Latin Declensions:
Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns

Noun Declension

In Latin there are five types of noun. Each type of noun follows a specific pattern, called a declension. Each noun is categorized, according to its genitive form, into one of these five declensions:
First Declension
Genitive Ends in
-ae
Second Declension
Genitive Ends in
-ī
Third Declension
Genitive Ends in
-is
Fourth Declension
Genitive Ends in
-ūs
Fifth Declension
Genitive Ends in
-

Printable Declension Practice Worksheet

Adjective Declension

First-Second Declension
Third Declension

Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives

Relative Pronouns/Adjectives

Indefinite Pronouns/Adjectives

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