γραμματική

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From γρᾰμμᾰτῐκός ‎(grammatikós): as an animate noun, a feminisation of γρᾰμμᾰτῐκός ‎(grammatikós, noun); as an inanimate noun, a substantivisation of the feminine forms of γρᾰμμᾰτῐκός ‎(grammatikós, adjective), in elliptical use for γραμματικὴ τέχνη ‎(grammatikḕ tékhnē); as an adjective, regularly declined forms of γρᾰμμᾰτῐκός ‎(grammatikós, adjective).

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Noun[edit]

γρᾰμμᾰτῐκή ‎(grammatikḗf ‎(genitive γρᾰμμᾰτῐκῆς); first declension

  1. animate senses:
    1. a female teacher of the rudiments
    2. a woman who occupies herself with literary texts, a female grammarian or critic
  2. inanimate senses:
    1. grammar
    2. the faculty of scholarship
    3. alphabet, script, writing

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Adjective[edit]

γρᾰμμᾰτῐκή ‎(grammatikḗ)

  1. nominative singular feminine of γρᾰμμᾰτῐκός ‎(grammatikós)
  2. vocative singular feminine of γρᾰμμᾰτῐκός ‎(grammatikós)

Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek γραμματική ‎(grammatikḗ, grammar), from γράμμα ‎(grámma, writing)

Noun[edit]

γραμματική ‎(grammatikíf ‎(uncountable)

  1. grammar

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