Anthology of Old Russian Literature

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ABBREVIATIONS
abs. absolutegen. genitive case
acc. accusative caseGr. Greek
adj adjectiveimp. imperative mood
adj. poss. possessive adj.impf. imperfect the tense of a
adv. adverb, adverbial verb which expresses action
aor. aorist a tense of the verb or state as in progress or
denoting that the action or continuance (or as habitually
occurrence took place in un done or customarily occur
specified past time, without ring) in past time
implication or continuanceincorr. incorrect, incorrectly
or repetition, unrestricted orinf. infinitive
undefined in relation to otherinstr. instrumental case
points in past timeinterrog. interrogative
art. articleloc. locative case
b. bornm. masculine gender
c. cityn. neuter gender
ca. circaneg. negative
caus. causativenom. nominative case
comp. comparativep. past
cond. conditionalp. a. p. past active participle
concess. concessionalperiphr. periphrastic
d. diedpl. plural number
dat. dative casepluperf. pluperfect
dat. abs. dative absolutep. p. p. past passive participle
dat. poss. dative possessive (dative ofpr. present tense
possession)pr. a. p. present active participle
dem. demonstrativepr. p. p. present passive participle
det. determinateprep. prepositional case; prepo
du. dual number sition
f. feminine genderprinc. principality
Finn. Finnishposs. possessive

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