Declension Class

Some articles on declension class:

Old Church Slavonic Grammar - Nouns - O-stems
... grad-u grad-ěxъ I grad-omь grad-oma grad-y Nouns belonging to this declension class are generally masculines ending in -ъ in the nominative singular (bogъ, gradъ, rodъ) ... Nouns with the suffix -(j)an-in-ъ (graždaninъ) also belong to this declension class in the singular, but in the plural they lose the -in- interfix and ...

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