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[315] ὁμοίιον: generally understood as common, which comes to all alike. Most freq. as an epithet of war and strife (444). The form “ὁμοῖος” is never so used. The meaning which is given above is unsatisfactory, since not all men live to old age or engage in war.

ὄφελεν κτλ.: of an unattainable wish. G. 251, 2, N. 1; H. 871 a.

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