I don't know if it's a mistake, a bug, or is indeed the correct form, but the base of any word with long vowels suddenly "de-lengthens" so that the vowels become short only in the dative plural of the declension table. This only occurs with first declension nouns (i.e. this first declension template). See clementia and hora for examples. What's the deal with this? --334a 15:45, 18 February 2008 (UTC)
- This is wrong. I'll see what I can do. Jake the Editor Man 11:52, 2 March 2008 (UTC)
- Problem solved. I'm not quite sure what caused it though. Jake the Editor Man 11:54, 2 March 2008 (UTC)
order of cases?
why nom gen dat acc as used in this template? i've only seen it as nom voc acc gen dat abl loc. in this, wikipedia uses nom-voc-acc-gen-dat-abl-loc in its article on the subject, as can be seen here: Latin declension