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Template:el-conj-'μιλώ'

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Life at its noblest leaves mere happiness far behind; and indeed cannot endure it. Happiness is not the object of life: life has no object: it is an end in itself; and courage consists in the readiness to sacrifice happiness for an intenser quality of life.
George Bernard Shaw
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Inflection template for the conjugation of Greek verbs that follow the pattern of μιλώ. These are second conjugation verbs in the active voice, with present first person singular endings in both ώ and άω, but with present second person singular endings in both άς and είς, with one perfective stem and one past participle. The template takes six arguments:

  1. the stem of the first person singular past imperfective
  2. the stem of the first person plural past imperfective
  3. the stem of the second person singular imperfective 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-'μιλώ'|κρατ|κρατ|κράτ|κράτησ|κρατήσ|κρατη}}

will produce the conjugation of κρατώ (keep, hold).