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Sorry, but the Dreimorengesetz described is not such, it is the Latin antepaenultima-rule. In which the one or two morae of last syllable are immaterial.

Co-N-di-tus (masc. nom. sing.) has same accent as co-N-di-to-(o)s (masc. acc. pl.) in Latin.

It is on Greek where you have a nearly strict Dreimorengesetz: HY-do-or HY-da-tos

but Gen. pl.:


due to omega in last syllable (long o, = o-(o) above) and Dreimorengesetz.

It is set out of play in some Attic forms, but otherwise stable. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 14:11, 5 November 2009 (UTC)