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Appendix:Ancient Greek second declension

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Description

Greek nouns of the second declension are masculines and feminines in -ος (-os), and neuters in -ον (-on).

Examples

Note: These examples are forms from the Attic dialect.

singular dual plural singular dual plural
nominative λύκ·ος
lyc·os
λύκ·ω
lyc·ō
λύκ·οι
lyc·oe
ζυγ·όν
zyg·on
ζυγ·ώ
zyg·ō
ζυγ·ά
zyg·a
vocative λύκ·ε
lyc·e
accusative λύκ·ον
lyc·on
λύκ·ους
lyc·ūs
genitive λύκ·ου
lyc·ū
λύκ·οιν
lyc·oen
λύκ·ῶν
lyc·ōn
ζυγ·οῦ
zyg·ū
ζυγ·οῖν
zyg·oen
ζυγ·ῶν
zyg·ōn
dative λύκ·ῳ
lyc·ō(i)
λύκ·οις
lyc·oes
ζυγ·ῷ
zyg·ō(i)
ζυγ·οῖς
zyg·oes