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Ἐδιζησάμην ἐμεωυτόν -> I searched out myself
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P. and V. σός, or use V. [[σέθεν]]; e. g., [[κασίγνητος]] [[σέθεν]], <b class="b2">thy brother</b> (Eur., ''El.'' 840; very common in Eur.).
<b class="b2">Do you realise your sad plight?</b> V. αἰσθάνει κακῶν [[σέθεν]]; (Eur. ''Tro.'' 744).

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P. and V. σός, or use V. σέθεν; e. g., κασίγνητος σέθεν, thy brother (Eur., El. 840; very common in Eur.).

Do you realise your sad plight? V. αἰσθάνει κακῶν σέθεν; (Eur. Tro. 744).

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