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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

ADJECTIVES/ FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSIONS (ā- AND o-STEMS)

112. Stems in ro- preceded by a consonant form the Nominative Masculine like ager (§ 47) and are declined as follows:—

niger, nigra, nigrum,black

MASCULINE STEM nigro- FEMININE STEM nigrā- NEUTER STEM nigro-
SINGULAR
NOM. niger nigra nigrum
GEN. nigrī nigrae nigrī
DAT. nigrō nigrae nigrō
ACC. nigrum nigram nigrum
ABL. nigrō nigrā nigrō
PLURAL
NOM. nigrī nigrae nigra
GEN. nigrōrum nigrārum nigrōrum
DAT. nigrīs nigrīs nigrīs
ACC. nigrōs nigrās nigra
ABL. nigrīs nigrīs nigrīs

a. Like niger are declined aeger, āter, crēber, faber, glaber, integer, lūdicer, macer, piger, pulcher, ruber, sacer, scaber, sinister, taeter, vafer; also the possesives, noster, vester (§145).

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