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[*] 271. ou) with future indicative in questions as imperative. In questions, the future indicative with “οὐ” is often used as an imperative. “οὐκ ἀποκτενεῖτ”（“ε”) . . . “τὸν μιαρὸν τοῦτον ἄνθρωπον”; DIN.1.18; Will you not kill this foul creature? DIN.1.18(see above). DEM.4.44: “οὐκ ἐμβησόμεθ”（“α”); 21.116: ““οὐκ ἀποκτενεῖτε; οὐκ ἐπὶ τὴν οἰκίαν βαδιεῖσθε; οὐχὶ συλλήψεσθε”;” PLATO, Conv. 212D: “παῖδες, . . . οὐ σκέψεσθε”; Boys, will you not see who it is? AR. Lys. 459-60: “οὐχ ἕλξετ᾽, οὐ παιήσετ᾽, οὐκ ἀρήξετε”; | “οὐ λοιδορήσετ᾽, οὐκ ἀναισχυντήσετε”; EUR. Ion, 162-3: “οὐκ ἄλλᾳ” | “φοινικοφαῆ πόδα κινήσεις”; AESCHYL. P.V. 52: “οὔκουν ἐπείξῃ τῷδε δεσμὰ περιβαλεῖν”; On “οὐ μή” with the Future Indicative in questions, see Negatives.
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