Latin Cases and Endings

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Latin Cases and Endings
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2010-09-16 19:19:35
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Describe the different noun cases and endings
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  1. Nominative Case
    Used to indicate the subject.
  2. Genitive Case
    Used to modify another noun.
  3. Dative
    Used to mark the person or thing indirectly affected by the action of the verb.
  4. Accusative
    To indicate the direct object.
  5. Ablative
    Noun that modifies or limits the verb. Such as "by what" "by whom" or "with whom"
  6. Vocative
    To address a person or thing directly. Usually with the interjection O.
  7. First Declension Noun Endings Singular
    • nom -a
    • gen -ae
    • dat -ae
    • acc -am
    • abl -a
    • voc -a
  8. First Declension Noun Endings Plural
    • nom -ae
    • gen -arum
    • dat -is
    • acc -as
    • abl -is
    • voc -ae
  9. Second Delcension Endings Noun in -us Singular
    • nom -us
    • gen -i
    • dat -o
    • acc -um
    • abl -o
    • voc -e
  10. Second Delcension Endings Noun in -us Plural
    • nom -i
    • gen -orum
    • dat -is
    • acc -os
    • abl -is
    • voc -i
  11. -er nouns second declension singular endings
    • nom - none
    • gen - i
    • dat - o
    • acc - um
    • abl - o
    • voc - none
  12. -er second declension nouns plural endings
    • nom - i
    • gen - orum
    • dat - is
    • acc - os
    • abl - is
    • voc - i

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