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Conjugation template variables[edit]

New[edit]

{{el-conj-1}}
Variable Type Description Used in Notes
present stem The stem of present tense forms el-conj-1
imperf stem The stem of the imperfect tense 1st person singular el-conj-1
future stem The stem of the future simple tense 1st person singular el-conj-1
past stem The stem of the simple past (aorist) tense 1st person singular el-conj-1


{{el-conj-1}} - Optional arguments
Variable Type Description Used in Notes
note text relevant notes of exceptions, etc el-conj-1
ref text temporary el-conj-1
perfect-2 term of an additional perfect tense el-conj-1
imperf-2 stem The stem of an additional the imperfect tense 1st person singular el-conj-1
future-2 stem The stem of an additional the future simple tense 1st person singular el-conj-1
past-2 stem The stem of an additional the simple past (aorist) tense 1st person singular el-conj-1

Old[edit]

Variable Type Description Notes
present stem for present tense forms el-conj-1-a/b/c/d/83/92
present2 stem present tense differently stressed for imperative imperfective singular el-conj-1-d
imperf stem 1st person singular of the imperfect tense el-conj-1-a/b/c/d/83/92
imperf-b stem 1st person singular of the alternative imperfect tense el-conj-1-b/83
imperf2 stem 1st person singular of the alternative imperfect tense el-conj-1-b
stem 1st person plural of the imperfect tense el-conj-1-83
imperf2a stem 1st person plural of the alternative imperfect tense (ie alternative stress) el-conj-2A
imperf-b2 stem 1st person plural of the alternative imperfect tense el-conj-1-b/83
future stem future simple tense el-conj-1-a/b/c/d/83/92
future2 stem alternative future simple tense el-conj-1-92
past stem simple past (aorist) tense 1st person singular el-conj-1-a/b/c/d/83/92
past2 stem alternative past tense forms (and the imperative perfective singular) el-conj-1-b/d
past-i stem irregular simple past (aorist) tense 1st person plural el-conj-1-92
impv-Is stem Optional: The stem of an imperative imperfective singular el-conj-1a-a
impv-Is1 form Optional: An alternative imperative imperfective singular el-conj-1-d
impv-Is2 form Optional: A second imperative imperfective singular el-conj-1-b
impv-Ip stem Optional: The stem of an imperative imperfective plural el-conj-1a-a
impv-Ip2 form Optional: A second imperative imperfective plural el-conj-1-b
impv-Ps stem Optional: The stem of an imperative perfective singular el-conj-1a-a
impv-Ps1 form Optional: An alternative imperative perfective singular el-conj-1-92
impv-Ps2 form Optional: A second imperative perfective singular el-conj-1-a/b
impv-Pp stem Optional: The stem of an imperative perfective plural el-conj-1a-a
impv-Pp2 form Optional: A second imperative perfective plural el-conj-1-a/b/c/d/92
impv-a stem for imperative imperfective and alternative perfective singular el-conj-2A
perfect2 form Optional: alternative perfect tense el-conj-1-a/b/c/d/83/92
perfect3 form Optional: 3rd alternative perfect tense el-conj-1-92
JNo No. optional: the Jiordanidou paradigm number el-conj-1-a/b/c/d/83/92

Forms of Greek[edit]

  • Demotic Demotic Greek (Greek: δημοτική [γλώσσα] [?imoti?ci], "[language] of the people") or dimotiki is the modern vernacular form of the Greek language.
  • Katharevousa Καθαρεύουσα: is a form of the Modern Greek language conceived in the early 19th century as a compromise between Ancient Greek and the Demotic Greek of the time.
  • Cappadocian Cappadocian Greek or Asia Minor Greek, is a mixed language formerly spoken in Cappadocia (Central Turkey)
  • - Misthiotika a dialect belongs to the Greek-Cappadocian branch of Hellenic languages and is believed to be based on Byzantine Greek
  • Cretan Cretan Greek, or the Cretan dialect (Greek: κρητική διάλεκτος), is a variety of Modern Greek spoken in Crete and by the Cretan diaspora.
  • Cypriot Cypriot Greek (Greek: κυπριακά) is the variety of Modern Greek that is spoken by the majority of the Cypriot populace and diaspora Greek Cypriots. I
  • Himariote χειμαρριώτικα - a dialect spoken mainly by ethnic Greeks in the Himare region of Albania.
  • Italiot
  • - Greco/Calabrian The Calabrian dialect of Greek, or Greek-Bovesian, is the variety of Italiot Greek used by the ethnic Griko people in Calabria,
  • - Griko/Apulian Griko, sometimes spelled Grico, or Grecanic, is the dialect of Italiot Greek spoken by the Griko people in Salento.
  • Maniot the dialect used in the Mani.
  • Mariupolitan the dialect spoken by the ethnic Greeks living along the northern coast of the Sea of Azov, in southeastern Ukraine. Also known as Rumeika (Rumaiica, from Greek: Ρωμαίικα, "Romaic").
  • Pontic ποντιακά - a Greek language originally spoken in the Pontus area on the southern shores of the Black Sea (NE Anatolia, the Eastern Turkish/Caucasus province of Kars, southern Georgia and today mainly in northern Greece.
  • Tsakonian (τσακώνικα) a highly divergent modern variety of Greek, spoken in the Tsakonian region of the Peloponnese, Greece.
  • Yevanic (Judaeo-Greek, Romaniyot) is a Greek dialect formerly used by the Romaniotes, a group of Greek Jews whose presence in the Levant is documented since the Hellenistic period.

Αριθμοί[edit]

1[edit]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Α΄ Β΄ Γ΄ Δ΄ Ε΄ Ϛ΄, ΣΤ΄ Ζ΄ Η΄ Θ΄ Ι΄ ΙΑ΄ ΙΒ΄ ΙΓ΄ ΙΔ΄ ΙΕ΄ ΙϚ΄, ΙΣΤ΄ ΙΖ΄ ΙΗ΄ ΙΘ΄ Κ΄ ΚΑ΄ ΚΒ΄ Λ΄ Μ΄ Ν΄ Ξ΄ Ο΄ Π΄ Ϟ΄
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1k 2k 3k 4k 5k 6k 7k 8k 9k 10k 11k 20k 100k
Ρ΄ Σ΄ Τ΄ Υ΄ Φ΄ Χ΄ Ψ΄ Ω΄ Ϡ΄ ͵Α ͵Β ͵Γ ͵Δ ͵Ε ͵Ϛ, ͵ΣΤ ͵Ζ ͵Η ͵Θ ͵Ι ͵ΙΑ ͵Κ ͵Ρ
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) ͵

2[edit]

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]

{{el-conj-1}}[edit]
{{el-conj-1-a}}[edit]

Verbs with single syllable deponent (future simple) forms:


{{el-conj-1-83}}[edit]



Individual verbs[edit]


'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

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Some passive verbs[edit]

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ομαι[edit]

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-ώμαι[edit]

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misc[edit]

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