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Appendix:Latin fourth declension

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Description

Latin words of the fourth declension are generally masculines or feminines in -us and neuters in . The genitive is in -ūs.

Examples

Masculine or Feminine -us form

Citation form: manus, -ūs f.

Case Singular Plural
nominative man-us man-ūs
genitive man-ūs man-uum
dative man-ūi man-ibus
accusative man-um man-ūs
ablative man-ū man-ibus
vocative man-us man-ūs
locative man-ū man-ibus

Neuter -ū form

Citation form: cornū, -ūs n.

Case Singular Plural
nominative corn·ū corn·ua
genitive corn·ūs corn·uum
dative corn·ū corn·ibus
accusative corn·ū corn·ua
ablative corn·ū corn·ibus
vocative corn·ū corn·ua
locative corn·ū corn·ibus

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