A Grammar of the Homeric Dialect

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Clarendon Press, 1891 - Greek language - 436 pages
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Contents

The Simple NonThematic Aorist M
14
Aorists in Ü and к
16
The Presents with vtj vä and vu
18
NonThematic Contracted VerbsPresents
20
Aoriste
22
Reduplication
26
The forms of the 3 Plural 4
28
Thematic forms 28 Meaning of the Perfect
31
With Short Stem
32
The Thematic Aorist
34
Remarks
36
The Reduplicated Thematic Present
39
Aorists in d 4
40
Aorists with Suffix tr
42
The Aorist in a oo Thematic
43
Meaning of the Passive Aorists
44
Suffixes of the PresentStem
45
TClass Tf to
46
Iterative Class nc oko
47
IClass ic j o
48
Epenthesis
49
Compensatory lengthening
50
Contraction
54
Synizesis
55
Meaning of Verbs of the IClass
56
The Future in trv
58
Futures from Perfect and Aorist Stems
59
The Augment Historical Tenses
60
The Pluperfect
61
Loss of Augment
62
PresentStemRelative progress
63
Essentially progressive action
64
Descriptive Imperfect
65
Aorist Participle coincidence
66
Aor in Similesgnomic Aor
67
The MoodsInfinitive and Participle So The SubjunctiveNonThematic TenseStems 81 Contraction
69
j Thematic TenseStems
70
The Optative
72
The Verbal Nouns
73
The Infinitive
74
The Participle CHAPTEB IV Accentuation of the Verb
75
General rule of accentuation of Verbs 88 Accent in Composition
76
The Infinitive and Participle
77
Nouns and Pronouns 90 Nominal and Pronominal Stems 91 Declensions
78
The Vocative 93 The CaseEndings 94 Stems in i u and cr 95 Stems in
79
CasesThe Nominative Singular 97 The Accusative Singular 98 The Genitive Singular 99 The Dative Singular
83
99 Plural 100 The Accusative Plural
84
The Genitive Plural 101 The Dative Plural
85
Contraction Synizesis Hyphaeresis 106 Variation of the Stem
88
Hétéroclite Nouns
107
Hétéroclite Pronouns
108
Adverbial Endings no Caseforms as Adverbs
109
in Accentuation of Nouns 112 The Vocative CHAPTEB VT Formation of Nouns 113 NominalStemsPrimary and Secondary
112
Primary Suffixes 1
113
114 Variation of Suffixes
114
Accentuation
115
Numerals
125
The Dative
135
Forms in 0v and atThe Ending6fv
151
The NominativeImpersonal Verbs
152
Nominative in the Predicate
153
The Vocative
155
Substantive and Adjective
156
Gender of Adjectives
157
Pronouns
158
Distributive use of the Singular
159
Plural of Things
160
The Dual
161
The Prepositions 174 Definition
163
Ellipse of the Verb
164
Use with Oblique Cases
165
Use with the Genitive 16C 180 Accentuation Anastrophe of Prepositions
166
180 Apocope
169
aiMpi
170
dKt with the Dative
171
Genitive
172
vtpi with the Dative
173
Accusative
174
vapa
175
Accusative 17G 192 Genitive
176
peri 177
177
Accusative
178
198 iiri with the Dative
179
Accusative
180
Genitive
181
v6 181 202 6S with the Dative
182
Genitive
183
wpori p6t worl
184
aviwith the Dat with the Gen
185
xara
186
Genitive
187
tti with the Accusative
188
Iv 189 221 air vr
189
fb
190
An6
192
Improper Prepositions
193
Homeric and Attic uses
194
The Verbal Nouns 230 Nature of the Verbal Nouns
195
The Infinitiveoriginal moaning
196
Infinitive with Nouns
198
as the Subject
199
J3S with Relatives
201
246 The Verbal Adjectives
214
Subordinate ClausesDeictic and Anaphoric Pronouns
215
ott Toa6aSt Tot6ott w ivOalt
216
mVos 917
217
aurifc axnaii
218
The Reflexive Pronoun
219
The Possessive Us os
220
ios 05 as a general Reflexive
221
The Article
224
The Attributive
226
With connecting Particles
227
With Adjectives
228
The defining Article
229
The Article as a Relative
231
The Article with t
232
os if 5
234
St Tt St Tit
235
Correlative Clauses
236
ovvtKa
240
S Sti ok
241
5 Sti S Tt as Conjunctions
244
270 Indirect Discourse
245
Double Relative Clauses
247
Classification of Sentences
248
The Particles PAOE
250
The Subjunctive in Principal Clauses
251
Negative
253
Prohibitive
254
Homeric and Attic uses
255
Clauses with
256
Relative ClausesFinal
257
Conditional
258
Relatival Adverbs
260
Iva
261
appa
262
St ivort
263
tZrt tJios
265
Final Clauses with tt
267
The Subjunctive with uis tl
268
irpiV
269
The Subjunctive after Secondary Tenses
270
The Optative in Simplo Sentences
271
With xty or Sir
273
The Optative in Subordinate Clauses
275
Clauses with in
276
35 ? j Conditional
278
Relatival AdverbsSis Swan iva
279
four 6ppa
281
Srt Anirt
282
ivft
283
tlConditional Protasis
284
ttOptative of Wish
285
tlFinal and Object Clauses
286
315 History of the Subjunctive and Optative Uses in Independent Clauses
287
Original meaning
289
Conditional Protasis with ei
290
Final Clauses with el
291
Conclusion
292
Homeric and Attic Uses
293
The IndicativeModal Uses 393
294
324 Ellipse of the Apodosis
295
Past Tense by Assimilation
296
327 The Imperative
298
Prohibition
299
Classification of the Particles
300
Tf 3OI 332 rt in general statement
301
333 Si
304
S4 of the Apodosis
305
EncliticJ
307
3367 iWi airrap arip aj ajTf tfimp
308
Ti17 evUTi
309
34a 1
311
3425 pd rt ft
315
347? apa yip
316
349352 ovv Stj vv Orjv
319
320 354 y
323
Uses of 17Indicative
324
oil and fdj in Conditional Clauses
325
oi with the Infinitive and Participle
326
Ktv and av
327
Summary of usesdifference of v and Ktv
331
Original meaning of and Ktv
334
36s Order of Particles and Enclitic Pronouns
335
The Hexameter
338
Spondaic verses
340
Quantity of Syllables
341
Position
342
Lengthening beforo A p v a 5
344
Origin of tho lengthening
345
Final 1 of the Dat Sing
346
Final a of the Neut Plur
347
Elision c
349
Crasis 35
350
Thematic Aorists in Homer 38
351
Hiatus 355
355
38S The Digamma
361
Loss of initial a and i
376
On n and i in Homer
384
Homeric Forms
403
Gender ь PAGK 67 68 69
425
7 73 74
427
Chief passages referred to
430

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