Appendix:Ancient Greek first declension

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Description[edit]

Greek nouns of the first declension are feminines in -η, -ᾰ, -ᾱ (-ē, -ă, -ā), and masculines in -ης, -ᾱς (-ēs, -ās).

Examples[edit]

Note: These examples are forms from the Attic dialect.

Feminines in -η and -ᾱ[edit]

singular dual plural singular dual plural
nominative
vocative
τῑμ·ή
tīm·ē
τῑμ·ᾱ́
tīm·ā
τῑμ·αί
tīm·ae
χώρ·ᾱ
chōr·ā
χώρ·ᾱ
chōr·ā
χῶρ·αι
chōr·ae
accusative τῑμ·ήν
tīm·ēn
τῑμ·ᾱ́ς
tīm·ās
χώρ·ᾱν
chōr·ān
χώρ·ᾱς
chōr·ās
genitive τῑμ·ῆς
tīm·ēs
τῑμ·αῖν
tīm·aen
τῑμ·ῶν
tīm·ōn
χώρ·ᾱς
chōr·ās
χώρ·αιν
chōr·aen
χωρ·ῶν
chōr·ōn
dative τῑμ·ῇ
tīm·ē(i)
τῑμ·αῖς
tīm·aes
χώρ·ᾳ
chōr·ā(i)
χώρ·αις
chōr·aes

Masculines in -ης and -ᾱς[edit]

singular dual plural singular dual plural
nominative κριτ·ής
crit·ēs
κριτ·ᾱ́
crit·ā
κριτ·αί
crit·ae
ταμί·ᾱς
tami·ās
ταμί·ᾱ
tami·ā
ταμί·αι
tami·ae
vocative κριτ·ά
crit·a
ταμί·ᾱ
tami·ā
accusative κριτ·ήν
crit·ēn
κριτ·ᾱ́ς
crit·ās
ταμί·ᾱν
tami·ān
ταμί·ᾱς
tami·ās
genitive κριτ·οῦ
crit·ū
κριτ·αῖν
crit·aen
κριτ·ῶν
crit·ōn
ταμί·ου
tami·ū
ταμί·αιν
tami·aen
ταμι·ῶν
tami·ōn
dative κριτ·ῇ
crit·ē(i)
κριτ·αῖς
crit·aes
ταμί·ᾱͅ
tami·ā(i)
ταμί·αις
tami·aes