Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of i-stem.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And you clearly don't know anything about Old Irish; the genitive of /all/ i-stems is refashioned after the u-stem nouns.

    My sweet honey bee

  • Ethan Osten: "And you clearly don't know anything about Old Irish; the genitive of /all/ i-stems is refashioned after the u-stem nouns."

    My sweet honey bee

  • Former a-stems and i-stems however still kept their vowel when suffixes were added.

    Concerning Pre-Etruscan syncope

  • Former a-stems and i-stems however still kept their vowel when suffixes were added.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Over a few generations, it would have become fashionable to treat these compounding *i-stems as independent stems, as an alternative to *o-stems without difference in meaning.

    Pre-IE and alternating thematic vowels

  • [Footnote A: The genitive plural ending - ium is written to mark the i-stems.] [Footnote B: The genitive plural of mare is not in use.]

    Latin for Beginners

  • [Footnote A: The genitive plural ending «-ium» is written to mark the i-stems.] [Footnote B: The genitive plural of «mare» is not in use.] «241. »

    Latin for Beginners

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