So, admittedly this conjugation table is a bit sketchy to begin with. I have found an example of every form that is not bold in a Greek text or cited as such in a reputable source. I'd prefer to have a messy looking table than mislead people. The bold forms I inferred based on paradigms, and I'm reasonably confident that they're close, although the accentuation might be off, and there might be contractions I'm not aware of. Additionally, the possibility of irregular forms should not be discounted. If anyone can substantiate any of the bold forms, then please unbold them, or correct and unbold them. Thanks. Cerealkiller13 02:27, 7 August 2006 (UTC)
¨"For most later writers, the fourth sense is the primary one, and εἶπον is used for all tenses except present and imperfect, a situation similar to English go and be."
- Shouldn't the future also be included? --220.127.116.11 19:47, 29 November 2012 (UTC)