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Forms of Latin Nouns and Adjectives

Across
(plural) (masculine) (genitive) of the adjective ferus, fera, ferum (2-1-2) "wild"
(plural) (masculine) (ablative) of the noun versus, versus, masc. "verse"
(plural) (neuter) (genitive) of the noun cornu, cornus, neuter "horn"
(singular) (feminine) (dative) of the noun amicitia, amicitiae, fem. "friendship"
(singular) (masculine) (ablative) of the adjective divinus divina divinum (2-1-2) "divine"
(plural) (masculine) (ablative) of the adjective vacuus, vacua, vacuum (2-1-2) "empty"
(singular) (masculine) (nominative) of the noun maritus, mariti, masc. "husband"
(plural) (neuter) (genitive) of the noun nomen, nominis neuter "name"
Down
(plural) (masculine) (genitive) of the adjective densus, densa, densum (2-1-2) "dense"
(plural) (masculine) (genitive) of the noun puer, pueri masc. "boy"
(singular) (masculine) (accusative) of the adjective Romanus, Romana, Romanum (2-1-2) "Roman"
(plural) (masculine) (dative) of the adjective aequus aequa aequum (2-1-2) "equal"
(singular) (masculine) (genitive) of the noun somnus, somni, masc. "sleep"
(singular) (neuter) (nominative) of the noun aurum, auri neuter "gold"
(singular) (masculine) (genitive) of the adjective mirius, miria, mirium (2-1-2) "wonderful"