Principia Græca. An introduction to the study of Greek


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Seite 57 - The First Aorist is formed from the Third Person Singular of the Perfect, by dropping the Reduplication, changing ты into $w, and the preceding Soft into an Aspirata Mute, as тЬ Three Verbs assume <r, ¿(palat, ЕрУ«и6^ ; f*¿/*vnJ*«j \ ; 7гЕ7гЛя1«1, 1тгЛя<г9я>'.
Seite 56 - Aorist. The Second Aorist is formed from the Second Aorist Active, by changing ov into ijv as, STUTIOV, ITUTIJV.
Seite 70 - A personal verb agrees with its nominative case in number and person ; as equus currit, ' a horse runs ; ' nos pueri discimus, 'we boys learn.
Seite 111 - argents, " "silver," a smelter being the first industry there. Argonia; city in Sumner County, Kansas, named from the ship Argo, in which Jason sailed to Colchis in quest of the "golden fleece." Argos; town in Marshall County, Indiana, named from the town in Greece. Argusville; village in Schoharie County, New York, named for its principal paper, the Albany Argus. Argyle; towns in Walton County, Florida, and Winnebago County, Illinois, settled by Scotch, and named by them for the city in Scotland.
Seite 57 - The second aorist passive is formed from the second aorist active by changing -ov into -i\v ; as, 'é(j>avuv, ityav THE FIRST AORIST PASSIVE.
Seite 128 - The Sirens were damsels on the south coast of Italy, who enticed seamen by theirmagic eongs,and then slewthem.

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