User:Erutuon/Classical Greek prose

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This is a list from Campbell, Malcolm (1998) Classical Greek Prose: A Basic Vocabulary, Bristol Classical Press. Since it contains only the lemma forms, I do not think it is a copyright infringement to post it here. Having this list is useful, since it helps me visualize how well Wiktionary covers basic the Attic Greek vocabulary used by authors such as Thucydides, Plato, and Demosthenes.

Nouns[edit]

Masculine first declension[edit]

in -ᾱς (-ās)
in -ης (-ēs)

Masculine second declension[edit]

-ος
-ους (-ous)
-εώς (-eṓs)

Masculine third declension[edit]

-εύς (-eús)
other

Feminine first declension[edit]

-ᾱ, -ᾰ (-ā, -a)
contracted
-ᾰ, -ης (-a, -ēs)
()

Feminine second declension[edit]

-ος (-os)
-εως (-eōs)

Feminine third declension[edit]

-ις (-is)
other

Neuter second declension[edit]

-ον (-on)

Neuter third declension[edit]

-ος (-os)
-μᾰ (-ma)
other

Adjectives[edit]

First-and-second-declension adjectives[edit]

feminine ()
feminine -ᾱ ()
contracted
contracted, with feminine in -εια (-eia)

Second-declension adjectives[edit]

contracted

Third-declension adjectives[edit]

-ης, -ες (-ēs, -es)
-ων, -ον (-ōn, -on)

Third-and-first-declension adjectives[edit]

Others[edit]

Irregular comparatives or superlatives[edit]