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Active adjective Aorist Attic Augment called changing Comp conj contr Contracted DECLENSION declined deest deest Dual ending EXERCISE father follows formed Future genitive Greek IMPERATIVE Imperfect INDICATIVE INDICATIVE MOOD INFINITIVE king masc Middle MOOD Neut neuter noun of-the OPTATIVE PARTICIPLES pass Passive Perf Perfect person Plup Plur Plural prep pres Present pron Rule Rule 9 Second simp Sing Singular strike struck SUBJUNCTIVE subst SUBSTANTIVES Superl tenses term terminations thing thou Verbs VOICE vowel άε αι γάρ δε εί είην εις εκ εν έφη ήν ης ήτον κα και μαι μεθα μεθον μεν μην ον ου ουκ ούν σθε τε τοίς ών
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 \p.mv/ ; 7гЕ7гЛя1«1, 1тгЛя<г9я>'.
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.