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[515] ἀπόειπε: speak out plainly, as Od. 1.373; refuse is implied in the context.

ἔπι: i.e. “ἔπεστι”, § 37 c. — “Thou hast nothing to fear.”

ὄφῤ ἐὺ εἰδῶ: cf. v. 185.

517 = “Δ 30, Η” 454. — The first hemistich as “Θ 208, Ο 184, Σ” 97; cf. “Π 48, Ρ 18, Τ 419, Χ 14, δ 30, 332, ο” 325. The second hemistich is found 23 times in Homer.

ὀχθήσας: inceptive, see on v. 92; but not so violent as “falling into a passion,” or “bursting into a rage.”

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