Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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ἁλίσκεσθαι (ἁλῶναι) be convicted, ὀφλισκάνειν lose a suit, φεύγειν be prosecuted are equivalent to passives: ἐά_ν τις ἁλῷ κλοπῆς . . . κἂ_ν ἀστρατεία_ς τις ὄφλῃ if any one be condemned for theft . . . and if any one be convicted of desertion D. 24.103, ἀσεβεία_ς φεύγοντα ὑπὸ Μελήτου being tried for impiety on the indictment of Meletus P. A. 35d. ὀφλισκάνειν may take δίκην as a cognate accus. (ὠφληκέναι δίκην to be cast in a suit Ar. Av. 1457); the crime or the penalty may stand in the genitive (with or without δίκην), or in the accusative: ὁπόσοι κλοπῆς ἢ δώρων ὄφλοιεν all who had been convicted of embezzlement or bribery And. 1.74, ὑφ' ὑ_μῶν θανάτου δίκην ὀφλών having incurred through your verdict the penalty of death, ὑπὸ τῆς ἀληθεία_ς ὠφληκότες μοχθηρία_ν condemned by the truth to suffer the penalty of wickedness P. A. 39b.

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