ηὔγμην, the only instance of this plpf. (for “εὖκτο” in Hom. fr. 2. 15 is rather an a<*>.): but Phaedr. 279 C has the pf. “ηὖκται” as pass. impers. Cp. O. T.1512 cr. n.
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