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Discovering Ancient Greek and Latin
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10.6 Declensions summary

We are now in a position to summarise the case endings for τιμή (timē) and λόγος (logos). Table 24 below includes plural endings as well as singular.

Table 24 First and second declension nouns, singular and plural
Case1st declension, τιμή2nd declension, λόγος
nominativeτιμή (timē)λόγος (logos)
accusativeτιμήν (timēn)λόγον (logon)
genitiveτιμῆς (timēs)λόγου (logou)
dativeτιμ (timēi)λόγ (logōi)
nominativeτιμαί (timai)λόγοι (logoi)
accusativeτιμάς (timas)λόγους (logous)
genitiveτιμῶν (timōn)λόγων(logōn)
dativeτιμαῖς (timais)λόγοις (logois)

Greek also has a ‘vocative’ case, used for direct address, e.g. ὦ θέα (ō thea), ‘O goddess!’, ὦ Σώκρατες (ō Sōkratēs), ‘O Socrates!’.