Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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1529WITH ADJECTIVES, ETC.

Many adjectives and adverbs, and some substantives, take the instrumental dative by the same construction as the corresponding verbs.

σύμμαχος αὐτοῖς their ally D. 9.58, χώρα_ ὅμορος τῇ Λακεδαιμονίων a country bordering on that of the Lacedaemonians 15. 22, ἀκόλουθα τούτοις conformable to this 18. 257. So κοινός (cp. cross1414), σύμφωνος, συγγενής, μεταίτιος, and διάφορος meaning at variance with.—ἑπομένως τῷ νόμῳ conformably to the law P. L. 844e, ὁ ἑξῆς νόμος τούτῳ the law next to this D. 21.10. Many of the adjectives belonging here also take the genitive when the idea of possession or connection is marked.—ἅμα chiefly in the meaning at the same time.—κοινωνία_ τοῖς ἀνδράσι intercourse with men P. R. 466c, ἐπιδρομὴ τῷ τειχίσματι attack on the fort T. 4.23.

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