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On the other hand, some forms that are nonthematic in Attic belong to the thematic inflection in Homer. E. g. I 164, “διδοῖς” for “διδό-εις” (Attic “δίδως”). O 613, “ἐπώρνυ-ε”. Compare Z 523, “μεθιεῖς” for “μεθ-ιέ-εις” (the Attic has both “ι?ης” and “ι?εῖς”).

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