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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

THIRD DECLENSION CONSONANT STEMS/ Liquid and Nasal Stems (l, n, r)

62. Nouns of this class are declined as follows:—

cōnsul, M., consulleō, M., lionvirgō, F., maidenpater, M., father
STEM cōnsul-STEM leōn-STEM virgin-STEM patr-
SINGULAR
CASE-ENDINGS
NOM.cōnsulleōvirgōpater-----
GEN.cōnsulisleōnisvirginispatris-is
DAT.cōnsulīleōnīvirginīpatrī
ACC. cōnsulemleōnemvirginempatrem-em
ABL.cōnsuleleōnevirginepatre-e
PLURAL
NOM.cōnsulēsleōnēsvirginēspatrēs-ēs
GEN.cōnsulumleōnumvirginumpatrum-um
DAT.cōnsulibusleōnibusvirginibuspatribus-ibus
ACC.cōnsulēsleōnēsvirginēspatrēs-ēs
ABL.cōnsulibusleōnibusvirginibuspatribus-ibus

Note 1— Stems in ll-, rr- (N.) lose one of their liquids in the nominative: as, far, farris; mel, mellis.

Note 2— A few masculine and feminine stems have a nominative in -s as well as in -r : as, honōs or honor, arbōs or arbor.

Note 3— Canis, dog, and iuvenis, youth, have -is in the nominative.

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