Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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The following verbs commonly use the future middle in a passive sense. (All of these have the future passive in late Greek, except ἀμφις βητέω, ἐάω, εἴργω, ἐνεδρεύω, οἰκέω, παιδαγωγέω, προαγορεύω, στρεβλόω, στυγέω.)

ἀγνοέω not to knowεἴργω shutμαστι_γόω whipστρεβλόω rack
ἀγωνίζομαι contendἐκπλύ_νω wash outοἰκέω inhabitστυγέω hate (poet.)
ἀδικέω wrongἐνεδρεύω lie in waitὁμολογέω agreeταράττω disturb
ἀμφισβητέω disputeforὀνειδίζω reproachτηρέω guard
ἀνοίγνυ_μι open, C.I.A.ἐπιβουλεύω plotπαιδαγωγέω edu-τρέφω nourish
2. 1054 (not foundagainstcateτρί_βω rub
in literature)ἐχθαίρω hateπολεμέω wage warὕ_ω rain
ἄρχω ruleἔχω haveπροαγορεύω fore-φιλέω love
διδάσκω teachθεραπεύω tendtellφυλάττω guard
ἐάω permitκωλύ_ω preventσταθμάω measure

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