A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect

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Clarendon Press, 1891 - Greek language - 436 pages
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Contents

The Tenses 9 VerbStemTenseStem
10
Formation of TenseStems
11
The Simple NonThematic Present
12
The Simple NonThematic Aorist
14
Metathesis
15
Aorists in and led
16
Tho NonThematic Reduplicated Present
17
The Presents with vr vfi and vu
18
NonThematic Contracted VerbsPresents
20
Aorists
22
KIUTIH 346
24
Reduplication
26
The forms of the 3 Plural J7 25 Long and Short Stems
28
Thematic forms
30
Meaning of the Perfect
31
The Simple Thematic Present
32
With Short Stem
33
The Thematic Aorist
34
Remarks
36
Doubtful forms
37
Thematic Aorists in Homer
38
The Reduplicated Aorist Thematic
39
Aorists in S 38 TenseStems formed by a Suffix 39 The Aorist in
40
Aorists with Suffix r 41 The Aorist in n 00 Thematic 4a Passive Aoriststhe Aor in i
42
Meaning of the Passive Aorists
44
Suffixes of the PresentStem
45
TClass n to
46
Nasal Class vc vo
48
Iterative Tenses 50 IClass t yo 51 Verbs in uu
49
Compensatory lengthening
50
Verbs in aw a ouAssimilation 56 Contraction
54
Synizesis
55
Meaning of Verbs of the IClass
56
Desideratives 60 Frequentatives 61 Intensive
57
The Future in 01
58
Futures from Perfect and Aorist Stems 66 Future Middle
59
The Augment Historical Tenses 68 The Pluperfect
61
Loss of Augment
62
The SubjunctiveNonThematic TenseStems 6S 81 Contraction
69
Thematic TenseStems
70
Meaning of tho Present and Aorist Stems 71 PresentStemRelative progress
71
The Optative
72
Essentially progressive action 73 Past process the Imperfect
73
Descriptive Imperfect
74
AoristStem
75
Aorist of the immediate past
76
Aorist Participle coincidence
77
Aor in Similesgnomic
78
The Vocative
79
Stems in 1 u and a
80
Stems in a
81
CasesThe Nominative Singular 8x 97 The Accusative Singular
82
The Genitive Singular
83
99 Plural
84
The Genitive Plural
85
The Dual
86
Contraction Synizesis Hyphaeresis
87
Variation of the Stem
88
Heteroclite Nouns
90
Heteroclite Pronouns
92
Adverbial Endings
93
Caseforms as Adverbs
94
in Accentuation of Nouns
97
The Vocative
98
Formation of Nouns 113 Nominal StemsPrimary and Secondary
99
Primary Suffixes
100
63
101
114 Variation of Suffixes
104
Accentuation
107
Gender
108
Secondary Suffixes
110
Compound Suffixes 118 Suffixes of different periods
111
Gender
112
no Denominative Verbs
113
Composition
116
Form of the Prefixed Stem
117
Form of the Second Stem
120
Meaning of Compounds
122
Stems compounded with Prepositions 128 Accentuation of Compounds 139 Proper Names
123
Numerals
125
Use of the Cases
127
Relation of Nouns and Pronouns to the Verb 132 The AccusativeInternal and External Object 133 Neuter Pronouns 134 Neuter Adjectives
129
64
130
Accusative of the part affected
131
of Time and Space 139 with Nouns
132
of the External Object
133
Double Accusatives
134
The Dative 143 The true Dative
135
The Instrumental Dative
137
The Locatival Dative
139
The Genitive
140
The Genitive with Nouns
141
in the Predicate
142
of Place 150 of Time
143
The quasiPartitive Genitive
144
The Ablatival Genitive
147
The CaseEnding +iv
148
Ablative
149
Locative
150
The NominativeImpersonal Verbs 162 Nominative in the Predicate
153
Interjectional Nominative
155
Substantive and Adjective
156
Gender of Adjectives
157
Dative and Genitive
158
Distributive use of the Singular
159
Forms in 0cv and 0The Ending 6v
160
The Dual
161
Ttpl 17a 186 xtpi with the Dative
174
mpa
175
Accusative
176
95 Accusative
178
4 79 198 iwi with the Dative
179
Accusative
180
Genitive
181
im5 181 203 vrtlt with the Dative
182
Genitive
183
rrpori vp6s oW I84 206 wporl with the Dative I84 207 Accusative I84 208 Genitive
184
ivwith the Dat with the Gen
185
Kara
186
Genitive
187
5id I87 215 8id with the Accusative I87 216 Genitive
188
iy
189
ch I90 223 If
190
atro igi 225 vp6
192
Improper Prepositions
193
Homeric and Attic uses
194
The Verbal Nouns 230 Nature of the Verbal Nouns
195
The Definitiveoriginal meaning
196
Infinitive with Nouns 19S a33 1 with Impersonal Verbs
198
as the Subject
199
with Relatives
201
Tenses of the Infinitive
203
Dative with the Infinitive
204
Infinitive used as an Imperative
206
Origin and History of the Infinitive
207
The Participleuses
209
Tenses of the Participle
211
Implied Predication
212
The Genitive Absolute
213
246 The Verbal Adjectives
214
Subordinate ClausesDeictic and Anaphoric Pronouns
215
oSt rotrfatt roioaSf uSi ivOZ
216
cctVoj
217
aiiTiis oJtjj
218
The Reflexive Pronoun
219
The Possessive Us Ss
220
lot os as a general Eeflcxive
221
The Article
224
The Attributive
226
With connecting Particles
227
With Adjectives 2 28
228
The defining Article
230
The Article as a Relative
231
The Article with rt
232
Si 5 8
234
St re Si nt
235
Correlative Clauses
236
ovvtxa
240
i on 0 tc
241
i on 8 re as Conjunctions
244
270 Indirect Discourse
245
Double Relative Clauses
247
Classification of Sentences
248
The Subjunctive in Principal Clauses
251
Negative
253
Prohibitive
254
Homeric and Attic uses
255
Clauses with j
256
Relative ClausesFinal
257
Conditional
258
lUppa
287
The Optative in Simple Sentences
300
tlFinal and Object Clauses
314
35 2 I fy
319
353 320 354 7 3 355 oi firjdistinction of usage
322
The IndicativeModal Uses
323
Uses of 7Indicative
324
ov and pef in Conditional Clauses 32 S 360 oi with the Infinitive and Participle 36
326
fr and av
327
Summary of usesdifference of Sf and Ktv
334
Order of Particles and Enclitic Pronouns
335
Metre and Quantity 366 The Hexameter
338
Spondaic verses 34
340
Quantity of Syllables
341
Position
342
316
344
Origin of the lengthening
345
Final 1 of the Dat Sing
346
Final a of the Neut Plur
347
Elision c
349
Crams 35
351
Hiatus
355
J
356
Hiatus after short syllables
357
Doubtful vowels
358
Doubling of consonants
360
38S The Digamma
361
Words with initial f
363
318
368
Words with initial of f 37
372
3945 Initial of fp 4c
374
f not initial
375
Loss of initial 0 and 1
376
Traces of fSummary
377
Hiatus c as a survival
378
Explanation from the nature of the f
379
On v and u in Homer
384
319
390
F Ficks theory of the Homeric dialect 3S6 Other Notes and Corrections
396
Index LHomeric Forms
403
ILSubjects
423
7rdXut 94
426
Chief passages referred to
430

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Page 211 - in various of their cases, are used in constructions which assimilate them to the infinitive of other languages — although, were it not for these other later and more developed and pronounced infinitives, the constructions in question might pass as ordinary case-constructions of a somewhat peculiar kind
Page 338 - (neither do men put new wine into old bottles) else the bottles break.
Page 325 - a particular word or phrase. It does not however intensify the meaning, or insist on the fact as true, but only calls attention to the word or fact,
Page 139 - The true Dative expresses the person to or for whom something is done, or who is regarded as chiefly affected or interested
Page 396 - 1883 : Die homerische Ilias nach ihrer Entstehung betrachtet und in der ursprünglichen Sprachform wiederhergestellt, 1886)
Page 306 - and the like, is not a Conjunction, and does not affect the meaning of the Conjunction which it follows.
Page 348 - Neglect of Position is perceptibly commoner in the Odyssey than in the Iliad. Apart from cases in which the necessities of metre can be pleaded. viz. proper names and words beginning with
Page 148 - ad Cannas fugientem consulem vix septuaginta secuti sunt, alterius morientis prope totus exercitus fuit.
Page 324 - is intensive, denoting that the word to which it is subjoined is true in a high degree, in its fullest sense, &c.
Page 235 - when used as a Relative must follow the Noun or Pronoun to which it refers ; whereas a Relative Clause often precedes.

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