Appendix:Latin fourth declension

DescriptionEdit

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

ExamplesEdit

Masculine or Feminine -us formEdit

Citation form: manus, -ūs f

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

Neuter -ū formEdit

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

See alsoEdit

Last modified on 30 January 2014, at 22:05