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What if a name is male but ends (-a)?

Nouns in the first declension are usually feminine, but this is just a default rule: it's not obligatory. Latin speakers had no qualms about including male names in the first declension. Many Romans ...
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What if a name is male but ends (-a)?

There are such names in Latin, the most famous one probably being "Catilina" (one who supposedly made a massive conspiracy to kill Cicero). "Catilina" is declined by the first ...
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