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c. nom. (o[ w@n) 9, (12) 137 n., 140, 145

a]pogra

a]podhmei?n pres. and aor. 130 in 247

a]poqn^

--u[po< tinoj 156--future 155--for ]Axaioi< prehistoric form of 184

future 114, 120--action in pres. and a@xri 169

aor. 112, 114—tebis),

a]pokalu

a]poko


a]pokrij , b pronunciation 33

ei#pe 14, 131 Ba

a]pokru

a]poktei

a]po

-intrans. perf. act. 154—o[ a]]pollu<- blhte

menoi 114 (bis), 127 bapti

a]polou

a]posterei?sqai voice 162 basileu

a]poxwrei?n, ingressive force in present 130

174 basta

a]pwqei?sqai voice 157 belti

-ar- = vocalic r 119 n. bia

a]riqm&? = "carefully counted" 76 ble

a@risto

a]rketo

a]rmo

a[pra

fective in sun- 113

a]rrabw

a@rxesqai: pleonastic use of h@rcato 14 f. gamei?n voices 159

--present stem an old aorist? 119-- ge

c. inf. 205--c. partic. 228—a]rca

240--no perfective compounds 117 ge

-arxoj and -hj 48 gela?n future mid. 154

-a?j as nouns in, with gen. –a?doj or a?, 38 ge

-a?sai in 2 s. pres. mid. 53 f. genna?sqai 120

-asi 3 pl. perf. yielding to -an 52 f.-- geu

h!kasi 53 gi

a]spabis)--original action of

--action of a]spasa

a]ste

a]su

a]su

a]sfalh?n accus. 49 e]ge

a]to

au: pronounced au in late Greek 234-- --mh> ge

changed to a 47 menoj 51—ge

au]to

ing e]kei?noj 86--with article, weaken- = ei#nai? 146

ing of, 91—au]to>j o[, o[ au]to

au]tou?, gen. of place 73 pres. and aor. 113--of perfect 148--

au[tou

a(u])xmhro

a]feirhme

268 INDEX OF GREEK WORDS AND FORMS.


gra--c. i!na in Polybius and NT 207 f. e]auto

gunh< survival of vocative 71 placed by yuxh< 87, 105 n.—e[autou?

and i@dioj 87, 89—e[aut&? (-oi?j) c. act.

d pronunciation of 33 compared with middle 157—e[autou

de< with article as demonstrative 81 and a]llh

dei?sqai, in petitions 173 e@bhn 110

de

deu?ro, deu?te 172 e]ggu

deu

dhlou?n c. i!na in papyri 208 aor. 137, 141—e]gerqei

dia<: frequency 98, 104 f.--with acc. 14—e]gh

and gen. 105 f.--with accus. only in e@gnwka 148-e@gnwn 113

MGr 106--with gen. contrasted with e@gw<: emphasis in nom. 85-replaced

e]k, u[po< 106--perfective action in by h[mei?j 86 f., 246

composition 112 f., 115 f., 118 e]de

diagra

dialu

diameri

diaporeu

diapragmateu

diarrhgnu

diasafei?n c. i!na in Polybius 207 e@qhka 145

diathrei?n 116 ei, i, h, ^, oi: approximating sounds

dife

diafugei?n 112, 116 vv.ll. 35

diafulaindic.

dido

after -w and –o

aor. subj. 55, 196--dwh 55, 193 f., future 187--with pres. indic. to

196, 198-in LXX 194 n.—d&? 55-- express future conditions 187--with

dw

129-do

dieoptative 196--expressing a wish

diw

116--action of aor. 116--future in 194—ei] ou] with indic. 171, 187, 200,

act. form 154 240- ei] mh< 171, 241—ei] mh

dokei?n 15 239

do

dra

du

205 ei]ka

dunato

du

du

--ordinal 96-(a]na>) du

dusba

dw

36 f., 55 f.--imperf.: h#n (lst s.) 56,

e thematic vowel 171 h@mhn, 56, 201—h#n for ^# 49, 168, 187

e- augment 128, 129 -h#sqa and h#san as subjunctive--

e and ai: sounded alike 34, 51, 56, no aorist 110, 174, 201--future 16,

199-caused vv.ll. 35 180-inf. c. me

e]a

166, 186, 234--history of 234-c. e@stw (h@tw) e@stwsan 180—este<

indic. 168, 187 (bis)--with futuristic 180-infin. a dative 202.-Action

subj. 185-with dependent clauses 110—ei#nai ei]j 71--use of o[ w@n 228,

185--with mh< as negative 185, 187- cp. 9 n.--imperf. and imper. in para-

relations with ei] 187--replaced by phrases with participle 14 f., 225-

ei] . . . a@n in illiterate Greek 169, 227, 249 -- as copula understood

239--replaced by participial clause 183 E. 225--with adjectives 180, 182

229 f. --perhaps used for e@dei 16

INDEX OF GREEK WORDS AND FORMS. 269

ei[[pei?n: has no present 111, 140—ei#paj e@noxoj c. gen. 39

51—su> ei#paj 86—ei#pen and e@legen e]ntre

128 e]nw


ei@rhka aoristic 145 e]caiei]j: frequency 62, 98--meaning 66, e]cista

72—ei]j to> o@noma 100--with a]pan h#n 227—ou]k

14, 242-- forming predicate with e]co

ei#nai, etc. 71 f., 76--in place of gen. e]couqenein and e]coudenou?n 56

and dat. 246--encroaches on e]n 62 f., e@cw. See e@xein

66, 234 f., 245--replaced by e]n 245 e@oika 154

--relation with e]pi< 68--with infin. e]pa

anarthrous 81, 216—ei]j to< c. infin. e]pei> mh< 240

218-220 e]pe

ei$j: as ordinal 95 f., 237--as indef. e!pesqai: deponent 153--late use c. gen.

art. 96 f.—o[ ei$j 97—ei$j and tij 97-- 245

distributive use 105—ei$j to>n e!na re- e]pi<: with three cases 63, 107--fre-

ciprocal 246 quency 63 n., 98, 107-with adverbs

ei#ten 46 99—e]f ] a!pac 99—e]f ] &$, 107—e]pi> to>

ei@wqa 52 au]to< 107--perfectivising 113--with

ei@wqa 154 articular inf. in inscriptions 214--

e]k: frequency 98--survival into MGr relation with ei]j 68

102, 246--partitive 72, 102--of e]pibalw

material 246--joined with adverbs e]piginw

99—swqei>j e]k and qeo>j e]k qeou? 102-- e]piqumei?n: aorist 139-c. acc. and gen.

perfectivising 237--relations with 65-c. inf. 205.

arb 102, 237--with dia< (gen.) 106-- e]pitre

with para< and u[po< 102, 237 e]pifa

e]kaqeri

e]kato




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