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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

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

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

nomen, N., namegenus, N., race corpus, N., bodyaequor, N., sea
STEM nomin-STEM gener-STEM corpor-STEM aequor-
SINGULAR
NOM.nōmengenuscorpusaequor
GEN.nōminisgeneriscorporisaequoris
DAT.nōminīgenerīcorporīaequorī
ACC.nōmengenuscorpusaequor
ABL.nōminegenerecorporeaequore
PLURAL
NOM.nōminageneracorporaaequora
GEN.nōminumgenerumcorporumaequorum
DAT.nōminibusgeneribus corporibusaequoribus
ACC.nōminageneracorporaaequora
ABL.nōminibusgeneribuscorporibusaequoribus

So also are declined opus , -eris , work; pīgnus , -eris or -oris , pledge , etc.

Note— The following real or apparent liquid and nasal stems have the genitive plural in -ium , and are to be classed with the i-stems: imber, linter, ūter, venter; glīs, mās, mūs, [†rēn ]; also vīrēs (plural of vīs : see § 79 ).

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