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" The principal relations of tilings to each other are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession, by the genitive ; acquisition and communication, by the dative ; and action, by the accusative. "
Elements of Greek Grammar: Used in Yale College - Page 168
by Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1833 - 259 pages
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes, for the Use of Those, who Have ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1807 - 206 pages
...Genitive, Dative, or Accusative f . 1 The principal relations of things to one another are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession by...communication by the Dative, and action by the Accusative. The other relations, of time and place, cause and effect, motion and rest, connexion and opposition,...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1807 - 207 pages
...Genitive, Dative, or Accusative '. 1 The principal relations of things to one another are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession by...communication by the Dative, and action by the Accusative. The other relations, of time and place, cause and effect, motion and rest, connexion and opposition,...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes, for the Use of Those, who Have ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1811 - 210 pages
...Genitive, Dative, or Accusative." 1 The principal relations of things to one another are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession by...communication by the Dative, and action by the Accusative. The other relations, of time and place, cause and effect, motion and rest, connexion and opposition,...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1820 - 270 pages
...oixiaç, he went out from the house. The principal relation! of things to each other are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession, by...relations, prepositions are used to denote many relations ofplaee, time, cavse, and effect; motion and rest ; connexion and opposition. Every preposition has...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...T)75 oaaac, he went out from the house. The principal relations of tilings to each other are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession, by...of place, time, cause and effect ; motion and rest; connexion and opposition. Every preposition has one primary meaning, to which all the other significations,...
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Elements of Greek Grammar: Taken from Grammar of C.F. Hachenberg

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - 1822
...еиты, so. xai, so. wtfauTws, thus.* The principal relations of things to each other are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession, by...prepositions are used to denote many relations of place, tinte, cause and effect ; motion and rest; connexion and opposition. Every preposition has one primary...
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Elements of Greek Grammar, Taken Chiefly from the Grammar of Caspar ...

Chauncey Allen Goodrich - Greek language - 1822 - 224 pages
...relation» of things to each other are expressed in Greek by three cases ; origin and possession, by tLe genitive ; acquisition and communication, by the dative...of place, time, cause and effect ; motion and rest; connexion and opposition. Every preposition has one primary meaning, to which all the other significations,...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar

Samuel Connor - Greek language - 1832 - 208 pages
...aXi/Oiís, certainly, VII. OF PREPOSITIONS. The principal relations of things to one another are expressed in Greek by three cases; — origin and possession...communication by the Dative, and action by the Accusative. The other relations of time and place, cause and effect, motion and rest, connexion and opposition,...
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The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Volume 24

Charles Hodge, Lyman Hotchkiss Atwater - Bible - 1852
...quietis, loci et temporis; while the principal relations of things to one another are indicated by the three cases; "origin and possession by the Genitive,...communication by the Dative, and action by the Accusative." Each preposition, then, has an invariable, radical meaning when standing by itself, and so have the...
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