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nounAncient Greek Grammar
Conventional name for the thematic or second aorist (ἔλιπον), characterized by a thematic e/o vowel, in contrast with the sigmatic or weak aorist (ἔλειψα), formed with an -s(a) suffix.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Bibliotheca Sacra.
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