A grammar of the Homeric dialect, (Clarendon Press series) by D. B Monro

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5 The the Indie. Act. -K-a>9 ( 2. 61), d8r/-/c-ores 5e8ar]-/c-or? (Od. (II. 10. 98, (II. , Od. 12. 281), and /3e/3pco-K-coy (II. 22. , Od. These instances are hardly sufficient to prove that 22. 403). 4. K of 17. 748), the form &c. w9, ported by Attic * The form /3e/3p<3re? ) reflz^-K-cos (for (Soph. Ant. 1022). cos, found in KaXf} KaacriTrfia OeoTs Sefjias toitcvia quoted by Athenaeus xiv. p. 632 as an instance of a line defective in quantity. It does not occur in the text of Homer, but seems to be a variant for II.

Z. xxv. 266). - Plur. l/iV (for 6(T-/V) Iff-TGV fff-Tf lo'-Toi' ctVt tfff-ryv fjffav, (Dor. ). (Dor. ^s) Imper. 60--0-0 ZG-TOJ, cV-re, i. (Od. The ta-rtav ; Inf. l/xfifvcu, efifvai, tptv, elvai ; Imper. Mid. 302). is not reduced before Heavy Endings, as in the forms Sanscr.

420, 682), typrjyopOdo-i 10. 419). These forms evidently result from generalising the Stem in -a. So we have i. 337), oi8a-[jiv, oiSaffi in Herodotus (and in Attic, see Veitch s. ). oi8a-s (Od. 2. The final consonant of the Stem, if a labial or guttural, is aspirated before the -arai, -CLTO of the Mid. ; as eTTt-rer^a^-arat are entrusted, rer/)a(/>-aro were turned, epx-arat (Fepy-) are shut in, (dpey-a>) are stretched out, THE PERFECT. 28 [2-5. The aspirated forms of welcome KKpv(p-araL (Hes. Op.

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