62. a. Masculines and feminines are declined alike. There are many more masculines than feminines, but a few feminines occur often. They take -ς in the nominative singular and change -ο to -ε in the vocative singular (§ 25). Note that every dative has ι, on the line or subscript. In the accusative plural -ους is for -ο-νς, (§ 51.b).
b. The nominative is used for the vocative always in θεός (god) and sometimes in other words.
c. Neuters take -ν in the nominative, accusative, and vocative singular, and change -ο to -α in the nominative, accusative, and vocative plural (see § 25).
63. a. The accent of the nominative singular is kept throughout, except that:
b. The rules in §§ 12 and 14 must be followed (see ἄνθρωπος).
64. In the dative plural poets freely use the older ending -οισι; so also in the article and in adjectives.
βωμοῖσι τοῖς σοῖς (Soph. Oedipus the King 16)
τοῖσιν ἐμπείροισι (Soph. Oedipus the King 44)