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LESSON II :  EUPHONIC CHANGES - NOUNS

 

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§ 28.
The following are the terminations of the First Declension:--

 

Singular. Cases. Plural.
Masc. Fem. Masc. and Fem.
ας or ης α or η Nominative. αι
ου ας or ης Genitive. ῶν
ᾳ or η Dative. αις
αν or ην Accusative. ας
α or η Vocative. αι
Dual. Nom., Acc., Voc., α; Gen., Dat., αιν.


§ 29.
The α in the terminations of the singular is mostly used when ρ, ε, or ι precedes it; and in the Nom., Acc., and Voc. when λ or σ, and frequently when ν, precedes it. A few nouns have α in the Gen. sing.

 

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