Day: May 29, 2009

Analogy in third declension -ης nominals

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Posted in categories: Ancient Greek, Linguistics, Modern Greek
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If you’re blogging about language, and want a readership broader than two linguists to follow you, lexicon is easy to blog about: people get words. Grammar is harder to blog about: people get grammar only when they’ve been told they’re doing something wrong. And the operation of analogy on the declension of Ancient Greek—well, that’s […]