CE Level 2: 2nd Declension


servus, slave (masculine)
case singular plural
nom. serv-us serv-i
acc. serv-um serv-os
gen. serv-i serv-orum
dat. serv-o serv-is
abl. serv-o serv-is
bellum, war (neuter)
case singular plural
nom. bell-um bell-a
acc. bell-um bell-a
gen. bell-i bell-orum
dat. bell-o bell-is
abl. bell-o bell-is

The vocative singular ending for –us nouns is –e, e.g. serve. If the noun ends in –ius, the vocative singular ends in –i, e.g. gladi.

Treat all other cases of puer, ager and vir as though their nominative singulars had been puerus, agrus and virus respectively.

deus (god) has the alternative forms di (nom. + voc. pl.), deum (gen. pl.) and dis (dat. + abl. pl.)

Neuter nouns decline in the same way as masculine nouns, just with the two neuter rules applied (i.e. nom. = acc.; nom. & acc. pl. end with –a.









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