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[26] It will also be found that names are frequently derived from races, places and many other causes. Further there are obsolete slave-names such as Marcipor or Publipor1 derived from the names of their owners. The teacher must also inquire whether there is not room for a sixth [p. 77] case in Greek and a seventh in Latin. For when I say “wounded by a spear,” the case is not a true ablative in Latin nor a true dative in Greek.

1 i.e. Marcipuer, Publipuer.

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