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κάτοισθα: i.e., thou knowest whom I mean: O. T.1048ὅστις κάτοιδε τὸν βοτῆρ᾽ ὂν ἐννέπει”. The conject., “κάτοισθα δῆτ̓;οὔ φημί”, assumed that “κάτοισθα”=“γιγνώσκεις” (‘knowest who she is’).

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