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Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

nōn satis, 291 . c. N.2.

Nones (nōnae), 631 . c.

nōnne, in questions, 332 . b.

nōs, decl., 143 ; for ego, 143. a.

noster, for poss. gen., 302 . a.

nostrī, as objective gen., 143 . c, 295. b.

nostrum, as partitive gen., 143 . b, 295. b; as objective gen., 295 . b. N.1.

Noun and adj. forms of vb., 166 .

Noun stem, treated as root, 176 . d.

Nouns defined, 20 . a; indecl., gend., 33; decl. of, 37 - 95; derivative forms of, 235 - 241; used as adjectives, 321 . c; rule of agreement, 281; w. part, gen., 346 . a. 1; w. obj. gen., 348; governing acc., 388 . d. N. 2; noun as protasis, 521. a.

Nouns of agency, 235 ; formation, 236.

novendecim, 133. N.2. nox, decl., 72 .

ns, nf, gn, quantity of preceding vowel, 10. d, 603 . d.

-ns, as adjective ending, 118 ; participles in, decl., 119, 121 . b. 2; w. gen., 349. b; w. acc., id. N. 1, 2.

nt- (ont-, ent-), primary suffix, 234. II. 18.

nt-, stems in, decl., 121 . a. 4.

nu-, primary suffix, 234 . II. 6.

nūbēs, decl., 72 .

nūbō, w. dat., 368 . 3.

nūllus, decl., 113 ; use, 314. a; cf. nēmō.

num, force of, 332 . b; in indirect questions, id. N.

Number, 35 ; nouns, defect. in, 99, 100 , 101, 103 . f, g; variable in, 107; peculiar uses, 101 . N. 1, 317. d. N.2; number in vbs., 154 . e; agreement in, 280; w. appositives, 282 . a; w. adjs., 286 and b; w. vbs., 316 , 317. d.

Numeral advs., 138 .

Numerals, 132 - 139; cardinals and ordinals, 132 , 133; distributives, 136 ; advs., 138; others, 139 . Position of numeral adjs., 598. b.

numquis, 149 . b, 310. a.

nunc, compared w. iam, 322 . b.

nunc . . . nunc, 323 . f.

nurus, gend., 90 .

-nus, adj. ending, 250 .

O for u after u or v, 6 . a, b; in decl. II, 46. N. 1.

o- (ā-), primary suffix, 234 . I. 1.

-ō in nom., 61 . 1; gend., 86; in fem. abl. of Greek adjs., 111 . b. N.

-ō, -ōnis, noun ending, 236 . c, 255.

ō sī, w. subjv. of wish, 442 . a and N.1.

o-stems, decl. II, 45 ; in adjs., 111- 113 ; vbs. from o-stems, 259. 2.

ob, use, 220 . a, 221. 15; in comp., 267. a; in comp. w. vbs., w. dat., 370; to express cause, 404 . b; w. gerund, 506 and N. 1.

obeō, constr., 370 . b.

Obeying, vbs. of, 367 ; w. acc., id. a.

Object cases, 274 . a.

Object clauses, infin., 452 ; subjv., 561- 568 .

Object defined, 274; becomes subj. of pass., 275, 387 . b; acc. of direct w. dat. of indir. obj., 362 ; secondary obj., 394 ; obj. of anticipation, 576.

Objective case expressed in Latin by gen., dat., acc., or abl., 274. a.

Objective compounds, 265 . 3.

Objective genitive, meī etc., 143. c; defined, 348 . N.; w. nouns, 348; w. adjs., 349 .

Obligation, unfulfilled, hortatory subjv., 439. b.

Oblique cases, 35 . g; origin of names of, 338.

oblīvīscor, w. acc. or gen., 350 . a, b.

obvius (obviam), derivation, 216 and N.; obviam as apparent adj., 321 . d; w. dat., 370. c.

Occasion, expressed by participle, 496.

ōcior, compar., 130 .

octōdecim, 133 . N.2.

ōdī, conj., 205 ; w. meaning of present, 476.

-oe, for -ī in nom. plur., decl. II, 52. d.

offendō, constr., 370 . b.

-ôius, names in, 49 . f.

Old forms of pronouns: mīs, tīs, 143. a.N. ; mēd, tēd, id.

ollus (ille), 146 . N. 4.

-olus, diminutive ending, 243 .

Omission, of possessive, 302 . c; of antecedent, 307. c.

omnēs; nōs omnēs (instead of omnēs nostrum), 346. e.

ŏn-, stem-ending, 83 . c.

-ŏn, Greek ending, decl. II, 52.

ōn-, stem-ending, 61 . 1, 234. II. 13.

-ōn, gen. plur., decl. II, 52 . c.

-ōn, nom. ending, 83 . c, d.

ont-, nom. -ōn, 83 . d.

Open syllables, 7 . N. 2.

operā, w. gen., 405 . b.

operam dō, w. dat. of gerund etc., 505; w. subjv., 563 .

Operations of nature, 208 . a.

opīniōne, w. compar., 406 . a.

opīnor, position of, 599 . c.

oportet, 208. c; w. acc., 388. c; in apod., 517 . c; imperfect refers to present, plupf. to past, 522. a. N. 1; w. subjv. or inf., 565 and N. 3.
oportuit, w. pres. inf., 486 . a; w. perf. inf., id. b.

oppidum, ad, 428 . b.

oppūgnō, w. acc., 370 . b.

ops, defect., 103 . f. 1.

Optative, derivation, and comparison w. subjv., 436.

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