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οὐ, οὐχί, οὐκί (q. v.), before vowels οὐκ, or, if aspirated, οὐχ: not, no, the adv. of objective negation, see μή. οὐ may be used w. the inf. in indirect discourse, Il. 17.174; in a condition, when the neg. applies to a single word or phrase and not to the whole clause, εἰ δέ τοι οὐ δώσει, ‘shall fail to grant,’ Il. 24.296 . οὐ (like nonne) is found in questions that expect an affirmative answer. οὔτι, ‘not a whit,’ ‘not at all,’ ‘by no means,’ so οὐ πάμπαν, οὐ πάγχυ, etc. οὐ may be doubled for emphasis, Od. 3.27 f.
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