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  • 1. 3rd DECLENSION – Latin and Greek nouns
    (I-STEMS)
  • 2. 1) Nounsof Latin origin:
    Masculines + feminines – pelvis
    Neuters– rete
    2) NounsofGreek (+ Latin) origin:
    Feminines - dosis
    EXAMPLES
  • 3. pelvis, is, f.
    • masculines + feminines(i-stems)
    1) The same number of syllables in nom. sg. and
    gen. sg.:
    e.g. au|ris – au|ris, ca|na|lis – ca|na|lis
    2) A group of consonants before -is in gen. sg.:
    e.g. dens - dentis, larynx – laryngis, mors - mortis
    sg. pl.
    1. pelv-is 1. pelv-ēs
    2. pelv-is 2. pelv-ium !!!
    4. pelv-em 4. pelv-ēs
    6. pelv-e6. pelv-ibus
  • 4. rete, is, n.neuters (i-stems)
    Nounsending in –e/-ar/-alin nom. sg.:
    e.g. rete, cochlear, animal
    sg. pl.
    1. rēte 1. rēt-ia
    2. rēt-is 2. rēt-ium
    4. rēte 4. rēt-ia
    6. rēt-ī 6. rēt-ibus
  • 5. Greekfeminines:
    -sis, -xis, -osis=> thesamenumberofsyllables in nom. sg. and gen. sg.:
    basis – basis, prophylaxis – prophylaxis, narcosis-
    narcosis
    Latin feminines:
    febris, tussis, pertussis, sitis, tuberculosis
    sg. pl.
    1. dos-is 1. dos-ēs
    2. dos-is,-eos 2. dos-ium
    4. dos-im,-in 4. dos-ēs
    6. dos-ī 6. dos-ibus
    dosis, is, f.
  • 6. 1) Gender
    - neuters:rete – corpus
    -masculines/feminines: dosis – pelvis – dolor
    2a) Neuters
    - nouns in –e/-ar/-al  rete
    - other neuters  corpus
    2b) Masculines/feminines
    - nouns of Greek (Latin) origin ending in –sis/-xis/-osis
    dosis
    - nouns with the same number of syllables/a group of
    consonants before –is in gen. sg.  pelvis
    - other masculines/feminines  dolor
    What is the example of the noun of the 3rd declension?
  • 7. Functio
    Unguis
    Aether
    Pertussis
    Axis
    Lens
    Metastasis
    Systema
    Cutis
    Animal
    Diaphragma
    What are the examples of the following nouns?
  • 8. Incisivetooth
    Rightfoot
    Alimentarycanal
    Acutefever
    Dangerofthrombosis
    Smallspoon
    Translate and decline these terms:

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