[b-greek] Re: Greek declension help (was: adoption)

From: Carl W. Conrad (cwconrad@artsci.wustl.edu)
Date: Mon Jul 03 2000 - 19:30:58 EDT

At 3:10 PM -0700 7/3/00, Sandy wrote:
>Re: Welcome to B-Greek!
>Hi, I'm a homeschooling mom and maybe this isn't the place to ask this
>question. If this is not an appropriate question for this list maybe
>someone could help me find an appropriate forum.
>Thank you all in advance for any and all help.
>Where can I find help with the Greek Declension for nomos (a law), I need to
>know what the Dative, singular spelling would be, actually I would love to
>just see the entire declension for this word. Is there a website that will
>show me the declensions for different words? Would the Dative Singular be

Yes, we generally use the transliteration NOMWi here, with the lower-case
"i" representing the Iota-subscript.

You'll find a group of on-line Greek grammars you can consult, most of
which will show the paradigms for declensions of nouns and adjectives and
conjugation of verbs, at


>I thank you ever so much for any help?

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Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University
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