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Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns

In most cases the interrogative τίς, τί, and the indefinite τις, τι, have the same forms in Homer as in Attic.

1. Special Homeric forms of the interrogative (equivalent Attic forms in parenthesis):

2. Of the indefinite:

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