Can anyone help me find the Smyth entry or equivalent for the rule concerning variations in the accentuation of compounds? I'm thinking of the difference in meaning between, for lack of a better example (or even an actual one, since LSJ hastens to correct me that in this case there is only one version), φιλολόγος and φιλόλογος, when one of those would mean lover of speech the other one who speaks about love.
Thanks a lot!
PS: I just found out this link.
http://books.google.pt/books?id=kA_kwOk ... &q&f=false