expressed by the ablative with- out a preposition ; as, Servos, quibus mlvas pubtlcas dopul tus. C has the sound of s before e, i, and y, and the diphthongs « and E ; as, ce'-do, Caf-sar Cjf'rus, In other situations, it has the sound of Ar; as, Cd'to lac, Ch has always the sound of ; as, chatia maehifM, pro. Lateo, to lie kid. The infinitive mood is often substituted for an abstract noun. JVeu pairiai vaUdas in viscira vertlte vires. Princeps, a prince or Augit, an angur. Manor, (mori, rarely morfri mor- tatui, moritOms,.
Lebara mobile voucher, Ccnp voucher, La dress voucher, Vvv cadeaubon voucher,
Tin altSro tanto 2imrtor. Rem-pub'-ll-cam, res-pub'-ll-cas, V, res-pub'-H-ca, res-pub'-ll-cie,. After verbs expressing or implying motion, the name of a town whence the motion proceeds, is put in the ablative, without a preposition ; as, Brandisio prfecti sumus, We deputed from Bnuidisium. The number of its final syllables exceeds fifty. Veniatur, veniretor, ventum sit fufirit, ventum or fuisaet venlri, ventum cane or fuisse, ventum iri. Some other irregularities occur in this conjugation. A mute and a liquid, coming before the vowel of an ac- cented syllable, are joined to such vowel ; as, tt-gres'-tis, lortrd/ tor, Euhrd'-'nor, Her-OHW, Exo. Hcuiria, the Adriatic sea, is masculine. Aliunde, fim d80-_ where. Obbrute8co, to become brvtish.