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Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

Infinitive used as noun, gender, 33; w. gen., 343 . c. (See also Infinitive Mood, Syntax.)

īnfitiās, defect., 103 . b. 6; use, 428. i.

Inflection, defined, 21 ; terminations of, id. b; how modified, 28; of decl. and conj., 22 .

Influence, vbs. of, w. ut-clause, 563.

Informal Indirect Discourse, 591, 592 .

īnfrā, use, 220 . a, 221. 13.

ingēns, decl., 121 . a. 3; compar., 131. b.

iniūriā, as abl. of manner, 412 . b.

iniussū, defect., 94 . c.

inops, decl., 121 . a. 3, b. 1.

inquam, inquit, 206 . b; position of, 599. c.

Inseparable particles, 267 . b.

Insertion of consonants (p in sūmpsī), 15. 11, 639 .

īnsidiae, dat. w., 367 . d.

īnspergō, constr., 364 .

īnstar, indecl., 103 . a ; w. gen., 359. b.

īnstō, constr., 563 .

Instrument, abl. of, 409 .

Instrumental case, 35 . N. (cf. 338, 398 ); as adv., 215. 4; source of several abl. constructions, 408 .

īnsulam, ad, 428 . a. integer, decl., 112. a.

Integral part, subjv. of, 591 , 593.

integrum est ut, 568 .
Intensive pronoun, 146 . N.7, 8, 298. c-f.

Intensive vbs., 263 . 2 and b.

inter, use, 220 . a, 221. 14; in comp., 267 . a; vbs. comp. w., 370; position, 435 ; inter sē (reciprocal), 145. c, 301 .f; inter sīcāriōs, 353. 2; inter, w. gerund, 506 and N.1.

interclūdō, constr., 364 and N. 2.

interdīcō, constr., 364 . N. 1.

interest, constr., 355 ; w. ad, id. b; how to express degree of interest, id. N. 2.

interior, compar., 130 . a.

Interjections, defined, 20 ; list, 226; w. dat., 379 . a.

Interlocked order of words, 598 . h.

Intermediate clauses, Syntax of, 591- 593 .

Interrogative advs., use, 333 ; position, 598. b.

Interrogative particles, list of, 217. d; use, 331 - 333.

Interrogative pronoun, 148 - 151; use, 333 ; position, 598. b.

Interrogative sentences, 269 . b; forms of, 330- 336 .

iutrā (interior), 130 . a; derivation, 215. 4.
Intransitive verbs, 273 . 2, 274. N. ; used impersonally in pass., 208 . d; dat. w., 366 ff.; used transitively, w. acc. and dat., 369 (cf. 388. a. N.) ; w. cognate acc., 390 ; having passive sense, w. ab, 405. a.

-īnus, adj. ending, 249 .

inūtilis, w. dat. of gerund etc., 505. a.

invictus, compar., 131 . a.

invītus, compar., 131 . a.

-iō, noun ending, 238 . b; gend., 86.

-iō, vbs. in, conj. III, 176 . b. 2; forms of, 179. c, e; paradigm, 188 ; conj. IV, 179. d; derivation, 262 .

iocus, plur. in -ī or -a, 106 . b.

Ionic measure, 609 . c; verse, 626. 16.

ip-, stem-ending, 56 . a.

ipse, formation, 146 . N.7, 8; decl., 146; use, 297 . c; used instead of reflexive, 300. b.

īrī, in fut. inf. pass., 203 . a.

Ironical statement not different in form from question, 332. a. N.

Irrational measures, 609 . e, 623. N.

-is-, -iss-, -sis-, dropped in perf., 181. b. N.2.

is, decl., 146 ; use, 152, 297 . d. e; used emphatically, 298. a; used instead of reflexive, 300 . b.

-ĭs, nom. ending, gend., 86 ; -is, patronymic, 244.

-īs, for -iīs in decl. I, 43 . e. N.2; nom. and acc. plur., decl. III, 77 (cf. 73 ); of adjs., 117, 121 . c; Greek nom. ending, 83. b. -īs, nouns in, see īt-.

Islands, names of, loc. use, 427. 3, 428 . e; from which, 427. 1; to which, id. 2.

-isse, -issem, vb. ending, see 181. b.

-issō, vbs. ending in, 263 . b.

iste, shortened to ste, 146 . N.5; decl., 146; use, 297 . c.

istic, decl., 146 . a.

It, as sign of Impersonals, 207 . ftn.

īt as stem-ending, 58 . b; decl., 78, 121 . a. 4.

ita, correl. with ut, 323 . g; in answers, 336. a; ita ut, 537 . 2. N.2.

itaque, accent, 12 . a; compared with ergō, 324. i; used with ergō, id. k; position of, 599 . b.

iter, stem of, 79 . c.

Iterative subjunctive, 518 . c.

Iterative verbs (-tō, -itō, -sō), 263. 2.

-itō, vbs. in, 263 . 2.

-ītus, adj. ending, 246 .

iubar, decl., 76 . a. 3.

iubeō, w. acc., 367 . a; w. inf., 563. a; in pass., 566 . c.

iucundus, constr., 510 . N. 2.

iūgerum, defect. 103 . d. 3; decl., 105. b; measure, 636 .

-ium, gen. plur., decl. III, 74. a; of adjs., 114 . a, 117, 121 . b.

-ium, noun ending, 241 . b.

iungō, w. abl. or dat., 368 . 3. N., 413. N.

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