ὄναιο, a blessing, usu. with simple gen., as Eur. I. A. 1359 “ὄναιο τῶν φρενῶν”, “"bless thee for thy kindness,"” or a defining partic., as Or. 1677 “γήμας ὄναιο”: but there is no reason to suspect χάριν, for which Blaydes suggests “τρόπου”. Cp. 569 “τὸ σὸν γενναῖον”.
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