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Noun Rule 1
Stems ending in alpha or eta are in the first declension, stems in omicron are in the
Noun Rule 2
Every neuter word has the same form in the nominative and accusative.
Noun Rule 3
Almost all neuter words end in alpha in the nominative and accusative plural.
Nominative Singular noun endings (1st and 2nd declension)
ς - ν
Accusative Singular noun endings (1st and 2nd declension)
ν ν ν
Nominative Plural noun endings (1st and 2nd declension)
ι ι α
Accusative Plural noun endings (1st and 2nd declension)
υς ς α
Nominative Singular article
ὁ ἡ τὸ
Accusative Singular article
τόν τήν τό
Nominative Plural article
οἱ αἱ τὰ
Accusative Plural article
τοὺς τὰς τὰ
τόν λὸγον
τὴν γραφήν
τὴν ὥραν
τὸ ἔργον
What is a postpositive?
A word that cannot be the first word in a Greek sentence or clause, even though in your English translation it is the first word (such as δέ).
What is a stem?
What is left after removing the case ending.
How is the nominative form used?
It is used as the subject of the verb or the predicate nominative.
How is the accusative form used?
It is commonly used as the direct object of the verb.
The two parts of a noun are:
the stem and the case ending