Cp. 118. οἰκεύς=οἰκέτης, as in the Odyssey and in a νόμος Σόλωνος in Lys. 10.19, who explains it by θεράπων. The Iliad has the word only twice, both times in plur., of “inmates” （slave or free: Hom. Il. 5.413: Hom. Il. 6.366）.
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