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ἀνίστημι

I stand up, arise

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δίδωμι

I give

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ἵστημι

I stand

First Aorist: ἔστησα, I stood (something) up (transitive)

Second Aorist: ἕστην, I stood up (intransitive)

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παραδίδωμι

I hand over, betray

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τίθημι

I place, put; appoint

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ἱερον, τό

temple

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τόπος, ὁ

place

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τότε

then, at that time (adverb)

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ἐκεῖ

there, in that place

10

Ἠλίας, ὁ

Elijah

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κύων, κυνός, τό

dog

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μέδος, -η, -ον

midst, middle

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οἰκονομία, ἡ

administration

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προσκαλέομαι

I summon

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Recite δίδωμι Present Active Indicative Paradigm

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Recite ἵστημι Present Active Indicative Paradigm

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Recite τίθημι Present Active Indicative Paradigm

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Recite δίδωμι Principal Parts

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Recite ἵστημι Principal Parts

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Recite τίθημι Principal Parts

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How can you identify an MI verb in the present tense?

Look for a reduplication with an iota.

(διδωμι, στημι, τίθημι)

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What is different in the aorist rendition of ἵστημι?

It has both first and second aorist forms.

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What are the characteristics of a normal aorist stem of an MI verb?

  1. On Indicative forms, an augment.
  2. On Aorist Passive forms, the θη/θε formation
  3. Dropping the old reduplication of the present stems

 

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What are some parsing tips of MI verbs?

1. When you see a verb form with δω- or δο- in it, you can usually assume it is from δίδωμι

(δοθείσης - δίδωμι A P Ptc f g sg "which was given")

 

2. When you see a verb stem with θη- or θε-, you can usually assume that it is from τίθημι. 

(θῶ - τίθημι A A S 1 sg. "I put")

 

3. When you see a verb stem with στ-, it is probably from ἵστημι. 

(ἑστάναι - ἵστημι Pf A Inf., "to stand")