ὅτι

See also: τι; ότι; ό,τι; ôti; oți; and 'oti

Ancient GreekEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Originally the neuter accusative form of the indefinite relative pronoun ὅστις (hóstis, whomever)

PronunciationEdit

 

ConjunctionEdit

ὅτι (hóti)

  1. subordinating conjunction
    1. after verbs of perception and emotion, introducing a noun clause expressing a fact: that (with the same mood as the corresponding independent clause)
    2. after verbs of perception, emotion, saying, or hearing, introducing an indirect statement: that (with indicative or optative)
    3. introducing a causal clause expressing a reason: because, seeing that
  2. (with a superlative) as much as possible

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DescendantsEdit

  • Greek: ότι (óti)
  • Pontic Greek: ότι (óti)

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