καὶ σοὶ, ‘to thee, on thy part’ (cp. 1146 n.): followed by “καὶ τοὐμὸν”, as in O. T. 165 f. “εἴ ποτε καὶ προτέρας ἄτας” is followed by “ἔλθετε καὶ νῦν”: Nub. 356 “εἴπερ τινὶ κἄλλῳ”, | “οὐρανομήκη ῥήξατε κἀμοὶ φωνήν”. ὧδ᾽ … τῇδε: cp. 643. “τῇδε” is here redundant, repeating the sense of “<*>δε” for emphasis. τοὐμὸν=‘my conduct’: cp. Tr. 53“φράσαι τὸ σόν” (n.).—For φίλον, cp. O. C. 1205“ἔστω δ᾽ οὖν ὅπως ὑμῖν φίλον”.
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