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22.158 Reciprocal Pronouns

Make sure you read Croy section 158 where he discusses the reciprocal pronoun. Since the reciprocal pronoun is used to describe interactions among the members of a group (two or more people), this pronoun only has plural forms, and like the reflexive pronoun, it has no nominative form. You need to be able to recognize and understand these forms:

ἀλλήλων: of one another, one another's (genitive)
ἀλλήλοις (fem. ἀλλήλαις): to one another, for each other (dative)
ἀλλήλους (fem. ἀλλήλας): one another, each other (accusative)

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