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597. The stem of the second future passive is formed by adding -ς όε- to the stem of the second aorist passive. It ends in -ησομαι. Thus, βληβήσομαι I shall be injured from βλάπτω (βλαβ-) ἐ-βλάβη-ν.

κόπ-τ-ω, ἐκόπην κοπήσομαι; γράφω, ἐγράφην γραφήσομαι; φαίνω, ἐφάνην appeared, φανήσομαι; φθείρω, ἐφθάρην φθαρήσομαι; πήγνυ_μι fix, ἐπάγην παγήσομαι.

597 D. Hom. has only δαήσεαι (ἐδάην learned), μιγήσεσθαι (μείγνυ_μι mix).

598. Most of the verbs in 594, 595 form second futures passive except ἄγνυ_μι, ἀλείφω, βάπτω, βρέχω, ζεύγνυ_μι, θλί_βω, κλέπτω, μαίνω, μάττω, ῥάπτω. But many of the second futures appear only in poetry or in late Greek, and some are found only in composition.

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