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11. Nominative in exclamations.

In exclamations, the nominative characterises, the vocative addresses, the accusative implies an object of emotion, and the genitive the source or sphere of emotion.

PLATO, Phaedr. 227C: γενναῖος, εἴθε γράψειεν ὡς κτἑ” .

AR. Ran. 652:ἄνθρωπος ἱερός” . Pl. 23:λῆρος” , Stuff and nonsense!

EUR. Med. 61: μῶρος” , O foolish woman that she is!

SOPH. El. 1354. Ph. 254: πόλλ᾽ ἐγὼ μοχθηρός, πικρὸς θεοῖς” . Tr. 1046 sq.

HOM. Od. 20.194:δύσμορος” .

Il.1.231:δημοβόρος βασιλεύς, ἐπεὶ οὐτιδανοῖσιν ἀνάσσεις” , Folk-devouring king that thou art, etc. 2.38:νήπιος5.403:σχέτλιος” , Ibid. 406:νήπιος” , Ibid. 787:αἰδώς” , 9.630:σχέτλιος” , Ibid. 632:νηλής” , 13.95:αἰδώς” , 16.422: also. 17.236:νήπιοι” . 22.86:σχέτλιος” .

For the Vocative, see 24.

For the Accusative in Exclamations, see Index.

For the Genitive in Exclamations, see Index.

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