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3. To volunteers. 4. The ships. 3. Volo. 4. Navis (acc.). 5. O wounds. 6. With gifts. 5. Vulnus. 6. Munus. 1. A key. 2. With money.

1. Clavis. 2. Æs. 3. 3. To the breast. · 4. Of a hero. Pectus. 4. Heros. 5. Lar5. We, bestow honours. 6. O gimur honos. 6. Vox. voice. 7. Of a crime. 8. Kinds. 7. Scelus. 8. Genus. 9 9. Of a river. 10. With a lever. Amnis. 10. Vectis.

1. To the king. 2. In the 1. Rex. 2. Nox. 3. night. 3. Of a silk-worm. _4. In Bombyx. 4. Juventus. youth. 5. Of a bone. 6. To the 5. Os. 6. Os. 7. Amat mouth. 7. He loves "praise. laus.. 8. Fraus.' 9. Ser8. O fraud. 9. Of a serpent. pens.

1. Trees. 2. Of the jaws. 1. Arbos. 2. Faux. 3. With a young man. 4. Of 3. Adolescens.

4. Epiepigrams. :5, To oxen. 6. To gramma. 5. Bos. 6. TroTrojan women. 7. With Capys. as. 7. Capys. 8. Paris. 8. Ó Paris. 9. With corn. 10. . 9. Far. 10. Refícit navis. He repairs the ship. 11. With 11. Vis. force.

1. The seats. 2. From Præ 1. Sedīle. 2. Præneste. neste. 3. In the tower. 4. Of 3. Turris. 4. Urbs. 5. cities. 5. O Trojans. 6. With Tros. 6. Poēma. 7. Lampoems. 7. "The torches. 8. Of pas (acr.). 8. Civítás. states. 9. He hears Pan. 10. 9. Audit Pan. 10. Bætis. From the Guadalquiver.

1. To the breast. 2. In the 1. Pectus. 2. Rus. 3. country.

4. Of a Lampas.. 4. Metamorphochange. 5. Of Macedonians. sis. 5. Macedo. 6. Civ6. States. 7. In the night. 8. In itas. 7. Nox. 8. Canälis. a fall of water. 9. Of a sun-beam. 9. Jubar.

10. Aprilis. 10. In April. 11. Of á snail.

11. Of á snail. 11. Limax. 12. Rex. 12. To a king. 13. Of peace.

13. Pax.

14. Styx. 14. Of Styx.

1. In a marsh. 2. Of a wound. 1. Palus. 2. Vulnus. 3. To virtue. 4. Of a hare. 3. Virtus. 4. Lepus. 5. 5. O tree. 6. The Graces. 7. Of Arbos. 6. Charis. 7. Eos. the morning. 8. Circles. 9. Of 8. Orbis. 9. Arcas. 10. an Arcadian.

10. Of giants. Gigas. 11. Ceres. 12. 11. Of Ceres. 12. With soldiers. Miles. 13. Palmes. 14. 13. Of a vine-branch. 14. In a Conclāve. 15. Diadēma

15. To a crown. ' 16. By 16. Jus. 17. Pars right. 17. With a part.

3. Lamps.

room.

FOURTH DECLENSION. 1. An access. 2. Of a song.

1. Aditus. 2. Cantus 3. To chance. 4. An assembly. 3. Casus. 4. Cætus (acc.). 5. O pride. 6. With a blast. 5. Fastus. 6. Flatus.

1. Expenses. 2. Of the waves. 1. Sumptus. 2. Fluctus. 3. To the fruits. 4. Senses. 3. Fructus. 4. Sensus 5. O fears. 6. With ceremonies. (acc.). 5. Metus. 6. Ritus.

1. Of dress. 2. In forests. 1. Cultus. 2. Saltus. 3. To hearing. 4. I know the 3. Auditus. 4. Scio vulcountenance. 5. O laughter. tus. 5. Risus. 6. Ques6. With gain.

tus. 1. A needle. 2. Of a house. 1. Acus.

2. Domụs. 3. To an old woman. 4. A fig. 3. Anus. 4. Ficus (acc.). 5. O hands. 6. In dens.

5. Manus. 6. Specus. 1. Hands. 2. Of store-houses. 1. Manus. 2. Penus. 3. To the lakes. 4. To galleries. 3. Lacus. 4. Porticus. 5. O tribes. 6. With spits. 5. Tribus. 6. Veru..

1. Knees. "2. At home. 3. To . 1. Genu. 2. Domus. a bow. 4. From home. 5. I 3. Arcus. 4. Domus. 5 revisit the lakes.

Reviso lacus.

FİFTH DECLENSION.

ance.

1. The face. 2. Of an appear

1. Facies. 2. Species. 3. To destruction. 4. A 3. Pernicies. 4. Res (acc.). thing. 5. O day. 6. With gore. . 5. Dies. 6. Sanies.

1. Faces. 2. Of things. 3. To 1. Facies. 2. Res. 3 days. 4. The appearances. 5.0 Dies. 4. Species (acc.). hopes. 6. With things.

5. Spes. 6. Res.

MISCELLANEOUS EXAMPLES IN ALL THE DECLENSIONS.

1. In a hall. 2. A servant. 1. Aula'. 2. Minister?. 3. To a son-in-law. 4. I cut a 3. Gener'. 4. Cedo ramus'. branch. 5. Of the ocean. 6. A 5. Oceă nus'. 6. Lychnus lamp. 7. Of deceit. 8. I bran- (acc.). 7. Dolus'. 8. Vibro dish a sword. 9. Of a pair of scis- gladius. 9. Forfex® 10.

10. For honour. 11. Of Decus. 11. Ætas". 12. ages. 12. By the appearance. Species. 13. Superficies. 13. The surface. 14. I called an 14. Convocāvi cætus assembly. 15. By a nod. 16. In a 15. Nutus“. 16. Tabesø. consumption. 17. Toa soothsayer. 17. Vates'.

sors.

women.

1. Hatred. 2. To a garland. 1. Odium”. 2. Sertum 3. By a decree of the senate. 3. Senātus-consultumo. 4 4. In silk. 5. With a thousand Sericum”. 5. Sestertium”. sestertii. 6. For a calf. 7. To a 6. Vitŭlus?. 7. Turdus. thrush. 8. In a cavern. 9. Of 8. Caverna'. 9. Cithăra'. harps. 10. Comedies. 11. I have 10. Comedia'. 11. Audivi heard the bells. 12. To the mis- campāna!. 12. Mater-fatress of a family. 13. With freed- milias. 13. Liberta! 14.

14. For Anchises.' 15. Anchises'. 15. Vita'. 16. In life. 16. To the sun.

> Phæbus. 1. I give an opinion. 2. In a 1. Do opinio'. 2. Legio'. legion. 3. To goddesses. 4. With 3. Dea'. 4. Tiäras5. turbans. 5. A rush 6. To'a' Scirpus'. 6. Scopulus”. rock. 7. Of a wall. 8. At home. 7. Paries. 8. Domus2 * 4. 9. O horn. 10. To preeminence. 9. Cornu. 10. Principā11. I hear thunder. 12. I saw tus , 11. Audio tonitru“. the lightning. '13. A daughter- 12. Vidi fulmen 13. Nuin-law. 14. Of weeping. 15. To rus. 14. Fletus'. 15. Capys. 16. With a Samnite. Capys?. 16. Samnis.

1. In a little boat. 2. To states. i. Linter?.''2. Civitas. 3. Of enemies. '4. By the house- 3. Hostis?. 4. Lar? 5.Turhold gods. 13. In a tower. 6. Of riso. ,6. Urbs? 7. Thrax'. cities. 7. Or Thracians. 8. For 8. Bos? 9. Poēma?.. 10. oxen. 9. With a poem. 10. To Respublíca. 11. Epigramthe commonwealth., 11. Of epi- ma®. 12. Parens. 13. grams. 12. ( parents. 13. Of Manes (pl.). 14. Vannus”. souls departed. 14. Of 'a sieve, 15. Gener? 16. Anchi15. To a son-in-law. 16. Of An- ses!. 17. Aula'. 18. Præs chises. 17. Of a hall. * 18. With a surety.

1. He threw a stone. 2. O. 1. Jecit lapiso. * 2. VirVirgil. 3. Of the Georgics, 4. gilius? 3. Georgica® (pl.). With a distaff. 5. In a green fig. 4. Colus”. 5. Grossus 6. To spikenard. 7. Of a sap- 6. Nardus”. 7. Sapphirus phire. 8. I ask a vote. 9. Of a 8. Rogo suffragium?. 9 desert. 10. To a church. 11. Erēmus?. 10. Templum”. With a style. 12. By the mast 11. Stylus?. 12. Malus. of a ship. 13. In a balance. 13. Trutina'. 14. Nata'. 14. To daughters. 15. For souls. 15. Anima'. 16. Video 16. I behold Ossa. 17. O Ætna. Ossa'. 17. Ætna'.

1. Of oak. 2. By delays. 3. Of 1. Robur. 2. Mora'. men. 4. To villains. 5. In a 3. Vir”. 4. Furcifer? 5.

a . . .

labyrinth. 6. A vagrant. 7. Labyrinthus'. 6. Planus. Satires. 8. In sea-urchins. 9. 7. Satíra'. 8. Echinus. Of flesh; 10. To virgins. 11. Of 9. Caro'. 10. Virgoo. Dida 12. With a fox. 13. To 11. Dido'. 12. Vulpes. a cat. 14. O Paris. 15. Of Or- '13. Felis. 14. Paris. pheus. 16. A flint. 17. Bolts. 15. Orpheus & 16. Si

lexs" (acc.). - 17. Obex'. 1. Of old men. 2. Of a young 1. Senex®. 2. Juvenis.

3. To infants. 4. To a 3. Infans: 4. Vigil'. 5. watchman. 6. By a blast." 7. In harbours. Portus* 8. Facies. 9. 8. From the face. 9. O heirs. Hæres?. 10. Pavo". 11. 10. Of peacocks. 11. Sedition. Seditio'. 12. Cupidos. 12. With desire. 13. To players. 13. Histrios. 14. Re14. Of rest. 15. To a thing. quies<5. 15. Res. 16. 16. Of chariots. 17. Of houses. Currus. 17. Domnus2&4. 18. In harbours. 19. The hands. - 18. Portus“. 19. Manus,

man.

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2 & 1

3.

3 & 2

us.

1. Of Taygetus. 2. Jests. 3. 1. Taygětus. 2. Jocus?. O sails. 4. Of heaven. 5. Of 3. Carbăsus?. 4. Cælum. delights. 6. The baths. ,7. In 5. Delicium 6. BalArgos.

neum21. 7. Argos. 1. Vessels. 2. Of acres.

1. Vas 2. JugěTo the commonwealth. 4. Froniorum 43. 3. Respublica$&!. masters of families. 5. O Orphe- 4. Paterfarbilias ? 5. Or

6. With (Edipus. 7. Of pheus23. 6. Adipus? 3. Achilles. 8. To Jupiter. 7. 'Achilles?. 8. Jupiter*.

1. With pounds. 2. The morn 1. Pondo. 2. Mane. 'ing. 3. By birth. 4. Tedious 3. Natu. 4. Ambāge? . stories. '5. In the evening. 6. Of. 5. Vesper?. 6. Verběrisø. a stripe. 7. To the thigh. 8. 7. Feminis'. 8. Metus“. Fears. 9. Tempe. 10. In the 9. Tempe. 10. Vicis, place of another. 11. To chaos. 11. Chaos?. 12. Opis”. 12. Wealth.

1. Of the feasts of Bacchus.' 1. Bacchanalia 23. 2. 2. In Syracuse. 3. Of Jerusalem. Syracusæ. 3. Hierosol4. O Druids. 5. The children. ýmal & 4. Druïdes'. 5. 6. Of the gods. 7. To hot-baths. Liběri?. 6. Supěri?. 7. 8. With spoils. 9. In a camp.

Thermæ! "8. Exuviæ', 9. Castra.

1 & 2

a

: 4. Latus ager?.

1. Of a tiger. 2. To the peo 1. Tigris. 2. Plebs'. ple. 3. With the laurel. 4. Of '3. Laurus2&4. . 4; Fidēna' Fidena. 5. 0 tree. 6. To a or Fidenæ' 5. Arbor3. 6. mediator. 7. With all kinds of Sequester2*3.7.Penus , 3&4. provisions.

ADJECTIVES. 1. A good boy. 2. An excel

2. An excel-1 1. Bonus puer? 2. Exlent thing. 3. A great kingdom. imius res. 3. Magnus

, tiful

girl. 6. Of solid silver. 7. To 5. Formosus puella'. 6. an ignorant workman. 8. To a Argentum solidus. 7. Ighigh rock.

9. To a large head. nārus faber - 8. Rupes 10. A just lord. 11. A secret altus. 9. Caput" largus. dagger. 12. A high seat. 13.0 10. Justus dominus (acc.). dear friend. 14. O great truth. 11. Arcānus sica' (ner.. 15. O base gift. 16. With a wor 12. Sedile celsus (acc.). thy servant 17. With a large 13. Carus amicus. 14. sum. 18. By a sudden death. Magnus veritas". 15. Pra

vus donum?. 16. Minister2 dignus. 17. Amplus sum

ma'. , 18. Subitus letum’. 1. Sick men. 2. Fair women.

1. Æger vir?. 2. Fee3. Wretched fates. 4. Of pros- mỉna' pulcher. 3. Miser perous consuls., 5. Of ugly forms. fatum?. 4. Prosper consul 6. Of ludicrous riddles. 7. To 5. Teter formał. 6. Ænigcrafty horse-keepers. 8. To the mas ludịcer. , 7.. Agāso3 sacred goddesses. 9. To full vafer. 8. Dea' sacer. 9. milk-pails.

10. Crook-backed Satur sinum?. 10. Gibbus tyrants. 11. Red flames. 12. tyrannus’ (acc.). 11. RuRough bones. 13. O wretched ber flamma' (acc.). 12. Os3 stags. 14. O wool-bearing sheep. asper (acc.). 13 Miser 15. O wretched words.“ 16. With cervus?. 14. Ovis taníger. other titles. 17. In whole trage-" 15. Miser verbum. 16. dies. 18. In frequent journeys. Cæter titŭlus?. 17. In

teger tragedia? 18. Iters

creber. 1. A huge stone. 2. A pru 1. Ingens lapis”. 2. Prudent mother. 3. An elegant dens mater'. 3. Elégans temple. 4. Of a cruel tyrant.' templum?. 4. Crudēlis ty

* An adjective agrees with a substantive in gender, number and case

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