The only languages for which I have found a book (not even a webpage) is for Hebrew and Arabic. Are there books or webpages that contain all the noun declensions and verb "conjugations" (or noun and verb forms generally) for different languages? In particular I am looking for:
- Tibetan (Found a book on Tibetan verbs, but not the conjugations)
- Sanskrit (Found verb roots on a Wiki, but not sure how thorough, and no conjugations)
- Ancient Egyptian
- Georgian (the only halfway book is 1200 verb list, but it doesn't seem to have conjugations at all)
- Ancient Greek
- Classical Latin
Basically I am looking for the conjugation/declension/"form" tables for these languages, essentially the data so that I know that I am morphing a verb or noun correctly. Because, like in Gothic, while you may find an "a-stem noun" (or even a list), I suspect that there are slight variations in the form of the modified noun in a case-specific manner. So having a list of all the forms of each verb and noun would confirm whether or not applying a general pattern to a new verb or noun is correct.
I have looked for verb and noun books for all of the above languages and didn't find anything worthwhile. Wondering if this just doesn't exist, or the types of places I should be looking.
It doesn't have to be exactly compiled into tables. It can be in any form but basically I would like to find all the forms of the words mapped out in some way, so I can know if a "generic pattern" can be accurately applied to new forms following the same pattern (like -er verbs), or if it is an outlier/irregular pattern like
tengo in Spanish.
For some reason, the best site so far has been Wiktionary, like for Ancient Greek Verbs. However, they just list the possible verbs, no conjugations or anything. I have heard Ancient Greek verbs are highly irregular, and many students have a hard time learning the edge cases. So I would (in this case) like to find a list of all Greek verbs in conjugated form, so I could see the conjugations. But same applies to any language (cross-linguistics).
This is the best I've found for Ancient Greek, which isn't saying much.
If no such reliable, respected (i.e. not spam), aggregated resource exists, what do I have to do to put together a list myself? Scan each book for the few pieces they contain? Or what would be effective?