o-Declination (-us) amicus, -i - friend (male) - Latin Grammar - Lateinische Grammatik

  

Nouns / Nomen / Substantives

Declinations

o-Declination (-us)

amicus, -i - friend (male)

The nouns / substantives of the o-declination are mostly male (masculinum).

Casus / Case

Singular

Plural

Question

Nominative

amic-us

amic-ī

who? or what?

Genitive

amic-ī

amic-ōrum

whose?

Dative

amic-ō

amic-īs

whom?

Accusative

amic-um

amic-ōs

who do you? or what?

Vocative

amic-e

amic-ī

who?

Ablative

amic-ō

amic-īs

by who or what?

 

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