a
corpor-um
eorpor-ibus
corpor-a
eorpor-ibus

Third (I-Stems)
cTVIS, -IS
rn., cifizen
Sg.
N civ-IS
G. cTv-is
D. cTv-i
A. civ-em
Ab. civ-e
PI.
N cTv-es
G. cTv-ium
D. civ-ibus
A. elV-CS
Ab. eiv-ibus
Vf.\' is irregular: Sg.,
Ab. viribus.

Fourth

Fifth

urbs, -is
C, city

mare, -IS
n., sea

frOctus, -OS
m.,ji-uit

cornu,-us
n., horn

dies, -eT
m.,day

urb-s
lu·b-is
urb-i
urb-em
urb-e

mar-e
mar-is
rnar-i
mar-e
mar-i

frOct-us
frOct-us
frOet-lii
frOct-um
frOct-u

corn-fl
corn-Os
eorn-u
corn-O
corn-U

di-es
di-ei
di-ei
di-em
di-e

urb-cs
urb-ium
urb-ibus
urb-es
urb-ibus
N., vis, G. (vIs).

mar-Ja
mar-ium
mar-ibus
mar-ia
mar-ibus
D. (vI), A. vim. Ab.

frOct-us
frnct-uum
rrnet-ibus
frOct-us
frOct-ibus
vi; Pl., N. vires, G.

I The vocative singular of nouns like amicus and
of masculine adjectives like magnus ends in -e. The
vocative singular of filius and or names in -ius ends in
a single -I (fili, Vergili); the vocative singular of the

corn-ua
di-es
corn-uum
di-erum
corn-ibus
di-ebus
corn-ua
di-es
corn-ibus
di-ebus
virium, D, viribus, A. vires,

masculine adjective meus is mi; the vocative singular
of masculine adjectives in -ius ends in -ie (egregius;
cgregie). Otherwise, the vocative has the same form as
the nominative in all declensions.


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