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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

FIFTH DECLENSION (e-STEMS)

96. Nouns of the Fifth Declension are declined as follows:—

rēs, F., thingdiēs, M., dayfidēs, F., faith
STEM rē-STEM diē-STEM fidē-
SINGULAR
CASE-ENDINGS
NOM.rēsdiēsfidēs-ēs
GEN.rĕī diēī (diē)fidĕī -ēī ()
DAT.rĕī diēī (diē)fidĕī -ēī ()
ACC.remdiemfidem-em
ABL.rēdiēfidē
PLURAL
NOM.rēsdiēs-ēs
GEN.rērumdiērum-ērum
DAT.rēbusdiēbus-ēbus
ACC.rēsdiēs -ēs
ABL.rēbusdiēbus-ēbus
Note— The ē of the stem is shortened in the genitive and dative singular of fidēs, spēs, rēs, but in these it is found long in early Latin. In the accusative singular e is always short.

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