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Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

-êius, adj. ending, 249 ; in prosody, 11. d, 603 .f. N.2.

-êius, names in, decl., 49 . f.

êiusmodī, 146 . b, 345. a.

Ēlectra, decl., 44 .

Elegiac stanza, 616 .

-ēlis, adj. ending, 248 .

Elision, 612 . e.

Ellipsis, 640 .

ellum etc., 146 . a. N. 2.

-ellus, diminutive ending, 243 .

ēluviēs, decl., 98 . a.

em, combined w. prons. (ellum etc.), 146. a. N.2.

Emphasis, 597 .

en- (on-, ēn-, ōn-), primary suffix, 234. II. 13.

Enclitics, accent, 12 . a; quantity, 604. a. 1; cum, 143 .f, 150. b, d; -met, -te, -pte, 143 . d and N. ; -pse, 146. N. 7, 8; -ce, id. a. N.1; -que, see under that word.

End of motion, acc. of, 426 . 2; w. vbs. that also take dat., 363; dat. of, 428 . h; two or more places as end of motion, 428.j.

Endings, signification of, 235 - 263; endings of verb, 165 . 2, 166. See Personal endings, and Terminations.

English method of pronunciation, 8. N.

English words cognate with Lat., 18, 19 .

enim, use, 324 . h; position, 324.j, 599 . b.

-ēnsimus (or -ēsimus), numeral adj. ending, 133. N.1.

-ēnsis, gentile ending, 249 .

Enumeration, prīmum... deinde, 322. d. N.

-ēnus, adj. ending, 249 .

Envy, vbs. of, w. dat., 367 .

eō, used w. supine in -um, 428 . i, 509. N. 1.

eō, used w. quō, 414 . a; w. compar., id.; approaching abl. of cause, id. N.

eō cōnsiliō ut, 531 . 1. N.1.

Epicene nouns, 34 . N.

Epistolary tenses, 479 .

epitomē, decl., 44 .

epulum, plur. -ae, 106 . b.

equester, decl., 115 . a.

equidem, 322 .f. n.

er- for es-, primary suffix, 234. II. 17.

er-, stem-ending, 63 . Exc. 2.

-er, nom. ending, decl. II, 45 - 47; decl. III, 61 . 4, 65 . a; gend., 85 ; -er, adjs. in, 111, 112 , 115; compar. of these, 125 .

ergā, w. acc. after adjs., 385 . b.

ergō, use, 324 . i; w. gen., 359. b.

-erim, -erō, as tense-ending, 169. c, d.

-ernus, adj. ending, 250 .

ero-, noun stems in, decl. II, 50; ēro-, adj. stems in, 111 . a. N.

ES, root of esse, 15 . 4; 170. b. N.

es- (os-), primary suffix, 234 . II. 17.

-ĕs, in nom. plur. of Greek nouns, 81. 4; gend. of nouns in, 85 .
-ēs, gen. of Greek nouns in, decl. II, 52. a; gen. ending, decl. V, 98 . N.

-ēs, list of nouns in, 71 , ftn. 2; gend., 86; formation, 238 . a.

esse, conj., 170 ; forms of, in other languages, id. b. N.; compounds of, 198; case after, 284 ; dat. of poss. w., 373; future part. w. (first periph. conj.), 498 . a, b; position of forms of, 598. c, j.

est, united with other words, 13. N. ; est quī etc., 535 . a; est cum, 535. a. N.3; est ut, 569 . 3.

Esteeming, vbs. of, constr., 393.

-ester (-estris), adj. ending, 250; a noun-ending, 254 . 11.

ēstur, ēssētur, pass. forms of edō, 201. a.

et, use, 324 . a; et . . . et, 323. e; et repeated or omitted, 323 . c.

et, -que, or atque translated but, 324. d. N.

etenim, use, 324 . h, k.

Ethical dative, 380 .

etiam, use, 322 . a; in answers, 336. a. 1.

etiam sī, concessive, 527 . c.

etsī, use, 527 . c.

-ētum, noun ending, 254 . 8.

-eus, Greek names in, 52 . e; -eus, patronymic ending, 244; adj. ending, 247 , 249, 254 . 10.

ēvenit ut, 568 . ftn. 2.

ex (ē), 220 . b; use, 221. 11; in compounds, 267 . a, 402; abl. w., instead of part. gen., 346 . c; in vbs. w. dat., 381 ; w. prons. etc., 403 . a. N. 1; to express place from which, 426. 1; expressing position, 429 . b; after its noun, 435; w. abl. of gerund, 507 .

excellō, w. dat., 368 . 3.

Exchanging, vbs. of, 417 . b.

Exclamation, form of, 333 . N.; nom. in, 339. a; acc. in, 397 . d; w. infin., 462.

Exclamatory questions, 462 . a.

Exclamatory sentences, 269 . c; nom. in, 339. a; gen. in, 359 . a; acc. in, 397. d.

Existence, general expressions of, 535. a.

exlēx, defect., 122 . c.

Expecting, hoping, etc., vbs. of, w. ind. disc., 580. c; w. complem. inf., id. N.

expēnsum, 496 . N.4.

exsiliō, w. abl., 404 . a.

exspēs, defect., 122 . c.

exsultō, w. abl., 404 . a.

exterī, use, 130 . b.

exterior, 130 . b.

extrēmus, form, 130 . a. ftn. 2.

exuō, constr., 364 .

F, original sound of, 1 . b. N.

faber, decl., 112 . a.

fac, imv., 182 , 204; fac (ut), w. subjv., 449 . c; fac nē, in prohibition, 450. N. 2.

faciēs, decl., 98 . a.

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