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Non-thematic forms are much commoner in Homer than in later Greek. E. g.

A 23, “δέχθαι” (second aorist middle infinitive of “δέχεσθαι”). T 10, “δέξο” (imperative). B 420, “δέκτο” (indicative). B 794, “δέγμενος” (participle). A 532, “ἄλτο” (second aorist of “ἅλλομαι”). B 107, “φορῆναι” (present active infinitive of “φορέω”). I 171, “φέρτε” (imperative of “φέρω”). X 265, “φιλήμεναι” (present active infinitive of “φιλέω”).

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