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convocō, convocāre, 

convocāvī, convocātus-a-um

call together

2

exspectō, exspectāre, 

exspectāvī, exspectātus-a-um

wait for

3

nāvigō, nāvigāre, 

nāvigāvī, nāvigātus-a-um

sail

4

oppugnō, oppugnāre, 

oppugnāvī, oppugnātus-a-um

attack

5

ōrō, ōrāre, ōrāvī, ōrātus-a-um

beg, pray

6

pugnō, pugnāre, pugnāvī, pugnātum

fight

7

incendō, incendere, 

incendī, incensus-a-um

burn

8

occīdō, occīdere, 

occīdī, occāsus-a-um

kill

9

reddō, reddere, 

reddidī, redditus-a-um

give back

10

resistō, resistere, 

restitī, restitum

resist (+ dative)

11

servō, servāre, 

servāvī, servātus-a-um

save

12

trahō, trahere, 

trāxī, tractus-a-um

drag

13

vincō, vincere,

vīcī, victus-a-um

conquer

14

vertō, vertere, vertī, versus-a-um

turn

15

capiō, capere, cēpī, captus-a-um

capture

16

cōniciō, cōnicere, 

cōniēcī, coniectus-a-um

hurl

17

fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitum

flee (+ ablative)

18

iaciō, iacere, iēcī, iactus-a-um

throw

19

conveniō, convenīre, 

convēnī, conventus-a-um

gather together

20

3rd Declension Nouns with 1st and 2nd Declension Adjectives

dear brother

Nom. cārus frāter;  cārī frātrēs
Gen. cārī frātris;  cārōrum frātrum
Dat. cārō frātrī;  cārīs frātribus
Acc. cārum frātrem;  cārōs frātrēs
Abl. cārō frātre;  cārīs frātribus
Voc. cāre frāter;  cārī frātrēs

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3rd Declension Nouns with 1st and 2nd Declension Adjectives

beautiful city

Nom. pulchra urbs;  pulchrae urbēs
Gen. pulchrae urbis;  pulchrārum urbium
Dat. pulchrae urbī;  pulchrīs urbibus
Acc. pulchram urbem;  pulchrās urbēs
Abl. pulchrā urbe;  pulchrīs urbibus
Voc. pulchra urbs;  pulchrae urbēs

22

I-Stem masculine & feminine nouns have what genitive plural ending?

-ium

23

I-Stem neuter nouns have what genitive plural ending?

-ium

24

I-Stem neuter nouns have what ablative singular ending?

-i

25

I-Stem neuter nouns have what nominative & accusative plural ending?

-ia

26

I-Stem m. & f. base ends in two consonants

execpt if the consonant is l or r

(city)

(father)

(mother)

urbs, urbis. f.

pater, patris m

mater matris. f.

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I-Stem m. & f. same number of syllables in

nominative and genitive AND both forms end in -es OR -is

(citizen)

(slaughter)

civis, civis m./f.

caedes, caedis f.

28

I-Stem neuter nouns

nominative ends in  -e -al -ar

(animal)

(example)

animal, animalis n.

exemplar, exemplaris n.

29

3rd Declensin Adjectives are declined like?

Neuter i-stems.  

They have -i in the ablative singular,

-ia in the neuter nominative and accusative plural,

and -ium in the genative plural.

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3rd Declension three termination

acer (sharp)

Masculine [sg.]

Case \ Gender Masculine
nominative        ācer
genitive              ācris
dative                 ācrī
accusative        ācrem
ablative             ācrī
vocative            ācer