c

c\

60 (cardinal number)

§117

c

for ks

§3

o

o\

70 (cardinal number)

§117

o

‘great’

§103, 106

on

‘again’, ‘still’

§281, 291

oun-te-, oun-tw=

Possession

§234

oute-, outw=

‘between’

§266

ouw4

‘To wish’, used in Durative Tenses

§329n

p

p\

80 (cardinal number)

§117

pa-, ta-, na-

Possessive Article

§51

pai+, pei+

Demonstrative Pronoun

§52

pai+  en-3-

for pai  eten-3-

§361.1

pai+  et-

Descriptive Relative

§366

pararo=

‘against’, Prepositional form of Greek para

§280

pa4e

‘half’

§127

pa6ou

‘behind’

§281

pe

Particle indicating logical subject in Non-Verbal Sentence

§306

with the Imperfect

§195

with Future Imperfect

§214n

after 6aps

§53

pet

for pe et-

§367

pe`e-, pe`a=

‘says’

§181

ph

Demonstrative Pronoun

§53

pi-

Old form of the Article

§52, 80

poou

for p6oou

§133

poua  poua

‘each one’

§126n

pw=

Possessive Pronoun

§48

r

r\

100 (cardinal number)

§117

 r 

900 (cardinal number)

§117

r

for n

§10

ra- ( re-)

‘part’

§127

rw=

‘mouth’

§38

rm--

Noun Prefix

§60

rompe (rm-pe-)

‘year’

§131

remht

‘to’

§127

rn-t=

‘name’

§38

r-ro

‘king’

§95

rat=

‘foot’

§38

re3-

Noun Prefix

§63

s

s\

200 (cardinal number)

§117

s-

Causative Prefix

§171

-s

‘her’

§35

as neuter

§41

forming feminine nouns

§58

sa-

Noun Prefix

§60

se

‘yes!’

§348

-se, -sou

‘them’

§35, 44

sw-

‘back’

§38

sobte

‘To prepare’

§168n

snau

‘two’

§125

s(e)p-

‘year’

§131

sop

‘occassion, time’

§93n, 281

s5-

Noun Prefix

§61

sou-

‘day’ (in dating)

§133

sount

‘price’

§38

t/5

t\

300 (cardinal number)

§117

t

for d

§2

t-

Causative Prefix

§173

 (t-)

Omission of Causative Prefix

§176

-t

‘me, my’

§35, 39

t(e)-

Definite Article

§54, 80ff

ta-, te-

Possessive Adjective

§50

ta-

Possessive Article

§51

for n-ta- (conjunctive)

§225

te

Particle indicating logical subject in Non-Verbal Sentence

§306

-te

‘thee’ (fem)

§40

th

Demonstrative Pronoun

§53

5

letter

§5g

old form of the article

§52, 80

‘To give’ in compound verbs with active meaning

§177

tw=

Possessive Pronoun

§48

tai+, tei+

Demonstrative Pronoun

§52

tai+

‘here’

§281

tai te  qe

equivalent of Conjunction ‘so thus’

§307n

tm-

Negative Particle

§399

-tn-tn-

‘you, your’

§35, 42

twn

‘where’

§281

 twn

‘where?’

§345

tn-`

for tn-na

§209.2

tnau

‘when?’

§345

te nou

‘now’ (for teounou)

§281

tre-

Causative Infinitive

§243, 254

tare-

Verbal Prefix of IV Future

§219

tera-

for tena

§209.2

tet-

for te  et-

§367

toot=

‘hand’

§38

tetn-a

for tetn-na

§209.2

touw=

‘breast’

§38

-thutn-

‘you, yours’

§35, 42

u

u\

400 (cardinal number)

§117

u

semi-consonant

§4

f

f\

500 (cardinal number)

§117

f

for p6

§3

x

x\

600 (cardinal number)

§117

x

for k6

§3

y

y\

700 (cardinal number)

§117

y

for ps

§3

w

w\

800 (cardinal number)

§117

w

changes to ou

§14

4

4

letter

§5a

4

for s`

§172

4--, (e4-)

Potential Infinitive

§253

4a-, 4aro-

‘towards’

§267

4a-, 4are=

Verbal Prefix I Habitude

§204

4o

1000

§120

4ant=

‘nose’

§38

4ante-

Verbal Prefix of unfulfilled action

§223

4orp(e), 4r-p-

‘first’

§129n

4atnau

‘until when?’

§345n

4ou-

‘worthy of’

§60, 249

4-4e, (e44e-)

‘it is befitting’

§184n

4-2om

‘be strong, able’

§223

3

3\

90 (cardinal number)

§117

3

letter

§5b

-3

‘him, his’

§35

forming masc nouns

§58

6

6

letter

§5d

6a-, 6aro=

‘under’

§269
(compounds §276)

6i-, 6iw(w)=

‘upon’

§268
(compounds §277)

6w

‘To suffice’

§237

6w(w)=

Pronoun of emphasis or contrast

§47

6wb

‘work’

§61

6a(e)io

Interjection of entreaty

§296

6am-

Noun prefix

§60

6amoi+

‘Would that!’

§296

6n--, n-.6ht

‘in’

§271, 246-7,
 
258, 392

6n--

for 6en-, Indefinite Article ‘some’

§85

6oun

‘within’

§281

6na=

‘volition, desire’

§38

(e)6ne-, (e)6na=

‘To be willing’

§181n

6aps

‘it is necessary’

§237

6ra=

‘face, voice, sound’

§38

6rai+

‘upward’ or ‘downward’

§281

6th=

‘forepart, belly, heart’

§38, 271, 283

‘edge, tip’

§38

6ote

‘hour’

§134

6otan

‘when’ in Temporal Clause

§393

6oou

‘day’

§133

6oueit(e)

‘first’

§129n

6ww3

‘on the other hand’

§293

`

`

letter; alternates with 2

§5e

= t4

§175

for `e before sonant consonant

§337n

`e

Conjunction

§294-5

Introduces Direct and Indirect Speech

§339

Explicative ‘namely’

§96n

`i

‘To receive’ in Compound Verbs with Passive meaning

§177, 259n

`w=

‘head’

§38

`eka(a)s

‘in order to’

§370

`(e)n

‘or’

§292, 347a

`n--m-mon

‘or not’

§347b

`in

‘from, since’

§279

`in + Circumstantial

‘while’

§391

`inta-

Past Temporal ‘since’

§388

`(e)p

‘hour’

§134

`pi- (`pe-)

Verb prefix ‘must’

§210

`oo.s

‘To say it’

§41

`i5

‘To buy and sell’

§177n

2

2

letter

§5f

-2e

‘then, therefore’

§293

2m-2om

‘To be powerful’

§253

2in-

Noun Prefix

§63c

2eph

‘quickly’

§281

2os, 2is-

‘half’

§127

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