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How are the endings formed for second declension nouns ending in -r?

ā ē ō ī ū
Use the same endings as nouns that end in -us (except for the nominative singular), but they may or may not drop the vowel that comes before the -r in the stem.

Man - vir vs. field - ager
vir, virī vs. agri, agrorum
nominative singular and plural: man, men
vir
virī
genitive singular and plural: of the man, of the men
virī
virōrum
dative singular and plural
virō
virīs
accusative singular and plural
virum
virōs
ablative singular and plural
virō
virīs
nominative singular and plural: field, fields
ager
agrī
genitive singular and plural
agrī
agrōrum
dative singular and plural
agrō
agrīs
accusative singular and plural
agrum
agrōs
ablative singular and plural
agrō
agrīs