Ancient Greek-English Dictionary Language


α-contract Verb; Transliteration:

Principal Part: Ἀθηνιάω

Structure: Ἀθηνιά (Stem) + ω (Ending)

Etym.: A)qh=nai


  1. to long to be at Athens


Present tense

1st person2nd person3rd person
IndicativeSingular Ἀθηνίω Ἀθηνίᾳς Ἀθηνίᾳ
Dual Ἀθηνίᾱτον Ἀθηνίᾱτον
Plural Ἀθηνίωμεν Ἀθηνίᾱτε Ἀθηνίωσιν*
SubjunctiveSingular Ἀθηνίω Ἀθηνίῃς Ἀθηνίῃ
Dual Ἀθηνίητον Ἀθηνίητον
Plural Ἀθηνίωμεν Ἀθηνίητε Ἀθηνίωσιν*
OptativeSingular Ἀθηνίῳμι Ἀθηνίῳς Ἀθηνίῳ
Dual Ἀθηνίῳτον Ἀθηνιῷτην
Plural Ἀθηνίῳμεν Ἀθηνίῳτε Ἀθηνίῳεν
ImperativeSingular Ἀθηνῖᾱ Ἀθηνιᾶτω
Dual Ἀθηνίᾱτον Ἀθηνιᾶτων
Plural Ἀθηνίᾱτε Ἀθηνιῶντων, Ἀθηνιᾶτωσαν
Infinitive Ἀθηνίᾱν
Participle MasculineFeminineNeuter
Ἀθηνιων Ἀθηνιωντος Ἀθηνιωσα Ἀθηνιωσης Ἀθηνιων Ἀθηνιωντος
1st person2nd person3rd person
IndicativeSingular Ἀθηνίωμαι Ἀθηνίᾳ Ἀθηνίᾱται
Dual Ἀθηνίᾱσθον Ἀθηνίᾱσθον
Plural Ἀθηνιῶμεθα Ἀθηνίᾱσθε Ἀθηνίωνται
SubjunctiveSingular Ἀθηνίωμαι Ἀθηνίῃ Ἀθηνίηται
Dual Ἀθηνίησθον Ἀθηνίησθον
Plural Ἀθηνιώμεθα Ἀθηνίησθε Ἀθηνίωνται
OptativeSingular Ἀθηνιῷμην Ἀθηνίῳο Ἀθηνίῳτο
Dual Ἀθηνίῳσθον Ἀθηνιῷσθην
Plural Ἀθηνιῷμεθα Ἀθηνίῳσθε Ἀθηνίῳντο
ImperativeSingular Ἀθηνίω Ἀθηνιᾶσθω
Dual Ἀθηνίᾱσθον Ἀθηνιᾶσθων
Plural Ἀθηνίᾱσθε Ἀθηνιᾶσθων, Ἀθηνιᾶσθωσαν
Infinitive Ἀθηνίᾱσθαι
Participle MasculineFeminineNeuter
Ἀθηνιωμενος Ἀθηνιωμενου Ἀθηνιωμενη Ἀθηνιωμενης Ἀθηνιωμενον Ἀθηνιωμενου

Imperfect tense

The inflection forms above were generated by rules and some usages of them were not attested.

Due to a bug of system, some forms may display wrong accents.


  1. to long to be at Athens

Source: Henry George Liddell. Robert Scott. "A Greek-English Lexicon". revised and augmented throughout by. Sir Henry Stuart Jones.

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