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Book 1 (*a

qea/, the “*mou=sa” of Od. 1.1, who tells the poet the history which he has to relate; see 2.484-92, and compare Od. 22.347au)todi/daktos d' ei)mi/, qeo\s de/ moi e)n fresi\n oi)/mas pantoi/as e)ne/fusen” , and Od. 8.44, 64, 488h)\ se/ ge *mou=s' e)di/dace, *dio\s pa/i+s, h)\ se/ g' *)apo/llwn.*phlhi+a/dew, originally no doubt “*phlhi+a/da)”(“o”). This is one of a class of patronymics formed with a double suffix, the adjectival “-io-” and the purely patronymic “-adh-s”: while the commoner form “*phle-i/dh-s” has only one. Cf. 2.566.

[2] ou)lome/nhn, accursed; it bears the same relation to the curse “o)/loio