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ἀέκων is morphologically a participle (or rather a negation of a participle ἕκων "willing"); it declines just like present participles of the λύων type, so its stem is ἀέκοντ-, and the feminine is ἀέκουσα like λύουσα. You can tell this from its dictionary entry, which should tell you that the genitive masculine is ἀέκοντος (rather than ἀέκονος). ...


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