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Ablative Accusative action adjectives adverbs advised amatl amatus Anapaest audit Caes Caesar caesura Catalectic compounds conditional sentences CONJUGATION consonant Corssen Dactyl Dative declension denote Deponent Verbs diphthong Dipody dropped ending English erat essem esset examples foot foot-note fuit Future Perfect gender Genitive Gerund Greek haec Imperative Imperfect Indicative Mood Infinitive Locative loved masculine meaning monitus neuter nihil nisi Nominative Note 1.—The Note 2.—For Note.—The nouns object occurs originally Participle Passive person Plaut Plup Pluperfect Plur plural Predicate preposition Pres Present Stem principal clause pronoun prose quae quam quid quis quod rare rectus root ruled Sail sentences short SINGULAR sometimes Spondee stem-vowel Subjunctive suffix sunt Supine Supine System syllable temporal clauses things thou tive transitive verbs Trochaic Trochee verbs Verg verse vowel words
Page 254 - PERSON, the verb takes the first person rather than the second, and the second rather than the third ; see examples.
Page 78 - THIRD.' NOTE.— The various verbal forms which have voice, mood, tense, number, and person, make up the finite verb.
Page 350 - Catalectic; * with an excess of syllables, Hypermetrical.* NOTE 4.— The term Acatalectic is often omitted, as a verse may be assumed to be complete unless the opposite is stated. NOTE 5.
Page 376 - In the astrological system, the day, from sunrise to sunset, and the night, from sunset to sunrise, being each divided into twelve hours, it is plain that the hours of the day and night were never equal except just at the equinoxes. The hours attributed to the planets were of this unequal sort. See Kalendrier de Berg. loc. cit., and our author's treatise on the Astrolabe.