Template:grc-adj-1&2

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grc-adj-1&2 (grc-adj-1&2m; first/second declension


{{grc-adj-1&2}} and {{grc-adj-1&3}} generate headword lines for Ancient Greek adjectives whose feminine is in the first declension and whose masculine and neuter are in the second declension or third declension respectively. 1&2 and 1&3 are abbreviations for "first and second declension" and "first and third declension".

Module:grc-headword and Module:headword process the parameters and create the displayed text.

For example, ᾰ̓́λλος (állos) is a first-and-second-declension adjective, because its masculine form ᾰ̓́λλος (állos) and neuter form ᾰ̓́λλο (állo) are declined in the second declension, and its feminine form ᾰ̓́λλη (állē) is declined in the first declension, and βᾰρῠ́ς (barús) is a first-and-third-declension adjective because its masculine βᾰρῠ́ς (barús) and neuter βᾰρῠ́ (barú) are in the third declension, and its feminine βᾰρεῖᾰ (bareîa) is in the first declension.

Parameters[edit]

Numbered parameters[edit]

The feminine and neuter forms are required. A headword form can be provided if needed.

|1=, |2=, |3=
The headword, feminine, and neuter. Only allowed if title contains ambiguous vowels (the monophthongs α, ι, υ).
  • in ἄλλος (állos), {{grc-adj-1&2|ᾰ̓́λλος|ᾰ̓́λλη|ᾰ̓́λλο}}
  • in βαρύς (barús), {{grc-adj-1&3|βᾰρῠ́ς|βᾰρεῖᾰ|βᾰρῠ́}}
|1=, |2=
Feminine and neuter form.

If the headword or feminine or neuter form is given in a numbered parameter, there will be an error message if the corresponding named parameter |head=, |f=, or |n= is also present. For example, {{grc-adj-1&2|ᾰ̓́λλος|ᾰ̓́λλη|ᾰ̓́λλο|head=ᾰ̓́λλος|f=ᾰ̓́λλη|n=ᾰ̓́λλο}} is not allowed.

Named parameters[edit]

|head=, |head2=, |head3=, ...
Headwords.
|f=, |f2=, |f3=, ...
Feminine forms.
|n=, |n2=, |n3=, ...
Neuter forms.
|deg=comp, |deg=super
Degree of comparison. Only allowed in {{grc-adj-1&2}} and {{grc-adj-3rd}}, because no comparatives or superlatives belong to the first-and-third-declension class of adjectives. |deg=comp indicates that the adjective is a comparative) and |deg=super indicates it is a superlative. A category will be added, but the displayed text will not change.
  • in νεώτερος (neṓteros), {{grc-adj-1&2|νεωτέρη|νεώτερον|deg=comp}}