Template:la-noun-multidecl

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The following documentation is located at Template:la-noun-multidecl/documentation. [edit]


This template is based upon {{la-noun}}. It is meant to be used to generate headword lines for Latin nouns that are attested in belonging to two declensions where the nominative singulars (i.e., the lemmata) are the same in both declensions (for example, cȳma). The template takes nine parameters: eight unnamed and mandatory, one named and optional; they are:

{{{1}}} (mandatory) = the nominative singular form (the lemma), with macra

{{{2}}} (mandatory) = the genitive singular form in the primary (i.e., predominant or most etymologically consistent) declension, without macra

{{{3}}} (mandatory) = the genitive singular form in the primary declension, with macra

{{{4}}} (mandatory) = the genitive singular form in the secondary (i.e., atypical or most etymologically spurious) declension, without macra

{{{5}}} (mandatory) = the genitive singular form in the secondary declension, with macra

{{{6}}} (mandatory) = the noun’s gender in the primary declension (and in the secondary declension, if it is the same): m, f, or n

{{{g2}}} (optional) = the noun’s gender in the secondary declension (if it is different from its gender in the primary declension): m, f, or n

{{{7}}} (mandatory) = the ordinal numeral of the primary declension: first, second, third, fourth, or fifth

{{{8}}} (mandatory) = the ordinal numeral of the secondary declension: first, second, third, fourth, or fifth

Example

{{la-noun-multidecl|cȳma|cymatis|cȳmatis|cymae|cȳmae|n|g2=f|third|first}}

yields:
cȳma (variously declined, genitive cȳmatis or cȳmae); n or f, third or first declension