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Abstract-Gender NounsEdit

Abstract-Gender Nouns are used to refer to any abstract concept (thought, ideas, emotions, etc.)

Abstract-Gender Nouns always have their Nominative singular end in '-o' The Conjugation of Abstract-Gender Nouns in Elvish goes as follows:

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular Miro Miros Mirol Mirom Miroc
Plural Mirorin Mirosis Mirolil Miromim Mirocal

And so the endings added to the stems are as follows

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular -o -os -ol -om -oc
Plural -orin -osis -olil -omim -coal

Object-Gender NounsEdit

Object-Gender Nouns are used to refer to any noun that cannot be classified as a living thing, abstract concept or divine being

Object-Gender Nouns's nominative singular can end in anything other than '-a', '-o' or '-urian' The Conjugation of Object-Gender Nouns in Elvish goes as follows:

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular Hekeps Hekepsin Hekepsim Hekepsil Hekepsis
Plural Hekepso Hekepsino Hekepsimo Hekepsilo Hekepsiso

And so the endings added to the stems are as follows

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular just stem -in -im -il -is
Plural -o -ino -imo -ilo -iso

Person-Gender NounsEdit

Person-Gender Nouns are used to refer to any living thing

Person-Gender Nouns always have their Nominative singular end in '-a' The Conjugation of Person-Gender Nouns in Elvish goes exactly like pronouns, which is as follows:

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular Elva Elvan Elvars Elvo Elvus
Plural Elvav Elvans Elvarsus Elvol Elvusin

And so the endings added to the stems are as follows

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular -a -an -ars -o -us
Plural -av -ans -arsus -ol -usin

Divine-Gender NounsEdit

Divine-Gender Nouns are used to refer to any divine being (angels and gods)

Divine-Gender Nouns always have their Nominative singular end in '-urian' The Conjugation of Divine-Gender Nouns in Elvish goes as follows:

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular Casielurian Casielurial Casieluriam Casieluriar Casieluriac
Plural Casieluriani Casieluriali Casieluriami Casieluriari Casieluriaci

And so the endings added to the stems are as follows

Nominative Acusative Genitive Dative Ablitive
Singular -urian -urial -uriam -uriar -uriac
Plural -uriani -uriali -uriami -uriari -uriaci

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