A Grammar of the Greek Language: In which the Declensions of the Nouns and the Conjugations of Verbs are Explained, in Their Most Simple Forms : with the Rules of Contraction, and the Syntax and Prosody Complete : to which is Subjoined an Appendix
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1st F 2d aor 3d person accent acute adjectives adverbs Anomalous antepenult Apocope Athenian dialect augment changed circumflex compounds consonant contr contract nouns contracted verbs dative declined Demosth diphthong Dorian Dual feminine formed gender genitive govern a genitive grammarians Greek Hesiod Imperative Mode Indicative Mode Infinitive Mode inserts Ionian isfc IstF last syllable letters long vowel Lucian masc masculine middle voice mute neut neuter nominative oblique Optative Mode Paragoge parisyllabic participle penult person plural person singular Plur Plutarch poets preceding prefixing preposition Present and Preter-imperfect Present Tense preter Preter-imperfect Tense Preter-perfect and Preter-pluperfect preter-perfect middle Preter-pluperfect Tense primitives pronouns reduplication rejected Second Aorist second declension second future Sect short vowel signifying simp Sing sometimes subjunctive Subjunctive Mode substantive syncopated termination third declension Thucyd tive understood verb begins verbs in fu vocative word Xenoph
Page 14 - other books to the Authors and Proprietors of such copies therein mentioned.** And extending the benefit thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and etching historical and other prints.
Page 166 - Partitives, &c. agree in gender with the substantive, which they have after them in the genitive ; but when there are two substantives of different genders,
Page 21 - kappa. lambda. mu. nu. xi. omicron. pi. rho. sigma. tau. upsilon. phi. chi. psi.
Page 28 - increased the number, by detaching the pronoun from the noun, the participle and adverb from the verb, and the preposition from the conjunction. The Latin Grammarians
Page 89 - seventeen. eighteen. nineteen. twenty twenty-one, &c. thirty. forty. fifty. sixty. seventy. eighty. ninety. a hundred. two hundred. a thousand ten thousand.
Page 28 - detached the interjection from the adverb, within which by the Greeks it was always included as a species.
Page 166 - are of the same gender with the individuals of which the collective noun is composed.
Page 197 - and blood came out of the wine-press even unto the horses