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Translation Death Main Forms: Mors, Mortis Gender: Feminine Declension: Third Singular Plural Nominative Mors Mortes Genitive Mortis Mortum Dative Morti Mortibus Accusative Mortem
Translation Fate, death Main Forms: Fatum, Fati Gender: Neuter Declension: Second Singular Plural Nominative Fatum Fata Genitive Fati Fatorum Dative Fato Fatis Accusative Fatum Fata
Translation Darkness, night, shadows; death, blindness Main Forms: Tenebrae, Tenebrarum Gender: Feminine Declension: First Singular Plural Nominative Tenebrae Genitive Tenebrarum Dative
Mors Eum qui Deus est non potest habere. + English Translation - Hide Translation Death cannot hold He who is God.
Rex crudelissimus divissimus diutius vixit, tamen morte eius tempus laetius magnopere efficiebat. + English Translation - Hide Translation The cruelest and richest king lived for a very long time, however with his death a more happy time was greatly brought up.
boy whom the larger, more powerful man is threatening? Does he need help? I will help him before the man hurts him.
), but the direct object came (shoes) came before the verb. This doesn't matter, but sentences written here will follow the general format of [subject] [direct object] [verb]. So let us say that you
" is the adjective since it further describes the dog. Adjectives typically come directly before the noun they modify in sentences. In Latin, adjectives don't necessarily have to come directly before the noun
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