Daily Archives: 2008-05-28

Greek Nouns Defined

Greek nouns have 3 distinguishable features, namely number, case, and gender. 1. Number Number is defined as either singular or plural (plus a rarely used dual). 2. Case Case indicates grammatical relationships of nouns within a phrase or sentence. Where … Continue reading

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This is a little dated, but I’ve had it on my cube wall for some time, and thought it worth sharing: ACHTUNG! Alles Touristen and Non-technischen Looken Peepers Das Machine control is nicht für Gerfingerpoken und Mittengrabben. Oderwise is easy … Continue reading

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WOTD, ἀνήρ

The word of the day is… ἀνήρ, ἀνδρός, ὁ Classical Greek, anēr, andros, ho, 1. a man. While ἄνθρωπος refers to men as compared to gods or animals, ἀνήρ refers to men as compared to women, and evoked “traditionally masculine … Continue reading

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