Category:Greek adjective superlative forms
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Greek adjectives that are inflected to give attributes to nouns in their highest possible degrees.
Greek has two superlative forms:
- The relative superlative - used when making a comparison, it is usually formed it two ways ο πιο πονηρός (the more cunning) and ο πονηρότερος (the cunninger).
- The absolute superlative - not used when making a direct comparison, but when stressing an exceptional property: πονηρότατος (most cunning). For example Odysseus is a most cunning man.
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