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17.118 Monosyllabic Nouns of the Third Declension

Make sure you read Croy section 118. Croy points out, some third declension nouns are only one syllable in the nominative singular, but two syllables in all the other forms. The stress of these nouns is rather unusual. You can study the stress patterns of other third declension nouns in the chart provided in the notes to section 117. The important thing, however, is that you focus on the endings of the third declension nouns. You are not required to be able to predict the stress patterns of the nouns. You are only required to be able to recognize and analyze these nouns as you find them in your reading.

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