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Si/dm), and the Lat. sumus, sunt, slm. ) phonetic law the Attic ecr-^ez; is a new formation, due to the analogy of On the other hand ^re (II. 16. 557) follows o--re, &c. eo--rt, The

The weak Stem appears to take the place of the O-form in 8et8ta (as to which see 22, 4), and in dm-/3e/3pi>x^ (II. 17. 54) For the latter Zenodotus read &vafitppo\

Mid. 7ra and e'A770/xai. The forms rerpo(/>a, tcj)0opa are Intrans. in Homer, but Trans, in Attic and an Intrans. or almost Passive meaning is conspicuous in the Homeric group of Participles Intransitive 1 : : KtKorrjtos enraged, rert^cos jjivos) satiated, panting ( 22, 9, ( /Be/Sapr/cos reri^-jueVos) vexed, /ceKop^o)? K\aprj(as heavy, ( rejoicing, = KKopr]/ceKa^rioos 6).

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