GlennDean wrote:I had always thought that when a Greek word had multiple forms (for example present active indicative.2p and present active imperative.2p) it could only have two forms, one in the indicative and one in the non-indicative. But then I came across this word which seems to have three forms: the word is agapate (how do I make this so it shows in Greek?):
present active indicative.2p agapa + e + te (ae contracts to a)
present active subjuntive.2p agapa + h + te (ah contracts to a)
present active imperative.2p agapa + e + te (ae contracts to a)
GlennDean wrote:How do I display Greek letters in my posts?
GlennDean wrote:Thanxs Stephen for the info - that answer a secondary question (which was could a word have two different parsings for say the subjunctive (or two for the imperative or ....)
Thanxs Louis - Perseus is great!
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