"τες" meaning in Greek

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Article

IPA: /tes/ Forms: tes [romanization]
Etymology: Inherited from the medieval article τὲς (feminine accusative plural), from Ancient Greek τάς (tás). It survives as weak pronoun form in Standard Modern Greek. Also as article form in idioms, equivalent to standard τις (tis). Etymology templates: {{lang|el|τὲς}} τὲς, {{der|el|grc|τάς}} Ancient Greek τάς (tás), {{m|el|τις}} τις (tis) Head templates: {{head|el|article|g=f-p|g2=|g3=|head=|sort=}} τες • (tes) f pl, {{el-art|g=f-p}} τες • (tes) f pl
  1. (definite, dialectal) accusative feminine plural of ο (o) (the) Tags: accusative, definite, dialectal, feminine, form-of, plural Form of: ο (extra: (o) (the))
    Sense id: en-τες-el-article-CJS8271B Categories (other): Greek articles Disambiguation of Greek articles: 13 44 44

Pronoun

IPA: /tes/ Forms: tes [romanization], egó [romanization]
Etymology: Inherited from the medieval article τὲς (feminine accusative plural), from Ancient Greek τάς (tás). It survives as weak pronoun form in Standard Modern Greek. Also as article form in idioms, equivalent to standard τις (tis). Etymology templates: {{lang|el|τὲς}} τὲς, {{der|el|grc|τάς}} Ancient Greek τάς (tás), {{m|el|τις}} τις (tis) Head templates: {{head|el|pronoun form|weak personal pronoun}} τες • (tes) (weak personal pronoun)
  1. they (3rd person feminine plural, nominative) Tags: personal, pronoun, weak
    Sense id: en-τες-el-pron-1~NMqdem Categories (other): Greek articles, Greek entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Greek articles: 13 44 44 Disambiguation of Greek entries with incorrect language header: 5 48 48
  2. them (3rd person feminine plural, accusative) Tags: personal, pronoun, weak
    Sense id: en-τες-el-pron-mesS83YK Categories (other): Greek articles, Greek entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Greek articles: 13 44 44 Disambiguation of Greek entries with incorrect language header: 5 48 48
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Synonyms: τις (tis) (english: used before the verb)
Related terms: αυτός •, αυτή •, αυτό •, τος •, τη •, το •, αυτοί •, αυτές •, αυτά •, τοι •, τες •, τα •, αυτού •, αυτής •, του • †, της • †, αυτών •, τους • †, αυτόν •, αυτήν •, τον •, την •, αυτούς •, τους •, τις •, τες •‡, There is no 3rd person vocative case.† These terms double as possessive pronouns.‡ is used before a verb (english: τις), after a verb.. All personal pronoun forms are displayed at εγώ (egó) (english: τες; I)

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