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Forms of Greek[edit]

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Αριθμοί[edit]

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1sΑ΄ α΄Β΄ β΄Γ΄ γ΄Δ΄ δ΄Ε΄ ε΄Ϛ΄ ϛ΄ ΣΤ΄ Στ΄ στ΄ Ϝ΄ ϝ΄Ζ΄ ζ΄Η΄ η΄Θ΄ θ΄
10sΙ΄ ι΄Κ΄ κ΄Λ΄ λ΄Μ΄ μ΄Ν΄ ν΄Ξ΄ ξ΄Ο΄ ο΄Π΄ π΄Ϟ΄ ϟ΄
100sΡ΄ ρ΄Σ΄ σ΄Τ΄ τ΄Υ΄ υ΄Φ΄ φ΄Χ΄ χ΄Ψ΄ ψ΄Ω΄ ω΄Ϡ΄ ϡ΄
1000s͵Α ͵α͵Β ͵β͵Γ ͵γ͵Δ ͵δ͵Ε ͵ε͵Ϛ ͵ϛ ͵ΣΤ ͵Στ ͵στ ͵Ϝ ͵ϝ͵Ζ ͵ζ͵Η ͵η͵Θ ͵θ
10,000s͵Ι ͵ι͵Κ ͵κ͵Λ ͵λ͵Μ ͵μ͵Ν ͵ν͵Ξ ͵ξ͵Ο ͵ο͵Π ͵π͵Ϟ ͵ϟ
100,000s͵Ρ ͵ρ͵Σ ͵σ͵Τ ͵τ͵Υ ͵υ͵Φ ͵φ͵Χ ͵χ͵Ψ ͵ψ͵Ω ͵ω͵Ϡ ͵ϡ
Greek number and measurement appendix
  • α′ = 1, β′ = 2, γ′ = 3, δ′ = 4, ε′ = 5, ϛ′ = 6, ξ′ = 7, η′ = 8, θ′ = 9, ι′ = 10, ια′ = 11, ιβ′ = 12, ιγ′ = 13, ιδ′ = 14, ιε′ = 15, ιϛ′ = 16, ιξ′ = 17, ιη′ = 18, ιθ′ = 19, κ′ = 20, κα′ = 21, κβ′ = 22, κγ′ = 23, κδ′ = 24, λ′ = 30, μ′ = 40, ν′ = 50, ξ′ = 60, ο′ = 70, π′ = 80, ϙ′ = 90, ρ′ = 100, σ′ = 200, τ′ = 300, υ′ = 400, φ′ = 500, χ′ = 600, ψ′ = 700, ω′ = 800, ϡ′ = 900, ′ α = 1,000
  • U+02B9(+0697) ʹ
  • U+0375(+0885) ͵

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10 ι΄ 20 κ΄
1 α΄ 11 ια΄ 21 κα΄ 10 ι΄ 100 ρ΄ 1000 10000
2 β΄ 12 ιβ΄ 22 κβ΄ 20 κ΄ 200 σ΄ 2000 20000
3 γ΄ 13 ιγ΄ 23 κγ΄ 30 λ΄ 300 τ΄ 3000 30000
4 δ΄ 14 ιδ΄ 24 κδ΄ 40 μ΄ 400 υ΄ 4000 40000
5 ε΄ 15 ιε΄ 25 κε΄ 50 ν΄ 500 φ΄ 5000 50000
6 στ΄ 16 ιστ΄ 26 κστ΄ 60 ξ΄ 600 χ΄ 6000 ?? 60000
7 ζ΄ 17 ιζ΄ 27 κζ΄ 70 ο΄ 700 ψ΄ 7000 70000 ?ο
8 η΄ 18 ιη΄ 28 κη΄ 80 π΄ 800 ω΄ 8000 80000
9 θ΄ 19 ιθ΄ 29 κθ΄ 90 ΄ 900 ΄ 9000 90000

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Active forms[edit]

Please do not use information below
These templates are being developed — details given here are liable to change

Greek verbs conjugate or undergo inflection. Grammars usually classify Greek verbs into two categories or conjugations: the first conjugation contains paroxytone verbs, with a stressed penultimate syllable (eg δηλώνω); the second conjugation contains oxytone verbs, with a stress on the last syllable (eg αγαπώ).

Each conjugation template is shown below with a sample of the verbs which use it. The number following each verb is its Jordanidou[1] paradigm number.

First conjugation (paroxytone) verbs[edit]

el-conj-1 series[edit]

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Verbs with single syllable deponent (future simple) forms:


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'Old' templates[edit]

These are being phased out, and will be deleted on satisfactory replacements.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jordanidou, Anna (2004) Τα ρήματα της νέας ελληνικής [Modern Greek Verbs], Athens: Patakis Publishers

Previous content[edit]

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Some passive verbs[edit]

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