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A, quantity of final, 604 . d.

ă, acc. of Greek nouns in, 81. 2; as nom. ending, decl. III, gend., 84- 87.

ā, in decl. I, 37 ; stem-vowel of conj. I, 171, 174 , 179. a, 259 ; in subjunctive, 179; preps, in -ā, adv. use of, 433 . 4.

ā-, primary suffix, 234.I. 1.

ā (ab, abs), use, 220 . b, 221.1, 429 . b; compounded with vbs., 267. a; w. abl. of agent, 405 ; w. place from which, 426.1; w. names of towns, 428 . a; expressing position, 429. b; as adv. expressing distance, w. abl. of degree of difference, 433. 3; in comps., w. dat., 381 ; in comps., w. abl., 402; w. abl. of gerund, 507 .

ā parte, 398 , 429. b.

ab and au in auferō, 200. a.N.

Abbreviations of prænomens, 108. c.

Ability, verbs of, constr., 456; in apod., 517 . c.

ABLATIVE, defined, 35 . e; in -ābus, 43. e; in -d, 43 . N.1, 49. e, 80 . ftn., 92.f; of i-stems, decl. III, 74 . e; rules of form, 76; nouns having abl. in -ī, 76 . a, b; of decl. IV, in -ubus, 92. c; abl. used as supine, 94 . b; of adjs., decl. III, 121. a. 1-4; preps. followed by, 220 . b; adverbial forms of, 214. e, cf. 215 . 4.

ABLATIVE, Syntax, 398 - 420; classification and meaning, 398 , 399. Separation, 400 ; w. vbs. of freedom, 401; w. comps., 402 ; w. adjs. of freedom etc., 402. a. Source and material, 403 ; w. participles, id. a; w. cōnstāre etc., id. b; w. facere, id. c; w. nouns, id. d. Cause, 404; causā, grātiā, id. c. Agent, 405; means for agent, 405 . b. N.1. Comparison, 406; opīniōne, spē, etc., id. a; w. alius, 407 . d; w. advs., id. e. Means, 409; w. dōnō etc., 364 ; w. ūtor, fruor, etc., 410; w. opus and ūsus, 411 . Manner, 412. Accompaniment, 413 . Degree of difference, 414; quō . . . eō, 414 . a. Quality, 415; price, 416 ; charge or penalty, 353. 1. Specification, 418 ; w. dīgnus etc., id. b. Abl. Absolute, 419; adverbial use, id. c; replacing subord. clauses, 420 ; supplying place of perf. act. part., 493. 2. Place, 422 , 426. 3; w. vbs. and frētus, 431 and a. Abl. of time, 423; of time w. quam, 434 . N. ; of place from which, 426. 1; names of towns, domus, rūs, 427 .1; ex urbe Rōmā, 428. b. Locative abl., 426 . 3; way by which, 429. a; w. transitive compounds, 395 . N.1; time within which, 424. c; duration of time, id. b. Abl. w. preps., 220 . b, 221, 430 , 435; w. ex for part. gen., 346 . c; w. prō (in defence of), 379. N. ; w. palam etc., 432 . c; abl. of gerund, 507; equiv. to pres. part., id. ftn.

Ablaut, 17 ; in decl. II, 45. c.
Abounding, words of, w. abl., 409. a; w. gen., 356 .

Absence, vbs. of, w. abl., 401.

Absolute case, see Abl. Absolute.

Absolute use of vb., 273. 2. N.2, 387 . N.

absque mē etc., in Pl. and Ter., 517.f.

Abstract nouns, gend., 32; in plur., 100 . c; endings, 238; w. neut. adj., 287 .4. a, 289; abstract quality denoted by neut. adj., 289 . a.

absum, constr., 373. b.

-ābus, in dat. and abl. plur., decl. I, 43. e.

ac, see atque.

ac sī, w. subjv., 524.

Acatalectic verse, 612. a.

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