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GREEK INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS

This page gives the parsing and declension of the New Testament Greek Interlinear interrogative pronouns.

Interlinear New Testament Index

ABBREVIATIONS

The order is case, gender, number.
CASE - N = Nominative, A = Accusative, G = Genitive, D = Dative.
GENDER - P = Personal (Masculine or Feminine) N = Neuter.
NUMBER - S = Singular, P = Plural.
τίς = ItPr-NPS is Interrogative Pronoun - Nominative Personal Singular.
τίνων = ItPr-GPP is Interrogative Pronoun - Genitive Personal Plural or
ItPr-GNP is Interrogative Pronoun - Genitive Neuter Plural.
τίνα = ItPr-ANP is Interrogative Pronoun - Accusative Neuter Plural.

DECLENSION

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN Strong's 5101
SINGULAR

Translations: Singular and plural personal interrogatives = "who?" or "what?" in direct or indirect questions.
Sometimes τίς asks "what sort" (qualitative), and τί asks "why?" (adverbial).
CASE
Nominative
Accusative
Genitive
Dative
Personal
τίς
τίνα
τίνος
τίνι
Neuter
τί
τί
τίνος
τίνι

PLURAL

CASE
Nominative
Accusative
Genitive
Dative
Personal
τίνες
τίνας
τίνων
τίσι(ν)
Neuter
τίνα
τίνα
τίνων
τίσι(ν)
INTERROGATIVE NOTES
1.
Nominative neuter singular and accusative neuter singular interrogatives are the same.
2. Genitive singular personal and neuter interrogatives are the same.
3. Dative singular personal and neuter interrogatives are the same.
4. Nominative neuter plural and accusative neuter plural interrogatives are the same.
5. Dative singular personal and neuter interrogatives are the same.
6. Dative singular personal and neuter interrogatives are the same.
Other interrogative Greek pronouns.
1302 (27x) διατί (διὰ + τί) why? because of what?
4169 (34x) ποῖος -οία -οῖον what, which, of what sort?
4220 (1x) πότερος -α -ον which?

Interlinear New Testament Index

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