Philip Newton scripsit:

> Mark Rosenfelder's Verdurian has verbs before nouns on his morphology
> page. (He also has an unusual -- to me -- order of cases, with N G A D,

That *is* odd.

> whereas I am used to N G D A from German and (Ancient) Greek.)

I think we hashed out once that Germany and the U.S. use that order,
whereas the rest of the world's classicists use N A G D.

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