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grc-adj-2nd (grc-adj-2ndm, f; second declension

{{grc-adj-2nd}} and {{grc-adj-3rd}} generate headword lines for Ancient Greek adjectives whose forms are in the second or the third declension respectively.

In these adjectives, there are two forms: the common (masculine and feminine) form and the neuter form. Both forms are in the same declension. For example, ἀληθής (alēthḗs) has a masculine and feminine form ᾰ̓ληθής (alēthḗs) and a neuter form ᾰ̓ληθές (alēthés); both are declined in the third declension. ἄδικος (ádikos) has a masculine and feminine form ᾰ̓́δῐκος (ádikos) and a neuter form ᾰ̓́δῐκον (ádikon), both of which belong to the second declension.


Numbered parameters[edit]

The two possible numbered parameters are the headword and the neuter form. They must be Greek characters, or in the case of the neuter, a hyphen (-) indicating the form is unattested.

The headword is only allowed if the title contains ambiguous vowels (the monophthongs α, ι, υ). The neuter is required.

Named parameters[edit]

|head=, |head2=, |head3=, ...
|n=, |n2=, |n3=, ...
Neuter forms.