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" ... Five CASES : nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, and vocative. In the singular, the vocative is often like the nominative ; in the plural, it is always so. In neuter words, the nominative and vocative are always like the accusative, and in the... "
The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes - Page 17
by Richard Valpy - 1821 - 271 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
...always i,either final, or in a diphthong in the last syllable. The genitive plural always ends in w. The dual has only two terminations, one for the nominative,...plural those cases end in a. In the dual they are like the masculine. ARTICLE , the1. DECLENSIONS of NOUNS are three, answering to the three first declensions'...
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The Elements of Greek Grammar: With Notes for the Use of Those who Have Made ...

Richard Valpy - Greek language - 1820 - 214 pages
...omitted. Thus it was used in that copious language, the Arabic, and does not exist in the Persian. native, Accusative, and Vocative ; the other for the Genitive,...a. In the dual they are the same as the masculine. ARTICLE. 'а, т,', та, The* Dual. MFN 5, NA TW, ri, т; GD Ту, т7у, TOV. NOUN. DECLENSIONS...
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Greek Grammar

Philipp Buttmann - Greek language - 1822 - 292 pages
...some writers not at all ; and most frequently by the Attics. The dual has never more than two endings, one for the nominative, accusative and vocative ; the other for the genitive and dative. The division into three declensions is most convenient, corresponding to the three first declensions...
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Greek Grammar for the Use of Schools

Philipp Buttmann - Greek language - 1826 - 336 pages
...writers not at all ; and most frequently by the Attics. 3. The dual has never more than two endings, one for the nominative, accusative, and vocative ; the other for the genitive and dative. ОЕСЬКВЫОВ. NB The Attic second declension, so called, is omitted in the above table, for the...
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An elementary grammar of the Greek language, tr. by J.H. Millard

Raphael Khner - 1844
...nominative, accusative, and vocative alike in the three numbers. The dual has only two forms ; the one for the nominative, accusative, and vocative, the other for the genitive and dative. 2. There are three different methods according to which substantives and adjectives are inflected in...
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A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges

James Hadley - Greek language - 1861 - 366 pages
...vocative are always like the accusative, and in the plural always end in a. The dual has but two forms, one for the nominative, accusative, and vocative, the other for the genitive and dative. 116. The nominative singular is not to bo confounded with the stem. Often they are alike : thus x>Pa...
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Elements of the Greek Language

James Hadley - Greek language - 1869 - 246 pages
...vocative are always like the accusative, and in the plural always end in a. The dual has but two -forms, one for the nominative, accusative, and vocative, the other for the genitive and dative. c. The nominative singular is not to be confounded with the stem. Often they are alike : thus x^P*...
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A Greek grammar for schools and colleges, revised and in part rewritten by F ...

James Hadley - 1884
...vocative are always like the accusative, and in the plural always end in -a. The dual has but two forms, one for the nominative, accusative, and vocative, the other for the genitive and dative. a. In distinction from the nominative and vocative (casus recti), the other cases are termed oblique...
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A Greek Grammar for Schools and Colleges

James Hadley - Greek language - 1884 - 422 pages
...vocative are always like the accusative, and in the plural always end in -a. The dual has but two forms, one for the nominative, accusative, and vocative, the other for the genitive and dative. a. In distinction from the nominative and vocative (casus recti), the other cases are termed oblique...
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A Grammar of Attic and Ionic Greek

Frank Cole Babbitt - Attic Greek dialect - 1902 - 448 pages
...Accusative, and Vocative. XOTE 1. — The dual number refers to two objects. It has but two forms, one for the nominative, accusative, and vocative, the other for the genitive and dative. NOTE 2. — The vocative in the plural is always like the nominative ; in the singular it is often...
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