ὅγε: see on A 97; for its position in the second member of the sent., as 2.664, cf. “πολλὰδ̓ὅγ̓ἐνπόντῳπάθενἄλγεαα” 4, nunc dextra ingeminans ictus, nunc ille sinistra Verg. Aen. v. 457, nec dulces amores | sperne puer neque tu choreas Hor. Carm. i. 9. 15 f.
δούλην: this word is found only here and Od. 4.12; the masc. “δοῦλος” is not found in Homer. See § 2 y.
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