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" It is admitted by writers of the Attic dialect, often by those of the Doric, but most frequently by the poets. PROPERTIES. It delights in a confluence of vowels ; hence it is distinguished from the common dialect by I. The resolution of diphthongs and... "
Elements of Greek Grammar: Used in Yale College - Page 211
by Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1833 - 259 pages
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A Grammer of the Greek Language

Greek language - 1815 - 223 pages
...Minor and the adjacent Islands, the principal of which were Smyrna, Efihesus, Miletus, Teas, and Samoa. It is admitted by Writers of the Attic Dialect, often...I. The Resolution of Diphthongs and Contractions. C SctVflM xv into " ' trervpec. ruvrTfett. -rail, Matt. P. 103. B. a Aoy, m Aayeio, 70<e. 5. ia Alfa,...
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A Grammar of the Greek Language: Originally Composed for the College-School ...

John Snelling Popkin - Greek language - 1815 - 223 pages
...Minor and the adjacent Islande, the principal of which were Smyrna, Efihesus, Miletus, Teas, and Samoa. It is admitted by Writers of the Attic Dialect, often...I. The Resolution of Diphthongs and Contractions. * JT ,7 5 Г?Л( . ...vu. ли into аи ' ti • < cm TtnTTji тия-тнц. ci i TV то*,...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1820 - 270 pages
...Asia Minor, and the adjacent islands, the principad of which were Smyrna, Ephesus J\filetus, Teas, and Samos. It is admitted by writers of the Attic Dialect,...I. The Resolution of Diphthongs and Contractions. . into „;^^ '**• ri,, Matt. P. 103. B. 5. 4,6. II. Syncope of Dialects. Ionic. i in many...
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A Grammar of the Greek Language: Originally Composed for the College-School ...

Greek language - 1820 - 223 pages
...Miletus, Teos, and Samos. It is admittedly Writers of the Attic Dialect, often by those of the Done, but most frequently by the Poets. PROPERTIES. It delights...common Dialect by. I. The Resolution of Diphthongs and Contractione. • . .. ( fttvu.it tuuu,. ttv into ew < . ... f xuTcg eiiiTef. fH'fltf. feitfn. Tvirreat....
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...and the adjacent islands, the principal of which were Smyrna, Ephcsus, Miletus, Teos, and Santo. It is admitted by writers of the Attic Dialect, often...I. The Resolution of Diphthongs and Contractions. u into oVv, Matt. P. 103. В. Xoyoio, тою. 5. Aideu, TSU. 4t 5. 1st Aor. 2d Aor. Prs. 2d Aor....
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...and the adjacent island, the principal of which were Smyrna, Ephesus, Miletus, Teot, and Sanios. It is admitted by writers of the Attic Dialect, often...by those of the Doric, but most frequently by the Poet. Properties. It delights in a confluence of vowels ; hence it is distinguished from the common...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1822 - 224 pages
...Asia Minor, and the adjacent islands. the principal of which were Smyrna, Ephesus, Miletus, Teas, and Samos. It is admitted by writers of the Attic Dialect, often by those of the Doric, but mest frequently by the Poets. Properties. It delights in a confluence of vowels ; hence it is distinguished...
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A Grammar of the Greek Language

Benjamin Franklin Fisk - Greek language - 1830 - 240 pages
...Asia Minor and the adjacent islands, the principal of which were Smyrna, Ephesus, Miletus, Teas, and Samos. It is admitted by writers of the Attic dialect,...I. The resolution of diphthongs and contractions. • , .. &uvua •d-iavua. av into tav < > ,' =.. i . ( аута? if ) ~ adio E fl lr]&ia...
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Grammar of the Greek Language

Benjamin Franklin Fisk - 1844
...Minor and the adjacent islands, the principal of which were Smyrna, Ephesus, Miletus, Teas, and Somos. It is admitted by writers of the Attic dialect, often...I. The resolution of diphthongs and contractions. II. Syncope of 8 and т in oblique cases. E in many words ; particularly those in ЕШ • as, IQ,...
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