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ablative
used to show the noun's action of being in a location
accusative
used to show the noun is going toward or away from a location
nominative
used to show the noun is the subject of the sentence, rather than the object
dative
used to show the noun is the indirect recipient or an object or action/ the indirect object
genitive
used to show the noun's possession
nuntio
the boy gives the messenger a letter
nuntio
the boy gives the messenger a letter
2nd declension
singular
dative
nuntii
the messenger's shoe
nuntii
the messenger's shoe
2nd declension
singular
genitive
nuntiis
the messengers walk through the fields
nuntiis
the messengers walk through the fields
2nd declension
plural
ablative
nuntiorum
the messengers' shoes
nuntiorum
the messengers' shoes
2nd declension
plural
genitive
nuntios
the messengers walk toward the villa
nuntios
the messengers walk toward the villa
2nd declension
plural
accusative
nuntium
the messenger walks toward the villa
nuntium
the messenger walks toward the villa
2nd declension
singular
accusative
nuntiis
the boy gives the messengers letters
nuntiis
the boy gives the messengers letters
2nd declension
plural
dative
nuntio
the messenger walks through the fields
nuntio
the messenger walks through the fields
2nd declension
singular
ablative
nuntii
the messengers and the dogs
nuntii
the messengers and the dogs
2nd declension
plural
nominative
nuntiius
the messenger and the dogs
nuntiius
the messenger and the dogs
2nd declension
singular
nominative
ancillis
the boy gives the slave-women hugs
ancillis
the boy gives the slave-women hugs
1st declension
plural
dative
ancillae
the boy gives the slave-woman a hug
ancillae
the boy gives the slave-woman a hug
1st declension
singular
dative
ancillis
the slave-women go through the fields
ancillis
the slave-women go through the fileds
1st declension
plural
ablative
ancilla
the salve-woman goes through the fields
ancilla
the slave-woman goes through the fields
1st declension
singular
ablative
ancillam
the slave-woman walks through the villa
ancillam
the slave-woman walks through the villa
1st declension
singular
accusative
ancilla
slave-woman and the dogs
ancilla
slave-woman and the dogs
1st declension
singular
nominative
ancillae
salve-women and the dogs
ancillae
salve-women and the dogs
1st declension
plural
nominative
ancillae
slave-woman's shoe
ancillae
slave-woman's shoe
1st declension
singular
genitive
ancillarum
slave-women's shoes
ancillarum
slave-women's shoes
1st declension
plural
genitive
ancillas
the slave-women walk through the villa
ancillas
the slave-women walk through the villa
1st declension
plural
accusative
tempes
the times are getting closer to the parties
tempes
the times are getting closer to the parties
3rd declension
plural
accusative
tempem
the time is getting closer to the party
tempem
the time is getting closer to the party
3rd declension
singular
accusative
tempibus
the date and the times
tempibus
the date and the times
3rd declension
plural
dative
tempis
the time's number
tempis
the time's number
3rd declension
singular
genitive
tempum
the times' numbers
tempum
the times' numbers
3rd declension
plural
genitive
tempi
the date and the time
tempi
the date and the time
3rd declension
singular
dative
tempes
the times and the date
tempes
the times and the date
3rd declension
plural
nominative
tempe
the time of the party
tempe
the time of the party
3rd declension
singular
ablative
tempibus
the times of the parties
tempibus
the times of the parties
3rd declension
plural
ablative
temp
the time and the date
temp
the time and the date
3rd declension
singular
nominative
bovibus
the cows are in the grass
bovibus
the cows are in the grass
3rd declension
plural
ablative
bovem
the cow walks toward the grass
bovem
the cow walks toward the grass
3rd declension
singular
accusative
boves
the cows walk toward the grass
boves
the cows walk toward the grass
3rd declension
plural
accusative
bove
the cow is in the grass
bove
the cow is in the grass
3rd declension
singular
ablative
bovibus
the grass and the cows
bovibus
the grass and the cows
3rd declension
plural
dative
bovi
the grass and the cow
bovi
the grass and the cow
3rd declension
singular
dative
bovum
the cows' grass
bovum
the cows' grass
3rd declension
plural
genitive
bos
the cow and the grass
bos
the cow and the grass
3rd declension
singular
nominative
boves
the cows and the grass
boves
the cows and the grass
3rd declension
plural
nominative
bovis
the cow's grass
bovis
the cow's grass
3rd declension
singular
genitive
liberum
the boy brings the book to the library
liberum
the boy brings the book to the liberum
2nd declension
singular
accusative
liberos
the boy brings the books to the library
liberos
the boy brings the books to the liberos
2nd declension
plural
accusative
liberi
the books and the paper
liberi
the books and the paper
2nd declension
plural
nominative
liberi
the book's pages
liberi
the book's pages
2nd declension
singular
genitive
liberorum
the books' pages
liberorum
the books' pages
2nd declension
plural
genitive
libero
the dog and the book
libero
the dog and the book
2nd declension
singular
dative
liberis
the dog and the books
liberis
the dog and the books
2nd declension
plural
dative
libero
book in the library
libero
book in the library
2nd declension
singular
ablative
liberis
books in the library
liberis
books in the library
2nd declension
plural
ablative
liber
the book and the paper
liber
the book and the paper
2nd declension
singular
nominative