are a class of athematic
verbs in Ancient Greek
. The name derives from the first person singular form of the verbs in the present indicative active, which is the dictionary form. The person marker is -mi, e.g. ειμί (ei-mí), δίδωμι (dídw-mi), φημί (fh-mí). The conjugation of mi-verbs differs from the much more common omega conjugation.
- Greek Grammar, Herbert Weir Smyth. Harvard University Press. (1920) 0-574-36250-0