adrianus wrote:communis (adjectivum tertiae declinationis nominativo casu feminini generis singularis numeri)
"...nulla eius <substantiae> nominis significatio potest distincte intelligi, quae Deo et creaturis sit communis"
parjanya wrote:See the 'et', "to God and to the creatures", you don't need to agree different things like that, they are both in the dative, but they don't qualify each other. Think of... latine loqui dulce est amicae et fratribus.
'Communis' is indeed an adjective, it qualifies the feminine 'quae' that has 'significatio' as its antecedent. It seems to be in the nominative, and so you need to chase a nominative there to whom it may agree... just 'quae' is left.
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