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93 When -es- of the stem is preceded by e , the forms are inflected as follows: Singular Nom. Yemistokl°w < Yemistokl¡hw Gen. Yemistokl¡ouw < Yemistokl¡e(s)ow Dat. YemistokleÝ < Yemistokl¡e(s)i Acc. Yemistokl¡a 2 < Yemistokl¡e(s)a After e , ea contracts to a 2 . Voc. Yemistækleiw < Yemistækleew The adjective lhyfiw, lhy¡w also has its stem in -es - and shows contraction. Masc./Fem. Neut. Singular Nom. lhyfiw lhy¡w Gen. lhyoLw < lhy¡s-ow > lhyoLw Dat. lhyeÝ < lhy¡s-i > lhyeÝ Acc. lhy° < lhy¡s-a lhy¡w Voc. lhy¡w lhy¡w Plural Nom./Voc. lhyeÝw < lhy¡s-ew lhy° < lhy¡-a Gen. lhy˙n < lhy¡s-vn > lhy˙n Dat. lhy¡si ( n ) < lhy¡s-si > lhy¡si ( n ) Acc. lhyeÝw lhy°
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94 Paradigm of upsilon-stem Adjectives Like B H , B F" , B < , adjectives with u -stems have masculine and neuter forms of the 3 rd declension, with a separate set of forms for the feminine which inflect like a noun of the first declension ending in -a - . The feminine is made from the stem of the masculine/neuter by adding the suffix - = i a (semivocalic i ) to the e-grade stem, taxe = u- - = i a .
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