Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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ἡδύς sweet is thus declined:

SINGULAR
Masc.Fem.Neut.
Nom.ἡδύ-ςἡδεῖαἡδύ
Gen.ἡδέ-οςἡδεία_ςἡδέ-ος
Dat. (ἡδέϊ) ἡδεῖἡδείᾳ (ἡδέϊ) ἡδεῖ
Acc.ἡδύ-νἡδεῖα-νἡδύ
Voc.ἡδύἡδεῖαἡδύ

DUAL
N. A. V.ἡδέ-εἡδεία_ἡδέ-ε
G. D.ἡδέ-οινἡδεί-αινἡδέ-οιν

PLURAL
N. V. (ἡδέες) ἡδεῖςἡδεῖαιἡδέ-α
Gen.ἡδέ-ωνἡδειῶνἡδέ-ων
Dat.ἡδέ-σι (ν) ἡδείαιςἡδέ-σι (ν)
Acc.ἡδεῖςἡδεία_ςἡδέ-α

So βαθύς deep, γλυκύς sweet, εὐρύς broad, ὀξύς sharp, ταχύς swift.

a. In ἡδεῖα -yα has been added to ἡδεϝ- ἡδεw-, a stronger form of the stem ἡδυ- (cp. cross270). The nominative masculine ἡδεῖς is used for the accusative.

b. The adjectives of this declension are oxytone, except ἥμισυς half, θῆλυς female, and some compounds, as δίπηχυς of two cubits.

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