I'm working on ancient Greek (Homeric) vocabulary, and sometimes it's helpful to write down, e.g., on a flashcard, some grammatical information. For example I might want to record that ἕν is neuter (which doesn't seem obvious to me by looking at the word). When doing this, I would like to avoid marking things up with English terms, to avoid getting "out of the groove" of thinking in Greek. I can look up modern Greek grammatical terms, e.g.:
αρσενικό - masculine θηλυκό - feminine ουδέτερο - neuter ονομαστική = nominal γενική = genitive δοτική = dative αιτιατική = acc κλητική = voc
These are all modern words with dimotiki accents. Is this pretty much the best I can do? Did ancient Greek even have grammatical terms, or were they developed later in history? Is there a standard list of such terms somewhere, and are there standard abbreviations, such as "pl." in English?