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ἠύς” or “ἐύς”, adjective meaning ‘good,’ ‘valiant,’ has genitive singular “ἐῆος” (A 393), accusative singular “ἠύν” and “ἐύν”, genitive plural “ἐα?ων” (24.528). The neuter singular is “ἠύ” or “ἐύ”. The latter form, which is sometimes contracted (“εὖ”), is used as an adverb.

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