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Both Cunliffe and the LSJ include both εἶδον (aorist, “saw”) and οἶδα (perfect, “know”) under the same rubric, which can be very misleading to intermediate students of Greek: yes, etymologically the…

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1. From the stem ἐρ/ρ (originally ϝερ/ϝρ, ε-grade and zero-grade) derive a number of forms associated with λέγω, and meaning “to say”: one of the futures (ἐρέω); the perfect active εἴρηκα;…

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