The circumflex accent ( ) is used to denote the length of the vowels.
Latin is an inflected language.

It means that the grammatical relations between the words are shown by changes in their forms.

Most often the inflectional changes take place in the termination of the word:

The inflectional changes may occur also in the body of the word or at its beginning:

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