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The stems of sa,rx and ma,stix end in palatal mutes (217, 2). 2. The nominative sing. is formed by adding j to the stem. For the changes that occur with j and a palatal mute, see 218. 3. The accent of sa,rx is according to the rule stated in 226. 261. A few substantives with stems in a labial mute (p or b) occur in the New Testament. (The nom. is formed by adding j to the stem and then ends in -y, see 218). EXAMPLES: li,y, libo,j, o`, the S. W. wind sko,loy, -opoj, o`, a stake, a thorn 262. The declension of aivw,n, h`gemw,n, and poimh,n: Stem aivwn- Stem h`gemon- Stem poimenSingular Nom aivw,n h`gemw,n poimh,n Gen.
3. te,knon to. n o`do,n. 4. evn tai/j evsca,taij h`me,raij profh/tai hvkou,onto. 5. j lo,goj evkhru,sseto evn o[lw| twv| ko,smw|. II. 1. The evil prophet was not1 proclaiming the good promises. 2. On the last day the disciple was speaking in the synagogue. 3. The whole house was receiving the word of God. 4. In the first hour of the day they were glorifying the Lord. Footnotes 1 See 130. Page 59 Lesson XVIII Adjectives of the First and Second Declension (Continued) 123. Vocabulary aivw,nioj eternal di,kaioj righteous e[teroj another i;dioj one's own mo,noj only, alone mikro,j small, little ponhro,j evil 124.
In all other systems these verbs, if regular, are conjugated like the corresponding tenses of lu,w. 215. The future of avgapa,w is avgaph,sw; lale,w is lalh,sw; fanero,w is fanerw,sw. From these forms it is evident that verbs whose stems end in a short vowel (a, e, o) generally lengthen that vowel before -so/e 1 of the future, and then are conjugated like lu,sw (see 208). a is lengthened to h (but a after e, i, or r is lengthened to a not h) e is lengthened to h o is lengthened to w Thus: -a + so/e = -hso/e -e + so/e = -hso/e -o + so/e = -wso/e 216.
Beginner's Grammar of the Greek New Testament by William Hersey Davis