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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

Case-endings of the Five Declensions

39. The regular Case-endings of the several declensions are the following:— 1

  DECL. I DECL. II   DECL. III   DECL. IV

 

  DECL.V
SINGULAR
F.   M. N.   M.,F.N.   M. N.   F.
NOM.-a   -us -um   -s -us   -ēs
----   (modified stem)
GEN.-ae     -is -ūs -ēī ()
DAT.-ae     -uī ()   -ēī ()
ACC.-am   -um -um   -em (-im)(like nom.)   -um   -em
ABL.     -e ()
VOC.-a   -e -um   (like nom.) -us   -ēs
PLURAL
N.V.-ae   -ī -a   -ēs-a, -ia   -ūs -ua   -ēs
GEN.-ārum   -ōrum   -um , -ium -uum -ērum
D.AB.-īs   -īs   -ibus -ibus (-ubus) -ēbus
ACC.-ās   -ōs -a   -ēs (-īs)-a, -ia   -ūs -ua   -ēs

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Notes
1
For ancient, rare, and Greek forms (which are here omitted), see under the several declensions.