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108. In verbs whose perfect has the force of a present (49) the perfect imperative is the ordinary form; as μέμνησο, κεκλήσθω, ἕσταθι, ἑστάτω, τέθναθι, τεθνάτω, ἴστω. So “κεχήνατε,AR. Ach. 133 ; “μὴ κεκράγατε,Vesp. 415 . The perfect imperative active seems to have been used only in such verbs. Occasionally we find the periphrastic form with the participle and εἰμί, as “ἔστω ξυμβεβηκυῖα, Leg. 736

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