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Template:el-conj-'ζουπώ'

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Inflection template for the conjugation of Greek verbs that follow the pattern of ζουπώ. These are second conjugation verbs in the active voice, with present first person singular endings in both ώ and άω, with two perfective stems, and two past participles. The template takes nine arguments:

  1. the first stem of the first person singular past imperfective
  2. the first stem of the first person plural past imperfective
  3. the stem of the second person singular imperfective imperative
  4. the first stem of the first person singular past perfective
  5. the first stem of the first person plural past perfective
  6. the first stem of the past participle
  7. the second stem of the first person singular past perfective
  8. the second stem of the first person plural past perfective
  9. the second stem of the past participle

For example:

{{el-conj-'ζουπώ'|βαστ|βαστ|βάστ|βάσταξ|βαστάξ|βασταγ|βάστηξ|βαστήξ|βαστηγ}}

will produce the conjugation of βαστώ (hold).