Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott54].
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οὗοἷἕοὗ, οἷ, ,    A FORMS: gen. ἕο Il.5.343, al., εὗ v.l. in Od.19.446 (ap.A.D.Pron.76.15, etc.), al., εἷο Il.4.400, Od.22.19, ἑοῦ A.D.Pron. 77.10; ἑο enclit., Od.14.461, εὑ Il.14.427, al., Hdt.3.135; ἕθεν is another Ep. form, Il.3.128,al. (used by A.Supp.66 (lyr.)), enclit. in Il. 9.686, al.; ϝέθεν Alc.11; οὗ ἕθεν together, A.R.1.362, 4.1471; εἷο for ἐμοῦ, Id.2.635: Att. οὗ, but rarely used, S.OT1257, Pl.Smp.174d, R.393e, 614b: Locr. ϝέος dub. in IG9(1).334.33 (v B. C.): Boeot. ἑοῦς Corinn.2: Dor. ϝίο (γίο cod.) Hsch.: late Ep. ἑοῖο A.R.1.1032 (v.l. ἑεῖο): dat. οἷ Od.11.433, al., enclit. in 1.17, al. (enclit. οἱ perh. as gen., Il.16.531, Archil.29, Hdt.1.60, 3.15, A.R.3.371, Theoc.25.66, cf.Sch. Il.19.384 and ἐγώ 11): Delph. ϝοι GDI2561 D14 (also Aeol., Sapph. 111): Att. οἷ Pl.Smp.174e, X.An.1.1.8, enclit. οἱ A.Ag.1147 (lyr.), Th.2.13, al., Antipho 5.93, And.1.38, Pl.Phlb.60d, al., X.Mem.1.2.32, etc.: ἑοῖ twice in Hom., Il.13.495, Od.4.38; ἑοῖ αὐτῇ used of the 1 pers., A.R.3.99: for ϝίν, ἵν, v. : Boeot. ἑΐν Corinn.36: acc. Il.4.497, al., Pi.O.9.14, enclit. Il.1.236, al., never in Trag., Com., Th., Hdt., or X., but found in Pl.Smp.175a,al.; ἑέ twice in Hom., Il. 20.171, 24.134 (perh. with elision in 14.162, 17.551); as fem. pl., h.Ven.267; ϝηέ dub. in GDI1267.23 (Pamphylia): for the forms σφε, μιν, νιν, ἵ, σφωέ, σφεῖς, v. sub vocc.    B MEANINGS:    I him, her, ἐπεί ἑό φημι βίῃ πολὺ φέρτερος εἶναι Il.15.165; ἅλις δέ οἱ· ἀλλὰ ἕκηλος ἐρρέτω· ἐκ γάρ εὑ φρένας εἵλετο μητίετα Ζεύς 9.376-7; περὶ κεῖνον ὀΐζυε καί ἑ φύλασσε 3.408; ἡ δέ οἱ κόμη ὤμους κατεσκίαζε Archil.29, etc.: this use is not found in Prose, exc. in dialects, IG4.506 (Argos), 7.2407.7 (Boeot.), Berl.Sitzb.1927.169 (Cyrene); ἀπέλαβε τήν οἱ ὁ πατὴρ εἶχε ἀρχήν his father, Hdt.3.15, cf. 4.50, al.    II as ἐμέ can be used reflexively (αὐτὰρ ἐγὼν ἐμὲ λύσομαι Il.10.378), so also (οὗ, οἷ) , Ἀχιλῆα, ἕο μέγ' ἀμείνονα φῶτα, ἠτίμησεν Il.2.239; ἡ δ' ἔξοχα λυγρὰ ἰδυῖα οἷ τε κατ' αἶσχος ἔχευε καὶ ἐσσομένῃσιν ὀπίσσω Od.11.433; ἡ δὲ . . ἀπὸ ἕο κάββαλεν υἱόν Il.5.343: later this reflex. sense is found only when the Pron. is used in a subordinate clause or construction (esp. acc. c. inf.) and refers to the subject of the principal Verb, e.g. προηγόρευε τοῖς Ἀθηναίοις . . ὅτι Ἀρχίδαμος μέν οἱ ξένος εἴη . . καὶ μηδεμίαν οἱ ὑποψίαν κατὰ ταῦτα γίγνεσθαι Th.2.13.    2 οὗ ἕ οἷ in combination with αὐτοῦ, αὐτόν, etc. forms a reflex. Pron. used without the foregoing restriction: in Hom. the two words are separate, e.g. πειρήθη δ' ἕο αὐτοῦ ἐν ἔντεσι δῖος Ἀχιλλεύς Il.19.384, cf. 5.64, al.: later they form one word, v. ἑαυτοῦ. [ὅς 'ϝ' ἄξει, i.e. with elision of 'ϝέ, must be read or understood for ὃς ἄξει, Il.24.154, in view of ὅς σ' ἄξει in l. 183, and so prob. in 1.195 (cf. 208), 4.315 (ὥς 'ϝ'), 16.545 (μή 'ϝ'), Od.5.135 (ἠδέ 'ϝ'): so ἔνθα 'ϝ (οι) ἔσαν is conjectured for ἔνθ' ἔσαν οἱ Il.6.289 (cf. ἔνθα οἱ ἦσαν ὕες Od.15.556), also ἀμφὶ δέ 'ϝ (οι) ὄσσε in Il.5.310: the elided acc. ϝ' is prob. to be recognized in δὸς δέ ϝ' ἰν ἀνθρο ¯ ποις δόξαν ἔχε ¯ ν ἀγαθ (ά) ν IG14.652 (Metapontum), rather than ϝιν.] ( from *swe, ἑέ from *sewe, cogn. with ὅς (Possess.) and ἑός, qq. v.)

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Henry George Liddell; Robert Scott [1940], A Greek-English Lexicon; Machine readable text (Trustees of Tufts University, Oxford) [word count] [greatscott54].
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