The remaining adjectives of the third declension are Consonant stems; but
most of them, except Comparatives, have the following forms of i-
-ī in the ablative
singular (but often -e);
-ia in the nominative and
accusative plural neuter;
-ium in the genitive plural;
-īs (as well as -ēs) in the accusative plural
masculine and feminine.
In the other cases they follow the rule for Consonant stems.
These adjectives, except stems in l-
, form the nominative singular from
the stem by adding s
Here belong the present participles in -ns
. They are declined like
(but cf. § 121).