NEW TESTAMENT GREEK INDEFINITE PRONOUNS
This page gives the parsing and declension of New Testament Greek Interlinear indefinite pronouns.
The order is case, gender, number.
CASE - N = Nominative, A = Accusative, G = Genitive, D = Dative.
GENDER - M = Masculine. F = Feminine, N = Neuter.
NUMBER - S = Singular, P = Plural.
IdPr-NMS is Interrogative / Indefinite Pronoun - Nominative Masculine Singular.
IdPr-GFS is Interrogative / Indefinite Pronoun - Genitive Feminine Singular.
IdPr-ANP is Interrogative / Indefinite Pronoun - Accusative Neuter Plural.
INDEFINITE PRONOUN Strong's 5100
Translations: Singular indefinites translate as "anyone", "someone", or "a certain". Adjectival use "a" or "an". For the plural indefinite translate = "some" or "any".
1. Nominative neuter singular and accusative neuter singular indefinites are the same. Genitive singular personal and neuter indefinites are the same, and dative singular personal and neuter indefinites are the same.
2. Nominative neuter plural and accusative neuter plural indefinites are the same. Genitive plural personal and neuter indefinites are the same, and dative plural personal and neuter indefinites are the same.
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