Question by  warren37676 (57)

What is the translation of virtus declension from Latin?

I need to know the meaning of that.


Answer by  Zoso (869)

"Virtus" is a noun meaning "virtue". "Declension" is how a noun changes form, depending on where and how it's used. Forms of "virtus" include virtutis, virtuti, virtutem, virtute, etc.


Answer by  Clement (1453)

"Virtus", manliness/virtue in Latin, is a popular example illustrating the third declension of nouns. Recall that declension is inflection in, e. g. , nouns reflecting change in case. Other nouns of this group, such as civitas, urbs, antiquitas, follow the same pattern. Single Plural nominative virtus virtutes accusative virtutem virtutes genitive virtutis virtutum dative virtuti virtutibus ablative virtute virtutibus

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