Parsing of ἐκδεδωκότα

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Mike Baber
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Parsing of ἐκδεδωκότα

Post by Mike Baber » July 17th, 2011, 8:11 pm

Could someone parse this verb for me? I don't have my cheat sheet and I desperately need to know it's mood, tense, and so forth. I tried to plug it into Perseus but no-go (although I could get the root form ἐκδίδωμι).

Thanks!
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Barry Hofstetter
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Re: Parsing of ἐκδεδωκότα

Post by Barry Hofstetter » July 17th, 2011, 9:58 pm

Mike Baber wrote:Could someone parse this verb for me? I don't have my cheat sheet and I desperately need to know it's mood, tense, and so forth. I tried to plug it into Perseus but no-go (although I could get the root form ἐκδίδωμι).

Thanks!
Listen, if you're that desperate, you can send me a little fee through paypal... :lol:

Looks to me like a perfect, active participle, accusative masculine singular or neuter nom/acc plural (depending, of course, on context).

This, ὦ φιίλε, is why you learn your paradigms and lose the cheat sheet.
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