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Used in: GkWaC and Patakis

Part-of-Speech:

Nnn: Noun

Adj: Adjective

Pcp: Participle

Vrb: Verb

Prn: Pronoun

Pss: Posessive Pronoun

Adv: Adverb

Art: Article

Prp: Preposition

Cnj: Conjunction

Pcl: Particle

Inj: Interjection

Gender (Nouns, Adjectives, Articles, Pronouns, Participles):

Msc: Masculine

Fem: Feminine

Ntr: Neuter

Number (all declinable):

Sng: Singular

Plu: Plural

Case (Nouns, Adjectives, Articles, Pronouns, Participles):

Nom: Nominative

Gen: Genitive

Acc: Accusative

Voc: Vocative

Dat: Dative

Voice (Verbs and Participles):

Act: Active

Psv: Passive

Tense (Verbs and Participles):

Pnt: Present

Pst: Past

Psc: Past Continuous

Pnp: Present Perfect

Mood (Verbs):

Ind: Indicative

Sbj: Subjunctive

Imp: Imperative

Person (Verbs and Personal Pronouns):

1st

2nd

3rd

Degree (Adjectives and Adverbs):

Cmp: Comparative

Sup: Superlative

Derived (Nouns and Adjectives):

Dim: Diminutive

Aug: Augmentative

Style:

Ifm: Informal

Lrn: Learned

Dlc: Dialectal

Pop: Popular

Lit: Literary

Unknown greek words have a ? in the place of the lemma tag followed by a part-of-speech tag. Also, there is no case/gender/number/etc. tag, as such attributes are not guessed for them.