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25.177 Masculine Nouns in -ευς, εως

Another very common third declension noun type consists of nouns that have a nominative ending in -ευς and a genitive ending in -εως. Make sure you study the paradigm that Croy has presented in section 177.

In this week's vocabulary, this applies to the words ἀρχιερεύς, βασιλεύς, γραμματεύς, and ἱερεύς (all of these are masculine nouns - and note also that they have a distinct vocative singular form).

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