"πάντα" meaning in Ancient Greek

Adjective

Forms: πάντᾰ [canonical] IPA: /pán.ta/, /ˈpan.ta/, /ˈpan.da/, /pán.ta/ [5ᵗʰ BCE Attic, error-unknown-tag], /ˈpan.ta/ [1ˢᵗ CE, Egyptian, error-unknown-tag], /ˈpan.ta/ [4ᵗʰ CE, Koine, error-unknown-tag], /ˈpan.ta/ [10ᵗʰ CE, Byzantine, error-unknown-tag], /ˈpan.da/ [15ᵗʰ CE Constantinopolitan, error-unknown-tag]
  1. accusative singular masculine Tags: accusative, error-unknown-tag, form-of, masculine, pánta, singular Form of: πᾶς [pâs]
  2. nominative/accusative/vocative plural neuter Tags: accusative, error-unknown-tag, form-of, neuter, nominative, plural, pánta, vocative Form of: πᾶς [pâs]
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Mammals

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