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Nouns of the First Declension (plus the Definite Article & one-case Prepositions) Chapter 5

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  1. Nouns of the First Declension (plus the Definite Article& one-case Prepositions)Chapter 5

  2. There are 3 declensions for Greek nouns. Each group contains nouns with the same pattern of endings. Stems end witho. They are mostly masculine & neuter. 2nd Declension Stems end witha or h. They are primarily feminine. 1st Declension Stems end with a consonant. 3rd Declension

  3. Masculine 2nd Declension ku,rioj Voc Sng a lord ku,riou Gen Sng of a lord ku,rie Dat Sng ku,riw| to a lord Lord! ku,rion Acc Sng a lord Nom Sng Nom Pl ku,rioi lords ku,riwn Gen Pl Voc Sng of lords Dat Pl ku,rioij ku,rioi to lords ku,riouj Acc Pl lords Lords!

  4. Neuter 2nd Declension dw/ron Voc Sng a gift dw,rou Gen Sng of a gift dw/ron Dat Sng dw,rw| to a gift a gift dw/ron Acc Sng a gift Nom Sng Nom Pl dw/ra gifts dw,rwn Gen Pl Voc Pl of gifts Dat Pl dw,roij dw/ra to gifts dw/ra Acc Pl gifts gifts

  5. A few things to remember about 1st Declension nouns: 1st Declension • There are 5 paradigms in this declension, 3 for feminine nouns and 2 for masculine. • All plural 1st Declension nouns have the same ending. • There are no neuter 1st Declension nouns.

  6. 1st Declension Feminine Masculine The 1st Declension Vocative is rarely found in the New Testament.

  7. 1st Declension Feminine Nouns Cf. p. 32-33 Root ends in e, i, r Root ends in all else hJmevra fwnhv Root ends in z, s, x, y (sibilant) dovxa

  8. 1st Declension Masculine Nouns Root ends in t Root ends in e, i, r maqhthvV neanivaV