Noun(1) the inflection of nouns and pronouns and adjectives in Indo-European languages(2) process of changing to an inferior state(3) a downward slope or bend(4) a class of nouns or pronouns or adjectives in Indo-European languages having the same (or very similar
(1) the declension of the new generation(2) The gender of the word alone is ambiguous, occurring in a declension denoting either males or females.(3) Czech is a Slavic language with a declension system based on seven cases.(4) The author is careful not to mock nineteenth century religious sensibilities, nor to denounce commercialization as an example of declension .(5) this declension involves only two endings, a nominative and an oblique(6) A careful reading of these reports from dozens of faithful missionaries - who preach the gospel of the sovereign grace of God in Jesus Christ - will bear out what we say about the widespread declension in missionary theology and methods.(7) The present is thus perceived as that period of declension that is the subject of the jeremiad.(8) Both authors chronicle the rise and declension of rural Illinois communities and directly address the social/market debate that has invigorated the field of rural history.(9) Peter Milsom gave two very practical papers on spiritual growth and spiritual declension .(10) I vaguely remembered that this depends on whether ‘syllabus’ is second declension, in which case the plural would be ‘syllabi’, or fourth declension , in which case it would be ‘syllabus’.(11) Gildersleeve and Lodge's Latin Grammar has a discussion of the declension of Greek nouns at pp.32-33.(12) In Latin, if a word is second declension , it will be masculine.(13) the declension of the new generation(14) The fifth declension is unlikely because those nouns are all feminine.(15) Veron, Baret and Huloet-Higgins indicate the declensional patterns of nouns in Latin by providing the genitive singular form.(16) According to Birkeland, this is a new development, reflecting a tendency to drop the declensional endings.
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