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μήτις, μήτι (μή τις, μή τι): no one, not anything, adv., μήτι, not at all, by no means; for the difference between μήτις and οὔτις, see μή. In Od. 9.410, εἰ μὲν δὴ μήτις σε βιάζεται, μήτις shows that the other Cyclōpes understood Polyphēmus to say οὔτις in v. 408 instead of Οὖτις (he said ‘Noman,’ but they thought he said no man).
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