Vocabulary 7

Pronouns
ἑαυτοῦ, -ῆς, -οῦ of him/her/itself, oneselves (εαυτο/η-, 319, lexical form = genitive)
(see the Reflexive Pronoun paradigms)
ἐκεῖνος, -η, -ο sg: that; pl: those (εκεινο/η-, 265)
ἡμεῖς we (864) (see First Person Pronoun paradigm)
καγώ and I (a crasis of καί + ἐγώ) (84) (Indeclinable)
ὅς, ἥ, ὅ who/whom, which (1365) (see the Relative Pronoun paradigm)
ὅσος, -η, -ον as great as, as many as (οσο/η-, 110) (idiomatic)
ὑμεῖς you (plural) (1840) (see Second Person Pronoun paradigm)

Nouns/Adjectives
ἀδελφός, ὁ, -οῦ brother (αδελφο-, 343, Philadelphia)
διδάσκαλος, ὁ, -ou teacher (διδασκαλο-, 59)
ἐκκλησία, ἡ, -ας church, assembly, congregation (εκκλησια-, 114)
μαθητής, ὁ, -ou disciple (μαθητη-, 261)
μόνος, -η, -ον alone, only, lonely (μονο/η-, 114, monotone)
ὀφθαλμός, ὁ, -οῦ eye, sight (οφθαλμο-, 100, Ophthalmology)

Others
ἔξω adv: without; prep (gen): outside (63)
εὐθύς immediately (51)
ἕως conj: until; prep: gen: as far as (146)
ἰδέ See! Behold! (34)
ἰδού See! Behold! (200)
μέν on the one hand, indeed (179) Postpositive
ὅπως how, that, in order that (53)
οὐδέ and not, not even, neither, nor (143)
οὖν therefore, then, accordingly (499) Postpositive
πάλιν again (141)
ὧδε here (61)

 
 

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