First Greek Grammar (Macmillan’s Greek Course) by William G Rutherford

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6Vcf>p6v-(ov €V(f>pov-cov dat. €V(j>po-ai(v) ev(j)po-cri(v) Vowels long by nature, except r, and u, are marked long, unless they carry the circumflex accent. FIRST GREEK GRAMMAR 49 fietfav, greater masculine and feminine n. v. fiei^cov •<. ace. fiel^ova or 1 gen. /j,ei£ovo<; CO fjL€l%OV //,ei£o> 41 g /JL€L%OVt n. v. a. d. fiei^ovoiv /JLeC^OVOlV n. v. fJL€l%OV€<; Or fjL€L%OV<; fi€i£ova or ace. fjL6L%ova<; or /Wfou? fiei^ova or /letfo) gen. fiei^OVCOP fiei^ovwv dat. fi€i£ocri(v) Liei%o

Avro avrov avrov? avrov avroyv avrcov avroov avrut avrfi avroZ avrol? aural? avrol? , airnj, ai-ro, pi. uiVoi, avrcu, has the meaning self, a sense which it also receives in

AirXrj difkovv voc. a7rXo{)? aifXrj difkovv ace. airkovv aTrXfjv a,7r\ovv gen. )? difkov dat. dirXS a7r\y airXo) n. v. a. d. airkolv dirXoiv difkolv n. v. airkol dirXal dirka ace. airXovs a7rXa? air\d gen. 7r\cov dirXcav dat. clttKoZs a7rXat? airXol? neuter 1 1 1 1 1 XXXII. — Many adjectives belong solely to the second declension having only two endings, -o? for the masculine and feminine and -ov all compound for the neuter. This is the case with adjectives. Vowels long by nature, except »j and a, are marked the circumflex accent.

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