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PRESENT PARTICIPLE FORM OF eivmi, 3 1 3
PRESENT ACTIVE PARTICIPLE MASCULINE FORM OF eivmi, 3 1 3
w;n o;ntoj o;nti o;ta Nom. Sg Gen. Sg. Dat. Sg. Accu. Sg. o;ntej o;ntwn ou=si n o;ntaj Nom. Pl. Gen. Pl. Dat. Pl. Accu. Pl.
PRESENT ACTIVE PARTICIPLE FEMININE FORM OF eivmi, 3 1 3
ou=sa ou=shj ou=sh| ou=san Nom. Sg Gen. Sg. Dat. Sg. Accu. Sg. ou=sai ou=swn ou=saij ou=saj Nom. Pl. Gen. Pl. Dat. Pl. Accu. Pl.
PRESENT ACTIVE PARTICIPLE NEUTER FORM OF eivmi, 3 1 3
o;n o;ntoj o;nti o;n Nom. Sg Gen. Sg. Dat. Sg. Accu. Sg. o;nta o;ntwn ou=si n o;nta Nom. Pl. Gen. Pl. Dat. Pl. Accu. Pl.
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