Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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οὔτε . . . οὐδέ corresponds to the sequence of τὲ . . . δέ in affirmative clauses. The emphatic οὐδέ here adds a new negative idea as after any other preceding negative; and is most common after οὔτε . . . οὔτε: neither . . . nor . . . no, nor yet (nor . . . either). οὐδέ is often followed by an

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emphasizing particle, as αὖ, γέ, μήν. Thus, οὔτε πόλις οὔτε πολι_τεία_ οὐδέ γ' ἀνήρ neither a State nor a constitution nor yet an individual P. R. 499b, μήτε παιδεία_ . . . μήτε δικαστήρια μήτε νόμοι μηδὲ ἀνάγκη μηδεμία neither education nor courts of justice nor laws, no nor yet restraint P. Pr. 327d.

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