The Greek Relative Pronoun

This post describes the Greek relative pronoun (“who, to whom, for whom, whose…”).

Masculine Feminine Neuter
Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Nominative (nom.) ὅς οἵ αἵ
Genitive (gen.) οὗ ὧν ἧς ὧν οὗ ὧν
Dative (dat.) οἷς αἷς οἷς
Accusative (acc.) ὅν
οὕς ἥν ἅς 1
  1. The α of ἅς is long, just as the first declension plural accusative noun ending.
  2. The Greek article has no vocative case.
  3. The Greek article must agree with the noun it is associated with in gender and number. Case is determined by its role in the relative clause.
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