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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John West and Company, 1809 - Greek language - 268 pages
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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 219 - middle syllables of words* which do not come under any of the foregoing rules, are said to be long or short, by authority ; and their quantity can only be
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
Page 152 - The second future is formed from the second future active, by changing a into

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