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Preview Lesson 14 First Declension &h Type. Vocabulary # 88. All the words in today’s vocabulary are feminine nouns of the first declension. They all end in &h , so they belong to the first declension h -type. The h appears in the endings throughout the singular (see handout).

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Preview lesson 14 first declension h type

Preview Lesson 14First Declension&h Type


Vocabulary 88
Vocabulary # 88

  • All the words in today’s vocabulary are feminine nouns of the first declension.

  • They all end in &h, so they belong to the first declension h-type.

  • The h appears in the endings throughout the singular (see handout).

  • To indicate the declension pattern and gender on your vocabulary cards, add the genitive ending and feminine article to each entry.

    • avrch, &hj( h`

    • grafh, &hj( h`


First declension h type
First Declension &h Type

  • Put down stem 10 times and add endings.

  • Accent is “persistent” – tries to stay where it starts.

  • Exception: Gen. pl. in 1st declension always gets circumflex on ultima – no matter where it started in dictionary form.

  • In fwnh,, acute on ultima changes to circumflex in gen. and dat. (oxytone rule).

  • In kw,mh, acute on penult changes to circumflex when ultima goes short in nom. and voc. pl. (circumflex rule # 8).


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