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227D

Hdt. has μνέαι, μνεῶν, μνέα_ς, γῆ and γεῶν, Ἑρμῆς, Βορῆς. Hom. has Αθηναίη, γῆ (and γαῖα), συ_κέη, Ἑρμεία_ς 214 D. 2, Βορέης.

SINGULAR
ἡ μνᾶ minaἡ συ_κῆ fig treeὁ Βορρᾶς Boreasὁ Ἑρμῆς Hermes
(μνα_- for (συ_κη- for (Βορρα_- for (Ἑρμη- for
μναα_-) συ_κεα_-) Βορεα_- cross117) Ἑρμεα_-)
Nom.μνᾶσυ_κῆΒορρᾶ-ςἙρμῆ-ς
Gen.μνᾶςσυ_κῆςΒορροῦἙρμοῦ
Dat.μνᾷσυ_κῇΒορρᾷἙρμῆ
Acc.μνᾶ-νσυ_κῆ-νΒορρᾶ-νἙρμῆ-ν
Voc.μνᾶσυ_κῆΒορρᾶἙρμῆ

DUAL
N. A. V.μνᾶσυ_κᾶἙρμᾶ
G. D.μναῖνσυ_καῖνἙρμαῖν

PLURAL
N. V.μναῖσυ_καῖἙρμαῖ
Gen.μνῶνσυ_κῶνἙρμῶν
Dat.μναῖςσυ_καῖςἙρμαῖς
Acc.μνᾶςσυ_κᾶςἙρμᾶς

The dual and plural of Ἑρμῆς mean statues of Hermes.

Other examples: ἡ Ἀθηνᾶ Athena (from Ἀθηνα (ι) α_-), γῆ earth (γεα_- or γαα_-) with no plural in Attic, ἡ γαλῆ weasel (γαλεα_-), ἡ ἀδελφιδῆ niece (ἀδελφιδεα_-), ὁ Ἀπελλῆς Apelles (Ἀπελλεα_-).

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