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380. First Person:

Here “βούλει” often precedes. “θέλεις”, thus used, is poetical.

ΣΩ. Χαιρεφῶν, ἐροῦ αὐτόν. ΧΑΙ. τί ἔρωμαι”; PLATO, Gorg. 447C; Chaerephon, ask him. What shall I ask?βούλει τολμήσω εἰπεῖν οἷόν ἐστι τὸ ἐπίστασθαι”; PLATO, Theaet. 197A; Do you wish me to undertake to say what manner of thing knowing is?

DEM.3.22: ““τί βούλεσθε; τί γράψω; τί ὑμῖν χαρίσωμαι”;” 14.27: “ἀλλὰ θῶ βούλεσθε δωδεκάτην ἡμᾶς εἰσοίσειν”; [33]DEM., 37.

PLATO, Conv. 213A:ἐπὶ ῥητοῖς εἰσίω μή; συμπίεσθε οὔ”; Ibid. 214 B: “ΕΡ. τί ποιῶμεν; ΑΛΚ. τι ἂν σὺ κελεύῃς . . . ἐπίταττε οὖν τι βούλει”. Gorg. 447 C (see above). Phaedo 115 C:θάπτωμεν δέ σε τίνα τρόπον”; Theaet. 149B, 161 E. 197 A (see above).

AR. Eq. 36: “βούλει τὸ πρᾶγμα τοῖς θεαταῖσιν φράσω”; Vesp. 760-1: “ΒΔΕ. ἐμοὶ πιθοῦ”. | “ΦΙΛ. τί σοι πίθωμαι”; Lys. 529-30:ΛΥΣ. σιώπα. ΠΡΟ. σοί γ̓, κατάρατε, σιωπῶ 'γώ;

EUR. Cycl. 149. Ion, 758 (268). I. T. 1321. Or. 218:βούλει θίγω σου;fr. 1036:πότερα θέλεις σοι μαλθακὰ ψευδῆ λέγω” | “ σκλήρ᾽ ἀληθῆ”;

SOPH. Ant. 554. O. C. 178. 195. 213. 828 (twice). Ph. 761 (twice). 816.

HOM. Od. 15.509: “πῇ τ᾽ ἄῤ ἐγώ, φίλε τέκνον, ἴω; τέο δώμαθ̓ ἵκωμαι”;

Il. 18.188: “πῶς τ᾽ ἄῤ ἴω μετὰ μῶλον; ἔχουσι δὲ τεύχἐ ἐκεῖνοι”.

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