τοίγαρ ἐγών: always at the beginning of a verse. — “ἐρέω κτλ”.: “Ζ 334, ο 318, π 259, ς 129, ω” 265, I will speak etc., solemn form of introduction; cf. ‘Behold now I have opened my mouth, my tongue hath spoken in my mouth’ Job xxxiii. 2.
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