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Template:el-conj-'δένομαι'

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Inflection template for the conjugation of Greek verbs in the passive voice that follow the pattern of δένομαι. These are first conjugation verbs with one perfective stem and one past participle. The template takes six arguments:

  1. the stem of the first person singular present
  2. the stem of the first person plural present
  3. entire second person singular perfective imperative
  4. the stem of the first person singular past perfective
  5. the stem of the first person plural past perfective
  6. the stem of the past participle

For example:

{{el-conj-'δένομαι'|κρύβ|κρυβ|κρύψου|κρύφτ|κρυφτ|κρυμ}}

will produce the conjugation of κρύβομαι, the passive form of κρύβω (hide).


Another example, where the verb has no second person singular perfective imperative:

{{el-conj-'δένομαι'|λιπαίν|λιπαιν||λιπάνθ|λιπανθ|λιπασ}}

will produce the conjugation of λιπαίνομαι, the passive form of λιπαίνω (lubricate).