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The morphology of biblical Greek

Author: William D Mounce
Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI : Zondervan Pub. House, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Morphology of Biblical Greek explains, in a way second-year Greek students can understand, how Greek words are formed. It shows that Greek word formation follows a limited set of rules. Once these rules are understood, it becomes clear that forms which once seemed to be irregular or an exception actually follow these morphological rules. The Morphology of Biblical Greek has five parts : 1. The rules that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mounce, William D.
Morphology of biblical Greek.
Grand Rapids, MI : Zondervan Pub. House, ©1994
(OCoLC)856266034
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William D Mounce
ISBN: 0310410401 9780310410409
OCLC Number: 28799679
Language Note: English and Greek.
Notes: "A companion to Basics of biblical Greek, and The analytical lexicon to the Greek New Testament."
Includes index.
Description: xxii, 362 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: I. Phonology --
1. Vocalic change --
Introduction to vocalic change --
Vowel contractions --
Quantitative vowel gradation --
Qualitative vowel gradation (Ablaut) --
Vocalic consonants --
Avoidance of successive vowels --
Various vocalic changes --
2. Consonantal change --
Introduction to consonantal change --
Classification of consonants --
"Square of stops" --
Assimilation / dissimilation --
Aspiration --
Deaspiration --
Gemination / reduction --
Metathesis --
Epenthesis --
Dropping of final consonants --
Stop + denial --
Stop + m --
Stop + o --
m --
v --
o --
Consonantal iota --
Digamma --
3. Accents --
Rules --
Accents and parsing --
II. Verbal formation --
1. Introduction --
Master verb chart --
2. Augmentation and vocalic reduplication --
Introduction --
Syllabic augment --
Temporal augment --
Initial diphthong --
Initial o and f --
Compound verbs --
Lack of augment --
Double augment --
Irregularities --
3. Consonantal reduplication --
Introduction --
Single consonant --
Consonant cluster (perfect) --
Consonant cluster (present) --
Compound verbs --
Attic reduplication --
Initial o and f --
exceptions --
4. Formation of the tense stem --
5. Tense and mood formatives --
Introduction --
Final stem consonant --
Final stem vowel --
Tense formatives --
Mood formatives --
6. Thematic and athematic conjugations --
Introduction --
Thematic --
Athematic --
7. Personal endings --
Primary --
Secondary --
Indicative --
Subjunctive --
Optative --
Imperative --
Movable v. III. Indicative tenses --
1. Introduction to verbs --
Sample paradigm --
Normal changes --
Contract verbs --
Athematic verbs --
2. Present --
Thematic stems --
Contract stems --
Athematic stems --
3. Imperfect --
Thematic stems --
Contract stems --
Athematic stems --
4. Future --
Thematic stems --
Contract stems --
Liquid stems --
Athematic stems --
Stems ending in a stop --
Words ending in --
Attic future --
Miscellaneous --
5. Aorist (active/middle) --
First aorist --
Second aorist --
Stems ending in a stop --
Words ending in --
Miscellaneous --
6. Perfect (active) --
First perfect --
Second perfect --
Insertion of an n --
Dropping the final stem v --
Miscellaneous --
Pluperfect active --
Future perfect active --
7. Perfect (middle/passive) --
Thematic stems --
Contract stems --
Athematic stems --
Stems ending in a stop --
Insertion of a o --
Insertion of an n --
Pluperfect (middle/passive) --
Future perfect (middle/passive) --
8. Aorist passive --
First aorist passive --
Second aorist passive --
First future passive --
Second future passive --
Stems ending in a stop --
Insertion of an o --
Insertion of an n --
Second aorist/future passives --
IV. Non-indicative "moods" --
1. Subjunctive --
Present --
Aorist (active/middle) --
Perfect --
Aorist (passive) --
2. Optative --
Present --
Future (active/middle) --
Aorist (active/middle) --
Perfect --
Aorist (passive) --
All optatives in the New Testament --
3. Imperative --
Present --
Aorist (active/middle) --
Perfect --
Aorist (passive) --
4. Infinitive --
Present --
Future (active/middle) --
Aorist (active/middle) --
Perfect --
Aorist (passive) --
5. Participle --
Present --
Future (active/middle) --
Aorist (active/middle) --
Perfect --
Aorist (passive) --
Special verbs. V. Noun paradigms --
1. Introduction to nouns --
2. First declension nouns --
3, Second declension nouns --
4. Third declension nouns --
VI. Adjective paradigms --
Introduction --
1. Adjectives using three endings (2-1-2- ) --
2. Adjectives using three endings (3-1-3) --
3. Adjectives using two endings (2-2) --
4. Adjectives using two endings (3-3) --
5. Irregular and indeclinable stems --
6. Other paradigms --
VII. Principal parts --
1. Present tense stem = verbal root --
2. Present tense stem = verbal root +1 --
3. Present tense stem = verbal root + v --
4. Present tense stem = verbal root + t --
5. Present tense stems = verbal root + iok --
6. Athematic (mt) verbs --
7. Verbal roots that change their stem vowel --
8. Verbs using more than one verbal root.
Responsibility: William D. Mounce.

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Shows second-year students that Greek is very regular in the way it forms words -- if you know the rules.  Read more...

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