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

Ancient Greek Edit

Alternative forms Edit

Etymology Edit

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

Pronunciation Edit


Conjunction Edit

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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Descendants Edit

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

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