Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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680

The inflection of most second aorists of ω-verbs is like that of an imperfect of ω-verbs in the indicative, and like that of a present in the other moods.

ἔ-λιπο-νἔ-λυ_ο-νλίπελῦε
ἐ-λιπό-μηνἐ-λυ_ό-μηνλιποῦ ( cross424 b. 2)λύ_ου
λίπωλύ_ωλιπεῖν (λιπέ-εν, 424 c)λύ_ειν (λύ_ε-εν)
λίπω-μαιλύ_ω-μαιλιπέ-σθαιλύ_ε-σθαι
λιπο-ί-μηνλυ_ο-ί-μηνλιπώνλύ_ων
λιπό-μενοςλυ_ό-μενος

For the loss of ς in -σο in the second person singular see cross465 b.

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