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[32] ἴθι, ἐρέθιζε: for the explanatory asyndeton, see § 2 m f.

σαώτερος: more safely, sc. than if thou shouldst refuse to go. This independent use of the comp. is freq. in Homer.

ὡς: in order that, here follows the emphatic word (§ 1 k); so “ὅτι, , ὔφρα”, and “ἵνα” may have the second place in the clause; cf. 2.125. — For “κέ” with the subjv., see G. 216, 1 N. 2; H. 882.

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