Aias wrote:...It says in chapter 16 that all six principle parts will be provided for the verbs unless they do not occur in the text. They gave me 3 verbs with all 6 pp and I get it so far. Then in Chapter 17 they start giving me verbs with only 3 pp's. Okay, they rest might not occur in the text but which pp's are they? As of now I have no way of telling.
Aias wrote:I want to read the Iliad ASAP so I should obviously start with Homer, right.
impf. ηὗδον Pl.Smp.203b, E.Rh.763, 779, εὗδον Il.2.2, Theoc. 2.126; Ep. iter. εὕδεσκε Il.22.503: fut. εὑδήσω A.Ag.337: aor. εὕδησα （καθ-) Hp.Int.12:—sleep, Il.2.19, Hdt.1.34, etc.: c. acc. cogn., ὁππότ' ἂν αὖτε εὕδῃσθα γλυκὺν ὕπνον Od.8.445; ὕπνον οὐκ εὐδαίμονα E.HF1013; γλυκερὸν καὶ ἐγέρσιμον ὕπνον Theoc.24.7; μακρὸν ἀτέρμονα νήγρετον ὕπνον Mosch.3.104; ὕπνῳ γ' εὕδοντα slumbering in sleep, S.OT65; εὕδειν . . παρὰ χρυσέῃ Ἀφροδίτῃ Od.8.337, cf. 342; ξὺν ὁμήλικι εὕδειν Thgn.1063; ὅλην διατελεῖν νύκτα εὕδοντα Pl.Lg.807e; of the sleep of death, Πρόμαχος δεδμημένος εὕδει ἔγχει ἐμῷ Il.14.482; οὑμὸς εὕδων . . νέκυς S.OC621.
metaph., rest, be still, ὄφρ' εὕδῃσι μένος Βορέαο Il.5.524; εὑδέτω πόντος εὑδέτω δ' ἄμοτον κακόν Simon. 37.15, cf. A.Ag.566; πόλεμον εὕδοντ' ἐπεγείρει Sol.4.19; εὕδουσιν ὀρέων κορυφαί Alcm.60.1; οὔπω κακὸν τόδ' εὕδει E.Supp.1147 (lyr.); εὕδει χάρις sleeps, ceases, Pi.I.7(6).17; οὔποθ' εὕδει λυπρά σου κηρύγματα E.Hec.662; of the mind or heart, to be at ease, πυκνῆς ἀκοῦσαι ψακάδος εὑδούσῃ φρενί S.Fr.636, cf. Theoc.2.126; of persons, take one's ease, be inactive, κεἰ βραδὺς εὕδει S.OC307; Γοργίαν ἐάσομεν εὕδειν we will let him rest, Pl.Phdr.267a. (καθεύδω is generally used in Att. and later Prose, exc. Pl. Il.c., X.Cyn.5.11.)
Lex wrote:The principal part tenses are the present, future, aorist, perfect, perfect middle, & aorist passive; 1st person singular for all. (BTW, Schoder & Horrigan Ch. 16 says pluperfect middle is the PP tense. Pharr says perfect middle. Can someone confirm which is correct?)
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