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neg. neut. nom.
acc. act. adj. adji. aor. 1. aor. 2. Att. comp. conj. contr.
par. part. partic. participl. perf. pers.
adjective. » adjectival.
first aorist. second aorist. Attic. comparative. conjunction. contracted. dative. declined. demonstrative. diminutive. enclitic. English Vocabulary. feminine. governs. genitive. imperfect. imperative. impersonal. indicative. indeclinable. indefinite. interjection. interrogative. intransitive. irregular. Latin. literally. masculine.
neuter. » nominative. „ numeral. » obsolete (out of
use). » optative. » originally. » particle. » participle. 9 particle.
participial. » perfect. » personal. » plural. » plural.
perfect middle. „ positive. » possessive. » present. » pronominal. » root.
reciprocal. „ reflexive. relative.
substantives. singular. subjunctive. substantive. superlative. termination(s).
usually. , verbal.
pos. poss. pres.
imp. imper. impers. ind. indecl. indef.
pronl. R. recipr. refl., reflex. rel.
sing. subj. subst. superl. term, usu. verbl.
There are twenty-four letters in the Greek alphabet.
The letter olyua has two forms:
} of words. s at the end The letter y, before y, k, or X, is pronounced like v; as, άγγελος, pron, αngelos.
PARTS OF SPEECH. Every distinct class of words is called a part of speech.
There are Four Declinable Parts of Speech : I. THE NOUN; or name (Lat. nomen). Everything that
can be named in one word is called a noun. But
there are two kinds of nouns. 1. The Noun Substantive : which is, the name of a
thing, or person ; as, animal, king: “ the name of any thing existing” (Lat. nomen substantivum, or nomen
ejus quod substat). 2. The Noun Adjective: which is, the name of a quality,
or property; as, beautiful: “the name (of some quality) which is added” (to the substantive) (Lat. nomen ad-jectivum).
· N.B. The Greek article o, ii, tò is, for all practical purposes, an adjective ; i. e. it follows the same
rules of agreement. (See p. 26.) II. THE PRONOUN; literally, a “for-name" (Lat. pro, for,
nomen, a name); a word used for. a noun. There
are two kinds : 1. The Pronoun Substantive; used “for a noun sub
stantive,” to avoid repeating the noun itself; as,
he, they. 2. The Pronoun Adjective; used “for a noun adjective;" as, his, theirs.
• B 2