H. W. Smyth

Greek Grammar (First Edition)

Contents

 

CONTENTS


Note Concerning This Presentation Readme

Title Page

Author's Preface

Page

The Greek Language and its Dialects

1

Advanced Works on Grammar and Dialects  

5

Abbreviations

6

part i:  letters, sounds, syllables, accent

The Alphabet

7

Vowels and Diphthongs

8

Breathings

9

Consonants and Their Divisions

10

Pronunciation

12

Vowel Change

14

Euphony of Vowels

18

Hiatus

18

Contraction

19

Synizesis

21

Crasis

22

Elision

23

Aphaeresis

24

Euphony of Consonants

24-33

Final Consonants

33

Moveable Consonants

34

Syllables and Their Quantity

34-36

Accent:  General Principles

37

Accent as affected by Contraction, Crasis, Elision

40

Change of Accent in Declension, Inflection, and Composition

41

Proclitics and Enclitics

41, 42

Marks of Punctuation

43

part II: Inflection

Parts of Speech, Stems, Roots

44

Declension:

Number, Gender, Cases

45, 46

Rules for Accent of Nouns, Case Endings of Nouns

47, 48

Declension of Substantives

48-72

First Declension (Stems in ᾱ)

48-52

Second Declension (Stems in ο

53-56

Third Declension (Consonant Stems)

56-71

Formation of Cases and Stems, Gender

58-60

Labial Stems

60

Dental Stems

61

Liquid Stems

62

Stems in Sigma

64

Stems in ος, ω(Ϝ)

66

Stems in ι  and υ

67

Stems in ευ, αυ, ου

69

Stems in οι

70

Cases in -φι(ν)

71

Irregular Declension

71

Declension of Adjectives

73-86

First and Second Declensions

73

Third Declension

77

Consonant and Vowel Declension Combined

79

Irregular Declension

85

Comparison of Adjectives

86

Declension of Pronouns

90-98

Personal Pronouns

90

Intensive Pronoun αὐτός

92

Reflexive Pronouns, Possessive Pronouns

93

Reciprocal Pronoun, Definite Article, Demonstrative Pronouns

94

Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns

95

ἄλλος, δεῖνα, etc., Relative Pronouns

96

Correlative Pronouns

98

Adverbs:  Origin, Comparison, Correlative Adverbs

99-102

Numerals

102-106

Verbs

106-224

Voices, Moods, Verbal Nouns, Tenses

107

Number, Person, Tense-stems

108

Principal Parts, Verb-stems

109

ΩInflection, MI Inflection, Thematic Vowel

110

Paradigms

112-142

Vowel Verbs:  Synopsis and Conjugation of λύω

112

Vowel Verbs Contracted:  τιμάω, ποιέω, δηλόω, etc.

120

Consonant Verbs

128

μι-Verbs:  τίθημι, ἵστημι, δίδωμι, δείκνῡμι

134

Accent of Verbs

143

Augment

145

Reduplication

147

Tense-suffixes, Thematic Vowel

150

Mood-suffixes

151

Personal Endings

152

Formation of Tense-systems

157-182

Changes in the Verb-stem

157

Present and Imperfect

163-170

First Class (Simple Class)

163

Second Class (Tau Class)

164

Third Class (Iota Class)

165

Fourth Class (Nu Class)

167

Fifth Class (σκ Class)

168

Sixth Class (Mixed Class)

169

Future, Active and Middle 

170

First Aorist, Active and Middle

172

Second Aorist, Active and Middle

174

First Perfect and Pluperfect, Active

176

Second Perfect and Pluperfect, Active

177

First Passive (First Aorist and First Future)

180

Second Passive (Second Aorist and Second Future)

181

Periphrastic Forms

182

First Conjugation or Verbs in Ω

183-202

Vowel Verbs

184

Liquid Verbs, Stop Verbs

185, 186

Inflection of  Ω-Verbs

188-202

Present and Imperfect, Active and Middle

188

Contract Verbs

190

Future Active and Middle, Future Perfect

193

Future Passive

194

First Aorist, Active and Middle.

194

First and Second Aorist Passive

195

Second Aorist, Active and Middle

196

First and Second Perfect and Pluperfect, Active

198

Perfect and Pluperfect, Middle

201

Second Conjugation or Verbs in MI

202-218

Present System:  First or Simple Class

203

Fourth Class

204

Inflection of MI-Verbs

205-210

Present and Imperfect

206

Futures, First Aorist, Second Aorist

208

First and Second Perfect and Pluperfect, Active, Perfect Middle

210

Irregular MI-Verbs

210-218

εἰμί, εἶμι, ἵημι, φημί

210-215

ἧμαι, κάθημαι, κεῖμαι

216

ἠμι, χρή, οἶδα

217

Peculiarities in the Use of Voice-forms

218-222

Future Middle with Active Meaning

219

Middle Deponents, Passive Deponents

220

Deponents with Passive Meaning

221

Active Verbs with Aorist Passive in a Middle Sense

222

Mixture of Transitive and Intransitive Senses

222

PART III:  FORMATION OF WORDS