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488. The Genitive Case:

δοκεῖ γέ μοι” (sc. “ χλαῖνα”) | “ἐοικέναι μάλιστα Μορύχου σάγματι”, AR. Vesp. 1141-2; It looks most like a cloak of Morychus' to me. (Compare “ἐν τῇδε τῇ ... οἰκίᾳ τῇ Μορυχίᾳ”, PLATO, Phaedr. 227B; In this house of Morychus.) “ παῖ Κλεινίου”, Alc. 1.103 A; Sonof Clinias. (Compare “ ... Κλεινίειος οὗτος”, Gorg. 482 A; This (son) of Clinias.

For further examples, see Genitive Case.

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