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747D

1. Hom. has τίθησθα, τίθησι and τιθεῖ, τιθεῖσι; διδοῖς and διδοῖσθα, δίδωσι (usually) and διδοῖ, διδοῦσι, ῥηγνῦσι from ῥηγνυ-ντι, ἴα_σι they go and ἔα_σι they are. On ἵ_στασκε see cross495. Mid. ἐμάρναο from μάρναμαι.

2. Hdt. has τιθεῖ τιθεῖσι; ἱστᾷ is doubtful; διδοῖς, διδοῖ, διδοῦσι, ἴα_σι ἔα_σι, -νῦσι and -νύουσι. Middle: -αται and -ατο (imperf.) for -νται, -ντο in τιθέαται ἐτιθέατο, ἱστέαται ἱ_στέατο, δυνέαται ἐδυνέατο. -αται, -ατο have been transferred from the perfect and pluperfect of consonant stems, such as γεγράφαται, ἐγεγράφατο ( cross465 f).

3. Doric has ἵστα_μι, and α_ for η in all tenses (στά_σω, ἔστα_σα, ἔστα_ν); -τι in 3 sing. τίθητι; -ντι in 3 pl. τίθεντι, δίδοντι.

4. Aeolic has τίθης, τίθη, τίθεισι; ἴστα_ς, ἴστα_; δίδως, δίδω; δάμνα_ς.

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