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1113. As a personal pronoun, chiefly after καί, and in the nominative: καὶ ὅς () and he (she): ““καὶ οἳ εἶπονand they saidX. A. 7.6.4. Also in ““ δ᾽ ὅςand he saidP. R. 327c (792). So καὶ τόν (τήν) used as the accusative of καὶ ὅς, as subject of a following infinitive in indirect discourse: καὶ τὸν εἰπεῖν and (he said that) he said P. S. 174a.

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