Latin GCSE Declension Tests: Nouns


GCSE Latin Declension Testers

1st

puella, "girl"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

Mummy portrait of a girl, AD 120-150, Roman Egypt, wax encaustic painting on sycamore wood, Liebieghaus, Frankfurt am Main

2nd

servus, "slave"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

Roman collared slaves (Ashmolean Museum)

bellum, "war"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

A baroque painting of the battle of Actium by Laureys a Castro, 1672. National Maritime Museum, UK.

3rd

rex, "king"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

civis, "citizen"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

corpus, "body"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

mare, "sea"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

4th

manus, "hand, band of men"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.

5th

res, "thing, matter, account"

Decline all the cases for singular and plural forms.