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526cD

Hom. has ἐΐσκω liken for ϝεϝί (κ) -σκω, also ἴσκω from ϝί (κ) -σκω, τιτύ (κ) -σκομαι prepare, δε-δί (κ) -σκομαι welcome.

d. A stop consonant is dropped before -σκω ( cross99); as δι-δά (κ) -σκω teach (cp. δι-δακ-τός), ἀλύ (κ) -σκω avoid, λά (κ) -σκω speak. πάσχω suffer is for πα (θ) -σκω ( cross126).

e. The present stem often shows the strong grades ω (weak ο) and α_ or η (weak α). See b, c. Weak grades appear in φάσκω say, βόσκω feed.

f. On the iteratives in -σκω see cross495.

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