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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

Case-Forms in the Fourth Declension

93. Domus (F.), house, has two stems ending in u- and o-. Hence it shows forms of both the fourth and second declensions:

GEN. domūs ( doī , loc.) domuum (domōrum)
DAT. dom (domō)domibus
ACC.domum domōs (domūs)
ABL.domō (domūdomibus

Note 1— The Locative is domī (rarely domuī ), at home.

Note 2— The Genitive domī occurs in Plautus; domōrum is late or poetic.

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