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Derived Form of declension

plural: declensions
the inflection of nouns and pronouns and adjectives in Indo-European languages
Type ofinflection, inflexion,
See alsodecline,
process of changing to an inferior state
Synonymsdecline in quality, deterioration, worsening,
Type ofdecline, diminution,
Typesdrop-off, falling off, falloff, slack, slump,
See alsodecline,
a downward slope or bend
Synonymsdeclination, decline, declivity, descent, downslope, fall,
Type ofincline, side, slope,
Typesdownhill, steep,
See alsodecline,
a class of nouns or pronouns or adjectives in Indo-European languages having the same (or very similar) inflectional forms
Type ofcategory, class, family,
See alsodecline,

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  1. declension in the word estonia the a
  2. so we use the definite declension for
  3. definite declension for genitive dative
  4. four verb conjugations down to exactly 1 noun declension and 1 verb conjugation, because
  5. rules of second declension for masculine nouns, but were getting wayyyy off track here!
  6. The declension of male accusative is einen Freund, so:
  7. differentiates it from a declension, which is of course a random arbitrary term as
  8. So that's why a noun both has gender and a declension in, in those.
  9. Mark: So sometimes in some languages, the declension of a noun can line up with the
  10. Aven: Latin, for instance, first declension, mostly feminine, second
  11. declension, mostly masculine
  12. sense as to how these things develop And then third declension
  13. Aven: every gender, fourth declension, masculine feminine neuter I think all of
  14. them and in 5th declension only feminine Right So like That's not a lot of rhyme
  15. But third declension for instance.
  16. Totally non, you know, there are patterns within it but the declension so yeah So
  17. Aven: so the trees, why are those second declension nouns that should be by form,
  18. like the Latin first declension, they do show up that, so that's, an Indo-European
  19. ending in that -a stem in the first declension, was the genitive singular was
  20. Mark: and that probably comes from the second declension right.