Latin Noun Cases
Part of the Latin For Dummies Cheat Sheet
In Latin, what form a noun takes depends on how it’s being used. You use different forms of a noun if it’s a subject, another if it’s an indirect object. The following table lists noun cases and uses.
|Basic Noun Case||Uses|
|Accusative||direct object, place to which, extent of time|
|Ablative||means, manner, place where, place from which, time when, time within which, agent, accompaniment, absolute|