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The accusative singular of vowel stems regularly ends in -ν, plural in -[ν]ς. E. g. “πόλις” (“πολι-”), “πόλιν” (A 19), “πόλι_ς” for “πολι-νς” (accusative plural, restored in B 648, I 328, etc.). “πόλιας” too occurs § 103). “ἦνις” (“ἠνι-”) has accusative plural “ἤνι_ς” (Z 94, 275, 309).

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