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Noun: First Declension: he arche, -es (h arch, -hV) Lesson 8 (p. 39)

o qeoV, -ou (The God) // h arch, -hV (The beginning)

 

2nd - Masc.

2nd - Neuter

1st - Fem.

Case

Singular

Plural

Singular

Plural

Singular

Plural

Nominative :

Vocative:

Accusative:

N: + oV

V: + e

A: + on

N: + oi

V: + oi

A: + ouV

N: + on

V: + on

A: + on

N: + a

V: + a

A: + a

N: + h

V: + h

A: + hn

N: + ai

V: + ai

A: + aV

Genitive:

Dative:

G: + ou

D: + w(i)

G: + wn

D: + oiV

G: + ou

D: + w(i)

G: + wn

D: + oiV

G: + hV

D: + h(i)

G: + wn

D: + aiV

 

Singular

Plural

1st person

lu + w

lu + omen [fil + oumen ] e +o->ou

2nd person

lu + eiV

lu + ete [fil + eite ] e +e->ei

3rd person

lu + ei

lu + ousi(n) e + long/diphthong

Please do Exercise 8 (p. 40) at home, the answer will be posted on the webpage.

Agape [agaph] Agape : love, actually love feast.

[arch] beginning, [archaic = old]

ge- [gh] earth, land. [geo-graphy 地理學, geo-logy 地質學]

[grafh] graphe = writing, Scripture. [grafw, I write]

[arch] beginning, [archaic = old]

[didach] teaching [c.f. didaskaloV ,teacher] Didache 十二使徒遺訓.

[didaskw] teach, 13, p.203.

[dikaiosunh] righteousness [dikaioV ,just, righteous 12, p.202].

[eirhnh] peace [eirene Irene; eirenical]

[epistolh] letter, epistle [epistole]

[zwh] life [zoe zoo+logy : study of living animals; zoo, where the animals are kept.]

[fwnh] sound, voice [phone, tele+phone: voice at a distance; phonetic, the study of sound / voice = pronunciation.]

[yuch] soul, life [psyhe, psycho+logy] psyche:

  1. The spirit or soul.
  2. Psychiatry (study of the mind /soul). The mind functioning as the center of thought, emotion, and behavior and consciously or unconsciously adjusting or mediating the body's responses to the social and physical environment.

pneumonia ( P ) Pronunciation Key (n-mny, ny-)n.

An acute or chronic disease marked by inflammation of the lungs and caused by viruses, bacteria, or other microorganisms and sometimes by physical and chemical irritants. [New Latin, from Greek pneumoni, lung disease, alteration (influenced by pneuma, breath), of pleumoni from pleumn, lung. See pleu- in Indo-European Roots.]

epidemic ( P ) also epidemica adj. Spreading rapidly and extensively by infection and affecting many individuals in an area or a population at the same time: an epidemic outbreak of influenza. [French epidmique, from pidmie, an epidemic, from Old French espydymie, from Medieval Latin epidmia, from Greek epidemi, prevalence of an epidemic disease, from epidmos, prevalent : epi-, epi- + demos, people; see da- in Indo-European Roots.]

pandemic ( P ) adj. Widespread; general. Medicine. Epidemic over a wide geographic area and affecting a large proportion of the population: pandemic influenza. [From Late Latin pandmus, from Greek pandmos, of all the people : pan-, pan- + demos, people; see d- in Indo-European Roots.]