Stem Noun

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Gothic Language - Grammar - Morphology - Nouns and Adjectives
... (genus commune) which those languages apply to both masculine and feminine nouns ... Nouns and adjectives were inflected according to one of two grammatical numbers the singular and the plural ... Nouns can be divided into numerous declensions according to the form of the stem a, ō, i, u, an, ōn, ein, r, etc ...

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