Re: "No Man" in the Odyssey

From: Randy Leedy (
Date: Wed Jan 15 1997 - 08:47:31 EST

Thanks, Carl. Now I'll have to get into my Liddell & Scott to see
whether this is the Homeric form of OUDEIS/OUQEIS, or whether it is a
different word, OU + TIS. It gets a person wondering whether perhaps
there is a root connection between hEIS and TIS. It also makes me
wonder where there's a connection with the English name Otis.
Questions, questions, questions. Why does one always lead to at least
three more?


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