The relat. clause ὅσ᾽ αὐδῶ is most simply taken as representing an accus., governed by δέος ἴσχετε μηδὲν as=μὴ δειμαίνετε (rather than a genitive depending on δέος): Tr. 996 “οἵαν μ᾽ ἄρ᾽ ἔθου λώβαν”: Dem. De Fals. Legat. § 81 “ὅ γε δῆμος ὁ τῶν Φωκέων οὕτω κακῶς...διάκειται, ὥστε...τεθνάναι τῷ φόβῳ...τοὺς Φιλίππου ξένους”:
: Eur. Ion 572 “τοῦτο κἄμ᾽ ἔχει πόθος”. Cp. below, 583, 1120. In such instances the acc. might also, however, be taken as one of "respect."