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Gender: masculine in some, feminine in others. 2 0 c. Examples: see Tables VI, VII. úlpe•s; Note to Table VII: Lat. fréntes kaes; fr tes kánes; frόn¢ ; ; káni; frόnti ; ; ; ; ; ; TABLE VII úlpi; frόnt ; či n; frόnt vό^lp; ká(n); vό^lpi; káni; frόnti vúlpi; kí( )ni ; frúnti ; ; Nominative-Vocative NOUN-DECLENSION III-A (PLURAL): EXAMPLES 1. Mallorcan. kane s; fronte s úlpes; kánes; frόntes ; Port. PRom. ; Span. káns 1 ; ONFr. ; OSFr. Cat. vó^lps; ká(n)s; frón¢ ; či ns; frόn¢ ; ; ; ; gúrpes; kánes; frόntes Ital.

G. 2 All such forms are, however, the result of phonological reduction in the individual languages. There is no Proto-Romance verb for which we need reconstruct a zero-allomorph for its root. 41 ), as in PRom. /fákit/ 'he does' /féˆkit/ 'he has done, he did', with /a/ in Stem A /eˆ in Stem C. The stem-formant, the tense-marker, and the personal endings can, in contrast to the root, all have zero-allomorphs — a phe­ nomenon found quite widely in mediaeval and modern Romance, and to be ascribed to Proto-Romance as well.

B. Gender: masculine in some, feminine in others. 2 0 c. Examples: see Tables VI, VII. úlpe•s; Note to Table VII: Lat. fréntes kaes; fr tes kánes; frόn¢ ; ; káni; frόnti ; ; ; ; ; ; TABLE VII úlpi; frόnt ; či n; frόnt vό^lp; ká(n); vό^lpi; káni; frόnti vúlpi; kí( )ni ; frúnti ; ; Nominative-Vocative NOUN-DECLENSION III-A (PLURAL): EXAMPLES 1. Mallorcan. kane s; fronte s úlpes; kánes; frόntes ; Port. PRom. ; Span. káns 1 ; ONFr. ; OSFr. Cat. vó^lps; ká(n)s; frón¢ ; či ns; frόn¢ ; ; ; ; gúrpes; kánes; frόntes Ital.

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