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275D

1. Hom. has βασιλῆος, -ῆι, -ῆα, -εῦ, -ῆες, -εῦσι (and -ήεσσι), -ῆας. Also -έος, -έϊ, -έα, from the stem εϝ εw. -εῦς and -εῖ for -έος and -έϊ are not common. Ἀτρεύς, Τυ_δεύς have (ϝ) -ος etc. regularly (Τυ_δῆ from Τυ_δέα). Hdt. has -έος, -έϊ or -εῖ, -έα, -εῦ, -έες, -έων, -εῦσι, -έας.

2. Hom. has γρηῦς or γρηΰς, γρηΐ, γρηῦ and γρηΰ; the unattic βόεσσι (and βουσί), βόας (and βοῦς), βῶν acc. sing. H 238. The Doric nom. sing. is βῶς, acc. pl. βῶς.

3. The declension of ναῦς in Doric, Homer, and Herodotus is as follows:

SINGULARPLURAL
DoricHomerHdt.DoricHomerHdt.
Nom.ναῦ-ςνηῦ-ςνηῦ-ςνᾶ-εςνῆ-ες,νέ-ες
νέ-ες
Gen.να_-όςνη-ός,νε-όςνα_-ῶννη-ῶν,νε-ῶν
νε-ός(and νη-ός?)νε-ῶν
Dat.να_-ΐνη-ΐνη-ΐναυ-σί (ν),νηυ-σί (ν) νηυ-σί
νά_-εσσι (ν) νή-εσσι (ν), νέ-εσσι (ν)
Acc.ναῦ-ννῆ-α,νέ-ανᾶ-αςνῆ-ας,νέ-ας
νέ-ανέ-ας

Hom. has ναυσί in ναυσικλυτός.

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