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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

Greek Nouns of the Third Declension

82. Some of these forms are seen in the following examples:—

hērōs, M., herolampas, F., torchbasis, F., basetigris, C., tigernāis, F., naiad
STEM hērō-STEM lampad-STEM basi-STEM tigrid- tigri-STEM nāid-
SINGULAR
NOM.hērōslampas basistigrisnāis
GEN.hērōislampadosbaseōs tigris (-idos)nāidos
DAT.hērōīlampadībasī tigrīnāidī
ACC.hērōalampadabasin tigrin (-ida)nāida
ABL.hērōelampadebasī tigrī (-ide)nāide
PLURAL
NOM.hērōĕslampadĕsbasēstigrēsnāidĕs
GEN.hērōumlampadum basium (-eōn)tigriumnāidum
D.,A. 1hērōibuslampadibusbasibustigribusnāidibus
ACC.hērōăslampadăs basīs (-eis) tigrīs (-idăs)nāidăs
PROPER NAMES
NOM.DīdōSimoīsCapys
GEN. Dīdōnis (Dīdūs)SimoentisCapyos
DAT. Dīdōnī (Dīdō)SimoentīCapyī
ACC. Dīdōnem (-ō)SimoentaCapyn
ABL. Dīdōne (-ō) SimoenteCapyë
VOC.DīdōSimoīsCapy
NOM.OrpheusPericlēsParis
GEN. Orpheī (-eōs) Periclis ()Paridis
DAT. Orpheī (-eō) Periclī (-i)Paridī
ACC. Orphea (-um) Periclem (-ea , -ēn) Paridem, Parim ( -in)
ABL.Orpheō PericleParide, Parī
VOC.Orpheu Periclēs ()Pari
Note— The regular Latin forms may be used for most of the above.

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Notes
1
Dative, hērōisin (once only).