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Verbs of Plenty and Want.


Verbs of Plenty and Want sometimes govern the genitive (cf. §409. a. x.): -

NOTE: Verbs of plenty and want more commonly take the ablative (see §409. a, 401), except egeo, which takes either case, and indigeo. But the genitive is by a Greek idiom often used in poetry instead oi the ablative with all words denoting separation and want (cf. § 357. b. 3): -