Definition of Masculines
1. masculine [n] - See also: masculine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Masculines
Literary usage of Masculines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon: Consisting of an Alphabetical ...by Benjamin Davidson by Benjamin Davidson (1848)
"First Declension of the masculines XXXI. Second Declension of the masculines XXXII. Third Declension of the masculines XXXIII. Fourth Declension of the ..."
2. The German Language: Outlines of Its Development by Tobias Johann Casjen Diekhoff (1914)
"Suffixes Forming Concrete masculines § 161. Nouns of Agency. The suffixes forming nouns of agency (or masculines of somewhat more general meaning) from ..."
3. An Old English Grammar by Eduard Sievers (1893)
"The OE. o-declension comprises masculines and neuters. It corresponds to the second or o-declension of Greek and Latin (Gr. masc. -o?, neut. -oi/, Lat. ..."
4. A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges by Herbert Weir Smyth (1916)
"CONTRACTS (FEMININES AND masculines) 194. Most substantives in аи, ей, and ей? are contracted. ... The few feminines are declined like the masculines. ..."
5. First Year German by William Coe Collar (1905)
"LESSON XV PLURAL OF STRONG DECLENSION masculines AND NEUTERS 133. German nouns are grouped in two ... Most masculines and neuters ending in el, en, er, ..."
6. A Grammar of Attic and Ionic Greek by Frank Cole Babbitt (1902)
"В. masculines 85. The masculines have the case ending -c in the nominative singular. They are declined as follows : o ..."
7. The Primitives of the Greek Tongue: With Rules for Derivation by Claude Lancelot (1812)
"... Saturnius, belonging to Saturn. THE FEMININES are in o$, /s, v«. As and tt come from the masculines in ^t,.5, casting away íí ; as o ..."