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υἱός”, ‘son,’ is declined from three stems:

case υἱο- υἱυ- υἱ-
Singular: Nom. υἱός -- --
Gen. υἱοῦ υἱέος υἷος
Dat. -- υἱέι” (and “υἱεῖ”?) υἷι
Acc. υἱόν υἱέα υἷα
Voc. υἱέ -- --
Dual: N. A. -- -- υἷε
G. D. -- -- --
Plural: N. -- υἱέες, υἱεῖς υἷες
G. υἱῶν -- --
D. υἱοῖσι”(“ν”) -- υἱάσι”(“ν”)
A. -- υἱέας υἷας
V. -- υἱεῖς --

1. Some editors (as Cauer) substitute “ὑός”, etc., for MS. “υἱός”, etc., where the penult is short, e. g. A 489.

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