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Notes

The forms listed in the substitute table use either the nominative or the infinitive form of the word for simplicity. (Which is probably the reason HDI listed only one form of the word in their table.) To use the appropriate inflectional ending in a sentence, use the following list. In order to preserve space, I have only included the forms of the words that I believe will most commonly be used in a liturgy. (For instance, it is unlikely that in a liturgy the person speaking would ever use any verb forms outside 1st person singular and plural indicative active or the 2nd person singular imperative.)

Nota bene: The tables use the names of the cases. A brief description follows for those unfamiliar with cases in languages.

Column 1

Word
in
precari
vocare
audire
conjungere
1st S.
NA
precor
voco
audio
conjungo
1st P.
NA
precamur
vocamus
audimus
conjungimus
Imperative
NA
precare
voca
audi
conjunge

Column 2

Word
nomen
lumen
justitia
sapientia
vox
Nominative
nomen
lumen
justitia
sapientia
vox
Genitive
nominis
luminis
justitiae
sapientiae
vocis
Dative
nomini
lumini
justitiae
sapientiae
voci
Accusative
nomen
lumen
justitiam
sapientiam
vocem
Ablative
nomine
lumine
justitia
sapientia
voce

Column 3

Word
ecclesia
sol
Pancreator
lux
ignis
Nominative
ecclesia
sol
Pancreator
lux
ignis
Genitive
ecclesiae
solis
Pancreatoris
lucis
ignis
Dative
ecclesiae
soli
Pancreatori
luci
igni
Accusative
ecclesiam
solem
Pancreatorem
lucem
ignem
Ablative
ecclesia
sole
Pancreatore
luce
igne

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