The Vocative

the vocative case nouns with table

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The Vocative
The vocative is a case of noun used when addressing or
calling someone.
The vocative endings are identical to the nominative,
except for 2nd declension singular nouns, when:
o dominus becomes domine
o filius becomes fili
Aristo! quam stultus es!
contendite, amici!
cur laboras, serve?
ubi sunt latrones, Eutyche?
cur curris, fili?
nolite dormire, puellae!



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