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subj. of the aor. of aireo^

Postby Junya » Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:31 am

Aor. of haireo^ is eila or eilon.
I'm not sure about its Subj. forms.
elo^metha ?
Teach me please the principle of how to make Subj. and Opt. from the Indic. Aor. form with initial double vowel like eilon.
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Re: subj. of the aor. of aireo^

Postby Qimmik » Mon Mar 17, 2014 10:38 am

The (second) aorist indicative active form is εἷλον.

In the case of this verb, εἷ- is lengthened by augment.

The aorist stem without augment is ἑλ-. Aorist subjunctive active is ἕλ-ω, ἕλ-ῃς, etc.; optative is ἕλ-οιμι, ἕλ-οις, etc.
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Re: subj. of the aor. of aireo^

Postby Junya » Mon Mar 17, 2014 11:28 pm

Thank you Qimmik :D
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