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ablative accent according accusative active adverbs analogy ANNOTATION assume Attics augment barytons beginning Book borrows called CHAP characteristic circumflex common compounds conjugated consonant contraction dative derived Dialects diphthong Dual EXAMPLES express feminine formation formed frequently future genitive give governed Greek happens Hence imperative imperfect indicative infin infinitive inserting joined language Latin letters likewise manner marked masculine meet mentioned middle moods natural neuter nominative nouns observed optative participle particular pass passive penultima perf perfect person plural plu-perfect Plur plural poets preceding preposition present primitives proper pure reason reduplication rejected rest retain Rule second aorist second future short signification Sing singular sometimes sort speak subjunctive syllable sync syncope taken tenses termination thence thing third person verbs vowel whence comes και το
Σελίδα 399 - But foolish and unlearned questions avoid, knowing that they do gender strifes ; and the servant of the Lord must not strive, but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient, in meekness instructing those that oppose themselves ; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth...
Σελίδα 330 - ... every rebellion in this distant country, and means are given, as I think, for the destruction of religion, for the children of this world are more prudent than the children of light. Before truth can reach Rome deceit and falsehood have already occupied the ground, and because they are supported by the testimony of faithless men, they find credit and advocates, my declarations being neglected because they are not upheld by the number and...
Σελίδα xxxix - London, 1808. [li. 6. 36.] The Primitives of the Greek Tongue, containing a Complete Collection of all the Roots or Primitive Words, together with the most considerable Derivatives of the Greek Language. Translated from the French of Messieurs De Port Royal. By Thomas Nugent.
Σελίδα 421 - ... it, and facilitate it to strangers. Wherefore the ancient Greeks, to whom it was natural, never used them, as is demonstrated from Aristotle, old inscriptions, and ancient medals. It is not an easy matter to tell, what time the practice of writing these accents first prevailed, though it is probable not till after the Romans began to be more curious of learning the Greek tongue, and to send their children to study at Athens, that is, about or a little before the time of Cicero. Accents, by the...