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Ancient GreekEdit

first person pronoun (edit)
case singular dual plural
str. encl. str. str.
nominative ἐγώ νώ, νῶϊ ἡμεῖς
genitive ἐμοῦ μου νῷν ἡμῶν
dative ἐμοί μοι νῷν ἡμῖν
accusative ἐμέ με νώ, νῶϊ ἡμᾶς
adjective ἐμός ἡμέτερος

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PronunciationEdit

 

PronounEdit

με (me)

  1. enclitic accusative of ἐγώ (egṓ)

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Alternative formsEdit

  • (contraction): μ' (m')

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From a metanalysis of the Byzantine Greek phrase μεταῦτα (itself from μεταταῦτα by haplology, from μετά (metá) + ταῦτα (taûta)), from Ancient Greek μετά (metá, with).

PrepositionEdit

με (me) (+ accusative)

  1. with
    μίλησε με την Ελένηmílise me tin Elénihe talked with Eleni
  2. by
    πουλάει με το κιλόpouláei me to kilóshe sells by the kilo
  3. by, on
    με το αυτοκίνητοme to aftokínitoby car
    με τα πόδιαme ta pódiaon foot

Etymology 2Edit

From Ancient Greek με (me, me).

PronounEdit

με (me) (weak personal)

  1. me  (1st person singular, accusative)
    Με μισεί … μ' αγαπά!Me miseí … m' agapá!She hates me … she loves me!
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