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βάρβαρον, because Teucer's mother Hesionè was Trojan.

ἐπαΐω, a current word in Attic ( Nub. 650 etc.), is used in this sense by Plato both with acc. and with gen. The simple “ἀΐω”, which is poetical only, has a like sense in O.C. 181, “σὺ γὰρ ἀΐεις” (‘for thou understandest’).

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