First declension (α-stems): Parsing

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GGD Verb 1 - Present Active Indicative of λύω

Conjugation of λύω in Present Active Indicative. --- Some other verbs that are declined like λύω: ἄγω, ἀκούω, βάλλω, βλέπω, διδάσκω, ἔχω, λαμβάνω, λέγω.

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GGD Verb 2 - Present Active Indicative of φιλέω

Conjugation of φιλέω in Present Active Indicative. φιλέω belongs to a group of verbs called -εω verbs and conjugate like λύω, but the weak -ε at the end of the stem (φιλε-) combine with the vowel of the ending (example φιλε- + ετε = φιλειτε). This combining of vowels is called contraction....

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GGD Verb 3 - εἰμί Present Indicative

Translate present forms of εἰμί.

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GGD Verb 4 - Future Active Indicative

Future Active Indicative of λύω, βλέπω, βαπτίζω and ἀνοίγω.

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GGD Verb 5 - Imperfect Active Indicative

Imperfect Active Indicative of λύω. ..

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GGD Verb 6 - First Aorist Active Indicative

The aorist active indicative is the most common verb form in the New Testament. It is commonly used when a story is told. Some examples of aorist verbs translated to English: he blessed he ate he divided

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