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THE FIFIH OR ^-DECLENSION 12I


. Daed'alus and Ic'arus Creta est Insula antiqua quae aqua alta magni maris pulsatur. Ibi 6lim Min5s erat r€x. Ad cum venit Daedalus qui ex Graecia patria fugiSbat. Eum Minos rex benignis verbis accepit et ei domicilium in Creta dedit. ^ Quo in loco Daedalus sine cur5 vivebat et regl multa et clara opera faciebat. Post tempus longum autem Daedalus patriam 5 caram desiderare incepit Domum properare studebat, sed regi per- suadere n6n potuit et mare saevum fugam vetabat. LESSON XLVIII THE FIFTH OR JF-DECLENSION • THE ABLATIVE OF TIME . Gender. Nouns of the fifth declension are feminine except digs, day^ and meridiSs, midday^ which are usually masculine. . paradigms dies, m. , day res, f., thing Bases di- r- SlNGULAR TERMINATIONS Norn. dies fit •«8 Gen. diei I^ -ii Dat. difi re! ^ Ace. diem rem -em Abl. die Plural ' -€ Norn. diis rSs -€8 Gen. dierum rSmm -erum Dat. diebus ribns -ebus Ace. diSs res -«8 Abl. diibus rSbus -fbus ^ And in thii place ; quo does not here introduce a subordinate relative clause, but establishes the connection with the preceding sentence. Such a relative is called a connecting relative^ and is translated by and and a demon- strative or personal pronoun.