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cōnfīdō, constr., 431 and N.1.

Conjugation, defined, 22 .

Conjugation of verbs, 171 - 193; how distinguished, 171 ; regular forms of, 173; mixed forms, id.; parallel forms, 189 ; stem-vowels of conjugations, 171- 178 ; stems of the four conjugations, how modified, 179; paradigms of the four regular conjugations, 184 - 212.

Conjunctions, defined, 20 . g; classes of, 223; list of, 224 . Syntax, 323. a, 324 . a-k, 539, 540 . notes; correlative use, 323. g; conjs. repeated, id. e; omitted, id. b; used together, 324. k.

Conjunctive adverbs, 20 . g. N.

Conjunctive phrases, 224 .

Connectives, relatives used as, 308.f.

cōnor, w. inf., 563 . e.; cōnor sī, id. N. 1.

Consecutive clauses, defined, 279. e; uses, 536 - 538; clauses of result or characteristic, 559 .

Consecutive conjunctions, 223 . b. 5, 224. II. e.

cōnsequor ut, 568 .

cōnsistere, w. abl., 403 . b. ftn. 2, 431.

Consonant stems of nouns, decl. III, 56- 64 ; cons. stems of adjs., 117; case-forms, 121 ; of verbs, 259. a. 3.

Consonant suffixes (primary), 234. II.

Consonants, classification, 3 ; changes, 14- 19 ; insertion, 15. 11; transposition, 177 . a. N. ; dissimilation, 15.6; assimilation, id. 16 ; pronunciation, 8 and N., 11 . b. N.

cōnsors, decl., 121 . a. 3.

cōnstāre, w. abl., 403 . b.

cōnstituō, constr., 563 . d.

Cōnstrūctiō ad sēnsum, see Synesis.

Constructions of cases, 338 - 435 (see under Abl. etc.).

cōnsuēvī, use, 476 .

cōnsul, decl., 62 .

cōnsulāris, decl., 76 . a. 2.

cōnsulō, w. dat. or acc., 367 . c.

Contention, words of, constr., 368. a, 413 . b.

contentus, w. abl., 431 . a; w. perf. inf., 486.f.

continērī, w. abl., 403 . b. ftn.

contingit ut, 568 .

Continued action, tenses of, 160, 161 .

Continuing, vbs. of, w. complementary inf., 456.

contrā, use, 220 . a, 221. 8, 321 . d; as adv., 433. 4; position, 435 .

Contracted forms, vīn’, scīn’, 13. N. ; gen. in -ī, dat. and abl. in -īs, 49 . a, b.
Contracting, vbs. of, w. gerundive, 500. 4.

Contraction of vowels, 15 . 3; quantity, 10. c; in prosody, 603 . c; of syllables, 608. d.

Contrary to fact conditions, 517; in ind. disc., 589 . b.

conveniō, w. acc., 370 . b.

Coӧrdinate conjunctions, 223 . a, 224. a-d; coӧrd. clauses, 278 . a; coӧrd. words without conj., 323. b; w. conj., id. c.

Copula, 272 , 283; position of, 598 . j.

Copulative conjunctions, 223 . a. 1, 224. I. a; constr. after, 323 ; omission of, 323. b.

Copulative verbs, 272 , 283.

cor, decl., 59 , 60. b, 103 . g. 2.

corpus, decl., 64 .

Correlatives, 152 , 323. g; rendered by the . . . the, 414 . a; advs. of place, 217. a; conjs., 323 .f, g.

cōs, decl., 103 . g. 2.

Countries, names of, gend., 32 ; as end of motion, and place from which, 428. c.

Crāsis, 603 . c.

crēber, decl., 112 . a.

crēdibilī, w. comparative, 406 . a.

crēdō, position of, 599 . c.

Cretic foot, 609 . d; verse, 628. c.

Crime or charge, gen. of, 352 .

-crum, noun ending, 240 .

crux, decl., 103 . g. 2.

cucumis, decl., 75 . a.

cûiās, cûius, 145 . b, 151. h.

cuicui modī, 151 . b. N.

cûius modī, 345 . a.

-culum, noun suffix, 240 .

-culus, dim. ending, 243 .

cum, quom (conj.), form, 544 ; meaning, 544 ff.; cum . . . tum, 323 . g, 549. b; sequence, 485 . e. N. ; w. clause for part., 492, 493 . 2; temporal, 545 - 548 ; causal or concess., 549; in ind. disc., 585 . b. N. ; cum (whenever), 545. N.2, 548 .

cum (prep.), 220 . b; in comp., see com-; joined as enclitic with pronouns, 143.f, 150 . d; use of, 221.9; w. plur. adj., 286 . a. N. ; w. plur. verb, 317. N.; w. abl. of manner, 412 ; w. abl. of accompaniment, 413; w. words of contention, 413 . b; w. words of exchange, 417. b. N.

-cumque, added to relatives, 151. a and N.; temporal particles w., 542 .

-cundus, verbal adj. ending, 253 and b.

cupiō, constr., 563 . b.

cūrō, constr., 563 ; cūrā (imv.), use, 449. c.

-cus, suffix, 232 . N., 249.

Customary action, 470 , 518. c.

D changed to s, 15 .5; -d, old abl. ending, decl. I, 43. N. 1; decl. II, 49 . e; decl. III, 80, ftn.; decl. IV, 92.f; mēd, tēd, 143 . a. N. ; sēd, 144. b. N. 2; -ē in advs. originally -ēd, 214 . a. N.; -d as neut. pron. ending, 113. b; loss of -d, 398 .

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