La caracterización morfológica del género flexional (animado/inanimado) en latín
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The grammaticalisation in Latin of the gender opposition animate (= masculine/feminine) versus inanimate (= neuter) is not only a well-assured fact, but also a legacy of the so-called «common Indo-European». The aim of this paper, however, is to examine some of the peculiarities of Latin regarding the morphological characterization of the above opposition. The approach taken follows the guidelines that the late professor Díaz Tejera had prepared for Greek, and which can be found in the articles cited.