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Paris) equal, even, cf. impar (gen. imparis) unequal, odd atrax (gen. ) way, road; cf. ) a threeway intersection and for tunc then respondea, respondere to answer exea, exire to leave; the present indicative active is: exea, exis, exit, eximus, exitis, exeunt. denudatus, deniidata. deniidiitum stripped; cf. nudus, nuda, nUdum bare iacta, iactare to throw I. Translate into English a. Aut imbrem super muros aut pedes militum audio in viii. b. Et galli et porci currunt in urbis taetrae vias. c. Fratrum namina celebria non sunt; nec nomen unius celebrius est quam nomen alterius.
Nec neither 0 0 nor aut 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • •• aut 0 0 0 either .. or ... ) vel . vel et et -que and atque and 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 either or . both ... and ... ) brother ave hail, hello vale farewell, good-bye pes, pedis (mo) foot; bipes, bipedis having two feet rm7es, mz7itis (mo) soldier. " implumis, implume (gen. ) feather tres, tria (gen. trium) three par (gen. paris) equal, even, cf. impar (gen. imparis) unequal, odd atrax (gen. ) way, road; cf. ) a threeway intersection and for tunc then respondea, respondere to answer exea, exire to leave; the present indicative active is: exea, exis, exit, eximus, exitis, exeunt.
Tres, tria (gen. " Adjectives of one ending, like par (gen. paris) (equal, even) and atrox (gen. atrOcis) (cruel, terrible), are declined like implumis, implume and celeber, celebris, celebre, the only difference being that all the nominative singular forms are the same for all three genders. Again, the masculine and feminine accusative singular end in -em and the neuter in -, while in the plural, the nominative-accusative ending is -is for masculines and feminines and -;0 for neuters. And that is all there is to know about adjectives in Latin, and very nearly all there is to know about nouns.