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    A description on the use of adjectives with nouns which are masculine but have feminine endings.

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    What are the uses of adjectives with nouns which are masculine in gender but have feminine endings?

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    The most common examples of these nouns are "agricola" (farmer), "poeta" (poet) and "nauta" (sailor). These nouns are masculine in gender but have the form of first declension nouns, which are typically feminine eg "puella". This can be confusing when it comes to using ...

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