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Idem (Niemoeller l.c.), older isdem (Amph. 945), is formed like ibi-dem, itidem, etc., by addition of a Particle (cf. demum) with the sense of ‘very’ ‘precise,’ so that is-dem means ‘that very’1. It is usually followed by qui, but sometimes by atque (see below, VIII. 2). With suppression of operā Ablative (cf. “eādem operāCapt. 450, etc., “unā operāTer. Hec. 798; also Pseud. 319qua opera credam tibi, una opera alligem fugitivam canem agninis lactibus”) we find the Adverb eādem, used (in Asyndeton normally) with Fut. or Fut. Perfect, e.g. Capt. 293sequere hac me igitur: eadem ego ex hoc quae volo exquisivero” (in Pers. 445 with Fut. Imperative).

1 Is without the addition of this Particle sometimes has this function, e.g.

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