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"Declension Generator" for Greek?

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    Is there any site where you can put in a Greek word and it'll tell you all the declensions for it? I've been searching but can't seem to find one. This site does it for Latin:
    https://www.online-latin-dictionary.com

    For example, here it will list the declensions for verbum (word):
    https://www.online-latin-dictionary....emma=VERBUM100

    However, I've been unable to find a similar thing for Greek; there are online Greek dictionaries, but the ones I've looked at don't offer the kind of declension generators I'm looking for, or at least I didn't see them on the sites. Anyone know of one?

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    At this site with links to many resources, I find this page. I can't actually read Greek, so I can't be sure it's what you want. From the description at the first link, it kind of sounds like it.

    Edit: I missed this one also at the first link.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by NorrinRadd View Post
      At this site with links to many resources, I find this page. I can't actually read Greek, so I can't be sure it's what you want. From the description at the first link, it kind of sounds like it.
      I can't seem to get the first one to work right; I put in a word and then it just nicely tells me that I can only look up one word every 24 hours(?!) but without seeming to actually give me anything on the word I just put in. I'm going to wait and try again to see if I can get it to work somehow. Although even if I can get it to work, the one word per 24 hours seems stifling; you need a subscription to get more.

      Edit: I missed this one also at the first link.
      This one seems like it might, but the way it lists them is a bit unintuitive and it's harder for me to figure out what corresponds to what.

      You'd think something like this would be a lot easier to find.

      Thanks for the help though!

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        Originally posted by Terraceth View Post
        Is there any site where you can put in a Greek word and it'll tell you all the declensions for it? I've been searching but can't seem to find one. This site does it for Latin:
        https://www.online-latin-dictionary.com

        For example, here it will list the declensions for verbum (word):
        https://www.online-latin-dictionary....emma=VERBUM100

        However, I've been unable to find a similar thing for Greek; there are online Greek dictionaries, but the ones I've looked at don't offer the kind of declension generators I'm looking for, or at least I didn't see them on the sites. Anyone know of one?
        FWIW, verbs are conjugated, whereas nouns are declined.

        If you want to learn Latin, I strongly recommend “Kennedy’s Revised Latin Primer“, for a grounding in Classical Latin.
        For a grounding in Classical Greek, I strongly recommend a grammar and reader entitled “Thrasymachus”.
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        Last edited by Rushing Jaws; 08-05-2020, 06:43 PM.

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