justplainpossum wrote:However, are you saying that what Pharr writes in 601 is indeed incorrect? That in compensative lengthening, epsilon should become eta (not ει) and omicron should become omega (and not ου)? If so, I'll correct it in my book.
justplainpossum wrote:No, I am not familiar with Smyth.
justplainpossum wrote:In 601 it says that omicron, by compensative lengthening, becomes oυ, but 681 reads that δαιmov becomes daimων and γεροντ becomes γερων (which is what I thought it should do). Which is correct? Is there something here that I am not understanding correctly?
601 also says that epsilon becomes ει. Why doesn't it become η?
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