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Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

illus, diminutive ending, 243 .

illūstris, decl., 115 . N.1.

-im, acc. ending, decl. III, 73- 76 .

-im, in pres. subjv., 183 . 2.

imber, decl., 66 , 67, 76 . b.

immāne quantum, 575 . d.

immō, how used, 329 .

Imperative mood, 154 . b; how used, 157. c; terminations, 163 . b, 179. e; dīc, dūc, fac, fer, 182 ; some vbs. used chiefly in, 206. g; w. iam dūdum, 466 . N. 2; in commands, 448 ; 3d pers., 448 . a ; forms in ind. disc., 588; fut., 449 and a; various periphrases for imv., 449, c; imperative as protasis, 521 . b.

Imperative Sentence, 269 . d.

Imperfect tense, defined, 160 . a, 471; use, 470 ; in descriptions, id. a; w. iam diū etc., id. b; inceptive and conative, id. c; w. iam, id. N. ; of surprise, id. d; in dialogue, id. e; could, etc., id. f; epistolary, 479 and N. ; represented by perf. subjv., 485 . b. 3; imperf. subjv., sequence, id. g, h, 584. a and N.

imperō, constr., 563 .

Impersonal construction of pass. w. infin. clause, 566. b, 582 and a.

Impersonal verbs, synopsis of, 207; classified, 208 ; passive of intransitives, id. d, 372; impersonals, miseret etc., w. gen., 354 , b; libet, licet, w. dat., 368. 1; acc. w. decet etc., 388 . c.

impertiō, constr., 364 .

impetrō, constr., 563 , 568. ftn. 2.

impetus, defect., 103 . d.

impleō, constr., 409 . a. N.

implicō, constr., 364 .

impōnō, constr., 430 .

īmus, 130 . a. N. 2.

in-, neg. prefix, 267 . d. 1.

in-, stem-ending, 61 . 2; īn-, 83. a.

in, prep., use, 220 . c, 221. 12; comp. w. vbs., 267 . a; in, w. acc. or abl., 259. e (cf. 430 ); w. acc., penalty, 353. 2. N. ; vbs. comp, with, w. dat., 370 ; in w. acc., w. adjs., 385. b; in citations, 428 . d. N. 2; place where, 426. 3; in idioms of time, 424 . e; w. abl. of gerund, 507.

Inceptive or Inchoative verbs, 263 . 1.

Inclination, adjs. of, constr., 384, 385 . b.

inclutus, compar., 131 . a.

Incomplete action, tenses of. See Continued action.

Indeclinable nouns, gender of, 33; list of, 103 . a; adjectives, 122. b.

Indefinite antecedent, relative with, w. subjv., 535. a and N. 2.

Indefinite pronouns, decl., 148 - 151. Syntax, 309 - 315; indefinite relative may introduce conditional clause, 512. N., 519 .
Indefinite subject, omitted 318 . b; use of 2d person for, 439. a; in general conditions, 518 . a; licet clārum fierī, 455. N.

Indefinite value, 417 and a.

Indicative mood, 154 . b; how used, 157. a, 437 ; for Eng. subjv., id. a; in apod. of conditions contrary to fact, 517. b, c, 522 . a; in causal clauses, 540; in clause with quod, 572 ; in deliberative questions, 444. a. N.

indigeō, w. gen., 356 . N.

indīgnus, w. abl., 418 . b; w. quī and subjv., 535.f.

INDIRECT DISCOURSE, origin etc., 577; list of verbs that take ind. disc., 579 , ftn.; direct and indir. quotation, 578. Moods in ind. disc., 580 ; verb of saying implied, id. a. Subj. acc., 580. Subord. clause when explanatory, 583 ; clauses w. rel. which is equivalent to demonstr., id. b. Tenses of inf. in ind. disc., 584 ; tenses of subjv., 585 ; subjv. depending on perf. inf., id. a; pres. and perf. after secondary tense (repraesentātiō), id. b. Conditional sentences in ind. disc., 589; questions, 586 ; deliberative subjv., 587; commands, 588 ; prohibition, id. N. 2. Informal ind. disc., 591.1, 592 .

Indirect object, 274 , 361 , 362 , 366, 367 .

Indirect Questions, defined, 330 , 331 ; Syntax, 331. N., 332 . b. N., 573- 575 ; fut. tense in, 575. a; deliberative subjv. in, id. b; indic. in (early Lat.), id. c; num in, 332. b. N.

Indirect quotation, 578 .

Indirect reflexive, 300 . 2 and b.

Indo-European, 14 , 18, 19 .

indūcō, w. names of authors, 497. d. N.

induō, double constr. of, 364 .

ineō, constr., 370 . b.

ineptus, constr., 505 . a. ftn.

inermis or -us, 122 . a.

īnfera, defect., 111 . b, cf. 130; compar., 130. b.

īnferī, meaning in plur., 130 . b.

īnferior, comparison, 130 . b.

Infinitive Clauses, as subj. or obj., 452; w. pass. vbs., 582 and a. See also Indirect Discourse. Cf. also 459.

INFINITIVE MOOD, 154 . b and ftn.; tenses of, 164.3. b, 486 ; how used, 157. d; pass. in -ier, 183 . 4; fut. inf. of deponents, 190. c; subject in acc., 397 . e.

INFINITIVE MOOD, Syntax, 451 - 463; used as subject, 452 ; complementary inf., 456; vbs. having subjv. or inf., 457 (cf. 563); inf. for obj. clause, 563 . N. ; w. subject acc., 459; case of predicate noun, 581 and N. 3; inf. of purpose, 460; w. adjs., in poetry, 461 ; of result, id. a; as pure noun, id. b; in exclamations, 462 (sequence, 482 . N.). Historical inf., 463. Tenses of inf., 486 ; perf. instead of pres., id. d, e; fore ut etc., for fut. inf., 569. a. Inf. in ind. disc., 579 ; tenses, 584.

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