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FIFTII DECLENSION. Im-pari-syllabic (or, increasing in the genitive). Terminations: numerous, and of all genders; but three, a,
1, v, always neuter; as, ó Teràr, the Titan; ý xeip, the hand; rò hp, the spring;
Tò owua, the body.
Gen. owuar-os I G. D. -OLY Gen. -WV
Acc. -as The Vocative case is generally like the nominative; but, 1. Nouns in np, wp, -wv, which shorten the long in the
oblique cases, retain it short in the vocative; as,
uńrnp, -Epos, a mother; Voc. w pñtep.
DECLENSIONS OF CONTRACT SUBSTANTIVES.
All Contract nouns belong really to the fifth declension of Simples, and in their uncontracted forms are declined exactly the same way.