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ὅ γε

Ὄττω τις ἔραται -> Whatever one loves best | Whom you desire most
Sappho
Full diacritics: γε ὅ γε Medium diacritics: γε ὅ γε Low diacritics: γε&OUTPUT=kwic&ORTHMODE=ORG&CONJUNCT=PHRASE&DISTANCE=3&author=&title=&POLESPAN=5&THMPRTLIMIT=1&KWSS=1&KWSSPRLIM=500&trsortorder=author%2C+title&editor=&pubdate=&language=&shrtcite=&genre=&sortorder=author%2C+title&dgdivhead=&dgdivtype=&dgsubdivwho=&dgsubdivn=&dgsubdivtag=&dgsubdivtype= ο γε Capitals: γε Ο ΓΕ
Transliteration A: γε&title=Special:Search&go=Go&fulltext=1 hó ge Transliteration B: γε ho ge Transliteration C: γε o ge Beta Code: γε o(/ge

English (LSJ)

ἥ γε, τό γε, the demonstr. Pron. ὁ, ἡ, τό, made slightly (if at all) more emphatic by the addition of γε,

   A he, she, it :    I Τεῦκρον . . καὶ Λήϊτον... τοὺς ὅ γ' ἐποτρύνων Il.13.94 ; πάντες ἄρ' οἵ γ' ἔθελον 7.169 ; κεῖνος ὅ γε . . ἧσται there he sitteth, 19.344 ; with a Subst., ὅ γ' ἥρως he the hero, 5.327 ; τόν γε ἄνακτα ib.794.    II in one clause of a disjunctive sentence, either the former, πατὴρ δ' ἐμός . . ζώει ὅ γ' ἦ τέθνηκε Od.2.132, cf. 3.90,4.821 ; or the latter, ἤ τινας ἐκ Πύλου ἄξει... ἢ ὅ γε καὶ Σπάρτηθεν 2.327 ; so λάθοι ἂν ἤτοι μανεὶς ἢ ὅ γε ἀπόπληκτος γενόμενος Hdt.2.173 : so also in an adversative clause, Θέτις δ' οὐ λήθετ' ἐφετμέων... ἀλλ' ἥ γ' ἀνεδύσετο Il.1.496, cf. 11.226.    III after ὥς (thus), ib.136,al.    IV Adverbial usages :    1 dat. τῇ γε, there, at that point, 6.435.    2 acc. neut. τό γε, on that account, 5.827, Od.17.401.