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Ancient GreekEdit

second person pronoun (edit)
case singular dual plural
str. encl. str. str.
nominative σύ σφώ, σφῶϊ ῡ̔μεῖς
genitive σοῦ σου σφῷν ῡ̔μῶν
dative σοί σοι σφῷν ῡ̔μῖν
accusative σέ σε σφώ, σφῶϊ ῡ̔μᾶς
adjective σός ῡ̔μέτερος

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PronunciationEdit

 

PronounEdit

σε (se)

  1. accusative singular of σύ ()

ReferencesEdit

  • Woodhouse, S. C. (1910) English–Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language[1], London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Limited.
    • tear idem, page 859.

GreekEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Ancient Greek σέ (, you, pronoun).

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PronounEdit

σε (se) (weak personal)

  1. you (2nd person singular, accusative)
    Πώς σε λένε;Pós se léne?What is your name? (literally, “What do they call you?”)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Ancient Greek εἰς (eis).

Alternative formsEdit

  • σ' (s') (before a vowel)

PronunciationEdit

PrepositionEdit

σε (se)

  1. to, at, by, in, on, unto, upon
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