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Declension: EXAMPLE- IST i. Personal noun Crude form: 1. Norn. kartave, a lord. 2. Gen. kartava, of a lord. 3. Dat. kartavagu, to a lord. 4. Accus. kartavanii, a lord. 5. Locat. kartavadu, in a lord. 6. ABlat. kartavadudu, from, by or through a lord. 7. Comm, 8. Vocat. kartavada, to a lord. ^FS3e) lord! kartava, 44. 2ND 2. EXAMPLE. , Crude form: Singular. 1. bele, work, beleda, of 2. work, belegu, to work. 3. * belenu, work, 4. Accus. 5. Locat. beledu, in work, 6. ^Wa^. beledudu, from, by or through work.