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victoria
victory, the victory
Singular Nominative: Subject
or
by, with, from the victory
singular Ablative
land, the (a) land
Subject
terra

Singular nominative
Subject
nautis
to or for the sailors
plural dative
indirect object
of the (a) land
terr-ae
singular genitive
possessive
lands, the lands (direct object)
terr-as
plural accusitive
direct object
to or for the (a) land
terr- ae
singluar dative
indirect object
answers the question
Subject verb direct object to indiect object (She gave the key to Jan.)
lands, the lands
(subject)
terr-ae
plural Nominative
Subject
silvas
forests, the forests
plural accusitive
direct object
gloriam
the glory
singular Accusative
direct object
What declension?
gloria, gloriae
1st
What declension?
Victoria, victoriae
1st
porta
gate, the gate
singular nominative
subject
victoriam
the victory
singular Accusative
direct object
What declension?
Maria, Mariae
1st
portarum
of the gates
plural genitive
possesive
silvam
the forest
singluar accusative
direct object
What declension?
silva, silvae
1st
What two cases have the same endings in the singular first declension?
Nominative (subject)
Ablative (by with or for)
of the lands
terr-arum
plural genitive
possessive
What Declension?
porta, portae
1st
by, with, from the lands
terr-is
Plural ablative
gloriae
of the glory, fame
singular genitive
possesive
What declension?
Nauta, Nautae
1st
What two cases have the same endings in the plural 1st declension?
Dative
(indirect object - to)
Ablative
(by with or from)
portis
to or for the gates
plural dative
indirect object
or
by or with or for the gates
plural ablative
by, with, from the (a) land
terr-a
singlular ablative
to or for the lands
terr-is
plural dative
indirect object
silvis
to or for the forests
plural dative
indirect object
nautarium
of the sailors
plural genitive
possessive
the (a) land
(direct object)
terr-am
singluar Accusative
direct object
Maria
Mary
singular nominative
subject
or
by, with or from Mary
singular ablative
terris
to or for the lands
plural dative
indirect object
or
by, with, from the lands
plural ablative