Beauty is for the woman, renown for the sailor
Turpissimus wrote:I think it's meant to be:Beauty is for the woman, renown for the sailor
And the same sentiment repeated in the plural. Since the sentences are together it's fairly obvious that the writer intended them to express the same ideas in the singular and plural. -ae can be the ending of both the genitive and dative singular. -is of both the dative and ablative plural.
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