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Noun declension in Erytheian.
There are 5 declension patterns in Erytheian, depending on the root vowel.
Theme in -a. Example: colomba (pigeon).
The nouns in the second declension have a theme in -o. There are, however, three models: one for nominative in -û (hortû, garden), one for nominative with no ending (vir, man), and one for former neutra with plurals in -a (belo, war).
|Type||Full nominative||Broken nominative||Former neutra|
Theme in -i or consonant. The nominatives are most of the times deliberate, though the rest of the declension follows some patterns.
|Type||dô (theme in -c)||leo (theme in -n)||nomen (former neutrum)|
Theme in -u. It's being assimilated by the second declension, so it's not rare to find nouns from this one being declined as if they had a theme in -o.
|Type||frottû (fruit)||former neutrum, corno (horn)|
Theme in -e. It's being assimilated by the first declension, but this fact is frowned upon and not accepted in high spheres.