ἐμέμψω aor. referring to the moment just past: so oft. ἐπῄνεσα, ξυνῆκα, ησθην: ἒπτηξα（Soph. OC 1466）: ἔφριξα（Soph. Aj. 693）: ἐδεξάμην （Soph. El. 668）: ἀπέπτυσα （Eur. Hec. 1276）. ὁμοῦ ι ναίουσαν, while （or though） it dwells close to thee, —possesses and sways thee. So Soph. OC 1134 “κηλὶς κακῶν ξύνοικος”: Soph. El. 784 “βλάβη ι ξύνοικος”: Soph. Aj. 639 “συντρόφοις ι ὀργαῖς.” But （as Eustathius saw, 755. 14） the words have a second meaning: “thou seest not that thine own [τὴν σήν, thy kinswoman, thy mother] is dwelling with thee [as thy wife].” The ambiguity of τὴν σὴν, the choice of the phrase ὁμοῦ ναίουσαν, and the choice of κατεῖδες, leave no doubt of this. Cp. 261.
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