I. of Time, when,
1. with ind., of a definite occurrence in past time, εὖτέ μιν προὔπεμψεν when he sent him, Il.8.367, cf. 11.735, 23.85, E.Ion888 (lyr.): with impf., “ἤκουσας . . εὖτε ὁρμῶμεν” Hdt.7.209, prob. in B.3.25: freq. with a corresp. Particle in apodosi, “τῆμος δή” Od.13.93; “δὴ τότε γε” 22.182; “καὶ τότε δή ῥα” 24.147; “τόφρα δέ” 20.73; “δέ” Il.23.62, Od.17.359; “δ᾽ ἄρα” 20.56: the clause with εὖτε may stand last, Il.5.396,6.515, Pi.O.3.28.
2. with subj., εὖτ᾽ ἄν (like ὅταν), a. referring to future time, οὔ τι δυνήσεαι χραισμεῖν, εὖτ᾽ ἂν πολλοὶ πίπτωσι when many shall be falling, Il.1.242, cf. 2.34, A.Pers.230 (troch.).
b. with pres. in apod., whenever, so often as, ἥμισυ ἀρετῆς ἀποαίνυται, εὖτ᾽ ἄν μιν κατὰ δούλιον ἦμαρ ἕλῃσιν whenever it comes upon him, Od.17.323, cf. 320, Hdt.6.27, A.Ag.12: in orat.obl. (for opt. after past tense), Pi.O.6.67: ἄν is sts. omitted, εὖτ᾽ ἔρδωμεν whenever we offer, Od.7.202, cf. Hes.Th. 28, B.1.73, A.Th.338 (lyr.), A.R.2.801, AP14.45.
3. with opt., whenever, as often as, with impf. in apodosi, εὖτε μάχοιτυ whenever he fought, Hes.Sc.164, cf. h.Hom.18.8, B.12.118, A.Ag.565, A.R.2.471.