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UNDECLINED FORMS:

ADV = ADVerb or adverb and particle combined

CONJ = CONJunction or conjunctive particle

COND = CONDitional particle or conjunction

PRT = PaRTicle, disjunctive particle

PREP = PREPosition

INJ = INterJection

ARAM = ARAMaic transliterated word (indeclinable)

HEB = HEBrew transliterated word (indeclinable)

N-PRI = Indeclinable PRoper Noun

A-NUI = Indeclinable NUmeral (Adjective)

N-LI = Indeclinable Letter (Noun)

N-OI = Indeclinable Noun of Other type

DECLINED FORMS:

All follow the order: prefix-case-number-gender-(suffix)

Prefixes:

N- = Noun

A- = Adjective

R- = Relative pronoun

C- = reCiprocal pronoun

D- = Demonstrative pronoun

T- = definite article

K- = correlative pronoun

I- = Interrogative pronoun

X- = indefinite pronoun

Q- = correlative or interrogative pronoun

F- = reFlexive pronoun (person 1,2,3 added)

S- = poSsessive pronoun (person 1,2,3 added)

P- = Personal pronoun (person 1,2,3 added)

(Note: 1st and 2nd personal pronouns have no gender)

Cases (5-case system only):

-N = Nominative

-V = Vocative

-G = Genitive

-D = Dative

-A = Accusative

Number:

S = Singular

P = Plural

Gender:

M = Masculine

F = Feminine

N = Neuter

Suffixes:

-S = Superlative (used only with adjectives and some adverbs)

-C = Comparative (used only with adjectives and some adverbs)

-ABB = ABBreviated form (used only with various numerals)

-I = Interrogative

-N = Negative (used only with particles as PRT-N)

-C = Contracted form, or two words merged by crasis

-ATT = ATTic Greek form

-P = Particle attached (with relative pronoun)

VERB-Related FORMS:

1) V-tense-voice-mood

2) V-tense-voice-mood-person-number

3) V-tense-voice-mood-case-number-gender

The abbreviations which pertain to each of these categories are the following:

Tense:

P = Present

I = Imperfect

F = Future

2F = Second Future

A = Aorist

2A = Second Aorist

R = peRfect

2R = Second peRfect

L = pLuperfect

2L = Second pLuperfect

X = no tense stated (adverbial imperative)

Voice:

A = Active

M = Middle

P = Passive

E = Either middle or passive

D = middle Deponent

O = passive depOnent

N = middle or passive depoNent

Q = impersonal active

X = no voice stated

Mood:

I = Indicative

S = Subjunctive

O = Optative

M = iMperative

N = iNfinitive

P = Participle

R = impeRative-sense participle

Extra:

-M = Middle significance

-C = Contracted form

-T = Transitive

-A = Aeolic

-ATT = Attic

-AP = Apocopated form

-IRR = Irregular or Impure form

Person:

1 = First person

2 = Second person

3 = Third person

Number:

S = Singular

P = Plural

Gender:

M = Masculine

F = Feminine

N = Neuter

Case:

N = Nominative (5-case system only!)

G = Genitive

D = Dative

A = Accusative

V = Vocative

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