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1. Pronouns that are always enclitic according to Homeric usage are left unaccented in the table, § 110.

2. Pronouns that are often or sometimes enclitic are: “σέο, σεῦ, σέ, ἕο, ἕθεν, εὗ, οἷ, , σφέων, σφίσι”(“ν”), “σφέας”.

3. Forms of the second person retain their accent if emphatic; but “τοι” is always enclitic.

4. Forms of the third person retain their accent when used reflexively.

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