Definition of Past iterative

1. Noun. (grammar) A tense in the Lithuanian language that indicates complete iterative action in the past, similar to the English ''used to'' but with the possibility of the action still continuing in the present. ¹



2. Noun. (grammar) An alternative inflection of verbs used in the Epic (Homeric) dialect of Ancient Greek, having ''??'' inside the verb and the same meaning as aorist or imperfect verbs. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Past Iterative

past
past(a)
past-master
past-participle
past-pointing
past-tense
past anterior
past continuous
past historic
past historic tense
past imperfect tense
past it
past iterative (current term)
past master
past paper
past papers
past participial
past participle
past participles
past perfect
past perfect continuous
past perfect progressive
past perfect tense
past progressive
past progressive tense
past simple
past tense

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