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417 SECOND PERFECT OF μι-VERBS

A few verbs of the μι class have a second perfect and pluperfect. Only the dual and plural occur; for the singular, the first perfect and pluperfect are used. The second perfect and pluperfect of ἵστημι are inflected as follows:

SECOND PERFECT
IndicativeSubjunctiveOptativeImperative
S. 1. (ἕστηκα) standἑ-στῶἑ-σταίη-ν (poetic)
2. (ἕστηκας) ἑ-στῇ-ςἑ-σταίη-ςἕ-στα-θι (poetic)
3. (ἕστηκε) ἑ-στῇἑ-σταίηἑ-στά-τω
D. 2. ἕ-στα-τονἑ-στῆ-τονἑ-σταῖ-τον or -αίητον ( cross461 b) ἕ-στα-τον
3. ἕ-στα-τονἑ-στῆ-τονἑ-σταί-την or -αιήτηνἑ-στά-των
P. 1. ἕ-στα-μενἑ-στῶ-μενἑ-σταῖ-μεν or -αίημεν
2. ἕ-στα-τεἑ-στῆ-τεἑ-σταῖ-τε or -αίητεἕ-στα-τε
3. ἑ-στᾶσιἑ-στῶ-σιἑ-σταῖε-ν or -αίησανἑ-στά-ντων

INFINITIVEἑ-στά-ναιPARTICIPLEἑ-στώ-ς, ἑ-στῶσα, ἑ-στός ( cross309 a)

SECOND PLUPERFECT
S. 1. (εἱστήκη) stoodD. 2. ἕ-στα-τονP. 1. ἕ-στα-μεν
2. (εἱστήκης) 3. ἑ-στά-την2. ἕ-στα-τε
3. (εἱστήκει) 3. ἕ-στα-σαν

For a list of second perfects of the μι form, see cross704-705.

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