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adjectives adverbs ama-tu-s amatus Aryan assimilated becomes bo bo bo bo bo CD CD commonly comparative compounds Conj CONJUGATION CONJUNCTIVE consonant declension declined deletus denote dental Deponent verbs Deponents desesoyed destroy dropped essem feminine final syllable Future Perfect gender genitive Gerund Greek guttural hence i-psi IMPEBAT IMPEBATIVE imperative imperfect tenses inchoatives Indefinite INDICATIVE Infinitive inflexion interrogative ista labials language Latin language lengthened locu-tu-s loved ama-ta MASC masculine mase mood nasal neut neuter nouns originally participial stem participial-stem Participle Past Impf Past Perf Past Perfect perfect tenses perfect-stem person pi pi pi plur Plural Prepositions Pres Present Imperfect present-stem primitive pronouns ranae rectus reduplication reflexive reflexive pronoun retained root ruled sing sometimes sonant spirant spoken Stems ending substantives suffixes superlative supine surd tauro-s thou wilt verb-stem verbs vocative wanting words
Page 73 - He might have been. We might have been. You might have been. They might have been.
Page 9 - ACCENT 9 consonant). In the latter case the syllable is said to be long by position.
Page 33 - Numerals, or adjectives of number, are of three kinds : — 1. Cardinals, answering the question, ' how many ? ' 2. Ordinals, „ „ „ ' which in order of number ?