First declension feminine:
sg nominative τιμ-ή
Second declension feminine
λόγος= word (also reason, story)
sg nominative λόγος
- As with verbs, it is important to distinguish the stem – which stays the same- from the ending (which changes). Hyphens are used initially.
- Declension refers to the group a noun belongs to and the way its endings change.
- The nominative case is used for the subject of the verb while the accusative case for the object.
- The -ν- is the characteristic ending for the accusative singular.
Common nouns like τιμή
Common nouns like λόγος
στρατηγός (στρατός+ἂγω) general, commander
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