Kopio wrote:I'd expect some sort of reduplication or at least a lengthened initial vowel after the preposition.
annis wrote:The leading diphthong, Îµá¼°-, is already as long as it can be. Homer might contrive to augment such stems (cf. á¼”ÎµÎ¹Ï€Î¿Î½) but not in later Greek.
Edit: I'd add that initial Îµá¼°- in verbs often seems to be an oddball.
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