Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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Participles in -ων, -ουσα, -ον (ω-verbs): λύ_ων loosing (stem λυ_οντ-), ὤν being (stem ὀντ-).

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SINGULAR
Masc.Fem.Neut.Masc.Fem.Neut.
N. V.λύ_ωνλύ_ουσαλῦονὤνοὖσαὄν
Gen.λύ_οντ-οςλυ_ούσηςλύ_οντ-οςὄντ-οςοὔσηςὄντ-ος
Dat.λύ_οντ-ιλυ_ούσῃλύ_οντ-ιὄντ-ιοὔσῃὄντ-ι
Acc.λύ_οντ-αλύ_ουσα-νλῦονὄντ-αοὖσα-νὄν

DUAL
N. A. V.λύ_οντ-ελυ_ούσα_λύ_οντ-εὄντ-εοὔσα_ὄντ-ε
G. D.λυ_όντ-οινλυ_ούσαινλυ_όντ-οινὄντ-οινοὔσαινὄντ-οιν

PLURAL
N. V.λύ_οντ-εςλύ_ουσαιλύ_οντ-αὄντ-εςοὖσαιὄντ-α
Gen.λυ_όντ-ωνλυ_ουσῶνλυ_όντ-ωνὄντ-ωνοὐσῶνὄντ-ων
Dat.λύ_ουσι (ν) λυ_ούσαιςλύ_ουσι (ν) οὖσι (ν) οὔσαιςοὖσι (ν)
Acc.λύ_οντ-αςλυ_ούσα_ςλύ_οντ-αὄντ-αςοὔσα_ςὄντ-α

So are inflected παιδεύων educating, γράφων writing, φέρων bearing.

a. All participles in -ων are inflected like λύ_ων, those in -ών having the accent of ὤν, ὄντος, etc.; as λιπών, λιποῦσα, λιπόν having left. Such participles are from ω-verbs, in which ο is a part of the tense suffix.

b. Like participles are declined the adjectives ἑκών, ἑκοῦσα, ἑκόν willing, ἄ_κων, ἄ_κουσα, ἆ_κον unwilling (for ἀέκων, etc.), G. ἄ_κοντος, ἀ_κούσης, ἄ_κοντος.

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