first declension

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first declension ‎(uncountable)

  1. In Latin, a pattern of inflection of a group of nouns that are declined (inflected) in the same way, and which have an -a- in their stems.
    Most first declension nouns are feminine, but a few like agricola and nauta are masculine.

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