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What kind of reference do you mean? I like "Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar", which is a 19th century grammar now in the public domain, which can be downloaded for free from google books or other places, to check up on obscure grammar points. If you need a human being to answer a question, the textkit.com forums can be helpful, and there are a couple of other similar forums on the net. www.perseus.tufts.edu has all kinds of interesting resources, including parsing tools, where you can type in an inflected word, and it can tell you all the possible forms it could be; it also has the ability to generate word lists from classical texts.

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