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A Greek and English Dictionary

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GIFT OF W. H. Ivie

GREEK AND ENGLISH

DICTIONARY,
COMPRISING

ALL THE WORDS

IN

THE WRITINGS OF THE MOST POPULAR
5

GREEK AUTHORS
WITH THE

DIFFICULT INFLECTIONS IN THEM AND IN THE

SEPTUAGINT AND NEW TESTAMENT:
DESIGNED FOR* THE USE OF SCHOOLS
AND THE

UNDERGRADUATE COURSE OF A COLLEGIATE EDUCATION.

BY THE REV. JOHN GROVES.
WITH CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONAL MATTER,

BT THE AMERICAN EDITOR.

A*

rd ,av

Ip/apt

PllCD.

BOSTON: HILLIARD, GRAY AND COMPANY.
L834L

DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, towt:
District Clerk's Office.

BE IT RSMSMBSHID, That on the twentieth day of Jane, A. D. 1828. in the fifty-second year of the Indopon dence of the United States of America, Hilliard, Gray, Tattle, and Wilkins, of the said district, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors, in the words following, tovstt.
" A Greek and English Dictionary, comprising all the Words in the Writings of the most popular Greek Authors with the Difficult Inflections in them and in the Septuagint and New Testament designed (or the Use of Schools and the Undergraduate Course of a Collegiate Education. By the Rev. John Groves. With Corrections and Additional Matter, by the American Editor.
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na

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FIND."
In conformity to the act of the Congress of the United States, entitled, " An 'Act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies " An Act during the times therein mentioned ;" and also to an act, entitled, supplementary to an act, entitledj An Act for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, charts, and books, to tho authors ana proprietors of such copies during tho times therein mentioned ; and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and etching historical and other prints."

JNO.

W. DAVIS,

Clerk of the District

f Massachusetti.

SIFT OF

v.

V

PREFACE.

THE

object

of the

compiler of this work

was

to

offer

to the public

a DICTIONARY, which

young Greek scholars could use
full

with

ease

and
as

advantage to themselves; but sufficiently a Book that would answer they advanced
;

to be equally serviceable

for School,' for College,

and more

particularly, for reading the

New
its

not without a conviction of

Testament and the Septuagint. It was necessity, founded on experience, that this
answer the proposed end
merits.
will

work was undertaken.

How

far it will

be best

known

to those

who make
is

a trial of

its

To

explain

how

that has

>een attempted

the purpose of these pages.

To give English significations for Greek words is the original principle Dn which this Dictionary was compiled. The surprising ease with which ^ery young boys understood the Gospels, with the assistance of Parkhurst's
Dictionary,
;he

suggested the commencement of this work. They translated Gospels with much more facility, than the Latin elementary books they ffere reading at the same time although this Dictionary, then the only one
;

vhich gaye English explanations for the Greek words, afforded by no means The superior ease with which (/ .ufficient assistance for beginners.
;ould be thus
f

learned, even under this disadvantage, suggested the thought
this
difficulty

removing

English significations,
ffers.

by the publication of a Dictionary, which to would add the several assistances that this now

In the arrangement of the words, the alphabetical method has been adoptIn this d as best suited to the capacity and diligence of the young learner.
espect,

and

in

some

others, this Dictionary resembles the

Greek and Latin

The outline of the ,exicon of Schrevelius, for a long time used in schools. Ian of each is very similar but this differs* from Schrevelius in many parti;

ulars,

some of which
after

Immediately

hoped will appear to be improvements. each word is placed its form of declension or conjugait is
;

such as the Attic genitive on, together with any peculiarity attending it f contracted nouns, the future or perfect of any dialect peculiar to certain
3rbs,

&c.
is

Next
.tention
ire

Particular placed the derivation or composition of the word. has been paid to this part of the work. In most Lexicons the
is
it

theme

ipw how

usually set at the end of the word, without any attempt to forms a part of the word to which it is thus attached and
;

iv

PREFACE.

often without any signification in Latin or English.

The

incapacity or in'

dolence of the great majority of school-boys, is thus left without any thing to while industry and attention are damped excite the one or assist the other and discouraged. Here, the composition or derivation, generally followed
;

by the original theme,
the eye.

is set

The

English of these words

before the English signification, so as to catch is always given, so that the connexion

between them and the present word may be perceived, and a judgment formed how the one. is deduced from the other. Where a word is compounded

made

with an adverb, preposition, or other particle, an attempt has always been to give the meaning of that part, or to show the effect it has in alter-

This has often ing the signification of the word to which it is prefixed. been difficult, and sometimes has remained unsatisfactory because the word often takes several significations, from the different slhades of expression
;

In a few obvious instances this given by the various powers of the particle. effect has been noticed but generally all farther explanations have been
;

avoided, experience having convinced the compiler that young learners do not attend to them and scholars will require much more than can be given in a work that beginners can use with ease and advantage.
:

The English significations of the Greek word follow next. These have been selected from a careful comparison of the Latin of Stephens' Thesaurus,

Scapula, Damm, Schleusner, and in many instances, other Lexicons have been consulted with advantage. Some few very unusual significations, occurring only in authors likely to be read by very advanced scholars, have

been omitted.
signification
;

In this part two or three synonyms have been given for each and the most usual or vernacular expressions have been intro-

duced, that thus the Greek sentence
ajso of the Indexes or Vocabularies

may

fall

into familiar English.
to

Several

annexed

new

editions of school books,

have been looked into; so that, it is hoped, that the significations thus and that the latter, having been chosen for selected, will be found correct
;

these particular authors, will catch the attention of the young scholar, while engaged in translating their writings, as being well adapted to his immediate reading.

from dialect, &,c. and some of the more
added.

After the significations are subjoined, any irregularities or varieties arising difficult inflections of each word are
a sketch of the

Such

is

mode of arrangement
this

pursued.

It

may be

proper

to mention, by
attention.

what additions

DICTIONARY hopes

to claim the student's

A

considerable

number of new words have been introduced.

.

These

consist of words occurring in the authors usually read, and in the Septuawhich are not to be found in Schrevelius. They are also taken from gint,

the Greek tragedies
latterly introduced,

now generally read at schools, from elementary books and from Mr. Walker's new selection of Lucian's DiaDICTIONARY
will,

logues,

So

that this

be found to answer

for the study

PREFACE.

T

of those introductory works alluded to; for the New Testament, and the Gieek translation of the Old for Homer for most of Lucian's Dialogues and his i for the works of Xenophon for some of the orators
;

;

;

and Greek tragedians comprising a copious school course, and a large A book of this portion of the Greek authors read in our Universities.
;

kind, applicable to so many authors, must be generally useful, though it cannot aspire to the name of a universal Greek Dictionary. An attempt
to

do so would extend

it

far
:

beyond the
especially

limits of a

companion

for the school
is

boy, or the College student
into consideration.

when

the following addition

taken

All the inflected parts of words
in this

which are

in Schrevelius are to be found
-

consist of oblique cases of many nouns, pronouns, and participles of persons, tenses, moods, &-c. of verbs, andf comprise all the difficult variations occurring in Homer, and those

Dictionary, with

others.
;

These

other

Greek books

just mentioned.

When

it

is

considered that there are
to their

instances of oblique cases,
natives,
their

which retain but small resemblance

nomi-

and that in verbs, even those perfectly regular, there are parts unlike themes, both at the beginning, and in the middle, as well as in their

must be acknowledged to be not only a useful, but even a of a Greek Dictionary. And when the numerous varieties necessary part and irregularities of words in most common use are taken into account, this
Terminations, this

of the work will appear almost indispensable. There is no English attached to these parts and inflections, but a reference is given to the theme, 9 all the This part of the work has been significations will be found.

where it respects the New Testament for every of case, gender, and number, and of mood, tense, person, &c. occurring in that book, is inserted in this Dictionary; except the. forms of These were considered too obvious to i:nple parisyllabic declensions.
:ularly attended to,
;

variation

any one that had read the Greek Grammar, to require a place here but there is a notification of this omission placed at the head of the list of abbreviations,
;

So considerof direction when any of these inflections occur. an addition of words without any signification, was made from a consideration, that, as the Gospels are very frequently used as an elementary
with a rule
able

book in Greek, beginners would require more of that kind of assistance than There was also another motive. There are many persons, who. others.
long after they have ceased to study languages,
active pursuits of
life, feel,
;

and have embarked

in the

at their leisure hours,

an inclination to renew the

studies of their youth
is

and a more intimate acquaintance with the Bible
of this turn.

a favourite object with persons

A

mind of

this cast, that

retains any recollection
this Dictionary,

of the Greek Grammar,
all it

will,

with the assistance of

has learned, with considerable addithe use of it, every difficulty that occurs in the New Testament, tions. By the student being and in those books already mentioned, will be smoothed
be able to recall
;

made acquainted with

the nature of any inflected word, which long disuse

VI

PREFACE.
;

while sufficient exercise remai: to analyse understanding, in being left to select an appropriate significati( Thus, this Bo( from among the English, given for the theme referred to.

may have rendered him unable

for the

be particularly useful to those who may wish to revive their knowledj Should leisure enable of Greek; ana especially of the New Testament. them to extend their reading to the Greek of the Se inclination dispose tuasint translation of the Old Testament, they will further find in tl
will
1

None of the inflections Dictionary all the words occurring in that book. these words are directly inserted, except a few peculiar terminations, whic seem to be provincialisms, used by the Alexandrian Greeks, who are su
<

but many of these inflectioi posed to have made parts of that translation may be found the same as in other books. These were omitted, because it was unnecessai insert all that may be met with were an endless task
;

;

to

do

so,
;

study

because the books of the Septuagint are not used as an elemental and because the previous reading of the New Testament will giv

sufficient practice of

grammatical analysis

to

enable the student to trace

tr

inflections

Septuagint. study of the entire Bible, of the New Testament in its original language, an of the Old in a language into which it was translated by persons who cannc

in the

Thus

this Dictionary will

answer

for

th

be suspected of having been biassed by any of the schisms that have divide the Church of Christ.

These additions have extended
velius,

this

work a

little

beyond the

size of Schre

There are indee while nothing useful or material has been omitted. no references given or authorities cited, experience having shown the coir piler that young students pay no attention to many of those assistance
which more advanced scholars look
very
little

for in Dictionaries;

while these receiv

benefit from that scanty portion of references or quotations whic]

can be given in a book adapted to the use of schools. Accordingly, afte very mature consideration, every thing has been retrenched that, did not cc
filled

incide with the young scholar's capacity and the room thus made has bee up with what more usually catches his attention. He has here give;
;

to

a

him what he will notice at present, instead of what he may look for a more advanced period of his studies. He has laid before him what wil be immediately useful, for what might be serviceable hereafter. Very fev

phrases are given, and that only when an indeclinable part of speech, joine< with another word, may be construed briefly by an adverbial expression

All this plan could not be put in practice at first, for the propriety of somt but it has beer, parts of it occurred only during the progress of the work adhered to in the course of two rigid revisals that the work very strictly
;

received before

it

went

to the press.

Satisfaction respecting the execution of this work will be best had by inThere specting a few pages, opened indifferently in several parts of the book.
il

will

be observed that the accents have been retained.

The

use of them

whether as a means of acquiring the ancient pronunciation, or of establishing;

PREFACE.
is
;

vi,

because the tone, emphasis, or other ina fixed one, very <jnestionable mark, can hardly be conveyed by words. of voi flection implied by any Such modulatioa^of the voice must be lost with the persons who used them.
: _

The

best

would be

method perhaps of fixing the pronunciation of the ancient Greek These still understand to adopt that of their modern descendants.

the oldest books in that language

more

readily than

Englishmen can read

Whatever marks Chaucer's works, or Wickliffe's translation of the Bible. they m?e might be adopted, becaus? the intonations of the voice implied by
them can be learned by
ancient accents

may

oral instruction from this people. To say that the serve a secondary purpose, and be useful as distinctive

marks of words otherwise
indolence
the
tttat will

similar, is but to make a stupid apology for the not endeavour to discover the signification of a word from tenor of the sentence, and the spirit of the context. However, that the
in this

absence of such assistance may not be alleged as a defect

work, they

are inserted according to the rules for their use generally followed.

The

spiritus lenis,

which only serves
it

to

mark
;

been omitted, because
ginners.

expresses nothing

the absence of the asper, has and creates confusion to be-

The
ed

Apostrophe, Dialysis, and / subscribed have been particularly attend to; and the quantity of the doubtful vowels has been marked.
type
is is

The
paper

better than
all

Under
tionary
is

and distinct, having been cast for the work and the what is generally used for such books. these circumstances, the utility of this Greek and English Dicclear
:

j^Jholar and college student,

anxiously anticipated, as likely to be serviceable to the young in the acquisition of a language remarkable for
its all

the extent of
that

beyond

use in ancient times, and for the extraordinary length of time, other languages it has existed, with some alterations, as a
;

vernacular tongue to the retired gentleman, who can find pleasure in recurring to those early studies which are now considered as an indispensable
part of liberal education,

and an ornament

to the

and

to the thoughtful Christian,

who may wish

to

higher ranks of society imbibe the precepts of the
;

Gospel from their purest source.

NOTICE CONCERNING WORDS FROM THE
EVERY
in the
inflection of case, gender, or

NEW TESTAMENT
or participles occurring

number of nouns, pronouns,

this Dictionary ; except the forms of the simple parisyllabic declensions. Therefore, if any such word is not to be found, its nomicase ends in -a, -77, -aj, -/??, -o?, or -ov, and must be looked for accordingly. native Also every variation of mood, tense, person, &c. of verbs in the New Testament, may be found here. Along with these may be found many other inflections from classical authors. These inflections are not always put directly in column ; but several cases are sometimes inserted under one, as may be observed in iVra, Qvotaa, Mvptddc;. In like manner, tenses, &c. of verbs that resemble each other, are frequently put toSuch words are always separated by a and each begins with a capital letter gether. as may be seen in reypa^/uvoj, E<ncdrtKa, Miayeai.
,

New

Testament, has been inserted in

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.
PARTS OF THE VERB.
act. active

mid. middle
opt. opative
inf. infinitive

ind. indicative

impr. imperative
pres. present impf. imperfect 1 f. or f. first future
1 sin. first

sub. subjunctive

par. participle

2
2
1

f.

second future
aorist

1 a. first

per. or p. perfect pper. pluperfect
ppfut. paulo post future
1 pi. first

a.

second aorist
first

person singular

du.

person dual

person plural

PARTS OF THE NOUN.
mas. masculine
sin. singular
fern,

feminine

neut. neuter

du. dual

pi. plural

n.

nominative

g. genitive

d. dative
v.

a. accusative

vocative

sup. superlative

comp. comparative

JEol. Molic Att. Attic Boeot. Bceotic

Anadipl. Anadiplosis

col. collective

Apoc. Apocope Apos. Apostrophe
Aphaer. Aphaeresis indeclinable Cras. Crasis
Dial. Dialysis

cont. contracted

Dor. Doric

cop. copulative dim. diminutive
enclit. enclitic

Heb.

indecl.

Hebrew

Ion. Ionic

impers. impersonal
irreg. irregular

Lat. Latin LXX. the Septuagint Poet. Poetic
Syrac. Syracusan

Ectas. Ectasis

Epen. Epenthesis Metapl. Metaplasmus Parag. Paragoge Pleon. Pleonasmus
Prosth. Prosthesis

intens. intensive

neg. negative obs. obsolete
priv. privative

redund. redundant

Syn. Synseresis Sync. Syncope Sys. Systole
asp. aspirate
fr.

compos, composition
redupl. reduplication

Adj. adjective

from

Adv. adverb
Prep, preposition Subs, substantive

th.

theme wh. which

GREEK AND ENGLISH
DICTIONARY-

AAZ
A,
the
first

ABA
letters,
|

ABA
steam,
Antichrist,

of the Greek

draw the breath ;

to exhale,

Abaddon,

destruo

rise in vapours. tion, perdition. with a Addrjv, for TjQrjv, 1 a. pass, of adw. A/3dw, f. -au, (fr. a intens. and dot underneath, a, one thou- AdQiK-os, same as ddiKros /3dw, to talk) to earfoZ, praise; In composition it is 1st, Ad/n't?, -co$, >% an instrument used to become famous. sand. in bird-catching or negative, as, boaA/?a6^f, -/of, -oSf, 5, fi, (of a neg. privative, and pd$os, depth) without depth, TOS, visible, a6paros, invisible ; 'AoTTTOf, -ov, 6, f), (fr. a neg. and

called

alpha.

As a numeral

\

mark

it

signifies one, or

I

i

.

'

j

2d, intensive,
stare,

from

as, orw/^w, to -rttvw, to strain ; 3d,

collective,

as, raj, all, arras, all

together ; 4th, redundant, or attack, or subdue others, victori- 'A|3atoj, fr. a intens. and &atos, superfluous, as, dcra^vs, or crdwhich see. n _, an ear of corn;"aj3Ai7;p<j?, ous. In composi- Aaowv, Heb. indecl. The brother A/3aw? , (fr. next) quietly, calmly, or J3X;^pdj, weak. of Moses, the first high priest of tion it takes v after it before a stilly. the Jews. A0aK?is, -tos -oS?, i, 7% (fr. a neg. vowel, as, avapdpnrros, sinless, and $da>, to speak) mi/te, dumb; from a neg. and apaordvw, to 'Aaaa, -as, -t, 1 a. ind. act. Poet, for jjo-o ; and still, quiet, calm. 1 a. ind. mid. Poet, for Ion. for ripdnncav, 3 Dor. for t, as, airs for dre. acdprfv, A, pL a. ind. act. of Also nodpriv ; and 'A, Dor. for {,, the article. 1 a. ind. daQrjv, Poet, for DaQrjv, -w, f. -?;o-w, p. ?)3dw7:a,and $ Dor. for ??, adv. whither. f. pass, of , -/o-w, (fr.d/3a/c^,silent) A, Dor. for u, in g. pi. of to 6e silent, dumb ; to he w, or Adu, to hurt, th. ardw, ignorant. simple nouns, sometimes withwhich and someout an accent, of, not to know.
J

shallow. d-Td), to touch, or id-rtd, to hurt) that may not be touched, "Afiai, (Dor. for ^/3at, nom. used adjectively it consecrated, dedicated ; strong, riffj]) invincible, invulnerable ; that can tender, delicate.
.

pi.

of

Also in Aac-t, 3 pi. pres. ind. act. fr. dr^ii. AfiaKtov, -ov, TO, (dim. of d6a%, a times circumflexed. other cases as, Uoaeicav for Uo- Aaofios, -ov, b, (fr. aaw, to breathe) table) a small table, properly one the -warmth of the breath, breathdivided into lines or squares for In verbs, as, fioaat for crticuJv. the purpose of calculation; a ing ; exhalation, vapour, steam. neut. pi. of os, 5, o, or of, 85, A.dc%tros, and Avac^rrof, -OD, 6, f}, A, draft, or chequer-board. and t^w for Karf^u, A.3aKiaKos, -ov, b, (fr. last) a small ", to. (fr. a neg. to restrain) 7?oi to 6 endured, square, or other shaped piece, of 'A, uiv. of admiring, complainwhich the pavements called tes~ intolerable; grievous, vexatious. ing, wishing pitying ; oh ! ah ! alas ! "A, 5, of 'Aarat, 3 sin. of da//cu, pres. mid. sclated, or mosaic, were composed'; laughing ; ha, a die. ha. or pass, of dftijt. But, for rfaroc, 3 sin. pres. ind. mid. of adw. ~A0aA, adv. of wishing : Oh that f Adaro?, being repeated Aarai, would it were ! a poetic pleonasm. aw or ara w, to 'Aaroj, ~av, 6, ^, (fr. by , -lot -ovt, b, f,, (fr. a neg. na, A^afid, and Apava, Heb. hurt, with a intens.) destrvciiif, the high place ; where the heaand dyw, to break) not to be broinjurious, ruinous, per:, thens and idolatrous Jews used a neg.) ken, firm, strong. gr eedy'^insatiable ; (with " to sacrifice. ij^t, 3 sin. 2 a. ind. act. innocent, harmless ; that neither or ac/cj. favra, a. an. of 'A/3a>-, the name , receives, nor inflicts hurt. of a man. Dor. for ar;c^j. to delude, deceive, f. n?, aa'ffoj, Ada), f. bewilder. 1 a. 0a -KOS, bfObench, table, board, a>, -ffu, p. -Ka (a word mislead^ infatuate, or side-board; a table, or board rmed from the sound of ind. pass, addrrv, and adcQrjV' used for calculation, chess, &c. breathing) to breathe, pant, A.0ao6uv, Heb. indecl. an epithet of

0)

ABI
iffros,

ABP
and
fttbs,

ABP
a APpdicrjaav, Ion.
a
for n(3pdKT)ffav,

a "eg. lived : or (fr. a neg. -ou, 6, fl, (frand |8aimw, to dip) not to be bow) unarmed. or overwhelm- Afcovd, Heb. indecl. sunk, drowned, ed; floating, buoyant; unbaptized.

3

pi. 1 a. ind. act.

of last.

Abiud,

A/3pa^, Ion.forj7/3paj,Ssin.imp.
a|t>pa%w. AfiptKTos, -ov, b, f],
act. of

man's name.
A/?iWo?, -ou,
/Jcdw,
6,
)/,

(fr.
tli.

a neg. and
/ftof,

same as
;,

dfipo
t

'A/Wo?, -ou, o, % &. a neg. and (lair, to dip, or dye) not dyed, colourless, untainted; untempered, blunt.

to

live,

life)

without

life,

lifeless,

inanimate;

delicate)

short-lived; grievous, sorrowful.
SXa/Jf'uj, Aj3Xrf/?wf,

indulge in delicacies, to pamper
one's self, to live delicately. f. -t'fu, (fr. a intens. 3pifa,
/jp('o>,

and AjSAow-

'Afiap, -pos,
,

ro",

a. sin.

-tos,

a kind of cake. mas. cont. of. -ovf, 6, ,% (fr. c neg.
light,

rwj, (fr. next) harmlessly, innocently; safely, securely. 3Xa/?fc, -'05, -o5 f , 6, , (fr. fl

and
ex-

to

nap)

to sleep

from

cess

of food,

to

nap, or slumber

fidpos, weight) to hea*iy{' tnj'hn^, bolritile; easy be ensured -h'*t frur'-lensome, not

and

not

neg. and

/3Xa/?

7,

hurt, th. /JAcnr-

ru, to hurt) harmless, inoffensive, innocent; safe, unhurt, uninjured. cJiargeable.' -^r?rj, ./teas- a roan's name. A/3Xajrro, -ou, 6, ?/, (fr. a neg. and T>Of-> for }?J/;y, g. "sin. of pX&itTta, to hurt) unhurt, not to
i,

after meals; or (fr. o neg. and same) to wake, be watchful, vigilant, or active.

a neg. 3pWf)s, -tos, -ou?, 6, >/, (fr. andjSpt'Ow, to weigh heavy flight
inf. act. of a/3pt'w. ten'AI3popaTr,s,-ov, b, f,, (fr.<i/?po? der, and (3ai vw to walk) one wh,>

not heavy. be hurt, secure; harmless, inno1 a. Apptt-at,
cent.

1 a. inf. act.

o

and

acviaTos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. a neg. (idoavos, a touchstone) unnoi proved, or explored;

A/3Ar/?, -j-frof, 6,

tied,

not examined by torture. ApWavjff-ws, (fr. last) without tried,
or examination, unadvisedly.

f), (fr. a neg. and walks softly, stepping ligMy, /SaXXw, to throw) no ?/ei thrown, or Ao<; TZCU;, fresh, unused; moving stately. delipointed, sharp. 'A(3p6(3ios, -ov, b, f,, (fr. u/?pd? /3Xj7Toj, -ou, 6, //, (fr. same) not cate, and pibs, life) and or struck; unhurt, safe. hit, -ov, b, rj, (fr.same and

'Afipociairos,

6, #, (fr. a neg. oiaira, diet) delicate in manners, p^, -&f -o5s, 5, /;,and A/3X>;a king) without a , -u, -bv, (fr. a redun. and luxurious, voluptuous; affluent, or c/u'ef; indepeninrich. king, ruler, jSX77^p3s, weak) weak, feeble, It is used by Pindar to dent, free; unlike a king. firm. (fr. a intens. 'Afiponos, -ov, b, and /Jpd/ioj, noise, th. /3pf'^w, to A/?ao-tXuru>j, (fr. last) without a signify strong, where the a must unlike a king. be considered as neg. king ; roar) making a loud noise, loud, 'Afiaros, -ov, b, ;/, (fr. a neg. and A/3Xo?, pres. impr. act. cont. of noisy, roaring, clamorous.

Aj3ao-tXuroj, -ou,

and

/3a<nXEuj,

'i,

Paivb), to go) pathless,untrodden, AXofw -w, io sacrifice, offer. 'A(3pbs, -a, -bv, soft, dclicate,tender; unfrequented; impassible, inac- Afioari, Poet, and Dor. for a/?o7Tt, dainty, choice; mild, gentle, tinot to be fr. a and j8oJ/, din) morous, effeminate; affluent, rich; cessible, lofty, steep; (which neg. without war; quietly, tranquilfair, splendid, beautiful. trodden, or entered, holy; lonely,

solitary; accursed.
f.

deserted, desolate;

ly.
A.(3o7]9rja{a, -as,
y,

(fr.

a neg. and
aid,

A^pora^o),f. -trw, (fr. appdrrj, night) to go astray in the dark; to wander, rove, to

AffaTdu,

-wo-u, (fr. last) to desolate, lay waste.

make

(loijQew, to assist)

want of
(fr.

ramble;
-jjffd),

to

err,

misto

helplessness.
ofiOnros, -ov, 6,
titute,
fj,

take, sin.

'A/?/3a, Syriac, indecl./af/ier. 'A/?/3auo, see a/?aua.

same)rfcs- AftpoTfb) -5,

f.

(fr.

same)
ind.

helpless; deadly, incurable.
f},

meet by night.
A(3p6rr],

1

a.

act.

'A/?|3aA, for arrtpaXe or avtpa\e, 3 sin.2 a. ind.
or a
A/3f/3atos,
(3f(3aios,

A.ft6T]dos, -ov, 6,

(fr.

same) past
rd?, mortal)
1
-rjs, r], fr. neg. and /?poan epithet of night, which mortals do not appear,

help, irremediable, incurable.

-ou 5,

17,

(fr.

a neg. and

A/3oXfw, -w, <o mce^, encounter. A&6\n(rav, Ion. for ^jSdA^crav, 3

pi.

in

a. ind. act. of last. night. firm) unstable, weak; inconstant, fickle, wavering, ca- 'Ap"oXo?, -ou, 6,(fr. a neg. and/3aX- 'A(3p6rr]s, -rjros, fj, andDor/A^pdra?, -aro?, a, (fr. uQpbs delicate) Xw, to cast) that has not cast his pricious. (fr. last) first teeth, not lost the mark of softness, tenderness, delicacy ; A.0Ej3<<Jnrc, -i/ros, ^,

weakness ;fickleness,inconstancy,
caprice.

mouth; young. luxury, indulgence. A/3ouXurw?, (fr. a neg. and /?ouX;, A(3p6Tovov, -ov, rb, the herb southcounsel)
hastily,

'AfcX,

Heb. man's name.
6,

indecl.

Abel,

a

unadvisedly, imprudently, inconsi
(fr.

ernwood.
'Aj3poro$, -ov, o,
fiporbs,

A/3f'Xrpof, -a, -ov,
foolish ;

(fr.

a neg. and

rately.
AjSouAi'a, -as, %,

same) rash'

a blockhead.
-as,

A0\Tpia,
dity,

%

(fr. last)

dulness,

want of

ness, folly, imprudence. stupi- 'A/3ouXof, -ou, o, fj,(fr. sa.mc)unadsense, or vised, thoughtless, inconsiderate,

and ?/, (fr. a neg. mortal) immortal, that never dies, perpetual, never ending; divine, ambrosial, balmy.
b,

Appoxairas, -a,
tor

Dor. and Jol.

afipoxairris, -ov, b, (fr. a/?po?

delicate, and %ai'r??, the hair) imprudent, hasty, rash; unforewho is exact about his hair; or Apia, Heb. indecl. Abia, a man's seen, unexpected. name. who has fine hair; delicate, efof A/3ouXdrara, sup. Heb. indecl. Abiathar, a A/3ouXa>s, see aj feminate. Aj3i50ap, man's name. A/?ourf'w, Ion. for a/?ourou, g. of A/3pov('a, -a?, >/, (fr. next) drought, a neg. and ApovTns, -ov, 6, (fr. a neg. and (3ovs, 'A/Jj/JXoj, -ou, 5, (fr. an ox) having no cattle, poor. |3f/3Xoj, a book) without books, -ov, b, f] (fr. a neg. and not wet, unlearned. "A/tya, or 'A|3pa, -as, fi, (fern, of f^w, to moisten) dry, hout rain; thirsty. A.@i\T}vri, -its, aftobs, tender) Habra, or Abra, Abilene, the name of a country. a woman's name ; a maid of 'A(3pvva,oraPpvva,-vv, ra, delayt 'A/3ios, -ou, o, jl, (fr. a neg. and honour, handmaid, servant.. procrastination ; atop, hindrance. a livelihood; or flfo. Heb. indecl. Abraham, a 'Appvvw, f. -vu, (fr. afipbs, delicate) (5toj, A./fyaa//, ne.ce.xman's name. in adorn, dress, deck out, decorate. strength) poor, indigent, Mid. ai3pvvo[tai, to indulge one'* sitous, needy; simple, innocent, Appaodrris, -ov, by Abradates, a
talent; fotty, infatuation.
>*/,

harmless; weak, feeble: or (fr. a intens. and same) rich, wealthy ; strong, hardy, violent; long-

A/3pau

exult. man's name. self, display, boast, vaunt, -w, and A/?p<fyo), fr. a 'A/Jpuro?, -<w, and A/3pwj, -wroj, &, and /tywer/cu, to eat) redund. and j3paxw which see. tl, (fr. oneg.

AI A
1

ATA
cor-

ATA

uneaten,

not

devoured, or

AFA
Ayavwfl, Heb. Ayavwp, Dor.
indecl. cups. for ay>/i'w[>sin.
pi.

AIT
much
ing. or
violently ;

loud roar
o)

ov, b, (fr. last,

and

Aydojiai, see aydia-

Ayacrdf,
cont cont
niire)

-?i,

Ayaxq

ind. act.

3 and 2 Ayarag, AyaxaTe, 2

that

admired,
enviable.

-bv, (fr. ayaw, to ad may, or ought to be wonderful; desirable

carry) the deliverer of an oracular answer; a nuncio, or envoy.
->), -bv, (fr. dyyt\o$ a messenger) of a message or mes-

to

ind. or impr. act Ay7rarw, sin. cont. impr. act. Aya-rrai

pres. inf. act. cont. of Ayas-aw Ayairdfa pres. impr. act. AyairdDor. for ayandfyvffi, 3 pi fyvTi, pres. ind. act. of
for nyaird(o. AyaTTd^ia, Poet,

AydcTiap, -opos, b, (fr. yaorjjp, the womb) an uterin
brother,

a

coll.

anc

senger; angelical.
AyyfXtwrjyj, -ov,
-iSos,
>],

a brother by

the

sam

(fr.

b, and AyyeAt&mj, same) a messenger.

mother.

Ayy\\6vT<i>v,
act. Att. for

g.

pi.

par. pres.

n. pi AyairaTil, Dor. for ayairrjTd,

of aya~rj~6S'
\yaTrdtii, -to, f. ->;C"U>, p. rjyn^rjKa, to be strictly'unilcd in affection, to love, cherish, prefer, delight in,

which yields the gum ammonia. impr. act. of and Dor. Ayaua, AyyAXw, f. -tXw, p. yavti, -ifc, j'/yyeX/ca, to deliver a message, (fern, of p*?xt) Agave, a woman's or threat, name. warning ; to denounce, tell, de,"},

ayytXXfrwo-av, pres.

proud, haughty. Ayavpbs, -d, -bv, (fr. a intens. anc yavpos, haughty )haughty, proud, TTi'/ffas. par. per. pass, r/yaxr/pf arrogant; daring, presumptuous^ Ayarrij, -??, ;, (fr. last) love,frien.dvehement, outrageous, furious, fierce; luxuriant, blooming. ship, affection, charity. plu. love-feasts, feasts of charily. ya(jiQiyKTO$, -ov, b, fj, (Poet. fr.
quiesce, pres. impr. act. nyu-dc -a' inf. aya"Kii.v par.l a. act. ay a-

to entertain^ welcome, treat kindly; to be content, to agree, ac-

covet

;

yavbs,-(>, -bv, (fr.ayao>,toadmire] admirable, Jine, splendid; facelebrated, mous, renowned,

clare ; to publish, reveal ; to bring news. 1 a. act. jyyytiXo. p. pass.
1 a. '/yytXj/cu. pass, rjyy {\6rjv. part. ayyeAfc/f. p. mid. j/yyeXa. AyytX/m, -aroj, TO, (fr. last) a

message, news ; a command. AyytXo?, -ov, b, (fr. same) o messenger; envoy, legate, ambassador ; agent ; a messenger from
heaven, an angel.

AyaTTtidrjaopai,
Ayd-r/jjia,

-?;,

-erai, 1

f.

ind.

pass, of same.
-aros, TO,
(fr.

dyav, very much, and $0 to resound) loud, noisy.
Ayd<j}, -<3,
f.

same) a

-fjffd),

p. rjyijKa, to

thing loved, a delight, favourite,
darling.

Ayytci, d. pi. of oyyos. Ayyniov, -ov, TO, Ion. for ayytiov. ad- 'Ayyos, -cos -ovs, TO, a vessel, tub,
cask, pitcher,

mire,

wonder ; to be lost amazement; to gape with eistoto

a

basket,

&c.

Ayamjvwp, -opos, 6, >/, (fr. ayairdu to love, and a man) fond of avf)p

nishment ; to envy, resent; stand aghast.

men :

also,

brave.

manly, high spirited, Also, Agapenor, a man's

Ayydpa, -uv,

name.
Ayairrjaas, n. ayairfiaavTOS, g. -cravTI, d. sin. par. 1 a. act. AyaTTi'/ffaTc,

proAyypi^w, (fr. next) voke ; to grieve, or pain. ayyapoj, a 'Ayypts, f), grief, pain, irritation. Persian post boy) stations, re- AyypiaTris, -ov, b, (fr. one that last) lays, or stages of the post in anprovokes, or irritates.
ra,
(fr.

to irritate,

cient Persia.

2

pi.

1

a.

impr. act.
sub. act.
f.

lyyapiov, and Ion. Ayyapw'iov, -ov TO, (fr. same) the Persian post

,

Aya-f/viire,

2

a. pi. 1

any post, despatch, or mail.
i.yyapvovtri,

'Aye, 2 sin. and 'Ay0', by Apos. before an aspirate, for dye, 2 pi. impr. act. of ayw. lead, conduct, bring, take. Or, used ad-

AyaTTijcw,- -(j, -a, 1

ind. act.

of ayaTrdia.
Ayd-nr/ais, -105, Att. -EWJ,
>/,

same

as aydirrj.
Ayairr/rbs, -//, -bv, (fr. ayairdw, to love) beloved, ivell beloved, dear.

Aya-r/Twt;,

(fr.

last) willingly, with

will, readily. Ay?rw, 1 sin. cont.

good

pres. ind. or

sab. act.

AyaTrwv, nom.

Aya-

3 pi. pres. ind. act. verbially, come, come on; come now, let us see. Ayyapvcrta, -<j, -n, If. ind. act. of yyapv(j), f. -v<rw, (fr. next) to 'Aye, Dor. for >/y, 3 sin. 2 a. act. of ayw. press for public service ; to com3 pi. pres. pel emother to go somewhere, or Ay(, 3 sin. 'Ayoiio-i, to carry some burden ; to engage ind. act. 'Ayztv, pres. inf. act. as a courier, act as a carrier. 'AytcQai, pres. inf. pass. Ayyapos, -ov, b, the bearer of the 'AywQt, 2 pi. pres. ind. or impr. mid. of same. royal elespatches among the ancient Persians ; a post boy, mes- Ayap<5vrou', g. pi. par. pres. Att.
senger, courier.
f. -?/<rw, (fr. last, yyapocjioptu -w, and to carry) to carry des-

TTWVTIIS, a. pi. aya~<i>vTU)v, g. pi.

for

cont. par. pres. act. Aya-iauai, pres. ind. or sub. cont. pass.
Ayarrw/zn>, 1 pi. -woi, 3 pi. cont. pres. or sub. act. of same. Att. for AyaTto^j', -r/s, -t], ayaTrw/jt pres. opt. act. cont. of ayairdu.
i

act.

ayciptTwaav, of
f.

3

pi.

pres. impr.

<bopiu>,

Ayipw,

patches, or messages.

v. pl.of'yyo?. yyi5iov, -ot>,rd,(c!im.ofnext)m/ kind of vessel, a. cup, gill. lesser fern. par. pres. pass. A.yairu)nvri, {yyuov,-ov, TO, (fr. dyyog, a vesof ayaTtdbi, yuvfi understood, a sel) any small vessel, a ewer, basin ; a tub, cask, cistern. miitres.1, a swrethcart.

Ayy,foryy,n.a.

,

-tpw, p. t/ytpKa, Att. ay?/to collect, gather up, beg, ypx-a, borrow ; to summon, raise, levy ; to assemble, come together, meet. 3 pi. Ion. dytioav for 1 a.
>/yEtpa,

^yfipav
1
f.

inf.

y?paf par.ay/pa$
1 a.

per. pass, r/yepnai.

tryfpOtjv.

'Ayap, Heb. indecl. Agar, a woman's name.

yyetti)5t)$, -EOS -or?, 6,

a fungus AyapiKov, -ov, TO, agaric ;

used as a vessel
urn, or pitcher.
iyyXf'ot'c-(, for
f.

>/, (fr. same, and dSos, likeness) formed, or ; sloped, like an

ayzaQficonai. per. mid. tjyopa. dTTjs, -ov, .6, a wrong-doer; wrongful, injurious.

yuTo, Dor.
of
fiyiofjiai.
f.

for

j/yaro,

3

sin.

imp.

growing on trees, and used medicine and dying.

in

ayyi\ovai, 3
,

pi.

1.

Aydppoos -ouj, very, and

^'w flowing, rapid; boisterous, tumulijydaavro,

-ov, 6, )/, (fr. dyav to flow) ,w|7i!-

of ayyAXw.

-daw, A.yfXaa), ay\/, a herd)

p. r/yl\aKa, (fr.
to flock together,

tuous, agitated. AydaavTo, Ion. for
ofrjyacdiJLWv,

3

pi.

1 a. ind.

aaaOai,
i,

1 a. inf.

m. Aydm. of ayd^ojuat.

yyt\tia, and AyycXi'a, -as >i, Ion. Ayy\ir/, -TJS, >/, (fr. ayyAXo), to the power or right of delivertell) ing oracular responses, the declaration of an oracle; a denunciation,

associate ; to assemble.

y\aHos, -ov,

b,

//,

(fr.

same) herd-

ing, or associating together, gregarious; one of the flock, or

publication,

or

decla-

herd; common, ordinary, vulgar; a herdsman, shepherd.
yeXaiuv, -wroj,
b, (fr.

pres. inf. of ayapai. ug, 1 a. par. pass. Ayac-

ration ;

a

message,

embassy,

same)

the

mandate, commandment; news;

adpcvog, Poet, for aya<ra/*voj, 1 a. par. of ayd^ofiai.
Ayao-rovof,-ou,
f\nd ffrtvw
o,

and
yytXia?,
-ov, b, (fr.

fold, the stalls or retreat for the herd.

to

(fr.ayavmuch, gt'oan) groaning
r/,

legate, ambassador.

Poet, and Ion. AyyfXiV, Ay&apvtu) -5, f. ->;o-u), (fr. ayfrri a herd, and ap%n rule) to lead the same) a messenger, .flock or herd; to rule, govern. (4)

AFE
A.yf,Xuo%>is,
-ov,
b,
(fr. last)

AFH
a

API

AFK
*Aytw, same as ayidfa.
Ion. for nyi AyivecKov, Dor. and vfov -ovv, imp. act. of

AFK
iiyKo/jnad/jt^v, fiiaaid' for -cratTo.

Al'A
opt.
ay/co
to

3

sin.

come

to

an anchor;

to fix,

confirm, establish. /covf'w to yicorfit) -ai, (fr. Ay/cwi/, -wvoj, 6, the elbow, any to ivork diligently, to laand also AyiVw, Poet bending of the body or limbs ; tfu> hasten) Ayivlo) -tD, for bour, to toil, to exert; to drive, fore-ann, the arm, a cubit; the dyu). a holy urge, hasten. horns, or handle of the lyre ; an Aytoy, -ov, TO, (fr. next) a sanctuary 'Ayjco?, -eos, -ov$, Tb, a valley, place, or thing, angle, corner. and ayiai, -wv, a t glen, dale ; a precipice, crag liyia, -d>v, Tttj Ayjcwvifanai (fr. last) to elbow, r rethe holy of holies ; tlie uppt thmst v.ith the lbowf to hint, or AyKo%cri, Macedonic, for

avd and

<

gion of the heavens.
sanc"Ayios, -Hi -ov, holy, sacred,

Xaci, 3

pi.

per. mid. of

.

fyi\

//

bow;
brace,
-ijpos,
b,
(fr.

to

by torching itith the elhold in the arm$, emto

tified; hallowed, set apart from sin, consecnitf.d to God; chaste, AyKT)]p,

clasp;

encircle,

bcml
angle.

dyy&

to

round ;

to crook,

make an

pure ; pious, devout.
'Ayidrrjs, -i/ros, ness.
TI,

(fr.

last)

Jioli-

tie, buckle, button.; rope, halter.

choke) a strap,
-17?,
fj,

AyKuvicKus, -ov, b, a small I'low, a knuckle, joint.

(dim. of same)

yi:v\n,
(fr.

'AytffTfvw,
respect
;

and aytcTfw,
to

ayo;
; to

atonement)
to

venerate,

revere,

thong, loop, or AyAafflapOf, -ow, c, i], (lr. ayAaoj strap, used for throwing the dart; bright, and tOcipa the hah") hava Lint!, (f dart; a. ing beautiful hair. hook, handle;
a,

bend of the elbow, or knee; AyAauz, -as, /, (fr. same) brighisort of cup; a defect in the splendor ; beauty ; ornatongue; the yard-arms, or ends ment; joy, delight; excellence; one of the Graces. of the sail-yard. same) a rite, ceremony. to (fr. last) 'AyiOHTVvr], -77?, }j, (fr. i'ytoj holy) yicv\iopai, dart, AyAumwi', .ZBol. for ayAa'jwv, g. throw a dart. of last. sanctification, sanctity, holiness. pi. an arm) to LytcvXiffrfiSf ov, b, (fr. same) a A.y\aii<rdatf Att. for ay\aiavVai, ofiai, (fr. ayni), in the arms, to embrace ; to 1 f. inf. mid. of darter, one who fights with a
purify, sanctify celebrate, solemnize. 'AytaTia, or ayiarcia, -as, f],
the

a

.

(fr

,

AyKa\fu
sin.

cherish, fosirr, nurse. -w, Poet, for avaKa\tw,

dart.

AyAat^w, or ayAat^ouai,
tify,

(fr.

same)
beauIon.

3

pres.
act.

2

a.

ayKa\iu. ind. avtKa\ov impr.
f/,

ind.

act.

YKv\6y\u>vaov, -ov, Tb, (fr. aytcvAo? crooked, and yXwo-o-a the

to shine, glitter, glisten ; to

adorn.

ayica\s.

tongue) a defect in the tongue, an impediment in speech.
yKvXo/jt^rew, g. Ion. of

Ay\a'ir), Ion.,

and
for

ay\atji<J>i,

and' Poet,

AyKaXrj,
plural
:

-TJS,

(fr.
is

ayKrj

an arm)

ay\aia,

d. sin.,

and

generally used AyxvXo/HJrijff, -ov, b, and Ay/oAo- Ay\a'irj<jiv, Ion. for ayAa'i'aij, d. the clasping, of cyAa'/'a. juyrtj, -Wo?, /7, (fr. same, and ])l. or folding of the arms, in order [iiJTis skill) of deep design, in- AyXa'i'c7/Z) -O.TOS, TO, and AyXatcrto hold, or carry any thing. scrutable ; sagacious, wise, intel(fr. same) splendor, l*os, -ov, b, ligent, skilful, knowing ; artful, ornament, decoration. Ay/caAio/mt, (fr. last) same as
It

an arm.

the

arms ;

ay/cdgoucu .

crafty, politic, insidious.

AyKaXii, -idos, f], (fr. same) an AyKv\os, -ov, b, 77, crooked, not. armful, a bundle, parcel, packet. straight, awry ; hooked; curved,

AyAa<5yvof, -ov, b, f/, (fr. same, and yvlov a limb) well made, shaped; who forms fine
limbs.

AyKa\icaywybs, -ov, b, and yw to take) and

(fr.

last,

bent,
artful,

round;
crafty.

perverse,
TO,
(fr.

wily,

AyKus, arms.

AyKahiootyopos, -ov, b, (fr. same, and <j>tpu> to carry) a porter. (fr. ay/cfj an arm) in tJie

yKv\(irou.ov, -ov,

Ay\a6ovoco$, -ov, b, TJ, (fr. same, and Sfvopov a tree) bearing fine ayKv\t]
b,
77,

the tongue-tie, and rf//vw to trees, shady. divide) a surgical instrument to AyAa<J0povo?, -ov,

(fr.

same,

remove

thai defect.

;:nd

SQOVOS a throne) and
-ov, b,
f],

of dyKO$. 'AyKctpai, Poet, for avaxcipai. for ara Ayxepdreffai, Poet, KtpdTCffui, d. pi. of Kfoag.
'Ayicea, pi.
&.yKt), -~i$,
{],

,

and
irith
f.

TOJ-OV,

a

bow)

a bow, an archer.
watii,

same, AyXadOwKOf, SI!>KOJ a seat) having splendid nr abodes; spoken of the
(fr.

yKv\6ii)
(fr.

-oi,

and Ayi:v\w,
to crook,

Muses.

the

arm;

pi.

arms; hug. AyKtov -ov, rb, (dim. of ay/co,- a valley) a val?, glen. a hook, a fish'AyKiarpov, -ov, TO, ing hook ; a bait ; enticement.
AyKiffTtia, -as,}), (fr. last) fishing, with the hook, angling.
AyKiffT^ivto,
(fr.

the

an embrace,

Ay/cat, clasp,

ayxiiAof
to

bend;
hurl a
^KvAct)?,

AyA;.-y'jp-o;, -ov, S, 17, (fr. same, ;ui-J K-jp-oj the wrist, or twist, distort; tofiing, fruit) dart. with fine wrists, beautiful; or

crooked)

(fr.
,

same) crookedly;
an..!

"

fine fruit.
b,
f],

pm:-,-S:-ly.

A.y\a6Kpvpo$} -ou,
/coupsj,
'fin;.

(fr.

t yKv\(i)<ris, -to?, Att. -w?, f , (fr. same) a bending, twisting, crook-

Ion. for Kopof
r

same, young) same,
lays

harin?
\

'ilrcn.
f

f

1C
\tr.

same)

to fish irith

of an arrow, or dart. yKv\oyd\>i$, -ov, and AyaiAoy 1 'A;*?,

edness, the shot

distortion,

A

:i

Ay/ViOKwxof, -ov,
arid
KGjjjLog

b,

i],

festivity)

who
;

a hook,

to

angle.
to

-ov, b,

(fr.

same and %ci\o$
and

out or adorns a banquet jovial ; splendid.
b,
77,

festive,

AyKicrpoo), (i'r. same) a hook, to fish.
Ay/ao"rpw5?7J, -to?

ctfrkwi'h

the lip) having broad Up:-;, or a AyAttfif, -ov, wide mouth, or a crook. ('.:,
y*ci>Ao^)/Ar7f, -ov,
>/,

bright, shining,

radiant,

glittering;
<!<:-

-ov$,

b,

77,

(fr.

-EOJ -eu?, 5,

[fid,
'.'/,'

admirable ; joyqus,

same) shaped like a hook, hooked,
barbed.
for avaK\ciTog (th. 'AyjcXaroj, K\tiw to celebrate) boasting, os-

(fr.

same and
or

^17 A//

a

daw)
hoofs;

with broad with

bunding
--,

ornamental; splendid, mis, noble, majestic, grand.
-

or talons.

'AyKvpa

-af, >%

an anchor, grapnel,

. A.y\aoTplatvas, -yu, b, (fi last, and Totaiva a trident) he with

tentatious. hook ; a stay, support, protection ; AyK\iva$, for avaxXh'aj, 1 a. par. steadfast hope. a. sin. dyKvpav act. of avaK\(vw. a. pi. ayxvpas. AyKoivrj, -jj, fj, Poet, the arm; h.yKvpiov, -ov, Tb, (dim. of last) a the arms, the bosom. small anchor, &c. AyKom'^w, (fr. last) to carry in the (fr. same) to knock CKupi^o), arms ; to embrace. down ; to trip up ; to supplant,

ike bright trident;

an epithet
(ft.

ot

Neptune.
l/Aaw^', -oTrojj
S,

7%

same,
lively,

and w^' the eye) having sparkling

eyes;

animated,
-oBj,
b,
f],

blazing, shining.
Ay'XcvKrts,

-fa

(fr.

a

AyKoufo>, forai/aKo/^w. pf^etv, par ayAco^i'^wv,

Inf.

ayico-

remove by intrigue.
Ay/cup<5u> -5,
(fr.

neg. and
to

1 a.

mid.

same)

anchor,,

yAu/cuff

new wine, or yAfiu/cos sweet) not sweet, bitter,

AFN

ATO
,

Aro
or

vos, -V, -ov, par. pres. pas?, cont. tour; tasteless, insipid; rinkAyvouJv, par. pres. act. cont, ing, foul ; harsh, di agreeable, of same. morose ; sad, grievous. sore on the 'AyvvOcs, -uv, a\, pebbles used as AyAu;, -7?, /, a kind of weights to part of the machinery eye. in weaving. /*<&, or cloves *AyA<0<r, -u;-, a!, "Aywpi, Ayvvu, or 'Ayw, f. dfa. of garlic.

forum ; where, ac

cording to the Greek and Roman customs, the markets, courts of justice, and public
assemblies, were held, and all kinds of public business transacted ; on assembly held there ; a speech or oration delivered
there.
Ayopaco-flflU,

'AyAuo-o-o?, -of,
yXtSfrcra

o,

f/,

the tongue)
dull.

tongue, speiddess,
iiuLoquent,

a neg. and without a slow of speech,
(fr.

p. rj%a, to break, bruise; dash forcibly; to wreck, shatter; violate, infringe.
1
f.

Att. td!-u,
1

and

Poet, for

'Aypa, -am* rd, (fr. ayrupi break) ajragment, shard, splintcr ; piece, part'.

to

act. ;/fa, per. Att. cd-^a. Att. a'a. 2'a. ind. act. dyvvv, -vs, -w, pass. ijx0r/v, Att. td-^Qrfv.

a.

cont. ayopaadai, pres.

ayopawflai, inf. mid.

of ayopa'w.

2 same) a

a. pass.

steep Ay/id?, -ouj 6, (fr. place, a precipice ; shore. 'Ayvaprro;, -ov, b, fj, (fr. a neg. and yvdfji-TU) to bend) not pliant, stiff"; not to be bent, rigid, in.

mid.

Att. layjjv. per. Att. iaya, >)yai par. 7/yw?,
?;y??i',
5

Ayopa^w, same)
trcvle;

f.

-irw,

p. nyopdica, (fr.
sell,

to

buy and

traffic,

and aywj. 'AyvuvT , Ion. and Apos.
TO,

procure; to redeem, perf. pass. T)yopdcp.at, 1
to purcJiase, a. ind. pass, rjyopdff&tjv.

fc:

reimp. pass, of last. t AyopaToj, -ov, b, </, (fr. same) from lttling to the market, vulgar, Ayvia, and Ayh/co, contracted

flexible ; inexorable ; obstinate.

stubborn,

ayiviu.
tn Ayvutuovitit, (fr. ayrw/to/v foolish)

mean, common;

loose,

disorder-

act foolishly, do silly things. 'Ayvu0o?, and 'AKva<f>osf -ov, 6, (fr. a neg. and yvdQw, yvd-ru Ayvupdvus, (fr- same) foolishly,
>';,

to the ly ; judicial, belonging those days courts ; viz. pa, when the courts sit, court days,

^i

or

Kvairrw,

to

full)

unfulled,
;

stupidly

;

unreasonably, ungrate->;?,

also

epith.

of Jupiter and
statues

ot

undressed, fresh.
^

uncombed
^, (fr.

new,

fully

;

rashly, unadvisedly.
fa (fr.

Mercury whose

were

Ayvufiocvvr,,

next) fol-

'Ayvata, -a?,
'Ayra'cu,
f.

uyii? chaste)
(fr.

ly, silliness;

awkwardness, ignorude-

chastity, continence ; purity.

rance

-woj,

wee chastely, be continent;
rify, cleanse.

same) to to pu-

; rashness, temerity ; obness, roughness, pcrvcrseness, ; ingratitude ; uncautfi

placed in the market place. 'uoj, -ou, 6, (fr. same, and one who regulates the v6p.os law) market, the clerk of the market.
iid)

stinacy behaviour.

Ayvr/KafiES, pi. per. act. of
,

J&oL

for riyvo
'

-tos -oCj,
<,

6,

>/,

see

Ayv&uwv, -arosj b, and yvw/tT? judgment, th. yv<5w to know) foolish, silly; imprudent,
(fr.

fa

a neg

late the

-w, (fr. last) to regumarket, act as clerk.
-aj,
;;,

:>.ia,

(fr.

same)

tlie

f.

-:'fft>,

(fr. rtyi-o?

pure)

to cleanse, purif::, sanctify ; to consecrate, set apriri. 3 sin. pres. ind. act. ayvifyi. 'Ayj'wj, (fr. ('tyvbs chaste) chastely, 'Ayvlaarc, 2 pi. 1 a. impr. act. Jly, purely. 'AyrtffQeis, -tica, -h; par. and yvdia to 1 a. (fr. a ne.

fthe clerk of the market. unreason; ignorant Ayopdattiv, Dor. for ayopdfyiv, nable, unjust; unmerciful; pres. inf. of nyopa^w. ful, wicked ; ungrateful, unfeel- Ayopaata -as, >/, and Ayopacrtf, -toj, Att. -wj, , (fr. ayoo<i the maring, inhuman.
rf.ct

;

ket) buying and selling, traffic^ trade, dealing.
3TO?, TO, and -^oj, -ou, same) merchandise, yopacrjis, -ov, b, (fr. same) a
o, (fr.

'\yriffOrjTt,

impr. pass.

Ayi'S?,

'Ayvifftaffi, last.

3

pi.

1 a.

sub. act. of
r

know) isnorantly,

unskilfully.

'Ayvifffta. -OTOJ, T9,and Ayvtcyio?, -ou, b, (fr. ay vos pure) cleansing,

Ayvus, -CTO;, b, fi, (fr. same) ignorant, awkward, uninformed ; also

dealer.
,

unknown, uncertain,

obscure.

in

2

pi.

-<raT, 1 a. impr.
1 pi.

purification, expiation.

Ayvotb) -o5, f. -?J<rw, p. nyronica (fr. a neg. and j'ofcj to think, th. Ayrac-ia, -a;, 17, (fr. a neg. and Ayopdu -w, (fr. ayopu the market) -jccd to know) same as ayopivm. v6os the mind ; or fr. a neg. ignorance, unand yvou> to know) not to know, skilfidness. Ayopev', Apos. for ayo'pt', pres. to be ignorant of, not to under- Ayv&ffKit, f. -wercj, Ayvwffffw, and impr. or Ion. and Apos. for Ion. Ayvuaa-dffKU), (fr. same) to stand ; to err, or sin through imp. ind. rjyopcv Ayopevt6e ignorant, not to know, not to Ion. for Imp. nyvocov -ovv, 1 ignorance. ayopUv, pres. ftv, or recognise, inf. of a. par. ayvoqffas* acknowledge, .yvuaro;, -ov, b, fa (fr. same) Ayoptfdi, f. -uo-u (fr. ayopa the lyvdT^a, -aro;, TO, (fr. last) mistmfcnmm. take, error ; a sin or fault through market) to address a public asa neg. ignorance, g. pi. ayvorifidrwv. sembly, harangue; to relate, deAyo/JrevTOff, -.iv, 0, ;;, (fr. and yo^ a wizard) unaffected by clare, tell, show, explain; anAyvoia, -as, !], (fr. same) ignorance, want of knowledge ; un~ nounce, publish, proclaim. charms, over whom encJiantments have no effect. skilfulness ; imprudence, error, Ayooi) -(&, i. -7/ffu). the same,
sin.
,

yvuxraGKE, Ion. for ijyvoijire, 1 a. ind. act. of nyvota).

3

sin.

act.

Ayopac-w,

-coptv, 1

f.

ind. act. of ayoodt^u).

yoij'fcvTtds,

(". last) in security

Poet, for ayvolw.

from charms.

generally used in comp. Ayoptwv, Ion. for ayopwv, g.

pi.

of

Ion. for ayvoti], 3 sin. Ayo'uiro, Ion. for ayou'Tj, 3 pi. ayopd. pros. sub. of oyrotjoj. pres. opt. pass, of ayu. Ayop/j, -?j?, fj, Ion. for ayopd. '. a also a fish. -^, -ov, par. pres. pass, Ayoo/;-jt, (fr. ayopa the 'market) willow, yoiitvog, of same. to, or towards the market. Ayvoj, -i), -ov, chaste, pure; unor in the mixed, unpolluted, undffiled ; WTO?, -ov, b, ';, (fr. a. neg. (fr. same) at,
".v,

clear

from sin, or guilt ; separated from sinners; 'innocent.
'Ayvdrrjs, -IJTOS,
'),

,-

a nail)

loose,

incom-

market.
,

(fr.last)

united, frail. Ion. or Dor. for rjyov. "Ayov,

pact,

ill

I a.

par. pass.
for

Ayo-

2

a.
sin.
]

lon.
a. ind.

nyopJjffaTo,
(fr.

3

purity

; holiness, sin. d. sin.

aversion

from

ind. act.

of ayw.
o,
fi,

mid. of ayopaw.
b,

cont iLyvoovv, AyVOOUVTCJ, nom. pi. cont. par. act. of ayvoia. pres. Ayvoov/iEi', 1 pi. cont Ayvoovai, 3 pi. pres. ind. aot. Ayvoov/ie-

ayvdrnTi. neut. sin.

Ayovd?, -ou, th. yivtipai, to yoVo? offspring, be) past bearing, in
(fr.

a neg. and Ayopi/TTj?, -ov,

ayopa

the

market) a speaker. same. , -ov, b,

procreation ; barren, unborn, never born.

Ayopa,

-as, fa

Ayop7Tuf, -vos, fa (fr. same)./fa<?/iey of language, eloquence. a place, square, mar- "Ayos, -tos -off, rJ, veneration, re-

AFP
spcct; an
pollution.
-oi5,

AFT

AFX
AyvvaiKos, ov, AyvV??, -05 -oSj and Ayui'o?, -ov, 6, f/, a neg. (fr.

expiation, atonement, A.yp69cv AypdOt, (fr. aypoj a field) satisfaction; crime, guilt, sin from the field; in the field.

and yvvf) a woman) single, unA.ypoticfa -oi, (fr. dypoiKos rustic) to rusticate, live in the lead) a country. married, a bachelor, or maid. a captain, AypoiKla, -as, f], (fr. same) rusti'Ayvptj, -ios, Att. -stoj, i/, a compa/ a general. city, vulgarity, roughness ; ny, assembly, assemblage, crowd tlie the a farm house, a Ayoc-bs, -ov, I, country house, palm of gathering of people ; the vulgar ; a rendezvous ; a hand; the buck of the hand ; the villa, a country seat, heap, collecfist, a grasp; the forearm; t/ie tion. ypoi^os, -ov, b, f/, (fr. aypoj a arm. field, and olKos a habitation) rus- Ayvptw -fa, and Ayvplfa (fr. last) wild ; clownish, to Aypa, -as, /, a draught ofjishes; tic, assemble, collect, meet. uncouth, awkward ; rude, surly. game, prey, a capture ; a trap ; -ov, b, (fr. same) a AyvpTTjs, the chase, hunting, fowling, &c. kypoi&Trjs, -ov, b, (fr. same) see quack-doctor, a mountebank, jug-ov, b, f>, (fr. a ncg. gler, fortune-teller ; impostor. ypdnfia a letter) illiterate, AypoKvcoiftos, ~cv, b, ?;, (fr. same, AyuprdCu, (fr. last) to collect a unlearned. and Kvdoiubs tumult) rioting, or crowd, or money, like a moun
Ayoj,
o,
(fr.

dyw

to

leader,

head, chief;

AypavXf'w -w, f. ->/c-w, p. rjypav^tjKa (fr. dypos the country, and av\tj a residence) to live in tht cnuntry
;

causing confusion
country.
ypo/uvflc-iv, d.
pi.

to

abide in the fields, pro(fr.

tebank. through the Ay^d^w, Poet, for ava^d^w. with v added 'Ay;^' for dyvi.

perly by night*

fiiviav, g. pi.

Aypo/Afvoio, g. sin. Ion. for

Ayp

Ay%aXdw,Poet.

for

ava^aXdw,

(fr.

'AypavXoj, -ov, b, f/, abiding in the fields.

same)

vaif, -ov, -cor,

AypoWt,

(fr.

AypaQds,
ypdr/>w

a law) 'Aypei, dypa vfyos regulation, or divi- 'Ayxt, near, nigh, close, at hand. sion of land. dye, and dye <5r), and aypiW for Ayx'ia^os, -ov, b, (fr. last, and SXj aypurz, pres. impr. of aypiu) to Aypovdftoi, -wv, O (fr. same) offithe sea) maritime, bordering on hunt (th. cers to the sea, on the shore. dypa a capture) come, Also, Anregulate, or divide land ; come on; up, hasten, rouse. the name of a man, and surveyors.
'i,

?>, (fr. a neg. and write) unwritten. and pav, same us

ava, and yaXdu, which see.) ayeipopcof aytipii). 'Ayxacoc, Dor. for dy^a^t pres. impr. of ayydw. uypbs a field) to the
>/,

-ov, b, to

field, to the country,

ypovon'ia, -as,

(fr.

same, and

'Ay^avpor, -ov, and avpa air)

TO, (fr.

twilight,

dyyt near, dawn.

Aypev/jia, -tiros, TO,

(fr.

ayptvo) to Aypbs, -ov,

chialus,

b,

land, a field,
;

hunt, th.

dypa a prCy) game,

farm,

a

city.

country seat

the

country.

AyxiPa6r,s,

-Ios

-085, 6,

f,,

(fr.

prey, booty, spoil. Aypo-tpos, -a, -ov, (fr. last) wild ; Aypevs, -/of, Alt. -iias, Aypvr>/p, rural, rustic ; a tenant of the inhabitant -Tipos, and AypsvrJ??, -ov, b, (fr. wilderness, of the same) a hunter, a huntsman, a country ; a hunter, or huntress.

same, and fidOos depth) deep,
nether, near the earth, here below ;
steep, precipitous.

YXtpaivij),

f.

-jS/Jo-o/Kcrj,

sportsman.

AypoTijs, -ov,
(fr.

and

Aypo-r/jp -f;poj, 6,

and
to

fiaivo) to

Aypevw,
to
to

wait), (th. dypa a prey) hunt, chase; to take, catch;
f.

same) o

rustic,

clown

go)

to

(fr. same, come near,

;

wild,

fierce, savage.

ensnare, inveigle.

AypvTrmrf, 2
act. of

pi. cont. pres.

impr

approach. YX^arfis, -ov, b, (fr. last) a companion, an attendant, a fellow
traveller.

'Ayprjv, Ion. for dypav, a. sin. of

-w, (fr. last) same as awake; less) watch, Aypuo? (fr. dyp:os wake ; to be watchful, or guardDor. for -firjKa, per. wild) wildly, fiercely, savagely. t, ed against sin. Aypiaivw (fr.dypios wild, th. aypbg, a field) to irritate, provoke, tcaze, Aypvxvia,-as, f), and lon.aypvTri AyxtQavris, -to$ -ovs, b, >/, (fr. dy^t exasperate ; to fret, agitate ; to near, and SnjaKw, or ^di-w obs. -ns, %, (fr. same) waking, watchto heighten, aggravate, embitter. ing ; watchfulness, vigilance, cirdie) just dead, almost dead. Aypids, -doos, r,, (fr. cumspection, d. pi. aypvirviais. ) rustic,] AyxtQcos, -ov, 6, %, (fr. same, and rural. a neg. ypv Qtbs God) near to, or like a god, 'Aypv~vos, -ov, b, f], (fr. an atom, and VTTVOJ sleep) sleepgodlike. AypiE\a7os, -ov, f>, (fr. same, and t\aia the olive-tree) the idld less ; watchful, vigilant ; diligent, Ayx'tfvpos, -ov, b, f/, (fr. same, and olive-tree ; a barren tree. assiduous, incessant. Svpa the door) neighbour, neighto n. pi. cont. par. bouring, adjoining, near. Ayp(w, (fr. same) exasperate. AypvtrvovvTcs, see aypiaivu). 3 pi. act. and ITTIS,

dypa. 'Ayota, and

A.ypvirvfio -G), (fr.
to
lie

aypvnTos sleepto

pres.

AypvTn/oCo-t,

Ayx^aKos,

Ay-

cont. pres. ind. act. of aypvirvlu). Aypio[3d\avos, -ov, b, (fr. same, and ffdXavos an acorn) the holmeto hunt, AypwffO'W, (fr. aypoj land) oak. pursue, prey. Poet, a huntress. Aypionvp'iKri, -TJS, >j, (fr. same, and , -as, ft, and aypworwp, //vpuj; the iamarisk) the wild S, -ov, b, tamarisk. a hunter; a b, (fr.

, -on, 6, (fr. same, and f/d%o//at to fight) fighting near, at close quarters.

y^utoXov, at hand.

(fr.

next) near, nigh,

same)
>/,

'Ayptos, -a, -ov, (th. aypbs a field) rustic; wild, fierce, turbulent, boisterous ; rude, untaught, uncivilized, savage; untr actable, hurt*
ful, noxious;
tic ;

rustic,

peasant, clown,
-ios,
(fr.

.ypwans,

same)

her-

bage, grass, pasture ; dogsgrass. Poet, for aypdrr/s. ,

ana same country, neighbourhood. &c. also coming near, approaching.

oXof, -ov, 5,^, (fr. dyyt near, to come) from the //oXfco

Ay% ivoia,
acuteness
craft.

-as,
;

also,

mad, raving, fran- Ayvtd, -as, !>, a road, highway, Agrios, a man's name. street; village.
ft,

f], (fr. next) wit, ingenuity ; subtilty,

Aypi6rr;s, -r/ros,
ticity ;

(fr.

wildness, fierceness,

livlast) rus- A.yviaTis, -iSos, b, rj, (fr. last) &c. ing in the same street, or village,

A.yXivoos-ovs,-oov-ov,b,f/, (fr. dy^ near, and vdos the mind) witty,

a neighbour. same) to grow wild, and grow wild ; to exasperate. Kyvpvaaia, -as, (fr. a neg. Aypt-mras, -ov, and -a, b, Agrippa, yv//vdw to exercise) disorder, a man's name. negligence, indolence; want of
Aypidco
-co, (fr.

to let

'/,

acute ; ingenious, sagacious, clever ; artful, crafty, cunning. YXtpoos -ouj, -oov -ov, b, >/, (fr.

AypuMw,-eof-o5Js,&,$,

(fr.

dyptoj

discipline, or cultivation.

same, and fifa to flow) flowing streams are near. together, whose
l/X/<rao,
/X'tirriSt

wild) vnld,fierce, savage. Ayv>va<m>j, -ov, b, {,, (fr. same) not taking exercise ; unpractised, Ayp/wj, (fr. same) uncouthly, savagely t fiercely. undisciplined, inexperienced.

-w>

^Bol. for Ayy/fftw, g. of & dnchises, a ma-*-

name.

AAA
dyxtara sup. Ay^tffr' very near, next ; extremely, very much, most, mostly.
Ayxiffrda. -a?,
ft,

AAE
untaught, ignorant ; toothing, lulling, rendering insensible.
Saieros, -ov, b, oditit to
ft,

for

of life ;

education, training, rear-

ing, discipline; comfort, consolation ; amusement, inducement ;

(fr.

a neg. and

a lawsuit, appeal; conduct, behaviour. -ov, rb, (fr. dy%i near) nearness; relationship; propinquity, Con- Aywyj//o?, -ov, o, ft, (fr. same) easy to be led, docile, tractable ; portsanguinity.

and Ay%<rr/ov,

divide) whole, entire, un-

divided; indivisible.
b,f,. (fr. a neg. and odicpv a tear) without a tear, tearless; unpitied,

AtU -wj, 5, (fr. able, Ayx.iffTv$, -tos, same) a near relation, a kins- Aywyiov, -ov, rb, (fr. man ; a protector, avenger. den, a cart-load.
to be carried.

same) a bur-

unlamented; unrelenting,pitiless.
ApaKpvrl,
(fr.

last) without tears.

AyxtoTrfw,

f.

-vo-w,

(fr.

same)

to

be nearly related, next of kin ; to succeed to the rig Jits of inherit* ance ; to act as a kinsman. Ay-

Aywydj, -ov, o, (fr. Aywv, -wvoff, i, a contest,

same) a guide. Aodfi, indecl.
spectacle,

Adam, the
-rj,

first

man.

^apavrtvos,

-ov,

(fr.

games;

amphitheatre,

Xtarejopai, propinquity set aside.

to

have a claim of

amantine; hard, are strong; hardy, resolute, invindbk. assemblage of A^apas, -avros, b, (fr. a neg. and spectators there; a temple; the Safidd) to tame) adamant, dia-

the scene, course, circus,

next) adsolid; firm,

where such

performed;

the

AyYiffrtm, or ay^orf/voj, ->/, -ov, and tcr^^i to (fr. dy%i close,
set) standing close, pressed
to-

concourse attending any celebration there ; a concourse, or

mond.
'idfiaffros,

-ov,

6,

f),

(fr.

same)

assemblage of any
ships
;

gether, crowded, thick.

a

circle,

sort, circuit ;

as

o:

strife,

unsubdued, unconquered ; refractory, untameable ; implacable, in-

exorable. contention, contest, competition, rivalry; a lawsuit; peril, danger. Aoa%iu> -G), same as aSa^iM, 1 a* inf. act. aSat-rjaat. AyxiarpoQa, (fr. next) quickly, Aywv/a, -as , ft, (fr. ayah> a contest) smartly. strife, struggle, contest, conten- Aodiravos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. a neg. and Sairavdw to expend) vnthout tion; anxiety, agony, anguish. -ov, b, f,, (fr. a'y^i Ay^tffrpo^o?, charge, or expense, gratuitous; near, and orp0w to turn) /io6/e Ayomdw -w, (fr. same) see ayw-

'Ayxtffrof, -ov, 6, f,, the nearest, next.

(fr.

a'y^i near)

to sudden alterations, viw. changeable, fickle; quick, active; sudden. A'/iovioarai,
(fr.

not chargeable

;

thrifty,

frugal.

Ay^dflfv,

same)

hither, hither-

for

ward, near, hard by. pi. to evaporate in order to get the salt; Ay%(50i, same as ay^t, and ay^oy. Ayiiivicvuai, Dor. for ayiaviSuat a matter gathering upon plants Att. for ayu)victou.ai, 1 f. mia. o Ay%<5v7, -??, >/, (fr. a'y^w to stranin salt marshes ; pickle, brine. gle) strangulation, choking; a halter. 2 pi. pres. ind. or im- 'Acavav, for d<5w, which the Laconoose, AyuvlcaQe., nians use for dSrjv, much, very, to choke) suf2 sin. pres (fr. pr. mid.

and Aywv^aro, Ion Sairdv(t>s, (fr. last) without expense, gratis, thriftily. Tiywvio-fttvoi ttai, and rjaav, i per. and pper. Adapters, -ov, b, sea water collected

Ay^o?,

ay^w

Ayam^ou,

focation, choking, strangulation.

Ay^draro?,

(sup. of near) nearest, next, close.
-TJ,

-ov,

ay^i

impr. mid. Ayaw^Evo?, par pres. pass, of but more usually, Ayo>v/w, ayuvifyuai,
f.

and doav
AoaaTbs, -ov,
<5oui>

1 a. ind. act.
b,
ft,

(fr.

of dow. a neg. and

to

divide) undivided, indi-

Ay^orarw,

(fr. last)

most nearly,

-to-opai

p.

riyutviffpai

visible; whole, entire.

(fr. oywi; a contest) to contend very closely. Aoa^iw, to excite itching; to scratch, struggle, fight; to strive, endea* scrape ; to tickle. Ay%6TCpos, -a, -ov, (comp. of dy%t vour ; to risk, or to be in danger Atidavos, -a near) nearer, closer. -ov, (fr. do, or dtw, to agonize ; to Poet, for dy^iLaconic for dSrjv very, and avos act, perform. Ay^ou, of. relatAywvtoj, -ov, b, ft, (fr. same) dry) very dry, arid, parched. Ay%ov, pres. impr. pass. Poet, for a<?>7? . ing to public games; toilsome AXX W ' 'fa P- >'iYX a i to stranSle, Poet, for a^/toVej. choke, suffocate; bind tightly, dangerous, hazardous. ?,
>

compress; restrain, manage, or Ayutviapa, -aroj,
curb
; to silence.

TO",

(fr.

same)

<

'A<5<V, Poet, for

dotjv.

contest,fight ; competition, trial
b,
'/,

Ayxu/mAof, near, and

a dispute, suit , an exploit; risk, peril, danger. 6//aXd? even) equal, AoSqipdyos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. d$$T)v even; nearly of the same age, AywviffTns, -ov, b, (fr. same) a much, and 0ayw to eat) greedyt wrestler, boxer, champion, prizestature, or rank. gluttonous, ravenous, corrosive. fighter ; a competitor, rival, actor. AdSl, indecl. Addi, a man's name. Ayw, f. a'fu, p. /J^a, to bring, lead, conduct, escort; carry, bear; to AywviaTiKbs, -fi, -ov, (fr. same) 'Aooi%, a measure of four of the concerning public games ; fitted, About a gallon. introduce, bring in; to move, Xo^vij. drive, impel ; to draw, drag, rob, prepared, or trained, for them ; ''A^ Kat avTa, Dor. for iSov ce Kat to weigh, concontroversial. ravage, plunder ; avrrj, there she is herself. to AywvoOfTTis, -ov, b, (fr. sider, explain, interpret; ayu>v a pub- "A^, Dor. for %$E imp. of a<5w lic to utter, esteem, value; game, and TiOrifjn to arrange) [A<5, Dor. for r/Se, here. proan umpire, arbitrator, judge, or nounce; to marry; Dor. for ft<k'a from ft^v'j. pass, to \Aoea, steward at the games in Greece. spend, celebrate ; to induce, preb.or)s, -t os -ovs, b, ft, (fr. a neg. and vail on, move, affect; to govern, Aywvo0rfto -ai, f. -J7<rw, (fr. same) Slos fear, th. foila to fear) fearto preside at the nie, train, educate ; to convey games, adjudge less, intrepid, bold; stubborn, oneself away, go, depart, p. Att. prizes ; to urge, instigate, excite. headstrong; haughty, insolent; dyir%a, and ayjjo^a. 2 a. ind. Aywp, Heb. indecl. a crane. shameless, impudent; safe, secure. Att. 'Aoa, -ag, ft, a woman's name -4da. Afiet, 3 sin. of add). Tiyov, /Jyayov, impr. ayayc' * sub. ayayw. inf. ayay?v. per. Aoa, Dor. for fyor), d. sin. offStjf. Afof, cont. aoti, Dor. for ftjrf, ftd?, 1 f. 'ASarjfiovia, -a?, and Ion. yfiat, 1 a. JT/V d. sin. of fjSvs* afiaripo-ov,
(fr.

ay^t

a race, match

;

A<5<$70ay/a, -as, f/, (fr. next) voraciousness, greediness, gluttony.

\

.

vil, -ys,

'Ayu,

to break,

see
Att.

ness,

(fr' next) unskilfulft, inexpertness, inexperience,

-tuj, b, (fr. Aywyriij, -toy, ayu to lead) a leader, guide, conductor ; a halter, bridle.

want of art or ingenuity.
-ovos, 6,
ft,

ASeia, -as, ft, (fr. next) freedom from fear, security, safety; intrepidity, courage, bravery.

a neg. and i<5ark, Poet, for aoefc. Also A.Sttcatu to rjs Ion. for dScias, g. of. dSeia. o drivlearn) unskilful^ ignorant, rude, i.6eifiavTos, and Aoetuaros, -ov, J Ayuyj), -ijf, fi, (fr. same) f ing, or leading away, carrying simple, unlearned, unexperienced. a neg. and tupa fear, th. ft, (fr. off", carriage, conveyance ; a road, Atiarls, -eos -ovs, Sstiti to fear) fearless, undaunt* b, ft, (fr. a neg. and Salw to learn) unlearned,* highway ; a course, or manner bold.
(fr.
,

knowing,

th.

ed, intrepid,

(9)

AAE
same from dew. And or adou Poet. qfaiv from $<*>, 'ASumms, "ov, o, f (fr. a neg. and
But
dfx.iv
t,

''A.ofiv,

pres.

inf.

cont. of

and 6oKos the sweet juice of
the grape) bitter; disagreeable,

unpleasant; unwelcome, a neg. and s, -ov, b, fi, (fr.
to

a neg. and etfw to sec) a dark, obscure place} a place unseen, or not to be seen by mortals

;

supper) supperless. a neg. fotfw to AcEiaicai^6v(as, (fr. and catfiwv a god) regardfear, less of the gods, irreligiously) impiously, irreverently.

GEittvov

cook) raw;

not well

cooked, sodden, rare; untanned, not dressed.

hades, the receptacle, or region of the dead, containing all the fabulous mansions of the hea-

then

Aoiw

-w,

f.

-//ffw,

p.

?i$r/Ka,

to

ritual. According to the Christian doctrine, the invisible

AofKaaTog, -ov,

b,

fi,

(fr.

a neg. and

flatter,

please, delight, give pleasure ; sooth ; to prefer, choose

to
;

world of spirits, the unseen place

of souls

,'

the place

of the dead

incorScicdfa to bribe) unbribed, rupt; honest.

2 2

aSw, per. mid. 'iaca, and cvaSa, Poet, for ?'/<5a, par. J-a^wj,
f.

but vulgarly a place of torment; the abode of the
generally,

AcKdor(ds

(fr.

last)

incomiptly,

a. caSov, for
(fr.

frW.
1 a.

justly, honestly,

f^fti),

dSw

to satiate) to 6e tired,

Ao\<j>ai, -0aj,

cases of
Poet, and

wearied, fatigued.

opt. JEol.
-aS)

and
ASf\<pdos, and Ion. for ao\
Ao\<j)f),
-jj?,
,

alSfjffEta

-,

damned, hell; death. Sri^ayla, see adotjQayia. 3idyv(j)ffTo$, -ov, b, >/, (fr. a neg. and cidyviom to distinguish)
indistinguishable, doubtful.
indiscernible,

df,

(fr.

afcfo fearless) fearless-

#, (fr.

tybs

a bro-

ly,

to the ther) a jt'ster, according several senses of aStXtybs, which
see.

Aorj,
Atiti, "

undauntedly. 2 a. sub. act. ofaolw.
d.

$taipTos, -ov, b, f], (fr. a neg. and to separate) inseparable, Siatpfio
closely attached.
A.^idnp'tTos,

"A&;, V.

"A<5ov, g. of
for

-ov,

At\<t>i5fa

-Srj,

same)
or
the

the

-?, daughter of a
niece.

'fas

fo

(fr.

Ar)ic6Ts, and A^'^TEJ, Ion.
f,

and diaKpivw
to

b, ?/, (fr. a net; to distinguish) not

brother,

n. pi. par. per. act. of

be distinguished,

indistinct,

sister,

a

AfkX05w
nephew.

-oiis,

-ov, b,

(fr.

same)
a

son of a brother, or

sister,

A$\<t>i&iov, -ov, TV, (dim. of same) a little brother, a dear little brother.
f.

s, -ov, b, ';, (fr. a neg. and fidifvii) to bite) not apt to be corroded, or wasted, nor feeling decay, lasting, durable ; not bitten, or gnawed ; uncnvied, unmolest-

confused ; peaceable, not litigious ; undislinguishing, impartial.

SjaXnVro?, -ov,

b,

/;,

(fr.

a neg.

Ad\<f>l$u),
take,

-/o-w,

(fr.

same)

to

or adopt for a brother, to address, or entreat as a brother.

ed; SUp. CKJT/KT^TaTOf Ac/faros, -ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and GTI\(I) to hurt) unhurt; sound,
whole, entire, safe.
'f],

and cia\dnw to intermit) ur ceasing, continual, without intermission.
SraXaVrw?,
incessantly.
b,
fi,

(fr. last)

continually,
(fr.

AdcA^fcds,
Ad\<f>iicG>s,

-TI,

-ov,

(fr.

same)

bro- 'Adr]\os, -ov, b,
<5?)Xo$-

(fr.

a.

A(WXXa*ro?, -ov, and <5jaXXttc-(rw neg. and

a neg.

therly, fraternal.
(fr.

clear) unseen, hidden, la-

last) like brothers,
b, ^, (fr.

tent, concealed; obscure, mean, ignoble; doubtful, dubious, un-

to reconcile) irreconcileable, adverse, discordant. Afitd\vTos, -ov, b, fj, (fr. a neg. and not to be melted, diaXvtj to

melt)

Ao\<poKT6vos, -ov,

same,!

certain.

indissoluble ; binding, firm. -;ro?,

and KTdvu
a
brother,
Aoc.\(pbft,

to kill)
for

a murderer

of] A^Xdr^j,

and

ASrj\ia, -as,

>/,

iStavTov, *

-ov,

TO,

(fr.

next)

an

a fratricide.
6, (fr.

Mo\.

A^tX^ds, -oC, $e\<l>v$ the

womb) a

a together, and brother pro-

herb, maiden-hair. uncertainty, obscurity AoiavTos, -ov, b, >/, (fr. a neg. and inconstancy, fickleness. fiiaivu to sprinkle) not sprinkled, (SjjXwj, (fr. same) uncertainly, obor moistened, dry; rigid, unscurely, dubiously ; impercepti(fr. last)

perly 6t/ the same mother ; a bro* ther generally ; a kinsman, cou-

bly.
tirjuiovpyrjTOS, -ov, b,
/,

bending,
(fr.

strict.
;,

a neg.

one of the same tribe, cast, profession, or country; one of the same faith, a Christian; adj.
sin
;

and cr/niovpytu
effectual,

to constitute) in weak, inefficacious ; act. cont

^OTrroirof, -ov, b, and Siant* to

(fr.

a neg.

decay) firm,
infallible, cer-

lasting, durable;
tain.
'

feeble,
or/noviiv, pres. inf.

twin, related ; similar, congenial,
brotherly.
Ao\<t>6rr,s, -TITOS, ,',, (fr. relation of brothers, or
last) the
sisters;

,

.

-ov,

&,

'/>

(fr-

a neg.

AorjuovSv, par. pres. act. cont. of
Stlfnovtia

and diaaTpttyw

to distort) unper-

verted, invariable.

-5,

f.

-^o-to,

p. tjor/nfor/Ka, AcidTpfTTTos, -ov,

a

brotherhood, fraternity ; a society of brethren in Christ.

A5f/*aroj, -ov,

and b, %, (fr. a neg. the body) without a body,
incorporeal, spiritual;
for

languish, faint, sink with labour or fatigue ; to grieve, despair; to be overwhelmed with
to

and

JtarpfjT-w

moved;
terable.

a neg. ft, (fr. pervert) unimmoveable, firm, unalb,

to

sorrow, or anxiety, 1 a. act.
dfiorjv,

bodiless;

A^arp/Trrojs, firmly.

(fr. last)

immoveably,
next) mcor;

dead.
see.

Or,

aodnavros, wh. 'Acnv, and

enough, abun- Adta&Qopia, -?,

fj,

(fr.

dantly, sufficiently.
Ion. for qfciv.

ruptness, integrity, honesty

pu-

AoenV,

'Aowfipos, -ov, b, J7, (fr. a tree) without trees; oivcpov bare, barren ; open, clear. Acis, Dor. for tfa^tXf?, neut. of
s,

a neg. and

Aotiv, -tvos, b, a kernel, the tonsils, or almonds

and Ac-tdfyQopos, -ov, b, >/, (fr. a neg. tongue. dia<pOopa corruption, th. $0dpu> to corrupt) incorruptible, uncor, t/vew?, (fr. next) artlessly, awkwardly. rupt, pure, honest, sincere. fo$ -ovs, b, f/, Poet. (fr. a AdidQopos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. a neg. and
neg. and Sf/vos design) undesigning, artless, simple; unskilSia(ptpu
to
differ)

gland; of the

rity

of manners

;

sincerity.

neut. of a<5)?, for a^ow,

wh.

indifferent,
;

middling, neither good nor bad
trifiing, insignificant.
b,
fj,

Os, -ov, b, >/, (fr. a neg. and t]s a lord) without a master,

ful, stupid, dull.
Ao-npis, -iros,
f],

free; without authority, or

(fr.

and A^pZroj, -ov Aoid\pvo~ros, -ov, a neg. and a fight' and fita^wdonai
typis,
os, -ou, 6,

recommendation ; unauthorized, unwarranted ; without a lord, or
ruler.

without dispute, amicable, peaceable ; irresistible, not to be oposed.

a neg. to deceive) that or imposed on. cannot be deceived,
(fr.
f],

(fr.

a neg. and

diddo-Ku to teach) untaught, ig-

A3rm5r&>5,
,

(fr.

liberty, at large.

-foe

preced.) /reefy, at AcrjpiTus, (fr. last) indisputably without dispute, unquestionably , (fr. a neg. A&?$, and Poet. aiSnsi -ov b, (fr

norant, illiterate, inexperienced; natural, spontaneous. -ov, b, , (fr. a neg.

(10)

AAM
lia through,

AAP
A<5fe*7T77, -TI s,
17,

mine)

to exatt-rrdfo unsearchable; inexpressi-

and

Admete, a woman's

thet of

Nemesis

;

envy, malice,

name.
or A/ta>A('a, -as, /, (fr. a JfioA/a, neg. and ifywv intelligent) {,710rance. .o(//(, 2 a. opt. act. of aclw.
(fr. next) unexpectedly, suddenly, unawares.

ble, ineffable.

revenge ; fate, destiny. Afyacroj, -ov, 6, TJ, (fr. a neg. and
cpdu) to flee) that will not flee,

L&i.fiynTos, -ov,

b,

rj,

(fr.

a neg.

and
be

oinyiofiat

told,

beyond

to relate) not to expression, inex-

or fly ful.

}

firm,

resolute,

faith-

Also Adrastus, a

man's

AciKciaQs, pass. 2 pi. cont. rfaciKtw. and JEnl. for atiL&iKiccai, Ion.
Kfjffat,

pressible. h.otKtiT, act.

name.
AfyanflffoW. -ov, TO, (fr. atpbs abundant, and mJ^oAos for

m-

IOKTJTOS, -ov, b,

i),

(fr.

a neg. and
unexpected,

1 a. inf. act.

of

coKtu

to

consider)
of,

/?oAo? sharing) success, prosperity ; the full attainment of an ob-

LSiKfti)

-5, f. -//(raj, p. ij&iKtiKa, (fr. a neg. and &IKTJ justice) to injure,
to annoy, hurt, damage, Par. pres. a^iKfwv, -wv,
1 a. ind.
tjfii-

unthought
A.5oKi[i.os,

consideration,
tioKtftos

wrong;
harm.

good fortune; boldness, sudden; of no ject, sublimity. mean, wortldess. -ov, b, r\, (fr. a neg. and Acpf<a -5, f. -j/o-w, p. riopqKa (fr. same) to abound, be plentiful^ be approved, th. SoKfu to
large
; to

a. sin. aoiKOuvra.

Ki/ffa' inipr. aSiKt'iaov.

pres. pass. -ov/tai. per. ind. pass.
1

cast

consider) disapproved, rejected, undiscerning, silly, off";

grow, increase.
f),

Par.

per. act. ficpriK&s.
the

a.

stupid ; unqualified, A.cpr,<rT-tvri, -JK, senseless, Adrastus. unfit, barren, worthless.
iu)

daughter of

-tiaa, -tv, g. -tiro?, par.
1

-u>,

f.

-f/ffia

(fr.

a^oj,

a.

1 a.

pass. AtiKTjOSi, sub. pass, of last.
-arof, TO, of injustice;
(ft.

-TJ$, -Jj,

LbiKrjfia^

same) an
hurt,

to

and Ato^/; to chat, sation) to converse freely, 1 a. inf. act. gossip together.
abundance,
,

conver-

for 'Aoprjffros, Ion. of 'A.$pia, d.

'A^paoroj.

or 'Afyta?, -ov, b, Adria, Venice.
'A.?pb$,

Gulf of

act

injury,

-a, -jv,
rich,

wrong, damage; crime, offence;
disgrace, scandal.

-05,

6,

(fr.

same) a

grown;
ful;
e

mature, full abundant, plentiripe,

talker] LSiKrjffas, par. 1 a. act. A.SiKrj<rai, Aoo\cff^ia, -as, >j, (fr. same) talka1 a. inf. act. tiveness ; conversation, chat. A.ciKnffdrta, 3 sin. 1 a. impr. act. ActKnans, 2 -ov, b, i'i,

a gossip.

great, powerful, strong, fat, large.
->?j,

mighty;

if5oAo-;os,

(fr.

same)

Aopoativn, as next.

^,

(fr.

last)

same

sin.

and -anrs, 2
1

pi.

and

-o-uo-j,

3

pi.

a.

sub. act.
f.

A^imjo-w,
act.

-a?,
ATfO).

-,

1

ind.

of at-

abun'A^porj/f, -nros, fj, (fr. same) talkative, loquacious, chatty. and dance, plenty ; wealth ; power, A(5oAos, -ov, b, f], (fr. a neg. maturity ; great&>Aos deceit) candid, ingenuous, strength, vigour, ness. sincere; pure, innocent; unmix
cd, unadulte.
(fr. last) sincerely.

same) to be hurt cannot be &c. wrong must be done. A.OIKIU, -a?, >/, (fr. same) injustice, partiality, wrong, injury ; falseb.otKTJTos, -a, -ov, (fr.

injured, avoided,

;

A<5<5Au)s,

~A.Sov,

Dor.

for

jjfiov,

imp. ind. act.

'AcpoTtj-i, d. of last. "AfywfflJ, -(Of, Alt. -0)J, f], (fr. (jcpih'w to increase) youth, pu-

of pew ; or neut. of oW, par. berty, manhood, maturity. 'Aoovvta, f. -uvw, p. ^f5pvya (fr. pres. of same verb ; but ttcpdj abundant) to increase, enunrighteousness, "Ac'ov, Dor. for i',iov, 2 a. ind. act. of a<$oo, or avodvd), opt. acoip. iniquity, villany. large, extend, aggrandize ; rear, ' doixos unjust, A flora, Dor. for fjcovfi. AcWo<5o#u> -Wj (frfatten. A?pvvo/xai, to grow, to and co%a fame) to seek fame by itovn-ros, -ov, b, >/, fr. a neg. and become great, to act proudly ; to
hood,
deceit /

bad means ;
to decree

to thirst after glory ; iniquitously, determine

(Wf'w

to

disturb)
;

immoveable,

arrive at
'Act',

manhood.
for

unshaken, firm
tionless, still,
>/,

unmoved, mo-

Dor.

^v.
fjdv')

unjustly.
'A-cYxos,' -ov,
AIKTI
b,
fj,

(fr.

a neg. and A<W(s, -iSof,
.OOVTES.

calm, quiet. same as a?;
pres. act. pi. pres. ind. act.

'A^vyAwcr/of, Dor. for e
Afvcirtjf,

justice) unjust, iniquitous, partial, corrupt ; deceitful, fallacious; injurious, hurtful; unrighteous, sinful, wicked ; inade-

n.

pi.

par.

of

'A-ooveri, don).

3

Dor. for jy<5i f Af5;Aoyof, Dor. 'Afv//,\^s, Dor. and Ion. A.6vvafiia, -as, fj,
"*/>>
>?.

Acvvafitij.

b.oiK.G>,

quate, unfit, improper. 1 sin. cont. pres. ind. act.
A<5tK<3v, n.
fr.

*ofd -o5, (fr. a neg. and c< fame) to live inglorious, to be no account ; to vilify, defame.
)/,

(fr-

neg. and ^vfa^at to

mas.

cont.

par. Aoofi'a, -a$,

(fr.

be able) impossibility, impotence. Aovvaaia, -as, 17, (fr. same) impotence, weakness, inability, imbesame) infamy,

cility ; simplicity, silliness. ignominy, disgrace, dishonour. i(5iK(3j, ddiKos, unjust) unjust- A<5o|os, -ov, b, ih (fr. same) inglo- Aovvartto -w, f. )/o-w, (fr. same) to be unable, to be impotent; to be ly, wickedly, &c. rious, mean, infamous, conic.Tr.pti1 f. ind, act. aovvakfiivduv, JEol. for aoivutv, g. pi. of impossible. ble, obscure. acfu to please) ^.<5a'd?, -), -bv, dense, thick, copious; 7//cra), -(?, -(. Af5os, -ov, (fr. uncrowded, numerous ; simig, harAooraYos, -ov, b, (fr. same) pleasure. joy, delight,
(
'>,
>'/,

pres. act. of aHucta.

dy

j

fierce, violent

;

ceaseless, in-

AcSos, -co; -ovs, 70, (fr. a<5w to satiate) satiety, disgust, loathing ;
7e, weariness, plenty, abundance. a

able, incapable

;

impotent, weak ;

{fiov,

cessant; fat; noisy, clamorous. Dor. for }j<5jov, neut. comp. of
,':

imp jssiblc,
s-,

impracticable.

Comp.
,

fatigue

;
(fr.

last) wcakly,'feebly

\.cioo9u>ruf, (fr. a netr. andciopflo'w A.Sov, g. of a&rjs. to correct) incorrigibly. 'Acoafivrrrjvbs, -ij, -ov, 'A&(//o?, -ov, 6, i;, (fr. a neg. and of Adramyltium.

foolishly.
:

of

the city
r

AfJi'ri oos,
r

Af5Ds,

Dor. for f]6v-roo$. Dor. for Jia'i.

cfya ing

thirst)

not

thirsty,

moist, allay-

cool; quenching, cooling,
thirst.
'

A^fiaroj,
A.fy'JJ,

Dor. for AfyTjro j, Admetus, a man's name.
-oi', 6,

-nTo$,

same as

'Afyjy-roj,

5p.ivW, and Afoavia, -a?, ;/, (fr. a 'A furor -ov, TO, (fr. n neg. and ovvu or Juu to enter) a sacred, neg. and Spaivta for cpao) to act) or consecrated plaw, a part oj weakness, feebleness ; sloth, indothe Temple into which none but lence, languor. to be the priest was allowed to enter, Spavf'u -5, (fr. same) weak, a shrine. or indolent ; to neglect, fail.
A.5vros, -ov, b,
cessible,
i],

-ov, b, I}, (fr. a neg. and oaudu A.6pavw, -MS -ovj, 6, ;, (fr. same) to subdue) untamed, wild, unweak, feeble, infirm ; barren, imbroken; untractable, fierce, sapotent ; slothful, lazy, indolent; vage. destitute.
jj, -j<5o$,

(fr.

same) inac-

be approached; consecrated, holy, hallowed.
to

not

Ada,

f.

-o-ci),

to

satiate, fill,

glut,

^,

same as last.

A.8pdcfTia, Ion. aSprjaTtiTi, an epi-

gratify

;

to injure, hurt,

harm.

(")

AEI
P- V Ka &>, Poet. aetco), f. to prophesy, t< sing, warble;
utter oracles; to praise, celebrate 1 a 1 a. jjca, per. pass. J/er/jat,
faBtiv.

AEK
4t
adoovaa, n. fem. par. pres. act. Aci&fyuvoj, par. pres. mid. or
pass.
A.tKt]Tt, (fr.

AEP
a neg. and
EIOJTI will

ingly) unwillingly,
A.IKWV, -ovcra, ' Af'Xoj, Poet, for
-ov, Poet, for O.KWV
r,\ios.

Adoov, Ion.
act.

imp.
]>ar.

for rjdoov AdSovn, dat. sin for adoovai,
i

pres.

Dor.
ind

AtXXd,

-i/j,

)/,

a storm, whirlwind.
(fr.

"A(5,

to please,

see a&fw.

'A.OUV, -ova-a, -ov, (2 a. par. oflast]

pi. pres. Aetfluv, -ovaa -ov, par. pres. act. of

AtXXas, -Mas, b, b as a storm.

last) swift,

pleasing, agreeable; willing, ready.

.ddu>,

f.

adffta, p. f/tiica,

and

;

fo, -to? -oCj, 6,

ft,

(fr.

same)

Ad&v,

-6vos,

f],

Dor.

for ar/Suv.

'AcW,
name.

-icos, o, Adonis, a. 'A.OUVIV.
-ot), b,
fj,

a man's

Poet, same as dou in prose, U sing, warble; to prophesy, utter oracles ; to praise, celebrate
1

stormy, tempestuous, boisterous, roaring ; violent, turbulent, furious, rapid.
AfXXoTroff, -ov, 6,
>;,

a.

act. ind.
-c.'

Aduarjros,

(fr.

a neg. anc

aeicreia, -aj,

f]tica- opt. ^Eol sub. aeivta. 2 f

-o^oy, 6,

/,

(fr.

and aEXX^Trotis, same, and irovs a

dupov a warded.

gift)

ungifted, not rei,
ij,

ind.

act.
i,

aicw. per. ind. pass foot) swift-footed, fieet, rapid. a woman's and^o-juat.per. ind. mid. AtXXw, (fr. same) Aello,

A.oupoc6Kr]Tos, -ov,

(fr.

a neg.

name.
Adfaov,
-ov, rb, (fr. next) the herb AfXX(6<5r/?, -tos -ovs, 6, ^, (fr. kmiseleek. stormy, &c. see atXX^j.

c&pov a

gift,

and o%ouai

to take)

same)
o neg.

that will not take a bribe, incorrupt, upright, honest.
'A-cwpof, -ov,
!>, fi,

a neg. and a gift) without presents; ing, eternal.. ti&pov without reward ; incor- Aefceuz, -a?, >/, and Ion. ungifted,
(fr.

et^&ogy -ov, b, {], (fr. atl always, and w>) life) immortal, everlast-

AcXjr^,

-f'oj

-oCs, 6,

>;,

(fr.

hope) unexpected, unlooked for ; sudden, unprovided for ; despaired of, hopeless.
eXjris

and

who "K, fh (fr. indecent) in- AfXirovTES, n. pi. of ai\irti)v (fr. a dignity, contumely, affront, outneg, and ATTW to expect) dea neg. and ciinsult. A.OWTW, -ov, b, (fr. rage, spairing, desponding. to give) who does not oti) un- 'AtXirr', for rfeX^ra, neut. pi. of give, AeiKe\ios, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same) ungenerous, covetous. becoming ; worthless, despicable, At6\cv(t>, f. -a'o-w, p. tvKct, (fr. aiGcontemptible; loathsome, foul, Ac\Ttrla, -as, and Ion. atXim';;, -;?, want of hope, deXoj contest) to contend at public unlucky. j;, (fr. same)
rupt, upright, honest. Also does not give, niggardly.

m

games
strive,

;

to

fight

;

to

contest,
to

UKfis, -tog -oZs, b,

f,,

(fr.

a neg,

spair, hopelessness.

Ef atXnr/j??,

dispute, vie, emulate;
toil. 1 a.

strive, labour,

opt. JEol.

and dKta to become) unbecoming, indecent, unseemly ; harsh
severe, cruel.

suddenly, unexpectedly. Poet, for avtX(fr. same)
,

ac.Q\cv<rua, -as, -E.

A0Xf'u>, Ion. for a0Xfw,
last.

same

as

EIK^U, Att. aiKi&,
last)
to
;

f.

-ru,

(fr

-ov, 6, $,

(fr.

same) un-

hoped, unexpected, improbable. Afuevat, and d^fvai, Dor. and who fights at public games ; a Ion. for a?v, pres. inf. of au. befoul, soil, pollute ; to disgrace, dishonour. Aivyaos, and atvvauv, Poet, for champion, prize-fighter, pugilist, wrestler. ativaos and ativduv. IKWJ, (fr. same) shamefully, inAEvvdacOat^ Poet, for atvvcicBai^ AlO\iov, 'A0Xov, and~A0Xov, -ov, decently, unbecomingly. pres. inf. pass. cont. of rb, (fr. same) a prize, premium, \.duc.vai, Poet, for atpevat, Dor. reward of victory. for detv, pres. inf. of w. A.tvvdofnai -u/iai, (fr. atl always, and vdti) to flow) to stream, isalAfflXto?, -ov, b, (fr. same) a chamdfjLvrjffTos, -ov, b, >?, (fr. a
At0X>jT/7p, -rjpos, b,
(fr.

same) one

cruelly

insult, to act

affront,

trea

indecently ;

ti

<

pion, prize-fighter, pugilist.
A.cd\oviKia, -aj,
vlKrj
>/,

ways, and nvdopai

to

(fr.

same, and
success,

victory)

victory,

ber) ever to be remembered, to be forgotten, memorable.
\.dvao$,

or triumph, in public games.

"ov,

b,

Ij,

and

to be constantly; sue, flow sprinkled, or moistened, be wet. 'AE^E, Ion. for >/^, 3 sin. -imp. Ativautv, Af|aro, Ion. for T/^ETO, imp.

remem-

'A0Xos,
skill;
risk,

-ov, b, a contest, trial of a fight, skirmish, battle; danger, hazard; a con-

, pass, of ae'w, for av&vw. -ov, (fr. atl always, and ays, vdb> to flow) ever flowing, con- Af^'yvtoj, -ov, 6, (fr. ai%u> to ininvia uncrease, and tinually running ;

perennial,

troversy, dispute ; public

games,
exer-

ceasing ; ever living, everlasting.
Atipa, Ion. for
t'ttipa,

tournaments,
cises
;

or

martial

1 a. ind. act.

limb) yvlov gorating, strengthening; traincombat. ing for

pains, labour, toil,fatigue,
-ov,
b,
(fr.

of
dpui,
f.

distress.

azpui,

p.
to

ffeoKa,

to

lift,

Ae^uroff, -o, 6, fj, (fr. same, and <t>vrbv a plant) rearing plants,
fertile, fruitful.

A0Xo06"ps, prize, and

a0Xov a

raise, elevate;

carry, convey,

<f>opf<i>

or 0fpw to car-

ry) who carries the prize, a conqucror at public games ; victorious.

A,

always, ever, aye

;

frequently,

continually, perpetually. Afiytvcrdtav, JEo\. for aeiytvcruv,
g. pi. of.

bring ; to hang, susptnrl, tie or A.^o//fvoto, Ion. for ac^ofiivov^ g. par. pres. pass, of fasten to ; to take upon, to undertake. 1 a. act. ind. jjtipa- knpr. Ati-u), f. ae^cro), Poet, for avfw, or mid. r/Eipd^nv. par. aeipddfipov. 2 a. 'AETTTO?, -ov, 6, >;, (fr. a neg. and par.
IJLVOS.
t'/cpov.

pres.

Atiytvirrjg, -ov,

b, (fr. ati always, to be) everlasting, immortal. eternal, A.ti$c\osi (fr. a neg. and clow to see) Poet, same as audrjs.

1 a. pass. ind. sub. acpdS). rjfpdr/v' act. \.ei$, -iaca, -tv, par. pres.

pass.

actp6fjitvos.

and

yivofiai

:iffar\

Adffi, 3 pi. pres. ind. act. ofdrjpu. Ion. and Apos. for qdffaTO,

speak) not to be spoken haughty. Or (fr. same, and TTT^J to fly) no* able to fly, young, unfledged.
fTTw

to

to ; fierce, violent,

3 sin. 1 a. mid. or Apos. for adaars, 2 pi. 1 a. impr. act. of

6, ri, and Afpyo?, -oC, 6, >/, (fr. a neg. and tpyov, work) same as

Atictv, Dor. for adceiv, pres. inf. act. Adcto, Ion. for adoov, pres. impr. pass, of adou. A5f/<f, -tos -oiij, 6, f>, (fr. a neg.

apy6 s .
AtKrp.a, Poet, for qafna.
tKatyjjiEvos, -TI,

Aepyta, -aj,
pres.
,

fj,

and Ion.

-ov,

(par.

(fr.

same)

atpyirj, ->/f, idleness, laziness,

and

ct$<a
;

to

invisible

see) not to be seen, dark, obscure, gloomy.

Also

shape) shapeless, deformed, uncouth.
Ion. for
act.

(fr. eiaos

Aticflffi,

a%, 3. sin.

pres.
for

nactivity, sloth, dulness. pass, of next) compelled, forced, Poet. (fr. constrained ; adj. unwilling, Apf6op.at, and ;f>/0o/iaj, to raise) to raise, lift; to loath, not inclined, averse. ajj3w, to vibrate, hang, be suspended ; tKd^w, (fr. aiicuv unwilling) to irresoflutter; to fluctuate, be force, oblige, compel, constrain. lute, or uncertain. Imp. jyep0> AKao//ou, to be forced, be un-

sub.

Aeicdiva, Dor.

witting.

l*r,v,

3

pi. TjtptOovro.

(12)

AZII
for nipdnaav, AfyBsv, Bo30t.

AH0
3
pi.

A0E

A0II
God)
ism.
Adett,
(fr.

AGP
athe-

AI

impiety,
last)

irreligion,

impiously, irreveassist-

rently ;

unaided by the

ance) or grace of providence. AOtrjra, Poet, for a&iara, neut.

va) Athens, the name of a city 'A0pavo-To$, -ov, 5, f), (fr. a neg. of ancient Greece. and pat5o to break) not to be -u>v, cl, the Athenians. broken; strong, solid, firm; to, or towards Athens. whole, entire, perfect, sound. from Athens. A0>';vriffi, at, or in A0p/u> -&, f. -j/c-w, p. (fr. a
-TiKa,

pi.

Atfiens.
AOfjvt],

intens.
)},

of adtaros.
AOupfis, AtffpJk, and AOrjpfis,
-oy?,
6,
ft,

-ns,

AQi'jva,

-as,

as

if

and Spiv, Sync, for ^o>ptu to behold) to look steadfastly,

-"?
ex-

delicate,

choice,

quisite;
vile,

also trivial, contemptible.
,

worthless,
to milk.

from ABijvda, AQirvaln, -17?, >/, the ABr/vcia, -as, //, Athene, name of a heathen ftma!<
called also Pallas, arid

gaze,
:
.

nc,

stare; to look into, scrutinize; to discern,

descry.

by

f.

-w,

p. r'lQcX'xa.

Latins Minerva.
AOtip, -fpos,
v,

'A0f/f, -IOTO?, -5o?, or
or
17,

-fro?, also

A-di/iitr-tos,
(fr.

and

an car of corn, the beard which grows en it ; chaff; any thing worthless, or trifling.
S,

tht AOpoigu, f. -co), p. I'OpotKu, (fr. aOat'ig crowded) to collect, cluster, crowd- ; to gather, accumulate.
1

a. inf. act. aOpolaat.

'AOpcKjfjLa, -arcs, TO,
/

a neg

-io$ -ovs, b,

>/,

of, -ov,

b,

(fr.

and Siftts law) unlawful,
iniquitous, wicked, unjust,

and AOpoiffsame) a gattier-

illegal; A0noo\otybs,

wrong-

ful

;

abominable, impure, unna-

tural.

'A0rof, -ov, 6, 17, (fr. a neg. ;;nd Qtbs, God) ungodly, denying

God, an
verent,

atlieint ;

impious,

irre-

without

God;

haled, or

forsaken by God. the whole ; cntireness, A0pn7rVTOj, -ov, b, %, (fr. a neg. 'A0A', Apos. for a'CAa, pi. of dOXov. /'/, and Sepairevd), to serve) incur- A0At^w, and A0A/w -w, f. -?;ITW, completeness, fuhiess. p. able ; unattended, neglected. Also 0Aoj contest) to AOpo'uf, (fr. same) in crowds, thickf}0\r)Ka (fr.
'

!nge ; a meetcongregation, collection. A0po'o<r, -a, -ov, crowded, collected, chine. assembled; close, dense, thick; and 'AOu-ros, -OT, continued, constant ; frequent, , -fo$-ovs, a neg. and Also (fr. o intens. to repeated. 6, //, (fr. <"yco find unsullied untouched, touch) Sptw to clamour) confused, indistinct. pure ; unaffected, not to be touched, or moved. A0po6r>is, ->?TOJ, fi, (fr. last) uni-ov, b,

and Atyw to gather) a fan, a winnowing ma(fr.

0))p chafi',

.

ly, ail at once ; continually, recontend, as in the public to peatedly. ; ftrugglc, fight ; to work, labour, toil. A0f'p<f, -IKOS, A0pv77To<r, -ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and aOt'/p. A0p/w, f. -iff (a, p. rjdtpiKa, (fr. 0Ap, 3 sin. cont. pres. sub. act. pv77Tw to enervate) unimpaired the beard of grain) to rfcaOrip by excess, or luxury, sound, A0A>;<n;, 3 sin. 1 a. sub. act. of spise, contemn, disregard, slight ; hale, healthy. to set no value on. -w, f. -/70-w, p. r)Qv\iT)Ka (fr. L0A??^a, -aTOf, ~i, (fr. acSAo? a a neg. and &vfibs spirit) to dea combat, fight. AQtcia, -aj, ft, (fr. a neg. and Secrts contest) a settlement) inconstancy, fickle- 'AdXrjvis, -(Of, Att/ -"twf, //, (fr. spond, despair, be discouraged, or dispirited. ness, perfidy, breach offaith. same) contest,

negligent, careless, disrespectful.

strive,

AQcpris, see a0cipt';s.

same as

games of Greece

combat,

strife,

'AOcGjjios, -ov, 6,

)'/,

(fr.

a neg. and

struggle, fight.

$07/0" j a law) lawless; wicked, A6\r/rfis, -ov, b, (fr. same) a chambare, vile; illegal, unlawful, g. pion in the Grecian games, a
pi.

Ov/aTcos, -a, -ov, (fr. last) to be icd of, it is all over, it is
'overy.
f],

of aOifffjtuv.
b,
>/,

AQ(a<paro;, -ov,

(fr.

a intens.
'extra-

wrestler, fighter.

a combatant, a prize- AOvpia, -as,
-ris,
f),

and

Ion. aOvfihj,

and-S
ordinary,
violent ;

os ora.cular) ineffable, AOtddrr/?,
;

-TITOS,

f),

(fr.

next)

unutterable, unspeakable
excessive,

v.retchedness,

misery,

unhappi-

vehement,
prophetic.

ncss, misfortune.

oracular,

Very seldom
ous:

accursed,

impi-

?Ao?, -a, -ov, (fr. n'0Aoj or oc0Aof distress) struggling, striving ;

unhappy,

A0TU)

W, f. -?'<7W, p. riOtrrjKa, (fr. tt'Sercy unsettled) tn set aside, re-

urfortunafr,

miserable, wrc/chct', distressed, corup.

dcnext) dejection, spondcnce l despair ; reluctance. a neg. and , -ov, b, fj, (fr. ;/joj spirit) dejected, downcast, .d, desponding. A6v;iws, (fr. last) dejectedly, Sic. A0v/<c-<, 3 pi. cont. pres. sub. act. of aOvitiw.
(fr.
l

ject, despise; to abolish, annul; to disappoint, fail, frustrate. ; to violate an engagement ; to speak-

er act deceitfully .

AdfTr/na, -tiros, TO,

(fr. last)

wick-

edness, treachery, deceit. A-Btrnais, -10?, Att. -ewj,

same)

a.

f pit ting

away, abolish-

ing, abrogation.

'AOcros, -ov, o, f], (fr. a neg. and $tros settled, th. 5/w cr r/0>; u<
(

to

place) unsettled, um mutable, changeable, fickle ; vain, void, invalid; disapproved, reprcs.
ind.
act.

jected.

A0Tw,

cont.

'A0vp/i, -nros, TO, (fr. aOi'pw to aO\twTcpos, sup. -wroroj. tit ia, play) child/ splay, sport ; a, flay -as, >/, (fr. 0Aoj a contldng, a toy ; a delight, pleasure. test, and r!0rip.t to order) the care, management, or regulation A.0t'po.c, and 0vpw-o?, -ov, 6, ft, (fr. <: 'lu-g. and $i'pa a door) will/cut of public games. a door, cpcn, unclosed, free, pasxA0AoOiT/w -5, (fr. same) to cxhili!, ablc, pervious. regulate, OT conduct public as chilA6\vOtTr,$, -ov, and A0Ao0cTr;p, AOvpb), (fr. same) to play dren abroad, to gambol, sport, b, (fr. same) a pr, -fpos, judge, or umpire, at public frisk; to sing, -warble, n'0-jpj, fcr 3 sin. imp. ind. games ; manager, cr conductor //Ovpc, of such games. AOvros, -ov, o, //, (fr. a neg. and to sacrifice) unfit for sa$v A0Aov, -ov, TO, (fr. next) the prize aboat public combats ; a premium, crifice, profane, polluted, minable. reward, recompense. same as ac0A<?s. 4.0wo?, -ov, 6, //, (fr. a neg. arid , -ov, b, wj) a fine) not fixed, unpunished t b, (fr. last, and
3co

A0ri5v, par. pres. act. cont. of

to carry)
a,

w/io carries thu

'

a0TfW.

prize,
-ov, o, fi, (fr. a neg. and to behold) unseen, neg-

victor, conqueror.
, -ov, b, ,

A0wp7To?,

A0dAw

f,

fi, i,

r. (fr.

a neg. nnd
clear,

free; innocent, guiltless. AOwo'w -u>, f. -wo-o), (fr. last) to exempt, clear, absolve, acquit ;
ABwoofiai -omtai,
to

&wpo
lected,

disregarded;

not

to

be

sediment) limpid, pure, transparent, bright.
0fyu/3of, -ov, 6,
$<5pv/3o?
f,,

be innocent.

'A0ws, -w,

o,

Mount Athos.

seen, invisible

; unforeseeen, sudden, unexpected.

(fr.

same, and
aOwos not fined) exemption; ab-

A0fu)f,

(fr.

<0o?, impious) impi(fr.

undisturbed, tumult) quiet, calm, peaceable.

ously, irreverently. A0Jjvai, -wv, al,

AOpayfvn,
AQqvti Miner-

-rjs,

%,

a

making matches.
(14)

solution,pardon, acquittal. of 6, tree good for Al, At, nom. pi. nom.jjlu.

Air
At, ah ! alas At, Dor. for
!

AIA
!

AIE
venerable, re revtre) awful, verend, respectable, compassion'
ate, pitiful.

ah

ti,

oh that ciQc, ATa, for ya?a, as,
f.

an AfytXo?, -ov, 8, (fr. at( a goat) for herb of which goats are fond. if A?, Ion. would that Aigilos, an island in the Tuscan

me

sea called by the Latins Capraor Cabrera. ria, now Caprara, Atau, -&, to bewail, lament, mourn, grieve. Atyt'Xw, Dor. for Aty/Xov, g. ofAtof ytXo?. AiaKtoao, Ion. for AIKKICOV, g. the (fr. at a goat, Ataicilns, -ov, b, jEacidcs, yt'Xo)^, wrro?, 8, and it/, the eye) a Jistula in son or descendant of
tj,

Poet, for
(fr.

y>}.

c?Xos, -n, -ov,
secret,

(fr.

atc^j unseen)

or -ata,

at alas)

AiaKbs, -ov,

&,

JEacus, a man's
of a?a.

the

corner

name.
A7av, acc.
sin.

Or

voc. of

jEgilops, quently in

of the eye, called from occurring frewild oats ; a goats
;

Or (fr. a d ever, and crj\lu to hurt) hurtful, consuming, destructive, devouring. Ai6>'ifitav, -ovos, b, r/, (fr. aiofOftai to
bright.

concealed; obscure, dark ; unexpected, unforeOr (fr. a intens. and $>'/seen. Xof clear) manifest, apparent,
private,

a man's mast-bearing tree. Alas, -OVTOS, b, Ajax, naname. Atavrc, n. du. AtyiVJjrat, -wv, ot, j&ginetans, tives of .^Egina. Aiavds-fi, -bv, and Atari;?, -tog -ovs, al alas) mournful, lab, }j, (fr. yt6%os, -ov, Ion. -010, 8, (fr. atyt? a goat's hide, and i%u) to hold) mentable; heavy, 'weighty ; grave, crgis-bearing ; an epithet of Jurpprehcnsive ; serious, severe,
direful,

revere) reverent, respectful, difJidcnt, bashful, timorous, modest. cV, -"S -ovs, b, ij, (fr. a neg. and ttow to see) invisible, w?t^cen, antiquated, past, gone.

portentous,
.'

ominous
.'

;

At/?ot,

perpetual, continual, lasting. fy ! shame wo alas

!

It

a neg. and dc<a s, -ov, b, (fr. to see) Poet, in prose'tit^s which is represented with a see. Pluto, death, hell,' the grave. covered with the agis, shield, or skin of the goat Amalthea Aici, d. of at'f, aicos, for af^f.
piter,

who

;

expresses anger, and sorrow.

on which was mounted the Gorfor

t Sios, -ov, b, f , (fr.

ad ever) pereverlasting,
last) perpe-

Atya, a. sin. Atyur, Dor. atywv, gen. pi. of af. Atya0fv, Dor. for AtyrjQcv, from
Atyi),
Jjs,
i],

gon's head.
yt'irov?, -otoc, b,
fi,

petual,
(fr. at

continual,
(fr.

a goat,

eternal.

and Tovg a

foot) goat-footid,

tidrns, -VTOS, $,
tuity, eternity.

or At/at, 5v,

at,

Aiyalov, -ov, TO,
stood,

J&ga;, the name of a town. Aayo? under(fr. last) the

Atyt?, -t'cV, f,, (fr. ai a goat) a goafs hide ; the JEgis or skin

jEgean

sea.

Aiyaiwv, -wj/o?, b, JEgeon, name of a sea monster.

the

Aiyavtu, -a?, >/, and Aydvsov, -ov, TO, a dart, javelin.
AiyStjv,
ly,
(fr. ato-c-w

to rush) sudden-

quickly, hastily, unexpectedly;

violently, with impetuosity, furi-

iStws, (fr. act ever) continually, of the goat Amalthea which eternally. suckled Jupiter a breas/platc, Atcvos, -r), -bv, (fr. a neg. and dcu to see) </ar/:, a shield. Also (fr. afc-trw, to dusky, shady, gloomy. aicrj,s Ion. for aiSvals rush) a storm, tempest. d. pi. fem. AtyXarra, tyXa', Dor. foratyXr/sin. cont. of aiccij. cvra, and aiyX^EV and atyX?jv A?oT, d. from atyXiyt?, cTdTos, Poet, for ai^otdraTof, of atcoToj. AtyX?;, -j;c, ?/, lustre, brightness, A?o?ov, -ov, TO, (neut. of next) the splendour, brilliancy.
;
.

ously.

AtyX//(?,
Ion. skin.
/,

Atyin,

-tjs,

(fr. at

a goat)

a goafs

groin, the reins, the privities. -o-o-ff, -v, (fr. last) bright, sinning, glittering, splen- Aico'tos, -a, -ov, (fr. atJws respect) reverend, venerable, awful, sodid, brilliant.
yoffocKos, -ov, b, and Aiyifidras, -a, b, Dor. for aiyoQorijs, -ov, b,

Aiytiorjs, -ov, b,

(patronym. fr. Atynj? .5Sgeus) JEgides, a man's

lemn,
cJtastc,

retired,

secret,

private ;
pres.

modest.
for at<5fo//at,

name.
Atyto?, and Alytos, -ov, o, /, (fr. at a goat) of or belonging to a Also goat, a goafs, goatish. JEgeus, a man's name.
Aiyetpos, -ov, alder tree.
f],

ct^ a goat, feed) a goatherd,
(fr.

and fioaKu

to

Soiiat,

par.

ai6fjitvos.

the black poplar, or

same, and Aicovs, g. sin. cont. of ai<5w?. a horn) having goafs A'ifptia, -as, and Ion. Aicptj'tri and Kipas an imaginary horns; Capricorn, AfSptii, -rjs, i], (fr. aidpis rude) animal, with the head of a goat rudeness, ignorance, inexperiand tail of a fish. ence, unskilfulness, awkwardydtctpws, -MTOS, b, (fr.
yvTrto?, -or, 8,

AtytaXfta, -a?,

v,

^Egialea, a wo-

man's name.
AtytaXn)?, -fas, b, (fr. atytaXo'? the shore) a fisherman who lives on
the shore.
Aiyia\'iTris, -ov, b, (fr. next) one living on the shore, or by the sea.

same as yv^, a
-ov,
(fr.

vulture ;

an

eagle.

yvTTios,

-a,

next)

ness, simplicity AtSos, g. of a is , for aicrts . Spdyffi, Ion. for a'iSptims, d.

pi.

Egyptian.
.yvxTos, -ov, b,

of aitpcla.
8,

AtywXto?, -oP,

Egypt. an owl.

AiSpls, -los, Att.

-f'ajj, 8,

,

(fr.

a

Aiywv, -uh'o?, 8, (fr. ai% a goat) a AiyiaXoj, -ov, 8, (fr. atyt? a storm, fold, pen, or stable for goats. and ,"X? the sea) a seabeaten rock, Atywv, g. pi. of at'
cliff",

neg. and tcpis prudent) rude, simple ; ignorant, uneducated ; inexperienced, awkward.
s,

-ov, b,

f],

(fr.

aifpls ig-

promontory;
a.

the seashore,
sin.

Atywv,

-oro?,

8,

^Egon, a man's

norant, andoc;7 justice) inequitable, able,

strand, beach,

uiytaXdi

name.

Aiyio\

for A'tfao, JEol. for alcov, g. ofaicijs. aiyica, a. sin. of atyt'?. a Alec, n. pi. fern, of C? with the Aiytitov, -ov, TO, (dim. fr. at

unjust; partial, unreasonwrongful, injurious, maliAt<5w, n. a. v. du.

cious.
Atcfl, a. sin.

goat) a kid, a
Atyt'Cw,
to

young

gorit.

enclitic te.

f. -ITU), p. -Ka, (fr. same) AiSto, Ion. for at^ov, g. of at'^jji herd, feed, or keep goats. Also Aiolonai, -ovpai, f. -laouai and (fr. rtto-o-w, to rush) to blow vioat(5w? p.

Lt^wm ?,
1

-^ffOfjiai,

1'icttrp.at,

(fr.

(fr.

-/o?, or -^o?, A'J.. -/w?, 8, a'icns hell) Alduneus, the

Imthi, tear, rend.

respect)
spect,
to fear,

to

revere, reverence, reto
be.

AmOtzXd;,

-ov, 8, a bird living beas anil insects ; a titmouse.
b,

regard;
obey
;

ashamed;

the

king of the he'atho-n realms jf dead; Pluto, death, hell.

to

AtyiGu;, -9?,

the

name

pardon, forgive,
pass. cont. a
pi.

Lt(!w?, -do? -ov?, %,

of an un-

known

remit, pres. inf.
ctiffGat. prec.

modesty, bashfulness ; shame, decency ; respect,
reverence,

bird.

impr. mid. 2

veneration,

d.

at<5o7

A.yi'/n^o?, -ov, o f, (fr. ot^a goat, and Kvfijjtrj a leg) hatmg legs like a goat ; a satyr.
Aiyf>ti|/, -TTO?, 8.
f;,

cont.

aiciGu.

-o7, a. aitioa -w.

A WE?,

neut. of 01^77?.
I

At?,
a.

and Atfv,

Poet, and Atf?

(fr. at

a goat,

and

to desert) inaccessible, H-t>n to goats ; high, lofly, tower\Eiiru>

pass. pass.
dtffat,

act, alwcgs. impr. Autyevirrjs, -ov. 6, ft, Poet, forawAiolffdriTi, &o\. for. AlSeaaai, Poet, for afytvtTTis, aieiycverduv, 1 a. imp. mid. ofaioiopat. aitiytvtrur, attiytvtryai, Ion.

Cret. for

ing. Aigilips, the naroe of a town.

-ov, 8, $, (fr. atoioftai to

for aieivevtraif.

(15)

AI0
AtcTo;, Poet, for <uroj.

AIM

A1N

Am
comp.
>;,

AIP
em'oYfpo?,
(iriv>% fern, of
-77, -dv, (fr. attrvs high) high, lofly, elevated; towering, arduous ; heavy, overwhelming ; grievous, oppressive ; terrible. Also TTTP, n. pi. fern, ofgcrop. Dor. for #-ep, where.

td, heinous, a man's name. g. -dSol. A.ivclao, Ion. Aivj'w,a. An- lav, V. AJVM. sup. -raro?. Aiva- AivoroKtia, -a?, inf. act. cont Atvv, pres.
ind. or impr. pi. cont. pres. act. of aivfw.

tTravd?,

Poet, and AJVOatvo? severe,

r, 2

rd/co?,

-ov,

6,

(fr.

and rjVrw

to travail)

who has

AJI/'U>?, Att.

g.

of

severe labour.

to A.t'vv>aj, to take, carry off", seize, (fr. ajvfw for Jjvvro, commendation. deprive, a/vvro, Ion. praise) prai$e, 3 sin. imp. ind. (fr. last) praiseAivtTbs, -ov, laudable. AJVWV, par. pres. act. cont, of aiworthy, commendable,

Aiveots, -<of, Att. -ew?,

jTToX/w

-w,
to

M,

TToXfw

(fr. ajf a goat, and be engaged about) to

keep, herd, or tend, goats.
.iTToXjKo'?, *r), -dv, (fr.

Ajvfw -5,
Ka, (fr.

f.

-jjffw, and-fo-w, p. fjvcrvo? praise) to praise, Aji'wv,

Heb.

indecl.

JEnon,

the

concerning, or

Me

commend,
celebrate,

glorify in worship; to

name

of a place.

AirdXjov, -ov,

TO,

(fr.

applaud;

to

approve, AJVWV, fi, ^Enon,the

name of a city.

same) about, a goatherd. same) a

./Zocfc

of goats.

wretch- At7rdXo?,-ov,8,(fr. same)agoaf7iera'. consent, agree, per. pass, fjveftai. AJVW?, (fr. aivo? dreadful) hor-0? -ov?, TO, (fr. aiTrvj high) 1 a. act. ind. fivecra., Ion. aivnoa. edly, grievously ; dreadfully, height, altitude, elevation; an ribly ; greatly, mightily. impr. atvtoov opt. ajvr/aajjui,

A??,

-

jEol. and Poet, atvjjao-eia, -a?, inf. ajv^aai' par. ajv?o-d?.

A^j

aiybs, b,

and
(fr.

/,

a goat.
to rush)

Atfc, -ai'Ko?,

fj,

atao'tt)

,770?, -;/,

eminence, a mountain. -6v, same as

AJVTJ, -^?,

comf), (fr. last) praise, mendation; honour, celebrity; a
story, fable, proverb. Apos. for atvrjfii,

arduswiftness, speed, celerity ; impe- Ami)?, -la, -v, high, lofty ; asous, hard, severe, difficult; rough, tuosity, violence, force; an attack ; a wave, surge. rugged; great, large, mighty, sault,
All-iv,

same as

d. pi.

of

aj'.
j,

Aioiaa, Dor. for ajovaa, par. pres.
Aivtjai, Ion. for ajvaj?, d. pi. fem.
to
AjoXj'<??7?,

same

as aiTrv? 1 or relating

of aive)?' or of am/. Atviypa, -UTO$, TO, and Aj'vjy^o?,
-ov, o, (fr. aivfcffOfjiai to hint)

-ov, b, ^Eolides,
AjoXj?t?,

a man's
-j'<5o?,j

AtirSrof, -ov, 6,

JEpytut, a man's

name. an AjeXi?, and Poet.

name.
ATpa,
-a?,
^,

the herb darnel or

enigma,
question ;
parable.

iares ; a mallet, hammer, axe. a riddle, an obscure ^Eolia, the name of a country, an allegory, metaphor, AjoXXf'w, Poet, for AjdXXoi, f. -oXw, A /pas, Sync, for apaj, 1 a. par.
p. -K.a (fr. aio"Xo? varied) to vary,

act. of adoo).

Aivty//arj'a?, -ov,
r;)?,

and

Ajvty/*ari<7-

diversify, variegate; to
alter ; to vibrate,

-ov, b, (fr. last) enigmatical,

change A.ip, pres. impr. act. 3 sin. and quiver; waver A/pei,

Ai'psij, sin. and

2

fluctuate. A/pT, 2 pi. pres. ind. act. Aipfiobscure, speaking in riddles or and Dor. AjoXorai, 3 sin. pres. ind. mid. ofaipw. parables. AioXo/3pdvr7?, -ov, of /Spdvra?, -a, 6, (fr. aioXo? swift, At'ptt, Ion. for S/ptf, 3 sin. imp. AivjyjuaruxSdi?, (fr. same) obscureand UipfW. tlmnder) the quick ly, darkly, enigmatically.
fipovTri

thundcrer, an epithet of Jupiter. sameasajvttii, to praise, wonder, admire. AjoXoflwpi?^, -7)KO$, b, fi, (fr. ajdXoj varied, and -^oipaf a breastplate] AIVIKTOS, -rj, -bv, (fr. next) enigmaarmed with a coloured breasttical, obscure ; hinted, alluded
Atvj'^ot/aj,
to.

A.ipc9f<j)<ri,

Afpf'0>7,

Ion. for aSp0o5(rt, sub. of j/pfe^v, 1 a. pass, of aJpfu. Ion. for rjofdrj, 3 sin. 1 a.

pass.
ffOfjiai,

Alotdcif
1
f.

part.

Alptftij-

plate.

of alp f <it.

Aivlffffop.ai,

Att. -iTropai, f. -l%op.at, AjoXd/ojn?, -teas, and AJoXo//^r/? -ov, and Dor. AjoXo^ra?, -a, 6 p. fiviypai, (fr. ajvo? a fable) to (fr. same, and //>}n? counsel) of hint, intimate, allude, refer indirectly ;
to

Ion. for a/pov, pres. impr.

mid. of afpw.
pf<Tjj, n.
a. v.
pi.

cont.

Alp-

couch a meaning, convey more than is expressto
(fr.

extensive

thought,

of deep de-

<rus, g. Att.

Atpcriv, a. sin. of

ed.

Aiv69tv,
ly,

at^d? severe) grievous-

signs ; sapient, wise, sagacious, provident. Afpfo-y//of,-ou,o, f], (fr.atpiw to take) , -ov, o, (fr. same, anc easy to 6e tofcen, or captured.

severely;
to

very, exceedingly.

AivoOfv ajvw?, grievously severe,

Jirpa rured

a girdle) wearing a co- A!p<r<?, -jo?, Att. -w?, ^,(fr. same) girdle or belt* election, choice, preference; adoption,
sect,

from bad
ble,

worse.
6, (fr. euro's terri-

Atvo\i<av, -ovro?,

and Xtwv a
77,

lion)

a

terrible

joXdTrwXo?, -ov, 6, >;, (fr. same, asd TrwXo? a young horse) driving pied, or different coloured, or

opinion,

tenet;

heresy; a
to hi

schisma.
(fr.

A<pTf'o?, -a, -ov,
r

furious savage
Atvd//opo?, -ov, 6,
/zdpo?
lot)

lion.
(fr.

swift horses

;

also active, exper*

chosen, preferred,
; to inhabit.

same) &c.

same, and
unfortu(fr.

Aj prj'^(i),(fr.same)
-ov, varied, diversified, , -TI, variegated, party coloured ; agile,

to

select, choose,

hard-fated,

prefer

nate, wretched, miserable.
Ajvo7ra0/)?, -to? -ov?, 6,
;/,

prj*6?, -ov, o, (fr.
lar

same) onewhe

same,
suffer-

and

Trda%<j)

to

suffer)

nimble, active, swift; waving, floating, quivering; chargeable,
flckle, flexible
;

chooses or adopts some particucourse or opinion ; a sectary;
heretic.

ing misery, enduring hardship,
vretched, afflicted.
AivoiT\ri^, -jjyo?, 6,
f),

subtle, artful, sly

;

a

complicated, involved; wreathed,

Aipm?,

-if os,

fi,

(fr.

same) she who

vere, and

setortuous, twisted. (fr. ajvo? 7rX>;o-o-w to strike) lash- AtdXo?, -ov, b, jEolus, the king of the winds. ing, cutting ; austere, morose, inexorable. oXo^aj'rT??, -ov, b, (fr. atdXo? va(fr.

chooses, prefers, loves ; a mistress, a sweetheart.
tptrbs,
-rj,

-ov,

(fr. ;

same)

to

be

chosen, preferred

AlvoTroiao -w,
Trotf'w

OJVG? praise, and

to render) to give praise, A?p/o> -w,f. ->'/aui, p. fiprjica, to take, sing praises, to celebrate, to bear, carry ; receive; seize, grasp, laud. Ion. for /fiov, imp. of aju. 'Aiov, catch, take as a prey in hunting, or war; overtake; overpower, ATvo?, -ov, 5, a fable, an apologue, Aiovaeo -w,f. -rjvu), to sprinkle, wet, a moral, allegory, proverb ; an moisten, bedew, dash. exhaust, wear out, subdue, drive, ruin ; to gain a lawsuit ; to argument, discourse ; praise, ce- Ai6vt]aig -jo?, Att.-u?, ^, a sprinkto

ried, and %air77 the mane) with a waving mane, or adorned with a coloured crest of hair.

desirable, pre*

ferable, eligible, select.

ling, moistening.

harsh, austere; AiopirdTa, a Scythian word signigrievous, painful; cruel, unrefying manslayers. lenting; dreadful, terrible; teiek- Aitrtiav, a. sin. fern, ofatirti?. (17)
?,-i), -dv, severe,

convince, convict, condemn; to take of, or kill; to choose, select, prefer ; to adopt, assume ; to
elect ;

2

a.

from the ob.

C

ft,

AT2
tod.
ind.

AI2
'{\e,

AIT
(fr.

ifXoV impr.
t\\6priv'

&c. mid.
fAou'

Aiffi/jo'a)

-w,

f.

-uVo), p. -u/ca, to A.iff\pbf, -a, -ov,

ai<r\o$ vde.

opt. inf.fAfV0ai/Xofyi/>/'sub. fiAw/taf 2. f. ind. act. Aw' par. l\6pevos,

impr.

mid. Aofyiai.

Alp>jK,

-, Ion. for r/p^t, 3 sin. pper. act. of last.
-r),

Alprjeopai,

-CTUI, 1

f.

ind. mid.

AtptKds, Aiptvoj, -ov, 6, r/, (fr. or darnel. aipa tares) of tares, a intens. and JLipos, -ou, (fr.
6, #,

of same. and

~Ipo?

a beggar's name) beggarly,
to

wretched, miserable.

Afyu,

f. raise, lift, apw, p. ijipKa, elevate ; to excite, impel ; to suspend, hang up ; to hold in suspense, keep in doubt ; to heightto en, exaggerate, aggravate ; take, bear, carry; to conceive,

perceive ; to take
stroy ;
to

off,

cut

off,

de-

weigh anchor,

strike
to

Aip6pai, undertake, commence ; to bear, suffer, endure; to bear off, car-

tents, start, set off.

ry away.
impr.
inf.

1

a.

act. ind.

fjpcr

aoov
1

opt. apofyu* sub.

dpw

dpatf.

Qnri'

jipfiai1

par. a. ind.

dpaf

per.

pass.

f/pOriv'

impr. dp-

pass.

ap(<>'iffop.ai.

Afpuv, -ovaa, -ov, par. pres. act. A/pw<n, 3 pi. pres. sub. act. of last. A(j, aiSos, >i, same as aicr)$. At j, d. pi. fern, of oj.
Atera, -;?, %,fate, destiny, supreme decree ; fortune, allotment, lot,

room, portion, share ; place, stead ; duty, office, engagement ;
reason, equity.
JiiffdKwv, -ovos, b,

a kind of hawk.

AiVdpos, -ov,
A.i<revp.ai,

b,

the
f.

name of a river,
which
river.
aiffdrj-

Dor.
1

for affovp.ai,

for4c-o//at,

mid. of 9<5o>.
f.

A/O^TTOJ, -ov, b,
AiffQavofiai,

JEsepus, a
to

or aiaQiofiai,
to

<ro/iat, p. fjffQrifjiai,

be afflicted,

feel,

perceive;

remark, disthink
to

; comprehend, cern, learn, understand; 2 a. mid. ind. r)a86p.r/v opt. enffflofyojvsub.

afo-fiw/zor

inf.

aiaQicQai'

par.

>/, and-0?jj, a sense ; fta, -aroj, TO, (fr. last) perception, sensation ; thought,

Att. -toj,

knowledge, judgment.
Atff0;oT>jp(ov, -ov, TO, (fr. same)ctn

organ, instrument, or means of sensation, as the eye of seeing, &c. ; or of perception, as the

mind

;

sense, faculty, talent.

JiioOririicbs, -r/,-6v, (ft.

same)/ee/

ing, sensible,
Ai<r0r?TiK(3s,
(fr.

sensitive ; intelli

gent, shrewd, sagacious.
last)

shrewdly,

sensibly,
At(r0?T<>j,

&c.

-dv,(fr. aiaQdvojiai to feel) palpable, sensible, that
-i),

may

be seen, heard, &c. perceptible. AJO-&W, for aiu, to feel, hear, perceive
;

/.fotfwvrai,

also, to expire, die. 3 pi. 2 a. sub. mid. of

aiaOdvofiai.
Affflfioj, -ov, 6,
tal, fated,
fj,

(fir.

aitra.

fate) fa-

decreed

;

just,

vpnght,

A1X
be atked, entreated, &c.', desirable.
tfie

AKA
spear, captured in war, a cap,

AKA
-ou, 8, fi, (fr. a neg. and to restrain) not to be re;

A.ma, -aj> and Ion.

a prisoner, a slave. b, Dor. for at^ryr//?. a spear; the point; a c ftuse, reason, motive, 1"XPI, -rjs, a weapon ; spirit, courage. an accusation ; blame, ment ; a spearcrime; a condiion, state, XUVTris, -ou, b, (fr. last) fault, man, a soldier, a warrior. Adj. situation, case.
tive,

A.irlr, -r/s, >'i, incite-

i^Hards, -a,

strained
bulent.

licentious, unruly, tur-

t'i,

v .Kaiva, and Ion. A*a/ j -7Ji hi a point) a goad ; a staff, (fr. a*n
pole.

A.iTidaaQaL,

for iiTiaaQai, cont. of uTidopat. pres.iuf. pass. an Acriujwa, -&TOS, TO, (fr. next) accusation; blame; ciime.

Poet,

warlike, hostile, aixfi-nrdw, g. Dor. Bceot. Jol. and aiyMT
ruun', g.
pi.

^Knipa,

vEol. for

c

and Aicatpws, (fr. a neg. and Kaipbs opportunity) unseasonably, untimely, unfitly, awkwardly.
-ouj/aij
(fr.
f.

and

aiYHTjTiuv. voc. ai\
-ou,
o,
(fr.

:Xi*o<j>6pos,

Kaiplofiai

-7;<ro/iai,

p.

pat,

(fr.

same)
to

to

ascribe,

or

spear,

and ^opao

to

carry)

a

nKaipriftai,

same)
;

to
to

want
miss,

to chide, reprove. pass. aiTideadai -aadai' imp. pass, jjrtdo/xjjv, -uJ^v'Spl.

impute blame ; nate, impeach ;
pres.
inf.

accuse,

crimi-

spearman, a soldier, a
tya, and by Apos. a?^/', immediately, directly, forthwith, quickly,
speedily.
ifynpos. -a,

means, or opportunity
fail.
Jcojpifl,

-aj,

fi,

(fr.

same) unseaawk-

soiiableness, inconvenience,

nndovro,

-uivro.

-ov,

(fr. last)

quick,

wardness

;

embarrassment.
8,
17,

AtrtariKoj, -ou, 8, >), (fr. cusing, criminatory.

same)

ex-

swift.

.Kaipios, -ov,

(fr

same) mosliglit,

AmaXoyta,

-as,

rj,

(fr.

same, and

nj/ripoK&v8os, -ou, 8, f), (fr. last and KfXcuQos a road) quick on tin
,

mentary, transitory,
vial, transient.

tri-

road, speedy, fleet. \6yos talk) excuse, plea, extenuation, apology, defence. Atw, Poet, to hear, listen, attend ti to -arosi TO, (fr. same) an learn, know, perceive; Am'dpa, accusation. breathe forth, expire, die. par Amov, -ou, TO, (fr. same) reason, pres. aiuv. cause ; fault, blame. for nltltv. iiav, Dor.

.Kaipoj, -ou, 8, ^,(fr.

same) unscoinconvenient,

sonable, untimely,

awkward
iKa/caXjj,

;

unfit, unqualified.
fi,

-t'^oj,

an Egyptian
a neg. and

seed.
\.KaKi'/Tris,

-ov, b, (fr.

(fr.same) causing, A<uu', -wvos, b, (fr. atl ever, and u; effective, operative, efficient ; in being) eternity ; an age, life duration,or continuance of time fault, guilty, culpable, accused sub. a cause, source, origin, aua period ; a revolution of ages a dispensation ofprovidence ; thi thor, mover, comp. amu>r| world, or life ; the world, or lif to come. Amdwirai, Poet, for amwj/rat, of Atuva, -wvaj, -lavi, -uvoj, -wvajv pi. cont. pres. ind. pass, -iDc-(, cases of last,

AWof, -ou,

8,

fi,

KaKos

Jiarmless

AKOKW,

innoceni, guiltless, ; benign, benevolent. inno-as, f,, (fr. same)

bad)

cence, simplicity, integrity.

innoK&KOS, -ov, b, f], (fr. same) cent, harmless, simple, undesigning, artless, g.
pi.

aKawv,
rj,

;,

-tos-ovs, e,>%
to

(fr.

omaa
in

Ku^upjjdrrjf, -ov, b, quiet, and piut to

(fr.

aKaXo';

iion'^uj, (fr. last)

to

eternize,

per

cause) relaiing
or origins.
A.ITVIJ, -TJS,
>;,

causes, motives

petuate, imm<.

jEtna, a volcano

Atwnof,-ou,8, >/, (fr. same) eternal immortal, perpetual ; former
past, ancient.
(fr. next) a raising wpa, -as, lifting, suspending, or hangin
>},
t

now) calmly jio&ing, gently swelling, smoothly gliding, g. JEol. a*:aXopp/rao. a nettle ; a sort of K.a\f}<bri, ->??, (/,
Jish, or shell. KaXX/jj, -tos -ovs, b,

Sicily.

Aror?7i>,
[ii,

-rj$, -TI,

&c. Alt.

for aiToi-

and KaXos

fair)

a neg. TI, (fr. without beauty,
8,
fj,

opt. of atrad. Atroj, Dor. for rf
;

plain, ordinary.
A.KaXLept]Tos, -ou,
(fr.

up

;

a

vessel,
;

bucket,

or

thin

last,

AtrdXioj, -ou, 8, ty, AJTOUAtrouvTj, d.sin. cont. and aa, n. fem. sin. cont. of atrfw.
Atrw/*E0a, mid. or pass. andAtn act. 1 pi. cont. pres. sub. fitv, AJTOJV, par. pres. act. cont. of

suspended

an image hung u
t

among
(jiplu)

their vines, according
f.

ana hcos sacred) unpropitious, unfavourable.
AA:a>o ;-,
-i),

heathen superstition.
-u},
-/;<rci),

-bi;

(fr.

nca quietly)
(fr.

p. -rjKa, to lif

raise, exalt
to

;

suspend, hang up

quitt, calm, still. AKdXviTTos, -ov, 8,
(caXt'irrw to

same.
A.i(f>vris,

to fed exalted A.ioplo[iai -ovfuai, boast, vaunt; to scorn, dis
;

a neg. and cover) uncovered, exbare ; open, unconcealed. posed,
fj,

.

same

as

dtyvia.
'/,

dain
last)

to

bs

suspended,

hang

Kap'j.iTO\6yV7js,

ov, b. (fr.

axduas

Aj!>i'fc?oj, -ou, 8,

(fr.

sud

dangle.
copou/*',

den, unexpected, unawares, un foreseen. A.i<f>vioiov, suddenly.

pres. ind. pass. cont. o
a/c>J

unwearied, and X<5y^J7 a spear) unwearied at the spear, brave,
courageous. aica//avroXoy;av,
g.
pi.

last.

Ai^vtciwj, (fr. last) suddenly, at once ; unexpectedly. Ararat, 1 a. inf. pass. At^/ia'^w, and Poet. ai%
L

all A.Kd,

Poet, for

or n

Dor.
i, (fr.

KafiavToniixw, -ov,
next) the Academia, a school o
or

brandish, spear) ai%pri use the spear ; to Jight.

a

to

philosophy at Athens. the English, Academy.
A.Kacr)[ios,

Henc
th

andjm^o^ai
in
blc.

the Jight,

to figbt) valorous,

same, unwearied
iniinci-

-ov,

b,

Academus,

Kapavroxovs,

supposed founder of the precec
TOS a captive) bondage, capiivity a captive multitude.
in
-

and

TTOLIS

-otios, o, (fr. same, a foot) unwearied of

foot, active, swift, nimble.
f.

AKO'^W,

,. -Vffu>,p.

j/

edge)
vokc,

-o-u, to whet,

and-w,

(fr. OK;; a sharpen, to pro

Kdfias,

reuxa, (fr. same) to fcao, or car. ry away captive, to enslave.
Ka,(fr.

irritate ;

to fret,

distress

a neg. unwearied, indefatigable, not fatigued, not

and

xra/u'w

-avTos, to

8,

17.

(fr.

tire)

per. pass.

fiKatj\ia.i.

tired;

incessant,

constant; vio-

Axa0ap<n'a,

-as,

r,,

(fr.

a neg. and

lent.

Also Acamas, a man's
-ou, o, j;, (fr. same) sin. Ion. a/cajwarojo, d.
oKa/<aTJ)fft.
'

same)fo take,lead

into cap-

tivity, en.?!ave,subdue; to restrain

repress, subdue, passions or pro

pensities. per. pass. /iat. 1 f. ind. pass.
drjaofiai,

ij^

KaOaipu to cleanse) pollution, foulness, impurity ; uncleanness, Jilth; lewdness, incontinence. as AKaBdp-rris, -TITOS, >/, (fr. same,
if by

-Kdparos,

same.
pi.

g.

fem. Ion.
(fr.

3

at^
a spear

Sync,

for

aKadapd-rrjs)

un-ou, 8, ^,

-off, and"

pi. -crovrai.

cleanness, impurity, lewdness.

-ioos, h*

-

atvur^

and

aXi'cxw

to

take) to/^n

&.Kd9apros, -ov, b, rj, (fr. same) pure, unclean, dejfiled, unfit for receiving the rites of religion.

im-

a neg. and Kauirru) to bend) unbending, unyielding ; stiff, rigid, inflexible; having no
1

return.

(19)

AKA
Arav, -avoj,
6,

AKA
->;?,
f/

AKH

and 'AxavQa,

AKI
A*7A7roj,-oi>,
6,
fi,

ARM
a neg.

AKO

(i'f.

an

AKO
ostentatious) unassum ing,' modest, unqualified.
A/cova'w
-u>, (fr. attovr,

AKP
Anovd^w,
hear,
to
(fr.

AKP
to

OKOVO)
to

hear)

to

and
clear,

(f>atvu

to

appear)

bright,

listen,

attend on an

distinct; pure,

unmixed;

a whetstone

invitation, to be invited.

lively, active, swift.
pi.

a neg. am ic6vov\o$ a thump) without blows unpunished. AKdvrj, ->)s, f], a grinding-stone,
AK6vSv\os, -on,
6,
f,,

to whet, sharpen, quicken, excite.

grind

;

tt

AKOVC, -mo, sin. and -trt, 2 pres. impr. act. Aratkiy,

-ti

(fr.

2 3
pi.

AxpavToy, -ou, 6, $, (fr. a neg. and Kpuivu to complete) imperfect,
unfinished, defective, frail ; vain, fruitless, ineffectual.
a/cpoy. 'A*rpay, \Kpnrrla, -ay, ')'/,

sin.

and -o/m-,
ind. act.

-ere, -ovat

pres. Ion. for

AKOVUV, pres.
/,

A/eovf/icv inf. act.

see

Of

(IKOV-j).

whetstone.

'AKOVIJ,

-ijy,

same

as <:*>/.

AKOVITI, (fr. a nejr. anda^viy dust] without toil, easily, readily.
A/coVFrov, -ov, rd, the herb aconite or monkshadc ; poison.

'A/covpoy, -ov, 6, ^, (fr. a nog. an to shave) unsliorn, untrimKtipia

and (fr. a neg. *-pToy strength) inability to restrain the appetites ; intemperance, excess
chastity.
;

incontinence,

un-

med, rough
less.

,

unseemly
xrcwpoy,

;

beardfoi

Or

(fr.

Ion.

'AKovra, aKovre,
-ovira, -ov.

a'/covrey, fr.

UKUV

Axparfvonai, f.-vo-o//t
ir.temperate)
ly,
to act

(fr.a/fpaT>;y
to

K<5poy

A*rouy,

a youth) c/7 see a^oir.
f

intemperatcexceed,

to live dissolutely ;

AxdvTiay, -ov,

6, (fr. UKMV a dart) a A/cot'o-frjcrOstf, -ao-a, -c^ , serpent, called in Latin Jaculus. pass, of
f.

1 a.

par

indulge, pamper.

AKovrifa,

-law,

p.
lite

-tKa,

(fr.

same)

to

throw

javelin;

to

hurl, dart, discharge. TKTU, Ion. aKovriffa.

1 a. rjK6v-

AKparcvTtKos,-ov, b, >jj(ft. last) disjcoveidti), (fr. next.) to farce, comsolute, intemperate. lobe forced; AKpariis, -f'oy-oPy, o, /, (fr. a neg. pel. AKovcid^ofjtat, to act unwillingly, be reluctant and Kftdros unable to ; strength) to shun, curb the appetites, intemperate, avoid, loatlic, decline.

AKOVTIOV, -ov, TO, (dim. of same) AKOvVtoy, -ov, 6, r/, and -ia,-(ov, (fr '/(te,debaucJicd, unchaste. a smaller kind of'javelin, &c. a neg. and txcuv willing) u/m ill- Axpiirfiros, -ov, b, i), (fr. same, and A/covn'fny, -toy, Att. -tuy, Kpuriui to restrain) not to be (fr. ing, involuntary, loathe, discond*u v a dart) a throwing of th tenled, reluctant. checked, restrained, or kept within bounds; ungovernable, licenjavelin, ilarting, hurling, shoot- AKOV<TM$ (fr. last) unwillingly, re
,'/,

ing

;

a volley.

luctantly.

tious.

AKovrjOTfjy, -ov, b, Dor. AKoi'rjoruy, -a, 6, and AKOvnorjJp, -fjpoy, b,
(fr.

Kovapa, -aroy, TO, (fr. a/ccvu to AKparifa, (fr. a*porov unmixed hear) o hearing, the ti:ing heard, wine) to carouse, indulge; to
A/covcTt'oy,

cer,

same) a javelin-man, a lanwho is armed with missile

weapons.
A/covrio-TiAro'y,

clever at the

a sound ; fame, report. breakfast. -a, -ov, (fr. same) that AKjtuTicua, -aroy, TO, (fr. same) must be heard, attended to, obeybreakfast : an early meal taken ed. -i), -ov, (fr. same) by those who cannot restrain dart ; sup. aKovna- AKovarrjf, -ov, 6, (fr. their hunger. same) an auditor, hearer, scholar.

rciraroy.

A(c0uT(o-roy,

-ov,

6,

#,

(fr.

last)

Aicovrto-rvy, -voy,^, (fr. same) dex- AKOVCTIKOS, -rj, -ov, (fr. same) reterity in using the dart, or javelating to hearing, or sound ; listlin ; a trial of skill, or a fight ening, attentive, obedient.

breakfasts,

having

breuk-

with missile weapons.
A-KoTTj'aoToy, -ov,
b,
fj,

AKovordy, -ov,
(fr.

b,

fj,

(fr.

same)

to be

a *d KoVoy fatigue) fres\ vigorous,
AKOTrttfo-Twy,
(fr.

a neg. unwearied,

heard, audible, distinct.

AKparov, -ov, rb, (neut. of next) pure or unmixed wine. iKpuros, -ov, b, Y], (fr. neg. and
Kc-pavvv/u
to

tovT/w,

f.

-iaui,

p. rjKovriKa (fr.
to hear, to

able, active, har-

same)
attend.

to

cause
1
f.

make

simple

;

unsullied,

mix) unmixed, pure, untouched ;
a/cpdvoXoy, -ov,

Att. aKovrtu, -ny,
p. ftKovKa, to hear ;
listen
to,

last) vigorously,

&c.
<ovw,
f.

KpayoAoyj
-o-o),

perfect, complete, just. Dor. for
o,
,},

actively.

(fr.

aKpoy extreme, and

see a/coirwc-Toy. AK6pc<TTos, -ov, b, ^ and Poet. AK<$pToy, or 'A/copoj, (fr. a ne g. and
'A/co7roy, -ov, 6,
fi,

to

hearken or

attend;

Kope'w to satisfy) insatiable, greedy, ravenous, voruioy S ,
(fr. same, and Koptu to sweep) unswept, unbrushed, vrtpclished,

to comprehend, learn, stand ; to regard, obey ; to be called, or said to be. imp. act. i/Kovoi'. la. r-Kovaa, Ion. UKOVW opt. aKovffa7ut, JEol. aKovccia, -' -ay, par. a/covaay, .i^ol. OKOV<raty.

%oXij anger) irascible, passionate. under- A K pi pur, -ovoy, 6, (perhaps fr.

and *:p^aa) to hang) a large branch, or arm of a tree; a bough ; a shoot, sucker. vptcTtcpov, (fr. dVpoy extreme, and late in the evenccnrepos evening)
a/cpoy high,

per.

pass.
f.

^Kova/iat,

1 a.

ing, dusk.
.rpr/, -rjs,
fj,

dirty, neglected.

'AKopov, -ov, TO, the herb or galingale.

swc<'t?orn

fj

tjKovcOrjv. 1 act. ind.

fjicoov.

aKouffOijcopa:. 2 a. 2 f. ind. act.

Ion. for uKpa.
11,

.Kprjfios,

-ov, b,

(fr.

dxpo$ ex*

a/cow. 1

f.

ind.

mid. aKovcopai.
Ion.
aKovacai. Att. ai:rJKoa. 2

treme, and

'r/fir]

youth) young,
axpr]Toi:o-

A/cdy, -toy -o?y, TO, (fr. aKfo/mi to

2

sin.

aKovcrr].
I'JKOO..

boyish, childish.
>uiri, -TIS,

cure) a cure, medicine, remedy; expiation, atonement. AKo'o-fc??roy, -ov, b, fj, (fr. a ncg. and
Koapfd) to adorn) unadorned, plain, not ornamented.
A/coo-|u<,-t,

per.

mid.

Ion. for
aKpriros

^ mid. aKOijffopat.
>'ol<av, -ot'cra,

aia, -ay,

>/,

(fr.

unmixed,

-ov, par. pres. act. AKOI'UHI, 3 pi. pres. sub. act.
r

and

strong drink; drinking plain wine ; a drinking
TroViy drink)'

bout.

-ay,

^,

(fr.

same, and

order) it-ani o/" ornament, plainness, simplicity ; irregularity, confusion, disorder, tumult.
Koo-fidy

,..,-. h (fr. >oy highest) heigm summit, eminence; a fort, 'il;'a cape, prodel, fo.' tress ; montory , beech, shore; extrea

'Trj$,

-ov,

6,

(fr.

same) a

toper,

drunkard,

'Awo-fioy, -ov, o,

11,

(fr.

same) plain,

unadorned;
AK<5<r//u)y, (fr.

irregular,

mity, verge disorder- Alpaca-Toy, Poa,. for dKpavro?.

a neg. raid Affpjjroy, -ov, b, v, (fr. to mix) unmixed, pure, *cparvi'// sincere, lionest, innocent, plain;
chaste.
V.^pt/3rt'^w,
f.

ly, undisciplined,

tumultuous.

AKpans, -foy

-OIN

6,

^

(fr.

nxrpoy

-aerw,
to

p.

-a/ca,

(fr.

last) disorderly, dis-

high) high, elevated, on an emi-

gracefully, indecently.

nence; on
cial.

the

AKOOT!W -to, fr. -jaw, (fr. next) to feed on barley ; to pamper, fatten.
AKOOTTJ), -ijy,

sv/ace,
(fr.

superfi-

examine, try, a/cpi/^y exact) prove, inquire, search, scrutinize.
AK-pi/3a<ruoy, -ov, b, (fr.

same) exa-

AicpaToy, -ou, 6,
est,

>;,

loftiest;

ssame) highOr extreme, last.

mination, trial, scrutiny, search; a limit, boundary, restriction,
cpifida, -ay,
fi,

j,, barley, food in (fr. dxpa. a fort) of the castle. general, victual*. Aicpai0v>?y, -f'oy -oCy,5, ^, (fr. same,

(fr.

same)

exact-

ness, accuracy, nicety.

(22)

AKP
of jUpi0WTefw?,comp. -roTof, sup.

AKP
i'i,

AKT

A*plj%,

-tos -ovs, b,

accurate,

AAA
sa

AAF
as o
AaXi'w
to

AAE
'

me

speak)

inexpressible,
inefTO,

-dvos, 6,

A.Kw\toTOs, -77, or member. part,
'AftrwAo?, -ou, &,

a weapon. -ov, deprived of any

And

a neg. and >/, (fr. KU\OV a member) </wtf wants some part, member, or limb, especially
the feet;

maimed, mutilated, de6,
//,

fective.

A*wAuroy, -ou,
/cwAuw
to

(fr.

same, and

ana 'AXy^ais, -ioj, Att. -ew?, sorrow ; pain, fable. ^, (fr. same) >, ache ; grief, AAaArjTOf, and Dor. aAaAdTo?, -ou, mourning, trouble. same as aAaAay- AXy?pd?, -a, -bv, (fr. same) grievo, (fr aXaX?) ous, mournful ; painful. A.\aXKonvr)is, -iSof, h, (fr aAdX/ca) AXylwv, comp. dXytoroj, sup. (fr. to assist, and fitvos strength) same) more and most grievous, able to relieve, the mighty helper, mournful, painful, &c. an epithet of Minerva. 'AXyoj, -oj -ouj, Td,wo ) grief, sorunutterable,

unspeakable,

unhindered, 'AXaA*:ov, Ion. for ^AaA/cov, imp. or 2 a. of A/ewAuTwy, (fr. last) without stop, A.\d\Kta, same as aXieta, or dX/cu. or prohibition. hindrance, 'AXaXoj, -ou, 6, fi, (fr. a neg. and AaAao to speak) dumb, mute, siAKWV, and A/COUJ, -dvroj, 6, a dart
hinder)
free, at liberty, unrestrained

row, sadness ; trouble, hardship, distress ; pain, ache, soreness. AA<5f'u> -5. or 'AA<?w, f. -jfau), p.
-nica,

also AXio/vw,

f.

-avw,

to

javelin, weapon.
'A.KUV,

lent.

feed, nourish, maintain ; to invigorate, strengthen; to increase,

and A/KUIV, -ovaa, -ov, (fr. c A\aXvKrrinai, by Att. redupl. for enlarge, augment. <ii> a A.\O>I<?K<I>, (fr. last) to grow, beneg. and willing) unwilling a\vKTr)p.ai, which is either come larger, increase. Poetic present tense, or per. averse, reluctant; involuntary, unintentional. pass. Ion. of aXvicriopai, Poet. A.Xta, -as, and Ion. AXci}, -rjs, fl>

a. sin. of 5Xf. "AAa<5' for (fr. aXfco to shun) escape, flight, A.Xa!-6vS, -wv, o't, Alaxones, a peoaXaSt, to sea, seaward. refuge. ple adjoining Scythia. to wander, ink. f. 'AAa/3a, -rjs, >;, AXta, -as, and Ion. AX/, -??, ^, AAdo^at, -riffofiui, Aea< ? warmth. A.\a(idpxrjs, -ou, 6, (fr. dAa/3a ink, stray, roam, rove ; to err, misand dp^oj chief) a penman, take ; to doubt, hesitate. AXtaivu, (fr. last) to grow warm. scrivener ; a governor. and A.Xiaadai, and AAtiaff0at, for aAfwriter, AAadf, -ou, 6, 17, (fr. a neg.

"AAa,

AAd/?aorpov, -on, TO, and aXdfiacrrpos, -ou, 6, alabaster ; a box made

Adw

to

see)
;
f.

short-sighted
-u>,

blind; purblind, with but one eye.
(fr.

vaffOai

and aAuaa(70aj, 1 a. mid. of aAeoi and aAfuw.
-ou, 6,
f,,

inf.

of for ointment, or perfume ; such a box made of other ware.
it

-wo-o.,

last)

to

AAfynvdf,

(fr.

aXf'ya)

to

A.\dSpofios,

sea,

and

at sea, rate.

(fr. uAj the a course) roving a corsair, pi cruising;

-ov,

6,

'/,

CQOJJLOS

deprive of sight; to deceive, delude. Ion. AAaodKola, -as, T),
blind, 7r7, (fr. aAadf purblind,

regard) mournful, soi r awful, sad, melancholy, grievous ; anxious, watchful. solicitous, attentive,

and CKO~bs a view) dimness of sight, an

A.Xaovia,

indistinct view ; a bad lookout, -as, f/, (fr. aAd^wv a braggart) a boast, ostentation, neglect of guard. pretension ; pride, pomp, arro- A.Xa7radvbs, ->i, -bv, (fr. next) easily gance. destroyed, injured, impaired, or

See also aAyv<5$. AAeyfw, f. -ttrw, p. -/c, same as AAtyw, f. -fu>, to toJce core q/", see
look to, to, order, provide; to attend, regard, respect ; to value,
-bv, (fr.

A\aovvofjiai, f. -uVo^a, pained; soft, tender, delicate; to boast, brag, glory, vaunt. weak, frail. to exAAa^ovfj, -ovas, cases of AAaTrd^o), f. -fw, (fr. Aa7rdu> AAao>v, -6vos o, fj, a boaster, prehaust) to waste, destroy ; to rob, tender. Adj. self-assuming, insospoil, pillage, plunder ; to empty, 1 a. j;Ad7raa, lent, vain-glorious, arrogant. exhaust, drain. Ion. aXdirafa- inf. aAa7raai. AAaflefa, AAafleriw, AXa6%, Dor. for aX/0a'a, &c. "AAoj, -OTOS, TO, (fr. uXs the sea)
,

-rj,

aAfa heat)
to

warm, temperate,
favw,
(fr.

tepid.
flee,

escape;

to

a \i<a to shun) shun, avoid.

Imp.

aXltivov, Ion. for ri\iuvov.
ff), -ijs, f/, (fr.

same) see a\td.

Xtia, -as, q,

see dXtc/a.

AAa0j,

par. ofriXdOvv, 1 a. pass.

salt

brine

;

the sea ; hospitality,

of d\t}ui, a\u), or aXdofiai. entertainment. A.\ddtjTos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and AAao-Tfoi -w, (fr. dXacros indelible) Aav0dvu> to hide) not to be conto feel heavily, resent, be angry, not forget ; to fret, grieve. cealed, notorious, public, conspicuous. Dor. for dA?o-rof.
'AAao-Toj,

fiovToj, -ou, 6, i^, (fr. a neg. and Xtiaivii) to pohsh) unpolished, coarse, unfinished. Aaap, -OTOS, rb, (fr. aAw to grind) meal, flour. AAAfya, Att. for jjXci^a, per. of

AAatoj, -a, -or, for ira\ai6s.
,

-as, a,

Dor.

\do-TUf), -opog, b, (fr.
\tjdofjiai

for

AAaAay/id?, -ou,
-aroj, TO
battle
(fr.

6,

and AXdXaypa,

a cheering
;

next) a din, shout; used by soldiers in

a neg. and 'AX/i/ia, -aTos, rd, (fr.same) uncto anointing; ointment, beiion, forget) a punisher, an avenger, who inflicts woes not to smearing, daubing. be forgotten ; an evil genius, a AXefoj, Dor. for HAtro?, -ou, 6, *. demon ; execrable. Also Alastor,
A.\eiiTTrjs,

lody,

exultation'; sound, mewarbling; lowing, bleat
sin.

a man's name. AAdTaj, -a, 6, Dor. for AA^T?f. Also Alatas, or Aletes, a man's

-ov,

b
}

(fr,

oXe/dw to

anoint) an. anointer, one who oiled and attended the wrestlers; a

ing.

name.

perfumer.
imp.
aTn-pov, -ou,
vessel
TO, (fr. same) a for ointment ; a room for

A.\aXdov, neut.

AAaXdov- AAaTO,
of
(fr.

Ion. for 7/Aaro, 3 sin.
for 5;AaTo,

raj, a. pi. par. pres. act.

AXaAdco,
next)
to
to

f.

-daw,

p.

-a/ca,

"AAaTo, Dor.

3

sin. 1 a.

anointing.
fjj,

cry alala, shout, cheer

;

mid. of aAAo^at.

par. pres. of

d\ij/*i,

or par.

wail, yell,

howl;

to

clatter,

AAawTuj, -vos,

r,,

(fr.

aAao? purd.

2

a.

pass, of aA/w.

tinkle, clang, clank.

AAaA7,
a,

-T)s,

ft,

alala,

and Dor. aAaAa, -as, an unmeaning word,
of soldiers

blind) blindness, dimness ofsight. AXe/o-ov, -ou, TO, 5

an embossed cup,
tankard, gobnext) a sinner.

AAy
and

,

for

dXyea,
-ov,

pi.

of dAyoj,

a drinking
let.

vessel,

forming the shout joining battle.

-r),

AAy?pof, -a, -bv, AAY???, -ou,

6, (fr.

AAdAj^/at, ind. a\d \rjadai, inf. oAaX?/uvof, par. per. pass, by redupl. from aXdo/xat. redupl. prea. from

Or by a like
oX^ai,
act.

AAy?v<5$-, -eo-o-a, -cv, (fr. next) grievous, mournful, sad; Comp. a\ytipainful, aching. vdrepos, sup. -raroj.

See aXiTp6s(fr.

a neg
duties ;

pubhc, and

fpyw work)

AXoXi7roj,-o,

{,

f,,

(fr.

a neg. and

AXyt'w -5, f. -jfaw, p. fayijKa, (fr. dXyoj pain) *o ocA, /c/ poin ; mtntrn, fret, pine, grime. (84)

an immunity from public
a privilege, exemption.

AAE
$ap, -arcs,
TO, (fr. next) oint-

AAH

AAH

A At
AA>;Tvw,
(fr.

AAI
to

next)

wander

AAA
saw, preserve ;
to assist, relieve;

AAA

AAA

AAO
race, tribe,

AAT
d.
sin,
n, -tig,
fi,

AAQ
aXj the sea
sink under weakness or sorrow}

or

nation,

(fr.

f,

-ov

}

b,

17,

(fr.

same,

and <j>o)vt) voice) of a differen language ; strange, foreign.
AXXiJfo, Poet, for aAAa^ou. AXXu<r/c, Poet, and Ion. for avi\vs, imp. act. of ava\vu>. AAAvro?, Poet, for a'Auroj. AAAuw, Poet, for avaAtiw.

to grieve, shake) an epithet ol despond. ; marine, sealwrn, A\vaO[jialv(a, (fr. same, and ao&to pant) to daughter of the main. //a/vtu ache, be oppress-

and

aevu) to

a sea

nymph

'AXoupyoj, -ov, and 'AAoupyjjf,
-oDj, 6,
fi,

-,'oj
'

ed, to pant.

(fr.

work) made from
violet- coloured.
'

same, and tpyov
the sea, purple,

A\v(ns,

-log,

Att. -ewy,

f),

(fr.

a

neg. and Ai5u> to break) o chain, bond, fetter.
-log -oCj, b,
fj,

AXoi)?, -ovaa, -bv, par.

2

a. act.

o A\vfftT\fig,

(fr.

a

'AXXu>0v, by Ectas. for XXo0/-v. 'AAAwj, (fr. aAAoj another) .otherwise ; beside, moreover ; idly fruitlessly, in vain ; rashly, unintentionally ;
rectly.

'A\o(j)og, -ov, b, //, (fr. a neg. anc Xd0of a crest) without the crest

neg. Xt5w to pay, and rfXoj tax) unserviceable, unprofitable, useless; pernicious, hurtful.

wanting

the crest,
>';,

unplumed.
a together, anc

; -ov,

(fr.

AXucrKa|o>, (same as next) pres. d. sin. a\vcKd$ovTi.
f.

par.

falsely,

incor-

a bed)
concubine.

a wife, consort AXuo-Kw,
to

-^w,

(fr.

aAo

to avoid)

skulk,
1

shun,
1
f.

avo\d,

evade

;

aAAo/mt to AXdw, Poet, for aXoi, 2 sin. cont. leap) leaping, dancing ; a leap, impr. mid. of aXdo^ai -w^ar bound, spring; an eminence, impr. pres. aXaov -w. tomb. mound, AXowi/, par. pres. act. cont. o aXoaw a. sin. mas. cont. AXo"AX/j>oj, 'and Mol. 'AX^voj,by
"AAjua, -aroj,
TO,
(fr.

flee,

escape.

aAufa?.

a. ft\va" par. mid. aAtio^at -i),

to of, -ov, b, (fr. aArfw anxiety,
tion.

rave)

perturbation,

distrac-

pi AAvo-o-w, (fr. same) to suffer agiAAu?7 -m, h and AXywwpz?, -tSos, >/. cont. pres. ind. of aXao/*at. tation, or distress of mind; to (fr. aXj the sea) a %uor </ia 'AXraf, -lov, al, the Alps, mounrave, be mad. remains in saltpits beneath tht tains so called. AAvoratVw, (fr. same) to be weak, salt; brine, pickle. or 'AXTrioroj, for -Sa'Xto faint, be 'AXTmoroj, dejected. "AXpyaos, -a, -oi/, (fr. last) salt, TTIOTOS', sup. of A\vrr/g, -ov, b, (fr. a neg. andXvw to release) a conbriny. $d\irto-Tos, or rather the sup. o lictor, beadle, AX -KOS, f/, same as aX*c;/. meal stable. 'AXTTVOJ, -77, -ov, (fr.

utvra. Sync, for aXX<fytvoj, par. pres. of aXXo/iat. A\6d)VTat, Poet, for aX&vrat, 3

&

AAoaw

d\<f>i

-ai,

f.

-;y<rw

and -daw,

p.

feeding,

nourishing,

cheering

-77*a, (fr. aAwj a to tread, or rub

threshing floor] corn out of the
kill.

agreeable, pleasant f

comp.

a\it

'AXuToj, -ov, loosed; not
remitted,

b,

1%

(fr.

same) not
',

to

be loosed, released,

requited ; fast, firm

ear, to thresh ; to strike, fell, par. 1 a. pass. aAoafctj.

AAoatto, Poet, for last.

"AXj, aXd?, fj, the sea, the ocean. "AXj, aXoj, o, salt; wit, fancy genius.
in

binding.

AXt^J), -tig, if, (fr. or depression of the

next) a sinking,

AAoytw -w, f. -jjo-u), p. -rjKa, (fr. a 'AXaof, -EOJ -ouf, ro, a wood, gro thicket ; a lawn or open space neg. and Adyoj account) to make
no account of;
to neglect, slight
;

spirits, anxiety, perplexity, or distraction, of

mind.

aforest.
AX<rwi5;/?, -EG? -ouf, o,
//,

AXvw,
(fr.

f.

-vow,

to afflict one's self,

contemn, despise. AAoyfy, -TJS, ft, (fr. last) contempt, sligM, inconsistency, absurdity ;
rashness, temerity.

last

woody, shady, leafy

;

branching

fret, grieve ; to despond, despair ; to wander in mind, be distracted,

rave;

to

wander ;
to

to exult,

skip) nimble, active, lively.
A.XTO, Ion.

A\6yios, -a, -ov, (fr. same) insensible, stupid, unreasonable ; con-

and Sync,

for SjXarc

triumph, nothing,

boast;

be idle, do

live at ease.

3

sin. 1 a.

mid. of oXXo//at.

temptuous,

scornful;
>/,

negligent
indis-

of accounts.
A\oyiffTia, -a?,
(fr.

same)

for >;XTO pper. of same. .Xi57, -r)g, fj, the head, or stock oj the plough, into which the tail or

Oi 'A\$a, indecl. alpha, the first let. ter of the Greek alphabet. Metaphorically, o beginning, source,
origin.

cretion, imprudence, rashness. AA<5yJToy, and 'AAoyo?, -ov, b,
(fr.

handle
fj,

is fixed.
-fi,

A\<pdiog, -ov, 6, Alphceus,

a man's

\vKog,

-ov, (fr.

a\g salt)
to

name.
A\(j>dv<j),

irrational, brute ; unreasonable, absurd, inconsistent.

same)

ish, briny.

or

AA0i>,

f.

->/crw,

and

AAoyjo-TttK, (fr. last) unreasonably,

XuArra^w, (fr. aXuw to rave) fear, dread, apprehend.
Xu/crfo/iai, A\vKTTjiiai,

absurdly.

and AXc(fr. aXt'cr-

d\d>a) to find, discover, invent ; to earn, get, produce, receive as wages. 2 a. act. ind.
-fa<i>, (fr.

AAo'yw?,

(fr.

aAoyoj irrational) ab-

XuKT7ty<ai,

Poetic verbs,

7/X00V" opt. dXdtOLut.

surdly, unreasonably. Ji\6r), -ns, fi, the aloe.
A\or}rds,

and 'AAo^ro?, -ov, b, (fr. aXoaco to thresh) threshing time ;
harvest.
(fr.

'A\60w,

aXf the sea)

from

the

sea, from sea. AAoia, Ion. for ?;Xo/a, imp. act. of

3

sin. cont.

wander in mind, 'AA0aoj, -ov, 6, Alpheios, a river. doat, rave ; to faint, sink ; to be A\<pcai(3oiai, -uv, al, (fr. a\<j>l<a to alarmed, shocked, angry, i, find, and /3ou$-anox) those young nant. women, who from their attracdXi \VKTOTri5t}, -rjg, >;, (lr. tions, get presents from their Poet, for Auro? not to be loosed, lovers, when riches chiefly conand irfSr] fellers) fetters that bind sisted of cattle; beautiful, enchanting, charming, bewitching ; for ever ; an indissoluble chain ;
o-w to rave) to

AAoiaw

-co,

same as

a\odtt,

d. pi. Ion. a'XvKTO-ttyi LAufaf, par. 1 a. act.

fertilizing, rich, luxuriant.

AA0>?oTr;j, -o?,

b, (fr.

'AXotVi 2

A0f'w tofind)
;

a. opt. act. of aXwju. "AXoi/^av, Dor. for aXoj/j^v, 2 a.

3

sin. 1 a. ind.
,

mid.
(fr.

a finder, inventor, discoverer
a neg. and

a

-ov,

b,

;/,

leader, diief, prince, noble, ricn

opt. mid. of a\\ofiai.

AXoj0>),

-rjs,

ij,

(fr.

fat, grease;

aXftyw t anoint) ointment, oil; an
;

man, d. pi. Ion. a\(f>sffTf/<fi. cheerful, gay, merry ; not griev- AA</><, by Apoc. for 'AAn- AA^troi', -of, TO, flour, meal; ous, agreeable, grateful.
Ai>->/

grief)

free

from grief;

anointing,
tion.

daubing

oblitera-

AAo/'a>, or

AvXoK^w,

f.

-?<ra, (ft.

aCXa a furrow) to makefurrows, distress. plough. 'K\o%, -OKOS, f,, same as at>Aaf. \.\vrr6ah>w, or AXvaOfrw r

wov, TO, ease, cheerfulness, mirth. parched corn, victuals. Auj, -vos, b, ft, (fr. aXvu) to rave) A\(pbg, -rj, -ov, (fr.*i neg. and A/irog scale) peeled, or white from anxiety, disgust, perturbation, distraction of mind, perplexity, cutaneous eruption, white.

LA^if, -ov,
(fr.

b, (fr.

last)

a kind of

AAo f Dor.
,

same,

leprosy.

for^Aoj.

and

ffdlvoc strength) to faint: to

AAw, 2

a. sub..

of5Aw//i.

(23)

AMA
A>ua, Dor.
Aa>f
for

AMA
rude, coarse, vulgar; comp. apaQiffTtpos, sup. -raroj. n. pi. apa-

AMA
impr. act.

'Apaprdvu, 3 sin. a plantation o, pres. ind. act. of a vineyard 6sls. f. trees, 'Apaprdv(j), -^(a, p. ?;/iopp;Ko, grove , thicket ; curnfleld; crop ApaQus, (fr. last) ignorantly, stu(fr. apaprlut obs.) to miss a mark; to lose, be disappointed; grain ; harvest ; a threshing pidly, foolishly. to go astray, floor, barn, granary ; afleld, sur- Apa66ti<;, Ion. HpaQdtis, for \^apadeviate, swerve ; to Ceres 66cis, -taaa, -EV, (fr. next) dusty mistake, err ; to pass by, neglect, face, area ; a festival of and Bacchus. omit; to sin, transgress, offend. sandy, gravelly. for 1 a. par. apap-n'jaag. 2 a. ind. \^dpa6os, (fr. AAwaf, -a'cof, b (fr. last) thrash- ApaOos, -ov, to pulverize) dust, sand Ion. apaprov' sub. ing ; an epithet of Ceres. t/r-atw fipaprov, m' par. apapT&v. gravel ; the strand, shore. '"AAwa'f, -ios, Att. -fVj , 6, (fr. same] to pulverize a thresher. Apa8vv(i>, (fr. last) 'Apaprus, -dcos, f), (fr, Dor. or Att. for crime. grind to powder; to ruin, de'AAo>77i<, -ns, -n, 2 a. opt. *AAostroy, reduce to ashes. Apaprjj, same as apa. dA'oiVj -i7f,-7, Ion. for 61 2 a. impr. "AAcu/ta, neg. 'ApdpTji, 3 sin. and uaipdKtTos, -ov, b, /, (fr. e 2 a. sub. act. of 5Aw/zt. and pd%opai to fighT) invincible, l pi. J/AWKO, per.

Aw

a

floor)

vines

and

i'i,

(

'

AAo)//fvr/, n.

sin.

fern.

par.

pres.

not to be subdued; unconquered,

cout. ofa\dofiai.

untamed.

Or

(fr.

a intens. and

uaipdu fj, (fr. aAus the same) us, savage, flerce. a threshing floor. intens. ana a. sin. of last. KOS length) huge, large, great, transgression, sin, fault ; failing, *A\utva, 'AAwvai, 2 a. inf. act. failure ; defect, blemish ; a sinlong. AAeoTTf^, -^f, ,^, (fr. aAaHn^ a fox) ApahaKiffTia, -as, r;, (fr. a neg. and offering. </ie sitn of a fox. pa\aKos delicate) hardness,flrm- 'Apapria, -as, f], (fr. same) sin, ness, solidity ; fortitude, resoluA\u)irKia, -as, ft, (fr. same) a fallguilt, transgression; falsehood, ing of the hair. tion, magnanimity. dtcdt; an offering for sin; puto the nishment. to AAw:reKito, (fr. same) play uaAcvvw, (fr. apaAdj tender) fox, to deceive, beguile. soften, soak, macerate; to de- 'ApapTivooz, -6ov, b, fj, (fr. same, and voos the mind) guilty, criOr (as s, -ov, b, (fr. same) cunstroy, waste, consume. from bpaXbs plain) to level, overning as a fox, artful, designing, minal, depraved, corrupt ; in-

*AAu/ij, see

aAtWw

to desire) violent, furi-

"AAwv^wvoj,

1 a. pass. -fv, par. ApapTtjcas, -aaa, -av, par. 1 a. apap~dvb). Or (fr. a 'Apdprtjpa, -a~os, TO, (fr. same) Dor. paany deviation from right ; error,
-tiffa,
'

act, of

fraudulent.
AAwTTtKt'ov,
-oi',

throu; ruin.
'

sane,
/,

mad.

ft, (from young fox. same, and eroj a word) with a bad delivery, confused, wanderAAfa)7Tj, -/cos, ft, (fr. same) a a sheaf. Also deceitful, false, vain. she-fox; a cap of a fox's skin. ing. AAwTnjf, -tKos, fj, a fox; a crafty, ipaAArfu), (fr. last) to gather into Apdprvpos, -ov, b, f/, (fr. a neg. and cunning, malicious person. handfids, or sheaves; to grasp. pdprvp a witness) without wit"AAwf, -w, )/, a threshing floor, a A/taAAo<5rr?)p, -jjpos, and A//oAA< ness, unsupported by proof, una conatt&ted. place for cleaning grain; TIJS, -ov, o, (fr. same, and ciu to

TO,

(fr.

same) a ApaXOda,

Amatiheia, the goat that suckled Jupiter. a handful, gripe ; A/iaAAa, -rjs, >/,
-as,

ApapTotirriSi -tos -ovs, b,

stellation;

an

area, field, sur(fr.

bind)
binde~.

who

ties

the

sheaves,

a

'

ApapTd)\bs, -ov,

b,

rj,

(fr.

apaprdvu

face.
AXuxr'tftos, -ov, b,
fj,

5Aw/u

to A/zaAof,

take) that may be caught, taken, or conquered ; relating to a capture ; intelligible, easy of comprehension.
"AAoxrif, -iof,

to sin) a sinner, sinful. and Apdpvypa, -/), -bv, .<Eol. for an-aAoj, Apapvyri, -Jjs, fi, tender ; unfledged. soft, -dros, TO, (fr. next) brightness, lustre ; a flash of lightning, Apapv%, -VKOS-, r/, a kind of grape,
pifv,

pres.

inf.

act.

cont.

of

taovacit),

f.

-<*>, p.

-%a,
a.

to shine

f

glitter, sparkle, flash,

Att.

-ewj,

?,

(fr.

paviTrjs,

-ovj

b,

mushroom,

or

pas, Dor.

for fipas.

pi.

of

same) a capture, conquest ; a taking, catching a. sin. aAuxriv.
'AAurdf, -), -ov, (fr. same) taken, caught, captured, subdued ; easy
to

fungus of some
\.pa%a, -rjs,

sort.

be taken,
for

&c.
aAw,

accessible.

/, (fr. apa together, Apdtras, Dor. for apfcas, 1 a. par. act. of apdu. dydi to drive) a chariot, carriage, cart, vehicle. 'jidcr/Tosj and 'Apaaros, -ov, 6, fi, and pacrdopai to chew) to travel (fr. a neg. Apai-cvu, (fr. last)

and

in,

'AAuw, same.

2

a.

sub.

of

or drive carriages ; to cart, draw,

unchewed.

drag.

ApaeOai, pres.
f;,

inf.

pass. cent, of

AH,

for

a/i^t.

*A^'

for 5/ia.

pal-is, -icos,

(fr.

same) a small
f],

apdui.

*A/ia, (is properly the neut. pi. of ands, Dor. one) with, together,

cart, carriage, Sic.

along with ; moreover,
al;
at

also, with-

pa^frbs, -ov, b, about carriages.

(fr.

same)

once, at the

same

time,

'Apa^iTbs, ft, viz. oodj, a carriage road, high-

gether ;

paTpo^d<>> -u, (fr. apa together, and Tpi%ti> to run) to drive toto clash, jostle; to acattend,
%,
(fr.

company,

immediately.

way.
Apafrrniytw, (fr. same, and rnjyvuto make carts, carpi to frame)
riages,

parpo^la, -as,

runlast^

Anayyaoi, A/iarrapt, or A/za-rrapa, indecl. Heb. a mark.
'ApaCipvaces, -(av, al, (fr. apa with, and eovs an oak) wood-nymphs.
tf,

&c.
rd,

ning or driving together, the rattling of wheels ; clashing of chariots ; a track, rut.
Apavpbs, -ov,
b, r/, or-pos, -pd, -pbv, dark, obscure, dim, indistinct ; low, mean, ignoble.

Apap, -aYoc,

Dor.

for

rjpap.

-uv, at, (fr. a neg. and Apdpa -as, fj, a the sewer, canal, breast) Amazons. w, (fr. a neg. an&' pavddvw udpaieos, -ov,
;

trench, ditch, drain, conduit.
b,

svxet marjoram.

Apavpdw -w,

to learn) to unlearn, h> forget
to be ignorant,

uninformed,
-as,
fj,

1 a.

ind. act.
,

wdQyva. and A^aQia,

Apdpavros, -ov, Apapdvrivos, b, 17, (ft. a neg. and papaivio to fade) unfading, ever-fair, and

and

(fr. last) to obscure, tarnish, sully, soil ; to veil, cover. to be extinct,

apavp6opai -ovpai,
to die.
1

a.

opt. pass.

^ai'po-

(fr.

Qdriv, -ns, "n.

same) ignorance.
padu,
(fr.

next) ignorantly, awkf,,

wardly.

|i*%,

-/of -o8f, 6,

(fr. 0/ <a0t'a

ignorance) ignorant, untaught;

a pa pa a canal) to Apa%avia, Apd%avos, Dor. for 0/117run through a pipe, flow along a %avia, aprj^avos. to obey, follow. conduit; ua^i, Apaxrrrl, and A/iavwj, (from next) without flghtang, impr. act. L/ioprtiv, pres. nl. i:res. ind. or peaceably.

paptu -w,

(fr.

'

(29)

AMB
-ov, 6, TI, (fr. a neg. pdvopat to fight) without battlt
j,

AME
am

AME

or fighting, not quarrelsome Also u'n unwarlike, peaceable.
conquerable, invincible
testable ; impracticable.

Apdu) -w, f. -77<TW, p. jjurjKu, i /ciy TWOW;, cw down; to collect, gather ; to heap up, pile. Poet, for Apfiaivciv, Apfiair;, paii'tiv, pres. inf. and ava 2 a. opt. of avafia'n'w. and ,/EoL for avaA/x/?aXrj, Dor. /JaAov, 2 a. impr. mid. of avaAjUjSaXAopai, Poet,
^<a(,

Apfldtrt:,

for av/?a'XX see ava/^aXXw. Poet, and Dor. for nv/-

Apffdari, Poet,

ind. act. ofavaftatw, sometimes used for avc and Dor. for ava1 f. mid of (3r/<rn, 2 sin.
/??7<r, 1 a.

'Af/ftfoif,
avdjtJao-i?,

Dor.

and

<

'ApPn, -r/s, ft, a beach, shore, bank, precipice

the

brow of a rock ;
;

an edge, brim, brink, or forehead.
'ApBtl-, -IKOS, b,

;

the brow,

a pot, jar, pitcher ;

a cup,

bov)l.

'ApP\aKiu -w, same as Ap8\^onv, for va/?A^V.
diously, lazily.
Aju/SAfffKfc),
(fr.

(fr.

ava-

/3aAAw to defer) by delays,

apPXvs

blunt'

cause abortion.

ApP\6w
carry.

-5,

(fr.

6/wn2, dttZZ, or

same) to gr Jim; to fail, mis6,
?/,

A/j/?Xvywvtoy,

-ot>,

(fr.

same,
obtuse-

and

yom'a

an

angle)

angled.
Apfi\vvtt), (fr. next) turn the edge; to tarnish,
dullj or
'

mak

dim ;

to

impair, wealxn,

repress.

Ap0\vs, -ua, -v, blunt, obtuse; dull, dim; heavy , stupid ; inanimate,
) A/ijSXwuypte/ -o5, ", ("' or shortness of wess, weakness,

last

<^'-

sight.
A/*j3Xvd>rnj>, (fr.
'

same)

io

scebadly
; <o ?ras~

have weak, or
Zake, blunder.

sftorJ 3i|7i

A/*/?Aa>0w,l a. sub. pass.
to miscarry)

of ajij3X<5w

A//j3Xa)0pi(Ttoj;, -ov, TO, (fr. aju/3Xdw

cm

abortion.

'Au/Aoxriy,

-toj,

Att.

-wf,

same)
riage.

a miscarrying,

Apfio\dtiav,

Dor. Ion. and Poet.

for a'a/?oAd(3r/v, (fr.

lay) with delays, tediously, lazily
to

throw up) earth thrown up

heap, a bank. Poet. Sync, for avajSoX?/ A//j3oXf),
A///3oXtpyfc, -ov, b, (fr. ara/JrfAXa to defer, and ^j/ov work) a cfete/er, tri/ler
;

adj. indolent,

pro-

crastinating.
A/*i3()o<na,-aj,
sia,
77,

(fr.

next) ambro-

Me /*od
the

it'i<A
;

which the poets

fed
airj,

gods

fragrance, apffpoa.

Ion.

Aji8o6ffios, -a, -ov, (fr.

neg. an

AMH
.

AMM

AMN

secure,

quiet;

unhct-'ed, disre-

AMO
lock.

AMII
o, fa (fr.

AMT
same, and

marriage-contract, without wed- 'A//op0oy, -ov,
Ajuv>/oTVToy, -ov,

and /jirrjcrrcvd) gaged, or promised in marriage unmarried.
Apvrjvrta,
pvdofini

a neg. to court) not en6, fa
(fr.

;

and -as, fa (fr. same, to remember) an amoblivion ;

nesty ; forgetfulness, forgiveness.

'Apvnaros, -ov,
gotten,

b, fa (fr. same)ybrunknown, obscure, low,

humble.
Apviov, -ov, rb, the membrane covering the embryo in the womb ; a vessel for the blood of the sacrifice.

A/my,

-iSos, fa

lamb) a
Apvbs, -ov,

little

(dim. of apt] a ewelamb.

b,

a lamb.

Apvo<p6pos, -ov, fa (fr. last, and $(pw to carry) a breeding ewe, or

with young.
Apoyrjrl,
(fr.

apvo<j>6po>s,

Dor.
toil,

for

a/*vo0<5povy, a. pi.

next) without

or

cure, easily.

A^<5yr/Toy, -ov, 6, fa (fr.

a neg. and

p6yo$ toil) unwearied, indefatigable; incessant.

ApdQw,

(fr. apbs some one) elsewhere ; from another place, per-

son, or thing.

and

Apot[iaiG>s,

(fr.

next)

in

turns, alternately, mutually. Apoifia'ios, -a, -cv, and 6, fa

(fr.

next)
tual.

alternate, reciprocal,
(fr.

mu-

Anoiflrj, -rjs, fa

apupw

to ex-

exchange; retribution, recompense.

change)

a change,

Apoifibs, -ov, b, fa (fr. same) mutual, reciprocal ; aiding, assistant. Subs. pi. auxiliaries, allies.

Apoiptu -5,

f.

-f)ff(>),

(fr.

next)

to

be destitute, to want, need.

'Apoipos, -ov,

b, fa (fr. a neg. anc potpa a share) portionless, destitute, needy.

Apo\ya7os, -a, -ov, (fr. a/jfXyw to milk) giving milk ; milky ; white,
atri,
;,

fern. Ion.
b, and ouoXyt'i same) a milking ves-

-fos,

-ov, TO, (fr.
sel,

milk-pail.

Apo\ybs, -ov, b, (fr. same) milking time; evening, night. AfidXvvToy, -ov, 6, 17, (fr. a neg. am
//oXvvw to taint) unpolluted.

Apdpa, -as, fa a pudding, or cake offlour and honey.
Apopj3atos, -a, -ov, and Ap6pfiios -ov, b, fa (fr. apopfibs dark] dark, dusky, obscure.
Afiop/Jevu,
(fr.

same)

to follow, at-

tend, wait upon.

App|3oy, ->), -bv, obscure, dark shady ; subs, a companion, fol
lower, attendant.

pyn, -7,s, $, (fr. fy) ine fees of oiZ in dying purple.

a/( fpyw

to clari-

;

an herb uset

The name
same as
(fr.

o

an

island.
f , -ov, 6,'fl,

'A/topoj, -ov,
/ifyoj

a neg. am utipw to di vide) portionless, without a share
6,

a//<5pa

fa

a share,

th.

destitute; unfortunate, helpless.

AM*
ingt
to low) without the lowor noise of cattle ; without
->7,

AM*
clear,

-ov,

(fr.

same)

manire-

fest,

A^t-X/ov, -ou, made of boiled wheat.
'A/iuXoj,
//vXi;

AfKbaivu), imp. dp<paivov, -tg, -t' 2 AfivtckaQtv, from a. d[ji(j>avov, -j, -e' for avatyaivw a city ApvK\ai, -wv, at, Amyclfe, &c. of Laconia ; also a kind ofshoes 'A/i^avo, also Poet, and Dor. for avtyrjva, 1 a. ind. act. so called from it. Dor. for An<paKtis, Dor. for a/j^jj/cijf. A/twxXai'o-cu;, and to weak in the Doric, A/i0aovi), (fr. a^i about (fr. last) or Laconian dialect. dfav the axle-tree) to deviate from the track, swerve ; to sway, TO, (fr. next) bread

herds; poor.

open, plain, explicit; vealed, disclosed.

and A/i^f i<f>lacpa, -arog, TO, -ios, Att. -<ij, ^, (fr. aft$id^
clothe) dress, vesture,

a garment,
a/,

lav, a. sin. fern,

par. per. mid. of

or

an<t>iaxiu>.
),
f.

mid.

-0>5o-0fai,

p.

, (fr.

vw

to go) to

an<pi about, and/3ai^o round afeoid ; to

encompass, surround, environ ; to survey; to guard, protect, de-

-w, b, fa (fr. a neg. and a null) unground, whole
boil-

swing, or hang unsteadily ; said of a chariot which hangs, or

fend ; to invade. /^|3dAXw (fr. same, and
to

j3dXAo>

moves
I

ill.

but soaked.

or AfJKpa^api^it), (fr.

'ApvXov, -ov, TO, (neut. of last) ed wheat, starch.

about, and dpafiog a crash)
Ion. for
Qrjpl to

cast) to put, or cast round about ; to enclose, surround, environ ; to comprise, contain ; to
;

to crash, rattle, stun,
ttyacir), -J7j, fa

revolve, consider

to

doubt, hesi-

Apvpuv,

-ovos,
;

6, fa

irreprehensible,

blameless

innocent,

upright,

-as, fa

(fr.

a neg. and

tate ; to litigate, dispute ; to clasp, 2 a. sub. embrace.

Apiiva, and Afjtvvn, -t]$ifa vw to aid) protection,
A(i.vvTas,-ov, b,

worthy ; opulent,fine, grand. (fr- a^v-

page of utterance,
plexity.

speak) muteness^ silence; stophesitation, per17,

act, afifyipaXov,
A/i<ii/?os, par.

A//0t,3dX7, 2 a. impr. mid.

2

a.

act. of a//0-

defence, help, vindication, revenge.

Amyntas, a man's
a

L/t4ov$, -EWJ, of afir-tree.

a lopped trunk

,

-175,

fa Ion.

name.
AftvvTtjpiov, -ov, TO, (fr. next) defence, fortress ; armour.

pQipavis,
pres. inf. mid. cont. of upatpdu -w, (fr. a(t<pl about, and a<j>dw to touch) to handle, feel.

-to?, Att. -ewj, fa (fr. a/i$i/3a/vwto surround) an enclosing, protection, surrounding; a

ApvvTTJptos, -ov, b, fa (fr. apvvw to aid) assistant, helping, relieving ; defensive.

surprise,
dispute. pue.

ambush; a controversy,
i>, f,,

i$u-TO, imp. mid.
Ion.
for
afKfidTTe,

'Ap4>i

imp.

act.

of

flfros, -ov,

(fr.

a^l

both

and Apvvrrlp, -rjoos, ApvvTwp, -opos, b, fa (fr. same) a defender, helper, A(t<t>Kdpn, 3 protector, avenger. Also Amyntor.
AfJLi-vtii, f.
,

ways,
sin.

and

/3i'o?

life)

amphibi-

2

a. ind.

pass, of

3

sin. 1 a. pass,

of a//-

to fish i, (fr. next) with a net, catch fish.

-i/vw, p. fifivyKa, to help,

i

Ap.<piP\T]ffTQOV,

-ov,

TO,

(fr.

ap.<f>l

-

assist, succour, relieve ; to fight A(i6-oraTo, 3 sin. cont. imp. ind act. of for, defend, guard ; to avert, reaft<pt^oTd(. *0fVw, same as au<f>iix<a. pel; to avenge, punish, requite.

around, and /JdXXu to throw) a fishing net, seine, or drag
net.

Apvvfucv, Ion. and anvventvai, Dor. for apvvfiv, pres. inf. apvvtvffi, Dor. for apwouai, 3 pi.
pres. ind. 1 a. act. ind. ij^vvasub. apvi'ti), -j)s, -j). inf. a/u'mt.

, Poet. Sync, for avathfAn&tp6T]Tos,-ov, b, fa (fr. same, and pres. inf. of avaQipu. podw to shout) resounding, rev, 2 a. ind. act. of apipiaechoing ; celebrated. ,

Afji<f>i(3o\vs, -tog,
iv,
1

Att. -fug, b,

(fr.

BcEot. for
a. ind. pass.

,

a//^(/?dXXb> to cast) a fisli.erm.an.
AfjL<pi@o)Ja,-ag, fa (fr. next) doubt,

mid. imvvdfjLijV
f.

apvvacQai. 1 pass. ap)v9fiaou.ai. 1 f. mid.
inf.

doubtfulness,
An<bf<t>vyov, -jj, -j,

uncertainty,

per-

apvvovfjiai, -rj, -eirai. 'A//uftf, -105, Att. -0)j,q,

2

a. ind. act.

o

plexity.
Afi(j)ij3o\og, -ov,b, >/,(fr.

same

as
ind. pass,

a^l about,

dfivypa. A/ivfw, -tf, -n, 1 AfitfoOTi), or -TTW,
to scratch^

f.
f.

of
-fu, p.
;
ij/*t>

QtYVTo, for of

pper,

^a,

scrape

to tear, rend,

^KTJS, -to? -or?, 6, >;, (fr. about, and a<c) the edge)
fc, 6,
$, (fr.

and/3dXXo> to cast) doubtful, du~ distracted, perplexed ; double ; assaulted on all sides.

bums ;

Afi(j)i^poTog,

-ov, b,

fa

(fr.

same,

lacerate ; to pull, pluck^ twitch ; to taunt, fret, exasperate. 1 a.
jfytu^a'-inf.

same
al

mid.

afivt-aijOai.

and

pe0w to cover) covered

and flpoTog a mortal ) that guards^ or protects, covering, saving, preserving.

AfivcTi,

(fr.

a neg. and

pta

to close

over, roofed;

the mouth) at a draught, hastily, at once, all at a breath, without

enclosed; unseen, A/i<fnyfyriOa, -ag,

-,

per. ind. mid.

hidden.

of

drawing
'ApvffTis,

breath.
-jJoj,
i^,

ana
(fr.

tots
;

same; a dispute) doubtful, duov,
6,
fj,

(fr.

p$iyjQ<*, 6f<i> to rejoice)
to exult.

(fr. a(t<f>i

about, and yn-

to rejoice publicly ;

same)

bious
A[i(j>t,

drinking vessel ; a drinking bout ; emptying large glasses at a draught.

a prep,
a.

disputed, questioned. governing the g. d.

cases in all its varieties of signification. About, rouno on both sides, on all sides ; about,
about,
beside,

and

HfryvoH),
$1, doubt,

f.

-J7<ru,p.

-fra,

(fr.

apto

and yv6w to know)

understand partly, know imperfectly ; to doubt, hesitate.
-ov,
b,

near,

at,
;

icith; Afi<f>iyovos,

fa

(fr.

aptil

w -5,
,

(fr. afi^i

about, and

about, for, concerning sake of, on account of.
Iwdvvrjv, John and his sometimes John only.

ayvoim not to know) to be slightly informed to know partly, imp.
act.

for the Ol appl

about, and yivopai to be born) by afarmer marriage, a step-son, or

disciples ;

daughter.
Aji.$iyvfiis, -cvrog,
b, fa (fr. afi<f>l

Ol

ap<f>l

nfjiQayvocov -ovv.

npiapbv, Priam ;
or train
;

his suite, court,

for

ava^av^a, &c.

where he might be
to be.
-dffu),
(fr.

on both sides, and yyios lame) lame of both legs, limping.
ji<piyvog, -ov, b, fa (fr.

AnQaoir,,

ava intens. -*<;, fa (fr. 0ofva) to appear) clearness, perspicuity ; openness, plainness.

and

supposed A/z0iaw, f.

same)

that

antyiivwpi

to clothe) to put on, dress, clothe. p. pass. rjfi<pia(jpai.

lames, or wound* with each edge, two-edged ; pointed at both ends;
tottering, quivering.
(fr.
ap<j>l

An<f>aoiriv (a. sin.

understood) clearly, plainly.
ov, b, fa
1

of last, with KUTO. A/i0taXo?, around,

-ov,

b,

fa

(fr.

and SXj the sea)
(S3)

a/*0< An<f>i$ai<i>, sealaiu to

around,

and

and

'Ap<f>a$o$,

girt, sea-beaten.

bum) to be all infiamei, kindle about, blaze around; to

AM*
be agitated, in commotion, or dis
turbance.

AM*
iq>ifvvvciv, 3 sin. prcs. with v added of last.

AM*
ind. act. A//0ui)Ao-(ratj, ^Eol.
f.

and Poet,

for

aml>iKv\taas, 1 a. par. act. of

/TO. AfjL((>iKv\i(a, -f<rw, (fr. an^l about, A//0f7rw, (fr. ajjKpl A/;</>i<5a>as, -avros, b, Amphida to and Kt)Atu> to roll) to roll abouty manage) to conduct, order mas, a man's name. on throw down, make tumble, ot manage, govern ; to treat, enterApQiSaavs, -a, -D, (fr. a//0< both sides, and cans shag tain; to be engaged, or concernfall. ed in ; to take care of; to prose- A/^tKtJ7TAAov, -or, rd t (fr. on hairy, (ifjtipl rough^ nappy both ways, and jctiTreXXov a cup) sides ; very thick, or rough. cute; to follow, pursue. a two-handled cup ; or a drinkAu<bLoco Audififfifia, per. mid. A//r/ityo//ar, see u/jfrf^w. Ion. for a//0t<5f<5?7, 3 sin. pper. A[itpi*dv<b, (fr. and ing vessel made of two cups, with a^tyl about, vw to settle) to adhere, cling, or the bottoms joined, so that while mid. of u/jujxSaid}. stick to; to sit down about, or either serves for drinking, the A//0t<5s, -f'wj/, a?, (fr. ap<pl about, and (5fw to tie) chains, fetters other answers for a foot. See before; to besiege. ornaments for the ankles. iff>i6d\aa<Tos, -ov, b, ?/, (fr. same, on and S'aAac'G'tt the sea) surroundor AjU0<Aa0>k, -fo?i A/jKpiSi^iof, -OD, b, ?/, (fr. ajHJii <ji(f>i\a(ltlSi both sides, and c^tbg nghted by the sea, sea-girt; near the -oCs, 6, fi, (fr. a//0t around, and sea. to take) ample, large, ambidextrous, using handed) Xaftfldw each hand equally ; double deal- An<l>iQa\fis, -fog -ODS, 6, f;, (fr. same, extensive, wide spreading; umi

about, and

i

ing, ambiguous.
^.fK^i^ipKOjuai,
f.

and

a'AAw to bloom) flourish-

brageous,

shady

;

seizing

all

about, and cfpicw

-ojuat, (fr. an<i>l to look) to look

ing, abundant, prosperous ; having both father and mother alive ;

around.
ii/nAa^ati/w, (fr. o/^t about, Aa^ah'w to dif) to dig about.
f.

and

be cautious, attentive ; blooming, full-grown. watch, observe. An<pifpxOr)v, A//0t0'aT{30j>,-oD, TO, (fr. same, and Ion. for a. pass. anQuiifpxOrjv,! Stdonat to see) a double theatre, an amphitheatre; a circus, \.H<j>i5evTaros, -ov, 6, $, (fr. ap.<f>i intens. and CWTUTOS last) the last, course.
to to

round ;

-ia,f.'-r/ff(i)

-(w, and Afi^iAoyt'w (fr. a^(j)l on both sides,

and \lyo> to speak) to speak ambiguously ; to hesitate ; to disvery last, smallest; the second, A//0(0Toj, -OD, 6,17, (fr. ajjKJil both, pute, quarrel* and riB^fti to set) that may be A/*(/>i\txTos, -ov, o,>/, (fr. same) in of +he second course ; and thence delicate, sumptuous. doubt, doubtful. placed either way. Spoken of a about, and \.p4>iGiveto, (fr. cup, either end of which may An<j>t\oyla, -as, '/, (fr. same) doubt; ap^l SWIM to whirl) to roll, turn, be used for drinking, and the a quarrel, dispute, altercation. other as a foot. wind, whirl about, or flutter Ap/u'Aoyoj, -OD, 6, ;, (fr. same)
about;
to

surround,
-oai,

environ.
-rat, per.

fj.(ptOfu>,
(j>l

f.

mid.

-Ozvffojjiai, (fr.

ap-

doubtful, questionable
tious, litigious,

;

disputa-

A/jKpiSeSivrjijLai^

ind. pass.
^(f>iSoKcv(a, (fr. same, and (5ora5w to spy) to spy, lie in wait; to

about, and $/&> to run) to run round about, or up and dovm ; to
frisk, gambol.

quarrelsome.

i<pi\o%o$, -OD, 6,

Amphilochus, &
f}j

man's name.
(fr.

snare, entrap.

doubt, and <5oa an opinion) doubt, waver, fluctuate.
g,

to

pipidvpos, -ov, 6, ?/, (fr. ujjKJ)l on Afi(h(\\jKosj -ov, b, both sides, and about, and ADKT? Svpa a door) having both a front and back ing, glimmering, door ; or a double door. break.
pfiiKaXvirTO), (fr. a/upl about, and /caADTrrw to cover) to cover over,
enclose, envelope; to overshadow,
veil.

ap<fil

dawn) dawnabout

day-

utyi/jido-aoOe,

2

pi. 1 a.

imp. mid.
-o>,

-ov, b,

ft,

(fr.

same)

dis-

of
,

puted, uncertain, dubious, ambiguous, doubtful, double-means,
n.,

or -TTCO,

f.

and

A//$tKAD^<?;, 2 sin.
ajjL<f>iKa\v\^oi,

1

a.

sub.
-OD, 6,
f/,

3

sin. 1

f.

opt.

act.
fi(f>iKapfiS)

and

An<t>icpv<bris} -ios -ovg, o,

-cog -CDS, b,

f),

(fr. a/t0i

(fr. a/x0i

on both

sides,

and Spvir-

on both

7d) to strip

the bark) torn on both

cheeks,

; lacerated, disfigured, as in mourning.
f.

much abused

sides, and Kapa a head) having two heads, tops, or handles ) double-headed, two-handled.
for

ap^l about, and udcrau wipe) to rub down, wipe all wash off, clean away. 1 a. over, ind. mid. a^t^aadijirjv. for //^i^arpjos, Dor. a^^i/jii'Tptos, -OD, b, r], (fr. same, and ptjTtip a
w,
(fr.

to

mother) unborn.

still

in

the

womb,

yet

A/X^WK/H, or-Dw,

-Do-o), (fr.

and
on,

cvb) or

<5ifyu

to enter) to

same, put

H(ptKdacag, Ion.
1 a.

anfyiKtdaag, par. act. of AfupiKed^w, (fr.

and fta^o[t^ifjia^ouai, (fr. same, pai to right) to flght all round ;
to assault, besiege.

wrap round,

dress, clothe.

aptyl
split)

through,
to

and
to

ked^w

to

A//0t<5t)//os, -OD, 6, ^, (fr.

same, and

split

ovpi to enter) open at both sides, pervious, passable ; accessible.
An<l>icv$,
dvftt.

cut asunder;

round.

par.

2

through, cleave, A/L/><//Aaf, -atva, -av, (fr. same, and juAas black) black, dark, peel off, strip gloomy, n. pi. fern, a^ifji^aivai.
ui(f>ilJLVKdu>

a.

act.

of ap$i-

-S>,

f.

-j/CTw,

(fr.

ap.<f>l

same, and
about,

KEipta

to clip) to clip
all

A//0i</jvos, par. per. pass, of a^v, (fr. a/^^t

round ; to chop, or cut clean off. 2 a. ind.
cut, or lop

about, and ^vKdw to bellow) to low, bellow, roar about, or exceedingly, per. mid. a'pQinipvKa.
'jKJHviponai, (fr.

both

pass. au(hKdp7]V.
IKplxXvaTog, -ov, b, fj, (fr. same, and /cADia> to overflow) washed

same, and

vf/jid)

ways, and tXto-o-w to turn) impelled, moved, or rowed on both
sides ; that

may

be turned either

around
fluent.

;

surrounding, circum^, (fr.

way.
H<f>ifvvvui,
f.

ap.<f>ifffw,

p. t7ju$(t-

(jHpiKonos, -ov, 8,

a/K0t ih-

herd, graze, pasture, live, or dwell round about. f. -fffu, (fr. same, and !*0(fo> -5, |fu to scrape) to scrape, or rub all over ; to polish thoroughly. 1
H<piog, -OD, 6,

to pasture)

to

Ka,

ana fi^tiKa,
vi/u/

(fr.
o>

a/^t about,

tens.

and

or

to put on) to

dress, clothe ; to decorate, adorn, embellish. 1 a. act. ind. rjntyieaa'

and Kdprj foliage) covered with hair ; leafy, branching, having a great foliage.
f.

Amphius, a man's

name.
i0(7raAros, -OD, o, ij, (fr. a//^< all round, and TraArdv a dart) thick

.HfyiKpipanai,

-daopat,

(fr. ap<f>i

sub. apQitaw,
per. pass. par.

mid. ?//0i-;?s, -77* aduTjV par. mid. a/z0i<ra/^voj.
rin<j>teffpai,

about, and /cp^a'w to hang) to hang round about; hang to, or

with darts, bristling with spears.
Ap<f>(ircoos, -ov, b, fa (fr.

Ion. a/*-

upon, suspend.
^fjL^iKptudd) *w, (fr. about; to beset, sifirp, invest.

same, and

same)

to

hang

j7/i0tr/ufvo
r)/jif>iniro$.

and

surround, be-

a plain) plain, or level alt round, surrounded withplains.
TTfSov
n<t>tirfvo[iai,(fr.

same, and trivofiai

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AM*
to toil) to

AM*
andcTfAAu to contract) compress, bind up together;
about,
cover,
dress.
a.
to to

AN
spill ; to scatter,

work hard, labour, be

spread, or sprz'n-iv, 1
a.

very busy, employed, engaged, or concerned.
A/*0iiffKTz'u',-ovoj,

kle about.

apQiartiXdpevos,
b,
f/,

same, and irtptKTiuv a neighbour, wh. to build) fr. JTEJM about, and/tr^w
6, fl,(fr.
Iniildin;.',

par.

1

mid.
-fog -ovg,
c-i<jxa
(fr.

rftXvfaisi pass, of last.

-uffa,

par.

A/jt(j>tGrt<pns,

same,

and

to

crown)

living, or dwelling near,

or round about ; a neighbour.

A/J^trfpicrpw^aw -5, (fr. a/<$t irtpl round about, ^nd crpi&w to turn)
to turn about quickly, 'wheel. ^3 sin. cont. in;p. ^iTTfpurrpw^a, Ion. for aft(^L~pitcrrpu>(f>a.
v, -olca', -or,

~ a. par. of
about,

^w,

(fr.

a^t^t
to

and

xiid>

to
~e,

compress, conslringe, clasp, grasp.

press)

AfjupiTti-rw, (fr.
fall)

same, and -/-roj

to

with an earthen ramjpart,fortifled, same, and Au0(vvco, same as auiitvfw. Afi^icrrjut, to place) to stand around, A^^^wAoj, -ov, 6, j, (fr. a^l on 'iariiiii both sides, and ^wAdj lame) surround. both legs, and lame in crippled, fi<pi(jronos,-ov,b, >/, (fr. same, maimed. cro/;a the mouih)drjuble-tongued, nl, insidious ; false ; with AfKpocov, Ap(f>6ctov, -ov, TO, and two facet. 'AfKpocog, -ov, ii, (fr. same, and and ccoj a road) a meeting, or crossA//<(GTparao//ai, (fr. same, an army) to besiege. ing of roads ; a street, thorougha-parbg 1 fare ; a round about, circuit. AptyiTaBtis, -uffa, -tv, par. with of an<pi~c,ii(i). it^drov, Poet, for ava <j>6vov, pass,
f.

crowned, bedecked with garlands ; flllcd up, quite full.
->;c-w, (fr.

to pour about) spread, scattered; thrown, or cast ; encompassed

up

to

embrace, clasp.
-ov,

A.p(f>i-\TjKTos,

and Au$'nr\r,%, ~yo$, b, //, (fr. same, and irAi/c^w to strike) beaten ell round; dashing about ; striking, or hammering upon. A^0i7roAt)u>,f. -ri<rw,(fr. same, and iroAtto to be with) to walk about, walk with, accompany, attend.
-tug,
-ov,
fj,

and and rd-qg tapestry) (fr. same, on both sides, tnpettni napped hangings the same on each side,
,
7'),

slaughter, murderous. rg, -log, and -tug,
-a, -ov,

b,

Sync.

,

same as a[iof

rich,

embroidered tapestry.

HtyiTuro), (fr.

same, and
extend,

rtivu) to

Ap<j>6Tcpo$, -a, -ov, (comp. both) both together, d. pi.
afi<l>OTtpoi<jiv,

at^w
mas.

stretch)
the

to

stretch out

fem.

A\n<*>it;o\i<;,

Amphipolis, a
ii,

city.
A//ij!ii7:oXo?,

b,

(fr.

afjiipl

arms, embrace, clasp, a^iraOdg, 1 a. par. pass. act. of a^^ii(, pres. inipr. same as
a^i6l
to

and
pwg,

apQoTipTjai,

afMpoTipiiSi Ion. for a//d>o-

Tfpoj?,

and o//0orpaif. a^oriDor. for a[i(poTfpovs, a. pi
on

about, and roAi> to be) an <tendant, companion, follower ; a minister ; a servant, page.

-Btjcb), p. -TfQeiKa (fr about, and ridr/fu to puf
'.

both quarters, r/gxixn, from both sides, on each side.

put round abcut, put

on, gird, fLUdodcaatTO, Poet, for ava<f>pdaair.rsd

AH </>i7rorfto
to
toil,

-ai, (fr.
til.

irofiai

same, and rorfw to work) to

bind.

at, toil about ; to faint, be weary, exhausted. 1 a. pass. ind.

labour

u<Tp7;f, -rjrog, 6, y, (fr. same, to pierce ) pierced through. TiTpdb) open at both ends.
u<pLTpirri,
-rig,
fj,

-o, 1 a. opt. mid. ofavaQpa^ofiai. the An<pvra, for ava <f>vra, through
trees, plants,

shrubs.
d. aufyolv, both.
f],

a/*0!-or?/0r/r.

(fr.

same,

am

"A^u,

g.

and

Au<!>G>Tig,ndog,
sides,

(fr. a[i(pl

on both

Aft^nroTdu, and -ao/iat (fr. same, and rordouai to flv) to fly round
about, flutter over,

rup(j)

to

wear away)
the sec,

the sea^

coast,

beach;

ocean
deity

part of

and ovg, <arbg ear) a the helmet which protected

an

a/j0-or'ro,

3

sin.

imp. mid.

and Ajifyi-vpog, -ov, b, fj, (fr. same, 7T?p fire) onflrc, burning, flaming
all

round.

and AfiflppvTos, -ov, 6,1% (fr. same, piu to flow) circumfluent, flowing around ; encompassed with
water.

the ears, an ear-piece; an ear, or handle ; a cup, or vessel with two ears, or handles. anc -oi, (fr. af*<f>l about, to tremble) to tremble al Anijtwrog, -of, 6, fj, and A[t$u>r;g, Tpo///w -eog -ovg, b, /, (fr. same) with over, to quake, be in dread. tiro ears, or handles. uQirpvuv, -utvog, b, Amphitryon a man's name. Au&ufjrog. and Au<Lfj.og, -ov, o, TJ,

a AmpJiitrite, Neptune's wife.

marine

w0rpo^(f w

u&irpvwviacng, by Epen. for A// the son of thi <j>iTpvwrict]Si -ov, b,
last.
Ap.(bi(f>a\og,

(fr.

a neg. and fiw^og disgrace)

and A AA"*</>pwyo?, -n, -ov, -wyoj, 6, ;, (fr. same, an an aperture) iorn, broken, abrupt,

faultless, without blemish; blameless, guiltless, innocent, g. Ion.

-ov, 6,

^,

(fr.

afi<j>i
,

rugged
open, barred.

;

rough,

set

with spikes

;

about, and <pd\og a crest) with a double crest, set with studs, stud-

(fr.

last)

blamelessly,

innocently.

perforated, railed, latticed,
-6"o?,
f),

ded

all

over.

Or,

(fr.

<j>aXog 'A//W//OV, -ou,

rb,amomum, an odo-

Afi^ipw,

man's name. A/*0ts, Adv. (fr.

and gum ; ginger. A/iwv, 6, Aman, a man's name. and 0t5ya> to 'A^wr, Dor. forfip&v, g. pi. of'eyu. Anfyi.fav'yta, (fr. same, a/i0i about) on flee) to escape, to get clear off". A/jwrrct, 3 pi. cont. pres. ind. pass. eac/i side, in the middle, between ; AuwiT0"(7t, Poet, for a/jucrt, z^t^o,3f'o//at -ovnai,(fr. same, and discordto to fly on all d. pi. cont. par. pres. act. without, separate, apart; (pofifw frighten) antly ; around. sides, be totally routed. 1 a. ind. Afidotpt A/JWJ, 2 sin. cont. of Aftditrftaiva, -r/$, >/, (fr. last, and pass. a/(it0o/3)70>7v, 3 pi. Bosot. -w/n, -dots -wf, -aoi -tp, pres. to go) Amphisbfprta a paiVu opt. act. of a/ia'w. kind of serpent, feigned to have sonze way, A.n<tti(poptvs, -fwj, Ion. -rjog, b, (fr. Apius, (fr. a//d? some) a head at each extremity and same, and <pipw to carry) apitchby some means. er with two ears or handles, capable of moving with either A//UJ, indecl. _4mos, a man's name. some way, end foremost. tyixaivb), (fr. same, and jfalvia to A//woyffoy, (fr. a/ifif to yt an enclitic, and TTW j how) howdoubt, hesitate, yawn) to gape wide ; to swallow A/t^iff/^Tf'u -Q,

Amphiro, a wo-

bright, bright) very splendid, glittering.

shining,

riferous shrub

;

pause

;
;

trovert

to dispute, question, to

con-

debate, plead.

A/i0o-/?//rr7<n?, -loj, Att. -u>f,

and

soever, however, in any manner, up, devour. any how. t^/vatrof, -ou, 6, (fr. same, and ti-i//i /on? Aair, w;it7z 'AfiuTa, -wr, r<i, chestnuts, chest%atri7 hair)
/iazr loosely flowing ; wz'iVi

(&. last) AuJHoprifftri, -m, fj, doubt, hesitation ; suspicion ; dis-

a flow-

nut

trees.

ing mane.
t(0<x/a<, u -w,f. -tt'cro), (fr. same,and to pour) /< pou;~ ovf, s.'iecf ,
1 a. inf. act.

"AN,
of
use

A
is

particle
to

pute,

controversy, pleading, debate.
f.

litigation ;

whose general render indefinite the
to

word or phrase
united.
It

which

it

is

Ai*<pivrf\\<j),

-Aw,

(fr.

a[i<bl

gives the force of

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ANA
the
Potential,

ANA
sometime
to

ANA
rider

and

of the Optative

mood,

the

mount) one horseman.

who mounts, a

Indicative. Frequently, it can not be translated distinctly

Ava'/Jaroy, -ou, o, ^ T (fr. same) tha ai'iy be mounted, or ascended

gargle down, rexorb, throat) swallow, or soak up. 1 a. ind. JEol. opt. ava(3p6%cia, avifipol-a'
-af, -t,par. a.pass.ava6po^0i'f. Avaj8pu^a'o^a(, -wuat, f. -I'/aopai,
(fr. 1

to

accessible. but generally signifies, if; a* if ; truly, indeed ; even, per- A.vaj3f0/)Kai -Kas , -Kc,or -KZV before tc vowel, per. ind. act. ofavafiaivta haps ; whether ? It answers the English termination -ever. AvaflcpuaK&s, -t'?a, -oj, par. per act. of avatftou. or -soever, added to either words
;

E

to bewail, outcry, to

same, and ppv^u to gnash) moan, or lament with howl mournfully.
yrj, (fr.

Ava/3wXaK('a, viz.

same, and

as,
till,

6'f

av, whosoever.

'Ews dv
that,

:

until.

"Onus

dv,

to

Ava/3f/}pi/Kv, per. tens, and
ftpvb),
ra/ji/ja'^co,
t:a,

act.

fr.

avd

in-

which

see.

"I2y av, even as, so or. dv r, whether for Kai av, even, even if, Kav, though, dv, or j/v for tav, if. Av, Dor. for >}v the a. fern, of the
that.

the
as.

end

dv T

(fr.

f. -dew, p. avaf3(3lj3aavd up, and /3</3dw to

jSwAof clay) the turning of the sod, plouglung ; the earth thrown up by the plough, particularly that which sticks to the sod.

bring) to take, bring, or carry up , cause to mount, or ascend, force up; to set, or place upon, put
to

Avyay?v,
-ov, par.

inf.

Avayaywv, -ovaaj
a.

2

act. Att. redupl.
inf.

possessive
theirs ;
8,

o$,

i/,

ov, his, hers,

its,

and of the

relative,

'ds , 5),

on horseback, or on board; withdraw, remove privily. 1
Ava/3toj'r/v,

Avdytodat, pres.
Ava-ydfjLEvo;,
-r/,

pass.
pres.

to

-ov, par.

a.

who, which, what. Av, Poet, for ava the Adv. and
for ava,

pass, of avdya>. AvayaXXff, -ios,

>/,

the herb

pim-

Att. for

ava/8io?/u, pres

or ava, the verb.

See
g.
v.p

opt. act. cont.

of

pernel, sea-purslain, brook-lime, or calves-snout.

them.

ANA",

prep,

sometimes

with an a. or a back along, ;

Avaj3i6b) -w, or Ava/3<'w/u, (fr. av< again, and /?t(5w or ftiwfjti to live]
to

revive,

come

to

life, live over

again. against, up along, up; over, beyond; up and down, to and Ava/JtWi?, -10$, Att. -Wf, f;, (fr. backwards and forwards ; fro, last) a return to life, revival from the dead, resurrection. throughout, among ; during, at, whilst, above, upon ; apiece, to or Ava/?i(icrKw, (fr. same) to animate

ayyfiXov, -ara, 1 a. impr. act. of ayyfXXw, f. -sXw, p. av^yyXxa, to (fr. ava again, and ayyfXXw to tell in tell ) return, bring back

answer;

to

tell,

teach, explain, de-

for each, severally ; with ; about; enliven, bring to life ; Ava@iu>cto revive, rcturnto in, into ; according to ; with a life. pass. K0[iat, pass. per. avr/-yyf\r]v. d. Poet, up, upon, with. \.vap\aardv(i), and -CT/W, f. -7/crw, in, Ava, and Poet. *Av, adv. up ! p. -r/Ka, (fr. avd again, and /3Xaer- Avayyvv//xfvof, -n, -ov, par. per. rdvd) to bud) to bud, sprout, Some consider it a pass. rise, stir. Ai>ayvv>7(7a?, -aera, -ov, par. 1 a. act. of avayvvao>. verb, put for avdora, and that spring, or shoot forth afresh. for avdarriOi, 2 a. impr. act. of Ka/jAf'-w, (fr. same, and jSXfTrw to AvayH70a(, Dor. for avr/yetvBai, look) to look up; to look again, pres. inf. of avnyiouai. aviarnp-i' as also or attentively ; to receive sight, AvaytXa'w, f. -a'crw, (fr. ava intens. 'Ava, for avdora, and that for avl^rj, 3 sin. 2 a. ind. act. of see again, recover the sight, and yXaw to laugh) to laugh avtarn/jn. heartily. Ava, v. sin. of dva!-- or by Apoc. 'dpheipts, -10$. Att. -wf, ;;, (fr. for dvaffaa. of sight. Avaytvvdw -itS, f. -rjaw, p. -rjKa, (fr. same) recovery ca 'dphr/cis, -(of. Att. -(05-, ,^, (fr. Ava'/?a, for avdfiaQi, or avdfirjOi, 2 again,andyvvaa) to breed) to a. impr. of avajSat'vu. beget again, regenerate, renovate, ava/?dXXw to defer) a dcla;.;, putrenew, per. pass, and AvaffaOting off, deferring. AvajSafya?, -?<?of, /, avayeyivr/uai. fr. avd afresh, and /?Au//6f, -ov, 6, (fr. ava up, and j3ad- A.va/?Xr'|w, A.rayivu>ffK(i),or rather arayiyviLcKu, f. fw to gush, which see. //ds a step) a step, flight of steps, arayvuffo/jiai, p. av/yvw/ca, (fr. f. -?;o-w, p. -r/Ka, (fr. same, and ytvwaKw to know) to staircase, ladder ; a degree ; a AvajSodw -w, recognise, acknovdedge ; to know, same, and /joau to shout) to cry coming, or going up. understand; to learn by study, aloud, shout, bawl, exclaim. 1 a. AvdfiaOpov, -ov, rb, and Avaftddpa, to read ; to av^6rj(ja' par. neat, arafforjcrav. advise, persuade. 2 a. -af, !), (fr. next) a ladder, staircase, stepping-board. Avapafvto. f. -j3?/(Toucn, p. -plSnicu.
I'ajSdXatov, -ov, TO, (fr. ara/3aXXoj

to publish, or proclaim with authority. 1 a. ind. av?/yy(Xa' impr. avayyctXov* inf. avayyaXaf 2 a. act. av^yyAov*

clare openly ;

act.

ava up, and /3au'w to go) to go up, ascend, mount, climb, scale ; embark, go, or put on board ship; to put to sea; to rise, grow, spring up ; come into the mind, occur. 2 a. ind. avffivv impr. avdfindi' inf. avafirjvat'
(fr.

to put on) a short cloak; er garment ; a robe.

an

out-

[tai. 1 a.

avfyywi', per. pass, awyvwspass, aveyv&adnv, sub. 3

va^o\fj,

-?Jf,

fj,

(fr.

same) an emp;

AvayKaj

tying, a throwing out

the thing

thrown up, a mound, rampart;

f. -acrw, p. r/vdyKaKa (fr. to force, conavdyKr/ necessity) compel, per. pass.
.

an ascent, going nation, delay; n
duction
;

garb,
f.

procrastirivdyKacj'.aiA a.pass./7i'ay*caff(?^v. intro- Avayicair/, -rjs, >/, (fern, of next) see dress, clothing ; ardyKr/. AvayKafy, d. adverpri. lu.Jc,

up ;

par. ava/3d?, -atra, -dv.

a garment.
Li'a/3op|3opi'^w,
-s<^> (fr

bially necessarily,

of

necessity.

ava

in-

ava back, and /SaXXw to throw) to throw back, reject; to throw up, heap ; to put, or set on, mount; to throw back, fling, throw off; to throw round, put
(fr.

growl, murmur ; to bawl, cry out. Ava/3o?, -w, 5, a, Dor. for dvr,&os.
va/3paa>, and -ff<rw, (fr. ava intens. and /?pa^w to boil) to make boil ; to boil up ; to leap, or spring out ; to shake, or drive out.

tof, -a, -ov, (fr. avdyKrj necessity) necessary, compulsory, liable ; needful, useful, intimate ; prq/itable ; tJtriffy, near, related, connected. Avay-

Katov
slaveri/,

r/pap,

on, clothe,

put

off,

dress; Ai/ajSdAAopat, to be defer; excited,

AvayKatq Tv%r/, bondage Avayx.aia,

-S>v, TU, necessaries.

roused, made angry. 2 a. act. Avf(3aXov' mid. avt/JaAo/iijv' per.

mid. ava(3f/3oXa.
Ava/3aerts, -to? , Att. -to?, '/, (fr. ava up, and /3afvw to go) a going up,
; an invasion, expedition. Ava^dcfOfnai, Dor. for avaj3ij(70/ja,

va/3pa^w, (fr. same, and /Spa'^w AvayKaarbs, -ov, o, fj, (i"r. same) to resound) to crack, crash, dash, forced, obliged, constrained. 2 a. ind. roar, bellow, resound. (fr. last) by convayraorwi,-,
act.

avf^pfl^ov.

straint,

of

necessity.

ascent
1

j'a/3pf%w, fr. same, and which see. 2 a. ind. act.

vdyKr;,

x ov and /?prf%w va!3p6%u>, (fr. same, obs. to suck up, th. Bp6yvo$ the
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and Dor. avdy/ca, necessity, compulsion , force, obligation, whether actual, moral,
-?;j, f],

f.

mid. of a)'aj3u'i'w.
o,

or

religious, distress, affliction,

Ava/?ar>j?, -ov,

(fr.

ava.flatvu to

poverty.

ANA

ANA

ANA
win, gain oner ; to subdue, subjugate. 1 a. inf. act. avatrjaai.
va^^fieij, 1 a. par. pass, of ava-

intens. Avaywyri, -rjs, %, (fr. last) educa-ou, 6", %, (fr. ava tion, rearing, bringing up ; raisand ayvXos bent) wry, crooked, bent. ing, lifting up ; weighing anchor, same, f. embarkation, setting sail; a car-uVu, (fr. AvayXuicatvu, and yXuKuiVto to sweeten) to rying away, captivity matte very sweet. AvayXvKaivo- Avaywyia, -as, ft, (fr. a neg. and

be gratipai, to receive pleasure, 3 pi. 1 a. fied. avayXvicavGiaffi,
sub. pass.
ioj,-otr, 6,11, (fr.
fr.

aywy?) education) a want
in education; defect gance, excess ; insolence.
-ov, b,
fj,

<f, or extrava-

ava again, and (fr. cicacxu to teach) to teach thoto roughlyj impress, inculcate. Also, tounteach, unlearn^forgei. .vaStc-apt, f. -a^wffw, (fr. ava back
sent,

same, and Avdywyos,
yva/irr-

(fr.

same)

ill

j toca.rve)carved,(.ngrated.
'!i-T<i>j

same, and

rw

for Ka>irrei>,

;TTW,
/a,
j

fr.

which see. same, and yva'-ru;,
ft,

which see.
-a?,
(fr.

a neg. and
; sin, guilt,

pure) impurity
?,

criminality.

educated, ill-bred ; saucy, petulant ; undisciplined, refractory. fr. ava a piece, and <JaAva<5a'|u>. io to divide, which see. AvaJa/a), (!r. same, and caiw to divide) to divide among, share, distribute ; or (fr. Satw to burn) to kindle up, light, burn.
/a5a/cvoj,
f.

again, and ciSiaui to give) to predeliver ; to give back, return, restore
;

to yield,

put forth,
to

emit;

to distribute,

divide;

propose, deliberate; to give up, fail, yield ; to give, hand, transmit. For its tenses see

-ovaa, -or, n. pi. -v<5iT?,

of see avaytvw<r/cu). )fii, obs. Avayvuvaj, 1 a. inf, act. Avaypur. 2
a. act.
vdXjQfj,

3

sin. 1 a. sub.
1 a. inf.

Avayvuffft/vat,

pass. pass.

tos, Att. -EUJ, >/, (fr. avd again, and Si-\6(a to double) (fr. avc a doubling, repetition, jinadito bite) to <5*:vw gnaw; to irritate, fret, grieve, plosis, a figure in rhetoric. 2 a. ind. act. AvadoOeis, 1 a. par. pass to cause remorse. AvaAva<5ov, tiodrivai, inf. 1 a. pass.

mid. -<5>/b/ia,

again, and

AvaSdaaaOat,

1 a. inf.

mid. of ava-

-oo-o,

2

a. impr.

ArayvwrE, 2

pi.

2

a. sub. act. of

vat,

2

a. inf. act.

mid. cfavati
.

.

Avayvwpw,
recognise

last, but see avayivuiaKu, Ava(W//oj, -ov, b, (fr. same) a di- AvaAo^o?, -or, 6, fi, and f. viding ; a division share. -tos, Att. -fu?, 6, (fr. -iVw, p. -t/ca, (fr. to receive) an undertaker ova again, and y^copi^u) to know) Avac/tT po//a,per. mid. of ava : to know a surety, sponsor again ; to acknowledge, 'pauiv, by Sync, for ava,

;'"a re-

;

to

introduce,

make
(fr.

a/*v,

1

pi.
-Ifu),

known.
Ai''}'vw<7j, -to?, Att. -w?, fa ai'ayv&m to read) o reading.

Avuc-dKvvpi,
intens.

f.

and cuKvvpi
to

p. -"X^, (fr. to show) to

Avacvut, Avacvu), or Ava<5v>w, (fr. avd up, and t'w to enter) to ava
emerge, appear,
rise, spring, or to come forth.

grow up,
Avativo-

show
out
;

clearly ;
to

mark, poin
1

Avayvoxm??,
reader.

-ou, 6, (fr.

same) a

avfOfa

avftw. Avayov, and Avdyovro, for av/jyov, OTJV' mid. avzStt^dfitjv. imp. act. and av/?yovro, imp AvdSvOtSf -0f, Att. -Wf, ^, (fr. pass, or 2 a. mid. of ava'yw. AvdSuJ-ts, -05, Att. -w?, >/, (fr. last) a rising, growth, appearance ; a declining, avoiding. last) a display; a shov:'mg, apAvayopav, Dor. for ava TIJV ayopdv, or before the assembly. a/, pointment. Avdsovos, -ov, b, ?/, (fr. a neg. and ^va bridal presents) icva, or Avuydpi)<rjj, -ioj, Att. -u>?, /, (fr. Avdcu^ov, -dru), 1 a. impr. act. of same portionless, unendowed. next) a proclamation, public de1

designate, appoint. inf. avacil^ai. p. pass. avafildEiyuai. 1 a. pass, avtotljp

a

/<a<, to reject, refuse, to retire, withdraw.

shun, avoid,

2

a. ind. act.

AvayopEuw,

AvaffKCffOat, Ion. for ava$f%c.Gdai, Avazip , for avados, pres. impr. act. of pros. inf. of avact^ojiai. through, and ayopa the public Avdcs\(j>og,-ov, o,/;, (fr. a neg. anc Avadpit), (fr. avd up, and a/po to a brother) brotherle, raise) to raise, lift up ; to carry a'*fX^oj place; to proclaim, publish, dewithout brothers ; a half brother, clare f to authorize, enact ; to nooff, bear away.
f.

claration ; report, evidence.
-(jcru),

(fr.

ava

AvafXirrof, -ov, b, fj, (fr. a neg. and by the same father only. minate, depute, appoint ; to have a surname, or second name. /\TT(? hope) unhoped, AvaSevSpds, -a^oj, >/, (fr. avii up, unexpected, and Sfvfyov a tree) a vine climbara up and unforeseen. AvaypapfiariQw, (fr. down, and ypa/i/ia a letter) to ing up, or clinging to a iree, an ira^aw -w, f. -tjcd), p. -r>Ka, (fr. avii again, and ao> to to espalier ; a plantation of vines. transpose the letters so as to form live) live again, new words, to make anagrams. Avadlfat. and Avacffaofat, Ion. for revive, come to life.

Avaypanparivubs,
transposition,

-ov, b, (fr. last) the making ana(fr. next) in-

avaSet^ai, 1 a. cdt-aadai, 1 a.
vo?,
-r,,

inf. inf.

act. a:

mid. of ava1 a.

\.v:i(.vyvvut,

or

grams.
Avdypa-K-os, -ov,
scribed
b,
t,

-|w,
-or, par.

(fr.

same,
to

Ava^fuyvi'w, f. and fyvya to
shift

mid.

or copied out ; written, clearly; recorded, enrolled. f. Avaypdtyij), -ipw, (fr. ava intens.

and yfxtyu

in full, or at length to enrol.

to write) to write out ; to inscribe ;

ifo/(a. (fr. avd intens. and SipKU) to see) to see clearly, behold, look up. 2 a. ind. act.
i,

of

yoke) pack up;
%ai,
1

to

yoke, or harness again,

decamp,
mid.

quar-

ters; to set out, depart,
a. inf.
f.

ava^v-ly/ca,

.ra^iu -5,
(fr.

-?70-w,

or-fro),p.
to

and by Metath
1'aSccf.uvii),
f.

same, and
to boil

$>'u to boil) to

be

-i_'cra), (fr.

same, and

hot,

Avdyvpts, -to;,
-ov, o,
'/,

f],

name
to

and Avdyvpos,
-rf%a,
(fr.

<507*i'u>

to bind) to bind, fitter,
~nSi hi (fr-

burst forth.

up; ava&aGw,

break

out, a. par.
1

of a shrub.

chain, confine.

pass.

Avayu,
off,

f.

a'fw, p.

ava
up,

up, and dyj> or

lead)

to take

avacfw to bind around) a head-dress ; a Jilht,
i

.va^rfw -5, f. -//o-w, p. -r,x.a, (fr. same, and &/r'w to seek) to look
for, to seek diligently, inquire la. after; to trace, investigate,
act. avt>'jTTjffa.

carry
to

away ; to bring, lead, or up ; to raise, exalt, erect ; rear, educate; to offer up
}

turban.
,

r

z

t

r

*

again, and olxopai

to receive) to

sacri/ice.

Avdyo/iat, to withdraw, one's self, or be taken betake., take to go off, set out ; put to away ;
sea, sail au)ay.

I a. inf. act. of last. receive, take; to take up, carry; to to entertain ; to undertake, take AvaQtyri, -Jjs, fi, (fr. bail. pack up) a packing up; a deupon, promise, engage,

ava^yw

2

a. ar/jyov, Att.

av^yayov, Ion. avayov per. avqypai. 1 a. pass
par. av

Avattu -w, f. and Stij) to pass.
luf.n,

-jyffoj, (fr.

ara intens.

campment, a change of quarters,
(fr.

to bind, biml up, rout, march. tie) or fatten together ; to en- Ava^uypat
.'/(,

avii

adfirn

;

to attack,

intens.

ve, and ypdtpw to

ANA
in colours describe) to represent draw, paint. or Ava^iavvv/Jti, f. Ava&Dvvvw, av/CwKa, (fr. same, ant try,
p. to gird) to

AJNA
as $pjy<ua, also a pupil, a foster-chila; a pet, cub.
ave\e?v. par. avt\u>v. nnd. amXw ^rjv, -ov, -f.ro' inf. avi\taOai. 1 a.

w,
to
to

(fr.

same,

gird up, tight Qwvvvpi mount ; to awake. en ; to prepare for a journey, 01 work ; as the ancients did, by Avadv^iaat;, -105, Att. -c's ; //, (fr. same, and Svjudu) to perfume' fastening their loose clothes tig! about them. odour, exhalascenz", perfume^ tion, incense ; breath, life, soul -w, f. -ijffa), p. ave^w Arafa-vpiw
irvprjKa, (fr.
cite, stir

to /cop i/ito, or upon bound, or spring upwards ; tt

bound)

pass, avflptdriv inf. 1 f. avaipc6rjaonai.

vaipu,
to

(fr.

same,

and

a/pw to

raise) to take upon, undertake;

vaicOdvopai,

pursue, prosecute. (ir. ava intens. and

same, and

w7rupa

spirit.

aia-Gdvonai to feel) tafccl strong ly ; to perceive quickly. Or (fr. a UPS. and same) to be without

to kindle) to rekindle, revive, ex-

up.
1

vaioda, -a?, Ion. AvatScirj, (fr. avaiorjs shameless) srtamelessncss,
defndti.

fnllng, or
,

.sense ; to be stupid.
f,,

-j,

(fr.

a neg. and
(fr.

Avafaffd[Jitvos, par.

a.

mid. of

impudence
d.
/

;

indecency

,

feeling) insensibility.

importunity,

sin. Ion.
f\
I

AvaiaOijTos, -ov,
r
.vaicOi'/rws,

b,

i},

same)

Avawu>, same as vaaw. AvaOa\tw -w, f. -r/ffw, same as
AvaflaXXw, f. -aXw, p. avaTtOa\Ka, and Poet. Ava0aXfu> -ai, (fr. ava

\f

~
to

r

insensible, sense-less, stupid. senselessly,' (fr. last)

same)

be without shame, be;

stupidly.

have indecently

to

importune

be troublesome. again, and ^aXXw, or $aXai>, Poet, to bloom) to thrive, flou- AvaiSrjv, and A.vai5>ju.6vw, (fr. or bloom anew ; to cause to rish, next) impudently, shamefully.
flourish.
AvaQd\irti), SdXrru) to
to caress,

.vfi7/5w -w, (fr. ava intens. and to spend, exn/^ow to expend) pend ; to waste, consume, lavish.
ex.vaiai^iia, -aroj, TO, (fr. last) -tist ; labour, pains. .va'iG&ia, (fr. ova up, and atffffw to
burst,

2
f.

a. act.

aviOa\ov.

warm)

-U'o>, (fr. same, to warm,

and

Avatorjs, -jo? -ovs, b, r], (fr. a neg. and af<5wy modesty) impudent

chafe,

refresh, comfort, cherish, relieve ;

Ava6appt(j),
->?<ru),

make much of. and Ava0ap<7fw -w, f. and Sdppos, or (fr. same,

saucy, shameless ; regardless, irreverent ; urgent, importunate remorseless ; unfeeling, huge,

rush) to rise, or spring up; to or gush out ; to leap, or

dart forth. 1 a. ind. act. avijt^a.

rough, rugged.
Qs, (fr. last) shamelessly, reverently ; intensely, eagerly,
steadily.
ir-

immodest)

to

Sapaoj boldness) to take courage ; encourage, animate ; embolden. AvaBdrjv, ->??, -rj, 2 a. opt. act.
to

act shamefully, feel

behave indecently, no shame.
(fr.

Avaiaxvvrfa, -?,'//,
to

next) in-

w,

(fr.

Ava0?wt,

inf.

AvaOc??, par.

to burn)

ava intens. and burn violently

ai\

di'i-'
:'i''/,

shamelessness^
6,
f],

impua neg.

;

to

dence.

inflame, kindle, light up. AvdOe^ia, -aTog, TO, (fr. ai'aTi6rjiJ.i to lay apart) aperson or i/tmg dedicated to holy uses, or separat-

T^VVTOJ, -ov,

(fr.

ed on account of some impurity

;

and aia%i>vii> to shame) invat^offapKQs, -ov, b, >;, (fr. next, and o-apl" flesh) it-houc flesh si-cjns immodest, shameless, impudent. to !i:a-e lost its blood, pale, inani- Avalrios, -ov, b, >;, (fr. a neg. and mate. airia blame) blameless^ guiltless,

or devoted to destruction, a vic- Avui /.id} v, -ovos,

tim ; an anathema ; the form of such dedication ; a curse, or exccration.
d. sin. avaOcpciTi.

and 'Av(//oj, -ov, a neg. and atpa blood) v.nthout blood ; immorbloodless, tal
o,
;;,

innocent.
(fr. last) innocently; wilJiout cause, or reason. av intens. and vaKaOaipu, (fr.

(fr.

vnr'Kog,

va</.<wm,
TiKa,
(fr.

and

A.raifj.taTi,

(fr.

KnOalfxa

to

last) to
;

bind by a curse,
to curse,

same)

williout bloodshed.

or execration
1 a. act.

devote.

av0i/ar0-<r, per. pass.
for.

ivaivofiai, (fr. sent) to refu?r,
slight,

a nog. and

rz?vos

as-

purge, purify. 3 pi. Oaipounai,
''),
(fr.

cleanse) to cZean, 1 f. mid. avaKa-

dim;:

to

reject,

Ava0//rtu>, Att.
1 f.

ava0//arc-u>,

of last.

AvaQfpcv, and AvaOinevat, Dor. JEol. and Ion. for awfoTraj, 2 a. inf. act. of avariOmu.

repudiate, disown. 2 sin. pres. araivftti, Ion. for ava'mf 3 sin. avairtrat. imp. 3 sin. avaiVETO, Ion. for avfji'CTo. par. pres.

aw
;-'.

avaKaOatpouvrai. f. -Vffw, p. avaxcKdBiKa, up, and KaQify to sit)

Or

(fr.

:

intens.
st-tilc,

and
sink

same)
dou;n
;

to to

subside,

''uKmri^w,
a. par. act. of avat'ercrw. Avaivaiptdfrvai, 1 a. inf. pass.

ding, adhere to. va again, and (fr.

fS.
3

1

Avafkwpfw -5,
p?7/ca,
(fr.

f.

-flew, p.

m'r0wand
cu-

Kuivifa to

renew,
(fr.

th. Kaivbs

new)

and
\

av

intens.

pel,

sin. cont.

pres.
inf.
inf.

ind. act.

vaiMi I'dw -w,

same, and KUIVQ^

ptd)

to consider) to view, behold,

Avatpstv, pres.

act. cont.

new)

to renew;, restore, refresh.

observe,

examine

attentively ; to

contemplate, study, meditate. AJ'a0wp77<Tj?,-<o?, Att. -wj, ;'/,

(fr.

last) contemplation, meditation ; study, examination. Avafowpwi', n. sin. cent. -wpauvrfj,

pass. cont. Avflipovfj.vos, -r], -ov, par.pres. cont. pass. Avnipouvriav, g. pi. j>ar. pres. act. cont. of avaiptu. vaioLffig, -10?, Att. -wj, 17, (fr. next) a lifting up, taking away;

AwjpT(T0at,pres.

vnKiiti'taens, -(Of,

Att. -cwc, ;';, (fr. last) a renewing, renewal, renovation.
f.

vaKcilw,

and K('W
light
tu
;

-Kavffw, (fr. to burn)

aw
to

intens.
kindle,
:

to

burn up, flame forth

n.

pi.

cont.

par. pres. act. of

same.
AvafljjXtw -5, Ion. for

burial; a taking, or cutting ojf ; slaughter, murder.
vaipck) -w,f.
-.'/<TCJ,

p. avfipnKa, (fr.

see ava^aXXw.
AvddrifjLa, -UTO$, TO,

a to set apart) a consecrated gift hung, or laid up in a temple,
(fr.

ava up, and a'ioiu> to take) to take up, or away ; to bury ; to

inflame, par. pres. pass. Kai6(tvo$. AvaKa\fb) -w, (fr. ai'd again,
/caXt'w to

avand

call) to recall, call ba^k,

an

offering

;

an ornament.
pi. 1
f.

Ava0/o-ou(n,3
6*11*1.

ind.

of avariS-o-

again; tocallupon,invoke;t<> undo, abolish, annul ; to overrail, accuse ; to name, designate. turn, overthrow, -subvert ; to kill, AvaKa\vTTT/ piov,-ov, T&, (fr. next) cut off; to make war ; to the day on which the bride answer, ap;

call

reply

;

to

refute,

disprove ;

to

pears
sents

to

company.
to her

In

pi.

pre-

Avaflopfo) -w, pfu to

(fr. av<i

back, and

spring) to leap, spring, start back ; to rebound, recoil ; to leap, or dartout. 2 a. ind. act.
TO",

rear, educate. Avaipfopai -ofyat, to betake, or take one's self away, to withdraw, pres. impr. act.

made
;

on that occa;

sion

bridal gifts.
f.

Ava0p/n/*a, -aroj,
tens.

aveflopov. in(fr.

aw

and Spf'/^a

cattle)

same

avaipurw. par. pres. fern, avaipovaat. 2 a. act. (fr. obs.) avaXov impr. avi'Xr sub. avfXa), -rys, -77, 3 pi. avtXwcrr inf.
pi.

3

AvaKaXi'7rru>,
<f>a,

-'/'Wj p. aj

a/c/caXv-

sin.

Aw

(fr.

ava back, and KaXtiVrw
to unveil,
;

to

cover)

reveal, dis-

close,

discover

to

open.

per.

(38)

ANA
A.Va/ca//5TTO>,
f.

ANA
p. to
-

ANA
1

avd intens. and jostle, impede hinder, stop, stay, bend) to to blend, mingle, confuse. prevent; to cut short, interrupt. turn, bend, or bow bftr.k ; to bend 1 a. act. course back, to return, go AvaK\>ify), f. -yw, (fr. same, and mtj avfKoipa. back ; to go back andforwards, ArXa^w to ckng) to c/awg, re- AvaAcou0tw, (fr. same, and KovQos to sow?^ ; to shout, call, cry aloud ; Avalight) lighten, ease ; to relieve, AvaKdft^ai, 1 a. inf. act. to bark. ind. act. of succour, help, assist. Kdml/w, -?, -t, 1 f. last. AvafcXatw, (fr. same, and xXatw to Ava/toi5$tert?, -to?, Att. -suj, //, (fr. last) lightness ; a making light, weep) to weep for, lament again, AvdicavOos, -ou, 6,^, (fr. a neg. and exoneration ; relief, ease, alleviadKar'1,1 a thorn) without thorns, deplore anew.

-^u,

Ava

jtpvuw -w,

-vt] t u,

same, and

/ca/^rrro)

or -vu^ai, (ft. Kinvdo) to mix)

beat, or drive back ; to blunt

;

to

bristtix,

otjmi, smooth.

AvaVXao-t?, -to?, Att. -a>?,

>;,

(fr

tion.

a contortion, strain, bend- Ava/cpa^w, f. -u>, (fr. avd intens. and Kpa'w to cry) to cry out, n<i"(i) ing ; a breaking, fracture; reto eat voraciously ; to shout, bawl, exclaim, per. ind. flection, change of direction. :>ly, mid. avaKEKpaya, par. avaKtKoaAva/cXaw -u>, f. -ao~w, (fr. avd in;>ph. tens. and AcXa'w to break) to bow A.raKtariit, Ion. for avdnuvrai, 3 ywj. or bend violently, strain; to break; A.vaKpaOcis, for avaKspaaOus, 1 a. pi. pres. of to beat, or strike back, reflect. par. pass, of avaKcpavvvfii, which \vaKsipcu, (fr. ava intens. and /ceiAva*ra-rw,

ava intens. and to swallow) to swallow
(fr.

next)

ftat

to

lie)

to lie

down

;

'line,

like the

ancients, to
to

ava/caX/w to re- AvaxXtyTiop, -opo?, b, (fr. to recall) one who calls back ; sit,

see.

A.vaKpd%a$, -acra,
act. of

-ay,

par.

1

a.

like

the

moderns

at meals ; to

complainant, accuser.

avaKpdfy.

lay up, or by ; charge, impute.

dedicate ; to AvaicXivb),

avd

Ion. for f. -iVw, p. avciKixX'tKa, (fr. A.vakpfj.d<j(iv, intens. and v/Vvw to lay ffav, 3 pi. 1 a. act.

A'o/f///vo?, -T), -ov, (par. pres. pass, of last) seated at table, subs.

down) to toy, to recline ; to
or cover,
to be in

a guest.

AvdKEirai,

3

sin.

av>cp/|/aAva*cpe1 a par. pass, of or sei down, make naadtis, put back the door AvaK{5/mo> -w, fr. avd inteng. and see. open Kptfidw, which
to

pres. ind. pass, of

same.
par. per.

a recumbent posture,
or
to

Ai'aracyxzyii?, -u?a, -Di,

be reclined,
self,

recline

one's

Avo/rpeuv, -ovros, poet.
f.

6,

Anacrew, a
sub. pass, of

mid.

ofavaKpdfa.

as
;

the

ancients

did

at A.vaKpiO&,

-rjs,-ij, 1 a.

A.vaKcpdvvvut,AvaKepavvv(a,orA.va-

meals

answering

to sit, or be Ava/cpiVcu,

-via, p. ava/ctKOiKa, (fr.

&c.

Ktnrlu, (fr. to
;

sam,

and Kepavvv^i,

mix)

to

to mingle, mix, temper, dilute ; to in-

seated, as the moderns ; to bring back ; to return. 1 a. act. avf/eXt-

avd intens. and KQIVU to judge)
to discern, judge; to question, interrogate, ask ; to examine, inquire, search out ; to decide, de-

termingle, conjuse.

ava/cXtvaf 1 a. avK\iOrjv inf. avaK\iQuvxi'
va'
inf.

1

f.

termine. 1 a. act. avfKplva. per. AvdKtia, -wv, ra, (fr. ava? tlio pass. avaKXi0/7<70//at kin^s) the festival of Castor and AvaOcXtc-t?, -to?, Att. -w?, ^, (fr. pass. avaKfKOiunai. 1 a. avEKpV* Pollux. drjv, 1 f. avaKOidi'iaopai. last) arecUnins:, leaning, lying, Att. -Wf, ;, (fr. or sitting at meals ; an opening. AVUKCIOV, -ov, TO, (fr. next) their Avaxpiffis, -to?,' a trial, hearing ; examinaAvA-Xirov, -ou, TO, (fr. same) a temple. last)

'AvaKcs,

-air,

ot,

the

Ava*:u?, -wv, ol,

couch. kings; and an epithet of AvaKot, see d
.vaKoiveo, Ion. for avaKotvou, pres.

Castor and Pollux.
AvaK(f>a\ai6<i) -w,
f. -c5<70), p. avaKtKt<j>a\aiuKa, (fr. avti apiece, and

impr. pass, of
va/cotvow

f. -wcru, p. -uca, (fr. -<3, withdraw, avd apiece, and KOI yd? common) yield ; to delay, defer ; to hinder, enumerate; to to check, repulse ; to strike, beat, or class, arrange, under respective communicate, impart, share; to heads; to sum up, to reduce to play upon an instrument; to propose, consult, confer. 1 a. one total. AvaKcd>a\ai6o[i.ai-ovfjiai, inf. mid. prelude, flourish, prepare to beto come gin, preface. together, to unite under Ava/cotpavaa -<3, (fr. avd intens. one head; to be summed and Koipavos a lord) to ru/e, go- 'AvaKra, a. sin. Ava*r<n, Poet, for up, aval- 1, d. pi. of aval;. vern; to manage, conduct; to comprised. execute, discliarge, perform. kvaKTaopai, (fr. ava again, and AvaK^aXa(o>(Ttf, -to?, Att. -EOJ?, >j, a recapitulation; a AvaKO\ov9ia, -a?, ^, (Fr. next) irreKTdofj.ai to possess) to get again, (fr. same) regain, recover ; to be reconciled^ sum, total. gularity, discord, disagreement. attached, conciliated, pres. inf. per. inf. act. of AvaKo\'jv6o$, -ou, o, ^, (fr a 'neg.

tion, inquiry ; question. avd back, and A-vaKpovofiai, (fr. vpouw to strike) to backwater, row backwards, shove off from the shore; to recede,

KE<f>a\i)

a head)

to

<

,

(fr.

ava up, and

KIJKIIJ)

for

KM

bound
gush
Krjpvt-

to go) to spring, leap, or upwards ; to burst forth,

out.

suitable) mco?ipass. cont. avaKraaBai. 1 a. inf. mid. avaKTrjaatrOat. incongruous, inconsistimprobable ; unfit, A.vdKTTj<n$, -jo?, Att. -u?, f], (fr. improper ; silly, foolish. last) a, recovery, or regaining what was lost ; refreshment, reAvaKOfjLiSfi, -55?, ij, (fr. next) a reclusive,

and aK<5Xou0o?
;

ent

unlike,

AvzKTipvffcru, (fr.

avd intens. and
proclaim

ceiving, recovery, getting again
carriage, transportation,

;

lief; reconciliation.

a

crier) to publish, declare

by

authority,

by

a

ance
rites.

;

convey- AvaxTop/a, -a?, /, (fr. a'i>aa king) return; interment, burial rule, sway, government.
reAva/trdpio?, -ou, 5, fj, (fr. same) gal; a master's, relating to a

crier.

AvaKivSwtvw,
ger, expose.

(fr.

$vvs danger)
AvaKivlw,
(fr.

to

same, and KIV- AvaKOjjiiw, (fr. avd back, and KOventure, endanpi^u to carry) to bring, or carry
back
;

master, or lord.

move)

to

same, and Kiviu to move, remove; to af-

fect, persuade, impel ; rouse, provoke ; to sift,

A.vdKTOpov, -ou, rd, (fr. same) a temple, particu get court, palace ; at Eleusis. again, regain; to betake one's larly that of Ceres to excite, to return, go back. self; A.vaKVK\tfffjibs, -ov, 6, (fr. avaicv^iot examine. AvaKovrlfa, (fr. avd intens. and to revolve) a circumvolution, a

to

carry

out

to

burial ;

a

AvaKon'i^ofiat,

to

recover,

AvaKivrjais, -to?, Att.
last)

-w?, a moving, motion ;
;

fj,

(fr.

com-

aKovrt'^u to dart) to hurl, dart, shoot, cast afar off; to discharge,

motion in revolution, turning ;
circle.

a

motion, disturbance provocation.

excitement,

spout out
Ava'/coo?,
KOITTlj),

;

to

rebound, fly back.
-KtKO$a, (fr. boat) to

aKV>cXw<Tl? -0?, Att. -0)J, ^, (fr,

Dor.
f.

for av^xroo?.
/c.J-rw to

same) a

circulation,

a free pas

AvaKiovafitvof, for avaK

-4"<>, P.

pa ,.
(

1 a.

mid. of

n lar!c,

nnd

sage, a series of regular motions, a r c rnhtf.ion.

ANA
A.vaKv\tu>,
f.

ANA
'a'XYroj, -ov, b,
>/,

ANA
a neg. anc

back, and back and forwards, to to whirl, turn round;
out.
(fr.

p. -Ka, (fr. ava K\>\i<a to roll) to roll
-ffw
roll
to

(fr.

AvaXwO^T, 2
pass

pi.

up

;

i/Xiip shoe) unshod, barefoot. 'uXioKOKT-'i. Dor. for ctvaXtcKovffa

a

AvdXwaa,
1 a.

1 a. sub. Ion. for av;?-

Xwtra, -as, -e,

ind.

act.

creep

fern. par. pres. act.
>a\i<rK(t),
f.

of

AvaAwc-ai,
\lffKti).

1 a. inf. act.

of ava-

avaXwiru), p. avfj\WKa

avaintcns.and

KvpjlaXidQu) to play on the cymbal) to fall with a crash, to be overthrown ruined, destroyed. AvaACUTrrw, (fr. ava up, and KVTTTU to bend) to bend, or turn, up-

and Att. avtdXuKa, (fr. <m Ava'Xwra Ion. for away, and Ajffjcw to take) to tat
away, waste, consume, expend to corrode, impair, destroy. 1 a act. av//Aw<ra. 2 a. ind. act. avfy
Awv.
Xwo-a,

Ava'Xuxra

Ava'Xwrat,

1 a.

avfi\diKa, per. act. av7act. ovijXwraf, 3 sin.
;

per.

pass, of avaXdw obs.

see

AvaXw/ua, -aroj, TO,
to

(fr.

v>ards; to lift up the head, to AvaAra'a, AvaXicia, -as, and Ion look upwards; to recover health Ava\Kirj, -??j, ^, (fr. next) weakor spirits ; to resume hope, tak ness, timidity, delicacy.

expend) expcnsiveness,
;

costli-

ness, extravagance
cost,

pi.

expense,

charges.

courage.
Avaicv\l/ai,
1

a.

inf.

act.
1 a.

Avaact.

'Ava\Kis, -tSos, b, a\Kr) strength)
timid,
lent.
,
'.

fj,

(fr.

a

neg.

am

AvdXwais,

v:cak,

feeble

Ku\pas, -acra, -av, par.

delicate ;

slothful, indo1 a,

of

last.

-ios, Att. -wj, fj, (fr. avaXt'o-KO) to expend) expense, expenditure, consumption, waste; ruin, destruction.
b,fi, (fr.

Ava/cuKuw,

f. -yaw, (ava intens. and KWACUW to bewail) to shriek, scream, raise an outcry, or lamentation.

act. of
f.

Poet, for ava\i&s, avaAfyw.
-ovp.ut, (fr.

AvaXwTOf, -ov, pregnabk.
/uai/uow

same) im-

AvaAXoftaz,

ava up,

vanaifjidu -w, (fr.

ava intens. and

to spring back, recoil. AvaXoy/a, -as, >/, (fr. ava accordand Xoyoj account) analoA.VUK&S, (fr. avaf a king) royally, ing to, grandly, exquisitely, finely, caregy, proportion.

AvoVwXo?, -ov, 6, >i, (fr. a neg. and /cuXov a limb) small, short, minute ; defective, deficient, imperfect.

and to leap) to leap, aXAoj/a: jump, spring up ; to jump upon, ,

to

sionately,

to

covet) to desire paslong eagerly ; to
(fr.

rage.
vafjiavOdvia,

ava again, and
to

fiavOdvo) to learn)

learn over

again.
taudfcvTOs, -ov,

fully, diligently, watchfully.

AvaKw^vw,
come
to

(fr. next) to anchor, anchor, to moor; to

vaXoyi^o^ai, f. -iaofiai, (fr. ava apiece, and Xoy/^o/zat to think) I consider severally ; to deliberate,
reason,

and

afjia^a

b, fj, (fr. a neg. a cart) impassable by

carriages.
-ov, 6, % (fr. a neg. to sin) without sin, faultless. innocent, A.V a paver 10, or -rrw, (fr. ava intens. and ud<T<r<i> to to cleanse
'a/jidorTjTOs,

heave, or

lie to,
>;,

wait.
for

argue;
;

to recount,

enu-

AvaKw%ri,

-Tis,

avo%ij.

merate
AvaXa'jecture.

to value,

estimate, con-

and apapTdvn)

AvaXafJEtv, 2 a.

inf. act.

Ava/?;-, 2 pi. 2 a. impr. act. Xa/?wv, -ovaa, -ov, 2 a. par. act. of
Ava\a/jij3dv(a,
f.

vaXoyiaaaQt, 2
oflast.
vaXoyta/jL^s,

pi. I a.

impr. mid.

-\jj\popai,

).

avdup-

\n<pa, (fr. to to

va up, and \a^dv(o
lift,

take)

raise ; to take

-ov, b, (fr. same) thoroughly, to away, expiate. thought, consideration, argument, reasoning ; an account, enume- Ava/ua';o//a<, (fr.

wash) wash

out,

wipe

on, assume, undertake ; to take ration, list, roll ; design, proporHd%o/jiai again, to renew the battle, up, carry, convey, take on board tion, harmony. pres. inf. ship, or on a beast ; to take up AvaAoyoj, -ov, 6, f], (fr. ava acarms ; to take in sail, furl ; to cording to, and Xdyos reason) AvafiE^i^arai, Ion. for ava/jLtp.iyfiftake a wife, marry; to take up the voi etffi, 3 pi. per. pass, of avaanalogous, proportional; agreeable to, consistent with, reasonbridle, curb ; to take up a book, to receive breath, able ; suitable, fit, proper. read; Ava/jfvu,f. -/m'<3, p. -fjLtulvtjKa, (fr. recover, revive ; to take to one's self, ava intens. and /un/w to apwait) ya\6y<i)$, (fr. last) proportionally, to expect, wait propriate, procure ; to gain, confor ; to persevere consistently, suitably. ciliate ; to refresh, reanimate. 2 in hope ; to await the va\bs, -ov, b, ft, (fr. a neg. and charge, a. act. ind. oveXa/Jov* stand the brunt, pres. inf. act. a\s salt) without salt, insipid, par. avatasteless. Xa/?wv, 1 a. ind. pass. avz\fi6&nv. UOr. lOi ct F//7XtWt/i. AvaXa/jTrw, (fr. ova intens. and vaXdw, same as avaXiaicu. *.>l*fA<.^ir>, to shine) to shine brightly, AvotXroj, -ov, 6, 17, (fr. a neg. and Avdpeaos, -ov, b, f/, (fr. ava intens. Xa^Trw to burn and fjifcos middle) in the dXSw to grow) not thriving, or clearly ; to enmidst, flitter ghten. middlemost, intermediate. stunted, dwarfish. prospering, AvaXyfo , -MS -ovs, and AvaXy^ro?, Or, (fr. same, and &Xis enough) va/tfffTos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same, and

ai<a again, to fight) to fight

and

ufffTOs full) quite full. -ov, 6, f/, (fr. a neg. and aXyoj insatiable, greedy, ravenous. Or, pain) without pain, unaffected by (fr. same, and u\s salt) unsea- Ava/v.rpfo/uat -ofytat, (fr. same, and pain; insensible, unfeeling ; not soned, not salted, insipid. Utrptw to measure) to inspect, painful. view, survey ; to set, or arrange AvaA-uf//v, Ion. for avaAvm pres. an ambuscade ; to recount, enuinf. act. of ava\vu>. Ava\yrja(a, -as, 17, (fr. last) absence or freedom from of, pain ; ease ; AvaAbVij, -ios, Att. -wf, f/, (fr. merate, repeat ; to measure back, return ; to experience, discover; a separation, division, anaapathy, insensibility. next) to estimate, value ; to measure Ava\y6fnsvos, par. pres. pass, of lysis ; a deliverance, ransom, release ; a loosening of the cables, AvaXeyw,fr. ava intens. and Xtyw, out, set, task ; to pour, discharge, which see. shed. 1 a. inf. mid. to sea, departure ; putting return, avafierp/ioaaOai. AvdXr/nna, -aro?, rb, (fr. avaXa//j3acoming back. vw to take up) height, eminence ; va\vw, f. -VGU, p. -Ka, (fr. ova .va/u/yvv/n, and -yvvw, (fr. same,
1

a fortress, castle. Avahrjirrtos, -ov, b, ^, (fr. same) to be taken, carried ; that must be
taken, verb.

&c.
"

according
Att. -u> ? ,

to

the

again, and Avco to loose) to separate, divide, loosen, unravel, untie, to loose the cables, unmoor, put to sea ; to set out, depart ; to return ; to die ; to dissolve, dismiss, break up ; to rest, put up, stop, halt; to free, deliver, retrieve

and

/ut'yvu/n
;

to

mix)

to
;

mix

to-

gether

intermingle
f.

to

con-

found, confuse.
.va/K/uvf/cncw,
p.tfjivr)Ka,

(fr.

avapvf/au, p. avaava again, and

Avd\r,$is, -ios,

$,

(fr.

/n/uvvo-Kw

same) a

recovery, restoration, a taking, carrying back, or away ; a "reelevation, or lifting

remind) to call to mind, recollect ; to remind, adto

from

;

to

discharge,
1 a.

re-

monish, per. pass.
i,

up, moval, retiring, withdrawing.

compense. AvaXuQcis, -acra, -rv, (40)

par. pass.

Poet, for

c

ANA
AvofiJ(,

ANA
to
fr.

ANA
o,
/,

(&

ava/uyvt)/*(

futedly, promiscuously.

3 sin. pres. pass. change of lot, alteration, kvaptcytrai, lincible. ova and ^iVyw, which see. vaitdacw, (fr. same, and irdatru to Ion. for avnpnivos, par. A.vdvrns, -U?S -ovs, o,//, (fr. ava up, sprinkle) to bedew, bespread ; Avappfvos, to adorn, celebrate. and avraw to meet) up hill, of avaarw. per. pass, avd intens. and ; inaccessible ; rugged. AvoVaua, and AvdirauXa, -t]$, AvdAvauvau -w, (fr. steep to remind) to hint, inti-avc-i?, -toy, AtU AvavavrippnTos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. a neg.
//vaw

AvaiTaywviorof, neg. and avTayuviaros a rival) i/ioi has no equal, matchless, in(fr.

-ou,

a

,,

-ou, 5, (fr.

ava again, am?

ffdAAu to shake) a

new

allotment,

mate,
-Sfiai,
to

to

Avafivdoftat suggest ; be reminded, warned ;
recollect.

avn

against,

and ptu

-wj,

fa

to

speak)

iravpa, -aros , r3,

(fr.

avaTratfw to

indisputable, unquestionable, incontestable.

remember,

give rest) cessation, interval, intermission; rest, repose; recrea-

tion ; an Ion. same as avay.- A.vavTipf'iTws, (fr. last) without abode, residence. AvafivieoOat, mid. or as avaand afairautrr?piovf contradiction, indisputably. varaur/7piov, vdt&at, pres. inf. inf. act. arrXfu -w, (fr. avu. intens. and -ou, TO", (fr. same) rest, refreshpres. fiifiv^ffKuv, 1 a. sub. 1 pi. avrXf'w to pump) to pump dry, ment; a resting, or stopping Ava/tv>;o-0w//cv, exhaust, drain ; to endure, suffer. place, an inn. pass. Avapv/(70j, -tioa, -fv, 1 a. pass. Avawra, Dor. for avjyvrra, (fr. a AvaTi-auw, f. -<rw, p. -Ka, (fr. ava par. Ava/m/o-w, intens. and iravw to make to -ciS, -(, 1 f ind. act ofava/xva'w, neg. and avvw to complete) in rain, fruitlessly, to no purpose. cease) to stop, make cease; to Att. -EWJ, ^, (fr. Avaf, -aKTOs, b, a king, sovereign, give rest ; to quiet, still, calm ; j, -joj, to refresh, recreate. monarch, lord, master. avaj/vdw to remind) rememAvaTrauopai, for j^afa , 1 a. ind. to cease, make an end ; to brance, a commemoration, a me- Avaa, Ion. rest,

morial.
Ava^opfivpcffKCj

act.

Avacu,
1
f.

1

a.

inf.

act.

take rest, be
:.

Ion. for avefidppvpc,

Avdt-aaQai,

1 a. inf.

imp. of Avafioppvpu, (fr. ara intens. and
sin.

3

fav,

inf.

mid. Avaact. of avdcau.
6,

quiet, 1 a.

per. pass.

mid. av?rauof

va^ap^of, -on,

Anaxarchus, a Avair/0, 3
avd intens.

sin. pres. ind. act.

murmur) to bubble, or ./bom wart /oud murmuring, roar,
/*op/iupa>

to

man's name.
o,

(fr.

and

bellow.

Ava^o^Xei'w,

f.

-<ra),

and /to^Xo? a bar)

(fr. to lift, raise,

ava up,

remove with bars, or levers ; to unbar, unlock. A.vafi<bi\cKTos, -ou, b, fa (fr. a neg.

to dry) to dry up, parch ; empty, quoff. vaf(dXoyof, -ov, 6, fa (fr. a neg. a'(o? deserving, and Xdyoj account) not worth remembrance,
to

Ava:r/0w, f. -erw, p. -Ka, (fr. avd back, and ^tWa to persuade) to dissuade, persuade from, or against; to induce, prompt. Avairjpdu -w, f. -dau, p. -OACO, (fr. avd intens. and 7ripa'u to try) to prove ; to attempt, endeavour ; to
plan, contrive.
(fr.

worthless, insignificant.

ana

a/i0<Xf'ya)

to doubt)
o,
,

-ou,

Xdyw?, adv.
neg. and

(fr.

and and A/z$isame) and

va%ioira6fu -w,

(fr.

ovdioj un- Ava7r/pu,

same, and

irf/pw

to

merited, and
to suffer

Trdir^w to endure)

A.van<f>icfiriTriTOS,

-ou, 6, 17, (fr. a aitfyiafiririd) to contro-

vert) doubtless, unquestionable, certain, satisfactory.
A.vafttpiff^f]Trjr(i)s,
(fr.

wrongfully, endure undeservedly ; to resent, feel indig' nant. va'fiof, -ou, 6, fa (fr. a neg. and
d^tos deserving) undeserving, unworthy, worthless, mean, insigni-

var^7ra'opat,

pierce) to pierce, or run through. (fr. avd up, and irafnrd?ofiai to count) to recount,
revolve, consider ; to enumerate ;
to retrace,

go over again.
f.

varrfu^w,

-tj/a),

last) without

back, and

irf/JLirn)

controversy, certainly.
JivavSpia, -as, fa (fr. next) sloth, laziness; cowardice. -ou. 6, ft, (fr. a neg. and 'Avav<5poj,

ficant

;

unmerited, undeserved.
-cyyoj,
6, fa
(fr.

vafj^dp/uy^,
ava'o-c-w

forth, up, or back turn.

p. -<f>a, (fr. avd to send) to send ; to remit, re

to

command, and
harp)

<p6p-

vaTTfVauraj, 3 sin. per. ind. pass,

juy

the

adapted

to

the

ofavoTrauw.

a man) unlike a man, unmanly, cowardly, timorous.
avfip

harp, demanding
va^lus,
verently.
(fr.

its strains,

Avas-rX^pwvrat, 3 pi. per. pass, of
irre-

ava'fio?

unworthy)

A.vdvcpas,
ously.

Avazrr-ra//fvof, Sync, for raptvos, or avatrcircTaopivos, per. Avav<5oj -5, -cvew, p. -veviwKa, Avaupts, -iSos, fa (fr. par. pass, of avoTrrra'w, -a"w, to draw) breeches, trousers, ova again, and vtos new) to (fr. -avvuw, or -dvwpi. o-upu> Or, par. of to for reneto, restore, re-establish; leggings, stockings. iriirrafjtai, firrajiai, per. pass. Ion. and Poet, foravfcall to mind. A-vaoiyecKov, ofltTTr/fii, the same as 5rfVo/ac ( or i/vojyov, imp. ofavo/yw. or (!)?, 17, AvdvEUffi?, -to?, Att. (fr.
(frf.

lasi)fearfully, timor-

unworthily, unbecomingly,

avd up, and

next} of the

wyov, nirafiai, TITO.O\LO.I. a raising or drawing back Ava^ayyAXw, (fr. avd again. a~b AvaTrfTTTMKw?, per. par. act. from, and ayyAXw to tell) to head, expressive of a AvairtTTTw/ifvos, per. par. pass. a denial, rejection ; a back word again ; to bring refusal, bring Avdircffai, mid. and Avrfrtrov,
respite, escape ; rest, renovation,

revival.
-<ru, p. -vtvt.vKa, (fr. Avavrfw, ava back, and VEU'W to nod) to raise up, and draiw fcacfc /: head;
f.

to refuse, deny ; decline, reject ; to respire, breathe, revive. Avaveaxnj, -toj, Att. - U y, fa (fr. avavEdu to renew) a renewal, rc-

a. impr. Avawo-av, inf. and Ava7r<rwv, -ot5<ra, -bv, par. a. act. of avamVru. Traiavi^oi, -ou, 6, fa (fr. AvaTrrraw, -dfo, -awuw, or -dvvu /a^at^Eurdrpoirof, avd intens. aira/iJEuroj untaught, f. intens. and -o-o), (fr. ava fii, and rpd-tros manner) totally uned7TTda>, &c. to spread) to open
1

an answer.

act.

jairaiavifa,

fr.

avd intens.
see.

and

which

2

ucated, quite uninformed. f. -&>, p. -Ka, (fr. same, ]o>,

wide, unfold, expand, unfurl stretch out, spread abroad.
A.va-!r((f>T)va,

;

to

and

to irai^u to play)

play upon,

p.

mid. of avaQaivw.

novation, restoration,
Avavj70a>,
f.

ava to become sober; right mind. A.vavr)$ttoi, 3 pi. 1
last.

to mock, delude, deceive. -^u>, p. -vivn^a, (fr. AvairdXiv, (fr. same, and td\tv again, and vjifra to be sober) again) on the contrary; back

arj^yvy/u (fr. ava up, and jriyyvv p i to fasten) to suspend, hang, or fix up.
a7n7<*a'u -5,
f.

to

come
of

again.

-rjffU,

p.

-Jj/ca,

(fr.

AvaffdXXw,
a. sub. act.

(fr.

avd

intens.

and

avd up, and r;^a'w to leap)
start,

to

TrdXXo)

to vibrate) to brandish,

or
;

spnng up
to

;

to

vault
;

Avavuz?, -ou,

6,

Ananias, a man's

shake, flourish ; to excite, instiact. ava^Xaj' 2 gate. 1 a.
par.
a. par. avaTraXwr, Ion.

upon

bound,
1

bounce

to

leap back.
ofiffas.
,

a. par. act.

avam?-

name.
'

and Sync.

iraiTa, ibravdVn/,n.pl. o!'

F

-ov, b, fa (fr.

ava intetK,

ANA
ftnd

ANA
mutilated,
act.
fr.
s,

ANA
(fr.

mtpbs

maimed)

-ov, 6,

fi,

maimed.
AvampTr\dvai, pres. same, and iripirXtim, which see.
\vantirru,
KU,
(fr.
f.

atro intens.
inf.

and cttKWjui to show)
;

a neg. Avairw, Dor. for Avdnov,
Trof, 6,

g.

of 'Aw

Anapus, a

improbable, unlikely unsupported.

not

river in Sicily.

proved,

-Tretrovp.qi,

same, and
to lie

p. -jriVrw- Avairodigw, (fr. avd back, and irooi* <a to n-tTrrw to fall) step) to go back, retreat ;
to

tofatt

down ;
of
to

instead

sitting,

down, recline, as now, at

walk backwards

and Avan-uby Sync, d^wns, -toj, Att. -wj, ft (fr. avd intens. and TT/VW to drink) a sinking or absorption
rty,
,

OTTWO-JS, or Avairooriy,

; to retrace, re-

tract; to examine^
rectify.

inquire into,
last)

meals ;

bend, or lean back ; to

delay, defer. Avanirvdncv, Ion.
TriTvdvai, pres.

'aKodiapbs, -ov, b,

(fr.

a

of waters ; the reflux of the sea, ebbing of the tide. Avapa<pv*wj, Att. and Avapbaipr)K&S, Ion. for avjiprjK&s, per. par.

re-

and Dor.
inf.

for

ava-

turn

;

inquiry, examination.

of avaipiu).
}

Avap6po$, -ov, b, !j (fr. a neg. and a joint) disjointed, loose, dpOpov to make up, form, prepare. frail, weak ; disabled, lame. or irtrvtw which Avdnotvos, -ov, b, /, (fr. a neg. and ifirvrfm, Tfirvdu), Avapi6p.(w -w, (fr. avd again, and diroivov to count) to reckon over ransom) unransomed, see) used for ava:rnrrw to fall, aptOfjitw without ransom, fiee, lie, or lay down. again, count up, recount, enumefor avan-oX/w -w, rate. Avan\dKrjrof, -ov, b, j, (fr. am up LvaTToXt^w, Poet,
act.

A.va-

of iriTvdpvos, pres. par. pass, AvaxtTvrini, (fr. avd intens. and

Av7roju) u5, f. ->/<roj, p. -/Kaj (fr. avd intens. and Troif'w to make)

and down, and 7rXa'w

to

wan-

(fr.

ai-d

about,

and

TroXf'w

to

vapiOfjirjTos, -ov,

b,

/,

(fr.

same)

der) wandering, roving ; pursuing, tracing, hunting ; devious,
irregular.

turn) to consider, deliberate ; to turn up, or break fresh ground ; to roll, tumble.
Avairo\6yriros, -ov, b, {], (fr. a neg. and a7roXoyfo//ai to vindicate) not to be defended, without apolo-

innumerable, numberless, countless ;

insignificant, trivial.
,

-ov, b,

17,

(fr.

a neg. ami
dinner,

Avarr\dffavTs,

1 a.

par. act. of

AvairXao-ffw, or -rrw, (fr. avd intens. and TrXao-o-w to shape) to

dinner) before ithout dinner, fasting.

icTov

Avapm?j,

-ov, b,
,

make, form

mould ;

to

; to fashion, shape, imagine, compose.

gy, inexcusable.
{vairpfiOu,
f.

-ov,

a shell-fish. b, ti, (fr. a neg. and

-<TO),

(fr.

'AvaTtXtKovrt, Dor. for avairXiKovo-i, 3 pi. pres. fr. avd intens. and
irXtica),

and
to

irprj6(i>

to

burn)

to set

avd intens. on fire,

kindle,

which

see.

AvairXeoj, -ov, b, f/, (fr. ava intens. 11 andtfXf'oj full) quite fu filled,
.

burn; to scorch, blast; burning tears, weep Also for avcnr\fi6b>, violently.
shed
fill, fill

w to adapt) unfit, unsuitaimproper ; untuned, unharmonized. f. -daw, (fr. avd up, and
e,
,

to seize) to snatch up, or

to

up, swell, expand.

1 a.

away
o-aj.

;

to seize,
1 a.

stuffed, crowded.

AvairXevcrcaOai, 1 f. mid. of AvajrXf'o) -w, f. -evffu, (fr. avd back, and irXfw to sail) to set sail away,

par. act. avairpf/aa$ or Avaitoio), (fr. same, Ava7rpt'w, and Trpiw to saw) to cut asunder,
to.

plunder.

carry off", rob, par. act. avapjra(fr. off,

cut off;

to

gnash, or grina

Ava'pTraoro?, -ov, b, ft, ried off, hurried

last) car

snatched
;

or back, sail home. the teeth. AvairXe'u)?, -w, 6, ft, Ion. and Alt. Avdnra/iat,
for avdir\cof.

away
and Avanraffflai, see
?

;

cut

off,

intercepted

seized, plundered. appdTTTb),
f.

in avtiTTTi[ii.

Avair\rjQ>jffovTai,

3

pi.

1

f.

ind.

vaimpdw -w
irrepbv

pass, of
AvaTT\jd(i>,
fr.

ava up, and rX^Ow,

which

AvarX^powrai, 3
ind. pass, of

see. 1 a. inf. avarXjJo-at. sin. cont. pres.
f.

and pd-KTw (fr. avd up, and a wing) to give wings, stitch up ; to mend, repair, refit. to give spirits, ani; par. per. pass. avcppaufvo$. encourage ; Avdppijfia, -arc?, TO, (fr. avd up, exhilarate, mate, have and ptu to speak) a proclama-ovpat, to AvairTCp6op.at tion by a crier, publication, prowings, or be winged ; to take wing

-i^w, (fr. avd again, to sew) to sew, or

make fly

Avait\tip6b) -w,

-cio-u, p.

-w/ca

(fr.

same, and

ir\r)p6ta

to

fill)

to Jill

va7TT/)vy/cw,

to fluctuate, doubt. fly, flutter ; (fr. same, and KTE*

up, supply, complete complish. Att. -<o?, AvairX^pwrtf, -to?,

; fulfil,

ac-

f/,

(fr.

va-nTrjvai,

puf wings, soar. 2 a.

a

wing)

to

wing,

rise

on

mulgation, or -prjyvvm, f. -w, (fr. , avd up out, and pt/yvvfti to break)
to

inf. act.

of avti

tear, rip up, open violently, burst asunder ; to break out, up

same)

completion, fulfilment, ac-

vairTOfopai -otytat,

(fr.

avd intens.
to be

or forth

;

to

break
1 a.

off.

1

f.

inf.

complishment.

and
ed,

Trrottd to

amaze)

amazto

avap'pfi&iv.
pt'l^a'

act.

ind.

avep-

AvawXooj cont. avdVXouf, -oov -ou, 6, (fr. ava back, and irXdo? a voyage) o voyage, sailing back, or home.
AvaTrXiivw,
f.

-uvu,

(fr.

ava again,

and fl-Xvvw to wash) to wash out, wash clean, or thoroughly. AvajrXwe/v, pres. inf. fr. ava back, and TrXtiu, which see. Avdirvevfia, -aYo j, TO, and AvdxvtvAtt. -wj, % (fr. avd ffi$. -joj, again, and irviu to breathe)
breathing, respiration,
breath, rest, refreshment.
Avd-rrvcvffros, -ov,
b,fi, (fr.

2 f. inf. pass. inf. earnestly. covet, avapfr/l-ai. , vanroieonai, Poet, for last. pper. avappayrjaeadati avd intens. and pass. av7rrot>7/*J7V, ->7<ro, -TITO Avappnrl^ta, (fr. va7rTt5(T(rw, f. -|w,p. avfVrv^a, (fr. pnrlfa to ventilate) to kindle, to blow into aflame; to inflame, avd back, and 7rrvcr<rw to fold) to excite desire. unfold, unrol, open, spread out. vaKrv%Ti, -rj$, $, (fr. last) anopen- AvappiTTTtw, or avappiirrb), f.
-yo),

astonished, desire

confounded;

opt. JEol. avapbt/^eia, -ay,

-

ing, unfolding, disclosing ; avairthe rays of the sun.
,

f.

-i^/w, p. dvT)<j>a,

(fr.

avd

p. avfppiipa, (fr. avd up, and pl~T<J) to throw) to throw, cast, fling upwards ; to dart,

intens.

and OTTTW

drawing
aneg. and

kindle, light, set
secrate, dedicate.

to touch) to on fire ; to fix,

appoififfbi -Si, f. ->7(rw, (fr. avd intens. and potfa a crash) to

fasten, hang, or set

up ; to conAvdirropai, to
on
a.

ingulph, engorge; swallow with noise,
absorb,

to

same) not breathing,
Avaitvtd)
-u>,
f.

breathless.

catch, cling to ; to be tied about,
girt, dressed ; to dress, put clothes ; to cover, lay on. 1

-evctt),

and AVOTT-

appuyias, mid. of

for

av/)aywy,

par. p.

ftt'w, (fr.

ava again, and same)

to breathe, respire ; to take breath,
rest, recover, revive.

AvaTrvor),

-r/s,

'/,

(fr.

last)

respira-

tion, breathing,

taking breath.

Avairvtfo), or 1 a' pass,

-ifyti,

same as avairviw.
Poet, anc

avrj-rrvvvdriv,

Ion. apirvvvdrjv.

Avappu>vw}jn, (fr. avd again, and act. dvr/i^a. pres. par. pass. pwvvvfii to strengthen) to recover\ grow strong; to become resoavatrr^Evoj, g. Ion vojo. 1 a. pass. lute, determine; to corroborate, Avairvoro?, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same, and strengthen. n. pi. par. 1 a. nvvddvonai or irevdonai to hear) Cf, published, proclaimed ; heard, pass, of last. known. -ov, b, ^, (fr. a neg. and , (42)

avappr'jffffd).

ANA
4pu>

ANA

ANA
9ai, pres. ind. pass.

to agree) implacable, intxo- Avdaaci, 3 sin. pres. ind. of avdaooi. rable; contrary, unsuitable, un- Avaectiaaoa, Poet, for avaatiaaaa, 1 a. par. fern, of avact'ua. pleating, unfit.

Avaarpc(p6uevos, pres. pass, of

-n,

-ov,

par,

spend or pass time ; to turn over, revolve, run over, or impr. act. of avfanjyu) through. 2 a act. aviorpafyov' up ! rise, get up. mult, riot, disturbance. with- AvaaTadbv, (fr. aviffrrjpi to stand pass, avwrodtynv, per. ind. mid. 'Avapxps,-ov, b, fi, (fr. same) on thefeet, upright, standing. rule / tumultuous, riotous; avtarpo<pa' pass, avtorpafifiai. up) without a beginning, from all Avacra\utvo$, Ion. for avcardX^l- Avatrrpo^dw -d, (fr. last) to turn, rolljwind, move round, pres. inf. eternity. vos, par. per. pass, of avacrfAAu). act. avao -av. crpotydtiv Ava<r(pdw, (fr. avd back, and e-n- AvaoraAi'^o), same as avaoTvdw. a pd a chain ) to drag with a chain. Avaards, -aaa, -dv, par. 2 a. act. Avacrrpod.^ , -3ft *, (&. same) turning back, return; an overA.vao-('w, f. -o-w, p. -Ka, (fr. ava up, ofavlantfu. and caw to shake) to excite, stir Avdardats, -tos, Alt. -etas, >;, (fr. throw, reverse, alteration, change ; a course, revolution ; state of beto to stand a standing up,
in ;
to

up, and oprdw, Avaaziuev, Ion. for avdavtiv, pres. inf. which see. A.vdaat, pres. impr. and 'Aiaccov, Ion. for jjvacrcov, imp. -or, 6,)}. (fr. a neg. A.vdprt'To>, ind. of aprvu to pickle) not seasoned, a king) Avdffo-eo, f. -fu, (fr. 'vo unsavoury, tasteless. to reign, rule, govern. -as, Ion. -%iri, -is, ;/, (fr. same, and apx'i government) Avdo-ra, (2 sin. cont. impr. act. of wan,t of government, or magisavaordu, obs. and used for ovac--

Avaprdu),

fr.

ava.

back, andc-rpi^u) to turn)
back, return; vert, destroy
to
;

to

turn turn

overturn, subto

invert, torture,

upside

down
to

;

to

rack.

Mid.
sociate

with

be v;ith, live with, asto be conversant ;

trates ; anarchy, confusion ; tu-

rridi,

2

a.

hand

rouse, promote; move, affect; to shake, or wave the to or throw off; to ; shake,

up)

shake out, try, examine. Avafftffvpptvos, (par. per. pass, of

up, rising, resurrection; an incommotion, tumult, surrection, uprising; an expulsion, a driving out ; overthrow, devastation.

ing

;

conduct, behaviour,
life.

man-

ner of

va/TTutN,

3

pi.

2

a.

sub. act. of

avd up, and <ripu> to avao-upw) drawn, or tucked up ; Avdcraros, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same) Ava<n5pw, (fr. draw) to raise, draw back, unindecent, obscene. uprooted, expelled, turned out; cover ; to expose indecently. Avaovca'-Tw, fr. avd up, and oKd-rw, overturned, ruined, wasted, dewhich see. Ava<n5u>, or -crvco, (fr. same, and stroyed. o-vw or o-uw to rush) to rush f. Avaararoa) -w, f. -WCTU, p. avtard-do-w, p. -OKO, (fr. avd back, and aiccvdfo to preforth dart, spring upon. TMtca, (fr. last) to subvtrt, over-\w, f. -dAw, (fr. ava up, pare) to repair, renew, restore ; throw, destroy ; to unsettle, dis-

to

gather, pillage ; turb, excite, promote collect, overthrow, subvert, destroy, de- Avaaravpi?w, and Avacroiipdu) -w, f. molish, ruin ; to break through, -waw, p. -w*ca, (fr. avd upon, and aravobs a stake) to crucify ; violate, infringe ; to abolish, anto nul; to take, or put away, recrucify ovtr again.
\
j

to

sedition,

and er^dAAw
as from a

to trip) to recover,

'

me,

slip, or from illness, become better ; to flourish

\

again t be restored to former prosperity.

weaken, dis-^Avaaravpovvras, a. pi. cont. par Avaff^ijAaj, inf. of avtV^Aa, 1 a. ind. act. of last. prove; AvaaKtvd^ofiai, topackup, pres. act. of avaaravpuui. 01 bind on, harness, yoke ; to change 'Avaare, by Sync, for avdararc, 2 a, (fr. same, andc^dw to cut) to beat, drive, or pi. of dvaora, -a'rw, for GrdcrnUi, quarters, remove, depart. 2 a. impr. act. of avicrnut. thrust back ; to repel, turn away s to AvaffKcvaffrtos, -ov, b, ij, (fr. last) be overthrown, &c. See the verb. AraaretXas, -aea a. par ai'affx.dopui, to retire, withdraw. for act. of S, ->), -or, (fr. same) av/vw, o;* Avacr%t8t>, Poet,

move;

to

refute,

i

ruinous,
AvaaKtvri,
ruin,

destructive, pernicious.
-f;s,
//,

AvaoTf'AAw,
(fr. avrz

(fr.

same)

repair,

restoration,

renewal ; destruction, overthrow; contrarliction,
-^crw, p. avccKioto up, and
f.

f. -A<3, p. aviaraXKa, up, and ort'AAw to send) to send off", dismiss, discharge; to repulse ; to dress, put, or draw

Ion.

for

avdc^ou, 2

a.

impr. mid.
opt.

Avac-^ofyu/v, 2 a.

mid
mid.

disproof, conviction.

on;
cKiprdw
to

to restrain,

hinder, check;
<

2

a.

Avao%<5//vof, par. Arao-^wv, par. 2 a.
\

AvaffKiprdd) -d,
T^JCO, (fr. aid skip) to frisk,

to contract, draw in; AvacrfAAo/iai, to withdraw, retire ; to dis-

act. of avf'yw.

Avao^-roj, 'X."">1
me,

gambol;
;.-.-'

play'-I CK-J-

scjnble, disguise, feign,

'/5 ""i -rj, -bv, (fr. to be borne.

same)

tole-

wantonly
.

;

to kick,

lvaoA-oAo-t'(u), (fr.
'

avu up, and
empale.
(fr.

stake)
-a,
f.

to

and Avao-Tfvw, (fr. ava intens. and to groan) to groan lieacrevdfa

-a<dw,

f.

-a>,

p.

-A.VZ,

o-^i'^a), (fr.
o)

ava intens. and

o-^t-

to split) to cleave, rend,
split.

np

p,
to

-0,
(I

vily, sigh dcrply, sob, gasp, pant.

w,
store ;

(fr.

ava intens. and au>j>
cause,

tens,

and

cKo-niut to

consider)

think

maturely,

Avaoreva^/^u, or Avaorovn^t^w, and Avdcrtvuvd), Poet, same as

save)
to

to

preserve, deliver, reor enable io

last. rnusr, rrfl^-t upon. escape ; to realize, establish ; Mid. to recover again, escape, Avac-o;3ao '-w, (fr. aid bar' Avdffrnua, -aros, TO, (fr. aviarnut to stand up) erection, elevation ; (ro/3fuj to drive away) to Uirowl save one's self. buck; to scare, frighten height, eminence ; substance ; a AvaraJ-fcdai, 1 f. inf. mid. of ava castle. rdccti). Ara'TT'io-ro;, -ov, o, ;'/, (fr. next) fort, 1 up, brought back, with- A vdffrni; Ion. for aviarnv, 2 a. ind. Avarapdo-c-to, or -TTO>, f. -fu>, (fr drawn ; t;r act. impr. avaarfidi, -TU. 2 pi. same, and rapdcfca> to disturb) -w, f. -dew, p. ai/to trouble, disorder, distract, emaracrTiTC.' sub. avacroi, -ijs, -rj' broil ; to confound, confuse ; to inf. ai aoT)jj'<zt' of ai'iffrnui. (fr. a: a up, and a-^dw to draw),
''fate,
1
:

r

to
to

draw up,
root
to

back, or out,

r
,

up,

down ;
'Avavffa,

overthrow, tear, or rip up
?';,

throw*
;

,

-as, -, JEol. for ava-tus, -at, 1 a. opt. act.

excite or

raise commotion,

par.

to

be

of same.

per. pass, avarsrapa-yfifvos. A.va~dffff<j), or -rrw, f. -w, p.

tedious, prolong, protract.
(fr. dva^ a king) a (tr. avu again, and grfariirsiov a larly. camp) to remove a camp,change Dor. for av/iaffnros -ov Avdffffaroj, quarters, return. b. >/, (fr. a ng. and tiaadopaj. to Ai'crpd6>/7, impr. and -d>rjrc, sub. be inferior) invincible. 2 a.' pass, and
-77?,

-%a, and rdcau> to (fr. same, range) to set in order; to comarrange,
settle.

queen, mistress,

pose, dispose, adjust,

1 a.

mid. arraa'/w/v.
-'), -dv, (fr. next) extended, stretched out; extensive,

%,

(43)

ANA
wide
;

ANA
shooting,
or

ANA

towering,

ANA
AVUY^O);,
-T}S,
/,

(fr.

ava^/w

to pourj

out) a pouring out, overflowing, inundation; a passage, course;

ANE
Av/3j8aaav, 3
pi. 1 a. ind.

ANE
of ava-

ANE

AXE
cause of anger, faultless, worthy, good. -o>, (fr. avd again, and E^i/ai Avffiiu to vomit) to vomit up again,
enviable;

ANE
no
viyicaro-.

ANE
}

giving

disgorge.

mid. avtvfy- Aviirwa, -as -c, 1 a. and Av/rfff,.*, -ts, -,2 a. ind. act. of avairirru. K0>vof. par. 1 a. mid. and avs-l f, par. 1 a. pass, of ava-< Av7r??^o-a,-as, -, 1 a. act. ofavamedia. r, 1 a. act. mid. ofavai'Evw. Avi-npeaaTov (neut. of next) safesin. I a.
,
j

3

j

AituiaTof, AvffjLicio;, Av//*cof, -ov,
6,
f,,

'>j7vo;jwf, -via, -df , Alt. for av??-

i

ly, securely,

without railing, or
-ov, 6, to
(fr.

(fr.

uvE/io?

airy

;

light,

Aviit^6ftvos, pass, of
AvEfjii^u),
i.

-[via, p.

vo^wf, par. per. mid. of ava0/pu>. (fr. a neg trifling, vain, silly. Avv6-x\nros, -ov, b, and i'o^A/o> to disturb) undispres. -n, -ov, par. turbed ; peaceful, quiet, calm. nvfpiKa (fr. dvc- Avlvrts, n. pi. of aviif, par. 2 a

wind) windy,

I

abuse.
f,,

,

a neg.
irre-

arid

injure)
;

proachable, harmless cure from affront.

safe,

se-

//of wind) to toss, shake, agitate, by the wind; to expose to the

Av~i/3ouAvro'f, -ov,

b,

r/,

(fr.

same,

AvE^dAfi-rof, -ov,

weather

; to float

in the air.

and E^aAE^w

to

6, fj, (fr. a neg. wipe out) not to

and frn^ovAfi'w to plot) not to be surprised, secure, safe; candid,
ingenuous.

Avfpipvt, 3 sin. imp. of Avpvf}a(hi, 3 sin. 1 a.

be effaced, or annulled, indelible.
pass.

avapvdu.

a neg, of\Avt-f\yKros, -ov, b, r,, (fr. and E^A/y^-w to convince) not to
be convinced, or disproved, indisputable; untried, not examined, unascertained; blameless.

Ai- '}'paciof,
(

-ov,

6,

f,,

(fr.

same,

the Avfj.6eis, -toco, -tv, (fr. di'pos wind) windy, stormy, tempestu-

ous; airy, exposed winds.

to the air, or

ypd<pu to write) untitled, witlwut 'inscription, nameless, obscure. unconiicttd, Avi-iKa\v-r<j>s, (fr. same, and ErtKaAvTTTw to cover) without con-iypa<[>>i
title, th.

and

a

'Avqios, -ov, b,wind; breath; life; Av^cpvvriros, -ov, b, /, (fr. a neg. mind. g. Ion. avtpoio' d. pi. aviand %pvvdu to search) unAvE/lOffK/TTJ;?,

cealment, openly, avowedly, publicly.

irt insearchable, inscrutable, past find- Ai'~tKa)Avra)f, (fr. same, tens. and uAvw to hinder) with-EOf -OVf, 0, ^, (fr. ing out. out hindrance, freely. dvffios wind, and o-*fVoj to cover) AvE^/racrof, -ov, 6, fj, (fr. a neg. and ^rd^w to examine) untried, AvrtA>7<r.'Of, -on, 6, ;/, (fr. same, protecting from the storm, sheland iriAa^/?a'vw to check) unnot examined. warm. unheard, tering,

blameablc, blameless, irreprehen6, //, (fr. same, AvflETa'crwf, (fr. last) without trial. a rumbling noise) A.v%tKaKia, -f, rj, (fr. av/^w to ensible, irreproachable. with and KUKOS evil) mildness, AvfKtfjiiKTos, -ov, b, f], (fr. same, roaring,' rattling, whistling dure, the wind. ETTJ in, and gentleness ; endurance, forbear[iiywut to mix) seance ; patience, fortitude. cluded, retired, lonely, solitary; Av/iorpa0;)f, and Av^orpEd/jf, -/of
Avtyioo-^dpayof, -ov,

and

c-<f>doayos

-oBf, o,

i/,

(fr.

same, and rp/dwto AvE^/KaKOf, -ov,
strengthened,
or

6,

f),

(fr.

same) pa(fr.

unsocial, implacable.

rear)

reared,

tient, forbearing,

nursed by the wind, hardy.
At>ft6rpoirof, -ov, b, >/, (fr. same, and rp/;ru> to turn) exposed to the

Av^i^v(c'rof, -ov,

wind, weatherbeaten with tiie wind, fickle.

;

changing

Avcftotpdopia -af, >/. (fr. same, and 00f'pw to spoil) grain. &c. blighted by the wind ; blight, blast.

Ar-v6rjros,-ov, 6,/, (fr. same, and nvofu) to consider) inconsidero neg. and E^i^iirt^u) to trace, th. t^vo? ate, thoughtless, rash, hasty. a track) no< fo be traced, or rfis- AvE^i^ECTOf, -ou, 6, jj, (fr. same, TTI on, and /w to polish) unpocovered, intricate, inscrutable. -ou, 6, (fr. a neg. and lished, rough, unfinished. / ^o^of a passage) impervious, im- Av-/opK-of, -ou, o, f/, (fr. same,

meek.
6,
f/,

,-,

,',,

passable; irremeable, having no return ; confined, not let loose,
or at liberty.
1
f.

c-l on,

and p/w

to do sacrifice)

same) Avt^OfMt, -/, -ra<,3pl. -ovrai, AVEUOU -u (fr. saaae) ind. mid. of expose to av/^w. the wind; to air ventilate; to Avtovrai, Ion. for avcivrai, 3 fan, winnow ; to blow ; to shake, per. mid. ofaiir/ui.
Av|/<500opof, -ov, o, ;, (fr. blighted, blasted, tainted.
i*tf

ed, or sacrificed ;
ed.
pi.

unfinished, imperfect; not offernot duly solemnized ; not purified, or cleansf>, (fr. same, knowing) ignoawk-

Av-iffTriu(i>v, -ovof, 6,

and

ETrtcTf/^tov

or fill with the wind.
Avffjnr6Si(rrof, -ov, 6,
f),

Av~ala8riTog, -ov,
(fr.

b,

i],

(fr.

a neg.

rant, unskilful; illiterate;

a neg.

and irar0avo//ai
ing,

and

inrooi?(i)

dered, free.

to hinder) unhinunrestrained, at liberty,

to feel) unfeelinsensible, stupid; unperceived, unobserved ; not to be ob-

ward.
Avr(OT|3/$w,
f.

-^'U, p.

-0a,

(fr.

served, imperceptible.
(fr. last)

same, and Ertorp/^u to turn to) to turn away, or from, avert.
(fr.

Ai'tpt-ooicTug
Avp<!>5T)S,

without hin- Ai'~atc"T(vvTos, -ov,

b,

ij,

(fr.

a neg. Av-icTp6(p<as

last)

aversely,

drance, freely.

and
>/,

Es-ato-^vvo/iaj to blush)
;

-0f

-ovf, 6,

(fr.

oVtyiof

blushing, shameless

that has

unno

heedlessly,

without

regard,

or

wind)
with, or

windy,

waving

airy ; swelling in the wind.
>;,

cause
less.

to

blush, innocent, blamefor

respect, without return. Av:riT);(!Of, Ion. for OVE

-ov,b,{,, (fr. a neg. and,
j

Av//(j(cj;f,-of -ovf, 6,

(fr.

same, AvErruA/zj of Poet,
,

and am<f

swift) swift as the wind,

wind-fleet, storm-winged.

AvE^oiAjof, -ou,

6,

r,,

(fr.

same)

fit) unfit, improper, unsuitable. av0aAA<fy/Av/raA- Av~('60ovof, -ov, 6, 17, (fr. same, vof, par. pres. pass. and ETrtoflovof envious) devoid of and Dor. for av<f>rjTO, by Sync, envy, candid, generous; unenAOTO,' S'sin. 1 a. ind. mid. of

airy, light, trifling, silly, wortliAv0d\Ao//fl. less; false, ineffectual, vain. Ai'rai'(5c0(i)TOf, -ov,
AvE/Jwi'T?, -TIS,
TJ,

viable.
6,
fj,

(fr.

same) Ane>5,

mone, a flower.
AvEvfojjf, -/of -o5f,
b,

a AvETT/dpacrof, -ov, b, )/, (fr. same, and ttifypdfyfiai to consider) unneg. and Ejravopfldw to correct) expected, unthought of, unforepast mending, incorrigible, de(fr.
;

(fr.

o neg.

praved

to

which nothing can be

seen.

and

v<5/jf
;

worthy

deficient) deserving, added, perfect, complete. AvETrAiJpuo-at/, capable, sufficient. Aviiraveav, 3 pi. 1 a. ind. act. of

3

pi.

I a. ind. act.

of

Dor. for avirra'//>?v, 2 ovaruvw. Avfvoficros, -ov, b, fj, (fr. a neg. and AvcTrrdftav, a. mid. of AvjVra/iai. vd(%rai it is possible) impossi- Avra^9dif, (fr. a neg. and Erra^;of avairroioble, not to be allowed, or permitted. 0>/f grievous) easily, agreeably, icirr&riiiai, per. pass, freely, without grudge, or envy.

AvnfyKuv
for

see

Av/TTEto-a, -af,

-,

1 a. act.

of ava- AvcnTotr,To of avafiai
,

3

sin.

AvcvtKac AVCVCIKO.TO'

AVVtKapand Poet,
Av/TTEjr^a, -af,

fiai,

pper. pass, of Poet, for avavrolointens.

AvVEr0/f

'

Ion.

-,

1 a. act.

avcvfyKnc, par. 1 a. act. avt-

(fr. av<',

and IKW to

(47)

ANE
to

ANE
of,
).

ANH
-Or, for aveve%6e,ls,
fr.

proclaim, publish, com- AvfffTios, -ou, b, i/, (fr. a neg. and say) faria a hearth) without a home, a mand, either as an injunction, 'Wanderer ; one who shuns home, or prohibition ; to prohibit, forbid. I a. av?7ra. 2 a. avoVov. 3 solitary.
sin.

uv,

Dor.

for

opt. mid.

Avt^o'tr', for

ardiT. Poet, avtinatre.
for

Avcffrpdfr/v,
vlcrvtTo,

-rjg, -f],

2 a. ind. pass.
a.

^otro, 3 sin. pres. opt. mid.

Avip',

avtpn,
-<-'i',

by Sync. av<W,
3
sin.

IVf^W.

a. sin.

of m-tjp.
6,
rj,

o?Avcr%6piv, 2

Avlpaaros,

a neg. and epdd) to love) unamiable, disagreeable, unpleasing, offensive, unkind, unhateful, odious ;
(fr. ;

vraw,
to

(of ava intens. andErrf^w examine) to inquire, search

avt^di, p. ayecx/iKa, (fr. to hold) to &oW wp, /(/i:, jva'se, ea?a^ ; to esteem ; to hold on, to persist; hinder,

j), f.

ava up, and t^w

out; to question, examine, extort

check,

stop

;

to

cease, rest,

rt-

friendly

not

inclined to love,.
to
to

by

torture.
-as,
-o, 1

lax ;
a. ind. act.

AvEp0(w, (fr. 0/w or pf'0u>
voke,
stir,

ava intens. and
provoke)

p- AvTi\a,
pro-

of

avarfXX
AvsnOlfitijv, -co, -iro,

up, emerge ; to uphold, support, maintain ; to prop, bear up; to bear, suffer; to attract,

to rise

irritate.
(fr.

imp. pass, of
(fr.

draw

to,

induce, par. pres.
a. act.

AvtpEtVu),

and AvEpstVru),

same,

avariOrjfj.1.

act.
b,
fj,

avf^wv. 2

avfa%ov'

to ruin) to lay waste, p/Tu> to steal, gather; ruin, despoil; to tear, rend, pull in pieces ; to
destroy.

and

VETOS, -ou,

avitj/nL

to
re-

loose) loosened; miss, negligent.

loose,

lax,

avao-^wv. pres. pass. ind. avf^OjiaC opt. avi%oifni, -oio, -OITO. imp. pass, avft^d/i^v, and
par.

a. 2 a. pass. f. mid. -;?, civil-opai' 2 r/vij^6fjiTiv. mid. avffy6/JLr;v. Att. nvEffj^d^riv. 1 a. ind. -TJS, -n, of avarpmo. or -EV before a pass, Av^wpr/<ra, -as, -, ' vowel, 1 a. act. of ava^wpew. Avfps, Ion. for av<5ps, n. pi. of AVEU, without. 'Avvdw,far off", far a from. , (fern, of next) avrip. Avtt^ta, -as, niece, cousin. AvEp/jaTtoTos, -ov, b, /;, (ir. a neg. AvEua^w, (fr. v intens. and vdfa nnd i'puari^w to steady, th. pua to shout) to s/iouZ ii/ce bacchanals, AviLibs, -ov, b, properly a nepliew. Also a cousin in any way. Hast) unsteady, unfirin, loose, rave, celebrate orgies.

Averpd-r/v, -?s,
AvTpi<f>9r)v,

Avfpu^dfjisvos, mid. of last.

-rj,

-ov,

par.

1

a.

tiiiiber,

pliant.
(fr.

AvEu0ros,
to

-ov, 6,

)/,

(fr.

a neg. and Avfi^v^Oev, for ava\^v^9naav, 3

pi.

!u,
'

%

ava up, and fprvu> or
creep

to creep)
a.

up,

back.

1 a. pass, of avad/vvb). Eufcros well arranged) ill adapted, unfit, inconvenient, unsuit- 'AVEW, (n. pi. of dveus) silently, able. mutely, without speech or noise.

Avppdyr)v, 2

pass, of avapp/- Aft50wvos, -ov,
cvGiis

6,

>/,

(fr.

Avpa/*jVos, par. per. pass, ofavappdlfTW.

or par. per. mid Av(f>y//fvos, par. per. pass. Avi^a, -as, -E, or not subject to fivoi^a, 1 a. ind. act. of avo/yw. Avv0uvws, (fr. last) Avlppwya per. mid. of avapp/yvu//t. rule, or control, unaccountable, Avluvrai, for av?vra<, 3 pi. per. ind. pass, or for and with impunity. av&vrai, 3 pi. AvEpuw, f. -vvdi, (fr. ant up, 2 a. sub. mid. of aviniii. to draw) to haul up, draw Avevpuv, inf. of epvia avaipov, 2 a. oi ashore ; to tuck, or tie up ; to 'AVEWS -co, 6, fi, (Att. for dvavos or

not

straight) not level ;

uneven,

same, and Avfdpya, -as, -, per. ind. mid. rough, Avu>yws,-uTa, -os, a. sin. -y6ra,

accountable,

responsible.

-as, -, Att. for a^fpprjya,

steal; to withdraw, remove. ind. act.

1 a.

AvcvpTos, -ov,

6, #, (fr.

a neg. and

avdpvoa.
f.

to find) not t>po> obs. or EvptcrKd)
->'/\v-

Avfpxopai, da, (fr. ava up, and fp^o^ai to AvvplffK(i), f. -up*7rw, p. -t5pn/ca, (fr. a or ava intens. and {/pnca> go) to go up ; to return, come to find) to discover by diligen back ; to enter, go in ; to succeed, invent ; to seek, find out ; to find, follow ; to go over, repeat. 2 a. meet with. ind. act. avijXQov. Ion. avepwrfu) -&, fr. ava Ava/pov, -ES, -E, ind. AvEupav,

av\vffOjjLai, p.

found, undiscoverable.

fr. a neg. and cry) silent, mute, dumb. a, per. act. Att.

avav^os,

auw
.

to

pai, per. pass.
-rj,

Av^^Qnv,

3

pi.

Avu>%drivai,

-nvav, 1 a. ind. pass. 1 a. inf. pass.
< i

Avtq'xQc.v, Sync, for 3 pi. 1 a. ind. pass, of
'Avrj, -rj$,
f],

or avuw to AvEpuraw, inf. intens. and spwraw, which see. finish) perfectness, perfection, Avvpo"vrs, n. pi. par. 2 a. of last. of ov%u. the act. completeness ; perfecting, 'AVES, 2 a. impr. act. Avtcraiui, 1 a. opt. of Avf'u. completion, finishing, conclusion. Avu$??/xfw, (fr. ava intens. and evto praise) to celebrate, ex- Avn(3db) -w, f. -)7(rw, (fr. ava again, 3 pi. of avrjv, 2 a. act. of (prj^iu) 'AvEo-a'v, and r'i(3r) youth) to grow young tol, praise highly; to lament or avtrjfii. bewail avoiding unlucky words. again ; to grow up, arrive at Avfo-EJffav, 3 pi. 1 a. ind. act. of avaera'w Av* puberty, pres. inf. act. avyfiqiv. Av0atvov, -ES, -, imp. act. 'Av?7/?os, -ov, b, fi, (fr. ava intens. 'AvEffis, -10?, Att. -EWSi rj, (fr. avtij(I>atv6p.rjv, -ov, -ETO, imp. pass and r]{3ri youth) very young ; a 1 a. act. to remit) remission, loosening, fii Avt<f>r)va,Av<f>yvd(fr.

avu>

.

1 a. mid. of /.t>?v, boy, stripling, lad. Avc^aXXo^ai, f. -aXoi5/xat, (fr. ava Avfjyayov, 2 a. ind. impr. ovayayE* inf. and aXXo/t upwards, xl upon, remissness, negligence ; release, avayayEiv. Att. for avfjyov to leap) to spring back, to leap up, dismissal. avay* &c. of avayu. rear.par. pres. mid. av^aXX<5^- Av//yytXa, -as, -, 1 a. act. 3 pi. Av<rirdcdr)v, -rjs, -n, 1 a. ind. act. vos. Poet. avEiraX/iEi'OS' 1 a. ind. avr'iyyu\av. Av^yyEXo^, 2 a. for avaaia'tfro, pper. pass. act mid. av0^Xa/xi?v, by Sync, and Aviaavro, Av>;yyAjjv, -r;s, -7> pass. of avaffEVw, or -ffvco. of avayyfXXw. Dor. avTtd\iJ.rjV, -aXw, -a.X Avfora, Dor. for aviarr), 3 sin. 2 Av(j)p6fnrjv, -ov, -TO, imp. ind. Avriytofiat, (fr. ava intens. and

looseness, relaxation ; indulgence,
recreation, refreshment, ease, rest ;

a

a.

act

Avf'orav, JEo\. Sync.

for avtcrnaav,
01,

3

pi.

2

a. ind. act.

-a?, -E, 1 a. act. -ov, -CTO, imp.
pi. pres. ind.

of avamid.
of

to lead) to '"

tell,

relate, re-

count, recite, pres.

inf.

mid. avw-

AvffTatri, Ion. for avtarfiKa-

yro-0au
v,

3

pi.

rtwsj

AVE<Tper. ind. act. Ion. for avsarnKus, par.

Av^^wsi

(fr-

a neg. and

rfivs

sweet)

per. act. of avf<m;/H. AviaTijv, -ris, -rj, 3 pi. -naav,
iftd.

2

or impr
pi.

disagreeably, harshly. Avfcaav, Att. for avj/Eterav,

3

pi.

2

a.

Avearrjffa, -as, -E, or -tv before a vowel, 1 a. ind. act.

act.

of same.

pper. mid. of avijt. act. Av^6jjivos, n, -ov, Av/?>7, Poet, foravp, 2 a. sub. of aw'?7/u. Or, Att. for av/?j, 3 par. pres. mid. of avr^w. 1 a. sin. pper. of avsijut, to return. veyfcfr, -7<ra, -fv, par. pass.

mid.

Av%(5/i0a,

1

pres.

ind. mid.

(48)

ANH
,

AN
,

AN
or -tv before a
1

-ov, rd, the herb aniae, or
1 a. ind.

-a?, -E,

dill.

vowel, and Ion. avtvtiKa,
Ion. for dviov,
1

a.

a ,-ov,r&, (fr. a'v0oy flower) the herb gith, or nigella ; an or-

Av//ifa,
Avjyio*-,

act of avdicau. 2 a. ofdvctfii.

act.

AnjKOfiriv,

a. ind.

3

sin. 1 a.

mid. Aviyia, act. of ar/rj/u.
fr.

3 pi. avT)vf-y%6r]<rai', 077V, 1 a. ind. pass,
vfjvTjpai, -eat, -rat,

for Av77v^0/?ffav, Ion. of A.VTivfy%-

nament. >0j?, -tSo$,
er
;

f;,

(fr.

same) a flow*

of avacifpw.

the herb chamomile.

AV/JKEI, (impers.
fit)
i*

av/J/cu
it

to be-,

avaivonai.

appertains,

is fit, it be-

Av?'o0a, -a?,

-E,

by Epenth.

and 'Av0f*o$, per. pass. of| Av0E/idi?, -ff<ra, -EV, -ov, 6, /, (fr. same) flowery, and blooming, bright, luxuriant.
Av0//ov,
'Oft-opai,

comes, it is convenient, right, just. AvtjKn, 3 sin. before a vowel, imp. of last. Av^Krrof, -w, 6, ^, (fr. a neg.

Att. redupl. for ?7v0a, per. mid. of

-ov,

rd,

(fr.

same) a
f.

and

tucfoitai

past remedy,
solable.

to cure) incurable, irremediable ; incon-

or AvT/vvrof, -ov, b, ft, , (fr. a neg. and avvco to finish) be unfinished, imperfect; not

-T),

-trai, I

mid.

A.vdfi-<i>nat, 1 a.

sub. mid. of av-

AvjywffTW?, (fr. last) incurably. the throat. AVJ/KOVTO, Av/7vwp, -ooo?, 6, ^, (fr. a neg. and Avjfcox, neut. sin. a man) unmanly ; slothful, Av0/pft:o?, -ov, 6, the star-flower, or neut. pi. of avfiKuv. avr)p asphodel. ind. act. of avalazy, inactive; dull, heavy, stupid. JivrjKdvTi^e, imp.

finished; unceasing, intermina- Av0Epwv, -wvo?, 6, (fr. av0fw to ble ; blossom) the chin ; the part beinsurmountable, impractineath the lower jaws in beasts ; cable.

AV///COOJ, -ov, 6,

same as a0)Jp. A.v8epil-, -IKO?, 6, Avr/n-rat, 3 sinrf per. pass, ofavd Av0o-av, Poet, for avtBccrav, 3 pi. a neg. and rofiai. 2 a. act. of nvaridri^t. for a atcovw to hear) maitentive, negli'j?p, avcpbs, Sync, dvEpo?, b, 'Avdeoi, d. pi. of di>Qo$. man, husband. gent ; disobedient ; silent, speechunlearn- LvrjpiQrjv, -77?, -77, 1 a. ind. pass, of Av0foT7ca, -a?, -E, per. ind. act. less ; ignorant, simple, Av0o-rT7K<5rs-, n. pi. of A.v8e<m)ed, inexperienced; unheard of, avatptd). KW?, -v?a, -d?, par. per. act. of , 3 pi. 1 a. mid. of avunknown, of no celebrity.
mvrl^ta.
f,,

(fr.

<

Avj/rouoTfu -S>, f. -i}ffu, (fr. next) not to attend; to neglect, slight,
disregard, disobey.
AviyxouffTos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and aKovo> to hear) not heard,

Avr/p77/cw?, -vta, -b$, Att. avapaiprj-

KW$, Ion. avappatpriKias, par. per.
act.

'Ai-0ro, for avfQcTo, 3 sin. mid. of avaTidnfJii.

2

a.

of avatofw.
iv,

1

a.

mid. of avo-

attended

to,

or regarded
;
;

;

slight-

av0oif<rav, a. A.v9ev<rav, sin. fern. cont. par. pres. act. Av0p<n, Dor. for av0o?<n, cont.

Dor.

for

fr. av0f'ovo-, d. pi. par. pres. or -ov, b, f), (fr. a neg. anc 3 pi. pres. ind. act. of ap6u>\.o plough) unfilled, unculAv0f"u> -5, f. -^<rw, (fr. dvBos a tivated, neglected ; unmarried. audible, indistinct. flower) to blossom, bloom, bear AV>/KU>, f. -w, p. -vx a i (fr' av " U P' AirioroVa, -a?, -, 1 a. act. of avapand 7ca) to come) to come to, flowers ; to flourish, prosper ; to arrive at ; to advance, Ai/r/pwrcvv, Ion. and Dor. for OVEshine, dazzle, glitter; to ooze, mount,

ed, neglected, disobeyed
of,

unheard Av//poro?,

strange

not to be heard, in-

atproceed, improve ; to reach, to ; to meet ; to Jit, tain, extend
to agree, suit; to become, befit;

pwrovv, 3
TIU).
A-vfjs,

pi.

cont. imp. of avepwa. sub. act.
1
f.

trickle, per.

ind.
>/vo0a,

which also

mid. rjvda' for and Att. avfr

2

sin.

2

relate appertain, belong, crrn ; to avail, signify.

to,

con-

-E?, Aw/0077v,

-EJ,

ind.

voBa. Avi?act. o 'Av07, or 'Avr7, -?j, ^, the

name

of a city.
-77?-,

AVJJKWV,

-ot'o-a,

-ov, (par. pres. act.

-77,

1

a.

pass, o Avdrjowv,
-077//EV,
i

of- last)

ascending,

mounting

;

raised, elevated, lofty ; reaching, Av//^077V, -77?, -77, 1 pi. to ; fit, a. ind. pi. -dijaav, 1 pertaining, or belonging

a (fr. and few to eat) a bee ; or rather an epithet of the bee,
-6vos,
fi,

dvQo$

flower,

pass, o

froni living

on flowers.
-ov,
(fr.

becoming, right.
Av>}Xaro, 3 sin.

Av0^p3j, -a,
ery, fresh,
f.

same)
;

floiu-

mid. of ava'X- AV//W, Att. for aveld), Poet, for avfw, Ion. for avw, 2 a. sub. act of avbjpi. -ov, b, f,, (fr. a neg. and s, to drive) unmoved, calm, Av0', before an aspirate for avr(
1 a.
stiff',

blooming

gay,

strev:,

w, -i'<ra, (fr. same) bud, blossom, put forth flowers ; to garnish, adorn it-ith flaw-*
ers ; to colour, tinge, dye.

lively. to

still ;

inflexible,

obstinate,

stubborn

not trained, wild.

Aw?X0ov, -j, -, 2
,-ov, 6,
17X10?
fi,

-w, (fr. avrj for, and a<p/t to take) to take in preference, pre a. ind. act. of fer, choose, elect ; to gain, get. avrt against, anc A.vdd-!TTOfiat, (fr.
;

unyielding; unbroken,

which see.

Av0ap/w

Av0t'w,

or

AW^o/ia,

(fr.

avrt

against, and ?^w to seat) to sit down against, encamp opposite,
besiege.
A.vdtibs,
-77,

(fr.

or lay hands upon in turn, 01 ery, adorned wiihflowers. after another ; to gloomy. cling, em- A.v6i(TTunTfv, -atro, or -w, -aro, imp. or supplicate in turn; to mid. AvijXwflTTV, -17?, -77, 1 a. pass. brace, AvdiffTdpcvos, par. pres. mid. move, affect, afflict; to touch, Av0iVravTai, 3 pi. pres. ind. mid. of per. act. of avaX/ff/cw. reach, come to ; to take in hand undertake. f. Av*7fiX*ero?, -ov, 6, 17, (fr. a neg. avrtor^o-a), p. av0f, and a/iAyo> to milk) not milked, 'Av0a, pi. of a'v0o?. avrt against, and (fr. , which yields no milk. Av0?, 3 sin. cont. pres. of av0fa>, 7oT77/a to stand) to stand against,

the

sun)

sunless,

a neg. and dark,

orrw

to

touch)

to touch,

attack

-bv, (fr.

same) flow-

Avij/uv, for avtfitv,

1

pi.

2

a.

act.

'Av0ia,

or Sync, for avjKapw,

1 pi. 1 a.

of avlrjpi.
A.ifi)pv, 1 pi. dpi, to be.

imp. of <vi/,
fi,

fr.

Av^Epo?,
>

contain) a a neg. Av0vJ?, and AvftTvo?, -f,, -bv, (fr. flower-pot, flower-basket. f. a flower) in blow, bloomdv0oj -)?o-&>, (fr. same, 5/iE| o?gentle) wildjierce,savage; vfloXoytti) -5, and Xtyw to gather) to a*ter cruel, pitiless. ing, flourishing, vigorous ; flowflowers; to select beauties; to Ayr}*, -^?, -rj, 2 a. act. ofavtrip ery, adorned with flowers. AvftvacQat, inf. of Avrrvdpriv. 1 cull, choose. A.v9iftcvos, Poet, for avaQipivog, mid. of avalvopat. par. 2 a. mid. of avariQijui. Ai'0o;ioXoyfa> -w, f. -^ffw, (fr. avrt to
er,

-ac, 'i, Antheia, the name of several cities ; an epithet Venus and Juno. Av0/Xorro, 3 pi. of av0tXo>T/v, 2 a. mid. of avdatotw.

resist,

oppose. 1 a. avrftrrrjca'
-aro.

2

a.

avTf<m]V imp. pass. av0toTfdv0o? a flow-

//r/v, -ao"0,

v0o^<5/cof, -ov, 6, (fr.

and ofxonat

to

-ov, 6,

(fr.

;

G

AN
return,
to

AN!
to confess

ANI
sin. cont.

and bpoXoyiu)

and

<j>dyu)

to eat)

a man-eattr,

imp.ind. act.

assent or agret confess in turn,

cannibal.

as

if fr. avff'w.

mutually, covenant, or stipulah AvOpwiTo<}ivriSi -tos -ovs, b, >;, (fr. Av/tv, for avfyv, imp. act. on both sides ; to sing praises, 01 Avtlsame, and <j>vu) to be) of human -ttffa, -fv, par. pres. act. thanksgivings responsively. nature, born like men. Hevos , par. pres. mid. Avutrjv, r es. Poet, for aviOopc, 3 sin. 2 AvdviravTata -w, f. -?/cra), (fr. avri act. Avii-m, -?, P opt. AvOope, a. ofavaOoofU). against, and {cravraw to meet) vai, pres. inf. act. of avlrjfH.
'Avdos, -cos -ouj, TO, a flower, blosto

go

to

meet

;

to encounter,

run Avltpos,

-ov, b,
f.

fi,

(fr.

next) unholy,
(fr.

som ; fresh growth ;
or shooting of trees
;

the

budding
,

together.

profane.
f),

luxuriance
flt,

AfdviraTeia, -as,

bloom, flower, pride, excellence

a garland; a spark; a
roxysm. Av0' grow, for which
wherefore ? AvdpaKcvs, -tos, Att.
?

pa'(

avOv~aros a proconsul) the office of procona proconsulate, or proconsul,
(fr.

-u>,

-wo-w, p.
<o

va intens. and upos holy)
/io/y

do

ceremonies, sacrifice; to con-c,

sulship.

secrate, devote.

for what
b,

why

?

AvOvirarevovTos, g. sin. par. pres.| AvltcKov, -c$, act. of Poet, for a
vOvTraTtvia,
f.

imp. of a

-tios, collier,

(fr.

dvQpa% a coal) a

coal-

TevKa,

(fr.

next)

-cued), p to be

man^

sul;
office

to enjoy, or

a procondischarge the

ntvvTai, Dor. and Ion. for aviovvTai, 3 pi. pres. pass, of aviiu,
for
ar////t.

of proconsul. AvBpaKia, -as, %, (fr. same) fyeap AvOviraros, -ov, b, (fr. avrl for, ant of burning coals, afire. viraTos a consul) a proconsul ; a 'Avdpal;, -UKOS, b, a burning, or live coal ; a carbuncle. Roman magistrate next to the consult ; a lieutenant, governor. 'Av0pa|tj, -iog, Att. -wj, #, (fr. last) a coa/; a^re, conflagration; AvOvirovp-ytw -w, (fr. same, vxb una burn. der, and ipyov work) to work under, or along with, assist, coAv6p>',vr}, -r)s, ft, a wasp, hornet. operate ; to give work in return. 'Av0pa>7r', for dvQpuire, v. of dv0pa>7TOJ. 'Qv^aipiia -&, (fr. ai-'rt in turn, and
AvOpwirdpcffKos, -ov,
TTOJ

vi^ov, -ov, TO, the
'/>?0if, 1 a.
f.

herb anise.

par. pass, of aviaw.
p. -tiKa, (fr. ava to send) to send

-ijffia,
"nfjii

up,

and
;

back

to
;

wards
loosen,

cast, fling, throw upto emit, discharge; to

unloose,

open, strip;

to

liberate, release, let

go

;

to slack-

moderate, en, rela-r, intermit, lessen ; to remit, for give, forbear ;
to dismiss,

withdraw) 6, ;;, (fr. dvdpwv(paipf(t) a man, and take away, lessen,, proportionally. aptcKw to please) 3 sin. cont. imp. one who courts popularity, a man- A.v0o)fioAoytro, mid. of av6ofjio\oyl(a. pleaser ; ambitious, intriguing; a flatterer, parasite. Av0' wv,for which, wherefore. A.v0fla)7T7, cont. avBpuirri, -r,s, >;, Avia, -as, and Ion. Ava/, -?/?, /;
(fr.

to

to subtract,

leave,

let
let

alone;
slip,

to

forsake ; to neglect; to urge,
desert,
1 a.

omit,
ind.

incite,

impel.

act.

avt)Ka.

2

a.

act.

avrjv sub. avu>' par. pres. act. avids' 2 a. aveis' par. pres.
pass, aviijitvos'
aveOriv,
Avirjv, a. sin.
1

same)
f],

the

human

skin.

'

and Ion.
-ov, b,
KOS,
-rj,

grief, sorrow, wo, mourning; sadness, heaviness, pcnsiv eness ;

a.

ind. pass.

and avdOrjv par. av0/?.

Avdputittvos,
(fr.

vexation, trouble.
Avi(T,

belonging

-dv, to

same) human,

3
f.

sin.

pres.

ind.

act.

of

of avlr), Ion. foravta. Also imp. of aviJijjii.

man.

avido).

Av6p<jiiri(as, Avdpw-rrivias, and AvOpuiriK&s, (fr. same) like a man,

M<a>,

-data, (fr. avia grief) I

cause sorrow, grieve, trouble, sad-

according to human nature ; fully ; courteously, kindly.
-a?,
fj,

man-

den;

to fret, repine, repent.

AvirjpiaTEpos, -i oraroj, and Avirjporcpos, -dTaTos, comp. and sup. of for avir/pbs, aviap6s. Avir/aeai, JE,0\. for avitjffrj, 2 sin.

Avdpunia, manity,

(fr.

human nature;

same) hubenevo-

lence, kindness.

Av0pwjr/u, (fr. same) to behave or act like a man, be like a human
creature;
AvOpiaTrl^ofjiai,
to

be-

come man, be made human, par.
1 a. pass. avOpwTriffdeis. Av8po)~iov, -ov, TO, (dim. fr.

1 f. mid. Aviapbs, or Avir/pbs, -, -ov, (fr. AvifjCtia, -as, -c, JEo\. for avi-tjaaim, 1 a. opt. same) mournful, sad, sorrowful, melancholy, painful, distressing, Avirja<a,-riS)-?l, 1 a. sub. ofavtdu. afflictive ; troublesome, vexatious. ' Avirjcn, 3 sin. ofavirjp.i. comp. aviapoTcpog, sup. -draTos' AviKa, Dor. for fjviKa. and avii/ptcTtpos, -foraroj. AVIKTJTOS, and Dor. AvjVaro?, -dv, 'idffQqv, I a. sub. pass, of avidw. b, >i, (fr. a neg. and VIKUU to conAviaai, Att. for aviciffi, 3 pi. pres. quer) invincible ; unconquered.

ind. ofavirijju.

same)

01,

a

little

man, dwarf, pigmy; a Avians,
-ov,
b,
fj,

fellow, varlet, knave.
Av0(ja>7r<5yAwrrof,
(fr.

6, >;, (fr. a neg. and go up. ('AEWJ merciful) pitiless, merciless, a neg. and inhuman, cruel. to heal) incurable; re- A.v(judw -w, (fr. ava up, and fy/'w idofjiai to draw, th. "pas a mediless, desperate. thong) to haul

Aviaai, for ara- ivfAfWf, -w,
(fr.

3

pi.

pres. ofdvcim, to
f),

-ov, b,

up, weigh; to draw up, or out yAo5o-<ra the to'ngue) Avidrpcvros, -ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and laTpcvu to cure) uncured, speaking with, or imitating the of; to exhaust, empty. not healed; incurable, human voice. An epithet of a Aviov, Dor. for fjvtov. .vidrus, (fr. aviaTos incurable) in- Aviuvra, -ovaav, -bv, a. sin. 2 a. parrot. curably. par. of avi/xj, to go up. Av0{)W7roEi<5f?s, -los -ovs, b, fj, (fr. same, and a5os shape) of hu- .via%os, -ov, b, fj, (fr. a intens. Avio%os, Dor. for foioyps.

same, and

man form,

in the shape of man.

and id%w

to resound) noisy

;

vorat-

Avi-Kiros, -ov, b,
"TTTTOS

f],

(fr.

a neg. and

AvOpwirodvffia, -as, />, (fr. and 6vu to sacrifice) a
sacrifice.

same,

ciferous, loud,

clamorous;

a horse) without a horse;
soldier.
-fjffOfiai,
f.

human

Av6p<t)iroKT6vos, -ov, b, (fr. same, and /cravu) to kill) a manslayer,

tling, crashing, pealing. Avidia -w, f. -data, p. r/vlaKa, (fr. avia grief) see avid<a. pres.

an infantry
Lvj'nrajuai,

(fr.

ava Up,

and
or

nrra/ja
;

opt. pass, aviaolpriv -fynrjv, aoio

away

to fly) to fly up, off, to soar. 2 a. ind. mid.

murderer.
Av0pu>7roA<5yoj, -ov, 6,
ff,

-wo, aoiro -wro.
(fr.

same, siopuri, (fr. a neg. and icp<as sweat) without labour, toil, or andXdyoj a discourse) treating of human nature, speaking of man. trouble, easily. Avflpufl-oj, -ov, 6, ^, (fr. avw up, roi- AviopuiTos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same) TTO) to without trouble, easy ; without turn, and u^ the countesweat, or exercise. nance) man, mankind, the human species; human nature; a Avici, pres. impr. act. cont. or 3

av7rra^7?v, Dor. avtirrdpav. 2 a. ind. act. aviTTTnv' inf. avavTrjvai, fr. avtitTri/u*'
AviirTd-rrovs, -oSos, b,
//,

(fr.

next,

and novs the foot) with unwashed, dirty, or unclean feet.
VIITTOS, -ov, b,

man, person, husband, master.
Av0pa)7-^v';'n ? , -ov,
t>,

sin. cont.

imp. ind. act.
act.

Aviclv,

a neg. and ft, (fr. WTTTW to wash) unwashed, foul ; unclean, not purified, d. pi. Ion.
aviirroist.

^, (fr. last,

pres.

inf.

cont.

AvUis, 2

(50)

ANO
kvicrdpevos,

ANO
to

ANO

mid. A.vi<TTaa9ai, pres. inf. mid. of A.vi<rrarat, 3 sin. pres. inf. mid,
par.
pres.
f-

open)

to

open, throw open; to

A.l'larrjfii,

::V'!7~;<7W, p. C

(fr. avii u;>,

and

to stand, rise,

to place) "arripi rise up again ; to
to rise

arise,

appear ;
;

up

against,

oppose, resist

to set out,

depart ;

to raise, erect, exalt ; to take

up,
sub-

rem"
cause
to depart,

f-it

in motion,
;

banish

to

rert, overthrow.'} a. act. avlari]a. act. ind. avlyrrjv' impr
'.

ardrra, and avdarrjQf sub. avaortD* inf. avacrfvai' par. avaora'j. 1 f. mid.
-5,
foTop'f'j)

(fr.

ava asain, and
to inquire,

to

examine)

Att. for avicraaoi pres. impr. pass, of aviG-rrjpt 'Avr,Yvy, -uoy, 8, 9, (fr. a neg. and tmz/e, feeble, to-^uf strength)
A.VICTTU),

nerveless.

AttV^w,
for

(fr.

f'^u

ava intens. and tcr^w to hold) to uphold, suphold

up, port, raise, lift ; to arise; to contain, restrain, rebehave, par. pres. avlax frain,
pres. impr. mid.
avlff%ov,

Ion.

Avtxvcvb), (fr. a track) to trace, search

ava along, and fyvoy
after,

pursue
mid.

;

to investigate,

examine.
ind.

Avitd^jQa,

1

pi.

cont.

pres-.

AvtaofynfV -u>p.rjv, -doio -wo, -doiro -WTO, pres. opt. pass

of avidd).
-outrz, -dv, tO gO Up.

par 2

a.

of dvci-

fll,

Av/wv,
'Airs,

g. pi.

of avid.
^Inne, a

Anna, Eng.

wo-

man's name.

'Away, Annas, a man's name. 'Avviv, Poet, for dvciv, pres. of a'vcd, for avuw.

inf.

Avd>aXoy,
8,
';/,

Poet, for

am^Xoy,

-ov,

(fr.

a neg. and vf^f'X;; a

cloud)
serene
,-,

cloudless,

brigM, clear,

-ny.
idol

o,

Annubis,

an

Egyptian
'Avoooy, -ou,
8<5dy

o, ^, (fr. ava up, and a road) having a road, or Or (fr. a pa'/i upwards, steep. neg. and same) pathless, without a road, impassable. ava intens. and o<5vAvoovp9fia(,fr.
.

which

see.

Avoi^uv, -ovoy, o, f], (fr. a neg. and voijuwv sensible) of weak intellects,

simple, silly , foolish.
1

A.vonck, -as,
voted to

h.v6rjros, -ov, 8,

(fr. a neg. and fj, understand) fool f>, (fr. same) unintelligible ; unintelligent, dull, un-

apprehensive;
siderate,

senseless; incon-

'A.voia, -as,
foli.y,

thougMtesg,foc >/, (fr. same) ma-iness ; want of understanding.

'Avoiy^a, -aro?, rd, (fr. next) an opening, unclosing, unlocking; disclosure; a passage, entrance,
door.

Avotyw, Avoiyvvw, and Avojyvu/a, f. avof'^w, p. avfw^a, Att. for avo%a, (fr. ava intens. and oi'yu)

ANT
den back, or retraced ; not return ; an exile.
A.VOVOTOS, -ov,
out,
b, fa (fr.

ANT
that

ANT
hear in turn,
(fr.

may

avri)

with- AvrdAAayua, -arcs, TO,

ear) without deaf.

and ovas, Poet, for ovs an or wanting ears,

AvovOfTtjros, -ov, b, fa (fr. a neg. and vovdT<t> to advise) inattentive,

nate

;

heedless ; perverse, obstithat will not be advised.

'Avovs, see av6os. Avo':aos, for dvoo-oj.

same) a reply, answer. same, AvraTo'AAufu, (fr. avri for, and and aAAoVorw to exchange)' a to a7T(5AAv//t to destroy) ruin, change, exchange, commutation ; waste, destroy, in return, or in rethe Mng given in an venge. exchange, equivalent; price, ransom, re- AvraTToarfAAw, (fr. same, and airoOT&AW to send away) to send demption ; compensation retribution ; a type, similitude ; relaback again ; send in place of. tion, reference, correspondence. Avra7ror/a>, fr. avri in return, and UTTOTM, which see. imp. of
fr.

hearken, attend or reply.

;

to

,-(OJ,Att. -0S,^,(fr.

AVOVTUTOS, -ov,
oitrdw to

b, fa (fr.

a neg. and A:'ra////?o), or -o//at,
turn,

avri in

pres.

inf.

of uvQdTrro^ai.

and a////?w, which see. AvTdptns,-ios, Att. -wj, //, (fr. avrt - W Avra><i|j, I0 y, Att. f, fa (fr. against, and ai'pw to raise) a ArovTijTi, (fr. last) without a wound. lifting the hand against, an assame) recompense, return, comsault ; rebellion, insurrection. pensation, exchange. Avo%fi, -rjsi fa (fr. avr^w to withan intermission, interval, Avravaipiu -w, (fr. avri hold) Avrdprrjs,-ov,b, (fr. same) a rebel, for, av pause ; a truce, cessation ofarms ; up, and alpid) to take) to take, insurgent.

wound)

not wounded,

unhurt.

forbearance, patience, indulgence.

lift,

or carry
(fr.

away

in return.
ai'p'w

AvTaand^ofiai,
to

(fr.

avrt in return,
to

Avoxvpos, -ov, b, fa (fr. a neg. and Avravatpw, cut off) %vpb$ or oftvpbs firm) not fortified, unfenced'; insecure.

same, and

and aa-nd^o^ai
to

embrace)

to

to destroy,

waste, ruin,

embrace heartily,

in return, or by

way of retaliation.
xAdw
reflect,

show mutual

to return love, affection, salute

'Avcrra, and'Avora0<, Dor. foravd- Avrava/cAaw-w, (fr. same, and to Avordf, pTijdt, 2 a. impr. act. break) to rebound ; to
for ava<rraj, par. ofavforr/v, ind. act. Avarrjutvai, Att.

those that salute

me.

2 a. or refract. and AvravaTT\p6d) -w,

Avravyda, -as, fa (fr. avri against, and avyt] brightness) radiance,
beaming, or
reflecting

f.

-diffw,

avrava-

of light.

Dor.

for avaarrjvat, 2 a. inf. act. AvffT)]ffc9ai, for avacr^aic-

'Avarrjaov, 6ai, 1 f. inf. mid. for avdaTTiffov, 1 a. impr. act. Avorr/rjjv, for avaffrf/rnv, 3 du. 2
a. ind. act.

f. -vffd), p. avrfjvKa, (fr. 7T7rA>7pwKa, (fr. same, and 7rA7- Avri)o>, to fill) to fill up, or avrt against, and avu to cry) to po'w complett in turn ; to finish, or perfect the cry out against; to shout in re-

correspondence, fulfil
terbalance.

;

to

coun-

turn, or reply.

-

Avra'w -w,
1 a. inf.

f.

-/;<ra),

p. y/VTrjKa, (fr.

of avicr^t.

AvTavaGTrjaat,

act. of av-

AvffTpt(jiTai ava<TTp<f>Tai, pres. ind. mid. of

(or

3 sin.

Av<r0w,

avaaTptdxa. Poet, for av^u>. inf.

AvTavcpos, -ov, b, fa (fr. avri instead, andavr;p a man) a substi- AvTJ36\r]<ra, -as, -, of ttvrj/?oAfw. tute, a deputy.
Lvravi'<rr7^t,
f.

avri against) to meet; to face, encounter ; to meet with, find, get, obtain.
1 a. ind.

act.

'Avff%o, Poet, for avdar^to, Ion. for 2 a. impr. mid. Avava'o-%ot>,
ff%fjffiadai,
inf.

-ar^aa),
!'o-r;/u

(fr.

avrt AvTyK\Ti/jia,
to

against,

and

to

set)

for

ava<r%>',<rcdai,

1 f.

mid. Ava^noirjv, -oio, -OITO, for avaa%oifjiriv, opt. of av<rvo2 a. mid. of
pnv,
(fr.

raise, or set up against; Avraviffranai, to rise up against, resist, rebel, revolt.

-arc?, ro, (fr. against, and /caAao to call) an accusation in reply, recrimina-

avrt

tion, retort.

avf'^w.

Avor%r6f,
portable,

for avao-%rdj, -ov, b, fa

pi. cont. imp. mid. AvravopiSai, Dor. for Avrvvoploai, the sons or descendants of AvraAaj, Poet, for -uv, ol, avfraAaf, 2

AvT0%iovvTo, 3

avf^w
for

to bear) tolerable, sup-

Antenor.
Avravuiraj, -dcra, -dv, for avaravucds, par. 1 a. act. of avaravtfw, the same as avara'vw.
vrdfros, -Hi -ov, (fr. avri for,

sin.

that
avrl,

may

be endured.

act.

or for avar/Aaj, par. ofavarAAo).

1

a.

Avr' vowel.

before

a

smooth

'Avra, (fr. avrl against) opposite, contrary to; directly; very. and Avrayopdw, f -daw, (avri for,
ayopa'o>
to

and

Vvm'vw, Poet, for avartivu. So 'Avravov, for avdruvov, 1 a. impr. and Avrftvai, for avartivai,
1 a. inf.

buy)
f.

to

buy in return

d^iog deserving) equivalent, equal in worth, value, or estimation ; as good as ; on a level, or equality with
;

barter. for,- to

preferable.

Avrayawo/*ai,
ywvto-fiat, (fr.

-foo//ai, p. avrr\-

of avrfTrw. pres. inf. of AvTtpop.ai, or -epo//at, (fr. avrt in turn, and /pu> or tpop.ai to ask)
?y,

Avra

2
,

a. inf.

avri against, and

avTairoclSwKa,

ayum'o//ai

to contend) to strive

against, resist, oppose, with. 1 a. ind. mid. avTtjywvi-

contend

adp/v. AvrayomcTJjs, and Avraywvtorof,
-ov,b,
foe,
(fr.

to ask in return. (fr. avri for, and fr. same, and a-ooi^iii to return) to hand over, irtiadyti), ticdyw, which see. to retransfer; recompense, repay, turn, imp. ind. avra7T<5Wa)v. 2 a. AvTKOpa//wv, -ovaa, -ov, par. 2 a. act. of ind. avra7T($a>v. inf. avra7ro<5o3avrA:rp%w.

rival,

same) an antagonist, adversary; a com-

batant, champion.

vraxoSuiHa, -arcs, TO, (fr. same) recompense, retribution, retaliation, requital ;

varpar.avra7ro<5oii?. 1 a. pass, av- Avr/cK<57rra), f. -i^w, (fr. avrt in turn, and SKKOTTTO) to cut off) to cut (ff, or destroy in turn.

AvrafiiKtw -&i * -'/0"w, (fr. avrt tor, and aoiKiu to wrong) to injure in return, to retaliate. and (fr. avri against,

a turn, winding ;

.TfKTtaiS,

change, revolution,
vrairoowa-is, -ios, Att.

Avraipco,
aa'po.'

to raise) to raise, to set, or

-wj, fa (fr. same) recompense, remuneration, reward; wares bartered, or ex(fr.

-0f, Att. -0)f, fa (fr. next) repayment, reward, recompense, retribution; a fine.
in turn,
to
CK.

intens.

and Ww

to

pay)

to rise

up

sist, inf.

against ; avrtt<piv.

to

oppose, re-

changed. vTaxocwriKos, -fa -6v,

same)

repay, recompense, compensate; to suffer punishment; to
expiate, atone. .VTEKTpf %(!>, f. -Optfa, (fr. avrt against, CK from, and rp^w to run) to run out against, go to

AvraEiy, Dor. for avrrjfts, -oxra, -v, (fr. dvrr/v opposite) contrary, ophostile. posite, adverse ; inimical, Avraios, -a, -ov, same as last. AvruKaioi, -wv, ol, sea monsters.
AVTO.KOVUI,
f.

retributory ; equivalent.
VTairoKptvofjLat, (fr. avri in return, and atTOKpivofjiaL to answer) to

make answer
QrjV
inf.

in return, contra-

dict, reply. 1 a.

pass.
f.

meet;
av-

to outrun, anticipate ;

2

a.

-ovtrw,

(fr.

avri for,
to

avrairo

act. ind.

avrt^tcpa^ov' par.

;r.

and

axovti)

to hear)

listen,

ANT
ArrAfyov, -,
An-f'XX<H<ra,

ANT
r/xita

ANT
(fr.

inf. of aVro//ai. AvTXa/3<Jui?v, -ow^ -CTO, 2 a. ind 'Avr<r0at, pres. mid. of avT<Xa///jdvw. Avr<77ra, 3 sin. cont. imp. act. of -, imp. act. of av-

avri against,
10

and

to

sound)

re-cci

sound, reverberate.
Avrr)%ovor]s, g. sin. fern. cont. ol

Avrtarr/v,

-r/s, -17,

3

pi. avrlarijtrav,

avrri%iuv -wv, par. pres. of last. Avri, opposite to, over against, 2 avri against, and crrpt'^w to turn) equivalent, equal to ; Jor, on account of; for, in stead, or place turned, or set against, perverted, of, in exchange, in return for, changed. AvrXo(cc5p(, 3 sin. cont. imp. act. in requital of ; in preference to, Avr(rrpa///uvws, (fr. last) in a con-

Syn. and Dor. forava-

2

a. ind. act.

of av6icTTjfii.

rAXovaa, fern. par. pres. act AvrAX<nr<, for avarAXovcrt, ind. ofavarAXw. pi. pres.

AvrCTpa/i/avo$S (par. per. pass.

fr.

avrl for, and above, before, beyond. trary way, in a different manner, Ai-'ry,MJ7, -ns,ri, (frvice versa ; perversely. to put in) a chnn Arrta, (neut. pi. of avrics opposite, //i3dXXw th. last) opposite, removal; putting one thing in Avrtrarai, Poet, for avarirarai, 3 contrary, on the other side. sin. per. pass, of avnrdvw. the place of another, a substi ofavrtraVw. Avrta'^w, same as avrtau. tution. v, -?, -,imp. Avr^i]6uf f. -now, (fr. avri in Avrcrtrv^o, 2 sin. pper. pass, of Aj/rtavapa,-a?, fj, (fr. avri equal to, and v>)p a man) a heroine. Adj. return, v in, and Tt\tjQ(i) to fill) to or satisfy in return, remu- Avrcruprjaa, -as, -c, 1 a. act. ofavfurious, fierce. Jill, riToofw. nerate. Avrtdsti), -cts, -t, Dor. for avr<a1 a. inf. act. of last. Avrfroiif, Lacon. for rov auroi; ffa>, 1 f. of avrtaa). avrl against, and trovs,of the same yeccr,that year's. Avridofiai, see avria'w. (fr. to go out) to go out to, or Avrcvtpytrtu -w, f. -^aw, (fr. avri Avr<dc-as, 1 a. par. Avrtaafiv, 1 ifcifju in f. inf. of avridk). towards ; to go to meet an enemy. return, and njpyrn? a benef. to return a kindness, re- Avna%ivai, Dor. and -iol. for avavri in -oVc, (fr. factor) Avrtfrrdfa, 3 pi. pres. ind. of to examine) quite, repay. ria%ovffi, turn, and tfyrat^

Avrt/<.7rX;j<7ai,

Avri^t^ii,

-cD, (fr. avri against, and ta%w to shout) to exclaim, cry out against, contradict, deny, rewv;/, (fr. pose. AvrcvKparos, fuse. posite, and MKparos temperate) Avre^EraartKbs, -ov, b, ;% (fr. last) the contrary temperate zone ; the Avr<aw -w, or -dw, f. -daw, p. rjvinquisitive. sou them as opposite to thenorthern. f. -u>, (fr. avri riaKa, (fr. avri against) to mtet, against, Avr7rayo>, and frrayo) to lead on) to conduct AvreQtpovro, 3 pi. imp. pass, of go to meet, come towards ; to meet in combat, Jiglit, resist, lead towards ; to set, or to,

to

cross-examine,

scrutinize;

to

Avri>pyT<Vd?,
grateful.

-/;,

-ov,

(fr.

last)

Avrta^f'w

compare, collate;

to

match, op-

viz.

avrt op-

march against. oppose; to share, partake of; Avr0TXa<7, Dor. for avrtQ&rict, 3 sin. 1 a. of to attain, reach, hit; to entreat, Avr-f^(/i(, (fr. avri against, avrt^iXfw. supplicate. to, E| from, and EIJ.U to go) to go Avrf^o-0, 2 pi. pres. impr. mid. to meet, to set out towards. Avr^(5fjvoj, -77, -ov, par. pres. Avri{3aivu, (fr. avri against, and 3 pi. pper. mid. Alt. /3au'u to go) to go against, witli~ pass, of avrf v AvrtxtZfieffav, a. of of last. stand, resist, oppose; to cross, Avrixprjffa, -aj,"
and c-r)%f(0 to resound) to make Avr/xu., f. p. avrla^rjKa Avrc/3aXAw, f. -aXw, p. avrt/3f'/?Xjjand f^w to a noise in opposition, to drawn a (fr. avrl against, Ka, (fr. same, and jSa'AAu to cast) to resist, to throw, shoot, or dart against ; sound by noise. hold) sustain, bear up in turn, to throw back weapons; to banfr. avri against ; to detain, keep, restrain; Avrc-i^t\fouai, to hold against, resist ; to sustain, and irint\fOfiat, which see. dy, throw to and fro ; to converse, dispute, argue. endure, support; to claim, seek Avr7rvv, 3 sin. imp. of avri~ vfw. 1 a. -tl-a, 2 a. -UTTOV, (fr. after, cultivate, pursue : Avrlvo- Avripi:(i6\r)Ka, per. ind. act. of avAvrfVw, avri against, and nrw to speak) rijSoAfw. pai, to withhold, abstain from ; to to contradict; to refuse, deny ; cling, cleave, adhere to ; to main- Avri/J/jvaj, 2 a. inf. act. of avrito or speak alternately. 2 sucfiaivw. tain, support, help, relieve, reply, cour ; imp. mid. a. inf. avrmrav. avrti%6nTjv' 1 Avripia, AvTiplnv, Avrifiiov, (fr.
Avrfpaorfis, -ov,
b, (fr.

Avr7r7^Ci) -w,

(fr.

avri against,

thv;art.

next) a rival.
;

f.

mid. avdi^Ofiai.
for

next)

Avrepdu) -w,

(fr.

avri towards,

and Avrfw, Ion.

avrw,

imp.

i/vrtov.

opposite, against, in front.

before,

love mutually paw to love) to to love the same object, rival.

AvTTftiriv, (fr.dvrouai to supplicate) Avrifios, -a,

-ov'anu-ov,

6,

rj,

(fr.

suppliantly, humbly.

AvrcpdSd),
(fr.

avr/ipeina, Avrrjfidj3tro, avri against, and tpeicu to

f.

-t'ffu>,

p.

3

sin.

imp. mid. of

avrl against, and $ia violence) opposite, contrary, against ; hostile, adverse ; an. enemy, an op-

to fasten to ; to cling, adhere ; Avr77v, (fr. avri against) opposite, prop, support; to tread; to before, in front, in presence of. resist, oppose. Avrwvopioai, -wv, of, (fr. next) the sons or descendants of Antenor. Avrtpiw -w, (fr. same, and pjw to

fix) to

ponent.
vri$\ir>&, f. -y w i ("" same, and j3Xf'rw to look) to look in the face, behold steadfastly ; to dare, brave.

\

speak) to contradict. Avrnvwp, -opog, name. AvTp'<ra(f, JEol. for avrtadaus,
T par. 1 a. act. of avrpc w!

Avrrjpcrri^,

Avrp('w,

w

(fr. avri against, and tqito dispute) to contend, or strive
; to

-ovs,

b,

Antenor, a man's Avrt^oXln -w, f. -7700), p. avriftiftd\r,Ka, (fr. same, and #oXf'u for -ov. and /?XXw to throw) to meet; to meet Avrjjptjs, -EOJ with, hit upon,Jind, get ; to face, (fr. avri against, and
b,
j

against

Avripopai,

(fr.

quarrel, wrangle. avri in turn, and
1

to row) an opponent, enemy, antagonist. Adj. opposile,ad-

eplccd)

encounter
share,
entreat,

;

to be
;

present at
to

;

to

partake
pres.

supplicate,
1

{papai to ask) to ask in return.

verse, hostile ; struggling against each other.
.vr>7p<j, -ico$,

inf.

avn/^oXfZV.

a. inf. avripo\T](rai.
f.

AvrspvffaoOai,

a. inf.

mid. of

Avrpiiw, (fr. avri in turn, and ptw to draw) to draw back, take in
return

port

(fr. avrtpritw to Avrtj3ov\tvouai, f], -v<70//ai, (fr. same, and /SovXfiu to consult) to support) a buttress, prop, sup; ribs, or timbers of a ship ; plot against.

to recompense, the bit of a bridle. ; repay. Avrtpvopai, to gain, get; to be Avrr-piffa, -as, -, 1 a. ofavrfp^w. repaid, or rewarded. 'rnffis, -jo?, Alt. -aj ? , },, (fr. a'vofjLat

1

ana \ir. nppovrau -w, (fr. same, and (Jpovrdu to thunder) to thunder against, imitate thunder.
-o, (fr. same, and /u to speak) to cry out, or

Avrpcouvos, par. pres. pass. cont. ofavrwa'w.

to supplicate) supplication,

j

tr.treaty,

prayer. (53}

ANT
exclaim against; to deny absolutely,
'

ANT
,

ANT
same)
mid. of
set

-ou, o,

f;,

(fr.

AvriKpivopai,
Kpivtii

(fr.

avrl against, and
to to

contradict positively.
5,

up

against, opposite, contrary.
dnevos, par.
f.

to

Avriycvioas, -ou,

Antigenidas, a

1 f.

gate,

go

to

judge) law ;

contest, liti-

riQfM, -nVw, (fr. avrJ against, AvrcKpovw, f. -oto-w, (fr. same, and and -3-f'co to run) to run against, avrl in to Avrtyt]porpo(f>f(jj -oi, (fr. strike) to strike against ; Kpovti) to blunt ; to encounter. ag old age, and turn, surprise, happen unto nurse) to repay the cares of AvrlQr]^i, Poet, for expectedly, occur ; to disappoint, age ; io cherish old age in return AvriBpoos, -on, 6, (fr. avrl in turn, frustrate,

man's name.

answer, reply.

rw

i'/,

interrupt.

for the nurture of youth.
Avriyvu>nov(w -w,

re-echoing, resounding. or otherwise, differ in (fr. A.vri9vp opinion, disagree, deny, contraagainst, and $vpa a door.) oppodict. or against the door. site, before,
contrary,

and yivuaKu

avri against, to think) to think
(fr.

and $060$ clamour) shouting, sounding in reply, or against;

vriMiv, Avrixpvs,
Kiipu

(fr.

same, and
over

the
;

head)
;

opposite,

against

to the other side,

through

and through
position.

clearly, openly, de-

cidedly, expressly, against all

op

Avriyovos,
.

-ov,

b,

Antigoniift,

a

>TtKdQriuat,

(fr.

avrl against,
to sit

and

mjcrep/<i>|

(fr.

avrl in turn,
to

and
give

man's name.
-"/??
fi,

KaQi)pai to sit
(fr.

down)

down

Kfcpt^u to bury)
the heathen rites

inter,

to

avrl against

against

;

to

besiege, attack.

of sepulture.

to write) a reply, anyad(j)u AvriKaQr/fievos, par. last. swer, defence, plea.

and

pres. mid. of
(fr.

vriKvpn, -y,

>/,

Anticyra.

to scat) fall in with ; to get, procure ; to f. to same as last. Avriypd<j>u, attain, arrive at ; to fall against, -i^-w, (fr. same) write back again, answer, reply ; and KOniter, ovcrvliclm. (LvriKa6l(mjftt, (fr. same, to retort ; to rejoin ; to copy. to setup) to place against; Arrii;vmi:ov, -ov, ro Hellebore, sc BiffTtjiJti ? to set in opposition ; to withstand. called from the island of AnAvriotnrvo$,-ov, b, (fr. avrl instead,
:

Avriypacfibv, -ov, rb, (fr. same) copy, transcript, counterpart.

a h.vriKadlQb), or -i^ojjia.t, Kara down, and (w

same,

HIT? against, and vriKvpfia -w, (fr. Kvpfw to meet with) to hit upon,

and oeiirvov'a dinner) a guest in stand against, resist, oppose; to place of one. who disappoints; an substitute, appoint instead. f. unbidden, or unexpected guest. -r'/aw, (fr. avrl AvriKaicovpytd) -u>, in return Kardj ill, 'and ipyov Avrios^iocpn, -ovfjLai,f. -laffo/jiai (fr. avrl in return, and dtt-idouai to to hurt in return, revenge, work) shake hands) to return hospitaretaliate. lity, or entertainment ; t-i AvrtKa\((TWffi, 3 pi. 1 a. sub. act. of
welcome, embrace in return.
r.

ticyra.

Tca'ora?, Sync, for avriKvpfaas, par. 1 a. act. of
avriKvpiia.
to lay hold of ) a handle ; aseiz-

ing, laying, or catching hold of; participation^ assistance, mutual

A.vr(KviXfw -oJ,

f.

-taw, and-?;<rw, p.

cooperation.
K//[, -oi?,

(fr.

pres. pass, of avri against,

a\>rLKfK\rjKa, (fr. same, and KHXfw to call) to call again, invite

-ct,

2

a.

opt. of
(fr.

same.
AvTiAfo/<tae, and Avn\d^vfiai,
ci'T(

and (Wr/077/.u to dispose) to incline differently ; to be ot
disposed, or affected. AvriciSorat, 3 sin. pres. pas?, of in turn, and /jii (fr. avrl to give) to give in return, ;
to

in return, return

an

invitation.

A.vTiKara\\dc-o-j), or-rro), (fr. same, and KaraXArto-crw to exchange) to
get,

in
to

turn,

and \dopai

to

procure,

acquire

;

to

lay hold on together ; to take, to bear a seize, hold;

catch)

change, barter; to succeed, come share, partake. in place of; to renew by succesAvTt\appdvetr9at,
sion
;

-

inf.

Avrt\a/.i-

repay, recompense ; to requite,
;

to conciliate, reconcile.
(fr.

ftavi>!.ia'og,

-rj,

-ov,

par.

pres.

retaliate

to substitute,
f.

triKaraoKWatja,

avrl against,

mid. of

AvriliKtfj) -w,

-,vo-c<),p. -jjKa, (fr.

avrl against, and

cV*?;

justice) to

go
to

to law ; to bring an action ; comc'to a trial ; to contest, try^ AVTlKKTliff^CtTtSj
(fr.

to prepare) to A.7'T(Aa/!/?ai'k), f. ~Af/ilo/;.<n, p. -Xfprovide against; tofurms':; X^f/i, (fr. same, and Xa/w/Savu to ply. take) to take hold of together, by
'-.'Of,

and KaraaKtvdfyi)

Att.

-fc)?,

II,

litigate.

same, and xartvca to reretention,

AvriVtKog, -ov, b, ?/, (fr. last) an adversary, opponent; the adversary, the devil.
Avrifioffts,

strain) ctwithhotding;

turn ft, or on each side : assist in lifting, or carrying ; to take instead of; claim, usurp
perceive, observe ; to hold, curb, restrain; to support,

confinement, restraint.
Ion. for afriKtiO
Out, pres. inf. of avriKdOrj/tat

AvnXa///?rfvijaai,to take, ; to undertake, take

upon

;

to

-io?,

Alt.

-?,'

j/,

(fr.

to repay) remn,:i rai>rj<5t<lw/H tion, reuiard; requital, retribution j exchange, barter.

Ion. for avriKaQipres.
KariQevfitvo?,
inf.

hflp,

relieve;

to share,

partake

mid.

Avr
rr.id.

of, participate, receive, enjoy.

Ion.

and Dor.

for Ai'7(>,rt'/i~w, (fr.

nvrl against,

and

Avriooros, -ov,

b,

/,

(fr.

same)

re-

11 *". pros, avTiKadt^dftsvos, P

warded,
ventive, dote.

re-paid, requited; prepreservative ; an antif.

of avriKaOifo.
vriKEifiai,

-<fov>, (fr. Avnfipdu -<3, turn, and coda to do) ID

nvrl in
a>:tfor,

or in return

;

to

repay, requite,

avrl f. (fr. -mro/tai, to lie) to lie, sparkle. against, and Kiipm or be placed against; to sit down, Avrt\fy(i),t. -w, p. -%a, (fr. same, and Xfyw to speak) to speak or encamp against; to oppose, be opposite, or adverse to. against ; gainsay, speak in reply,
-?)
-vi',

X/:rrw to shine) to show a light, light a fire as a signal in answer to another ; to rffect ; to glitter,

avenge. Avrtowpov, -ov,

I'riKtlnLvos, rb, (fr.

par.

same, and
;

mid.
ir.tl.

AvriKsirat,

3

pi.

pres pres

contradict, deny, imp.
'ov,

and 2

a.

avriXtyov, per. mid. avriKfroya.
(fr.

a gift) a present, gift SSJpov return, recompense. Ion. for AvrifyffOai,
pres. ;r.f. avOi^oft Avrtrj, Jen. for avriu.

a

mid. of last.

avriXattftdvu to

avrl against, and vriKrjpvffcna, (fr. to proclaim) to publish

Kvpvccu

lay hold on) to be held, seized, attempted, undertaken.
6,

of

contrary

orders

;

to

denounce, Avn\r/Trrii)p, -opoj,
supporter, protector.
Avn\>'i\L'f.i$,

(fr.

same) n
defender,

proclaim.
vriKi-xfdw -3, (fr. and Kixpdw to lend) to accommodate ; to assist by a loan, relieve, VTt/cXfvw, (fr. avrl towards, and K\it>u> to lean) to nod, or beckon
to ; to assent

upholder,
n.
a.
pi.

AVT&EOS, -ov, 6, >/, (fr. avrl alike, ' and $ds a god) godlike, divine
noble, illustrious.

avrl in turn,

cont. All.

of
o-jf,

AvnQiatis,
Avr/0<rt?,
thesis

n. a. pi. cont. Alt.
-( oj,

of
(fr.

-toe, Att. -ai?,

i^,

(fr.

Att.

-tw?,

j/,

same) a

hold, handle, thing hcl/l
rfr>roof,

avriridrjfj.1

to set against) anti-

by signs, permit.
be(fr. avrl the leg) the shin (54)

by ; blame,

censure ;

an

; opposition, contrariety, contrast; dispute, cavil. j

vriKvt'iniov, -ov, rb,

fore,

and

Kvfjpri

objection, charge, reply ; a hindrance, impediment ; perception.

ANT
protection

ANT
assistance, Avrtuj, -a, -or,
(li.

AJNT
av
against) adverse; a-

AvrtAoyia, -as,

injurious ,cr ailrerse to his father. opposite, contrary, to gainst, before, towards. Antipater, a man's name. (fr. <:vr(Af>w to op- Avri~i^:ra>, f. -i w , (fr. avri in contradiction, oppo- Avrioopat -ovfiai, (fr. last) contradict) traverse. and T/^TTW to send) tosena turn, pose, thwart, cross, sition ; an excuse, apology, plf a, back, return, remit. Avriovctiat, pres. inf. cont. of last. defence, debate, trial. -nKa -as, /, Anlioch. f. -/Jffw, A.vriKtpato$, -a, -ov, (fr. next) opp. vno^cia, AvriAot^opf'u -w,
/;,

apprehension ; ; v

htlp,

(fr.

avf! aainst,
re/or/,

and

Aotcopfu)

vrto^ijf, -fos,
a. sin.

6,

a native of last,
Antiochus,

psiie,facing
Avriirfpav,

;

on

the far side.

to revile) to

recriminate,

Avrio^fa.
-ou,
b,

reproach, revile

again, imp. act.
o,

vrio%os,
vTi6<av,

a

avrtAotodpw. AvrtAo^of, -ou,

Antilockut, a
in turn,

man's name. AvnAuir/w -w, (fr. avrt
At'Tf'w to grieve

man's name. avndwaa, Poet, mas. and ui'j avriuJtra,

for avrifern. sin.

and Avrirr/paf, (fr. avri against, and irtpav beyond) on </ie further side, over against, on the opposite shore.
f.

AvrtTTfpi/JdAAuj,

and

molest,

annoy

to ^riere in turn ; ) in return, take re-

Avrid(j>o, par. pres. cont. -uqro, Poet, for avnuio, avritpro 2 and 3 sin. cont. pres. opt. mid.

and

7Tpi/3dAAo>

surround in a
besiege.

-SAw, (fr. same, to surround) to hostile manner,
airt

venge.
AvrtAuTHjo-tj, -ios, Att. -ws,i;, (tr.

of avridta.
vriKais, -atoos,
b,
rj,

Avrixcpuarrifii,
(fr.

(fr.

against,

avri in-

rfpt around,
to j>/af'f,

or vexation last) grief caused, vengeance, revenge, returned,
retaliation.

a child) a young man, or woman, a grown boy, a a boy, or girl, boyish. youth ; like
stead, and
-Kais

or

and 'larrjfti to place) sf round about ; Av-

to surround, invest, ri-cpiiara[iai, besiege ; to straiten, confine ; to

AvrAtrpov, -ou,ro, (fr. and Aurpov a ransom) of redemption, ransom.
Avrijiaprvpiu -G,
th.
f.

avri in turn
the price

vn'raXof, asainst,

-ou,

6,

i),

(!:.

be besieged,

&c.

->/o-u, (fr.

avrt

match an antagonist, opponent,
opposite, ry emulous.

roXiJ wrestling) a A.vrnt[piffacFiia, -aroj. ro, (fr. in the theatrical combats ; next) the elrawing, etecoying, or
i.

and

against, and pacrvpiu

to testify,
to

adverse
f.

;

rival,

surrounding of troops in an ambush ; a stratagem, diversion,
ftint to

^dprvp a witikss)

give

draw away the

attention.

evidence, or fcear witness against.

vrcrapa/3dAAw,

-a'AtD,

(ir.

avri

AtTt^a^Errjf, -oS, 6, (fr. antagonist, cppoi and 'vo/iai, (fr. Girt against,

next) an

against, -xapa by,

to fight, strive, lid^Oftat to fight) or struggle (tsair^i ; to resist,

place) to pare, contrast; subscribe, provide
.

and /3dAAu toj put by the side of, com!

Avnrrp!crdw -C>, i. -daw, (fr. avri against, and -tpicTrdu to distract) to or draw av;ay to a distract,

to
;

to

loss ; to decoy, ensnare, surround. expose, en- Avrt7T<ia'e-Oai, per. inf. pass, of av-

contribute,

.

2

f.

ind. act. avrt-cpa.

oppose.

/3aXui,

1

pi. -/JaAoE/Jc.
-iis,
fi,

Ai-rtirirrw,
(fr.

f.

airtnr&cii). p. avrt-

Avrificdicrarai, 3

sin. pres.

pass, of
instead,

.vr(7rapaf3oA)j,

Avn/i0trr7;fa,

(fr.

avrt

and

[jizQicrrifit

to

substitute) to

put in place
transpose.

of,

change places,

avrt in turn, AvrtiicAt'^w, (fr. to modulate) to play in^sAt'^u)
.

and

-fTTTUKa, (fr. avri against, and -j'rrru to fall) to /aW wpon, rush -iipu^dAAw a comparing, comparison, pare) .t, assault; to resist, struggle with. proportion; contrast, opposition. and A: rcrA^po'w -5, f. -waxo. (fr. avrt in f. -<i>, (fr. same, r;aya>, to produce) to render turn, arid irA^pow to fill) to ,/w/Trapa'yo)
avri
against,

and

to

com-

music against. and AvTipcrao\fl, -rjs, >;, (fr. same, an expra/3dAAu to change) change ; an alteration; change,
:lay

up,

back, recompense, repay ; to draw marshal, array, march a(fr.

.///,
[

plete,

accomplish ; to perfect, comfinish; to fill up, supply,

gainst, attack.

equip,

man.
-aj,
f.

vrt-apaKa\tu,
poJcoXlu
differently,

same, and

r.a-

vnzvtw
(fr.

to exhort) to persuade

cvri against,
to

-tc"W, p. -t>ca, and rrfw to
to stop,

reverse.

Avrt/urp/u -w,

f.

-^cu, p.

-r,Ka, (fr.

advise otherwise, or against, dissuade.
,.vri~apacK.vu^o[jtai, to prepare) to g-f
(fr.

breathe)

blow against;
r/,

stay, detain.

same, and jurp/w to measure) .to measure Lack, mete out in return, repay terbalance.
;

same, and

rn-roia, -a$,
Urt'-voo?
-OUST,

(fr.

last)

an ad17,

verse, or contrary

wind.
(fr.

to proportion, coun-

eddy, prepare, provide (^

-<5ou -ou, 6,

\.vri-apac%uv, 2
r),

a.

inf.

act.

of

Avrt>tfios, -au, 6,
ut'/^of

(fr.

same, and
to

same) blowing against ; adverse, boisterous, of warring winds.

a mimic,

th.

[iiufOfiai

resemimitate) imitative of, like, Subs, a bling, formed after;
rival.

i.vrtTrapardco'a), or

Avrt/jio-0/a, "
;

-aj, /, (fr. same, and price) hire, rcirard, recom-

r,Att.-Wf,i), (fr. Avn-Olld) -U}, f. -IJ<7to, (fr. HVTt next) 6oft/e array, line of battle. against, and xoiitt) to do) to act -rrw, (fr. avri against, set up against, resist; to act in turn ; to against, and r:apardcaw to array) make, or become like ; to to oYau> t/p, or marshal troops, resemassimilate,

prepare for action.
^o/^at, " '1^

ble;

Avniroifouai

-ovpat,

to

pense, compensation', retnoutwn,

punishment.
b.rripvriorc.v(j}, (fr.

jmt, a vrt against, anc court) to woo, o

(fr.

avrirapc\i.vcoover against, and

f.

claim, challenge, sert, vindicate.

demand ;

to as-

jn 7/oTv<i>

to

zapipxouai on the other

to pass by) topass by side, turn cut of the

Am-otV'?,
last) zeal,

-tos,

Att. -ao?, f,, (fr. earnestness; a claim,

court in rivalry.
Avrt'^oX-oj, -ou,
/ioX->j
6, #, (fr.

way
same, anc
sad.
doleful,

;

to conic

upon,

surj.,,

demand;

assertion, vindication.

a
;

song)

mournful
Avri^oi'w,

(fr.

lulling, soothing. 'w same, and

t<

rasp)

6e contrary, or against oppose, differ, disagree, pres. inf
to

-ao/^w Avrtrotor/mo?, pres. par. mid. vrL~'icf%w, (fr. same, to display) to allow, afford, or cont. ofavrtTTou'w. give in turn, repay, requite. Avrt-oAt/u'w -w, f. -fjcdi, (fr. avr? 2 a. act. pf Ai7i-rapF;A0ov, -?, -, against, and rdAf/^o? war) to wage war against ; to fight, or (fr. avrt instead, and' struggle against, resist.

and

act. avrt|otv -fTv. to entreat) to beg an ex- AvrnroAfutoj, and A't:ro'A/io$' > -ou, Ttapirjui Avri^ooj, -ou, 6, //, (fr. same) cross change, offer, or promise one 6, fj, (fr. same) a foe, enemy, adgrained, discontent, adverse; opthing for another. versary. a man'? AvrtTToAty, -toj, Att. -tw$, ij, (fr. Avri a?, -a, 6, Antipas, posite, contrary. name. avrt against, and rtJAtj a city) o Avrt'ov, -o;, rb, (fr. avri against) weaver's beam ; a mast, spar. n'v al city. 7% Antipatris, a Avrcrarptf, -ifAvrt'ov,

(neut. fTfr mf-tiiis!

of next) opposite
(>;'

/'if 'n>'jr'~ini

city. a. Avrt-arptCi AiT/Tjroos, -of, 6, (55)
'

Ai'rt'ropof, -or, 8,
(fr.

ft,

(fr.

%,

a,r

against,

and

irtfpu

avrt ovef to pass) op

ANT
posite,

ANT
6,
ij,

ANT
(fr.

on

the other side ; g. Ion. Avriffrofjiog, -ou,

avri

fleeting,

and thence exhibiting a

against, and <rro>a the mouth) avr7ro'po<o. Avriirovg, -oooj, 6, >;, (fr. same, opposite, facing. and oug the foot) with opposite, Avriffrparevofiai, f. -uo"o^at, p. AVor contrary steps ; feel towards (fr. rcffrpdrtvuat, same, and feet ; pi. the antipodes. <rrparvw to war) to make war

'similarity

of form, responsive, corresponding, like; figurative, In neut. an antitype, typical. or fulfilment of a type.
-ois, -oi,

AVTITV^OI^I,

2

a. opt. act.

AvrtTrpdrrw,

f. of avrjruy^avu. against. -w, p. -%a, (fr. avri against, and :rpaVo-u> to act) AvriffTpaTEvd/jtevog, -rj, -ov, par. avrt instead, and^aw Avri(j)d<i), (fr. ' to to kill) to slay in place of anopres. mid. of last. do, or act against, resist, opand ther. pose. Avr(CTparo7r<5uw, (fr. same, Ion. for last, inf, avni), crpardTTE^ov a camp) to encamp AvTitytpi^u, f. -(eta, (fr. avri aagainst, sit down before, besiege. gamst, and Qeplfa for <f>{pta to avri against, AvnV, (fr. Avr<tr^?v, 2 a. inf. act. bear) to go towards, meet, oppose ; and upi to go) to go out 2 pi. 2 a. impr. mid. of to match, compare with ; to set towards, Y/a0, towards, march out against, pres. out, proceed. uvrf'^w. inf. mid. av- Avrirayfta, -arog, rb, (fr. avri Dor. and Poet, for avrtirpouvai. pper. Avri<f>tpl!-ai,

rnrpofjeiv.

for Avrt7rpor;<rav, Att. avrtirpofjtiffav.

3

pi.

pper. mid. of last.
6,
17,

and rao-ffto to array) the 1 a. inf. of last. avTityeptaai, of battle, a body of troops in Av-Kptpopat, (fr. avri against, and to carry) to set out against, array, an army. (ptpw
against,
line
-/;, -bv, (fr. same) in array, marshalled ; adverse, repugnant; a general officer, com-

Avrnrp6a<j>trog, -ou,

(fr.

same, AvriTaKriKog,
to

and

irp6ff(j)Trov

the face) looking
oi/jer,

proceed to meet ; to resist, oppose; to attack, fight, pres. inf.'
,

towards, or a< eac/i face.
Avriirpwpoj, -ov, 6,

/ace

mander.
f/,

f.

-|o//a,

(fr.

same,

g,

-log,

to speak in turn, answer, reply ; same) an to echo. repugnance, reluctance; contraan prow. riety, opposition. Avrtyeeyna, -arc?, rd, (fr. last) echo. Avrnrru^a, -arog,rb, (fr. avrmTr- Avrirdaasrai, 3 sin. pres. ind. TU to fall against) ruin. pass. A7'rtra<ro"(5uvof, -77, -ov, Avn<f>i\fu -w, f. -i'jffw, (fr. avri in par. pres. pass, of turn, and 0Afw to love) to love Ivrtpfarifi -iog, Att. -wj, f], (fr. to

and rpwpa the prow) opposite the prow ; the prow towards ; prow

Att. -EM?, ^ (fr. array, order of battle ;

in turn,

and 00fyyo/iat

(fr. avri to utter)

ovrt against, and to speak) pita contradiction ; condemnation,
sentence.
AvrifftjKioffig, -tog,

VTtrdffffOfjiai,

f.

raynai,
take

(fr. same) arms against ;

-%op.ai, p. avrtrfto set or

to

in return, or mutually. AvTt<f>i\oviKu) -w, f. -jjffo), (fr. avri disobey, against, and <pi\ovciKfu> to quar-

up,

same, and

o-?7*c(Jw

Att. -u>?, >/, (fr. to balance)
re-

counterbalance, compensation,

ward, requital.
Avriodfvrjg,
-tog,
b,

Antisthencs,

a man's name. AVTI jraw -w, (fr. avri against, and ffirdia to draw) to .drag against,
resit; to

rebel ; to resist, rel) to scold, wrangle, dispute. avrl against, and Avr/0tXoj, -ou, 6, Antiphilus, a (fr. to stretch) to stretch, strive, man's name. or strain against, resist ; to repay, Avrt^dvof, -ou, o, 7, (fr. avri in return. turn, and 66vog slaughter, th. vrircvvw, f; -w, p. -Ya, (fr. avrt 0fvw to kill) shedding blood for

mutiny, vnrdvia

rnvw

tear

away;
a.

to divert,

turn away.
Avricrrag, par.

2

of avQiffrr/ni.

vrtrtOijiii,

AvTiffTacrig, -to?, Att. -(05-, ;/, (fr. same) resistance, opposition;

faction, party ; hardship, asperity ; adversity, misfortune.
Avriaratniarrjg, -ou, 6,
(fr.

turn, and $uruw to plant) to avri against, and plant in place of, propagate anew, sow over again. place against ; riOnfii to set) to set up instead of, replace ; to AvTi<pwv(u> -u>, f. -fjcu>, (fr. same, and (puvfw to speak) to speak in set before, serve up ; to repay,
(fr.

equally, and TEU^W to make) to even, or like ; to liken, to resemble, be like ; to become, be changed into.

make equal,
assimilate ;

blood, atoning murder for murder ; avenging, retributive. f. , -uau>, (fr. avri in

to

last)

one

recompense, retribute ; to resist, oppose ; to set against, compare,

turns,

reply,
to echo.

answer;

to

sing

with

;

of an opposite party, a demagogue; factious. AvTiararfb) -, (fr. same) to be of
to hinder,

another parly ; to resist, oppose embarrass.
inf.

;

Avrtarrjvai,

AvriarrjTe,

2

pi.

2 a. impr. act. ofavflfor^jut. tion, pay for it. Avricm'ipiyna, -urog, rd, (fr. next) a stay, staff, support, prop. iriro^iog, -ou, b, f], (from same, and to cut) alleviating, avrl against, and Avriarr/pigij), (fr. Tf^vw to fasten) to prop, supassuaging. errripi^d) port ; Avri<TTt]pio[iai, to lean Avrirop/w -<5, f. -i/crw, (fr. arri upon. through, and roprw to bore) to bore through, pierce, penetrate. -w, (fr. same, and a rank) to be opposite, Avrirog, -ov, b, ft, Sync, for avrtfront, face.

estimate; to consecrate, Avrufxavri, -rig, ft, (fr. same) a reply, vrirtfjidw -5, (fr. avrt in turn, and answer, response, echo. to honour) to regard, re- AvTi%pdu> -w, (fr. avri instead, and rijjtdd) vere; to pay due respect; to %paw to lend) to suffice, supply, treat according to rank, or worth. furnish ; to be adequate, or answerable for. Avrtr/u, (fr. avrt in turn, and rl<a to pay) to repay, suffer retribu-log, Att. -Uf, f], (fr.
AvTi%pr/fft.g,

same) a loan. avri aAvri^pitTTog, -ov, b, (fr. an gainst, and xpioroj'anointed) of the anointed, adversary opposer of Christ ; Antichrist.
Avriwdtjvai, 1 a.
inf.

pass, of av-

AvrX?v, pres. inf. act. cont of rtroj, (fr. avrm'w to repay) re- AvrXfw -w, f. -jjo-w, p. fivr\r,Ka, (fr. an avrXoj a sink) to draw, pump; to quited, repaid, punished; expiaAvriaroi%ia, -ag, r\, (fr. same) tory, cioning. empty, exhaust ; to spend, waste, arranging, or being arranged to linger, drag, shed, spill; opposite, contrary array; mo- Avrirvy%dvw, (fr. same, and ruyor draw out. 1 a. ind. tfvrXi)tion in the same direction, paral%avu> to be) to happen, come, or be in place of, change, alter ; to lel movement. aa. meet with, encounter. 1 f. ind. 'AvrXr/, -ng, f,, Poet, for a'vrXof. Avrtffroi^og, -ov, b, f), (fr. same) mid. avrtrsu^ai. per. ind. pass. AvT\r/fjia, -arog, TO, (fr. avrXo? opposite, contrary ; on the far a well) a bucket, pitcher, pail ; side; fronting, facing. Or, (fr. avrirtrvypai. pper. pass. avrr~

avri

equally) equal, even, level,
(fr.

rvy/jDjv,

-o,

-/cro.

a pump.
1

similar, parallel.

AvricTofywj, sides, face

last) on contrary

AvrtruTro?, -ou, 6, //, (fr. same, and AvrXjjorai, 1 a. inf. ruirrw to strike) striking back, -arw, 2 pi. -are,

'AvrXj/ffov, a. impr. act.

to face.

repelling ;

adverse,

hostile ; re-

of avrX*.

ANT
ArrAiov, -ov, rt, (fr. next) a bucket. ' AvrAoy, -on, 6, a u-e#, sin*, pump ; water ; a i/ie TwW q/" a /;>,. ii^e
tafe,
\i7oiicodo(ji{ii)

ANT
and V7rt50vvoj accountable) not Avw,
sible ;
(fr.

ANn
ava up) upwards, above;
antecedently.
before,
article, it, the

and oiKoco^iu to build) or fortify again* ; to
repair.

things above. stream, whirlpool, with- i.vw, 2 a. sub. act. of aviripi. -w, (fr. avri instead, Aw7rni0ui<ws, (fr. last) freely, out restraint, independently. to frm'W, Avwya, Ion. for jjvwya, per. mid. of avwyw. for rebuild, A.wir6caros, Dor.
A.wirdoT}Tos,-ov, b, fa (fr. a neg.
,

amenable, answerable, or responabsolute, independent ; that has not accounted.

With

the

what

is

above; he, she,

and

tuyator, for
-u>, ro,
(fr.

awyov.
TO,

AvroA>),

-ffr,

Poet, for avaro\fj.

trocfw to shoe) unshod, without Avwyov, -ov,
shoes, barefoot.

'Avroftai,
Tnee/,

(fr.

ovraw
to

to

meet)
to

to

dvta

/ace,
to

encounter;

plicate, entreat ;

assist, help,

succour;
pres. pass.

make

meet, fold,

sup- AvujrotoToj, -ov, 6, fa (fr. a neg. and ds-d under, and o/w for 0fpco to carry) intolerable, unsufferable.

the ground)

and Att. A.vw-ytuv above, and yrj an upper room, or

chamber.
vwyf'w -w, see ovdiyw. .vuyndi, and by Sync. Avco^Ot. pres. impr. of same as avwyu. .vwyrifii,

double. avrduevat, fern. pi. par.

wirdKpiros, -ov,
(fr.

b, fa

(fr.

a neg.

A.vTop%louai,
opvlo/jLai

avH

in turn,
to

to

dance)
to

and dance to,
in.

and vnoKpivonai
out

to pretend) tmro-

or in turn;
par.

set, figure,

dissimulation, candid, ingenuous.
6,
;/,

unfeigned,
(fr.

pres.

mid.

avrop%t6fitvo$
p.

w7To//dv7TOf, -ov, and v-ofifvu to
ble,

same,

endure) intolera6, fa (fr.

5, f. -)7<rU,

8d\fjiTiKa,
o<f>6a\/jid j

(fr.

avrt against,
to eye,
;

aVTU0and

unsufferable.
-ov, to

vvirovdijros,

same,

the eye )

look in the face in mind ; to

wind

luff, ; to strive, struggle

face, to watch, keep bear up to the

andv-ovow
cious,

suspect) unsuspi;

Lvwy//a, -u -xrai, per. pass. Av(f>y//voj par. per. pass, of avotyw. Avtuyov, -?, -, Ion. for ^vwyov, imp. or 2 a. act. AvtSyw, -j?j, -;;, 2 a. sub. of aviiyw. of >yo5v, Ion. for ;vwyovv, imp.
,

unguarded
;

unawares,

against,

unexpected. nv-orros, &IK! Ai v~o-rruTOf, -or,
6, fa (fr.

endeavour.
Avrpidj, -doos,
b, fa (fr.

same, and v7r6Vro//a<,

or

Avwyw, f. -(w, p. yjvuva, Avwyrw, and Avwyij//i, to bid, order, command^ charge, enjoin ; to persuade, prevail on ; to exhort, encourage ; to permit, allow. 1 a.
Avo><5vvfa,
-a?, fa
(fr.
;

dvrpov a

living in caverns ; a troglodyte ;ofa cave. 'Avrpo0v (fr. next) out of, or from

cave)

vTTonrfvw to suspect) unsuspecting; unexpected, unforeseen. ft'TToVTwj, (fr. last) without suspicion, frankly. wjroVrdros, -ov,
6, fa (fr.
a.

next) ease,
relief, alle-

a cave, den.
'Avrpov, -ov, -b, acave, den, cavern.
A-vrpuicns, -EOS -ovs, b, fa
(fr. last)

neg.

freedom from pain
viation.

and

full of caves, dens, or holes, hollow, caverned. 'Avrpw, Dor. for dvrpov, g. sin. of

vQicTTipi to withstand) irrcunsubstan A.VUCVVOS, -ov, b, fa sistible, intolerable; o(5vv7 pain) free tial, unreal.

rev.
'Avrvf, -vyoj,
fa the front

of the an-

VV-OTUKTOS, -ov, b, fa (fr. same, not painful, mild. and virordaaw to subdue) not subject; not submissive, disobe- Avu<5t'vwy, (fr. last) at ease, without pain. dient, refractory, disorderly.
vvo-d/iav, Dor. for r/vvadurfv, 1 a. ind. mid. Avv<ras, 1 a. par. act. of a

and (fr. a neg. from pain ; alleviating, assuaging, sedative ;

cient chariots; the upper edge, or rail of the front ; in pi. the extremities of the rail which form-

Avu0v,
above
;

(fr.

dvw

above) from

from

the beginning, ori-

ed two hooks for holding the ; hook: fixed to the driver'? teat for the same purpose ; a
reins

vvalepyos, -ov, b, fa
finish,

(fr.

awu

to

and fpyov work) studious,
anc
to

gin, or first rise; again, anew, as before. With a prep, the top, upper part. With the pi. article, ancestors, forefathers;

diligent, laborious, active.
vvcftp.os, -ov, b, fa AvvoTi/cfis,

time,

border,

edge, circuit, circumfe-

or things past.

revotttfon, period. A.vrvirovpyuv, Ion. ir av0ujrovpyTV, pres. inf. act. oiav0v7rovpyfw.

rence

;

a

Awrt(coj, -}, -ov,
finish) effective,

(fr.

an'oi

Avw0f w -w,

f.

avoj0^o-(o,

and avw<rw,

effectual, effica-

cious ; useful, beneficial,

advanad-

(fr. ava up, and wBiia to push) to force or drive up; to push cr

AvTu>0u>
<iidfti>

~<3, (fr. avrj

against,
to

and

tageous.
WO-I'/JOK, (fr. last) effectually ;

'thrust

forward
a. act.

;

to

repulse,

reinf.

to drive) to drt;e, rush, or
;

pel.

1

iM. wvao-a-

struggle against

brust back,

vantageously.
Avvo-fj, -toj, Att. -Wf, fa (fr. avvw to finish) perfection, finishing

repel ; to resist, oppote.

avu<rat, and avu0^<rac 1 a. ind. mid. avuadpriv inf. av&oaoQaf
V(j}0^(7t?,

AvTuxnj, -to?, Att. -fa?, fa (fr. last) a repulse, resistant, struggle. Avv/3pj<rroj, -ov, 6, fa
vftpis
(fr.

completion

;

progress,

improve-

par. avwffd/uvo?. -0f, Att.
last)

-<?,

fa
rise,

(fr.

ment
aaeg. and

;

advantage,

benefit, utility,

a forcing upwards,
;

de-

service.

votion

a driving away, repul.
next) unawares, uncx-

insolence) civil, obliging, affable ; safe, or free frm suU.

vvo-aas, a. act.

Poet, for avvaras, par. of avvu.
-ov,
b, fa (fr.

1

sion, resistance.

AvwtffT?,
to

(fr.

words,

avvw

A-vvopost -ov, b, fa

a neg. and t'Cup water) without water, dry ;
(fr.
1

finish) possible, practicable, prac- Avwtoro?, -ov, b, fa (fr. a neg. to think) unthought tical ; easy, ready ; that must be oiofiai
done'.

and
of,

unwashed, unpurified. AVV^ES, Dor. for 7/vvf(v,

unexpected, unforeseen.

pi.

imp

act. of AW/JI, same as avt'w. Awirapffa, -a?, fa (fr. o neg. am to be) ntn-existence vxdpx<i)

dissolution, destruction,

'Awov,

rum. -, Ion. or Dor. fo Avvw,'A.Ki>, or 'Awut, f. Avvuv, -ovaa finov, imp. act. frvvKfL, to accomplish, of avvu. -ov, par. pres. act perfectjimsh, complete
-EJ,

for 1 a. pass, AVVTO, Dor. for ^vvro, imp. pass vwt^Tjv, avw^;0i7v, of avoiyo). ofdvu/ifor pper. pass, of a ww ava up, and v^<5a> AvwA^po?, -ov, 6, fa (fr. a neg. and i fyOb) -w, (fr. to raise, th. vi|/os height) to lift dXe0poj destruction) undecaying, unfading, imperishable, everlasthold, or raise up ; to elevate, exset up. alt ; to rear, ing.
avvcti),
effect
; ;

p
t

Avw^aAj'o, -as, fa (fr. next) umvenness, roughness, inequality ; irregularity
6//aA6s
;

to

avai

anomaly.
(fr.

serve,
virip

beyond, and /3dAAu> t throw) insuperable, impassable
invincible.
-ov, b, j% (fr.

fulfil,

assist, profit ; to discharge; to

execute, Av(if/aAo5,-ov, 6, fa

a neg. and

expend,

consume;
arrive at
;

to attain, obtain, get, to accelerate,

smooth) uneven, rough, unequal, irregular, anomalous.
(fr. next) without without KWf

hasten,

VwrnJSihoc,

a

ne
(57)

Avwfori,

an oath,

H

AS!
-ov, b, f>, (fr. a neg an< to swear) without swear

ASl
to love) tpacu beloved.
lovely, amiable
,

AOP
3
sin.
,

1

a.

sub. act.
1
f.

8

sin.

ind,

ing; unsworn,
to

unadjured,

no

obliged of A%ivr/, ->t}$, fi, an axe, hatchet. A.VWV, -ovaa, -ov, (pres. par. aVw or avvu) finishing, conclu^odavjiaoTos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. d%io<
sive ; Jilting, expedient, proper.

swear.

{itvuai, Dor. for a^tovjiai, pres ind. mid. cont. of aftdw.

pass, of same.

tWi?,

-io?,

Att.

-wj,

$,

(fir.

a(ow to esteem) dignity, rank, influence, authority f greatness; a
claim, request, demand. 'Ao//at, 1 f. mid. of a'yw. 'A%ova, a. 'A^ovt, d. sin. of

worth,

and dav^d^a)

to admire]

neg. anc Avwvifyioj, -ov, 6, f], (fr. JEol for ovopa a name) dvvjjia,

wonderful,
,

admirable.

Comp
to

d!-u>v.

anonymous, nameless
guished,
ignoble.
AviDpdiadrjv, -rjs,
.

;

undistinobscure,
6,
/;,

Ion. for aio0fdroj, -ov

'A;Xo?,

insignificant,

(fr.

same, and Sedopai

-rj,

1 a. ind.

pass.

of avop66u. Avwpia, -as, and Ion. avu>p(, -?f, unf], (fr. a neg. and &pa season)
seasonableness, unjitness, irregularity.

see) worth beholding, admirable splendid; worth considering, important. Comp. io0aTwr;pof

-ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and vXov wood) without wood, bare. Or, (fr. a intens.) with plenty of

wood, abounding in timber.
'Afw, -a?, -a, ind.
-ov, par. 1.
1
f.

by

Sync.

a(o0wrfpo?,
6,
//,

sup

act.

-wraroj.
fidXoyoj, -ov,
Xo'yos
(fr.

a.

impr.

act.

'AW, -ovaa, 'A.%ov, -aru, of <!yw, or of

same, an<
-ovoj, 6, an axle-tree ; u wheel; a rut, track, path; a board on which the punishment of criminals was written, and laws published. AoiSav, Dor. for ot<5wi>, g. pi. of
,

Avtiaat, Ion. for avo7aai, the

same

speech) praiseworthy, me worth menrilGriou!>., splendid,
tioning
;

as avtvtyKai,
0f'pw.

1 a. inf. act.

ofava-

estimable, worthy.

Av&crat,
1

1 a. inf. act.

AvuHracrdai,
Avtaad/jievos,

anc ^(d/ja^of, -ov, 6, /;, (fr. same, to fight) warlike, brave

pd%d[tai

a.

inf.

mid.

par. 1 a. mid. of avtidw, or -diu.
Avu>TepiKo$, -ti, -bv, (fr. next) upper, higher, farther.
Av(i>repo$, -a, -ov,

intrepid ; a match, worth fighting with.
t-tovlKos, -ov, b,
viKrj
f),

an equal

,

aot<5os,

or

aottir/.

same, anc Ao5i), (fr. victory) deserving of victory
(fr.

-rjs,

and Dor.
to sing)

Ao*<5tt, -as,

%,

acted)

a song, tune,
sing;
to

(comp.
(fr.

fr.

dvw)

meritorious.
ftOTTio-rta,

higher, loftier

;
)/,

above, before.

Avw^tX^a,

-aj,

next) inuli-

-as, rj, (fr. next) good authority, credibility; assurance,

d. pi. Ion. aotfifjci', Aoidtdu -wj (fr. last) to

ode.

celebrate.
,

lity, uselessness, worthlessness. Avw^fX^f, -/ os -ouf, 6, i;, (fr. a neg.

and 6$i\os use)
fitable,

useless,

unproTO

-ov, o, ft, (fr. same) sung certainty, faithfulness. ffdTTtoros, -ov, b, fi, (fr. next, anc of, celebrated ; famed. TriffTis faith) trustworthy, deserv- Aoifibs, -ov, b, (fr. same) a singer,

worthless.

In neut.

ing credit;

credible; faithful,

av(ii<p\f$, unprofitableness.

Avw(p\(os, (fr. last) unprofitably, to no purpose.

probable, specious, likely. AJ-ios, -a, -ov, worth, either

much

or

little

;

Avw^a,

Av^fljjv, pass, of avoiyw. 'AvuxQi, -%0w, by Poet. Sync,
avuyrjOi,
->/rw, 1

per. act.

1 a.

precious ; deserving

worthy,
;

valuable, estimable, meritorious,
fair,
fit,

Adj. songster; a bard, poet. tuneful, harmonious, musical. riKriTos, -ov, b, %, (fr. a neg. and to inhabit) oiKf<i> uninhabited, deserted, wild.
AOIKOS, -ov, b, i'], (fr. same, and oTKO$ a house) houseless, forlorn,
destitute, poor. Aoivos, -ov, b, ri, (fr. same, and olvos wine) without wine.

suitable

for

equitable, equivalent, comparable,

and 2

impr. of avwyr/m,
'A.^aifi.1,

sin. pres. same as avu>-

a matchfor.
last) worthiness, worth, value, merit, desert. 1 cont. pres. ind. act. pi. \.%iovji.t.v,
^i6rns, -TITOS,
f),

(fr.

-ais, -at, 1 a. opt. act of

AOKVOS, -ov,
6Kvos
LoXXf'oj

b,

fj,

(fr.

same, and
active ;

dyvv/jti,

or dyia.
I

At-tovv, pres. inf. act. cont.
a.

sloth)

diligent,

'A^aj, -aaa, -av,

par. act. of

dyw.
'Afr, pres. impr. of dfa, Poet, for dyu) or for dl-ov, 1 a. impr. act.

A(ovo-0wo-av, 3 pi. cont. pres. impr. pass, of atdo>. , -to, 6, ft, Ion. and Att. fioVp r~ and ^ptwj debt) (fr. dl-ios worth,
able to pay, solvent;
creditable

bold. quick, ready ; courageous, -w, (fr. afXX)f crowded"/ to gather, assemble, crowd, fiock

together.

of dyu.
'Afci, 3 sin. 1
ind. act.

AoAX?;<V,
crowds.

(fr.

^ame) together, in
>/,

of dyw.

'A%cia, -a?,

-, ^Eol. for d^aifm, 1 a. or dyw. opt. act. of uyvvpi,

useful, Jit, competent. itdu> -u, f. -wffo), p.

I
<ovs, 6,

jj|tai*ca

(fr

AoXX)j, -joy
der,

in close or;

same)

to

'A!-evo$,nd Poet. 'Afai'oj, -ov, b, a neg. and fvoj a stranf), (fr/
ger)/^ inhospitable,

worthy ; proper ;

reckon rate, esteem, to think right, fit, or

in d/nse

array

crowded,

collected, afsemblcd,

savage, wild.
(fr.

'A%c<jro$, -ov, b,

ft,

same, and

A#,

|r> to scrape) unpolished, rough. -as, and Ion. A^irj, -r/s, ft,
(fr.

same as aoXXfo). to account, accept as loXA('w, a neg. and deserving. At-idopai -ov/Jtai, to AoTrXoj, -on, b, fi, (fr. on\ov arms) without arms, undemand ; to claim, require, armed, defenceless ; not equipdare, presume ; to deign, vouchsafe,
7}%iov

condescend.
-ovv'
1

Imp.
r)%(<i)Ga'

ind.

dio$ worthy) rank, dignity,
;

a.

sub.

ped, not Aop, -posi

harnessed.
o,

a sword.
>h
(fr.

worth, estimation
merit, desert.

value, esteem

;

afiwffor inf. a^i&eai' pres. impr.

pass.
6, ^,

3

pi.

Aopama, -as, bpdw to see) a%iovv8<jjaav per.
f.

a neg. and

blindness, darkness.

Afiayacroj,

-ov,

and

ayd^o/jiai

to

(fr. same, admire) admi-

pass.

1 a. rj^t&dnv. 1 rii-iwuai'

5roj, -ov, 6, ft, (fr. same) invinot to be seen ; blind, not sible,

rable,

wonderful.

A^iaKovffTos, -ov, b, %, (fr. same, and OKOVW to hear) worth hear-

-aros, ro, (fr. last) worth, value, merit ; dignity, authority,

seeing.
tpdriiis,

(fr
ft,

weight,
request
;

consequence

;

a claim, Aopia,

-as,

(fr.

same) invisibly. same) darkness,

ing, memorable, remarkable, fa-

a sentence, sentiment ;
ff,

blindness.

mous.
A%iaKo6aTos, -ov,
5,
>;,

a proposition, axiom.
(fr.

same,

^KjifiaTtKos, -ov, 6,

(fr.

last)

undeterAopiaT'jtivtd, (ft. adfHoroc to be undecided ; to hesi-

mined)

ana

aicpodopat to hear) tention; attractive, alluring, enticing.

worth at-

tate. placed in authority, authorized, to be empowered, qualified ; dignified, AopurTiopai -ovjuai, (fr. same) boundless, extend, stretch out. grand, venerable, awful ; asking,

A^ianrjyrjros, Ion. for al-iaQf/yriTos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. same, and a<j>nylopai to relate) worth relation, me-

wf,

(fr.

afioj worthy) worthily,

AopiffTta, -as, fi, (fr. same) infinivastness ; genety, endlessness,
rality,

morable, famous.
?,

suitably, proportionally. Atw<raa, -as, -t, JE>o\.
u(,
1

vagueness.

Aopjort'/coj,
(fr.

-on, 6,

f;,

(fr.

same, and

a. opt.

of

rt

a neg.

and Adpioros, -ou, 6, 17, and opos bounds)

(58)

AHA
boundless, infinite, indefinite, undefined,

AIIA
URT. par. per. pass, ar^ypiumf-

AHA
self away, depart.
I

a. ind.

?;-

voj. pa' impr. aTapov, -arw inf. QTT^1 a. inde- Airay/>/a)<rif, -toy, Att. ->?, 17, (fr. pai. per. pass, axjipuai. AoptVruj, (fr. last) infinitely, pass. 7T?jp0?7V sub. airo^w, -^f, last) rusticity, mildness ; savagefinitely, generally. and doness, rase f exasperation. ? 'Aopvoj, -or, 6, >/. (fr. neg. vis a bird) unfrequented by birds ; kitdyxta, f. array^u), p. dr^y^a, fr. 'Airais, -atAoj, &, f,, (fr. a neg. and ira?f a child) childless, barren. am> intens. and y^w, which see. impassable, or inaccessible. and tfie to-^-c artery, the pres. pass, airdy^o^at. 1 f. mid. A.-traic'tos, -ov, b, f), (fr. same, AopTv), -jjf, 1 a. mid. aorta ; a chiai'crjoj lucky) unfortunate, unarayc'ofc".

^

.

-rjpoy, 6,
1,

(perhaps
'

fr.

a'op

a

.

ill-o:nened~unpropitious.
f.

and

Trjoiw to

kn
;
j

Ardyw,

suspender, by which a sword, shield, pouch, or scrip is hung a string, strap, belt, girdle, brace,
~

>

ibbard.
j

off",

(fr. aro from, rush) to sally forth, dart out, rush, or hasten away. carry, bring cff\ or m:-ay ; to back; to call A-fiirtl, 3 sin. cont. pres. ind. ArraiTJi, 2 sin. pres. impr. cont. divert, turn m

p. rtr?}v, (fr.

oro

An-at<T<7(i),

su,

from, and dyw

to lead

)

and

o'lVo-w to

d. pi.

'Aopr, 3
ur/v,
Aoffcrf'w

Poet, noprrjpeffct. sin. of aopfir/v, for
pass, of

rj[p-\

pper. atlpu. -u, (fr. a neg. and 6caa\ voice) to help readily, assist without being called, succour.
\

of ?. ; to leafl, tend, incline to ; aro intens. and conduct, carry to prison, pu- Arcurt'w -w, (fr. airi',) to ask) to beg of, entreat, &c. ; to pay, render. nishment, demand back, 2 a. firTyyov' Att. a-i'r/nyov request ; to claim,
to

Aotro-TjrJjp, -ifpaf>

<>,

(fr. last)

ajready\
\

assistant, willing helper, protector,

require. impr. a~dyay* par. a~aydy<av' Aratrjjff/f, -ics, Att. -Wf, ^, (fr. per. pass, a-r]yi(ni, -1-at. a. pass, a-rrf'^dnv' inf. a~a%6rjlast) a request, entreaty, prayer: exacvat. requisition, nand,
-

favourer.

'Aovroj, -OD, 6, ft, (fr. a neg. and ovrdu) to wound) unhurt. Or, (fr. of? an ear) without ears.
A.o^\T)aia.

AraycoyJ), -rjs, f], (fr. last) carrying, or drimn
tivity ; tribute.

tion.
>,

f.

-<7w,

payment,

contribution,
;.a

frr,

(fr. same) demand.
fr.

to

cr-

-n?, fi, (fr. next) ease, Affa^fw -5, (fr. pallity, retirement. please) to
'

n neg. and aotw to
<--iiisfy,

-w, ichsee.

arrd intens. a:ad

-raj,

Poet, for aKarairdA^r.<,

f,

-OD, 6, to

fi,

(fr.

disturb)
(fr.

a neg. and undisturbed,
6ty

disgust.

unmolested, tranquil.
'Aoi//, -OTTO?, 6,
>$,

same, and

the

eye,

th.

drrouat
before
for

to see)

-w, (fr. aro from, and acitfd) to injure) to ur, fraud, rob, detain ur. -loc, >/, (fr. ard from afar,
'*>
.

b,

r,,
;

(fr.

a neg.

MX)1 for

arms)

unpractised

in public

exercises.

ifoifi.

and t^w

to see) fliought
.

;

think-

:,fiifv,I)^r. for araAaA/CE?]',
:nf.

Ar', for a ^o, vowel.
J,
A - -tt.

a

smooth
spirit.
It

of

a-rrfyw. chieiiy used in this form in 2 ". ind. Ard,

Ar'J-^u, (fr. same, and aow or ar/cw the to sing) to sing false, ??.
is

ar'.j'ayjv impr. -fru, 2 pi. -J'r r
.

cord
to

;

to disagree, differ.
:n,

keep to off, or from / beat, drive back ; to repuhe, repel, turn aiuay ; to

aA'A*w

as-o from, (fr. :j, for /\>.-/w to help) to

and

and asipw
qff\

-a?,

;,

(fr.

next)

r?eu-s,

take)

to

carry

guard, save, protect, pres. opt. i\KOtjJ.l, -0f, -Ot.

tidings.

An-oyyAAw,
y^Ava,
Aa<
(fr.

f.

arayy^Aw. aro from, and ayy/A-

to tell) to bring back word,

or

ansu?er,

cam/ new?, brin?
;

Ar3^,

tidings, report
ind.

to

>

tell,

.to take Ara'Ac/iroc, for Awa'A//of, -ov, o, fa (fr. a neg. and depart, go away. fr. -rro intens. and KiXdini the hand) hundless, awks u-art', artless; destitute, poor, 'o, which see. retched / inevitaJjle, -foj -owe, o, ^, (fr. neg. unavoi to suffer) unhurt,
'',

'

announce, publish,
;-

-

.

aff/JyyetAa-

impr. ar
.

free from h ', ? ; unmoved, undisturbed.

:<z<,fr.

ar3 intens. andaAasee.
-)/<7w, p. aTffi\yrjx.a.,

ouai,

which
-w,
f.

(fr.
-.

aryyAAd;vo?.
?.-

,

Arm^t.r.'a, !f , 7%
.

(fr.

next) i-rno7

same, and aAyfw to pine) to mourn, pine ; to despond,
.

,

yo,
tens.

impr. of a-rdyco, au-ai/ begone.
-/o? -of-?, o,
fi,

^nsible,
n."ss.

!cd,
i,
f.

or abandoned.
-^a>, p. ar^Ati^n,
a\ei<pt>i
(fr.

,-,

(fr.

a in.

and
le;

Or, (fr. firm, loose, fluid.
A.iraytvtuv, pres. Ion.
'

fix) irnpehard, compact, firm. a ne?. and same) ;<??inf.

5,

/,

(fr.

a neg. and
u

a~o from, and
e <#T,

to

wipe)

,

(educate)

6/o/ ou/, efface, oblite-

un

!

c!tered:u:fc'crnrd;rude,ilU.

rate.
.

/i',

impr. of

a-x.'!\nl>a,

1

of aopt.

;

fora-aycd.
1

and
j

-

r..,
,

,',,

(fr.

a ne^.

a. ind. act.

of

last.
6,

educate) un?<>.

:-;KO,

-ov,

^,

(fr.

a o
AM/CO?

a.

mid.

of'

educated, ill-brtd

;

priv.

aA/fw to avert, and

.

A-a- ArntVi'/trtt, or Aronivupai, (fr. aro ^, -ov, pass. -ca-aa, -or, act. par. pres. of from, and civvuni to take) to ta!;e m'-ny, carry r>ff; to plundeprive,
der, rob.
A77vttp50f'u>, !on.

not evil) incurable, irremediable; to be saved, past recovery ; doomed, fated.
.

-tvtrw,

p. -mica, fr.

Arayoon'w. f. -(5<ra>, (fr. nro from, and ay-jpa'o) to declare
ape?if, to prohibit,

fir-)

intens.

and aA^0fuw, which

for

wwn
to

a$aipcOu,

1 a.

see.
:ipuh'os, Att.
r.-7j,

out,
to

or ex/r

sub.

forbid, hinder, stop,
;

stay, debar

refuse, renounce,

pass. Aratp(ff9ai, Ion. for (HpatpelffOai, pres. inf. pass. Ion. and Att.

Gx

par!

per.

pass,

deny;
A~aypio<j>
tens.

plead in defence, or
f.

Araipep^fjios,
cii>;p>7,'!fi'o?,

for

par. per.

pa?s.

venial, excuse.
-oi,

-y, -ra<, 1 f. mid. fr om, and d^npi, oA/w, or
:,

-wucj, (fr. OTTO into.
>

A.Traip'j),

f.

and aypoj the country) rusticate, grov) wild; to

-up<S, p. ~r;:iKa, (fr. arj

which

see.

from,
/j,'?,

and atpw to lift) or carry of; to tak

ii

-oT'uat, fr.

a-^ intens.

'?f'w,

or dA0a>,

which see.

AHA
'AvaXiag, -ov,
b,
(fr.

AHA
airaXbg ten-

AHA

AHA
mudedly,
gently.
inciu'i'itisiy, negtij,

A 11 A
completion ;
tit
<

AHE
whole,
act Affarwvres, n. pi. mas. cont. par. pres. act. of airardta.
1
i'.

entire.

Anapyta,

-as, $,

an

/lerb.

TrapTi'^d),

otrd from, 'A-rrapyita, -aroj, rb, (fr. and ap%r} the beginning) first

fruits, offerings. a Airopty^tipJTTo?, -ov, 6, # (fr. neg. intens. andey^/pfw to hanffapa

Airdrwp, -opos, 6, r,, (fr. a neg. eud rrar?pafather)/a*terkss, orphan. finish, perfect, ATravyaapa, -aro$, TO, (fr. aird from, mjdel, form f rt and avydfa to shine) splendour, to set, fit, replace; e ;
fc

-tau>, p. (frfiprtKa, (fr.

last; to join, untie
ft

put together,

<ide,

sha-e, apportion;

to

brightness, irradiation, effulgence.

dle)

beyond the reach of art
baffles

;

which

all

violable,

inaccessible,

attempts ; inunattaina-

ble; unparalleled, matchless inimitable ; complete, perfect.

Also, to A-avyrj, -rjs, f], (fr. same, and avyr} prepare, matte ready. make unequal, unbrightness) splendour, radiance, unrrrn. per. pass, arfjpeffulgence. 1 I. Airavcdu -w, f. -Jjffw, p. airt)v$r>Ka, TiCfLai' a~apricd>iffop and avcSdw to speak) (fr. same, -upTi^o;.:. -as, ^, (fr. same, and >,oyo$ account) a round sum to renounce, disclaim ; to forbid,

mint. interdict, prohibit ; to faint, fail. Airapcyxetptrw, (fr. last) beyond the power of imitation ; complete-\Airaor^c\'':;, pres. inf. axavcfv 1 a. act. -op, 6, (fr. arraprfa airnvCTjaa' par. airavsf/ffas, -aca, ly, perfectly. firiisfi) u completion, finishing, aro priv. and -av. perfecting. pf\ A-apiffKia, (fr. apccKM to please) to displease, dissa- Araoi aovuj, (fr. a-o from, andapt'w to AiravQaitd^Ofiai, fr. airb intens. to disapprove, reand av0a<$ia'to, which see. /, disgust; r.raw) to exhaust, drain, empty r take to appease. AiravOaoiuffOat, Att. for aTravflaotfrom, lessen, diminish. .{irapioKopai, more usually Arrapto obhge,deserv^. oefdai, 1 f. inf. mid. of soothe,moUify ; -^r,^, -ijs, >?, intens. and A~avQaciCo)iat, fr. aro intens. and b,fj, (fr. a neg. and %al, -wv, at, (fr. a-o
\
,

avQaci^ojiai, which see. ap%n the beginning) firs', fruits to offer first ATrav\i(cftai } and (fr. airo from, (fr. same) av\ic[iai to herd) to Amf, /oW, fruHs; begin with an offering. or lodge apart ; to separate, reand ap^r, the -fr, -r), 1 a. sub. pass, of ATra'p^u, (fr. same, same as a'p^w, and tire, withdraw. beginning) but also in mid. to 6*- Airav\6ovvos, -ov, b, !], (fr. same, -w, (fr. airb from, and AiraptOpib) dp%o[tat' and nvX^ a sheepfold) herding, make libations, 771 sacrificing, apiOpiu to count) to reckon up,

AirdpOcvo$,-ov,

maiden) not maiden,
;

without virginity

tainted,

de- Avdpxopai,

fiovxred.

count over,
A-apivrj,
arro
-r/?,

tell off".
fj,

pay, or
6, (fr.

offer the first fruits.
fr.

or lodging apart
ly, retired.

;

solitary, lone-

the herb burdock.

ArapKTtns, or Arap/aa?, -or,
the north

"Arras, -affa, -av, was, which see.
'

a intens. and

Airavfais,

-10$,

Att. - ws,

i/,

(fr.

from, and dpjcro? the north) "Atraaav, -at, cases of last. wind. Airaatuv, g. pi. Ion. of same.

same, and avfycis increase)
impairing.

di-

minution, lessening, weakening,

Atrapveonai,
to

(fr. same, and apv/o//<u deny) to refuse ; to renounce, abandon ; to resign, abdicate. 3 sin. 1 a. impr. A.tapvr/ffdc6<i),

raw

;, -ov, b, ft, (fr. a neg. and to feed) tfia* has not tasted,

Avavpa, Ion.
imp. of

for

airrjvpa,

3

sin.

fasting.

A

aoTpairrw,
lightning sparkle.
;

mid.
pass.

i,

-ri,-rai,
-rrat,

mid. 1

f.

Airapvr/ffOfiai ind. of last.

-ij,

from, and A^avpdia -u, (fr. aird from, and to lighten) to dart like avpa a breeze) to take away, to emz<, k< fiy ; to carry off ; to rob, despoil, imp.
(fr.

aro

airrjvpaov -tav.
irai-c-ros, -ov, b, JTOVU) to
i/, (fr. a neg. and cease) unceasing, incet-

a deArapvos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. last) nier, one who refuses, declines, or
renounces.
euros, -ov, b,
arid
fi,

rraorpaVrur, -ovca,-ov, par. pres. act. of last.
-w,
fr. OTTO

intens.

and

sant

;
;

(fr.

a nej.

which
j

see.
fr.

petual

endless, continual, pernot to be alleviated, or re-

rrapocctu
'le,

to pass through) impervious ; inacces-

-as, ^,

same, and
rravaruf,

aer^oXfa,

which see.

and Araror?,
o>, fr.
,

(fr. last)

fortified,
f.

fappdocu, mnd apdcGW to beat) to disturb, disorder, confound ; to overturn,
.>en ;

Aiidra, Dor. for airdrrj. Also Araimpregnable, -u, (fr. arb intens. ra, 3 sin. cont. pres. ind. act

incessantly, continually.

aro from, and
see.

A-ardrw, 3 sin. cont. pres. impr.
act.
1 a.

which

to

remove,

turn

Arar^fltts, -ftca, -tv, par. Arrarwv, par. pres. pass. act. cont. of

Tovvavftp, f. -i'ffw, (fr. same, and av^^v the neck) to cut the throat,
or neck, beliead.

,

and

Afrapprjfflaff-

A ardw

-w,

f.

-)/<7<o,

p. rj^drrtKa, to

-ov, 6,

?j,

cid^otiai

(fr. a neg. and to speak freely)

deceive, beguile, cheat ; to disappoint ; to seduce, lead into error.

A-ri<pu,

(fr.

touch)

ta

soothe, caress,
for

fearing

to speak, not

using freefi,

dom

;

servile,
:os,

mean, cringing.
Att._-,-a>s,
(fr.

pres. inf. act. cont. a-arav 1 a. act. Trxdrrioa, and Ion. a-drncra'

flatter, deceive.

OTO by, and a^r, the fondle; An ^Eolic word
aTrara'w,

used Poet,

which

sea pass. r/TrarrjQtjV par and art (fr. OTTO intens. and a<p, (fr. OTTO from, to foam) to or up pi^ta drtpQe without) apart, sepafoam, froth ; to work,fsment. f. -/^ira), at a distance. a~b from, (fr. rately, asunder, rrapTaw -w, and aprdu to hang) to hang up, A~firtS)v, -wvos, 6, (fr. arardu to A-!ra%6eis, -tlua, -Iv, par. Aira%or upon, to make depend on ; deceive) a deceiver, impostor. Brjvai, inf. 1 a. pass, of ajrdyw. to suspend, doubt ; to defer, de- Airdrr/, -vs, ft, (fr. same) deceit, ATra%6ris, -10$ -ous, 6, 17, (fr. a~b in',

to carry off) a packing setting out, departure.

A^dr cod

,

lay,

put off;
to

to

interrupt, break
set\

off;
apart.

withdraw, remove,

deception, fraud, imposition ; cheat, trick, artifice; seduction;

tens. [and dx,8os a load) heavy,

an er or,
(fr.

illusion.
1 a. inf.

weighty; burdensome, oppressive; troublesome, uneasy, offensive.
(fr.

Afdprf,

aro from, and aprj!
\

Arar^vat,
raw.

pass, of ara- A-axQlfa,

same)
to

to

oppress,

now) from this time, from henceOr (fr. dprtos whole) forth.
wholly,
entirely,
totally,

burden, overload ;
-n, -or,

annoy, in-

and

commode,
Aird^/af,

trouble, distress.
for 1

altoge-

-ov, b,

//,

(fr.

oTrardu to deceive) Ard^flo^ai, see A-/rt^6dvofiai.
Ion.
a(f>d\^af,

ther, clearly.

deceitful, fallacious, fraudulent,

a.

Airapria, -as,#, (perhaps fr. airalpu to carry off ) furniture, baggage,
^

provisions
( fr.

; equipage, si, aro intens. and a'pno? whole)

beguiling, seducing ; illusive, delusive, erroneous. A-d-rnct, Ion. for rjiraTrjffc., 3 sin.

cheating

;

par. of a^dsTo).

j

1

a. ind. act.

Airdrrjfftt,

3

sin.

i

Dor. for a-rtfa, 2 sin. 2 a. act. of airofiaiva. Airr^aXov, 2 a. act. of as-o/?rfAX.

(61)

ARE
(k.ir(j3r)v, -tis, ->?,

AHE
Air eft >i-

AriE

2

a. act.

AITE
Uage, extravagant;

ATIE
innumera-

AIIE

AHE
Air\ri\vB,

AIIE
per. ind

AHE

3

sin.

AHE
-oj, Att. -oj,
^,
(fr.

AIIE
2
pi.

a. ind. airijX0ov sub. airt\6u>'

act

Airecx6pnv,

2 a.

ind. mid.

to fasten) a /xtn^, or fastening; an inclination, lean-

inf.

avt\6eiv par. affX0uiv,
fern. airX0oCo-ai.

n.

7TfYa>ov, 2 a. ind. act.
1

of 0^0a.

ing, resting against, or depending upon; pressure, force, violence.

An-pf w
ny,

-ui,

f.

-/jffo),

p. aituar)Ka, (fr.
to

TfpVW. Affpwvs, -f'oj, Att. -/wj, 6, (fr. same, and ^pw/u to pass) one Airra^dpr v, -u, -aro, mid. of aTrordffffu). who hinders, stops, or prevents;
t

ind.
ot

airi priv.

and ep/w to say)

de-

a hindrance,

obstacle,
(fr.

AirTf'yy ro i 3
-,

sin.

imp. mid.
pass, of

shun

to decline, /or/jiff, refuse ; worn out, weary, ; to fail, be

Airpu>w -/,

or steal, glide,

sfrw/A:

same) to pass, away; to

1

a. ind.

airort-

decayed, impoverished.
JLiTtpiyevijros, -ov, b,
fi,

(fr.

a neg.

to surpass) not itfpiytvonai to be surpassed, or excelled ; in-

and

to hinder, desist, cease, stop ; prevent. Ion. for d<pt$, 2 a. impr. of A-?,
1

imp. of aTroriwuu, or
-u/it.

AT/rpayov, 2
,

a. ind. act. of a?ro-

vincible.

a. ind.
b,

of aT

AJTpJprro?, -ou, and jrp<opj'u> to
infinite.

6,

>/,

(fr.

same, Aittcas -avros,
,

Apesas, a man's
an-ftr/??;?,

3
tat.

pi.

cont.

imp.

name. limit) unlimited, unconfined; boundless, indefinite, Air<r/3as,
(fr.

pass, of a7rorpw7rdo//a(,

same as

Dor.

for

2

sin.

jf Airiaprjv, -r)$, -rj,

in

3

pi.

C?,

and

'

AjTpo-Vru>j,

same, and

irfpi-

Airr/37<rat>,

2

a.

ind.

act.

-ou, 6,

GKiTTToncu to survey) heedlessly, incautiously, unguardedly, inconsiderately.
Aircpi'o-TracToj, -ov,
b,
fj,

Airffffaffa, 1 a. ind. act. j8j?Kwf, par. per. act. of

Ar<rcmoo&ivpass,
oi

a neg. and to hear) unheard j'o/iat known by fame, obscure
j/,

(fr.

mvddof,
;

not

rude,

vvw, or
(fr.

-vfti,

as

if

from
inf.

airdffffrjijii.

ignorant, untaught.
A.nvOvv<j), f. -vv&, p. -wyica, (fr. aro intens. and fu^vw to direct) to straighten ; to correct, reform, amend ; to direct, guide ; to orA.-f(f>T)va, 1 a. ind.

same,

A.-KaKip<J>dui,

per.

and 7Tp77raa>

to perplex) at ease,

KtuKTOfiai.

undisturbed, calm, leisurely, withfYo?, per. par. pass, oi out hurry. v:rra). f. of , a:r//t, to be absent. Air/>JTra0T(df, (fr. last) without 1 a. ind. act. AitGdistraction, or confusion ; collect- A~fCTTaaa,
edly, orderly, leisurely. Airfolffraros, -ov, b, fj, (fr. a neg. and to beset) isolated,
Trdadrjv,
-rj$, -tj, 1

der, regulate, array. act.
vdfirjv,

Air6ypass, of

a. ind. pass,

o:

mid. of
ivos,

airo<j>aiv(a.

axoairdw.

per.

par.

TTpuor7fu

detached, not surrounded, or enclosed; deserted, forsaken, desnot perplexed, or surtitute;

A7IWOT0EV, ^Eol. or Bosot. Poet, for airc0v6j)<rav, 3 pi. pass. A-fV<rv//a(, Poet.
tath.
for

anc
1

a.

,

v, -o>, -aro, 1 a. ind.

Me-

mid. of a7ro00fyyo/jiai.
b.TT<L>dipr)v, -ICQ, -ITO,

rounded with
A7Tp/r//j7Toj,

cares, prosperous.
6,
fj,

pass.

and

TTpiTifjtv(j)

-ov, to cut off) uncir(fr.

same,

aircfffcvro,

avoatavpai, per. ind. Poet, for A-rriffcnro, 3 sin. pper. pass, o
-rj,

pper. pass,

of airotidivw.
'Atre<f)6os, -ov, b, fa
(fr. a neg. and i<j>6b$ boiled) raw, undressed, not cooked. Or, (fr. a intens.) re-

cumcised.
Airtpirros, -ov, b, fa (fr. same, and irptrrbs, Att. for Ttpiaa6$ super-

Ait(rrd\T)v,-T]s,

ind.

par.

2

a.

pass.
a.

1 -rjs, -T),

ind.

pass
-r/,

-- Airia-ov,

fined, purified.

fluous) having no superfluity or luxury, moderate, mean, of a

raX/ta, per. ind. act ind. -aX^rvoj, 1*0.1,

__ ATTforaX
par

A~f(pvyov, 2 a. Airtytvyov, imp. act. of a:ro0tiya).

middle r ank.

per. pass.

AirtpiTTuy, (fr. last) indifferently, Arrfaracrav, Ion. for airtcrrjaav see negligently, carelessly.
Aircpj'rrwroj, -ou, 6,

ATTforaXov, 2 a. ind act. of aTTOGT/XXw.

rr/(, impersonal, (fr. as-f^w to withhold) it is enough, sufficient,
rrf-ya,

3

sin.
<,

3

pi.

A-rrf^re, 2 pi. pres. ind. act.

o neg. and rrfptVru^a excrement) with17,

(fr.

2
,

sin. pres. sub. act. of

3

pi. 1 a. ind. act.

of
t, pres. inf. mid. Arf<70, 2 pi. impr. mid. of airi^.

out excrements.

Arpi^pfo,
same, and

-to?

-oCj,

b,

fa

(fr.

irfoKptpti}

to

move

cir-

A7rOTjXa, -as, -, or -EV, before a vowel, 2 and 3 pi. -Xar, -Xav
1 a. ind. act.

cularly) not circular, irregular; devious, erring.
AiripZas, -atra, -av, 1 a. par. act.

of aTroorAXoj.
act

r^0atpw, f. -5p5, and f^Qaiow to
hale, abhor,
1 a.
f.

(fr. airb

intens. )

hate) to drfe/,
act.

Trwrtpriaa,

I a. ind.

ATTWpass,

air^fypa.
'

rpTj[ivos,

par.

per.

o

.TTxddvofiai,

-6riffOftai,

of rtffoppf^w.

'Airpp, (pres. impr. ofnext) away, begone, plague take you.
Airtpjxi),

JEo\. for airtipw.
-t>?a, -b$,

-75, -n, and 3 pi. airtffAirtav, 2 a. ind. act. , -a?, -, 1 a. ind. act. of

same, and 0avo/*a( to hate) to fca/e, grudge, envy, feel anger, or
wia/ice

[fr.

a^ain. 2

a.

as

if fr.

a^X 06M v,
en-

an^6io/jLai, obs.

ATTEp^yw?,

par. per. mid.

3f6e/a, -aj, ^, (fr.

of arropp^yvvfti.
Arrfpffw, -tf, ind. act. of

ariyov, 2 a. ind. act. of airofor
aTrofpo-w,
1
f.

ar^0^

-,

rt%<i).

airotppw.

ATTiaro\a, per. mid. of aroor/XXw
, , ',

\nous) Aafrerf, abhorrence, detestation; grudge, malice, ill-will. 7TX0///va(, Att. and Dor. an.l
A.*tx9fftvi Ion. for pres. inf. of airi^9ta, -xtxOijai, Ion. for
oir^fieiv,

AffEpuKw, f. -^w, p. -%a, (fr. a-rrb from, and tovitu to hinder) to to repe/, drive back or away;

2 3

per. par. pass. a. ind. act.
pi. -tyrjaav,

2 a
-

defend, repulse ; to hinder, avert. 3 pres. impr. airtpvue. par. pres.

nd. pass.
I

a-rr^d!},

2

sin.

An-forpc^/ar, -a?,

pres. sub. of airido/jiai,
-ios-ovs,

same as

o. ind. act.

of airoffrpttyb).

pass, atrtpvicdfitvos. Axepxri, 2 sin. pres. ind. mid. Airpx<5^vor, -T], -ov, par. pres act. of
&.irio\opai,

A.TTtffTpa<j>ov,

2 a. act.

^T/r, 2 a. pass. a. ind. act. of

A-<rrpa1

,

d, fa (fr. OTTO in-

A.vlurftipa,

tens.

and

fyflof hatred)

ATTEOTW,

-<5oj

a-xooTptyto. -o5f, ft, (fr. a^lffnjf

grudging,

envious,
f. mid. mid.

ma

hostile, inimical, adverse.

f. air&mffopai, to be at a p. aff/ distance) absence flight, desertion. Xv0a, Att. a)n:X}Xii0(i, (fr. ar and fp%opai to go) to ^-o AJTJOTU, 3 sin. impr. ofart//j, A from, 6e absent. go off, from, away, or out of ;

i',

2

a. ind.

.

3

sin.

2

a. opt.

7r^0w, and AirtYdo/iai, same as
s-^;0wf, (fr. aw/^u to refrain) abstpmimiily, temperately, soberly.

to

go forth, depart;
after,
srive

to

return,

A7ro-0aX7v,
Ktf ,

-t;?, -77,

2

a. ind. pass.

go

follow

;

to leave,

abanper.

don,

up

;

to

paxs

airai/. die.

Ann
'no'lrMly.

Aim
aircxQ'lt
.">i

Ann
carried

Or,

(fr.

drive

away)

driven, or

A III
,

AHA
perhaps
fr. airo

AHA
voraciousness; greatness, crintsion, vastness.

3
,

ind. mid. pi. imp. 1 a. ind. act.

from) fur, dis-

tant, remote.

j,

-aiu>ff<j),

fr.

per. par. pass, a-o intens. and

of

TTJordvat, Airtorfarat, Ion. for aQioTarai,
act. afyioravTai,

AiartaTO,
pres.
inf.

A-AJJCTOJ, -ou,
TrXjjflu

o,

ft,

(fr.

a neg. ami

auapio, which see.

3

pi.

pres. ind.
ind.

not to be gratified, insatiable, ravenous, voracious ;
to
fill)

same asa:r/?opoj. Arijwpoy.-oi', 6, >/, Airmen, Ion. tor daw, 3 pi. pres.
of arrant,
Airiou,
-175,

to

-17,

go away. 2 a. sub.

act. of

pass. a<jji(TT<tvTo, 3 pi. imp. pass, of a<piaTT]p.i. TTJOT/CJ -W, f. -fjffd), p. Tl~tCTTIKa, and starts faith) to (fr. a neg.

craving, importunate ; extensive, boundless, immense, vast.
LrrXjfcrws,

insatiably, (fr. last) greedily, voraciously, vastly, in-

a-ticia.

misdisbelieve, discredit, doubt,

finitely.

A-IE/U!', ATTifvaj, Affiec-uo-t,

A-mv-

trust ;

to

he faithless,

disobey

;

A-\I]TOS, Dor.'A-Xaros, andPoet.
'AT;\CTOS, -ou, 6, >/, (fr. a neg. and TrXdw, TTi\d(i), or TrXij^t to approach, th. irrAas near) inaccessible,

Ion. for rat, A-tcr0a<, A7T<|Uvo?, ind. act. a0ifa&ilptv, 1 pi- pres.
vat, pres.
.

pres. par. pass. U-IGTOU/UVOJ.
.rit77-7^(,Ion.

for a^rr>7/u.
1 a. act.

inf. act.

sub. act.

a0tui<n, 3 3 ac6ii'ru(,

pi.
pi.

lrior/;o-af,-ao-a, -av, par. AjnoroCjm', 1 pi. cont. pres.

unattainable,

beyond

pres. ind. pass. a<pttffQai, pres. inf. pass. a<f>ifpevof, par. pres.

pass, of

a<l>inpt.

A-aifvat, pres. inf. of

d-nui,

to

#o

AnoTOuvTujj', g. pi. cont. par. pres. act. of a-iartu. -as, >/, (fr. next) want of -tcTia, faith, unbelief; mistrust, doubt;
infidelity, treachery.

md.

act.

inextricable, reach, or power ; irremediable. Or, (fr. same,

and 77X>}0w to fill) vast, extensive, immense, boundless.
ATrXd??, -TJS,
i/i

(fr-

-Xdos single)

,

3

pi.

imp. ind. of
distant

airli}^,

A-xiaros, -ov,

b,

?/,

to 5-0
rfy

away.
a
/a?w/,

-icns
see

faith)

not

(fr. to

a neg. and
be
>

same as a-XoV^j.
ATrXdOpt^, -^xps, b, 17, (fr. same, and -$p( hair) straight-haired, lank-locks; bald.
'A-rXota, -as, /, (fr. a'rXoos unnavigable) that part of the year when sailing is dangerous, the season

Apian land, loponnesus, from 'Arts the son
,

yaiij, diriosOr, rte

incredible;

not

to

be

trusted,

Pe-

faithless, perfidious; disbelieving,

'incredulous, dubious;
liever, infidel,

an unbe-

comp. a-io-rdrpoj
last)

2

sin.

2

a. sub.

of

direiui,

to

sup. -oYaroj.
rrfa-ru?,
(fr.

perfidiously,

unfit for sea

;

rough weather.

fraudulently, treacherously; abTrdQd) simple) to behave with simplicity, surdly, incredibly. art irith candour, be ingenuous, a neg. and unlikely, incredible; undeserving A-\dKr)To;, -ov, b, f], (fr. or cent to stray) unerring, cercredit. ffXa'^w not straying. 'A-\O'LKOS, -ov, o, %, (fr. same) simA-(0!w -5, f. ->/<Ki), p. -rjKa, (fr. tain, sure, to disobey, transgress com- L~Xar>)j, -ios -ovs, and ATrXai'T/ro?, ple, single ; plain ; goodnatured. same) mands ; to disclaim, or disown -ou, b, '}, (fr. a neg. and rXdv?, 'A/rXoff, -ties, 17, (fr. same) alight cloak ; thin, single. authority. error) not wandering, settled,
S,

-ou, 6, /;, (fr. a neg. and to persuade) improbable,

Ar/077<ra, -as, -, Ion. for 1 a. ind. act. of last.

rj

residait

;

unerring, undeviating

'ArXoxos, -ou,
\iKia

6, ^, (fr.

a neg. and

A-niKarat, A-tKaro, Ion. for a$(Varat,

undeceived, faithful. ATrXaoro?, -ou, 6, r/, (fr. a neg. anc

and

fifvoi

iei,

ocitraro, these for 3 pi. per. ind. pass,

and

(Mpiyfiivot r/ffav,

3

pi.

pper A
IK

fold) unfolded, not or crumpled, smooth. creased, r sin- A-XoKi5wi', -oros, 6, (fr. next, and -\acrbs feigned) unfeigned, An epithet of Kvtav a dog.) cere, artless, simple ; rude, unAntisthenes one of the Cynic formed, shapeless, uncouth.
for
aTreXao-ro?,

to

pass, of a<f>iKVop.at.
ATTIKJ], A~tK.aQat,AiriK6iJi.ti'Os,

A-XrtG-rof, Sync, which see.

because these men were nicknamed dogs, and wore only
sect,
'

vctaOai, AiriKTai, Ion. for 2 sin. 2 a. sub. mid. aQi
inf.

a'pitcy,

\.7rXa-)f, -Ios -ovs, b,

a^)(Ko^i'Of, par. A<J>IKI

sin. pres. inf. pass. atpiKrai, of nc/ iKviopai. per. ind. pass,
(fr. I), 'AiriKpos,~ov, KiKpos bitter) not bller, withou 5,

3

a single garment. a neg rj, (fr. and -\arrs broad) narrow, con- ArXdoj -oiJ s, -077 -?/, -dov-oBr, (per(r acted, confined. one, and TfXw to be. haps fr. Or fr. a neg. and roXi'j many) ATrXdro?, Dor. for d-^rjros, which see. simple, single, plain, uncom-

LtXdrvvc, (Gen. xxiv. 22.) per pounded ; clear, distinct ; sound, healthy ; artless, unvarnished ; haps 7rXdYuv, 3 sin. imp. or harshness: gentle. a. ind. act. of -X<;rrj'U). candid, honest, sincere, upright. a-o from, and (X- 'A^Xfrof, Poet, for d-A>;70. AirXXfw -w, (fr. 'A~Xooj -ouf, -6011 -ov, b, ff, (fr. a an antiquated 'A-Xaipo?, -ov, 6, >;, (fr. a neg. and Xo? the eye) neg. and -Xdoj navigation, th. irX/w to sail) unnarigablc ; unfit, rrXa'Crt the side) uncovered o? word, synonymous with a-o-

a neg. anc

K\du,
nish.
1

to

shut out, exclude, ba^ a. ind. pass. a-xi\\i]6tiv

the side,
'

unguarded, exposed.
6,
//,

or improper for sailing

;

boister-

A;rX?/y(Of, -ou,
gle, plain,
r

(fr.
;

next) sin

ous
'

;

dfi-ngerous.

AiripeXos, -ov,
-ovs, b,
r),

and

AT(/jXi)?, -lo\
lean,

simple
ft,

artless,

harmfr

(fr.

a neg. and -c

ficent.

ArXorrjs, -TJTOS, >% (fr. aXdoj single) singleness ; simplicity, innocence, purity ; sincerity, candour,

//X^
poor.

fat)

thin,

meager

A7rX7y<,
r:A?;?j,

-iSos,

(by Epen.
single)

which

is fr.

cnr\6r] ft^Xr/.,

ingenuousness, frankness
ty, liberality.

;

boun(fr.

Aiflviis, -fos -oT>s, b,

>i,

and

tiivvs

dirt) free

same from dirt
(fr.

fern,

arrXdo? light cloak.
-ov,

of

a thin
6,

'AirXdw -w,
AirXti^, -yoj,

f.

-wffti),

p. -u/ca,

dean, neat, elegant.
Avivvcffu, (fr. same, and -Kivvyaii or -vvn i to breathe) to dote; tt faint; to breathe forth, expire.
'^cra:,
f.

'AK^KTOS,
fj,

and

(fr.

a.

neg.

and

irX^o-o-w

to

strike) not struck, unbeaten,
'

un-

same) to simplify, explain ; to unfold, open, discover, display to expand, blow ; to extend,
stretch

Ion. for a<f>i&Tai, 3 sin
d<pil-is.

harmless, undamaged. A-\rjv, a. sin. fem. cont. of dirX
;
6, 17, (fr.

hurt

out.

imp.

ind.

?/wXoov

-our,
.

I

a. ind. jjrXwo-a' inf. urXdi-

mid. of a^iKvio^iai.
s,

A7rX7pwTO?, -ou,

a neg. anc

per. pass. 7/TrXwoyzai, par.

Ion. for

TrXijpdw to fulfil) deficient,

wantTrAi'c-ta,

'Airiov, -f,

-, 2 a. ind.
A-u7i',
inf.

'Ame,
ArtcS,

ing, imperfect

;

not fulfilled, or

-a s -,

>;,

(fr.

next) foulness,

impr.
sub.

A-iotfjit, opt.

consummated ;

Aitiwv, A~X>7ffTuo^(n,
to cruvr,

'AirYor, -ou, rd,
S,

to go away. par. of diretpi, a pear, and

insatiable, greedy. insa(fr. dirXticros tiable) to be greedy, or insatiable ;

dirt, nastiness,

want of washing.

Air\vcriat, -wv, al, sponges.

importune.
17,

\.rr\vros,-ov, o,>% (fr. a neg. T:\vrii} to wash) unwashed,
dirty, miled.
\.-\t7>c, (fr.

and

foul,

-ou, #,

S,

a pear tree. ~a, -ov, and Ion.

->;,

Ai&Tjarla, -as, next) in*i-or, greediness, (-ravin g, ,
(fr.

dr>wj

single) singly;

(67)

AIIO
zincerely,

AIIO
;

Ano
<

frankly

bountifully
(fr.

,

f.

-aAw, p.
from,

-ziaa,
to
off,
(fr.

-Iv, 1

liberally, kindly.

airb to

and /?dAAw
throw

a par.

pass, of aTo/JAa'TTTw.
aito

AwAurof, -ov, 6, ^, (fr. a neg. and rAw/^ for TrAoo to sail) see drt\oo s
Awvefis, -eos -ovs, 6, ^, (fr. a intens. and TtWw to breathe) breathing

throw)
or

cast, fling,

away ;
;

quish
act.

to let go, relinreject, to lose, waste, forfeit. 2 a.

intens.

and

jSAfTrw to

look) to turn the sight, or atten

in;!.

deeply,
(fr.

panting, sighing.

Or

Aw, 2

pi.

aTtipaXov' sub. airofidamfldXrjTt' par. atrofiaairofiifiXquai.
1

a neg. and same) ow< oj breath, breathless, wanting air ;
without
air,

\wv. per. pass.
Ods. per. mid.
,

a. pass. tt7r/3A//0?;v' par. airofi'Xnairofiifto'Xa.
-(!,n, (fr.

or ttmd, lighting.
(fr.

tionfrom about one's self towards another object ; to look up to, admire ; to regard, respect ; to consider ; to have an eye to, mind, head ; to belong, appertain to ;
to look from,
off",

kindling.
ATrvrfjuarof, -OD, 6,
t],

f.

-xpo),p.

same,
;

or

same,
wind,

and

TrvcviJia.

air) free from

sheltered.

and /?7T7W to dip) /o dzp, du>e /o draw, pour out, as liquor /i'n#e. 2 f. and act. airo(la(t>&.
;

away

;

1 a.

ind. act.

airifi'Xt^a.

impr. air61 a.

o
1

a. sub.

airo(3\fij,w(ri.
1

ind.

Airvsvarl,

dirvevaros breathless) A-Kofius, -aca, -ilv, n. pi. -ftdvrts 2 a. par. act. of airoftaivu. s/i'%, without a breath ; all in a - W without drawing breath, breath, f, /J, (fr rfftams, -iof, Att. or interruption ; closely, in a avofiatvti to descend) u descent
(fr.

mid. aT>ifi\t\^dnnv.
Airoj3\7i6d$,

-ctaa,

-iv,

a.

par.

pass, of awo/SftAAo).
A7ro/3Av//a, -aroj, TO, (fr. airo/?aAAu to throw away) refuse, leavings,

crowd, confusedly.

landing

;

a landing-place,

lad-

Airvsvffna, -as, //, (fr. same) a reder, steps, stairs ; exit, end, event or straining, of ATro(3ariipios, (fr. same) who de suppression spends. An epithet of Jupiter. breath; difficulty of breathing, shortness of breath. a kint irofidTr/s, -ov, b, (fr.
AirvcvoTid^tt),
to breatlie
f.

remnant,

relics, offal.

Airop\r/rti<bs, -ov, b, f), (fr. airofidXAw to throw away) negligent,

-dao.',

(fr.
;

same)
to

short, or

low

pant,

gasp.
'AirvevcTos, -ov, 6,^, (fr. a neg. and irviw to breathe) breathless, spent,

same) wasteful, scattering, lavish, proof soldiers, who either had a digal ; a spendthrift ; an outsecond horse, or fought botl cast. on foot and horseback. Also, c A-o^r/Tor, -ov, rb, (neut. of next) kind of champion in the public same as airo^rifjta.
games.
A:r(5j8AnTos,-ou, 6,
/,

(fr.

same)

to be

exhausted;

lifeless,
;

dead; withsheltered.

out scent, or nose
'Airvoia, -as, (fr.

iroflariKos, -f), -ov, (fr. last) belonging to that kind of soldiers

refused, rejected, cast off, thrown aside, or away ; worthless, vile.
AirojSAtrru,
fr. airb

same) calmness,

cliampions, or games.
-offfprjKa,
-as, -f, per. ind. act

from, and /3Arr-

serenity ; a calm, stillness of air ; vjant of air, sultriness.

rw, which see.

ATro/SA^w,
Koflffi^riKa, -ac, -t, per. ind. act
j3At;a) to

f.

-vc<a, (fr.

same, and
stream, or spew

'Airvoos

-ovs, -6ov -ov,
still;

6,

>/,

(fr.

gush)

to spring,
spit,

breathless, calm, dead. Aifl, with the genitive, from ; off",
lifeless,

same)

A7ro|8/3A7Kwc, par. per. act

gush
out
;

;

to

vomit,

of a7ro/?</AAw. irofilivai, 2 a. inf. act.
ao/jtat, -TI,

Airofif/-

far ; since, after ; away from, wide of; by, for, by reason ; of,
belonging to ; without ; through time or space ; at the distance of, on ; with, by. In compos, it generally implies neof,

-irai, 1

f.

ind. mid. oi

pres. inf. cnrofavQciv. and Atrofi^wGKU), f. -WCTW, (fr. same, /?Awc-/cw to come to) to depart, go

airo(3aiv<a.
rro.Sjjcraw,

away,
f.

leave, quit
/;,

;

to

return.

out

or -TTQ,
/?jy<r<ra>

-w,

(fr. airb
t<

Airo(3o\ri, -fjs,

(fr.

a7ro|3aAAw to
off, rejec-

from, and cough up,

to

cough)

expectorate, spit,

throw away) a casting tion ; a loss.
AirofivvKd),
fr. airb

gation, or privation. ATTO, at a distance, away, far, far off; for divert, he is off, away ;
it

same iropid&jjiai, f. -dffo^iKi, (fr. and fltdfa to force, th. fiia force'
to force

intens.

and

fl6v-

is

past,
!

and gone.
begone
!

For

diridt,

away

off"!

Airb avrov, time.
ATroatVttytat,

from

thence,

from

that

KW, which see. away, drive off, repulse, AirofiovKoXib) -w, f. -rjaw, p. -Ka, (fr. airb from, and jSov/coAf'w to pasto enforce, constrain, overpower : to labour, strain ; to travail, ture) to separate, seduce, or def. roy from the herd, or flock ; to -ffw, p. -Ka, (fr. rropiffd^b), OTTO intens. and ftipdfy to admit) mislead, deceive, delude, beguile ; to make descend, bring, or take AitofiovKcXfonai -ovuai, to stray,

same as
Imp.

airaivvjiai,

down
over.

;

to
;

which
priv,

see.

ind. airoaivv-

disembark

to

dismount, unhorse, pass, cross, send
airoQifidc^tiv. 1 a. ind.

wander, depart,

err.

1

a. ind. act.

Ion. for

a7ror/vi5///i'.

pres.

inf. act.

AiroaipciaQai, Airoaipeo, AiroaipfoIon. and Poet, for atpaiouffjuat,
Qai, pres. inf. pass.a</>a/pov, pres.

pass. airoftifidZtaOai.

AiropovKdXrma, -aros, rb, robbing the fiock, thejt

(fr.

last)

;

imposi-

mid.

a7r/3t/?affa'^;?'.

tion, imposture, cheat ; deception,

rrojSidw

-w,

pass. atyatptouai, pres. ind. pass, or mid. of a<paipfw.

impr.

airb priv. part, die,

and

delusion ; seduction. -wcrw, p. -wra, (fr. same as airofiovKopi6u) to live) to de- AirofiovKo\ifo, inf. act. airofiiSipres.
f.

Airo|3a<5<a),

f.

-lo-w

(fr.

airb

from,

vai.

2

a. airefi'uov, -w<:, -w.

LTro/jpd^w,

f.

and
go

|3u<5(w to go) to
depart.
>'/,

walk away,

rro/?(coa"/xos, -ou, 6, ^, (fr. last)

de-

and /3pa'^w
boil
cool,

-a<rw, (fr. airb intens. to boil) to froth, foam,

off,

parting, dying death-bed, final,
(fr.

over.

Or

(fr.

a TO priv.) to
rb,
(fr. last) chaff, bran.

Airo^ddpa, -as,

next) a ladder, step-ladder, stepping -board,

last.

calm, abate.
-aro?,
;

gangway,
Airoftaivw,
(fr. airb
f.

iroj&Wij, -toj, Att. -tws, same) departure, death.
A.7ro/3Ad7rro),
f.

o,

fj,

(fr.

l7

r<5j3pao7*a,

froth, foam, spray
(fr. OTTO

-j3f/ero//ai, p. -fif(3r)Ka,

-\p<a, p.

-0a,

.Tro/fydcro-o/mf,

(fr.'

same)

to

froth,
like

from, and j3afvw to go) to come, or go from, or out of ; to disembark, land ; to depart, come yield, retire; to descend,

priv.
to

and

j8A7rrw to hurt)
impair,
bereave,

to

foam, fly, or be thrown off

injure,

hurt,

damage ;
par.
1

foam.

deprive,

a.

^6ppyna,

-aros, TO, (fr.

next) an

pass. airo(3\a<f>dds.
(fr.

infusion, or extract;

a mixing
the

down,

dismount

;

to

succeed, Airo/3Aa<Tra'j>a>

airb intens.

and

with water, weakening, dilution ;

to happen, follov) after, or from ; come to pass, turn out. per. par.
/cuj.

jSAaoravw which see.)
TOj3Aao-T7;/za,

a sprinkling, washing ;
ter so

wa-

2

a. (fr. (ftpi)

ind.

3

pi. aTTf/Sr/dav*

sub. ano-

-arof, r5, (fr. last) a ftud, sftooi, ^-erm, sprig ; offdescendants. spring,
(fr.

used

;

moisture, juice.
to sprinkle)

intens.

and /tyfyw

pi.

sub.

and

Aof

same) a springing, budding,

to sprinkle, bedew, wet, to steep ;

dip,
;

Arro/tyfyo//ai,

moisten ; to be

wV;

-ovvat,

bv }

par. 2

a. act.

sprouting, shooting.

wet

to drop, drip.

Ano
-urea, Afopp<'o, same, and |3pu>
f.

AHO
bringforth, produce, create, make,

AHO

soundly ; to to indulge in

and -tw, (fr to nap) to sleep sleep off a surfeit ;
sleep.
1

a. n.

act.
pi.

a-fj3pi!-a. par.

mro^pi^af,

mas.

a7ro/3p('ai

7f.

JLiropplOu, f. -((/u>, (fr. same, to be heavy) to oppress, ftpidta to weigh down, over-

and

overpower;
balance.

o<%u
i-etting.

to

moistensprinkle) a sprinkling,
i-b intens.
,->)os,

and

same as i3p6y%os the
to

tliroat)

swallow, devour, eat
(fr.

up.

Y>,
a halter)
^j),

same, an

:

ensnare ; implicate, embarrass.
to
(fr.

to inveigle,

to

enash)

to bite,

same, and /Spu^u gnaw, consume.
-tr,
1

Affo/?pu>0<f,

-iiaa,
f.

a.

par.

pass, of
ATrojSpcSo-KU,
(fr.'

-wo-0),

p.

/?pt3fficw

ard intens. and
to

to

feed)
fiat.

feed upon, eat up, devour,

consume, per. pass.
1 a.

pass. ai;tfa

A-o/Ji'w, f. -VITU, (fr. same, 8vu to Stuff) to stop up, fill up, dam ; to block up, barricade, shut up.
Affi5.Su/JOf, -ou, 6,
>j,

and

(fr. airo

from,

and 0o)^of the

profane, ungodly, irreligious, wicked, excorn municated. 2 a. sub. act. of -i, 3 pi.
altar)
itvtt.

and A-<5yaof, -ov, 6, ..f, and ya7a the earth) (fr. same, beyond the earth ; removed from the earth ; far from land, intens. and Affoyatdw -ai, (fr. a-o
'/,

yciui
to

the land) turn to land.

to

make for

land,

-<rw, (fr. ArayaXa)cr(^u), from, and ya'Xa milk) to wean, to take from the milk.
f.

a-o

AiroyaXacrto-^df, -ou,

b,

(fr.

Last)

weaning.

Aroyypa^fvof,
jLTToytia, -af,

-rj,

-ov, par. per.

pass, of axoypatiu.

anb from, and //, (fr. yuta the land) a laml-breeze. A-dyaa, -tav, ra, (fr. same) a cable, halser, a rope holding the ship
to the shore.

A-dyov,
greatest earth.

-ou,

TO,

(fr.

same)

the
its

apogee of a heavenly body,
elongation
(fr.

from

the

A*dy{0f, -ou,

'-,

'/,

same) same

as a-6yaiof.

A~oyrdw

-ucu, (fr. arro by, and ytlaov the eaves) to roof, cover with a slope, to give a drip to to, form like a penthouse ;
-<3,
f.

shelter, screen.

Affoye^/^oj,
lil^ta,

fr.

arro intens.

and

y-

which

see.

A:roy//*w, f. -uw, (fr. a-zb priv. and to fill) to unload, entply, yifiit)

discharge.
Airoyti/fao) -5, f. -7/cru), (fr. tens. and yevvdui to breed)
airb in-

to

engender, beget, concfive, breed,

Ano
into

Ano
proved, or shown; likely, probable.
7ro<$<X/a<nf, -to?, Att.

Ano
proveable
;

teprs;

imp.

lament, bewail. Ion. airoodKarrsodKpvov,
to

-n,
inf.

-ov,
1

par.
a.

and
ind.
fo'

mid.

aircSdKpvcra. pvov. ATrood^ctv, Dor. for aifo$t]p.Etv, pres. inf. of airodnpiii).
A7r<5(5d>oj, -ov,
o,
!],

1 a. ind. act.

-wj,

j% (fr.

1

p5.

pres.

next) laziness; cowardice.
-S>,
(fr.
f.

timidity, fear,
p.

mid. of
-to?, Att. -w.,, Ion.

Dor.

for OTTO-

-dad),

AirooapOetv, 2 a.

inf.

act. of airo-

d-b intens. and<5aXtaw to fear) to dread fear great; to fiy, escape, shun, avoid, ly
inf.

A-i:oolojj.ai

-ovpat, pres. ind. mid.
<

or pass, of

to ro5epu.a, -aros, TO, (fr. airocfpii)

-ov, 6,

>/,

(fr.

butary ;
lotted.

subject,
;

shrink, fail. next) *nsubordinate; AirpSeii-at, 1 a.
divided, al1
f.

skin) a skin, hide; booty, plunact.

Axofid-

der, spoil.
~o5cpHaT6(i) -w,
to
f.

sharing, partaking

inf. act.

ofa-oSsiKrvni.

-we'd), (fr. last)

AiroSct&t, d. sin. cont. Att. of and Ion. A~6St,l;i$, -to?, A.xofiafffjtbs, -ov, 6, (fr. aTrofid^opat ATrc^iftf, Att. -wj, >;, (fr. airofidKvvu.i to to divide) tribute, tax ; a division, distribution ; particiallotment, display) proof, demonstration ;
share, portion, lot. AxoSdaaaaOai, and Aitoodatrepdai,

strip, peel. ATrorkpf/aTdo/iat to have the hide, or cover-ovfjiai,

ing stripped
-otitpw,
airb

off.

and Ion.

A-rrooEtpw,

(fr.

pation

;

evidence, testimony

;

a

test, trial,

Poet, see a-Koodfynai.
A.iroSav\l<i),

and

-urw, 5av~\bs .52 ol.

f.

(fr.

a~b from, for oaXoj a

experiment ; a specimen, sample ; pattern, example. v6$nrvos, -ov, o, >/, (fr. cnrb from,

from, and d/po) to skin) to to peel, strip, flay, skin, uncase ;
rofieois,
a7TO(}f(,>

-to?,

Att.

-w?,

//,

(fr.

to bind up) a tying, bind-

torch) to beat, or belabour with a piece of Jirwood, or a slick off" the hearth ; to strike, bang.
i,

and ouirvov dinner) after dinner, having dined, or supped. Or, (fr. a-o priv. and same) without dinner, supperless, hungry, empty, Ion. for xoodpciv, airo<5f'pav, pres.
inf. act.

ing, fastening.
ATTo^rriicvta, (fr. next) to tie up,

-fat, -Krai, per. pass.

confine, bind, swathe, oandage. intens. jrof-ff/ws, -ov, 6, (fr. airb

o? airoSfpu).

and

f.fffjibg

i,

per. pass.
-ov, par. per. pass.

Tro^cipOTOfjLfij}

-77,

(fr.

-w, f. -i'mo, p. -VKU, KTTO intens. and to cciporofjifii)

bunilrl, parcel ;

Of
next) fearfully, timidly, cowardly. A.7ro5^tXiaKwf, -via, -oj, par. per. act. of a7To<5(Xmw.
(fr.
fiL.iro6cSoKiiJiafffJi.fvo5,

behead) to decollate, cut off the head, behead; to slay, slaughter ; to strip, or take off, or from about
the neck.
<7u.

napkin; dage; a fillet, headband, hairlace; a stomacher, or such like
dress fur the breast, or bosom.

a band) a packet, a wrapper, cloth, a swathe, band, ban-

1 a. act. axtfitiooTo
inf.

1

f.

act. airooipoTO[j.ri-

Trooc^Quf, -icra, -iv, pass, of
tay/trtt, (fr. OTTO
/J.UI

1

a.

par.

-r],

-or,

par.

ctiv.

per. pass, of aKo&OKiu.d > w.
ATToc-fdofiai,

per.

pass,

of

ajroSi-

iroSEt^Qdf, -tiaa, -tv, 1 a. par. A~o$t'Y9{i&ffBciL, 1 f. pass.
inf.

intens. and (3f%oto receive) to receive, take,

A~o5ifiyaKa, in 3 pi. ATrotizSpdKaai, Jer. act. of ajrootSpdaKU}.
A7ro(5f(5(OKa,

TtoSeKaTovv,

pass, of airootlKWfLi. pres. inf. act. cont.

get, bear ; to entertain, treat ; to
take,
to

accept
to,

per. ind.

act. of ai:o-

A-occKarovTE, 2 pi. cont. pres. ind. act. AS-O^K-UTW, pres. ind. act. eont. of
TToficKart'itj)

submit

to admit, allow, ; approve, of, assent to ; to follow ; to

comprehend ;

ap-

praise, estimate, rate, value, es-

'

-w,
fr.

f. -c5ffa),

p.

air<

10

want)

in/er/or

subordinate;
void,

ScKti-u>Ka,

a-b intens. and <$see.

deficient, defective;

want-

Knrob),

which

teem, pres. impr. mid. n-o^t^ov. 1 a. ind. l pass. ai:i?>i')(l}r v, 3 pi. 1 a. ind. mid. TO> aTrcof%Or)ffav.
s,

ing.

AnaSt?,

f.

a7TOf5?/o-(,
is

same)
ficient,

there is
it

impers. (fr. wanting, it is derequisite, or neces-

a division (fr. last) decimation ; into tens; a punishment of every tenth; tithe; payment, or receiving of tithe.
.-xocfKccQai, Ion. for aTrot)i%caOai

-n, -ov,

(par. pres.

mid. of last) received,
lt'f!'.-rd ;

acknow-riKa,
(fr.

acceptable, agreeable.
f.

sary.
AiroGiai-T(i), or -Iffcdi,
fiiTTOpai,
io

-M,
i>-(>

-7/trw,

p.

and

Aro5-

:rd -iacopai, (fr. from, and Suofoffouai to affright)

or

pass, of a~oof^ofiai. ^itof'ZKTfos, -ti, -ov, or -ov, o,
pres.
inf.

bind,
?/

to

and Jfw to tie) to up, or together, gird ; f ariose, pack, wrap up ; to fix,
intens.
tie

terrify, scare,

to

deter,

frighten away ; discourage, dissuvlc.
f.

(fr. a-xocit'xou.ai

to receive) to be

fasten.
(fr.

imp.

(Z7ri>if5tc-ffoju>7V.

received, admitted, that must be taken.
Lffo^tKT)??,
-rjfo*;,

or

allowed; A~o<5f'w -w,

same, and

<5/w

to

want)
AvoSsicrfifi.

to
to

A~oodKvvfti,

a~oi}d%w, p. a oat

-ov,
(fr.

and

from.

;

OSLKU, (fr. enro intens. and <*cm'u iii to show) io show, exhibit,

ma

6,
;

collector

same) a receiver. a tax gatherer, farmer
>i,

inferior ;

be absent, or away be w.anting, deficient, to fail, fall short.
f.

A~of>rj\6o> -w,

-oxroi, p.

-una,
see.

fr.

dls nifest, discover, point out ; to play, expose ; to demon

of the revenue, publican.
^.Jro^tKro^
-ov, o,
(fr.

same, and
same'
people)
vel,
(fr.

$ri\6<o,
f.

which

publish,

-w,
to

->/<ra>,

p. aTroocSi'/-

strate, prove,

make good, make appear ; render,

evince

acceptable,

pleasing,

agreeable,

OTTO

make
atro
1

grateful,
tried.

welcome

;

approved,

from, and ^J/JKO? go from. Iiome, tra;

cause to be. pres. inf. act. OMKvvvai. par. aira^etici'ffc.
ind. act.

journey
1 a.

to

sojourn, reside

abroad.
tens,
thick,

ind. act. axcSjipriva'

a-iau^a'

inf.

a^ooul-

and

a tree) ctvtipov
to

to

grou
.

par.

a7TO(5j7^t>;<raj.

Ion.

airoot^ai. pres. inf. pass airoodicvvaQai. per. aKooiSziyna

or close;

be

covered

iroori/jtrirrig,

par. airoo6iynfvog. AKOOEIKVVS, -vaa, -vv, a. sin. -vui ra, par. pres. act. of last.
{fr. same) ing; proving, convincing.

overgrown, or overrun with trees to shoot, sprout, become, or be changed into a tree. pres. inf
pass pass. a-ohvfyovaQai. ind. a-xQOtvcpwQriv par. airooev
Airoo^d^evoi;,
i,

traveller ;

stranger abroad.

;

-ov, o, (fr. Bame) a a sojourner, lodger ; a engaged, or busy
-bv, or -ov, 6, ^, travel-

1

a.

TrocriiJiriTYKbs,

->j,

(fr.

same) journeying,
; living,

demonstrative, shou
Ion.
for
37:0-

ling ; foreign abroad.

or trading

AKootiKrYicus,

(fr.

last)

evidently
airooti
.

1 a. inf. act.

and

iroGnn'ia, -o?, ^, (fr.

clearly, explicitly.

o^, 1 a.
fy,

par. mid. of UTTO-

-ov,

I),

(fr.

And

other parts in like

same) a journey, travelling ; residence abroad, foreign service ; absence from
home.

display)

that

can

i

manner.
(70)

AHO
ou,
6,

AITO
f,,

AHO

going, or
sentee;
lodger.

ftwing-

same) abroad, an aly(fr.

funv' sub. mtoouiftai' inf. airoloG-

Oai, par.

anooouwos.

a

traveller,

sojourner,

A.iro6rt<TTTi[jii,

and Airo&jo-raa) -w,

of Airocnuuv, par. pres. act. cont.
airocnuffi).

aro intens. and liiarrini to to break part) to separate, divide ;
(fr. off,

interrupt
f.

;

to decide, deterof.

Airooia,

-j,

r?,

(fr.

airovj without

mine,

make an end

feet) v:ant offset.

A.lto$tKdfo,

-dad), (fr.

afb priv.

and SiKdfa to judge) to acquit, A-octatra'w -u, f. -f,ff(.<i, (fr. a~o intens. arid <5airaw to diet) to arfree, clear. deter- A-TroSiKid) -tD, f. -/<!(), (fr. same, decide, bitratc, mediate; and eiKtj sentence) to plead. mine. 1 a. ind. act. a-xtciijTrioa.
Asro&atnvAAw,
cra\Ka,
clude
;
f.

-tAaJ,

p.

(fr.

to separate)
to

same, and (Jtao-rAXw to divide from, exoff",

airtcii- A.Tro5iviu) -w, f. ->7ffa>, (fr. same, and livid) to roll) to whirl; to tumble, roll over.
t-

i

.

r

keep

hinder

;

to

to enclose, fence, hedge; set aside. priate,

appro-

Affo^arcipw,
Stai-plflu

f.

-v//a>, (fr.

same, and

to delay) to abide, rest,

wait, stay ; to trifle, loiter, linger. A.iroi$dffKb), f. -^w, (fr. OTTO from,

and oiSdffKw to teach) to teach ; to unlearn, forget.
JiiroSicoeiv

un-

-ovv, for axoSidovai, pres. inf. of airoSiSwuin

&i:octfouat, pres. pass', of same. ATTOAjroctorfvai, pres. inf. act. ^^o'rw, 3 sin. pres. impr. act.
A.Tro&i$ovr, neut. sin.

and

ATTO-

rj, n.

pi.

par. pres. act.

A TO*:'.
'

:t)/i(.

ri'ftrKW, f.

aToupac'Cj, (fr. airo

from, and ^trpacrKw to fly) to flee, fly away, run off, escape; to hide, skulk, shrink from, see

cd

Ano
Airefyifyat,

Ano
or Ion.
for

Ano

2

a.

inf.

inf. of airo&pripi, airocpavat, pres.

same as

A.T,&&Q'nat<;, -LOS,

airoopd Ion. for airdopacis

zone, or girdle ; to unbind, untie ; AiroBr/pitotris, -to?, Att. -EWJ, f t, (fr. to put out of office, airb intens. and a wild discharge, dis$r/piov ss, disband; to separate, disbeast) wildness, fierceness, saunite, force away. I a. inf. pass. vageness, cruelty.

o, f/, (fr. anorpe^ AiroBqeavplfa, f. -hrw, p. airoTeBtjt. to run back) coming back, return- AiroBi -Aoi, p, cavpiKa, (fr. arrb intens. and $r)(ft. OTTO priv. and SdAAw to bloom) ing, arriving, reaching the goal; oavplfa to treasure) to lay up, to also inferior, beaten in the race. cast, shed, or drop the fiower ; hoard, amass ; to store, collect. to wither, decay, fade. 1 a. ind. f. airb intens. -1/-W, (fr. AtroSpvirriD, AiroBnoavpionbg, -ov, 6, i), (fr. last) and optima to tear) to lacerate, act. airtdnXa. per. pass, airorfhoarding, amassing.

Air65pouo;, -ov,

rend, mangle; to strip, skin, peel,
excoriate.
(fr. airb

1 f.

mid.
pres. ind. act. of
p. airoT[B\i(j>a,

Airo6avciai,lon. and A7ro0aj>?,Att. Atro6\lpj>vai. 3
intens.

pi.

2 pin. of anoBavovAirotiptdtu, 2 f. mid. of aTcoBvt'ioKu. , 0w, fr. 2 a. of cpv-Ta) to tear) same as airoopvTTTw. pres. opt. A-oQuvtiv, 2 a. inf. act. Airofla i a. sub. A7ro0avtladat, 2 f. inf. mid. airodpiKhoifii. airoopv\p(a. I a. ind. pass. vurai, 3 sin. and AiroBavciaBt, 2 airtcpv<j>6i)v. for 2 f. ind. mid. of same. pi. Airoopti, cont. airocpdw. Att. for for airoQavovca, Airo&pwr/v, a7ro<5pdojju, pres. \Airo6avo7ffa, Dor. n. sin. fern. opt. act. of airoSpdu). par. pres. act. of or Airoovu, f. -vau>, p. same. Air6^vfii, zTTootoWa, (fr. airb from, and o5- Airo6dvta, -T?J, -?/, 2 a. sub. act. *< or ovw to AiroQavwv, -ovaa, -bv, g. sin. enter) to strip, divest, unrobe, undress ; to despoil, -ovroj, d. sin. -nvn, a. sin. -ovra, to loosen, untie. Airoplunder; par. 2 a act. of same.
for airodavrj,
j

and cpv-

AiroB\i(3u>,
(fr.

f.

-\l/<a,

aird

intens.

and ^Af/3o to

press) to press upon, squeeze, crowd, confine ; to express, wring, strain, squeeze out ; to dart out, emit ; to strike, dash ; to oppress.
AiroQvfiffKtt,

j

-novel,
act. act.

1

3 sin. and 3

and
pi.

-Kouev, pres. ind.
inf.

AiroQvfiaKtiv,
act.

pres.

opt.

A7To0vi7<mx, 3 sin. pres. AiroQvrjffKuv, -ovva,

-ov, par. pres. act.
AiroBvrjffKui,
f.

of

ovofiai, to

put

off,

cast

off,

aside; to prepare, undertake, par.

make

pres.

act. airoods.

lay AiroBappfu tens. and ready, trust) Sapbfta fide, trust ; be bold, confident
-to,

f.

-jfaw, (fr. aird into to con;

vr/Ka,

(fr.

arro0v>/^o), p. airoriQairb intens. and $v;/-

ed. 2 a. act. ind. airiBavov sub. A7ro0v^du>, f. -dc-u>, (fr. same, and av/mto to wonder) to adairoQdvdi' inf. airoBavelv par. AiroSvpopai, f. -pov^at, (fr. airb intens. and oSvpopat to to wonder at ; to venerate, airodavSiv. 2 f. mid. airoBai/ovfiat. mire, grieve) look up to, respect, regard. lament, bewail, deplore. -w, (fr. OTTO from, and -SoA7ro0opfw or to leap) to leap down. Aro- AiroBcivw, (fr. a~o intens. and-S-a'vu Airoovs , -vaa, -vv, par. pres. ptd) ^<5pw

pres. pass, anodvofjiat. imp. airt3 pi. airtovovTO, cvdftrjv,

to venture, dare.

CKW to die) to decease, die ; to be dead to, renounce, forsake ; to be as dead ; to be omitted, not count-

to strike) to be cut off; to die. 1 a. inf. act. AiroSvadAir66ov, -tffBu), 2 a. impr. mid. of Airopar. 1 a. mid. of airdovpt. Arro0fjuvof , -77, -ov, par. AiroOea- AiroBoiJvrai, 3 pi. pres. ind. mid. of BfffBai, inf. 2 a. mid. Air6ov<ri$, -toj, Att. -w?, ;/, (fr. Airo0, 2 pi. impr. 2 a. mid. airodfM, to run. airo^vfit to strip) a stripping, undressing ; a loosening, untying. pi. 2 a. sub. mid. of Ajro0pa)<rx:wo-u',3pl. pres. sub. act. of 0(fy0a,

6v

/JLCTOS,

AiroovGireTfio -w,

f.

-fjcu>,

(fr. airb

f.

-au>,

(fr. airb

from,

from,

Sits ill,

and
(
\

'Airo0v,

(fr. a?ro

from) /row afar

;

and SpwffKw

to

leap)
to

to

kap
dis-

to fall) to fret, fume, chafe; to far, distant, be impatient, take ill; to resist, AiroQtdu) -fi, f. -wo-w, (fr. airb intens. and $oj a deity) to deify, oppose, struggle against.
Airo&vffirtTTjffis, -joj,
(fr.

down, or off;

alight,

mount

;

to

recoil ; to

spring back, rebound, start, rush out.

same) anger, rage;

Att. -0)j, t), fretful-

rank among the gods.
iroBtpi^b),
f.

AiroBvpios, -ov,

-to-w,

(fr.

same, and

ness, impatience, sullenness.

$pa>

AiroSvrfipiov, -ov, ro, (fr. andc-v^i to strip) a room for undressing. AiroSvd), or AiroSvvui, f. -vo-w, p.

to reap) to mow, reap, ow, gather, collect harvest ; to fell, cut down ; to cut off, extirpate,
strip, spoil.
-io?,

5, rj, (fr. airb from, the mind) unpleasant, unacceptable, disagreeable ; hate-

and

Jvfio'?

ful, odious.
for
a. par. act.
airoBav/jiaffas,
I

of

airoBav^d^.
a neg. and

-vxa, see

air6f>vyti.

AiroBtcrts,

Att.

-U?,

r/,

(fr.

AirocGj, -wj, -w,

Airo5u>r/v, -yr/s,

airoriBTjfjLi

off,

or

away

Air6$(i)v, g. pi.

of dirovs.
pi.
1

mission ; tion, removal.

down) a putting a discharge, disa deprivation, degradato set
;

AiroiriTos, -ov, 6, fj, (fr. rrotfw to make) rude,

rough, un*
from,

finished, imperfect.
.iroiKfw -u>,
f.

-fail), (ft. airb

and

oiKidi to
; ;

to dwell, th. OIKOS a
to live,

A7ro(5ajjovrj, n.
<5wo
t,

3

pi.

par. and ATTO- Air60taro$,-ov, o,/;, (fr. a neg. and to desire) ind. act. of f. iroBld) unregarded,
neglected, slighted.

house) abroad
absent

come
be
to

come from
emigrate,
-as,
(fr.

far from home, be
migrate,

A.Tr6airov, -eg, -s,

2

a. ind.

Air6a
airouirc

AirdBtros, -ov, 6,
to

r,,

(fr.

airortBnui

impr.

by Apos.
-77,

for

Airoeiirw, -ps,

sub. Poet, for

airiirov,airt'iir', tirctirw,ff.(nrtir<a.

lay by) set aside, laid by ; Sub. o musihidden, abstruse. cal measure.
AiroBlui

change residence. AiroiKf.ffia, and AiroiKta,
dence abroad
tion,
;

>/,

same) absence from home,

resi-

Airotipd), (fr. OTTO intens.

and
repel;

i'pw

-w,

f.

-cvo-o), (fr.

airo

in-

a colony, plantasettlement ; a carrying into
f.

same as 00tpw
drive

to destroy) to
to

tens.

and $0)

to run) to
;

hinder, separate, divide.

away,

speed, hasten
off"

to

run with run away, set

captivity.

AiroiKi^w,

running.

I f.

mid. aro0vo-o-

same, and

-tew, p. air&KiKa, to found) OIK'I^U
settle ;
1

(fr.

to

Affofpyw, Poet, for airtpyw, as airdpyw.
A_irofpp<t),

same

and Airoipow,

f.

Att. -a>j, %, (fr. AiroBt&pTjaiSi -toj, aito intens. and ^ftuptw to view) airoipau,

colonize, plant, carry into captivity.

to

remove,

a. ind. act.

(ft. airb

to

a sight, view, prospect ; examifrom, and tppw to pine) swallow up, ingulph, sweep nation, inquiry. away, overwhelm, devour, destroy. AiroBfu>ai$, -ios, Att. -wj, -ft, (fr. I a. ind. act. ^Eol. airoBtdu to deify) placing among airdeptra, -aj, the gods; consecration,haUowing, -, without an augment.
A.iro6>']KT),

air&Kiaa' inf. airotKiaat. per. pass. ' air&Kianai par. airuKic pivog. 1 a. ind. pass. airyiclffBriv par. avwKtaBds.
AiroiKts, -icos, fa
o,
(fr.

Airowvvvjui, or Airo^vvdw, f. airo^(6ffu, (ft. airb from, and Qtivvvto gird) to ungird, loose the ftt

(fr.

and AITOIKOS, -ov. same) c colonist, settler, Adj. of a settlement, planter.
5,

'

colonial. lay up) a storehouse, repository, warehouse ; a barn, granary. AtroiKioftbs, -ov, (72)

(fr.

same)

colo-

A1IO
,

Ano
,

AHO
Ajro/caAu00fr

emigration
f.

1

a.

sub. pass.

into captivity.

Axoiicoiopfu -w,
prir.
ot*coy

-;}(7to, (fr.

am)

and otcocjo/ifw to build, th. a house) to build up, stop
; to

up, barricade
Arro</itoto,
f.

dismantle, pull
(fr.

down, destroy, overthrow.

-w,

airb intens.

and o</itoto to lament) to bewail, bemoan, weep for, deplore.
'A-Koiva, -wy, Tl,
,

(fr. OTTO"

wotv^ punishment.
d<poiva
fr.

Or,

from, anc as if

der) fine, penalty, forfeiture. Arroivaw -w, f. -rjad>, and Airoivdco
-w, f. -wffto, (fr. last) to ransom, redeem, quit for a fine ; to fine. avenge, pres. inf. aTroivifV. Airoiffsrov, 2 du. of Airoiaia, 1 f. of
airo<f>ipu.

same, and </idvoj murransom, redemption ; a

Avol^o/iai,

f.

ajroty^/ffo/zat, p. ario-

%qpai, to go)
sent,

(fr. OTTO

to 5-0 au>a#, depart, be

from, andotvo^iat ab-

par.

pres. a-rrot^cJ/uvoff, g.
(fr.

AxoKaQaipu, and AroKa0apfto,
aird intens.

0aptto any defilement

to

and KaQaipu, and *apurify) to cleanse away
;

expiate,

purl
f],

fy

',

to

dean thoroughly.
(fr

Aroicddapais, -to?, Att. -a>?,
last)

purification, cleaning.

cleansing

ATroKadrifiat, (fr. aitb from, anc KdQrjpai to sit) to si/ down; to
sit
to apart, separate, retire ; be indolent, listless ; to be
ill.

loiter,

faint,

AiroKaOr}fiivr), -rjs,

f),

(fr.

last) hav-

ing the catamenia.
AiroKa6icrr<p, 3 sin. cont. prea. ind. act. of a-noKaQiffrdu.

A.TTOKa9i<Trdvi$,
act.

2

sin.

pres.

hid.

of

airoKa6io~rdv(j).

.,

AiroKaOnrrdtt}, and >, f. -t}O(t), p. OTTOKa(fr. UTTO intens. and KHa, to i to

appoint)

reform,
ATTO*

restore, retrieve, recover. Kaditrranai, to subside, sink
settle.
<ra
1 1
a.,

down,

a. ind. act. arroKarfo-n}-

pass.

dTTOKciTEOTddrjv'

AiroKadiorwv, 1 sin. or 3 pi. cont. imp. ind. act. of airoKadiffrdw.
Airo(catto,
f.

-atfirw, (fr. aTrd

and /caj'to consume ;
and

to

intens. to burn) to burn up, parch, scorch.
f.

AiroKaKfu) -5,

-^o-to,

(fr.

same,

Kahili) to faint, fail, yield, sink under misfortune.
-oKci\i<j> -to,
f. -/J<rw, and -tcu, same, and KaXfto to call) to

(fr.

call
;

back, recall, send for, invite
call,

to

name.
f.

AirocaXv7rrw,

-^w, p. airoKicd\v$a, (fr. airb from, and jcaXvrrw to cover) to untei/, sfonc, display to uncover, expose; to reveal, disclose.

inf.

aireKd\v\pa' airo/caAu^ai. per. pass, airo1 a. t. pass. ind. axtpar. a-oKa\v(f>pass. aTOKaXr00;/cr>/zai.
-

1 a. act. ind.

T

j.

1

f.

3 sin.

and -Q&m. 3

rl

K

Ano
and KXtfw
overwhelm
to

Ano
to

Ano
ceive) to engender, beget, breed, bring forth ; to produce, ccaae,
occasion.
1 a. act. a-rrfKvriaa.

wash)
;

wash

out,

or away, f^ace

to

sweep away,
cleanse ; to

speak, or say / to take up a subject, or discourse ; to observe upon, remark. 1
ffoftat.
f.

; to rinse,

pass

purify, expiate. AiroKvalw, f. -aurw,
Kvaio) to

I a.

pass, ind,

(fr.

same, and

impr. airoKplQqri,

2

pi.

a

gnaw)
;

to

overpower
afflict,

to

weary, fatigue, to fret, smart ;

TC' par. 1 a. ind. 'mid. airoicpidds.

(fr. aitb from, and to ro# dotwi or I

oiooy

KvXlu to roll) ; to remove.
pass.
*cu-

a. act. aTTc/ctfXiffa. per.
fr. aitb

trouble, grieve.
f.

-icrw, (fr. AiroKvify, to pluck, twitch, Kvifa to cut)

same, and
to

cases of
-tos,

intens.

and

pinch;

to tear,

rend;

lop,

cut

'eply ; /cw^df deaf) to grow excrement. deaf, or dumb. -<Vw, (fr- airb from, A7ro/cOjUt'u>, ArroXaand /co//i'u> to carry) to bring, AiroKpirtov, (fr. same) to be answer- ATroXctjfo?)/, 2 a. inf. act to ed, it must be answered. /3d/ii/oj, -^, -oj/, par. 2 a. mid. transport. take, carry away ;
f.

a

Att. -toj, fi, (fr. Atfw, which see. to reply) an answer, A7ro/cto0do//ai -ovfuai, (fr. discharge of Ku>0(3u to deafen, th. separation,

same, and

--

Att. for a7ro(coATTO/CO/KW, -aj, -?, of last. ~ * u/erw, 1 f. act.
,.

-fi,

-bv, (fr.

same) ju1

A.iro\d(3ti,

3

sin.

dicial

;

AnoKonna,
to

mid. of -arcs, TO, {IT. airoKonrw AiroKpova6ai, pres. inf.
-ovau), (fr. and from, ~oKpov<j), and Kpoiib) to strike) to put away,
f.

//

condemnatory,

pi.

AiroXa#5<7<, 3

A7roXa'j8a)//v, pi. 2 a. sub.

.

act. of airo\aupdv(a,

cut off) a fragment, piece, part, shred,morsel. 2 a. pass. AiroKoirds, -etca, -fv, par. of same, g. sin. fern. AiroKoirdAnoKoirri, -rjs

AiroXayxdvu,

thrust back, drive off; to repel, ATroXaKTi^a), fr. which see. repulse, beat off.

fr. a;rd intens. and Xay^dvw, which see. same, and Xa/cr^w,

A7roXa///3aviv,

pres.
1

inf.

act.
n.

next) a cu</ing^ o^"; deficiency, want, failing; a fragment, piece ; abo:

>%

(fr.

3 sin. imp. of airoicpvirTdoKu, Ion.
for

ATroXa^/?ai/o//v,
act.

pi.

pres. ind.
pi.

a

A7roXa///3a'vovry, par. pres. act. of
airb

of debts; a figure when something is omitted at the end of a word.
lition

(fr.

intens.

and Kpvirru
;

to A7roXa^/?avw,
;

hide)
to lose

to conceal, hide,

obscure

Airo/cdirrw,f. -^a>,p. anoKfKotya, (fr. airb from, and Acdirro) to cut) to

sight of, leave behind eclipse, excel ; to disguise.
act. ind.
a-rreKpvipa.

to

1 a.

2

a. ind. airt-

aTroX^-opaJ, p. anoXAty^a. (fr. an-d from, and Xa///3ara> to take) to taAe ftacfc again, regain, recover ; to take back, or in return, be recompensed; to sef.

cut off;
defeat,

to

amputate

;

to

cut

off,

dislodge ; to put an end 1 a. act. to ; to exclude, debar.
airKo\jja.

Kpvftov. per. pass. airoKfKpv/ji^ai. a hiding, AiroKpv<f>fi, -rjs, >'], (fr. last)

to

concealment;
recess, retreat.
irdKpvtpos,

a
6,

covert,

shelter,

choose, take out of, except; take aside; to cut off, intercept ; to take, get, obtain ; to relect,

2

a. pass. ind.
'

airic6-

ceive,
^, ;
(fr.

entertain,
-

injv' inf. airwoirfjvai

par. airoicoact.

-on,

same)
;

par. per. per. act. Att.

act.

ird-

hidden,
A.TTOKopv(j)ovv, pres.
inf.

concealed

disguised

par. aira^^wf. 2

a. ind.

a. doubtful, apocryphal ; mid. a-niXafldnriv. treasured, laid up, stored, Att. -Wf, ?/, (fr. A7roXa//7rpvvw, fr. same, and Xa/<f. -werw, (fr. airb irdtcpvipts, -LOS, AiroKop$<5w -5, irpvvw, which see. same) a concealing, hiding. from, and Kopv<pfo to erect, th. the top) to swm />, com- AiroKrdpcv, Ion. and AiroKra^tvai, AjroXo^Trw, f. -i//o), p. -6a, (fr. Kopvtyri Dor. for airoKTtlvai, 1 a. inf. to a point. same, and \dinrai to shine) to collect, bring

cont.

secret ;

sub.

a7roXo/3w. 2

of

prise, 'ATTOKOJ, -ov,
irdKos
1

a neg. and b, f/, (fr. a fleece) without wool.
f-

act.

A7roKra//VO?,

g.

Ion.

AiroK6^iv,
KO^/OV,
1

inf.

act.

ArrdAiro-

a~oKraiifvoio, par. of airtKra^nv, 2 a. ind. mid. of airoKTrjfjii for
airoKrdvia,
tiaa,
-tv,

glitter, beam, shine forth, enlighten ; to shoot, dart, gush, or issue forth. 1 a. act

airi\a^a.

a.

impr. act;
1 pi.
f.

Kdt/'ovrat,

3

hid. mid. of

AiroKTavOr>vai, inf.
vpt,

or -vvvw,
to
to
;

(fr. airb

QS>,

-rjs,

-ij,

3

pi.

-7<ra, -fj>, Dor. or Ion. for airoX700j, par. 1 a. AiroKTavpass, of airoXaju/Savw. -Q&ai, sub. A.ir6\avcris, -10$, Att. -tof, >/, (fr.

A7roXa^00f,

par.

intens.

and Kpf^dia
p, suspend

hang)

to

famg-

overhang.

pass, of roKrdvw, f. -wG), p. airlKraica,
1 a.

(fr.

Air<5*f;/<vos, -ov, 6, >% (fr.
KprijjLvbs

same, and a precipice) precipitous,
craggy, overhang-

arrb intens.

and xrdvw

to

kill)

to

steep, abrupt,

ing.
A.itoKpidiis, -?ffa,

kiU, slay, slaughter ; to destroy, abolish, ruin. 1 a. act. ind. a-ni- ATroXavarof, and A7roXau(rryK6j,-oi/, KTsiva' sub. airoKTUvW inf. airo6, //, (fr. same) luxurious, volup-

awoXatiw to enjoy) profit, advantage, benefit; enjoyment, fruition; gratification, luxury, a. sin. amJ\avaiv.

-V,

n.

TEJ,

-Qiiaai, -Ofvra,
1 a.
inf.

par.

pi. -Qiv1 a.

Krsivaf par. airoKrdvas' 2 a. act. airfKTavov. per. mid. airtKrova.
per. pass. a~r(KTa.fiai,-aoai, -arai, and airfKraftfiat, -avoai, -avrai. 1 a. pass. ind. airtKrdvQr,v inf.
a-!roKrav6i)vai' par. airoicrav6d$. 7rOKTVtlS, 2 Sin. A7rOKTV?T', 2
pi.

tuous, gratifying.
A.iro\av(i), (fr. as-o
Xa'a) to
f.

-avcrta, p. airo\{\a\)Ka }

pass, of airoKfivofiai.
AiroKpt()7ivai,

pass,

of

from, and Xarw, obs. fr. enjoy) to enjoy ; to wia&e
deZi^ft/

same.
A7r<5cpty<a, -arof, TO, (fr.

MSC

o/,

in;

to

reap the

same) an
;

answer, reply
AiroKpivai,
1 a.

;

a decree, act
inf.

a

fruit or profit of, take the benefit of, feel the effect of. pres. impr.

sentence, decision.
act.

ATroKTEvouo-t,
last.

3

pi. 1

f.

act.

or impr.
1

of

air6\av, 1 a. act. ind. airtXavaa, Ion. airdXavva' sub. airo^avau' 1
pi. airo\avffb)nv. A.iro\a(j>dts, -ciaa, -tv, Dor. for a* o1 a. (f, par. pass, of OTTOvo).
(i/,

mid. mid.
pass.
vtrai,

AitoKplvaaQai,
A.iroicpivaQai,

a.

inf.
inf.

AirOKTtVVli), ATTOKTeVVVU),AirOKTfVVV[u, ATTOKrfJ/n, ATTOKTIVVVHI,

pres.

same

3

AiroKpiv?7,2, AiroKplsin. pres. ind. pass, and
1 a. inf.

and

as airoKTdvw, pres.
KTivvvvai,

inf.

act. aTro-

AiroKpivacrOai,

mid -- ATTO-

par. pres. act. arroKTIVVVS, in a. sin. atroKTivvvvra
ofairoKrlvvvfii.
To/ct)/?5w,
to

2

a.

inf.

act. of

aao-

Poet, for airoKpidtvr Kpiv6(VT, n. du. par. 1 a. pass, of
Airo/cpi'vofiai,

-ofy(ai, p. airoKiKpif

pai,

(fr.

a-irb

intens.

and

KQ'IVU>

airb intens. and (fr. KV&MU) to game, th. Kt5/3os a die) play at dice; to gamble; to

,

),(.

-fa,p.-\i\
to

X a,(&.airb
speak)
to

from,
collect;

and Xtyw
to reject,

choose, pick,cull; to pluck, gather,
clare, signify,

to discern) to be separated, set apart, selected, chosen; to antwer, reply ; to take occasion to

risk, venture.
troKviu)
(fr.

-5,

f.

-rjff(a,

same, and

p. airoKKvriKa, KUJ'W or KVW to con-

pronounce;

bid, prohibit.

slight; to deto forAiro\iyofiai, to

(74)

Ano
cease,

AHO

AHO

speaking, sink, yield, faint;

A
take one's self away ; to

no
7T(i

A1IO
intens.

apportitm, divide among, pei 1 a. act. ind. See pass, a-oufpajuii. part, imp. air\vov. afffAucra' impr. a*6\ti<r<iv' sub. Arro/^A.-uVw, f. -%via, fr. airb intens K~o\vcrat' pur. a~owhich see. ,
off,
".

go

de-

and opopyvvfii

to

wipo) to wipe away, clean thoroughly ; to brush off, put away,
remove.
Lirondcai,
1 a.

mid.

3 , imp. pass. ATTOjUf/za^a, -a$, -, per. ind. act of tt-oAfper. pa pi. a Auuat 1 a. pass. ind. tw&tiOTjv, Airoftftidopai, f. -^'up.ai, (fr. OTT 3 pi. nrcXvdrjffav' sub. airo\v6u> intens. and ^00/iai to blame
! ,

airtu.of>%dptiv.
(fr. airo

1 a. inf.
f.

act. of airouvvut.

itonvQi(j) -G>,

-7/o-ti),

and

from,
to dis-

[ivdfopai

to

speak)

2

pi.

iiroAvOriT' par. ai{f \v8els. -us, -a, 2 f. ind. act. of

t-,

charge

;

to

chide

suade, advise against, divert, turn from ; to prohibit, forbid, hinder.
TTOjutfaffw,

,-rprovK; to deter, dis

AroAwjSrt'w -w,
-Wjuat,
ii'.

Ai same, and
ar,d

",

f.

-vui,
f.

(fr.

same,

am

imp. pass. a;rpi;0(5//;v -otif.ir)v. or -rrw, f. -^w,' (fr. airb
/^c-o-w
to

wait.) to sto?/, tarry.
;'^u>,

and tjpc clean ;
intens.

to wipe) blow the nose ;
atrovaiiai.

to to

which

see.

-itjta, (fr.

same, an

overreach,
A~ovaio[j.at.,

trick.

ATTfJAwAa, -M?) -, A-jr0AwXtt(i', ATTCAwAtKfVai, ATToAcoAfiw, ATr

HKpifa to share) to divide among portion; to appoint, commission, intrust.
.'.>!.b)

same as
pi. infp.

Airdvavro, 3
(fr.

of
to help) to
to,

7ro>Au/. ATroAwAwf, -uTa, -6?, neut. pi. -Awmid. Att. of A<5-a, par. per.
Awy, -t>7,-<5?.

see

-&,

f.

-jjffa,

(fr.

same

same, and
benefit

tvrjjjn

same.
A~oAw:n'a),
f.

-law,

(fr.

rro

from,
o^T,

and AWTTI^W to strip) to sirip undress, put off" clothes.
A.irt!\<i>Tt<a,
f.

and pcTplii) to measure) to wieawe o^", take measure of; t' measure out, allot. A7ro/xrpf'o//a -ounai, to measure for myself,
s
;

receive
fit of,

from, take proto

enjoy;

trust

rely

upon.
xriv, Jroet. tor airovacbiai, 3 pi. 1 a. sub. of Airovdui -w, f. -daw, (fr. airb from,

:

.'.-/tare. f.

-ru,

Att.

-j'oi,

to

fi.ironiiK.fi vu>,

-uvw, p. -uyjca,

fr

pluck, tear, pull.
A7ToAu><iaa>, or

w, (fr. -0?w -w, from, and Ato^aw to rest) to allay, mitigate, assuage ; to calm,
still.

f.

same, and MKUVU, which see. A-oui7iwo$, -<ra, -av, 1 a. par
act.

and

vdia

to

dwell) to

remove,

of
f.

change residence ; to return, come back ; to send away, send
to

A-iTo>.tr)viw,

-tffu,

p.

-j/ca,

(fr.
tc

another abode

;

to

eject,

drive

quiet,

AiiojidQnai?, -105, Att. -Wf, ^, (fr. avofiavBdvu to unlearn) forget-

snnie, cherish
lirc,

and
a.

nrjvia to

be angry)

lasting hatred, bear
i

ma-

away, separate. A7roi/cr0at -iiaQai, pres.
of airovfouai.
rrovf/JKa,
f.

inf.

pass,

grudge.
-oT'iwi, (fr.

fulness, oblivion, failure of recollection ;
Airofialvoftat,

same, auc
to

decay of memory. f. -nvpai, (fr. awo in-

Hiiitopat

to
to

mimic)

imitate,

copy, try

rcsembk, counterfeit.

p. airovtviiirjKa, intens. and vipa to di(fr. airb vide) to allot, share, distribute.
~/^w,

tens.

mad,

to rage) to be beside one's self, distracted.

and naivowi

pres. inf. aitomfteiff^ai'paf
iroiupriiJia,

rrovevQtjfttvos, -rj, -ov, pass, of airovofb).

par.

per.

Or, (fr. airb priv.) to cease from madness, or raging, recover
reason.

-aroj. ro,

(fr.

last)

an

rrovcvor/ptvws, (fr. last) foolishly,

imitation,
feit.

rcsenblance,

counter-

wildly, distractedly,
rrovfonai,
(fr.

a~b from, and via

Axouavctva, of last.
Airo/j.av9dvd},

n. fcm. par.
f.

2 a. pass,

airb irOfiiTpota -i5, (fr. a mitre) to

from, and
c^"
</*c

to go) to go, depart; to return,

jurpa

s/rip

come back.

airo^iaQ^aoi-iai, p.
(fr.

a-opefiddrjKa,
fjiavBdvui

aro
to

priv. .and

mitre, take off the turban, unco- AirovEGTtpos, -a, -ov, Poet, for airoof dirovosver the head. vutrepos, comp.
TTOvevw,
(fr. airb
f.

to learn)
to

forget;
tice.

unlearn, A7TOf{vo//ff(, f. -wftcopai, p. ai and disuse, be ovt of pracIJLtiivrinai,
,<

-sued), p.

airovivivKa,

2

a. act.

aiTfuaOov.

per.

(fr.

same, and

p.

AiropapaivM,

ind. pass. airontfidQiffuut (fr. OTTO intens.

to

and

call to
to

remind) to remind one's self, mind, recollect, remember ;
of.
inf.
1 a.

from, and i/ct'u to nod) beckon, express by signs of the head; to dissent, disagree, deto

cline.
-ovrjfjti,

iveaken, wither) fiapnivd) debilitate, enfeeble. Airopapaivoto pine, waste, dwindle, dilaai,

to

to

think

mid. ind. arr^<1 a.

act.

of airdvapai, which

vT)<jd/jLr)V

aironvfjcraaOai*

see.
Tovjjri,

pass.

airjj.v)']ffdr!V.

away. AironapTvpfn) -w, (fr. same, and papTvpfu to testify, th. /tdprvp a
minish,

grow weak,

die

irourr/ndvsv/jia, -arog, ro, (fr. next) C7i adage, maxim, memorable

sup. a7rov)?rdrara, (fr. a neg. and irdvos labour) easily, v-ithout difficulty, or trouble.

saying
cord.

;

a memoir,
i. -cU(7{zJ
5

history,
(fr. ct?ro

re-

rovi^b), (fr. OTTO intens.

witness)
evidence.

to

witness, prove,

give
or
(fr.

andvt^w) These verbs are used by the
dialect
viirria,

irouvijuQvs&t&m

in-

of the Tarentines,

for

Ai70/xacr(ro/ja(,

and

A~oj.idffcrij),

tens.
to

and

pvr]povEv<i)

to

remind)

-rrw,

f.

-w,

awoiiipayfii,

same, and ndacaa to press) to wyjc ojf/ to rwft down ; to express, fashion, shape; to mould,
portray.
A7ro/,(arat'ci),
(fr.

impress on the memory, reto remember. -6p>ti<rai, 1 a. impr. mid. cf aro-

and airovhrw, which see. LTrovtKaw -u, fr. same, and VIKI'M,
\vhich see.
00.14
7r,j'.'(7T7u,
f.

mind:

1

a. inf. act. airoviicTi-

-^w,

(fr.

same, and

airb

from, and

same. and
;

\ivn,^
;;

/Ltara?o> to belch.

to fool, th. ftdrrjv in vain)

vu(?
to

recollection,

wash) to wash, properly the hands ; to wash off, or out ; to clean, cleanse; to shake off,
free from.
irovoeo) -<3,
f.

viirTu to

evil)

and f/a^oA-irofid^ofiat, (fr. same, to fight for, defend; /K<H to fight) to persist, in, or support a fight ;
to

affront,

remember a wrong, or keep a grudge^ live in
or Airopvvw,
(fr. airo
f.

-r'trw,

enmity.
-;;.-iT/ri,

and vow
voeo/.i.ai

to

(fr. airb from, think) to distract,

mrofioaw,

perplex, bewilder, set

mad.

ATTO-

put

to .flight, repel,

drive
f.

off.

p.

''-.iri'ipoKa,

intens.

and

-ov'tai, to dote, rave,
to

go
do-

-fw, and Airopei\iffff<j), (fr. same, and airufni\tffffOfiai, to sweeten) to *oo/z, fictXforortt
or -rro>,

onvv^.i
r/.^r/'/t

to

swear)
oo/7i.

to

siocar to,

mad ;
tage;

despair,
'i,

on

following, to

Or, with //.?} rfeny on oath, swear
inf.

irovoia, -as,

(fr.

last) folly,

madness, distraction, in;

coZm, soften, mollify indulge.
AiroiJitipeTai,
i,

;

to

gratify,
>'i.

isres.

act.

airo-

fatuation conduct.

profligacy,

vicious

3

sin. pres. ind.

(fr. OTTO

of through, and

-a?,

j/,

(fr.

arr

to ailo')

a

.'./.arc,

portion, part.
(fr.

to divS.-U:)

A-ovos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and nSvos labour) at ease, without labour ; easy, without difficulty.

Ano
Anovoardffas, Dor.
-aaa, -av, par.
1

Ano
last) a dismiss'd, discfur,

AHO
(fr.
<

for a-ovoart'iaas, a. act. of
(fr.

jection, refusal.

j, -on, I, i^n. airoir\fw to set sail)

a weighdepart-

ATovooTfw -6i, and voffTtta
hack, return
A.Trov6ff<}>t,

f. -ijcro),

a*b from,
to

per. pass, of

ing anchor, setting
ure.

sail,

to

return)

come
Airo7rf-Au/,-rt, per. act. ofan-OTrXfw
A.xoTrtTr'Xv'yKa, per.act. ofairoir).vvw

iroTrXfya, -Sro s , T fi, (fr.
,

and v6a<f> (fr. ura from, apart) asunder, apart, severally
(fr.

m
,

next)/ouZ

^hich things had been
f.

-K^a,
~iriynai.

per.

act.

Airo-

washed,
-vvia, airo7rf7rXvy/ta,
fr. an-o

separately.

-$;ai,-Krat, per.
:t.

pass

Airovoo-i^u),
,

last)

to

disjoin

intens.

and i:\vw, which

separate,
11.

sever, set

apart
or
JJTO

ol itTTOTKTrrw,
p

1

a. act, aJTV<5ff^>icfa.
pi.

Airoitnyvvu,
irfjyvvfti

(fr,
i<

,

Ion. for avoir\t'iv, pres.

Aro'j'TE?,
,

par. prcs. ofd-xtip.!,
or trouble.
(fr.

intens.

and

to fix)

inf.

of

airoTrXfto.

(fr.
toil,

aVovos easy) easily
airb

,ut

A.jrJ^vof, -0v, 6, ^,

from,

and

l-tvos

a stranger) inhospita-

ble, unfrequented, wild, barbarous, uncivilized, rude, savage.

A7ro|v<5w -w,

f.

-ciffw, (fr. last)

to

ATTOTrm'of c-a, Poet, for ; to l airoirviovaa, fern. par. pres. of airoirttw. or consistent. A xo-iiyvvnai, to grow strong, orfirm Air6irviv<ns, -10$, Att. -tws, >;, (fr. become larger t *e, next) panting, palpitation ; rest, drawing breath ; loss of breath, freeze, stiffen, clot. death. L7TOTr7<5ato -w, f. -^(rw, (fr. airb from, and 707000) to spring) -to Airoirvfti) -to, and Poet. ATTOTTJ'^W, f.

put together, frame

make firm,

banish, exile. Aroff'w, f. -f<70>, and ATroifuw, f. -tio-w, (fr. OTTO intens. and fu> or
fvo>

recoil,

rebound,

start

back

;

to

-t5ffto, p.

fail, revolt.
.iroirtd<j},
(fr.

and
to
;

airinvtv KU, (fr. anb forth, nviu) to breathe) to breathe

to scrape)
;

to
:

scrape
to

off,

OTTO
to

and Airo-tufa, f. intens. and irti<a

shave, polish,

s/?> ',/.'/

sharpen,
a.

press)

whet

to

wear

;i-my

by rubbing,
1

to strain,

press together, squeeze wring out ; to opprc
a7707rro;ffo>, p.

deep, or strong ; to pant ; to breathe forth, expire ; to stop, draw breath, respire; to rest, exhale, smell of. 1 a. act. ari-

waste, reduce, lessen.
act. aTTO^ffttJ.
A.iro%T]paivw,
f.

par.

extort, constrain.
Airoiriirrb),
f.

same, and fapaivu up, parch, scorch.

-avo>, p. -pay/fa, (fr. to dry) to dry

rwicrt, (fr. airb from, fall) to fall down,

fall

off",

separate,

airori per. pass. airoiti-nvEvnai. TTJ-TW to ATroTvtyj7<r6'/iJ'os, -rj, -or, 2 f.pass.of or from ; to Arorri'iyoj, f. -t^w, p. aitoirfirviva, and rvi'yw to (fr. GTTO intens. apostatize ; to

and

AT:orray^(ronat,Zf. pass, of airo-xfiyVU/U.
ATOflrajTTatVtt), -avo>, (fr. ard from, and Trarrrajvo) to survey) to fern round anrf look of, took 6adc
f.

tscarry.

2

?..

ind. act.

airi-

choke)
focate,

to strangle, choke ; to drown; to ciioke

sufwith

TTOTrXa^cj, or -dyyio,

f.

-y^w, p

vexation, or anger.
irvil-a'

1 a. act. airf-

-\ayxa, (fr. aird intens. and TrXa^w to confound)
!

par. airoirvi^as~ 2 a. act.

upon;

to

A.itOirairrav(ovGi,

avoid, flee from. Ion. for aTro-aTTpi.
1
f. f.

,

tray. take,
.fly,

A~oir\d^ofitzi,

set astray ; to deceive, beto err, mis-

airlirrYyov. per. pass, airoirlirviypai. 2 a. pass, aireirviyrjr. 2 f.

pass, airom'iytjaoftai.
-OTTIOJ),
-tj$,
{;,

Tavovai, 3

act. of last.
-o>cro>,

A~oirapdcv6ii} -w,
priv. dffiour, ravish.
A.iroTraTf(i) ~S>,
f.

(fr. a:rd

wander, go astray ; to miss or glance off". 1 a. ind. act.
~*]Si ~n* mid. -w, -aro.
jh/,

(fr.

airowfw to

pant) breath
;

;

fume, steam, va<;,

and irapBtvos a virgin)
-fiaia, (fr.

to

pour a~ ETrXay- Axoirvoia,
cont. of

shortness of breath.
-as,
(fr.

same) a

c-3 from, and Trarfo) to tread) to go out of the road, step aside ; to withdraw, retire ; to go to stool.
-aros, TO, crement, ordure.
(fr. last)

breath, blast, breeze.
iroTTOif'o^at -ovfjLai,
f.

pres.
f.

inf. act.
-.'/<7to,

-//ero^at, (fr.

Airoir\avd<.i} -to,
TfXdvriKa.,
(fr.

p
rr

same, and

A.TToiraTi)(ia,

ex-

to deceive) io had astray, mislead, deceive, seduce. AwoTrXavuopai, to deceive one's self, err, mislake ; to go astray, fall off, apostatize, per. pass. 1 a. ind. pass, a

airb priv. and irou'w to make) to undo; to withdraw, withhold, keep from ; to put away, cast

Air6iraTos,-ov, b,

(fr. same) excrement ; a privy ; retirement for the purpose of stool.

disown. off", reject, 707rofira?os, -of, 6, (fr. aitb

away,

ATTOTrafco, Ion. for

aroravou, pres.
1
f.

to send) an averter a guardian, protector. a sendroiropirr<,-)is,ii, (fr. same)

and

7r/^7ru>

of

evils ;

impr. mid. inf. mid. of
Airoiravw,
f.

Airo-avataQat,
(fr.

Airoir\dv'iai$, -to?, Att. -EWJ, //, (fr. last) deception, mistake, error.

ing away, dismissal, discharge; a divorce ; an escort, convoy.

i:-oir\ieir, A-o~c'iT!?opai, (fr. irpar;)j a seller) to sell. and iraviD to stop) to check, hold, V, pres. inf. act. and AITO- AiroirXtvvavrct, n. pi. par. 1 a. act. -i.7roV.oo, AiroitpoOev, or -Oi, Air6stop, stay, hinder, prevent. of iravopai, to cease, desist, refrain, rpoaBev, (fr. airb from, and rrpo or abstain. ToirXfd) -5, f. airorXruVoi. p. airo~i7rpoV0i' before) away, far off, at
-ai!<ro>,

atb from, Airo-\tiiv,

Poet,

for

AiroVetpa, -as,

fi,

(fr.

ai:b intens.

-\tvKa,

(fr. airb

from, and irXaj

a distance
iroTTrah'u>,

and 7Tipa an attempt) experience, a trial ; risk, venture.
A~oirtipdti) -C,
f.

to sail) to weigh anchor, fail away, set saU ; to sail back, return.
Airoir\T)%ia, -as,
>i,

; from afar. same as aQiirrrjui.
-rj,

-a<ru>,

or

->/<TUJ,

(fr.

(fr- airb

intens.

{iroirTd[icvo$, 2 a. rdftrjv,
^iroirTavioi-ffi,

-ov, par. of airtiratbiirrafiai.

mid. of

same, and

7Tjpao> to try) to prove,
of,

and

^\>jffff<i>

to strike)

apoplexy,

trying by a test, find by experience; to tempt, detrial

make
ceive,

astostupor, languor, famines?,

3

pi. 1

f.

Ion. for airoirravovat, of airoirraivw, same as

nishment, amazement.
!to~\np6(* -w,
f. -totrw, (fr. same, and :rXr;pdw to fill) to fill up, mate up : to accomplish, fulfil ; to perform, execute ; to grow up.
>),

ATTOTTE/.crTd'a)

-5,

f.

-wow,

(fr.

a~o

Or of aQ'nrrrim. L7ro7rTavo, (fr. airb back, and orrraito to look) to look back upon,
turn round to look at
',

from,

and

Trip-xros fifth)

to ffc-

to

avoid,

mand,

exact a fifth; to pay, share, divide a fifth, pres. inf. act. cont. airoirefjiiTTovv.

fieefrom. pres. ind. 3
VOVffl.
\.iroirr7ivai,

pi. airoirrd-

Att. -o>?, rrjTrX^puxris, -tog,
last)

(fr.

a filling up, satiety; com-

inf.

of a-iirrrjv, 2 a.
/,

Airo7rf//ru, f. -t^w, (fr. same, B-^rw to send) to send

and

pletion,

away,

ment,

dismiss

;

to

send back, return.

A^vonf^-ofiai, to reject, disclaim, deprecate, disou-n ; to divorce.
?,

rro7rX?/ptor)f,

fulfilment, accomplishexecution ; growth, increase, enlargement. he -ov, b, (fr. same)

act. of a$nrT77/n.
i.7rowroX<j, -iSos, o,
(fr. airo

from,
city)

and

ir-6\is Poet, for ir6\ts

a

without a

home

;

an
(fr.

exile, v:an-

who
es
;

fulfils, executes, accomplish-

dcrer; banished.
Airotrros, -ov, o,
fj,

-iof, Alt. -cu?,

f,,

(fr.

a finisher.

aird

from.

Ano
and
(Jirro/iat

Ano
beyond view,
pfit)

Ano
pass.
avu)p<{>dvLffp.ai.

to see)

to

speak)

to forbid, prohibit ;1

1 a.

pass,

out of sight ; not to be seen, invisible.

to

refuse, decline, renounce.

Or

ind. airop0avio-07V par.

(fr.

anj

intens.)

to

warn, an-

ATTOVTUOTOJ, -ov,
f.

6,

ij,

(fr.

next)

nounce, declare.
irop^/jyvv/Jti,

hateful, detestable, abominable.

and ATTOTTTUW, -v<rco, (fr. aitb from, irTVd) to spit) to spit out ; to reject, loathe ; to hate, abhor, abo-

airb
to
to

minate

;

to froth,

foam.
(fr. airoiriirrw

a neg. and A7T<5p0upof, -ou, 6, f], (fr. without scarlet. f. ->/fw, p. ~J7^, (fr. Trop^ypa scarlet) unadorned, plain, untrimmed. from, and prjyvvp.i to break) break off, wrench, teat , burst ; Airopvfonat, f. -//(ro/tat, (fr. airb dislocate. from, and op^'o/iai to dance) to to redance off, away, or from 1 a. -ctffa, -tv, par.
,"

AirdirTwua, -TOf, TO,

to fall) a fall; an overthrow. 1 f. act. of an-oirnrrco.
,

or withdraw dancing. to ATropwv, par. pres. cont. of airopw. Air6pprip.a, -OTOJ, TO, (fr. airopptb) a judicial rule, an order ; ATrdpws, (fr. ajropo? difficult) perenjoin)

pass, of

airop'piii),

tofoibid.

tire,

f.

tens.
th.

and opyiopai
anger)
to

-iconai, (fr. a~b into be angry,

an

injunction, or prohibition. -tos, Att. -ECO?, ^,
-,

plexedly,
(fr.

intricately ;

poorly,

wretchedly.

opyti

be enraged,

same) an
clamation.
.flow

indignant.
Airopet,
Airoalij}

order, injunction, pro- AiropwTipos, AiropciraTOj, and sup. of an-opof. Or (fr. airoppfu to
off,

comp.
fr.

3

sin. pres. ind.
f. -fjcii),

of

away) a falling

deficien- 'ATTO?,
airb

-oj

-ovs, TO,

(perhaps

-w,
to

arropof

p. rjitdpijKa, (fr. impassable) to be at a loss

cy, failure; defection, revolt; re-

from)

height,

elevation;

jection, abdication.
.ir6pprjTov, -ov, Tb, forbid) a secret.
.ir6ppiiTOs, -ov, b,
?;,

how
to

hesitate,

tress,

proceed, speak, or act ; doubt; to be in diswant, or poverty ; to be

(fr.

weariness, fatigue. f. -^u, (fr. airb from, airopptw to ATToca'-Tw, and craTTW to load) to unload,

(fr.

same)

se-

unharness,

loose,

wanting.
Airdonfia, -aros, rb, (fr. last) perplexity, distress ; want, poverty ;

doubt, hesitation.
A.ir6p6r]Tos, -ov, b,
>/,

unseen, dark, ob- Airo(T^Evvvw,or-vp.i, f.-fo-w,p. -Ka, or -rjKa, (fr. arrS intens. and scure ; forbidden, prohibited, interdicted ; inexpressible, unuttercfttvvvw, or -v// to extinguish) to extinguish, put out ; to stop, able ; not to be divulged or
cret,

hidden,

(fr.

a neg. and

spoken

;

unfit to be expressed.
(fr.

put an end
ob-

to destroy) safe, firm, unxipdu) KoppfiTws, hurt, uninjured ; impregnable. scurely. and Ion. Airooin, "n$, fj, Airoppiirno, Airopia, -as,
(fr.

last)

secretly,

to ; to suppress ; to abolish, destroy ; to go out, perish, decay, sink. par. per. act. airta-

f.

ity,

oropof impassable) perplexdoubt ; difficulty, distress ;
-q,

Airappiirrlw -w,
to

-i//w,p. a-ipiutpa, (fr. airb from,
to

and and

PVKUS. 2

a. ind. act. aitiafinaa.

2

a.

ind.

act. airffffinv, -??,

-rj.

want, penury.
Airopvi5/jvof,

-ov, pres.
fr.

par.

A.ir6pvvp.i,

pass, of or Air6ovvp.ai,
tens.
fi,

throw, cast p'nrTd) throw) away ; to fling out of, or from ; to fall upon, attack ; to drive, or turn out, expel; to reject,

per. ind. pass, a-xiafitaiiai, 1 f. ind. pass. airoa^,ffd^crop.ai. 1 a. sub. act. of ATroo-.Sfcrc-wo-t, 3 pi.
last.

airb in-

spurn.
par.

and dpvu/n, which see.
(fr.

ind. (nrlppiiLa* A7ro(r(i5/ivof, and Axoaeiovcrdai, are found in Herodotus, and aropptyas, 2 a. ind. act.
1 a.

act.

'A:ropof, -ou, 6,
Trdpof,

o neg. and
th.

airfpptibov.

act. pi. par. AiropptyavTas of last. pierce) impassable, intricate, perduAtt. -a>?, fj, (fr. plexing, difficult ; doubtful, ir6ppt\pi;, -(of, bious, uncertain, undetermined ; same) a casting away ; turning
ir/pu>

a passage,

to

a.

1 a.

seem to come from airotrcrfu, perhaps the same as airocdu. But it

is conjectured that they are corrupted from airofficvp.vos, and

a-ociov<rdai, Ion.
voj,

for a<f>ooiovp.c-

languid, weak, feeble; poor, destitute.
,

out,

expulsion
-?i$,

;

rejection,

refu-

and aQocioucdai, the par.
inf.

sal
f.

and

pres. pass, of a<f>oai6u>.

-otftru, p.

air&povKa,
;

(fr.

Troppo/),

airb intens.

and opouu

to rush) to
to sally

burst, break, dart forth

Airuppoia, -as, and Airoffciffdnmos, 1 a. par. mid. of AirdppvaiS) -to?, Att. -wj, ?;, (fr. A~ocsttt), f. -ffEicria, p. airofffOEiKa, ro from, and add) to shake) (fr. airoppfu to flow away) a dis-

out, attack, set upon ; to rebound, recoil ; to jump, or leap off ; to
flee, retreat.

charge, issue, vent; a spring, stream, current ; an emanation ; a blight, blast, decay.
iroppofidb),
-);<ru>,

to
to

shake ojf ;

to

throw

off",

fling ;

Airoppaydriv,

-rjs,

-n,

2

a. opt. pass.

or

Airoppo^tw

-u>,

f.

reject, refuse ; to drive away, repel, beat off ; to spoil, plunder. A^-oo-//vi5i'w,f. -vv&, (fr. aitb intens.

Anoppay<?,-?ffa, -h, g. -IVTOS, 2 a. par. pass, of airoppi'/yvvfu.

(fr.

airb intens.

to

suck)

to

and potitw swallow up, engorge;
taste.

and ccjuvvvw
honourable)

to adorn, th. ircuvbs
to

celebrate,

solem;

AnoppaiVw, (fr. airb intens. andpatvw to sprinkle) to besprinkle, be-

to sip,

sup,

nhf

;

to

grace, honour. ATTOC-^to

dew, wet ; spawn.
A.noppai(a,
f.

to

shower down
p. -ai/ca,

;

to

iroppvfu) -u), (fr. samo, and pvfw to flow) to run nff, flow away.
ov,' b,
?/,

vvvopat,
boast.

behave haughtily

to

(fr.

same)

-ai'ffw,

(fr.

same, andhalia to rout) to knock, or break off; to hammer pound, grind; to waste, squander; to
,

running down, flowing away ; streaming, issuing, gushing out.
fjuu>, (fr.

A7T3(T(T^/.!tw^fvof, (par. per. pass. of -o<n7//(o'u>) marked, noted.
AiroffCffr)p.i(j)niva,

-wv, TU, notes,

airb

from,

overthrow, overturn, destroy.
.f. T-, x ------ ..... ----rr ..... -,- -4/w, (fr. airb intens. ana pa-Tw to sew) to seio up, mend, patch, piece. 1 a. par. act.
,

flow) Airoatvjj, -evffit), (fr. airb from, avoppew. and aeu<*> to rouse) to rouse up, roppo)ys, -ados, ^, (fr. same, and
f.
,

same

andpw

to

comments, annotations.

as

i>uyri, ,
nc.s.s,

I

{

or'piayas a fissure) steepa abruptness, ruggedness ; crag, precipice.

excite, instigate.

Airofftvopai, to
;

Airoppid),

(fr.

same, and

ptw

to

'xoppul-i -uyoj, b, fj, (fr. airb tens, and j)&% a breach),<steep, pre-

m

hurry iff, haste away or rush out, or forth,
pass,
airoo-f'oruai,

to break, per. ind.

by Metath.
(fr.

atrfavvp.au.
Airoffrj/jiaivd),
f.

do)

to

do out, finish, complete.

par. 1 a. act. airf'pa?. Airopfrtw -w, f. -uo-u>, (fr. aitb from,

and pfw
ebb out
;

to flow)
;

to

flow, glide,
ooze,

rugged, craggy. Subs. a fragment, branch ; a race, stock, lineage ; a stream, torrent ; the opening or mouth of a river.
cipitous,

-avw,

airb

into

tens,

and c-^aivw
clearly, prove,

to

sign)

show
to

demonstrate;

away

to

leak,

drop
;

set a seal, or seal, seal up, mark ; to confiscate, proscribe.

to issue,

proceed

from

to

decay, perish, fall off;

to shrink,

waste away.
-w, f. -j$<rw, p. airipprjKa, Att. airtlorjKa, (fr. airb priv. and

and op^avl^a to (fr. bereave) to make orphans ; to deprive of any thing dear, but' properly of parents ; to bereave,
airo intens.
'

Atroariuctdb) -w, (fr- same, to set a /(((Jw to mark)

and
/

a>;-

sign or

mark
,

vpon,seal, />//',/
nr.'tp,

;

I'i't'i.trd

to notice,

strip. \ a. act. airutpdxinaa.

per.

i

(78)

Ano
f.

Ano
same, and
7-w,

Ano
-w,
f.

-<w,

(fr-

-dffw, p.

fft'iKu

to putrefy) to
to

guish;
to
rroo-idw
inf.

pine, lanwaste a it-ay, dissolve ;

which

see. per.

inf.

pass.

(fr.

aird
to
;

from,
root

draw)
\.voaK\rjfti,

putrefy, rot. -w, Ion. for a<&or<ou. nres. pass. n-xoai6oadai -ovaOat, par. airoffioojiEvos -otipsvos, Ion.
f.

(fr.'same, and or CK\IW to harden with drought)
to

extirpate

or

out of,

a-dw to away, to draw, draw forth, unsheath ; to draw
and
out,

tear

dry, parch
to

;

to wither,

decay,
a.

away, reduce;
nish.

to

cleanse, bur-

fade, die;
LTTOffArAFjvut,

harden, stiffen. 2
inf.

ind. act. aKiGKXrjv.
-j/ffw,
(fr. a;rd priv.

draw,
act. of last.
airb in-

Arroo-Trdo/ioj, to 1 retire. a. act.

withind.

2 a.
f.

a~l(f^dffa' par. airoairdc'a?. ?er.

and

virtu

to

feed) to abstain
i/,

i7toaK\rjpiJvu,

-vviOt, (fr.

pass.

arrfffTraffftdi.

from food,
ff/Toj

to death. feat, stone
(fr.

tens.

A-6fflTo>, -ov, 6,
A.KOffttar:dii)

same, and

to stiffen,

and oxAvpvvu grow hard ;
; to

to harden) to be hard-

ind. a-tffitdadrjv

1 a. pass. par. itxoa-ao-

food) fasting, loathing. -w, f. -ijffu), (fr. a~d into

hearted, severe
.7roffAcoAor/u,

treat harshly.

f.

tens.

and c-iuirdw

be

silent, th.

struck

ffuavri silence) to be silent, mute, to be unnoticed, ;

(fr. aro from, and a stake) to break down a o-ArdAo^' fence, open a way, make way.

a-xb intens.

-po, p. -aoKa, (fr. and (nra'pw to sow) to
disseminate,

sou-;

to

spread
p.
-t*ra,

abroad, publish.
A.Troaxfvc<j>,
(fr.
f.

dumb

A-off*coAi>7rTa>, (fr.

passed by in
last)

silence.

AUTTTU to
fj,

same, and GKOrend) to peel, strip, unlacerate,

aTroaTrc.iffo),

same, and
;

inrivoia to

pour)

A.iroaiu>irtjeis, -10$,

Att. -stas,

(fr.

cover ;

to

silence, secrecy,

reticence;

coriate; to

maim,

scratch, exmutilate, par.

to sprinkle
fice,

to

pour out

in sacri-

make a

libation, or offering

concealment by not speaking ; a blank left for conjecture; the
figure aposiopesis.
AffOffKapt(u>,

per. pass. a7re/coAt>^/irvo.
TTOGKoiffd) -<2,
f. -rjcii),

~vo>,
(fr.
|

f.

a-o from, bound) to Jung the limbs through pain ; to palbeat ; to pant, pitate, throb,
f.

-/Vw,
to

aKoriii)

of liquids; to sacrifice. and A.-OGKO- A.oG7revu), f. -v<70>, (fr. a~b from, and ff-zti'cii) to hasten) to dis-Eu<7w, (fr. a b from, and or CKO-CVU to mark) to suade, discourage, advise from,

and GKapifa

breathe hard.
A.vocKt^dvw[ii,.f. -dffa), p. -aKa, (fr. OTTO intens. and cxcf.dd) or cKt-

cdvvvui to scatter) to dispel, disperse, dissipate, fling about.

or against. view from a distance, survey ; to aim at; to aim, keep in vicu; Airoc-opog, -ov, b, fj, (fr. to disseminate) derived, or deattend to, pursue as an object. scended from; sown, planted; r6cKO-o$, -ov, o, f), (fr. last) bc-\ subs, an offspring, holding from a distance, viev:ing; aiming, pursuing; obser-\ Aroc7rou(5dw,-do-ci),(fr. arc from, and <7-orcdu> to hasten) to slackattentive. Or, (fr. aroj vant,
'
'

iium, auu
siUy
;

a^'JTTUj

a.

uutii

tiij&uiu,,

AToo7Crdu>, f. and cice-rdfa

-d<rw, (fr. asx) priv. to cover) to uncover,
(fr. OTTO

inconsistent,

preposte-

open, expose. Airoo-irrw, f. -i//w,

inten?.

and go

(FKfirru)

to see ; to

to survey) to visit, watch from a tower,
p. -aKa, (fr.

or height, observe, spy.
A.iroffKevd<i>,
f.

-dciii,

same, and GKtvdfa to prepare)
lay by, lay up, reserve ; to prepare, provide. AiroffKsvd^o^at, to carry off goods or furniture. remove, change residence ; to
to

pack up baggage, prepare for a journey ; or to unload, forsake baggage, in order to travel, or
to dismantle, march lighter ; break up ; to empty, evacuate. 1 1 a. tnid. f. mid. aifOffKvdffOfj.ai.

axtoKEvaadyLriv. per. pass, cnrtcKti'affpat.

A-oo-KOJ/?,

-rjs,

ft,

(fr.

OTTO

intens.

and
ture,

cKEvfj furniture) goods, sub;

stance

a pack, parcel
train,

;

furni-

baggage ;

women and

-&, f. -(i<TW, (fr. OTTO from, and cKrjvou to pitch a tent) to remove the tent, or habitation ;

change residence,
tance.
LiroffKJ/Trrcij,
f.

retire to

a

dis-

-4u,
aiu/irru)

same,

and

p. -0a, (fr. to lean) to

avoid, shun, get away, escape ; to slip from under ; to fail ; to dash, rush upon, hail, shower

down.
(fr.

1 a. act.
i.

par. aroo-jo;i//a?.

iTOffKidfa,

-dffu, p.

are intens.
to

a7T(mara, and aicidQu to
shade,

shadow)
darken.
liroffKiafffia,

overshadow,

a shadowing, overshadowing ; a darkenshoiiow, adumbration, ing ; a shade, slight appearance.
-OTOJ, rb,
(fr. last)

Ano
cover) to unroof, strip off the roof; to uncover. 1 a. act. atrtcrrfyac-a.
pi.

Ano
a commissioner of the iimy.
cont. aTroo-ToAaj.
fj,

Ano
n.

TocrToAJ), ->/j,

(fr.

a/rooTfAAw to

A7rooT/yo-^a, -aroj, TO, (fr. last) a cover ; a covering; a roof. lid, AiroA7ro<TT?Aa, 1 a. inf. act.
o-T/Aa?, par.
1 a. act.

AmxmtAiro-

A//,3sin.

1

a. sub.

act. act.

crAov,
OTfAAw.

1 a.

impr.
-fw,
to

of

cnro-

send forth) a mission, commis; a message, office, duty ; a ATToo-njyf'w -w, f. -170-0), (fr. and in an apostleship ; tens, and gift, prcsmt ; o-ruytw to hate) to afjthe means of sending a messenhor, f1:t(st, loathe, abominate ; to ger ; a judgment, visitation,; a shun, avoid. pestilence, plague. ATTOO-TW, -j)j, -p, 2 a. sub. act. of
sion
roffTo^Kos,
;

turned from, averse, strange , malign, unfavourable ; an apostrophe, the mark of a letter bein^ cut oft' in Greek.

-bv, (fr. uro'cToAof
to
roo-uArto-at,

ATToo-Ta^w,

f.

(fr.

OTTO

from,
to

go march) crd^u) away, depart; to retire, with- A~<5oToAoi', -ov, TO, (fr. a/roorfAAw to send away) a light skip, packdraw; to go back again. 2 a.
ind. act.
airiffri%ov.
f.

and

an apostle) apostolic, relating an apostle, or the apostles.

Dor.

for

ATToo-vAaTat, 3 sin; cont. pres. ind. pass, of
oo-uAa'w -w,
f.

-?/<rw, (fr. atrb

from,

et,

advice boat.

and ffuAaw
to pillage,

to rob) to steal, rob;
f.

-eAw, p. aTrforaA/ca, A-o"oroAof, -ov, 6, (fr. same) a mesATrooTfAAw, (fr. same, and crAAw to send) to senger, ambassador, commissionsend away, dismiss ; to send out er ; an ; afieet, armada.
apostle
t.

plunder, spoil.

roffuvayai,

send, send forth, despatch, send off; to equip, pro-

of the way

;

to

Adj. sent, despatched.
iroffTO/jiari^ui,
-;'cru),p. <nrtffTOfid-

1 a. act. ind. vide, prepare. airtcrTti\a' par. arrooTtt'Aaj. 2 a. act. a-KtcraXov. per. pass, airloraA/a. 2 a. pass. ind. airtcrd-

riKa,

(fr.

airb
to

from, and cropa
repeat heart

-w, (fr. same, oiiv yw to bring) to from, gather from about ; to recover from ; to drive away, turn out, put from among.
together,
collect

and

the mouth)

from me- ATTooDvdywyos, -ov,
nicated.
ATroc-vpi'^to,
f.

\nv. sub. aTrooraAw'par. aTrooraAefc. per. mid. airiaro\a.

to per; suade, prevail on, or force to to or incite to speak; provoke, speak ; to draw, or force words ;

mory,

say

by

6, ^, (fr. same, and awaywy/j a synagogue) put out of the synagogue, excommu-

-i'<rw,

(fr.

and intens.
to hiss at,

ATrooTfvdw
tens.

-o5,

and

f. -wc-w, (fr. airb inOTEVO'W to confine, th.

to

question, interrogate, examine.
a,i:iffTO[idTiffa.

and
hoot

1 a. act.

hiss) o-vpi'^w ; to whistle.

to

OTJVOJ narrow) to constrain, necessitate, bring to loss, or difficulty, distress.

Tto<rrou6<i> -(a, (fr.
<rro/idu>

a-b

to

sharpen,
to
;

priv. and Airocrv<r/cvaw, f. -ao-w, (fr. atib th. from, and avaKtval^u to pack up) ffr6p.a

the

mouth)

ATrooTfpyw,

f.

-o,

(fr.

OTTO"

from,

edge, or poini

and c-Tfpyw

to cherish) to dislike,

repress, stop the

to pillage, plunder, spoil. blunt, break the -o intens. to check, weaken, AroaAd^w, f. -fw, (fr. ana crrfia'^w to slay) to cut the mouth, par. per.

disregard, not to love; to hate, abhor.
AirovTtpeioOe, 2 pi. cont. pres. ind. mid. ArrooTpaT, 2 pi. cont.
pres. ind. or impr.
cTtpficris,

throat,

slaughter

;

to

sacrifice.

TTocropyoj, -ov,

act.
a.

2

sin.

1

ATTOsub. act.

of
AffooTEpew -5,
Ka,
to

2 a. par. pass. a-Koafyayds. 6, //, (fr. same, and natural affection) with- A7roo-d>aKA/o>,f. -(Va>, (fr. air^ from, eropyi) ana crQdKtXos a gangrene) to out natural affection, unfeeling, unnatural ; unkind ; disliking, waste, decay ; to dissolve, puhating. trefy.^
A.iroa(f>dX\(i),
(fr.
f.

deprive)

-flew, p. aireartpr]intens. and cTtoiw to (fr. affo to bereave, deprive of:
to

f.

TTOCTpayyaAf^w, f. -tad), (fr. airb by, and aTOayyaXis a halter) to
strangle, choke.
iroarpaici^u),
tens',
f.

-aAw, p.

aTriff<pa\ica,

airb intens.

trip) to trip
(fr.

and o-^dAAw to up, overthrow, supdefeat, dis-

-iau>,

airb in

plant;

to frustrate,

wrong, injure, defraud. ATTObe destitute, not to
1 a.

and oorpa/a^u)

to vote

areptofjiai,

shells, th. 6<rrpaKov

with a shard) to
to

have, be without, devoid of. qt. ind. atttaTtpriaa.' sub.
creprjffw. per.

condemn by
nish.

ostracism,

ba-

appoint ; to deceive, delude ; to mislead, seduce, deprave. ATTOto err, stray, mistake. ff^aAAojuat,

a-Tro-

2
ATToorpa^S,
sub.

a. par.

pass. airoa<j>a\ds.
f.

pass.

airtffrfprjfiai'

Arro<r0arTto,

-w,

p.

-^a,

(fr.

par. a7r<TTp??/m'o?. Att. -fwj, ^, AnocrtpricFts, -<of,

impr
(fr.

-j/? , -jj,

same, and cr^aTTw
Eco,

to slay)

see

last) a taking away, privation ; fraud, swindling ; want, defi-

Aroo-rpa^Jjvai, Tpa0if, par. 2 a
ffo^ai,

inf.

ATTOO--

or

-t(t>

-w,

f.

-)7c-a>,p.

2

f.

ind. pass.
f.

-rjKa,

and

AiroffQtvSovi^tt),

ciency ; need, poverty.
Airoarcprirris,

see

ff(f>ev6avd(j),

f. -law, or tr^v5ov/^o).

-ov, o, (fr. same) cheat, impostor, deceiver.

a AnoarpEipw,
(fr.

-t^'W, p.

AirofftyrjXda, -af,
:

-,

1 a. opt.

JEol.

aro from, and orpf^wto turn)
to A-noff<ppdyi(Tfjia,

A-xoaTiiOt, ->?TW,

2

pi.

-

ATTOCTTW,

-???, -?J,

-<m?r, impr. sub. 2 a. act.
-T(U,
1
f.

to

turn from, or away, divert

convert,

change

;

to pervert, cor-

A~OcrflCOj]iai,

-?/,

mid. of a^iaTTjfii.
Airdarrjua, -aroj, TO, (fr. a<f>icTrifii to separate) a separation, part-

put
to

rupt, incite to rebel; to return, back ; to return, bring back ;
reject, ceal ; to

-OTOJ, TO, (fr. a-b dimin. and cr^payif a seal) a signet ; the impression of a seal.
f.

L7ro<r%ow,

-data, (fr. airb intens.

refuse
leave,

;

to

hide,

con-

ing

;

an imposthume,
2
a. inf. act

abscess,

ATTOO-TP f^ojuat,
to

desert, forsake. toturn awayfrom ;

and o-^d^w to lance) to open to a vein, bleed ; break in
pieces.

gathering.
A.iroar>ivai,

arf,oai. 1 a. inf. act

-- ATTO-- ATTOOTTT

disregard,
1

hate.

slight; to dislike, a. act. ind. airiarptipa'

\.-oo%uv,

2

a.

inf.

act.

Arro-

of airi%w. o-^wv, par.
Att. -Wf, 7), (". L7T0'<TV0'l?, "(0, aTTf^w to withhold) forbearance, moderation ; abstinence, temper' once, soberness.
iiroff%t(rov(n,

impr.

airoarptifyov

sub.

aitoa-

<70>0a,

1 pi. 1

f.

mid. of

Tp^.'W
pass.

par.

airoffTpfi^'as.

2
3

a.
pi.

ind.

airtcrpd<j)T]v,

-fw, (fr. OTTO intens. iroffTriptQu, and oTJ7p/w to fix) to strengthen, confirm, establish; to fix upon,
f.

a-carpdtyvaav.

2

a.

act.

ind.

3

pi.

1

f.

act. of

fasten
(fr.

in.
f.

.-ooTpa^ac-K, Poet, and Ion. for 3 sin. 1 a. act of last. airfffrpe^jc,
.Troorpo^?),
-rj?,
fi,

same.
L

7ro<7T<'A/?w,

-\l/u,

p. airiffri\<f>a

(fr. airb

from,

<m'Aj8a> to shine) *o glitter, sparkle, reflect. 2 a. impr. of -o<TTfy,

same, and

and

ffTptfyb)

to turn)

a turning

-bo, (fr- airb from, jro<rx^w, and c-^i'^a) to split) to cleave, dito rend, tear vide, cut, separate ;
f.

from, or away; a return, conversion; a refuge, shelter, asy-

away.
.-otrjcttn?, -tos,

aTroc-ra'^w. K-oaroAais, -roj, Att. -euu, 6, (fr. airoffri AAw to an admiral ;

Att, -tws,

?/,

(fr.

lum

;

an apostrophe.
s,

last)

equip)

-ov, 6, ^, (fr.

same)

a rupture, fracture; rending, breach ; a slip, branch. a

(80)

Ano
,

Ano
emA.irordvopai, debate; to inveigh, censure; be suspended, hang, depend.
exert.
to

Ano
contend,
to

(fr.

ari intens. and

leisure) to to ploy, or apply ane's leisure; or in some it
to

have

farther, farthest ; more, or most di&tunt ; remoter, remotest.

occupy

pursuit

study.
TOo-yoAt'oyai -ovpat,
(fr. aird
f.

-^ffo/zo,

from, and ff^oA^
;

leisure)
airo-

to be

busy

to

employ, apply, or

Airorfou, and -rdrw, (fr. last)/orther, more distant, remotely. rort^j^(d,f. -tffw, p. aitoriTti'xiKa, (fr. airb by, and T?^OJ a wall) Airo-ra/ivo5, par. per. pass. to wall about, surround with a .pat, -aai, -rat, in 3 pL. per. ind. pass, of OTOwall, or rampart, fortify ; to intercept with a wall; to cut off.
1 a.

>

engage onjstelf. pres. par.
,

act.

a-Tti%ica.

Airora^tffij, -ioy, Att.

-wy

fi,

and
a

AjrorTAff/itvof, -ij,-ov, (par. per. pass, of aTroTfAf w ) perfect, com*
plete, finished.
,

A^o2 a. sub. mida. mid. of OTTpar. 2

AiroTt^i<r/iO'y, -ov, b, (ft.

last)

walling
fort.

about;

a

fortification,

3

sin. pper. pass,

Poet, for ai of c

ironv, Ion. for a<f ov, or airb rov. irordxiffpa, -aroy, rb, (fr. same) a wall, bulwark, rampart. Arrdruy^a, -OTOS, rb, (fr. airorvyto miss) disappointment; restore to health ; AfforEicvdw -w, (fr. airb priv. and serve ; to recover, j^dv(a TtKvoiii to bear children) to lose, loss, harm,damage, disadvantage* to protect, guard. Aroo-wo//ai, or be deprived of children, be A-drt'ty, -toy, Att. -fwy, i), (fr. to save one's self, fiy for rechildless. 1 a. pass. ind. aim same) disappointment, misforfuge. pres. inf. mid. 1 a. inf. pass. dai. tune, ill success, loss, defeat. ViadriV SUb. a7TOTACVU0W. vai. (fr. axb in'($, -<o-a, -f*v, par. 1 a. AiroT??yav(^(i>, f. -iffia, tens. and r7yai'j'u to fry, th. pass, of airort\i<i). Afforay^, -ijs, and Ardra^j, -toj, a frying pan) to fry ; to Att. -wj, j^, (fr. airordffffu to re- ArortAttr/ia, -aroy, TO, (fr. arorfrriydvov eat fried meat ; to eat out of the a renunciation, giving a making, doing ; A/w to
-word), p. -u/ca, (fr. owd inteus. and (rw^u to save) to pre-

nounce)
;

finish)

up

farewell, adieu.

a finishing, execution
to stretch)

;

an

effect,

pan.

A.iroTdcrjv, (fr.

axordvu

at full length, at large, largely,

fully.

f. -u, (fr. same, and event, production, end, termina- A-or^/cw, tion ; a charm, incantation ; the TijKii) to melt) to melt, dissolve ; to steep, soften; to consume, infiuence of the stars ; an image

LxoTadus,
riva>.

1

a. par.

pass, of airo-

suspended to their power.

arrest, or

draw down
viz.

waste, decay.
A.iroTi6njjti,
f.

airo6>'ia<i),

p. airoriBti-

Airora(cfi 2 a. par. pass, of a-zo- A.T:orc\t(rfiaTiKrj,
TijKia.

-rjy,

f),

rt^

KU,

(fr.

airb

AffdraKroj, -ov,

b,

rj,

(fr.

arordffffw

(fr. same) the art of making and using the figures for charms ; as-

lay)
ojf,

to lay

from, and TtOrjpi to down, or aside, put
quit,

relinquish,

renounce;

to arrange) reserved, laid by, set apart, destined, intended. AJTOAfforo^d^Evoj, -T], -ov, par.

trology ; incantation.

rorA07/arfroy,
tive, efficient.

-TI,

-ov, (fr.

same)

acelective, effectual, operative,
TortXtafjibs,

lay by, store, or treasure up ; put off, defer, delay, procrastinate ; to expose, put out to perish.
to

to

A-oTdfrffdai, inf. 1 a. mid. rdffo-erat, 3 sin. pres. ind. pass.
oi'

1 a. act. airiQr,Ka. 1 a.
(fr.

mid.

ar-

-ov, b,

same) a

OrjKudrjv.
f.

1

a. pass, airerldrjv. 1

Airoro<T<TCi>,or-rT<i>,

f.

-dfu>,p. -a%a,

making, finishing, conclusion; an effect, end.
ATTorfAfffrYicds, -ov, b,
fi,

pass. airoTrfrjaouai. 1 f. mid. . 2 a. mid. ind. airtinf.

separate, distinguish, set apart from others. A.itordc-

der) order;

to or(fr. a-rd from, and rdso-w to arrange, regulate, set in
to

(fr.

same)
^voy.

airo9tadai' par. airoOf-

effective, effectual, efficacious.

For

other

tenses

see

ror\evrdw -5, f. -ijcrw, (fr. airb intens. and rticvrdu to end) to

A?ror/(crw,

fr. airb

intens.

cease, vouai, to give commands, send finish, conclude, stop, with orders; to take leave, bid come to an end ; to die. adieu, bid farewell; t renounce, ATTorfAfUTTjo-iy, -toy, Att. -a>y, fj, (fr. last) decease, death. give up, forego. 1 f. mid. OTTOToo/iat. 1 a. mid. ind. a-ntra^d- AfforfAfw -w, f. -f/aw, and -tow, p.

which see.

AronAAu,
out;
to

f.

-?Aw,
off,

(fr.

same, and
to take

Tt'AAw to pluck)

to

pluck up, or

pull

strip;

off the hair.

pnv'

inf. airoTdl-affOai.

por. pass.

airorrAKa,
to form,

(fr. ;

<nroTfray|iaj.
Airorarti), sup.
(fr. affd

shape

to

rtAoy an end) ArdrtAua, -aToy, TO", (fr. last) a shred, piece, fragment ; hair, or bring to pass,
; to

from) very

effect, fulfil,

accomplish

do,

wool plucked
A-iroTtfjidti)

off.
->}o-a>,

distant, very far, farthest

of all.

perform;
plete,

to perfect,

finish,

-w, f. -wo-u, (fr. airo of, ravoos a bull) to make a bull.
ATcoraupdo/uu, to imitate a bull,

of; to tax, yield, contribute. A irort\io-

make an end

compay a

-w,

f.

airb intens. to value,

and ripdu

p. -J/KO, (fr. to honour)

rage

like

a

bull.
Jj,

A.v6ra<f>os, -ov, b,

(fr. airb

priv.
;

to improve, amend, make liai, progress; to recover health, per. pass. airoTtTi\ec[iai. par. a;rorT\tffjj.ivo$.
1 a.

appraise, estimate; to,, esteem, regard ; to fine, amerce ;
to dishonour, slight ; to pledge, give bail. Affort//do/iat -Spat, to take a pledge, accept security.
A.iroTiftri(ta,

and TO^OJ a tomb) unburied
not laid with ancestors
;

pass. ind.

airTairb

interred

\ia6rjv' par. airor\effdd$.
A.iroTf(ivti),
f.

-aroy, rb,

(fr.

last)

a

far away.
A.nora<f>ptv<t>,

an-or/ju,

(fr.

pledge,

and
ditch.

-i5<rw, (fr. airb from, T<typoj a ditch) to ditch
to

f.

from, and Tfpvw to cut) to cut off, lop, sever, dismember ; to intercept ; to take apart, appropriate. par. 1 f. act. airort^div. per. pass.

penalty; security given by a guardian ; a compensation for dowry.
deposit,

pawn,

about, fortify;

cut off by a

A.iroTifjibv,-ov, rb, (fr.

same) apriee, value, rate ; a pledge, security.

AiroTf'yywj

fr-

yw, which see. Ajror0tv, Sync. for<nror007<rav, 3 pi. 1 a. opt. pass, of an-oTffl

art intens. and rty-

trdTiftos,
-TJ<TO,

-nro. 1 a. pass. ind.

a^rairo-

HfiQnv opt. ajrorpu7007v,and
A.iroTif-tcQai, 1

-ov, b, TU (& same) pawned, engaged, bound. Or, airb priv. and TI/ITJ honour) (fr. inglorious; private, mean, ob-

ATOT'V,

impers. (fr. next) tends, pertains, or belongs to ;
concerns, relates to.

it

in

mid. of

airo-

scure.

it

rurrw.

An-dre^?,

-to?,

Att. -EUJ,

{/,

(fr.

A.irorivaypa, -aroy, rd, (fr. next) sweepings, dust, qffscouring, the
dirt

Ajror/vw, f. -x3, p. airorfraica, (fr. airb from, and ra'voi to stretch) to extend, spread ; to stretch, reach
out
; 'to

airoriicria to

bear children) cfaW-

coming off any thing when
f.

6trtA, ioiour, delivery, accouche-

cleaned.

ment.
Ardrf>oj, -a,
-ov,
ov,

A-irorivdcow,

enlarge, lengthen

;

to in-

and -rarof,
(fr. airb

-17?

^a,

(fr. aird

tend, purpose, desi

comp. and sup.
(81)

from)

quiver^ fn

-dfa, p. arormVafrom, and nvdeau to shake off, shake out,.

AHO
1 a. act.
ind.

Ano
impr
1

Ano

airsrtvafa.

airoriva^ov par. airoTivd%a$. inf. mid. aironvdl-acrOai.

a

AiroTivvvpcvos, par. pres. rnid. of or -vo, (fr. airb back A-Tforivw/jti,

and Tlvvvfit, or -vw to pay) also Airortd), or Airortvo), f. -tVw, p. -i*a

(fr. last) a blinding; blindnett, want, or loss of sight. explain; to remove, withto shake draw; off, reject, pu AiroTv%la,-a$, and -^07, -^y, ^, (fr. away ; to impede, frustrate. airoTvyxdvw to miss) failure; disappointment ; refusal. .iroTpiupa, -aroy, TO, (fr. last) &c. made by chip, shaving, dust,

wipe; AiroTotftonai, to file off pare down; to extenuate, clea
up,

(fr. same, and rtVw or r/w t( cleaning, or polishing. Airovpdnwos, Affotipaf, by Sync, for 1 a. mid. honour) to honour, compensate AirorpoTrdaaBai, Poet, for airorpoairovpicrdfjievos, par. reward ; to repay, pay, or suffei and aTrovpiVay, par. 1 a. act. of avOai, pres. inf. cont. of avro-

for, atone for, make compensation; AiroTivvvuai, Airoriouai, A;:orpd7ra(oy, -ov, b, //, (fr. airorpf&c. to exact punishment, punish TO) to avert) preserving, protectrevenge, avenge. 1 f. act. 3 sin. ing; averting, or turning away evils; to be averted, shunned
act.

airovpiu),

by Metapl. and Sync,
par.
1

Ion. for a0op<'w. Or for airava.
1 a. act.

par.
pdd).

mid. and of airavfrom,

ind.

airirica-

3

sin.
1 a.

sub.

avoided, deprecated.

'Arovpoy, -ov,

b,

/,

(fr.

airb

airoriarj- par.

ammo-ay.

mid.

and
anb from, turn) to turn
(fr.

6'j3oy

a border) beyond the
exile.
ft,

AjroTjuf/yo), airor/^iijffffu, and T/^O-O-U (fr. airb from,

par. airoTiadusvos. or

and

rpoirdui
to

to

borders, foreign; banished, out-

f.

away from,

de-

lawed; an
irovs

or r/ia'w

cline,

shun,
f.

avoid;

slight,

.TTOVS, -ocos, 6,

(fr.

slaughter ; to intercept, separate, divide from.
i#f,
1 a. par. act. 2 a. ajror/o/fay, pass. airTLiuynv.

to cut) to CM*

neglect.
Trorpoirid^d},
to

the

foot)

a neg. and without feet;
ol

-dau>, (fr.

same)
;

lame.
vffa, fern,
,

pacify, appease, reconcile
-ov,
b, (fr.

to

ofairuv, par. pres.
17,

atone, expiate.
7rorpoTrtaoy*6y,

to

be absent.
(fr. last)

'AiroTjjiog, -ov, b,

and 17, (fr. a neg. lot) iUfated, hardfated, unfortunate, miserable, wretched,
tr6rfios

last)

Arovaia, -ay,
'njury,

absence

,

dislike,

aversion;

an

amulet,

damage, harm.
f.

charm.
TroYpoffoy, -ov, b, f], (fr. airo-pfiro) to turn away) unpleasant, disa-

unhappy, sup. airoTp.6raros. AjroroXua, 3 sin. cont. pres. act.
of
An-oroX^au) -w,
rdX/i^/ca, (fr.
//a'w to
f.

A7ro0atVo), airb intens.
to

-avai, p.

and

-ay/ca, (fr. 0atVu> to show)

greeable
->/o-a),

;
;

hateful,

odious, abo-

p.

a7ror-

minable

unlucky.

show, point out; to exhibit, display ; to utter, pronounce, declare ; to render, cause, or make
to

OTTO"

intens.

and roX-

dare)
-ijs,

to

bold, dare very
h.Tcoro(iri,

presume, be very much.
(fr.

L7roYpo$oy, -ov, b, and rpetpu to

%,

atroTffivd) to

)/, (fr. airb from, rear) educated abroad, reared among strangers ; foreign, strange.

be.
;

seem

to

Ajro0aiVo//at, to appear, express one's self, de;

clare his opinion

to

interpret,

a cutting off, cutting Airorpvydw -w, f. -170-0), (fr. airb inand rpvydta to gather tens. short, making an end of. A7roro/n'a, -ay, ?;, (fr. same) a cutgrapes) to gather the vintage ; to make up harvest ; to ting or paring closely ; lopping, enjoy,
cut off)

explain, pres. inf. pass. airo<paivtaQai' par. airo^>aiv6^tvog.
A.7ro0avofy*EV,
last.
1

pi. 1

f.

ind. act. of

pruning.
A:roYo/*oy, -ov, 6,
)^,

indulge
(fr.

in.
f. -fw, and Airorpvia, f. same, and rpv^a) or wear away) to waste, or

same) abar-

irorov^ii),

A7ro"0av<ny, -joy, Att. -cwy, /, (fr. aTTo^atvw to declare) a declaration, assertion, assurance, asse-

rupt,

steep,
;

precipitous;

-vffta, (fr.

veration;

an

oracle,
;

response;
;

duous

concise, short, brief; ri-

rpvw

to

a maxim, axiom

a proposition
(fr.

gid, severe, cutting.

rub away,

ATTorfyuy,

(fr.

last) cuttingly, se-

sume;

to

a list, valuation. out; to conbreak, tame, subdue; AirofiavrtKbs, -;), -bv,

wear

same) de-

to verely ; concisely, briefly. claratory, expressive of; express, weary, exhaust. f. 'Afforoy, -ov, b, '/, (fr. a neg. and positive, decided. -%opai, p. airoTfrpuAiroTpwyu, TroVoy drink, th. irivw to drink) and rpwyu) to AirdQacrBt, 2 pi. 2 a. impr. mid. of %a, (fr. same, abstaining from drink, living gnaw) to waste, consume, eat up,

without liquids
A.irorpdyiv,

;

not drinkable.

devour.
inf.

2

a. act. ind.

2

airiTpayov A7r<50a<ny,

a. inf. act.

of airoin-

airorpdyiv.

rpwyw.
KiroTpaxyvu,
tens.
f.

-vvw,

(fr. airb

and rpa^vvu rough) to roughen; to
exasperate.
A.Trorplirov,

to

make

AiroTvy%dvb),

iroTvy^av6fnva,-(i)v,Ta, (fr. next) disappointments, misfortunes. f. airoTvyf/irt>), p. -rt(fr.

-swy, jj, (fr. to declare) a saying, a sentence, decision, expression determination, resolution ; a proajro0a/va)
;

-icy, Att.

ruffle, fret,

airb priv.

and rvv-

to get) to ^avu)

pres.

impr.

mid. of

miss, mistake ; to miss of, fail, not succeed, be disappointed.

.iro<f>dffK<a,

clamation, declaration; the answer of an oracle. (fr. auo priv. and fydad> to say) same
(fr.

2

a. act.

ind. airtrv1
f.

7ro0ao7*fvwy,

airofyaivu

to

A.iroTpirTiKbs,

->),

-bv, (fr. next) dis-

suasive.
(fr. airb

%ov' par. afforDYwv.
rrorvitdu -u, airb intens.
to
f.

mid.

clearly, evidently. Ion. for .irofpspolaTo, airod>ipoivTO.

show) openly,
pi.

from, and

rptiria

to turn)
;
;

and rvirdw
;

to

away from, dissuade avert, turn aside, put away

turn

-wo-w, p. -wfca, (fr. to copy)
reto imitate, re-

3

pres. opt. mid. of

.iro&fpw,

to

form, fashion, portrary,

to

present,

frustrate, disappoint. AiroTptirofiai,to turn one's self from, dis-

express semble, be like.

f. airoiab), 1 a. airfjvtyica, (fr. airb from, and 0f'pui to carry) to take, bear, carry off, or away ; to carry out. to make

bury;
to

AtroTvirronai, (fr. airb from, and like ; to Tvirrw to strike) to cease beating, loathe, reject. 1 a. act. 2 a. act. airiTpairov. 2 desist from striking; to beat airtTp^/a' a. mid. one's self ; to mourn, bewail. airTpair6fjir)v. per. ind.

aviay
exhibit,

with,

kill,

destroy;

to

show;

pay,

contri; to re-

bute ; to earn, get

,gam

pass. airoTfTpafi/jiai.

.iroTVTfd)fj.a,

Airorpt^w, (fr. airb back, and rpfyo) to run) to run back, run away, fly, escape; to revolt, rebel. f. Airorpt/Ju, -^o> (fr. a irb from,

TTwo-iy,

-aroy, rb, and AITOTU-toy, Att. -o>y, i'/, (fr. airo-

port, relate, give an account of; to accuse, indict ; to convey, con-

voy, escort ;

to

bring in

to ; to

rurrdu) to

express) a resemblance,

likeness, portrait ; tue.

an image, sta-

save, preserve ; to bear, endure, suffer. 2 a. act. ind. amywy-

KOV
ind.

inf.

and

a7rVy/cfiV.

1 a.

pass.

rpfj3o)

to

rub)

to

wear away,

waste,

bruise,
to

impair;

consume, rub down, clean,
break,

7TOTV0Xdu> -5, f, -CO(TCU, p. -to)K&, fr. airb intens. and rv0X<5a), which

A.iro<f>evyw,

f.

-fw, p. -^a,

(fr.

same,

(82)

Ano
and <f>puyw to flee) to flee, or fly to away, to escape, get clear off"; shun, avoid. 2 a. act. ind. aiti0iJyov" opt. aTTfxhvyotui*
int. OTTO*

Ano

Anr

AHP
perfect
;

AliT
le ;
,

AIIX
-ov
?

Afl-poopoYwy, (fr. last) unexpectedly. ineffectual, fruitless ; incur aite ; Airpoffotns, -tos -ovs, b, ft, (fr, a neg. and Trpoaofopai to want) doing nothing, idle, indolent, inactive. abundant, abounding, affluent; not wanting, requiring, or deAirpdKTus, (fr- same) imperfectly;
endless,
idly, indolently.

interminaf

6,

fi,

(fr.

a neg. and

awing) and,
-ov, o,
f'pv
}/,

(fr.

same, and same, and

a wing) and,
-ov, 6, ^, (fr.

Arrpaf/a, -ay, f), (fr. quietness, ease; indolence.
Airpfireta, -a?,
(fr.

unworthy, undeserving. same) leisure; Airpocotdvvffosi ~ OIJ ^ ^> (^r a ne
;
'

serving

and Airpemr;,

-rjs,

f],

and &i6vvo-os Bacchus) Trpbs to, not to the purpose, absurd, unmeaning,
inconsistent.
b,
fj,

inged) unfeattiered, without feathers, or twines ; that will not, or cannot fly away,

indecorum
A-rtptirris,

next) indelicacy, impropriety, ; ugliness, deformity, -ios -ovs, 6, fj, (fr. a neg.
Trp/TTw

TrpoacdKTjTos, -ov,

(fr.

same,

and

to

become) unbecom-

ing, unfit, improper, unsuitable ; indelicate, indecent, indecorous.

and xpoGCOKdb) to expect) unforeseen, unexpected. 7rpoo~ooKriT(ios, and AitaocodKriTov,
(fr. last)

"

unexpectedly.

permanent, fixed, settled. Or, and same) with (fr. a intens. great wings, winged, rapid. \7rrtrat, 3 sin. pres. ind. pass. "Arrrta6ov, 2 du. and "AitTtoQt, 2 pi. pres. impr. mid. *AnreeQat, pres. inf. pass, of atmo.

Trp6o~iKTos, -ov, b, f/, (fr. a neg. irpbs Arrrrjv, -rjvos, b, f), (fr. a neg. and AirpcTrws, (fr. last) unfitly, improto, and iKvlopai to arrive) and TTT^vof winged) callow, unfledgperly ; unseemingly, indecently. Ion. for Airp6airos, -ov, b, ^, (fr. same, and ed, unable to fly. dat. pi. airrrjai. dirpaxTos. AtrpriKros, to come at) not to be to (fr. a neg. and itola^ai (fr. Trp6o-i[ii

Aitpidrnv, to buy) without value, price, or ransom; freely, gratis, without

TTTIKTI,

-fjs,

fi,

aiiTopai

approached, inaccessible; tainable; unrivalled.
Airp6aKoiros,

unat-

touch) the touch, feeling. 'AxTiKbv, -ov, rb, (fr. same) feeling, sensibility.
xriKbs,
-fi,

recompense.
Airpl!-,

and

Avp6<ricoirros, -ov,

Airpiyba, (perhaps from, and pi^a the root. Or, fr. a neg. and Trp/oj to saw) by the root, inseparably ; firmly,
aTrJ
stiffly,

and

fr.

tenaciously,

tooth

and

nail.
A-rrpoaiptTos, -ov, b,
ft,

ing, affecting ; reaching, having or falling ;firm, steady, upright; an influence, or power over. not striking, tripping, or throw- A-rrromfis, -ios -ovs, b, fi, (fr. a neg. innocent ; plain, TtToid) to a word) ing ; harmless, falter, and inos fearless, bold, or confident in free, open, clear ; unforeseen,

b, //, (fr. same, Trpoo-KoVrw to strike against) not stumbling,

and

-ov, (fr.

same) touch-

(fr.

o neg.

unthought
rrpoo~K6iru>s,

of.
'

and rpoaipto) to prefer) against the will, unwilling.
ATrpoatpmo?, (fr. last) unwillingly. Airpopov\tvros, and A7rpoo /3ovAev-

(fr. last) without trip, fall, or error ; safely ; innocently, uprightly.

speech. AKTOtxiiS, -tOf -OVS,

b,

f),

(fr.

07TTW
keen,

to touch, and tiros a severe, sarcastic.

word)

TrpoV/aAcro?, -ov, 6,

TOS, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same, and irpo/?ovAv*a) to consider) unadvised, foolish, indiscreet ; rash, head-

a neg. AirT6nros, and AirroiTjTOS, -ov, b, >;, and rtpoo-niyvvpi to intermingle) (fr. a neg. and jrrof'w to terrify) that will not mix ; unsociable, fearless, intrepid, undaunted.
f\,

(fr.

solitary.
b,
ft,

strong ; insignificant ed, or decreed.

;

not enactAirpoadpuros, -ov,
Trpbs at,

(fr.

same,

Airr6\enos, -ov, tTTdXeuos for

b,

f),

(fr.

TrdAs/^os
;

same, and war) un

and

A7rpo/3ovAvrwj, and A-!rpoa^ov\tvTW?, (fr. last) unadvisedly, foolishly, indiscreetly, rrshly.

be

looked

to look) not to bpdta at, horrid, horrible,
;

warlike, peaceable timid, cowardly.
f.

weak, feeble ;
to

shocking, hideous huge, vast.
tpoffdpp.io'Tos, -ov, b,

immense, "ATTTW,
to
(fr.

ai//w, p.

rj(f>a,

touch;

ATrpojSovAf'a, -as,

fj,

(fr.

a neg. npb

fi,

same,

before, and /?ovAfj consideration) want of thought, inattention, in-

and &p/xcj a harbour) Trpoj at, unsafe for ships ; without port,
or haven.

connect, join, bind; to make, finish ; to light, kindle. "Am-opai, to approach, come arrive at ; to, reach, clasp, embrace; lay hold on, take, use ; to betake in hand, enter upon; gin, to seize, lay hold of, invade, attack ; to bear hard upon, be
to
.<T,",'v?.

to catch,

advertence

;

rashness, temerity.

Atrp6dvnos, -ov, b, f/, (fr. same, and AirpdaQopos, -ov, b, 17, (fr. same, and $f'pu to bring) unfit, disadirpo^v^oj ready) dull, slow, heavy,
lazy, tant.

unwilling, inactive, reluc(fr.

vantageous, dangerous,
A7rpoo-toiroA>77r-a>j, ffwrrov the face,
(fr. same, irpdand Aa/i/Savu to

1 a. act.

ind.

A7rpo0v>u?, unwillingly, inactively.
Airpoicris, -fos -ovs, b,
i/,

last) slowly, lazily,

ctyas.

2

a. act.

^ov. imp.

i^/a' par. ind.

tiike) without

regarding persons,

pass.

?/7r-(5//^v.

per. pass, vftfuit'
a. pass. J/^fl^r. 1 a. mid. ind.

(fr.

a neg.

and irpodow
unthought

to foresee)

unpreme-

or respecting ranks, impartially, equitably, equally.

fipucvos. 1

far. mid. f.

a^iofiai.

ditated; unforeseen, unlocked for,
of.

neg. rpoffwirwf, (fr. o-uirov a mask) without

a

and irp6jyil/atiJ^v" sub. tzxLuiuat. a mask ; AVTWS, -WTOS, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and
irrojais afall) secure, firm,

and ATpoiKo?, -ov, b, rj, (fr. same, a fortune) portionless; un7rpo<
endowed.
A.ir(,ovovffla, -aj,
/j,

undisguisedly,face
TpoYj^aoro?, -ov,
6,

to face.
ft,

steady

;

(fr.

same,
Trpocr-

stable, durable.

and
(fr.

irpoTifido-aw,

Dor.

for

ATTTWTOS, -ov,
declinable.

b,

ft,

(fr.

same)

in-

same, and

p.dffau)

to touch) untouched,

un-

consider) thoughtlessdefiled,pure, chaste. ness, inadvertence, heedlessness ; A7rpo$ao-JCToj, -ov, 6, f/, (fr. same, and irpdQaais a pretence) withimprudence, rashness.
77po void) to

\.^vprof, -ov, mipcrbs a fever) freefrdm fever,
6,
fj,

(fr.

a neg. and

cool.

A-pov6riTos, -ov, b, unadvised, hasty

fi,

(fr.

same)

;

thoughtless,

out pretence, inexcusable; without hesitation, ready, prompt,

Airvpos, -ov,
TTvp fire)

b,

>/,

(fr.

same, and

without fire, or heat;
;

inconsiderate, rash;

unforeseen,

willing

;

unfeigned, sincere.
(fr.

untouched by fire

unfit for, not

unexpected.

A7rpo</>aortcT(o?,
(fr.

last)

readily,

Apovo)?rcos,

last) hastily, in-

considerately, rashly.
Axp6t>i!Tos, -ov, b,
ft,

promptly, willingly, sincerely. Airpdfyaros, -ov, b, jj, (fr. a neg. and
7rpo0>//j
'

intended for the fire ; undressed, not cooked, raw ; that stands the
fire.

(fr.

neg.

irpb

to

foretell)

unwarned; ATrvpwroj,
(fr.

unbefore, and Airrofjiai to see) foreseen, unthought of, unexpected
;

sudden, unexpected, unawares.
AirTaicTos, -ov,
b,
i',

same,

-ov, 6, ^, (fr. same, and Trupdu to burn) never brought to the fire ; new, fresh, unused.

and irraiu) to stumble) safe from 'Airuo-roj, -ov, 6, fi, (fr. same, and to hear) unheard of, stumbling, or falling, sure, firm, nvvQd.voii.ai A-rrpo6irTus, (fr. steady, upright; blameless, harmunknown, obscure; ignorant, unexpectedly. with. a neg less, innocent. acquainted Airpooparos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. and wpoopao) to foresee) unfore- "Airrei, 3 sin. pres. ind. act. of[ A r wo, and ^TTUW, f. -vo-w, p. favKa, **. curb intens. and via ( perhaps seen^ unexpected. (84)
rash, hasty.

unlast) suddenly,

APA
to drop. Or, fr. tiros a word) to sound, emit a noise, ring ; to

APA

APF

APF
Apyf 3
sin. cont. pres. ind. act.
(fr.

APF
a neg. and tpyor work)
idle,

APE
texture, or

manufacture ; glossy,

of apytw. and Apytvvbg, Apy''osi
Apyf-Tds,
-ov,
o,
r/,

inactive',
-r/, -o"v,

lazy, indolent ; unpro-

sparkling, bright, glittering.

and
;

(fr.

apy6*s
d. pi.

fitable, unwrought, untilled, cultivated.

un-

white)

u)/iite,

bright,

shining

Apyvpa>ot/?os,-ov,8,
silver,

r,,

(fr.

apyvpos

pyw, -doj -ovg, 17, (fr. 'Apyos, Argos, a town of Thessaly) the ship Argo, a constellation oftlie same.

swift) violent,
apycvvfjffi,
for

impetuous,

ApytTos, -a,

apyfiwajf. and Ion. ->;, -ov,

(fr.

and oyt'|3u> to exchange) Apyws, (fr. apyds idle) idly, lazily, a banker, money-lender, usurer. indolently ; fruitlessly, to no purpose ; reishly, hastily, inconsiderApyvptov, -ov, TO, (fr. ne*t) a
-ous,
\.p5a, (fr.

one of bank, money-lender's office. 'Apyos Argos) o/ Argos, Argos, Argive, an Argive. d. Apyvpuog, -a, -ov, Apyvpeog
pi.

aipu to take away)

filth,

Ion.

Apytioici.
(fjdvTwg,

ordure

;

defilement, pollution.

Apyei(f>6vTris, -ov, 6, (fr. for and

'Apyos Ar<f>oi'>]rrig,

gus,

a

slayer, th.

0/w
/;,

to kill)

Z/ie /ci/ter

<;e ; to pollute, contaminate. Apyvptciov, -ov, TO, (dim. fr. apyvpov silver) small silver, small mo- Apocla, -ag, >;, same as apou6g. Ion. and for ney, change. lp^voj, f. -vcro>, p. -ivna, apyfjf, -TJTOS. and Apyvpiov, -OV,TO, (fr. same) apiece Poet, for a'pr5w. Apyo-T)p, -Jjpos, Apyfo-TJjs, same as a^c\i6g. Poet. Apyr/ffTfig, -ov, and ,33 ol. of silver, coined silver, money. k.pi5??0jwoj. -ov, b, -ao, 6, jj, (fr. apyds white) white, Apyvpts, -idog, f/, (fr. same) a silver Apo/r, (fr. at'pw to take away) on high, above ; totally, utor similar vessel, shining; active, swift, bright, cup, aloft,

of Argus, Lat. Argicida. epithet of Mercury.
-f'ros, 6,

An

(fr. a'pyvpos silver) of p(5aAos, -ov, 8, /, (fr. last) foul t silver; filthy, obscene. bright, to resplendent, apyvrxf/g, d. Apcah6o> -w, f. -oJo-co, (fr. same) Ion. for apyvpfatsfiling, befoul, dirty ; to defile, blemish,
-r/,

-ov,

silver,

silvery,

,

Apyfs,

cont.

by Syst.

impetuous. Apyvpdfavng, -ov, b, ?/, (fr. same, and oivr/ an eddy) silver-windApyfd) -w, f. -j?o-o, p. -?Ka, (fr. to have leisure, be ing, silver-eddied, ..silver-streamapyos idle) ed ; bright, limpid, clear. unemployed, or disengaged ; to
linger, loiter ; to cease, stop, 1 a. Apyvpd?/Aos, -ov, b, f), (fr. apyvpos ind. act. silver, and ??Aos a nail) set with tjpyncra. silver studs, studded with silver. Apyfcts, see apyt/g.

terly, entirely, completely.
fr. same) Apcig, -tog, r,, (perhaps the point, or head of a weapon ; spike, barb.

ipfyos, -ov,
ter,

8, (fr.

apu>
;

to

water)

irrigation^ watering, giiing

wa-

or drink

;

drink

a watering

'Apvrjs, -ov, b, clops, a. sin. 'Apy^v.

the

name

of a

Cy/;,

ApyvpoKoirog, -ov,

Apy/js,

-rjrog, Apyjjs, -f'os -oPj, 6,

Apy>/ts, and A.pyiv6u$, -ccaa, EV, (fr. apA os white )white,bright, shining, sparkling, flashing ; active, swift, violent, impetuous. see aoyccrriip. Apyr/ffrrjg,

Apyia, and Apyeia, -ag, f], (fr. apyoj idle) a festival, holiday; leisure,
rest ;

idleness, laziness, sloth, in-

activity.

and pleice, well, fountain, pool. 6, (fr. same, 3 pi. for KOTTOS work, th. KOTTTW to labour) ap<5ovo-t, Apcovri, Dor. a silversmith, worker in silver, pres. of moistcoiner of silver. Apcu, f. -aw, to water, wet, en ; to give water, or drink, par. -w, (fr. same, and mid. ap<5<5/uvos. to' to collect money, pres. collect) fyw Dor. for Apsdovtra, -as, elcmand a tribute. ApiOoiaa, a. fountain in same as apyvpa/jotSicily. !,, Arcthusa, >yvp<5//oi|8oj, a curse) a (fr. ap pos. Apttd, -as, threat, menace ; a curse. jyvpoTTf^os, -ov, 8, and -a, -rig, fj, (fr. dpyvpog silver, and xt^a the Api/*aV( os, -ov, and Apci^avfig, -fog ankle ; a fringe) silver-footed, ovg, b, j], (fr. 'Aprjg Mars, and
t'l,

'ApytAos, or

(perhaps

fr.

'ApyiAAos, -ov, b, apyos white) clay,
b,
f/,

potter's clay.

Apytvdas, -EVTOS,

see apytjg.
(fr.

Apyt<5<5ovs, -OVTOS, 6,

fi,

same,
vjhitc

having fair, hunelsome. feet, or fiaivo^ai to rage) terrible infight, ankles. battle, warlike. furious Or, wearing fringe, or lace about the ankles, or on the Apeio-aytTTjg, or AptoTrayiTrjg, -ov, an Areopagile, a lower edge of the clothes. Or, with b, (fr. next) silver rings round the ankles. judge of the Areopagus.

m

'

and

oi5ovs

a tooth) having
(fr.

Apyvpo'-ovs,

-or5o?, o,

)/,

(fr.

next,

teeth.

'Apyiog, -ov, b, fi, bright; swift.

same)

white,

afoot) stiver-footed. Apyvpos, -ov, b, (fr. apyos white)
silver.

and

TroCs

o((57Tyos, or Aptiog irdyog, -ov, I, tin Areopagus, a court of supreme criminal jurisdiction at
'

'Apypa, -aroj, TO,

usually, pi. 'Apy//ara, -an', ra, (fr. ap^J) the

more

i.pyvpoTol-', v. sin. of

Apos.

for

apyvpoVoff,

Lpto

Athens. r and Ap>;tos, comp. AptdTr>o? and Apa'wv, (fr. 'Ap>ig Mars)
,

beginning) first fruits,
ferings.

first of-

IpyvpoTo^os, -ov,
silver, and T<5(ov a silver bow;

8,

for r/pyptvog, par. Apyptvog, Ion. per. pass, of ap^w.

apyrpps a bow) carrying an epithet of
(fr.

of Mars, or Mars'

;

relating to
brave,

Mars,
valiant.

or war,

warlike,

'Apyot, -wv,
in

Peloponnesus) Argians, or Ar gives, natives of Argos. ApyoAoyao -w, (fr. apyos idle, and

mid. of atpw. 'Apvos, Argos Apyvpou, Apyvpovv, Apyvpous, &c. see apyvpfos. 'Apoc,'g. of'Ap?7S. 1 a. inf. act. Aptcras, jyvpo^dos, -ov, b, (fr. a'pyvpes ApfVat, silver, and ^j'u to pour) a silver-aca, -av, g. sin. fern. -<ra -NT, to say) <o ws superfluous ar. 1 a. act. caster of silver. Afyu> par Apicainav, Dor. smith, for peaaiitTjv, 1 a. opt. mid. expressions, talk too much ; to -w, f. -Gu'G"w, p. -WK, (fr.
Apollo, silver-archer.
sin. ofapov//at, 2f.
ot, (fr.

Apurai, 3

ApyoAoy<',

Ion. for r/picavro, 3 pi. work, cast, or Jnrm in Apfffarro, 1 a. ind. mid. cover with silver; to Apiotut, -as, talk, superfluity of language. -, /}''ol. for. apiffaim, -uig, -at, present with money. 1 a. opt. act. 'Apyo?, -uv, 6, Argus, who was Apyi'po), d. sin. of dpyvpog Apfffw, -eig, -ci, Apyvsaid to have a hundred eyes. 1 f. ind. act. same cont. of apyvpfos Ap/o-w, ??s, -;;, 1 p<T.i, Also a dog's name, Swift. a. sub. act. of ap/cr^w. -eav, ~a, (fr. a'pyvpos pyvpW|UuT, of at'pw. Apyo?, -oj -ouj, ro, Argos, a city 'silver) ornaments, or ApiffOiti, 2 a. inf. mid. vessels, of Thessaly. 'HGKIKI, -ag, fj, (fr. aoivKU, to furniture of silver ; plate. -ov. b, ,}, (fr. same -OD, !/, Argos, a city of Peasentence, determination, please) 'Apyoj, '!< i.T< i'.nd resolution ; greicefulness, loponnesus, sometimes used for i', uvtofiai to buy) pa with silver ; a slave. Peloponnesus, sometimes for al elegance, politeness, wit, raillery,

speak, or write
-ag,

from
-;J,

(fr.

the purpose. last) idle

Apyvpdw same)

to

silver;

to

',

Greece.
Apyos,
dent
Apytls,
-n, -bv, white, bright, resplen;

Apyv<ptcg, 'Apyvif>og, -ov, and Aoyv(j>ijg,

repartaf.

-log -ffug,

o,

17,

(ir.

ncKovTws,
;.

(fr.

same)
(fr.

gratefully,

active, nimble, swift.
6,
f,,

white, and r^og tf'\;urc,tli. r;
to wc'iivi;)

pleasingly.

-o,

same

as

atp

of

ft

i/7,

tn' ;/.",

l>i'i"Jit

ntiTKog,

-r

h-or,

same)

plca*~

APH
m%
,

AP0
;

API
ApGpwaai,
c-ut,
1

fcin<i,

courteous

charming
(fr

Apftv,
f.

Ion. forapai', a. sin. of<i
1 a. inf.' act.

a. inf. act.

able.
f.

Ap/?{aj,
p.
inf.

Apr/frn

3

'Apflpw
1

sin. 1 a.

opt. act. or
last.

a.

apiati), ApiaKd), 7/pina, Alt. Ap0w, -77?, -jj, 1 a. sub. pass, of apw to suit) to please, gain tht 'Aprjpa, Apijpeiv, Aprjp&s, by aiou, in 3 pi. Apflwcrt. redupl. for' jjpa, pe.ri mid. Tipciv approbation, or affection ; to appper. mid. and rjpios, par. per 'Ap<, a particle prefixed, in comcalm, propitiate, concilipease, mid. of apd). ate ; to reconcile, compose differ position, to words chiefly by the Eui'Apjipa, with t settle poets, to increase or subscribed, by same for rjpa amicably ; to ac--,

act. of

api/yw.

impr. mid. of

heighten

ApicKopai, indulge in.
inf.

the signification per. mid. of aipia. quiesce, agree in, be pleased with. to please one's self, AprtpoT&s, (fr. ap?pws for 7/pw? , per. greatly. mid. of a'pw to fit) fitly, apt- ApiadvTi, act. ind. 1 a. -?/?, par. f>, fiptaa
1 f.

;

much, very,

apicai" par. apfoaj. 1 a. mid. r/otadpiv Ion. aptvdittjv' par. apeffdutvos
aofffoftai.

mid

ly,

conveniently; firmly, com-OVS,

pactly.
'ApTJS, -COS

Ariadne, the daughter of Minos. Apiyvws, -wroj, and Apfyvuroj,
-ov, b, fi, (fr. dpi intens. and yii-wffKw to know) well known, cele-

-Wf,
;

-'10$,

-IfTOSi

Poet, aptcrodusvos. AotcadueBa, Poet, for of last. 'pi. 1 f. mid.

-ov, b,
apf.c6p.f.Qa,
1

Mars, war,

battle ;

thjjfry
;

or rage of battle

a wound, scar

brated,

famous ;
tinct.

very clear, evi-

the desire or love
'Aprjs,

of war
-EW,

;

steel.

Ap<mi,

-WV, ra,

(fr.

next) a sen-

-ov, Ion.

o,

most Apicdtcpvos,

tence, decree, verdict,

judgment.
to

usually signifies
Ion. for

steel, iron.

apd. apaj, g. Aptarbs, -/;, -ov, (fr. apioKu Aprjs, ays, 2 sin. and please) pleasing, agreeable ; suit'Ap#, 3 sin. 1 a. sub. act. of aip<a. able, fit, proper; right, just,
equitable.

sin.

of

and ApiodKpvs, -ov, -vos, b, //, (fr. same, and cdicpv a tear) very melancholy, mourntearful; weeping inclined to tears.

ful,

much,

much

Aoria6fit6a, for apaadfi^da,
last)

1

pi. 1

f.

Aptffr&s,

(fr.

pleasingly,

mid. of apdouai.
~ a. sub. mid. ofoj'pw. 'Ap'/rai,3 sin, a priestLp'ijrcipa, -C.,-, >h (fr- next)
ess.
{orjTrjp, -ijpos, b, (fr.

agreeably

; fitly,

'ApCT\

for

dptro,

properly. Ion. for /jptr
'

Ap(ff'*.-r' for apicdKCTt, v. sin. of intens. Apiodiceros, -ov, b,fi, (fr. dpi and SEIKCTOS for StiKTbs, fr. cdK-

vvui to

show) splendid,

brilliant;

a', mid. of u/pw. 'ApcTai, 3 sin. pres. mid. of a'pw. Apcrav, Dor. for aptrui>, g. pi. of

imp. or 2

renowned, famous, celebrated.

apa prayer)

priest.

Apicrj\os,-ov, b,h, (fr. same, and cftAoj clear) very clear, distinct,

open/.

Aprjrtdctjs,

Apraj, -oP, b.Aretas, aman'sname.
AptTfi,
-Tis,
)/,

(fr.

or rather

fr.

apfcKw to please 'Afq; Mars) valour,

prowess, courage, fortitude, resolution ; worth, merit, virtue ; ex'i<\u,

>,t, quite plain, manifest. -ov, b, a patronymic name ; the son of Aretas. Apitj\os, and Ap^/?Awrof, -or, 6, and ?jAo? emulafl, (fr. same, WTOS, -^i -oi', for dppTjTos, (fr. a tion) worthy of imitation, much neg. and pad to speak, or fr. to be emulated or copied; excelto curse) inexpressible, apdOfiat unutterable; miserable, lent, superior, illustrious ; bright, sad,

perfection

;

force, ener-

wretched

;

cursed, execrable, im-

clear, distinct.
)ity\(j)S, (fr.

gy, power, faculty. pious. AptTifa, f. -fVw, (fr. same) to Aprjcjaivtav, -ovros, b, (fr. 'Ap??j please, appease, conciliate ; to reMars, and tyaivu to display) ceive into f. bringing battle before Mm, dealDor. for '\pov$, g. cont. of ing slaughter round him ; fierce,
.

last) emulously, studiously, anxiously; clearly, distinrtly, tcidentiy, manifestly.

^pios, and 'Appi^os, -ov, b, ff, (fr. a neg. and pi$a a root) without
root.

'Aprjs.

warlike.
{pQtis,
'a.

Ap/ui',

Ion. for apwv, g. pi. of apd.
for

'Apna, a. of 'Aprjs. 'Api?', Ion. for a'p??, 2 sin. ofapaj'Apr/at, 2 a. sub. mid. of alow.
^a<,

-uaa, -tv, par. of fip6r/v, 1 pass, of aipw. ApOir, by Sync, and Ion. for f/pApGrjr, pass.
6Tjcrav,3 pi. 1 a. pass, for -r/s, -r/, Ion.

tidfaShrrat,

Dor.

3

pi.

cont.

apiduouvrai, pres. pass. Apt0for

for

of apw.
fipOrjv,

utvi'-ri, apiOuovot, cont. pres. act. of

Dor.

3

pi.

Aoriytptv, Ion.
'inf.

for

act.

'Apnycv,

apfjyeiv, pres. Ion. for $011-

1 a.

AptOfiiti)
(fr.

-Sj,

f.

-I/GO),

p.

tip'iQfiriKa,

ind.

'Ap^rt,
inf.

-rj,
Ap0(?,
1
f.

Apijyw,
nztf,

ind.T/p/fyjyo-a- inf. apidurjirai. per. pass, rjpidurjuai' par. IjJifd) -to, -;/<7W, p. -rjKa, (fr. (fr. 'Apr?? Mars) 1 a. pass. friendship) to love, be fond succour, assist, relieve, pdftbs help, tlptOnTifjiivosypiBfifj6riv. 1 f. pass. of, attached to, feel affection for ; defend, protect. apiOf to make a debe reconciled. up, nQ^Qrmtvai, Poet, for ApT/ywv, -6vos, b, , (fr. last) an ApQuia, -as, /, (fr. same) love, drjvat, 1 a. inf. pass, of last fender, protector, preserver; tender attachment, friendship. assistant, helper, supporter. Apidurjua, -OTOS, TO, (fr. apidutw to same as ApButos, -ov, b, (fr. same) a lover, of Ap^toj, count) a number, sum total, Apf/7a,neut. pi. friend, companion. whole, amount. 'Apaoj.
f.

3 sin. imp. ind. Dor. for aofiyovtra, pres. act. of
yti;
ffa,

Ap?;yotfern. par.
to

impr.
par.

ApQijvai,

reckon, count,

aptdubs number) to number, tell over ; to class
consider, deem, suppose.

ApQt'iCtTai,

3

sin.

among,
1 a.

ind. pass,

of ai'pu.

act.

-u>,

f.

Af.??0oo?, -ov,b,fi,

to join, and ApiOurjcai, 1 a. inf. act. of same. 'Apr?? Mars, Apdubs, -ov, b, (fr. a'pu in war, Svubs the mind) union, agree- Apl6ur)ffis, -(Of, Att. -Uf, fi, (fr. Arwarlike, brave, courageous ; ment, love, friendship, attachapiOnfu) to count) an enumeraetthoos, a man's name. ment, concord. tion, reckoning, counting over ;
(fr.
'

and Sous

swift)

acfc're

Aptftyaro?,
(fr.

in

and Ap(0aroj, -ov, b, ft, same, and tfidta to kill) sfairc 6a/e. ?, -ov, 5, //, (fr. same, and

(fr.

and ApOpiT^Kos, -?, -bv, , next) arthritic, relating to the
having pains in the joints
;

a muster, survey.
nQuriTiKfj, -rjs,
/,

viz.

Tt^vij, (fern,

joints,

of next) arithmetic.

gouty.

nd^TtKos,

ear) dear to Mars, orfond Ap0pirt?, -ttfoj, f), (fr. next) pains in the joints, gout. of war ; warlike, brave, courageous. ApOpov, -ov, TO, (perhaps fr. dpta for to fit) a joint ; a smatt member yprjptvos, par. Aprjuivos, (Ion.

apiQptta to count) arithmetical, relating to numeral, skilled in acnumbers,
-fi,

-bv, (fr.

counts or numbers.
nOpLTjTbs,
-fi,

-bv, (fr.

same) lobe

of aipfw to take) cut 'per. pa^.
off,

or part

;

the privities ; the socket
;

destroyed, blighted, blasted.
for

of
if

the eye
f.

a muscle, sinew ; an

reckoned, that may be numbered; few in number.

'Apnv,

'Ap^a,
ft,

a.

of 'Apr/?, as

article in

grammar.
-were*, p. -taxa, (fr. last)
;

AptBubs, -ov,

b, (fr.

ap&ubg union)

-ou, 6.

Ap0p<5-w,
(fr.

Apr?', apvbs, b,

dps a lamb) a

lamb.

to join, late ; to

joint

to adapt, fit, regu-

number ; a number, multitude ; a sum, amouru,; a muster,

articulcite,speak distinctly.

*/.

API
Api/*a0aitt, -a?,
ij,

API
nificant.

APK

and irdvof labour) laborious, diliApt<irpa, -&v, ra, the the west; left side, left parts; gent, assiduous, active. city of the Holy land. misfortunes, ill luck. 'Aotaros, -n, -ov, (fr. 'Ap7?s Mars ; Apipaffnol, -(ov, ol, Arimaspians, but attributed as a superlative to Lut., Arimaspi, a people of AptGTvtaK, imp. ind. Ion. of for apt , Scythia, who v/ere said to have p(OTVU>. good) best, bravest, worDor. for aprrvova but one eye. thiest ; excellent ; exc chief, AptcTvo(ffa, fem. par. pres. act. pal, noble. Apifwi, -wv, ol, name of a place, Apiartvfem. part. 1 a. act. of d. pi. , -EOS -ovj, o-ao-a, 5, Aristotle, apto-Ap;jjLOiffiv. a man's name. TVW. 'Aptf, see E/^doj.
Arithmathaca, a

ayas

a chief, head, lead- .fern, of dpivros best) er, general, prince. Apiaries, AptororoVo?, -ov, 6, #, (fr. dpjffryj AptTrpf'n-aar, -as, *i, (fr. apnrpCKri the {treat, the nobility. best, and T/KTW to breed) the pafit) propriety, correctness, good f. rent of a fine, family, of a noble conduct; gracefulness, elegance. Aptora'w, -v<70), p. qpiarevKa, to fight bravely, beand AptrrpfTrw?, (fr. race; best bred, best of children ; (fr. last) Apiifpsxfws,
to or

Apto^ap^dvjoj, -ov,

6,

f>,

relating Aptarcvs ,

-

fos,

Alt.

-HDJ,

6,

(fr.

ApiarordKua,

-aj, ^,

used as the

named

after Ariobarzanes.

ApiirpCTTfis, -fos -ovs, b, intens. and to

hare gallantly, be among theforenobly born. most ; to excel, surpass. Aptoro0u'vu?, Dor. for Ion. for aptuvovj, g. of apt Apiarrjcs, ApiffTi/Effc't, Ttes, n. and aptartvat, d. pi. of become) -ouy, and -ov, 6, Trp/Trw very proper, fit, right, becoming ; Aristophanes, a Greek comic 2 pi. 1 a. impr. act. ; conspicuous. splendid poet. Aptarijaarc, :?, or 'Aptv, and 'Appts, or 'Aprtjarj, 3 sin. 1 a. sub. act. of Apt (poj, 6, $, (fr. dpjroj best, and ^/p the hand) very 'iv, -tvos, d, f), (fr. a neg. and
next)
properly, gracefully.

becomingly
/,

;

(fr.

Is or plv the nose) wanting the Apio-r/o>, f. -tVu, (fr. dpiarov dinnose ; simple, unintelligent, dull, ner) to give, or provide dinner ;

brave, gallant

;

strenuous, active,
din-

ready, handy,

Aptorwrof, -ov, b, (fr. dptarov a file, rasp, scraper. ApiffrlvcTjv, (fr. dprro$ best) each ner) dinner-time. Apij, -1^05, f/, Also the name of an unknown best, every bravest ; the best, or Apr0aXr)j, -f'oj -oiif, 6, ^, (fr. apt herb called also intens. and o0dAXo> to trip) stoutest, as picked out ; for merit, apj'o-apov. as a reward. smooth, slippery, steep, precipiApiaauos, Dor. for tous ; deceitful, false, erroneous; -ov, 6, #, (fr. dpi intens. narojSov^os, -ov, b, Anstobulus, Apiarjuos, and (Ttjfia a mark) famous, ila man's name. dubious ; hesitating, doubtful,
lustrious ;

stupid.

to invite,

or entertain at dinner.

celebrated

in

war, Apiffroydrwv, -ovos,
a

b,

Aristogiton,

simple, credulous.

courageous, brave.
Apt<r0dp//aroj, -ov,
o,

man's name.

Apt0pa6/o)j,

(fr.

next) very cleart'/

ly, evidently, plainly. dpio-ro? Apiffroyovos, -ov, b, fa (fr. dptaros J best, and yovos offspring) the ApiQpacris, - oj -ovj, 6, ? (fr. a'p: best, and ap^a a chariot) that has the finest chariot; the best or parent of a good intens. and Qpacris cautious) dischief, father, driver. tinguished, remarkable ; distinct, race, or noble progeny ; producde'a r , evident ; shining, bright. ing the best ; noble, high bred. very "Apio-ra, (fr. dptoroj best) excellently. Aristodemus, 'Apfyos, see dp^i^os. well, Jiff-rd^mcoj, -ov, 6, a man s name. AptaTayopfis, -ov, b, Aristagoras, Apltov, -ovos, b, Arion, a man's
(fr.

a man's name.
Apio-raTos,
-ov,
6,

Aristaeus,

a

man's name.

f. ->/<rw, (fr. a'pto-Apca<5(of, last) Apiorap^fu -w, cadian. TOS best, and ap;^/) rule) to com- ApiaroKpareia, and ApjoroKpdria, mand, rule, or govern best; to -as,h, (fr- dpiaroi the nobles, and Apm,impers. (fr. apxtw to suffice) an aristocrait it is take the lead, in the state ; to dissuffices, Kparfw to govern) enough, it will do. charge any office with credit. cy, a government by the rich and great; the great, the no- ApKciaBt, 2 pi. cont. pres. impr. -ov, 6, Aristarchus, a Apiffrapxos, mid. man's name. bility. Apictvn, 3 sin. 1 a. sub.

name. 'Apiaroi, -ojv, ol, (pi. of dpioroj best) the chiefs, leaders, nobles, Apicacia, -as, and ApKaSitj, -ns, fa those distinguished by conduct, Arcadia, the name of a country. an Arbravery, or spirit. -ov, 6, (fr.

Aptordw -w,
(fr.

f.

-T/O-W, p.

dine, dpiarov dinner) a meal at noon. 1 a. act. aa' mpr. apiarr/cov, -drw.

to

npiffrnica, ApiffTotcparfw -&, eat to rule supreme ;
to form,

f.

->/ff&>, (fr.

to

govern

last) best ;

act. of

apK(<j).
(fr.

ApK<5vru)?, Ion. for Ap/covvrwj,

or compose an aristocra-

same)

Apiirrdcns,

-ov,

b,

Aristides,

a

man's name.

to ApKicei, ApiaroKparto^ai -ovpai, ApKi<r07live under, acquiesce in an aris(7o>0a, 1 pi. of AputaQricopai, 1 tocracy. pass, of same.

cy.

sufficiently, enough. 3 sin. 1 f. act

--

Apn-?ov,
meed, ment.

-ov, TO, (fr. dpiGTos best) a reward properly of valour,

ucroKpaTTis, -(os,

b,

Aristocrates, ApKffj'Xdof, -ov, 6, Arcesilaus,

a

a man's name.

man's name.

recompense;
^, viz.

a

monu-

Apicrepa, -as,

v?p,
hand.
(fr.

(fr.

Tpdf

left)

the left
f.

ApioroKparftco?, -TI, -bv, (fr. apiffro- ApK<r/Xaf, -a, 6, Dor. for last. Kpdraa an aristocracy) aristo- 'Apxeois, -LOS, Att. -wj, ft, (fr. apK((I) to cratical, inclined to the aristosuffice) sufficiency, comapt<rcracy. petency ; capability ; benefit, useto
s, (fr.

ApioTpvw,
be left

-vo-w,
to

same)

last) aristocra-

fulness,

advantage;
<TTJ,

help,

aid,

handed,

use the

left

tically.

assistance, relief.
,

Aptord//a;0f, -ov, b, >/, (fr. dpiaros best. best, and ^d^ri a fight) foremost ApLtrrpbs,-a, -bv, (fr. dptcros The Greeks thought to amend, in fight, bravest in battle, excelor at least reconcile

hand.

viz.
it

(neut. of next)

awkward
favoura-

enough, ap*7.
Ap*:rof,

is

enough,

same as
to suf-

ling in courage, valorous.

-)},

-ov, (fr. apAc/o)

things, by giving them ble names, and thence

thus

foot,

pKtT&s, (fr. last) sufficiently. Or fr. dpiaros principal) dinner. pxtvOivos, -rj, -ov, (fr. next) juniper, of the juniper. Aptordvooj, -ov, 6, }/, (fr. dptaros best, and v6os mind) well-mind- 'Apm)0oy, -ov, //, the juniper tree. hand, foot, eye, side, &c. acto the substantive unKfu) -u, f. -ru, p. -jjpKtxa, to ed, well-intentioned, benevolent, cording conderstood ; unlucky, kind, humane ; brave, valiant. sinister, suffice, be sufficient, satisfy, ominous ; inferior, small, insigtent ; to avert, repel, turn away, , -ov, 6, fa (fr. same,

'Apiarov, -ov, rb, (fr. adptcroj determined. Or fr. rjfii early. they
left

un-

fice) sufficient,

enough.

named
side,

the

weaker hand
left,

&c.)

the

(88)

APM
r?nv-f

APN
aid, sucy,

APO
renounce ; to r> unthJiotd. 1 a. mid. ind. rjovncdunv' sub. apitjffdtfiai' inf. aprijdisown,

off;

to

rehei'f,

ciently.

cour, give assifl'tjtrc, help suffito be ApKfouai -ovuai,
;

and rf-rw
tling.

-ov, 6, {,, (fr. same, to strike) chariot rat-

or contented satisfied,
esce,

aaaOac par. aov^cd^itvo^. same, am maker of Ap> a>rr/p, -F/poy, 6, (fr. off a lamb, because they leap head foreIon. dpKtca. per. pass. tjpKtffuat, most as lambs butt) adiver,fishan Ar1 a. (T0JJV. 1 f. pass, Aputvia, -ay, fa Armenia ; pass. arls. menian u-oman. name of a city, also for Armej, ^, fc roet. Appivto Apuivios, -ov, b, fa (fr. last)
to

acqui- 'ApuaToriryos, -ov,

b, (fr.

agree.

1

a.

act.

*5p/cra,

a Kfiyvvui to frame) chariots, coachmaker.

i

-

foy,

-ov,

o,

torapKf-

;

(fr. last) sufficient,
,

aU>

assistant, helping,

nian. capable, useful, 'Aputvov, -ov, TO,
\

AM

beneficial; averting, lucky, see also
-a,
r
)

repelling

;

instrument

;

next) a tool. furniture, tackle
(fr.

oi'qffdutvos,

rigging, &c.
a'prroj

voy, par. pres. pass, ofdptotofit} t adapted, fit, proper, vomement, AOKTIOS, -a, -ov, (fr. rfpYo, to beit must, or is to be begun. AputiSios, -a, -ov, (fr. ap^d^u to gin)

like

a

(fr. -ov, bear.

a 'Apucros,

-17,

-ov,

(Sync.

forap<5/j:-

of Neptune's nurse, Ami. ~TI, -oi>, par ApvJvaffOai, inf. 1 a. mid. Apvijoi?rai, 3 sin. 1 a. sub. mid. Ap1 f. ind. mid. v;7<7opa<, -#, -rrac, of apvfopai,

Apvi7c-'(y, -*oy,

w

Att. -uy, ^ (fr. apviouai to deny) a demo/, dtsawn/>-

*.,ti/>,
6,
f,,

-fi,

-dv,

and

(fr. dpicroy

or the plough)
bear.

al ; refusal. suitable, adapt) fit, proper, 'Apicioy, -ov, 3 sin. cont. pres. sub. of the greater bear, agreeable ; familiar, intimate. Apvr/Tot, arctic, northern ; 'Apuocios, -ov, b, a man's name

respecting the constellation of the

Harmodius.

'Apudgotaa, Dor. for apudfyvoa fem. par. pres. act. of Apxrouvs, -voy, 6, (fr. dpicros abear, ' and uvf a mouse) some species Ap^6*u), or -rrto, f. -cu, p. ifrpuoKa a joint) to adjust (fr. of mouse. apfibs and fa a bear ; the adapt, apply, accommodate; t 'Apin-oy, -ov, 6,
constellation

that AprrirtKos, -%, -ov, (fr. same) denies, or refuses, negative.

Apv?Ti:wy,

(fr. last)

negatively.

Api'j'ov, -ov, TO,

(dim. of apy a lamb) ayoung lamb, lambkin, kid. sin. of Api'dy, g. apy, also,
6,
1

of

the

bear ;

the

tune,

harmonize;
to espouse,

to

fit,

suit

north.
ApK-roPpoy, -ov,

agree;
the a'pKToy
tract.

betroth,

'Apvoy, -on, con- ApvovutOa,

same

as dpy.
pi.

and Apvovvrai, 3
ind. pass.

o, (fr. Apvotfucvos, -n, -cv, par. pres. pass. bear, and ovpd the tail) Arctu- 'Apuol, (fr. same) fitly, convenientcont. of rus ; a star in the constellation ly, agreeably, aptly. apviouat. now 'Apwuai, (perhaps fr. apy a lamb, of the Great Bear. Apuol, (fr. same) lately, just an original means of barter) and Ion. -In, -?y, ^ ApKTO<tfXa|,-a:oy, b, (fr. same, and ''Apuovia, -ay, to take, have ; to get, receive, (fr. same) a joining, fittin 0vXd(nrto to guard) the guardian\ to con the north, the constellation of of procure, acouire, purchase ; closeness, compactness ; cord, concert, agreement ; a com change, barter; to reach, attain Bootes, or the ploughman. claim ; to pact, covenant, bargain ; harto, arrive at ; to seek, arctic,

cont. pres.

Mcrwoy, -a, -ov, (fr. northern.

same)

mony.
;

Ap/rvy,
fillet,

a

net, toils

a

net, 'Apuovifrjs, -ov,
;

cap, or covering for the hair

a

and Ion. -w, man's name, Harmonides.

6,

a

assert, vindicate, par. pres. pass. n. du. imp.

apvvuevos,

apw/ifVo).

ind. rjpvvunv, -(ro, -TO.
'<

headband, garland.

'ApfioviKos,

Ap/twy,

same as apKfrwy.
TO,
(fr.

'Apua, -aYoy,

a'pw

to

o

join)
!

chariot, cart, carriage, vehicle.

-bv, (fr. appaiia -fj, Apvwv, g. pi. joining) filling, answering, agree Apfa'/uvoy, la. m. par. 'Apa<r0ai, 1 a. inf. mid. of dp^w. ing to; suitable, adapted; harmusical. Dor. for ap^ovuai, which monical, Apfrvuai,

of dpy.

Apuayettuv, Heb. indecl. Anna- 'Apudvlos, -ov, b, fa (fr. same) con gruous, fitting ; harmonious. geddon, the mountain of Meto fit) a giddo. 'Apubs, -ov, b. (fr. dpw and Ion. -\ifi, -f/y, joint; a joining, closure, seam 'Apua\ia, -ay, a limb, member ; a hinge, bol (fr. dpw to firm, and piXy the limbs) food, maintenance, allow-\ * latch. ance ; a pittance, small Quantity Aouoarai, Ion. for Jjpuoffrai, 3 sin
j

-iEol. for

1 'Apfo//ai, -p, -rrat,

f.

ind. mid.
i,
(

of same.

,

3 pL -j], -prai, 2 and -^uvTat, 1 a. sub. mid. of 2
sin.

same.
,

-o?y v

pres.

sub. of

.

tfttt,

a. sin. Ion.

ap/mAo/v.
'

per. pass, of of

Apoiuav, Dor. for

a car- AOUOGTT), -^y, fa (fem. of next) a Apoifirjv, -oio, -OJTO, in 1 pi. apolue'Appduai-a, -ay, fa (fr. apua bride. 0a, 2 a. opt. mid. of at'pu. nage, and a/iafa a wagon) a for carriage, vehicle, properly for the 'Apuovrds, -fi, -6>, (fr. apudfy to fit) Apduutvai, Poet, Apduevai, which Dor. for Aprfav, pres. in use of women ; a covered carconvenient, suitable, agreeable. ' act. of riage. Apudrroiut, in 3 pi. apu6rroitv apow. ' pres. opt. act. of Apov, -ov, rd, the herb ramp, or 'Apfidmoy, and Apudrtos, -a, -ov, a carriage) belonging same as apudfy. wakerobin. (fr. Oppa Apudrrds, to a to carriages, a man's name, Apov, I a. impr. act. of a/pw. chariot, relating ApvaToy, -ov, 6, Anuzus. Ion. for ^povro, 3' pi. 2 a. ttfce, or in the style of a chariot ; Apovro, a lamb) a curricle. ind. mid. of same. Apvaris, -/<5oy, fa (fr- apf 1 a. inf. act. sheep's, or lamb's skin. Apuarn\affia, -ay, (fr. apua a IpoVaj, ApoVu, -^y, 1 a. sub. act. of carriage, and fXavvw to drive) 'Apvay, a. pi. of ap^v, or dpy. -rt, apo". a place Ap<5ofyoy, -ov, 5, fa (fr. ap6u to charioteering, driving a carriage; Apv?ov , (fr. next) o chariot race. 'where lamb, or mutton is sold, plough) arable, fit for tillage f
'
\

'ApjiaT?Xa'Tay, -a,

b,

Dor.

for

paTjyXaTTjy, -ov, o, (fr. same) charioteer, driver of a chariot.

market, shambles. 'Apa Apv<oy, -ov, 6, (fr. apy a lamb) a grown lamb, ram, hoggerel.

ploughed, tultivated,
Apoffiy, Ap<5uo-y, -joy, Att. -uy,

tilled.

and ApOTp/ao-ty. (fr. same) fa
cultivation, land in

'ApuariKi,,
(fr.

and Dor. -/ca, -^y, fa 'Apvoy, -a, -ov, (fr. same) of a same, and vltaj victory) the lamb, like a lamb.
AovtioBai,
pres.
inf.

ploughing,

tillage,

farming;
tillage ;

agriculture,

victory in a chariot race.
'A.ppdriov, -ov, rd, (dim. of same) a small chariot or carriage.
'

mid.

cont.

a corn field.

Apuarolpouta, -ay, fa (fr. and optuos a race) a
race.

M

as npdu. pres. inf. of LpoVo-u, same act. ap6fftrtiv. Apvtouai -ovuai, f. -ijaopai, p. tfpv>7same, uat, (fr. a neg. and dpy a lamb LpoVoi, n. pi. of chariot slain when a treaty is made) to ApdYijy, -ov, and A^orf)p, -^poy, 6, (fr. ap<5w to plough) a ploughman quarrel irreconcileably ; to deny, (89)

APH
tiller,

APP
a cultivator,

APP
Ap'pcvuirds,

husbandman

;

2
j

a. act. ind.

practitioner, student;

an epithet!

<ip7rayw.

per.

5/p7rayoV sub pass. ripiraap.a

of oxen.
Ion. for atorou, g. sin. of ApoYoto, 'Aporos, -ov, b, (fr. apdw to plough) ploughing; the seasonfur ploughj

and

and fipnd^Onv. 2 a. pass -tiynv, and ^pirdcr/v. per. ind inid/jjprraya, and 5Jpjra<5o f *w and Poet. 'Ap / procreation. Apira.KTr/p, ->/poj, iraKrfis, -ou, b, (fr. last) a robber Aporoj, ->), -o*/, (fr. same) ploughed ; arable, fit for tillage. plum Lnr, spoiler, ravisher. r AraKrftco", -?), -ov, (fr. same) pi/. 'Aporpa, pi. of dporpov. lading, plundering; rapacious Aporpoiy, -/of,, Att. -f'wy, 6, Poet.
1
\ j

v

j;p7ray^rt(.

1 a.

pass.

and Apprjvunds, -oJJ. 6, !,, (fr. same, and <ty the face) o/ a manly countenance, of a noble
mien, or
air.

Appciriis,

-tos -ovs,
fi,

-ov, b,

(fr.

and 'Appeirns, a neg. and f>tir<a to

j

incline) not leaning, inclining, or bending ; upright, erect; straight, direct ; unbiassed ; impartial, insignificant, of no consequence, weak, feeble.
Ap'pci^ia,
-a?,
/;,

for

ap6rr/s.

covetous.
Att.

(fr.

last).

impar-

Aporpiacrts, -tos,
dpoffis.

-Wj,

;,

see
j'ApTra/criKwy,
f

(fr.

last)

violently

tiality,

indifference ;

equitable

rapaciously, eagerly.
-u>,

ness.
Ap'p/iKroiffi, d. pi.

Aporpidu
-oVa), p.

and Aporpjao>,
(fr.

TjpoTptaKa,

dporpov

'ApTraKTOS, -rj, -ov, (fr. up^a^u) t seize ) plundered, robbed ; seized
wrested, extorted.

of
fi,

'App/KTo?, -ou,

6,

net to be broken.

a plough) Jo plough, till, or prepare land; to labour, cultivate
the earth.

-ov (fr. 'Apir!i\fo$, -a,
violent,

same)

rapid,

ravenous

;

swift, eager

'Appriv, or 'Apcrr/v, -tvos, b, a male of any kind. Adj. masculine,

Aporpi&v, n.

and Aporptwira, a
'

furious,

sin. cont. par. pres. act. of last. Aporptwffis, -toj, Att. -EU>J, ;, same

ApnaXius,
f

dpoaisAporpotiofis, -tos ~ovs, b, f), (fr. next, and eioos figure) like, or re-

as

Ap7ruAi'w, grasp, lay hold upon an opportunity.

manlike, manly ; strong, stout, brave, valiant. (fr. last) rapidly, voraAppr/vtd) -w, t. -)7<rw, p. -TJKO, (fr. ciously, violently ; by snatches. (fr. last) to play the man; to bully, same) to seize,
;

to catrJ

rail, scold.

Ap/^vJh-, -log -ovs, b,
stern
;

fi,

(fr.

same)
fierce,
to

sembling a plough. 'Aporpov, -ov, TO, (fr. plough) a plough.

ap<5w

to

"Ap-at;, -ayos, b, ft, (fr. ap-a^w to rob) rapacious, ravening, devouring ; subs, a ravisher, plunderer.

male, masculine, strong; harsh,
severe,
f.

rigid,

rough.
AppTjvou
-tD,

take a liusband, marry. JEol. for Aprra|ttJj, Ap'privooto act the man, beplough, the ploughshare. //at -ovpai, ApTrdfas, -daa, -av, 1 a. par. have masculine ; to desire the same. Apovv, cont. for ap6ttv, pres. inf. act. of a. pi. of male, par. per. pass. Tjppnvwueapdw. 'ApTraj, a'pjT/?. vos. Apotpa, -as, and Ion. Apovpij, -r/s, Apirdaas, 1 a. par. act. of ap^a b (fr. ao6o) to plough) arable, Apra'w -w, f. -ao-w, (fr. aprr;/ a ApptjToiroua, -as,f/, (fr. dpprjros inor ploughed land, a field, arm ; to plunder, expressible, and Troiao to do) imsickle) rob, steal. a square measure of 1 00 cubits, Ap-rreoris, -to$ -ovs, b, r], (fr. xtdov piety ; wickedness, villany ; inabout the third of an Irish acre ; the ground) on a level with the famy, obscenity. ground, land ; the earth. AppriToxoibf, -ou, b, fj, (fr. same) ground, on the groundfioor. abominable, detestable ; obscene, Apovpaios, -a, -ov, (fr. last) ara6/e, Apvsodvq, -TIS, f}, and 'Apireo&v, fit for, or relating to tillage ; ruinfamous ; a villain, profligate. -6vos, b, (fr. apTra^w to seize) a ral, rustic, wild. rope, cord ; a halter, noose, snare, Appnros, -ov, b, ^ (fr. a neg. and trap. ptu to speak) unutterable, inexApovpYov, -ov, TO, (dim. of same) a small field, paddock, a little farm. not before spoken, pressible ; pTrta, -as, f>, (fr. iri{,a the sole 3 pi. 1 f. ind. act. of atpu. of the foot) the bottom, root, or mentioned, or talked of, unuttered; Apovffi, not to be named, or f. to a mountain ; a fence, or foot of Apo*w -w, apoVw, p. 7/poxa, repeated, wall of loose stones. abominable, impious ; obscene, plough, till, cultivate ; per. pass.
the

Aporp6irovs, -o<5of, 6, (fr. last, and nous a foot) the foot, or sock of

-wcrw, (fr.

same)

f

rjpouai, -ffai, -rai.

Vpwi/, -r/s,
fj,

fj,

(fr.

ap-du)

to seize)

enigmatical, mysterious.
Ap'prjruis, (fr. last) secretly,
ly,

Att. -tws, A.p6wais, -ios,

same

as

Apirdylnv,
haste,

(fr.

apird^w to seize) in
eagerly,
swiftly,

hastily,

by snatches; rapaciously, ravenously, forcibly.
'Apirayeis, -tiaa, -fv, a. sin. -yivra, par. 2 a. pass, of same. 'Apn-ayj;, -r/s, f], (fr. apTra^w to rob)

reaping hook ; a crooked sword, hanger, scimitar ; a vulture, bird ofprey. Apxvia, -as, iy, (fr. same) a harpy, a fabulous winged fiend ; a storm, whirlwind.

a

sickle,

obscure-

mysteriously.

\.ppify>s,

see

ppiXJiiaQai, up on the

apt^oj. to crawl, or scramble

hands mount, climb.

and feet;

to

.ppafiu>v,-&vo$, b, earnest, handsel;

\.p'piXO$,

'Apfyof, 'Apia/cos, 'ov,
-qs,
//,

b,

a pledge, pawn, token, security.
a. sin.

and Appi%t),
nier, or other

a basket, pan-

appafiuva.

robbery, pillage, taking Appayiis, -105 -ovsi b, ft, (fr. a neg. and /3/7<7<ru> to break) unbroken, by force ; a hook, drag, grapple, used for fishing up things fallen whole ; firm, entire, sounr*, into a well. strong, durable, lasting. 1 2 f. ind. m. of Ion. for rate. which pi. 'Apirayr/ffdfif.Qa, Apj>ai-v, fippafyv, same. 1 a. Poet, for act. of AppvQiiws, (fr. last) inharmonioutand "Apirair/ia. -aro?, To Trayj/a, ly, irregularly.

rapine,

wicker vessel. AppvQuos, -ov, b, (fr. a neg. and pvduos rhythm) inharmonious, unmusical; irregular, not me thodical, loose, wild ; immode

1

,

(fr.
T

same)
;

spoils, plunder, booty ;

Appafyos, -ov, b,

f/,

(fr.

pillage robAp7rayf*6s, -ov, o, (fr. same) bery, plunder, pillage.

rapidity.

a seam) without seam, pa(f>f) woven throughout, of one piece.
Appeva,a.. sin.
'Ap'peves, n. pi. g. pi. ofdppr/v.

a neg. and 'Appviros, -ov, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and pvnos filth) clean, neat ; pure,
chaste; upright.

*Apirdfyi,

3

'

sin.

Apirdfyvmv, 3
f

pi.

Apptvwv,
ibcvticbs,
(fr.

Appvaovrai, for avapvaovrat) 3 pi. 1 mid. of avapvw, fr. avd up, f.

and ApvevtKds, ->?, -bv, and apvu), which see. male) mascu- Apbaotu, App(>)cia, Ion. for opptaact. of manlike ; robust, strong. pi. par. pres. line, otto, and -oia. Apffu^w, f. -aw, and Dor. -<u, AppEvoydvos, -ou, 8, >/, (fr. same, and Apptaarid) -w, f. -tjaw, p- -TjKa, (fr, to rob, a neg. and piavvvpn to be strong) p. ripnaKa, and Jjprca^a, yivouai to be) bearing males, to be sick, infirm, labour under plunder, pillage, spoil ; to snatch, producing a manly offspring. ill health. seize, take forcibly , carry off ; to ApfavtttS&s, (fr. same) in a manly
pres.
ind.
act.

'Apirdfyiv,
.

pres.

inf. act.

Apra'^oirtj,

dfprjv or ap<r/v

worry,

tear, devour.

1 a. act. ijp-

manner,

stoutly, bra'vety.

-aro$,Td,

(fr.

last) sicfc-

(90)

APT
new,
.

APT
ill

APT
;

weakness,
(fr.

infirmity,

a trencher-friend
mer's mice.

one of Ho- ApnVoAAoj, -ou, b, {/, (fr. dpn lately, or dpnos perfect, and /coAAdw
-ovftai,

rr .,..a, -as,

*,

same)

sick- A.p-1 w -w,

and Aprfopat
rb, (fr.

see
to

to

ness, disease, infirmity.

aprdw.
in-

weU

glue) slicking firmly, strong;
joined,

compact

;

lately

'App<o<rros,-ov, b,

f,,

(fr.

same)
sick;

'Aprrtpa, -dros,

firm, weak,
invalid.
V

languid,

an

4.p>-,

fr. apt* apib>, 'u, f,, (perhaps a prayer, a lamb being a frering. quent sacrifice) a lamb. d. pi. Aprtip, -fipos,

aprdw hang up) any thing suspentled, Apn'os, -ov, b, },, (fr. dpw to suit) even, equal ; whole, entire ; perhung up, or attached to, an apfect, complete, sound ; pendage ; a belt ; a pendant, earapt, fit,
agreeable, proper. b, (fr. same) a susAprijrof, -ou, 6, %, Poet, for or support of a burden, Ap-t-ouff, -oSus, 6, fi, (fr. pender, dpnos sound, and irous a foot) surefootany contrivance to bear a load ;
-

made, new.

apvdcri.

strong, healthy. thong, rope, belt ; a case, sheath, Att. -o>s, fi, (fr. scabbard ; a kind of shoe. priffis, -tos, 'Apo-va, a. sin. apApctv, fr. to form) finishing, perfecor a. du. of rlfyt a>ip air, dparjv, Aprnpia, -a>,{), (perhaps 'Apo"V, n. and Tr/ptu to keep) an artery ; same as dppnv. culture, care; ornament, tion, the pulse; the windpipe. embellishment, decoration. Apaav'iKbi, -i), -bv, (fr. dco-^r male) arte- ApriroKos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. masculine. apn lately, AprripiaKos, -r,, -bv, (fr. last) and TIKTW to produce) new born, rial. ApaevoKoirijs, -ov, b, i/, (fr. sai\ie, and Koirrt a bed) a sodomite. very young ; that has lately borne, -as, f), (fr. same, and Aprriptoropjia, see dppnv. to cut) a cutting, woundjust delivered, TffjLVd) 'Aparjv, -vos, o, fa
'

Aocdacvos, ^Eol. for apd/j.tvos, per. mid. 'Apaas, JE,o\. 1 a. par. act. of dpw.
a'pas,

1 a.

for

the

shoulders,

back;

a strap,

ed,

sound

in the

feet, firm, steady,

neut. sin

1

'Apo-Jf, -os, to raise)

Att.

-Wf,

i/,

(fr.

atpw

exaltation,

elevation,

ing, or separation of an artery or of the throat.
Aprt]pitji>OT]s,

;

prirpoiros, -ov, b, fj, (fr. to turn, 01

same, and

up ; a carrying, or taking away, deprivation ; a burden, load; tax, tribute. see dppi%os* 'Apo~t/cos, -ou, 6,
raising, lifting
1 act. 'A-pcov, 1 a. impr. 'Apo-w, f. ind. act. JEol. of dpu.

-cos -ovs,

o,

fi,

(fr.

to rear) rpfTTw rpf<p<i> just reared, or arrived at maturity,

'same, and tioos a likeness) arterial ; resembling,

young.

an

artery.

and or relating to Apn<paros, -ov, b, ft, (fr. same, ddu> to kill) lately dead, just killalready,
ed.
ApTt<f>p<iiv,

'Apn,

now, at present,
just
this
titt

lately,

now;

a-'

dpn, or
until
it

-ovo$, o,

f],

(fr.

dpnos

Aprd.Sa^os,
Aprd|3avos,

-ou,

o,

Artabazus, a

airdpn, henceforth, henceforward,

perfect,
Qpriv

and ^povldt

to think, th.

man's name.
-ou,
6,

Artabanus, a

from now,

time;

E'W?

dpn

the mind) sane, sound in

this time.

In compos,

mind.
m'wff, (fr.
ly,

implies newness ; or, for donos, whole, perfection. Aprdfa, -T,S, h a Persian measure for grain. ApnaKis, (fr. dpnos equal) equalDor. for 'Aprly, evenly, of equal number. 'Apro><j, -i$os, ft, Aorid^u), f. -dffj), p. -ana, (fr. 'Apra//of, -ou, 6, (fr. dpros bread, same) to play at odd and even; and rf'/ii/w to cut) a butcher, cook, to fit, make even, or equal ; to
butler.

man's name.

same)

perfectly, whol-

entirely ;

soundly,

sensibly,

truly.
jr'tws,
(fr.

dpn

lately) just now,

recently, lately ; evenly, fitly. iTOKOiuaKo;, -ov, b, fj, (fr. dproff bread, and ico-iaw to toil) well

Aprdvij,

-r,s,

fi,

(fr.

aprdw

to

hang

up)

a

halter,

noose,

collar; a

prepare, provide, furnish. AonaTfjibs, -ov, b, (fr. same) odd 'and even; plaj/ing at it.
Apn/3Ac;;v)f, -ios -ov;,
/3Aao-rof, -ou, 6,
>'

baked

;

bread well wrought

;

a

crust, or piece

rope, strap, belt, support.

and Aprl-

of bread. roKo-xos, -ov, b, f/, (fr. same, and O-TW to knead) a baker.
s,
,

a ApraZip&s, -ou, 6, Artaxerxes, man's name. and Ion. Aprla) -w, f. Aprdoj -u>,
-//crw,

(IV.

dpn

late-

ly, and /SAac-rdvw to bud) lately budding; but now siwotin': ;

same as Apra^fp^s.
fj,

-ot),6,

(fr.

dpros bread,
baker.
fr.

andrroa'co to

make) a
(perhaps

pend;
to

p. -vKa, to hang up, susto attach, or fasten to;

sprouting, fresh.
Ap7(,.;t/(xiJ)?, -fog -ovs, o, lately, and fiot&os
/,

Aprosi-ov,
(fr.

b,

aipa>

to

support by. Ion. Apriopai,
to

Apra'o/zot,
to

and
:

dpn

raise) bread, a loaf;

food.

an

infant)

hang, be susrely, trust

lately born, infant,

young.

{p-o^dyos, -ov,b, (fr. dpros bread, and <f>dyij) to eat) loaf-nibblery

pcndefl from, or supported by

depend upon,

lo;
;

to

prepare, provide,
-a, b,
a. sin.

malx ready

to conciliate, ingratiate.

Aeneas,
Apr^tea,

Artemas, a man's

one of Homer's mice. Apriyduos, -ov, b, 17, (fr. same, and AorvOi'/atrai, 3 sin. 1 f. pass. ydpof marriage) new married. Aprwrtre, 2 pi. 1 f. ind. act. ofapA.pnytvtO'hos, -ov, b, /, (fr. same, and yvf0A7 a birth-day) same as TUW.
Aprjytripff, -fo$ -ovs, b,

and neut.
>/,

ApnylvvriTos, -ov,
pi.

of

Apr//flf, -Ios, -ovs o,

dprtos whole, or
rf'p<a>
.

fr.

(perhaps fr. a neg. and
;

'AorJ//(i, -arof, rb, (fr. apruw to same, pickle) sauce, seasoning pickle, brine. yivofiai born) new or just born ; born, lately, very 'Aorvcis, -ios, Att. -tws, fi, (fr. young. same) seasoning, relish, sauce.
r),

Poet, for

b,

rt,

(fr.

';

and

to

be

to

divide) whole, entire
;

sound

even, not

odd ;

fit,

proper, suitable.
'ApTLuis, -roj,

Ap~t[i.icna, -as,
sia,

clined to weep. 17, Diana. the herb mugApr<7Tio?, -a, -ov, worth or motherworih ; ArtemiApri-fis, -(os -cuff,
-Joof,
fj,

and

ApndaKpuf, -uos, 6, ^, (fr. same, Apruo), or Apruj/w, f. apruffu, p. rjpand cdKpv a tear) lately weep- 'rvKa, (fr.' dpw to fit) to fit, suit, accommodate ; to contrive, feign ; ing, mourning just now ; into provide,

furnish,

equip;

to
ijp-

same as
6,

season,

salt, pickle.

I a. act.

a woman's name.
rb,

perfect,

and i-u

to

ApTtfiifftov, -ov,

(fr.

'Apr^if
statue,

tive ;

articulate,

distinct,

dpnos speak) talkadear ;
fi,

(fr.

n'ffa. par. pres. pass, ap-nio^vo^.

vos.

Diana) a festival, temple,
or other thing dedicated to

per. pass, ^prvfuti' par. rjpmftf1 a. ind. pass. nprvQiiv. 1 f.

specious,
true,

insinuating,
-t'o-w,

artful ;

pass.

cii}TvOrfffOfiat
1

Diana.

speaking
f.

Apnyiwv, -ovos, b, (fr. oprdw to hang up) the mainsail, foresail,
topsail ; a sailyard, yard, or yard-

Apn'^w,

truth, genuine. ApvcrdfiEvos, par. (fr. same) to fd,

a.
b,

mid. of
(fr.

apuu.
to

Apvor//p,

-fipos,

apua)

frame
form.

arm,

compose, settle ; lo finish, complete ; to execute, per;

to

a. sin.

aprtudva.

Ajrr/^wv,

-6t/os, b,

a man's name.

Aprnn>3ouAof, -ou, 6, (fr. dproj bread, and titi&o^os a waylayer)

ApnOa\iis,-los -ovs, b, /, (fr. and Sa'AAw to bloom) fresh bloomins, just flourishing.
(91)

draw) a measure ; a glass-full, gill ; a bucket and wheel, or such like machine for o well. same, Apvrfip, -r/oos,fi, (fr. same) abuck'ef,

'pump, or
!'

Ot'^cr

instrument to

rime

AFX
and Apu>u, Aprfw,
lift.
f.

APX
apvaw,
p. $pv-i

APX
(Mat
high
priest.

K a, to draw, raise from below; to
indecl.

ginning, and cause, origin,

KUKOS evil) the Apxitparevu, f. -tutrw, (fr. a high author of evil, or pi>y priest) to be, or
b,
(fr.

misfortune.

p(f>a^aS,

Arphaxad,

a

man's name.
;,

same, and Ap^(paT<Acdy,-^.ov, (fr. same)reApx&aos, Aooy the people) a ruler of the lating to the high, or chief print,
-ov,
'
'

angels.
r>;y,

or to his office, head, Also, Arptnple, prince, chief. pontifical. an archchelaus,a man's name. Apy^cpfa, -p?, -pe?s,-pevffi, -pf'wv, ayyfAoy an angel) Att. -wy, 6, >/, (fr. , cases of angel, chief angel, prince of Apy^'roAiy, -log, a to ;iiy, -f'oy, and Att. -fas, b, govern, and ir6\i$ city) 1? dpx<>>
-ou, o, (fr. apx/;

A.Q'yciyiras, -a, b,

Dor.

for flpvf/yt"

ruling in the
the
state,

city,

pre-eminent in
influence, or

-ou, b,

and

having

Apy^dydy, Dor. for apy^ydy, -ov, b, and fiyfopat to lead) (fr. same,

pwiver in public affairs.

Subs.

a a

r. ap^of chief, an-! priest) a high priest, chief priest; chief, head, or father of the sa-

soveni^n, ruler, prince.
for

cerdotalfamilies among the
pontiff',

Jews ;

a head,
ruler.

leader,
for
;

captain,

chief, 'ApY^o-0'

pass.

inf. (ipx^rOui, pres. Ion. 'AflY^ro, for>/pY_ro,

'Apy^u, the ap^ou, pres. impr. pass Apxupuavvr/, -r/s, fi, (fr. last) of ttpyco. high priesthood. long ago. of same) first- Ap^f'ruiro?, -ou, b, fi, (fr. p%>) the Apx^ralpos, -ov, b, (fr. ap^dy chief, Apy/n, -WV, af, (pi. and trutpos a friend) a dear beginning, and TUTTO? a stamp) fruits, first offerings.
ap%?)0v,
(fr.

Apx&OEv, Dor.

3

sin.

imp. ind. pass.

bishop ; a sacred magistrate, officer regulating holy ceremonies.

same ) from

old

of old, former-

Dor.

for

ly, anciently,

Ap^a?u>,

f.

-l<T(j>,

p. -iKa, (fr. ap-

original,

elemental,

primitive.

friend, intimate companion, chief
favourite.

anXaios ancient) to imitate the cients ; to adopt old customs ; to
restore to its dncient state.

Subs, an original, pattern, archetype.

ApyEuw, same as dpx^.
beginning, com ApY,>?, "fai <v> mencement, origin ; an extremity,
a
or outermost point,

Apydi'Koy, and Apy^m/cdy, -f), -b (fr. same) antiquated, old, old fashioned.

end

;

a

first,

Apximvoi'xos,-ov, b, (fr. same, and uvouyoy a eunuch) a principal eunuch, the chief of the eunuchs. the beApy,<*dy, -fi, -bv, (fr.

apy^

ApxaiKSJs,
ly
;

(fr.

last) oldfashioned-

or

original

anciently.
ol, (pi.

element,

state; a principle, cause, head ; authority,

ginning)
chief,

primary,

original ;

Apva?ot,-wv,

of apvaToj anancestors,

rule,

dominion,

power,

com;

cient) the ancients; forefathers.
-ou, rb, (neut.

mand, empire, supremacy

of-

principal, head; ruling, royal, imperial ; fit for command, able to direct.
-ov,
b, (fr.

of same) Apv?ov, a loan, debt, principal sum ; usurious profit ; interusance, est, return, income.

a magistrate. fice, magistracy ; PI. first-fruits, first offerings.
air'

ipyoKvf}tpv>jrT)s,
chi chief,

ap^oy
pilot)

and

Kvfiepvi'irrjs

a

the beapX'is or atrapx^f^from

Apxatos, -a, -ov, and Ion.

-rj,

-ov,
(fr.

ginning, from eternity. <ipy^/j>, r/p apxnv, for Kara rrjv apy^v. inthe beginning, at first, formerly ;

or

chief pilot, master, commander. -ov, b, Archilochus, a nian's'name.

3y/^ayipoy, -on,
chief,

6,

(fr.

apy^f
;

comp. -<5rpoy, sup. -draroy,

absolutely, verily.
to

and pdyupos a cook) a

apxn the beginning) ancient, old, of former times ; old fashioned, antique, out of date.
antiA.pxai6rris, -rjro$, fi, (fr. last) or limes of old ; quity, the
'

hold the supreme authority, rule, govern, command, Ap^totvdyooy,
(fr.

next)

chief cook, or butcher ; a butler a captain of the guard.
o?voy wine,

direct.

mm,

and Dor. Apr/zyfYas,
ou,' b,
jj.ai

chief cupbearer

ancientness, oldness.
A.pXaipt<ria,

(fr.

and

alpldt

-as, fj, (fr. apx*l rule, to elect) an election,
f.

to lead)

creation

of magistrates.
fr.

ruler; cause.

an

>;yf'o- A.py/7rapar>)y, ap^<? rule, a leader ; a prince, a pirate) a chief, or capmipartis tain of pirates. author, beginner, first

and

-ov, b, (fr. same, and y^w to pour) a ; a head butler. -ou, 6, (fr. same, and

Apy/7ro//7v, -voy,

last) -arrw, Apy/npo-(.ao>, assemble for, or hold an election
to elect, vote, choo,se ; to solicit votes, or interest.

to
;

)Y_?/yfrjf,

same as
c

same) -tops, fi, (fr. last in the fern, gender ;
ruler ;

canvass,

woman

Wytls,
an-

Ap%ai'o-|udy, -ou, 6,

(fr. ap^a?o? man's name. of the ancients ; Apv^Csi^ Ion. for t% apy^y, from the beginning, anciently ; formerof antiquated style; Apxt-pwflvrtis, -ov, b, (fr. same, and irpefffivrris an ambassador) an archaism, or ancient phrase, ly, long ago. for Kara a chief ambassador, the head of or mode of expression. jy^v, and rf,v apx^v, rfiy in the beginning, origian embassy. o^)v, Ap^aiwy, (fr. same) anciently, forat first ; principally, chiefold. nally, merly, of >y/<nro7rotoy, -ou, b, (fr. same, o-froy bread, and TTOUW to make) ly ; totally, entirely ; verily, ab'Apva/Mj, -ou, 5, (fr. aoy^ governa chief, or master baker. solutely. ment) a prince, chief, ruler. a. sin. par. 1 a. pass, a man's name. -ov, b, >X6fvra, ApyiorpaTj/yoy, -ou, 6, (fr. same, of npy.w. and (rrpar>/ydy a general)a heuil -ov, b, (fr. p^nile, and justice) a just ruler, general, commander in chief. ivfarpas, -ov, b, (fr. ap^oj chief, and mrpdf a physician) a chief impartial magistrate, jyifiuvaywyof, -ou, b, (fr. same, and cvvayuyr] a synagogue) surgeon ; an eminent physician. judge. ruler, governor, or warden 5^yp'i|///aruy, -foy, 6, (fr. same, Apy/(ny, -Ewy, ij, the white vine. sin. pres. ind. and ypa//^rus a scribe) a chief synagogue. 'Ap%av, 'Ap^f(,3 1hc, or principal sr-ribc, c!rrk, pros. inf. act. 'Apy Eo-0ai,p'"es. b.oyiTKrovvu), f. -tvffta, and Apj^tinf. 'riKrovlia -w, f. -//ffw, (fr. apy/rfKhind, or ruler of the scribe*, chief pass. 'Apyrr<u, 3 sin. pres. ind. pass, of fto^w. TWV an architect) to model, secretary. of next) ApyYcffyoy, -ou, 6, Archidamus, a scheme, design, draw a plan ; to Apv/Toj' -ov, TO, (neut. >man's name. build. the palace, court, or residence of invent, devise ; to

er, chief,

-ov, b, (fr. same) prince, ruler.

a patroness. a lead-

&, (fr. same, and a shepherd) a chief, or head shepherd. ApyiTrTroy, -ov, b, (fr. same, and (Woy a horse) a master of horse, Also a chief groom, equerry.
Tfoiiifiv

cient) imitation
affectation

'

/

the prince,

or

magistrates;

a

lyif^o-^o^uAaf, -avoy,o,
chief,
faffiiii

council chamber, courts ofjustice,

fetters,

(fr. apyo? ApxirsKrovla, and dwAot a

-ay>

'/,

(fr.

same)
of

public hall.

Apy<o?>
A'.'Yf*
i

-n,

-fir,

same as

AnxiriKruvticfi,

-7^,

17,

(fem.
(

np^fiioy.

t>,

(fr.

same)
i

\-

:T:K:

.

fr.

next)

architectural, relating to building, architecture. skilful

m

Apx<rruv,

V

S>

^>

(fr-

a ?X>

A2I
humble, lowly, significant obscure, inconsiderable ; dest ;
;

A2K
moout a iword or weapon,
ed.
Ac-/*;,

unarm-

ment ; study, pursuit, diligence
custom,
habit;

;

regimen,
(fr.

diet,
to

indistinct, confused.
,

-js

lon. for aoia, fern, of

training.

(fr. last)

obscurely,

mean-ov, b, silver.

cKnTios, -a, -ov, practised, tried,

same)

be

&c.

'AanitToj;, -ov, b, {], (fr. a neg. and Acivrj, -rjs, {}, the name of an herb, AffKnTt'/ptov, -ov, TO, (fr. same) a and of a city. CT^TTW to rot) sound, whole, healschool, hall, or public place for thy ; lasting, durable, incorrupti- Acrft'/}s, -fos -oust b, fi, (fr. a neg. study or exercise ; a monastery, ble. convent. and <nru> to hurt) unhurt, free
A.<7^p,

Heb. name.
-ji$,

indecl. Aser,
1

a man's

from harm,
less,
4.(n'os,'-a,

safe,

sound

;

harm-

Aa/urrris, -ov, b, (fr.
er,

same) a
same)

teach-

innocent.
-ov, (fr. do-is dirt)

master
-';,

;

an

ascetic, hermit.

Aaf/ffti),

-j),

a.

sub. act. of

muddy, Affords,
ary
;

-bv, (fr.

cxtr-

ao-a'w.

miry
A<7<s,

;

Affdfvcia,

and AcQtvta, -as, fi, (fr. a neg. and vdfvos strength) weakness, infirmity, bad health ; want,
cowardice,
pusillani-

7/pa/cos,

boggy, marshy. -ov, b, akind of Iccust.

cised, practiced ; usual,

custom;

-<os,
'/,

-IS)

-ws, ^nd 'Afftj, (perhaps Jr. d^w to dry)
Att.

elaborate, complete, perfect ascetic, austere.

'AnKio$, -a, -ov,
ffKia

(fr.

a

intens.

and

poverty;
mity.

mud,

slirnc,

mire

;

Jilth,

dirt,

a

shade)

A(70vfs> neut. sin. AaOevrj,-vu$, -vovs, -v&vt cases of acOtvns.
A.a6ivl(i)
(fr.

sweepings. aiTtw -w, f.
ciTi, (fr.

->;CTW, (fr.

a neg.

and

oiros food) to fast.
aiTta,

-w,

f.

-rjff<a,

p. rjaQtvriKa,

a neg. and cr0vos strength) sick, weak, or infirm; to languish, pine, decay ; to be impoverished, reduced, or destitute ; to be in doubt, waver, par. pres.
to be

same) fasting. and Aanda, -as,

exposed, glaring, desolate. Ao-xrA-ios, Dor. for
Ao-/<rA>;7no$, -ov,

dark, gloomy. without shade,

shady, dusky, Or, (fr. a neg.)
open,

17,

(fr.

act.

same) fasting, abstinence from, or neglect of food; hunger, want offood. Ao-mw, f. -iVw, (fr. same) to fast. acdsviwv -&v, -eovaa -ovaa, Loiros, -ot b, f), (fr. same) unfed,
1

AcncAj77T<d<$7;s,

b,^Esculapiua, the god of medicine. -ov, b, the son of uEsculapius.
};,

'AOVCOTTOS, -OD, 5,

same

as dcKn:-

,

fov -ovv. imp. ind. act. rjaOlveov
1

fasting, hungry, starving.
ff/cdAd/ios,
6,

$,

same as

,

a.

act.

rjaQiv^ca
TO,

1

par.

and A<7k-fiAa/3wr7S,

-OD,

LG-KOS, -ov, b,

-aaa, -av.
,

an

iff, newt, lizard.

.

-aros,

(fr.

same)

mind

weakness, infirmity of body or ; prejudice; sickness, dis-

b, a kind of bird; a man's name. LcnttfAos, -ov, b, f), (fr. a neg. and

aKaXatyof, -ov,
also,

(perhaps fr. a redund. and o^f'w to contain) a leathern bottle, skin sewed up to hold liquor ; the liuman body living, or a corpse.
of pres. cont. ind.

ease, pi. aff0vjfy*ara. Aadcvris, -cos -oCs, b, fj, comp. a<r0-

ff/cdAAw to dig)

undug,

unfilled,

L07coi'//v, 1 pi.

viaTCpos, sup. -raros, (fr. same) 'AffKpr), -ij$, infirm, weak, feeble, impotent ; f), .c'K'ttAw7rs, -ov, b, a woodcock. sick, ill; poor, destitute, indi- AaKavTr]$, -ov, b, (perhaps fr. \.CKU>, 1 sin. cont. pres. ind. act. of ac-Ktw. gent ; simple, ignorant, silly. neg. and (m;w; a curtain) a w to sing) couch or pallet ; a small, or poor ~Aoy<a, -aros, ro, (fr. Ao-0i>fcco-s,-r/,-o-v, (fr. ao-0v^s sick) a song, poem, verse. weak, sickly, delicate ; poor, inbed; a. footstool.
digent.
A-ffOevovptv, act.
1
,

uncultivated ; barren.

neglected,

waste,
AffKpa, -as,

and Ion. name of a town.

pi. cont. pres.

ind.

o)

to

(fr. same, andc-Kapwink) without MMwt-

AcfjidTiov, -ov, TO, (dim. of last) a

AadtvovvTa, -ras, -rwv, -vovaavt -vovai, cont. cases par.
pres. act. of same.

ing, steadily, steadfastly.
o'/capis,

Ao-jud^,

-toos,

f],

a kind of worm.

Aa%an, indecl. a man's name, or an eastern title of an

ballad, ditty. or

GKzOfis,

Aa%cOris,
6,
r),

Acrforws, (fr. acQtvfis sick) weakly, feebly ; poorly. 'AaBr,, Ion. for ,' 6r), 1 a. ind. pass, ]O of dw, lo hurt. to ~A<r0ua, -aros, TO, dia (fr. breathe) shortness of breath, difficulty

-fos -oDs, tr^0w to

sound
free.

;

o-KfAf'ws,

immediately attending the king. a neg. and unhurt, safe, 'AajjiLvos, -TI, -ov, (fr. IJGIJ.EVO$ par. per. pass. ofj}ow lo delight) glad, unimpeded, unhindered, willing, pleased, delighted, comp. (fr. next) harshly, hard-fcrrpcs, sup. -fCTTttTOSAaKri6rjs
}

and

officer

(fr.

hinder)

ly, severely,

heavily

;

incessantly,

Aapivws,

(fr. last)

gladly, joy idly.

f

of breathing; panting,
pi.

palpitation; asthma. AfjOjjtaivovTa, a. sin. or neut. par. pres. of
AirO^a'(a),
(fr.

Aopbs, -ov, b, same as qic/na. continually. GKtXris, -fos -of'S, o, t], (fr. a in- Aaotyia, -as, f), (fr. a neg. and cro</ wisdom) folly, indiscretion, tens. and o-wAAw to parch, or a tensilliness; ignorance, inexperience. priv. and cxAos a leg) soft,
der,

not

aadpa panting)
; to

wanting
ive;

legs,

yet Jirm, immature ; 'Aco<j>o$, -ov, b, >/, (fr. same, and imperfect, defecta6<pos wise) foolish, silly, indis-

to breathe with difficulty

gasp,

immovcable, Jired;

con-

creet

;

ignorant,

simple,

un-

pant, palpitate. AcOuuriKOi, -rj, -bv, (fr. same) breathing witii difficulty, asthmatic ; panting, gaspi7ig. Aata. -as? ^> Asia, the name of a country.

taught. stant, continual, incessant ; hardened, dried up, very hard, callous. Aa6<pw$, (fr. last) foolishly, indiscreetly ; ignorantly. \.CKCKTOS, -ov, b, >'], (fr. a neg. and to survey) unseen; AffTrd^o/jtat, (. -do"o//aj,p. TjaTTafffiat, cKf-ir-opai. a intens. and cr-ndta to inconsiderate. (fr. hasty, rash,
c-KfTTTWs,
(fr.

same)

hastily, in-

draw)
ly,

to

embrace ;

to treat

kind-

Ao-idvos,
to

-ft,

-bv, (fr. last) relating

considerately,
b,

raMy.
and'A(TKuos, -ov,
furni-

Asia, Asiatic.
-ov, b,
(fr.

.o"Kvr/s,-fos-oCSj

entertain, welcome ; to greet, salute ; to send wishes, compli-

Adapts,
ap^tj
religious

same, anc
ruler,

fj,

(fr.

same, and cKtvos

rule)

a prince,
;

or

governor of Asia
officer,

an Asiarch

ture) unprovided, unprepared. AjCKfd) -w, f, -fidd), p. r/aicqKa, (fr.
avicbs the
ercise ; to

ments, or respects, imp. ind. ?cr1 a. mid. ind. waaad ira^dfjLrjv.
fiat' inf.

the public provinces.

games

presiding over in the Asiatic

body)
toil,

te practise, ex-i

affirdaaoBai' par. atrrra-

work, labour; Iv

<rd//vos-

Ac tat;,

-aco$, fj, Asia. Acita, h.decl. the stork.
-ov, 6,
/,

teach, instruct ; to provide, furnish, adorn. ] a. ind. act. J<TKTI-

aa' par.

aaici'jaas.

and <rraipw to gasp) (fr. a intens. to to sob, sigh ; tremble, throb,
beat,

(fr.

a neg. and

.c/7(T(s,

-tos>

Att.

-ws,

fit

(fr.

palpitate

;

to

gasp, be in

iron) without iron, with

last) practice, czcrrise,

rmvloy-

agnwy of death.

(94)

All!
AoTra'Aaflof, -ov, o, the white thorn, or rose of Jerusalem.

AJT

A2T

AST
bred, facetious,

A2T
AcrpoOm/jUO, -ro?, rd, (fr. dornov a star, and T/(%/( to dispose) a a townssensible,
<1i[t''rf>il ;

A2T
ble, excellent,

witty ;

shrewd, prudent, clever ;

man,

citizen.

mnsldlation,

tircd,

secludrd.

matchless; unlike, immcial, solitary, rtAlso a innii'-

Aar'tKuJs, (fr. last) politely,
ly, cleverly,

shrewd- AorpXoyia,
star,

-$,
A<5yo?

Aarolai, d.

pi.

ingeniously, of aarog.

and
.

(lii;iiniliti l/y

name. '/, (fr. aVrpov a a discourse) ,<;- AvvXti, (fr. same, and <n'A7 plunthe st.fi.ri!. der) mftty, in security.
(fr.

and AorpoAoy/V;y,->), -ov, 'Ao-rovoj, -of, o, %, (fr. a intens. (trivia to groan) groaning, sightrological.
ing. Or, (fr. a neg. without groans.

same)

as- Atn5A/ro?, -ov, o, same, and f/, (fr. o-vAa'w to rob) inviolate, unin-

and same) AorpoAoyoj,
a neg.

'Aoropyo?, -ov, b, fi, (fr. void of natural aropyn affection) unnatural. affection, unfeeling,
Atrros. -ov, b, the fl, (fr. floru

and

same) anciently one who studied the motions of the celestial bodies, an
-ov,
',

(fr.

jured, safe, secure ; firm, sound, strong ; inviolable, not to be pro-

faned.
Ao-vAi'n,
(fr.

astronomer
turity

;

but
their

latterly

one

same, and

tn'A7

ivho attempted to

conjecture

fuin-

and

fern.

Aorij,

->)j,

from

supposed

the right of sanctii altars, or in temples ;

spoil)

city)

a

citizen,

native of a city, particularly of

fiuences ; an astrologer, .vrpopavrcia, -as, and .Affrncuavri*>};
>)?)

protection; immunity, privilege
sanctity, inviolability.

;

Athens
friend.

;

a helpmate,
f.

comrade,

viz.
>']>

Tf-)(vn,

(fr.

same

Ao-vAAoy<oTo?, -ov,

6,

jy,

(fr.

same,

and pdvTis a prophet) divination
-w,
-;'/o-w,

and

AOTO^/W
(fr.

vination ; astrology. falsely ; inconclusive, irrelevant ; unreasonable, stupid, silly, ignofly wide, not to hit ;\'AffTaov, -ov. TO, (fr. aarno a star] to err, deviate ; to fail, mistake, a constellation, celestial sign ; rant. miscarry. 1 a. ind. act, J/CTOstar, heavenly body, the sun or A(7vAAoyj<rrwf, (fr. last) inconclumoon. sively ; ignorantly. W**>

a neg. and <m>^uojui
to miss,

p. ricT6%riKa, to

by

the stars

;

skilled in such di-

gular

to reason) irre<TvAAoy/^o//ai in argument, TV,.

aim)

AcTOY>/o"avrf, n. act. of last.

pi.

mas. par.

1

a.

'Aoro^of, -ov,
aro^di^ofjiai

6,

fi,

(fr.

a neg. and
fails,

to

aim) that

same, and 'AervAov, -ov, TO", (neut. of next) a fi, (fr. holy, or privileged place, sanclaw) astronomy. and -), -bv , -ov, b, fj, tuary, asylum, refuge. orpovo^ui sa relat- 'Ao-vAo?, -ov, 6, fi, (fr. a neg. and (fr. same) astronomical,
ia, -as,

errs, or mistakes.

ing
in

to the celestial

bodies

;

skilled

o"vAr/

spoil)

inviolable,

sacred,

'Aarpa,

n. a. v. pi. of darpsv.
-TJS,
j}

the

knowledge of them ; an
,

safe

;

unspoiled, not plundered.
6,
fj,

A<rrpd(3ri,

a saddle, pair of

astronomer.
(fr.

(fr.

same, and

panniers, pillion; cm ass, beast of burden.

same) an
scotfree ;

,

share) free, txcmpt,

astronomer.

a neg. 'Ao-rv, -sos, Att. -0)j, also -vos, TO, A<rrpa($fis, -fos -oof, 6, //, (fr. and crpf^Go to turn) straight, (perhaps fr. a intens. and ardi for 'icrrjui to stand) a city, pareven, regular, not crooked, or
distorted.

who subscribes nothing ; not subscribed to, private; iiseless,

worthless, insignificant.
6,
f/,

ticularly

Athens
of a

;

a town

',

the

Aavn0ov\os, -ov, and av[j./3ov\fi
vised, rash,

(fr.

counsel)

same, unad;

AcrpaydXtios,
-ov, 6,

and

AcrpayaAeoj,

polite part

city ; the refine-

foolish, indiscreet

a joint) fi, (fr. aoTpayaAof like, or relating to dice, diced, or
concerning
to the ankles.
f.

ment, and shrewdness of a city
politeness, urbanity.
b,

not concurring, disagreeing.
Aav/jintrpia, -as,
tion,
fj,

(fr.

same, and
;

chequered;
kles,

tJie

down
to

an- Aarvaval-, -aicros, son of Hector

Astyanax, the

a-vnncrpia proportion) dispropor-

want of symmetry

un-

A0rpyrtAiw,
next)
back,

-jVo>,

p. -IKU, (fr.

play at AorpayuAoj, -ov,

dice.

Acrrv|3owT7?, -ov, b, (fr. dorv the to cry) an epithet city, and /3oaw

suitableness ; a chord in
try.

geomesame,
;

6, a joint of the any joint; the ankle; a knuckle, finger, claw ; a cube, die. Also, neat, fair, well made.
-?},

of a

crier,

who proclaims through
crier.
-fi,

Ao-fy/UTpo?,

-ov,

b,

ft,

(fr.

the town,

town

and

avpnerpos
unfit,

proportionable)
irregular

-bv,

i',

-ovos,b,f], (fr.

and ACTVsame, and

disproportioned,
suitable,
sive, rate.

un-

AorpayaAwroy,
lumps.

-ov,

(fr.

last)

knotted, plaited

with knobs, or

yarcuv a neighbour) adjoining, or about the city, in the suburbs ;
neighbouring,
bordering,
close,

improper, excesintemperate ; incommensu-

AffTpatos, -ov, o, Astrceus, a

man's

near.

name.
Aorpairrj,

AavnTTaOfis,-los-ovs, b,f), (fr. same, and <7v/*Tra0f'u> to sympathize)
pitiless, unfeeling, cruel ; harsh,

ning

;

next) lighta flash, glare ; bright-rjs,
}f,

(fr.

AcrrvSpopEd) -w, (fr. same, and rptvu to run) to run through the
city ;
to

severe, rigid.

plunder, pillage.

ness, lustre.

Aarpdirru),

f.

-if'ia,

p.
to

jjarpCKfta,

(perhaps
ttt/TTw

fr.

darpov a star, and

Aorv/cdj. -fi, -bv, (fr. same) living dj, in a city ; a citizen, townsman ; AffvuQopos, -ov, b,f/, (fr. a neg. and to conduce) refined, polite, courteous ; shrewd, ffvfji<pfpia inexpedient,

ffvuirad&s, (fr. last) unfeelingly ; cruelly, harshly.

to

fling)

flash, shine, gleam.

2

lighten ; to a. act. 770--

knowing, cunning.
,

inconvenient
(fr.

;

useless,
;

unprohurtful,

-ov, b,

fi,

same, and

ductive,

unprofitable
(fr.

rpairov, per. mid. tjarpaita.

AarpaTtia, -as,

/,

(fr.

a neg. and

regulate) refined, polite, courteous ; relating to a city, or
to its

w' to

injurious.
Tv//$u>vfa, -as,
f),

same, and
variance,

arparda war) exemption from service, leave of absence ; desertion,

affairs ; inferior magistrates for the police of a city.

(njfi0ama harmony) discord, opposition, contrariety ; difference.
;

duties

forsaking, or quitting of war.
o,
f],

the Aorvvoof, -ov, 6,

Astynous, a man's

name.

Aorparsvrof, -ov,

(fr.

and

ffrparevu)

to serve in

a neg. AcTv0Ao?, -r/, -ov, and -ov, 6, f), (fr. a neg. and arvtytids harsh) soft, war)
;

-ov, i, fi, (fr. same, and to harmonize) discord-

'Aorpwroj', -ov,

trary. b, ?/, (fr. a intens. AoT$yypa0o?, -rj, -ov, (fr. same, and (rvvotrov, -ov, rd, (neut. of next) to turn) turning, a deed) without deed, a syndeton, a grammatical ffTptyta o-vyypa^n or security ; an epithet of mochanging, altering either mind figure. or position. Or, (fr. o neg.) ney, which require no farther Affvvoeros, -ov,b,fi, (fr. a neg. and voucher. immoveable, fixed; determined, avvotu to connect) unbound, uninflexible; indelible; not looking AavvKptros -ov, b, >% (fr. same, and tied, loose ; parted, separate, unback. to* compare ) incomparaconnected, without order.

exempt, or free from war-service unused to war.

tender,
level.

delicate ;

smooth, even,

ant, jarring; disagreeing in sound, or speech; different, con-

and

i

1

A2P.
Acvvtoia,
Att. Ltt.-oos,
i

ATA
pi.
I

nnd
77,

fligateiy,

inte mperatety ;

irreco-

(It.

to

understand) folly, foolish-

Ac
-/of,

utterly. 'Araio-i, Ion. ll-rarotf, d. pi. ofrfn?.

%,

and

-[&>$,

6,

j,

(fr.

next)

Ara/mw
}

-io,

f.

-rjcw, p. rjrdKrrjKa,
ir-

producing bitumen, bituminous.
Affuvrrfw

I

(fr.

next) to misbehave, act

-,

f.

-770-0),

(fr.

sanic) ''Ao-^aXroc, -6
I
(

.

regularly, or disorderly, disobey,

act. araicTftiv -uv' par AaaaXTow -w, f. wicu, (fr. last) to dote, be silly, want sense. -,; car with bitumen. .. -or, 6, ij, (fr. same)/o":'ish filly ; simple, ignorant ; stu- A<r^>aXwf, (fr. aa^aXr/s safe) safely, ana securely ; certainly, assuredly, 'AraKTos, -ou, 6, 77, (fr. a neg. pid, dull. rdaaw to order) irregular, disora firmly. '-,/,
.

(fr.

neg.

'

and

cnjv7707?
i

familiar)
,

unacquainted; unusual,
troublesome,
?i

unaccus- A<70epay/a> -5, 'm?, clang;
i

to

.*

guggle, make a
5

,

77
to
.

(fr.

next) to rattle, mutter murmur;

derly,

riotous,

unruly;

vicious^

j* sound in

the

*L'

,

(fr. last)

irregularly, dis6,
(fr.

-as,

f),

(fr.

last) disuse,

throat.

orderly, riotously.
o, (fr.

strong'
.CT'0o-ia,
-as,
t'i,

A<r0apayos -ov,
(fr.

a redund.
or

roAaiVwpof, -ou,
.

77,

a neg.

atrt'v0TOS

and
!

ffQdpayos

the throat)

and raXai'rupos wretched) easy,
quiet, undisturbed ; inOr, (fr. a intens.) iuzy.
i;<

treacherous)

breach

of

;

guggling,

treachery, perfidy. <rvv0Tfu> -5, f. -77>fc>, p. navvQirn:;ext) to disagree, reject,
;

rattling noise in the thr

:

parngus. AacWcfXoy, -ov,

troublesome,
6, fte |>Zani aspJic1

'

dqff~odil;aplacesetwilhit.

"'" ^ man's name.
,-,

77,

Atalanta,
f,,

a.

wo-

s

i

;

to irf a/V

a promise. AoT5v0Toj, -ov, 6, q, (fr. a neg. and avvTiQnjjLi to arrange) uncompoundcd, simple, unmixed ; false,
faitli, vi')l(de

1~~*\ last)

or full of the asphodel,\ /j'A-e, or daffodil.

J,'f._

-ovs, b, f,, (frJAroAavrof, - ^1.17 _^*i,- ,,~./,,,,J-7
.

-0f

-or, 6,

(fr.

a

r

weight,

rdXarrov a scale) o/ // a match equal, even ;
f,,

;

T^cXtfa, Poet. pres. ind. of

^

like, similar.

b, A.ra\d(pp(i}v, -ovos, o, AraXa^pwv,

(fr.

craXtj

ryaXaw -fi f. -77cru,p. -i)Ka samei tender, and <^OT\V the mind) acherous, perfidious. as young, childish, puerile ; delicate, vroj , -ou, 6, 77, (fr. same, and tender. -u* to array) irregi^cr, Ao-^nXXw, (perhaps fr. o^os grief, not ehand f^w to have) io;Ara'XXw, or Arra>Xu, f. -tfXoi, (fr. a'Xtj plenty, confused, disorderly ; to be angry. next) to grow, advance in age lied, or taxed, exempt, free.
' !

and

_, -or, 5, 77, (fr. same, <rt'jTcX5w to finish) ur^-.

pres. impr. cc^aXXf.

or stature, thrive,

improve

;

to

inplete,
"tit

imperfect; of reach.

a neg. ffXi-oj, -ov, o, ,',, (fr. to restrain) i/j/rj/tff^fw for

and

f^w

rear, nurse, fatten, teife care of, cherish ; to sport, play, gambol ;
to exult, rejoice.

ruhle,

severe,

violent; inconinlf.

Tvvrthris, -foj-o?j, o, 77, (fr. CTI with, and -rt'Xosthe

a neg.

lable, not to be restrained.

raXdf,
1

-ij,

-dv,

(perhaps from o
tf.n-

end) imc intens.

fw
i^r'a, (fr.

-ui,

-r>u), p. 77(1^77^0-

neg. and raAa'w to endure)
der, delicate
;

perfect, defe ri'p7)5, -f'of -ouj, 6, 7^, and <njpw to trail)

aa^wv

indecent)

to
1

soft;

ymng.

(fr.

wi

;

ttiffraros, and Att. Af <TTaroj,-ov, 6, 7^, (fr. a neg. and evil

intemperate.

ind.

consist) incoherent,
inconsistent, that cannot

unconw-

misbehave, act indecently, be- Araui, -as, 7, (fr. o-w to order) disorder, confusion, /^re unbecomingly. 1 a. act. ''nf. irregularity; tumult, riot ; inacxr/novTjtreu. temperance, dissipation. sometimes Avrap, Poet. 6w/, ; (fr. same) indecently, Arap, yet, however ; for ; truly, indeed ; .rningly-. in^/3/.
i

same, and TaV-

beside. absurd, impossible, Ac^ftoo-vvT?, -77?, %, (fr. next) inbe; incomparable, decency, obscenity; nakedness, Ara'pa^o? , -or,
:

6,

f)

(fr.

a neg. and

matchless.
os, -ov, 6, 7% (fr.

shame;
arw
to hurt,
fr.
p

,
1

the privities. -ovos, 6, i'i, (fr. a neg.

and

77X0? Or, neg. and 0-0^05 wise) vile,worth-

and

a cheat.

a

figure) indecent, obscene;

dearf d, settled, subsided ; quiet, calm, undisturbed ; fearless, secure,

rapdocu

to disturb } fined,

less ;

mean,
Dor.
'

foolish,
for

silly,

uiib'ecoming, uncomely. stu- Ac-voXfw -S>, f. -7/o-u, p. ncyj&nKa,
(fr.

Arapa^wj,
\

(fr.

last) calmly, quiet-

tyj securely.

same, and
se,

jjuv^a,

same

as

exercise,

i,

Acrrv^os,'AOT5y:os,Dor.

or

oe employed,

for to. 0-^0X77 leisure) -or , and practise, employ. 'Ardp^nros, Arap/S?)?, -/oy -ovg, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and employ one's self, to fear) fearless, intrepid, unbe or
\

Ara'p/?droc, Dor.

engaged,

for

&c.
T^o^j'a,
6,

Ao-^dXaf, -acos,

same as

acr.a-

daunted, stout, bold. busy. busi- A.rdpui<Kro$, -ov, 6, ^, (fr. same, Aff^oXta, -as, ^, (fr. same) and rap/urc-co) to daunt. Or, fr. ness engagement, occupation,

A<j$aXfs, neut.
a.
pi.

dauntless, bolt^^^ employed, occupied. sin. n. 'Affw, Dor. for daw, 1 f. of qcw. 'ATapov, -or, TO, (mfcaine, and rdA.c<f> aXet?, mas. cont. cor.tr. for aadov, pres. impr. pw to rub) the iron box in the A(r0aX/j, 'A(7w, neut. pi. cont. of same. nave of a wheel. mid. of acdii). and Arapr/roj, and Araprof,see arpaAo-^aXfu?, (fr. next) ]Ac(fyaros, -on, 8, ^, (fr. a neg.
certainty,
\

-as, 77, (fr. aa<pa\ri? safe) *cwriiy, so/e<i/ ; firmness, steadiness ; truth.

employment.
-ou, 5,
77,

(fr.

same)feMsy,|

who does

arfp without, and uv u to wink) not wink, fearless,

,

b, %,

and -a, -ov, sup. -eoraros, (fr. a neg. terial, unbodied. Arapr7poj, -otf, 6, fi, Pleonasm. for o-^a'XXci) to slip) JrzrTn, steady, Acwria, -as> 77, (fr. next) luxury, arr;pof,by dispermanent; safe, secure; sure, -or, 6, ;;, (fr. a neg. and intemperance; debauchery, Ardp^uTOf, funeral honours) unhurtcertain, unerring. sipation. rapxfff Aff0aX/^w, f^-jffw, p. Tjff^dXtKa, (fr. I'Acwroy, -ov, 5, //, (fr. a neg. and ed, unhonoured.
repot,

comp

/(7-j

<7uJ/^a

hody) incorporeal, imma-\

and

last) to fortify, fence, secur to strengthen, confirm, establish.

per. pass. T/tnidXic-uai.
wai.
1

1

a.

pass.

iXiaQri-}

to preserve) lost, abandon- Arac9a\ia, -as, %, (fr. ardaQa\og wicked) perseverance in wickedreprobate; ruinous, deadly, ness, infatuation ; lewdness, lidestructive; profiigate, riolous,\ centiousness ; folly, madness ;mdebauched.
tv/,'
,

a.

mid.

petulante.

ATE
fl

ATM
abortive,
less ;

ATI

Af'u)

sist in folly or wickedness, be stubborn in crime ; to act impi-

, 'Inly of mischief and misfortuit, -aAw, and Aru<rflu- ArtAam/ros, -oi; u, >j, (fr. same, am TeAfivraw to finish) unproductive Art]fji\da, and -w, f- -^(rw, (fr. same) to perAr^fAto, -as, r/,

ineffective, vain, fruitfailing, disappointed, de-

behave with insolence o wantonness.
ously
;

luded.
A-\rjitj, Ion. for art\ia.'

(ir. arijn\ris negligent) negligence, carelessness, inattention. Ar>?//Afw -5, f. -fftna, p. -?Ka, (fr.

same)

to

neglect, omit,

pass by,

AroVflaAef, -ov,
nr>i mischief,

leave undone. Ar\fis, -fos -ovs, b, fi, (fr. a neg. and rc\os the end, or a tax) Arr}fji\ius, Ar77//t:Awff, and Ar?//mischievous, pernicious, destrucimperfect, unproductive, ineffectA?/ro>j, (fr. same) negligently, ual ; fnipty, vain, frivolous , tive ; wicked, impious ; lewd. carelessly, indifferently. wanton ; the author of evil 01 silly, unintelligent; free, privi- Arr)u\fis, -ios -ovs, b, (fr. a neg.
o,
f),

(perhaps

fr.

and

-^a'AAw to bud]

t'i,

Arafyos, -ov, 6,

leged, exempt. a neg. anc Arfy/Jw, f. -^ w , p. -<>> a , (perhaps fr. drij a tomb) unburied; tombrdtyos misfortune, and tuftaivu to fall less, without a monument. into) to sadden, grieve,
f],

mischiff.

and
xoit,

T)]U\>IS careful,
is

(ft",

there

care)

heedless,

inattentive,

(if\i neglicareless; ne-

th.

glected, undressed, slovenly.
Arnfjii\i]ros, -ov, b, 17, (fr. arry^fAfW to neglected, not hetd'not set

"Arfyop,
quickly.

Dor.

for

ra^oy,
f.

wry

afftict ;

to

deprive, strip, bereave ,
/I.

to In 'Jililr,

Araw-w, and
r/rrjKa,

Arf'w -w,
hurt,

-ijffu, p.

ATvr)s. -los -ovs,
j'.Jircd
f.

b,

//,

(fr.

a intens

to

harm;

injure,

and rdvw to stretch)
;

wrong; insult, violate; annoy, incommode, qffend,trouble, grieve,
afflict.

atteiuic(_ determined, obsti-

neglect) ed or attended to ; undressed, unadorned. off',
(fr.

Ar>jn\>iTws,
ill

last)

heedlessly,

nate, inflexible.

;

slovenly.

Artvi^d),
last)
ly,

-nru, p.

ijTtviKa,

(fr.

Arrjpbs, -a, -ov,
-ovs, b,
>i,

Are, (neut. pi. of 6'ore) as, as being, inasmuch as ; for, because; as if, as it were. r *Ar, Dor. for on, but Ar, Dor.
tor ^re.

to stare, gaze, look earnestregard with attention, fix the eyes upon. I a. act. inf. arcriaat

par. artvtaas.

tnaclurous, insocontemptuous, haughty ; unInit, contumelious, abusive;
"ruly,

-(os Arppfis, (ir. drr/ hurt) injurious, destructive ; hurtful,

and

Ateas, a man's name. 'Ary/croj, -ov, b, f], (fr. a neg. and to wet) wfuch cannot be rt-yyu) wet or moistened, dry, hard ;
'Areas, -ov,
b,

'Area, 'ArpOf, out, not with

and 'ArtpOw, with;

unmanageable, ungovern-

away from,
anwider.
rfpajitvos,

separately,

able. independently of; apart ArOts, -if os,

-ov,

and

Artpa^wi

a woman's >;, Atthaa, name. 3 sin. pres. ind. act. of <m'w. Aria,

Artiv, pres. as araw.
Ar<pi)f,

rigid, unrelenting. inf. act.

of ariw, same

-f'oj

and

Tf'po>

-oyj, 6, ^, (fr. a neg. to wear) irresistible,

a neg. and rfpa/i- Ari'w, same as arid). f), (fr. a neg. rfpdfiwv tender) lough, AnQdoamros, -ov, b, fj, (fr. not easily boiled; stiff", hard; difand ridaaat-vu to tame) untameuntraclable ; untamed, ficult, laborious, stubborn, able, fierce, savage, wild. repafivorrjs, -I)TOS, '/, (fr- last)
-ovos, o, vos or

invincible, violent, forcible,

pene-

toughness; hardness;

difficulty.
g.

trating

;

durable, lasting.
b,
f/,

Arpdfjtvta, Dor. for artpdfivov,

ATi%iaros, -ov,

(fr.

same, and

Tttvifw to fortify) unwalled, unfortified ; open, exposed.

ArtKfiapros, -ov,

b,

fj,

(fr.

same,

and reKnaipw

to conjecture) fail-

sin. of aripafivos. ArspOa, JEo[. for drfpdw, see drfp, Arf^ayf'Aaf, -w, Dor. for arlfjtayi\tjs,-ov, b, (fr. an/jidu) to slight, Artpuwv, -ovos, b, >/, (fr. a neg. am and ay&t) a herd) who separates rippa bound) infinite, endless, from the herd, a straggler. interminable, boundless-; round,

AriQaaaos, -ov, b, >/, (fr. same, and riOaaaos tame) untamed, fierce, wild, savage; rough, uncouth.

ing in its purpose, abortive, fruitless ; beyond conjecture, undiscoverable, obscure, secret, hidden,

circular.

Arpos,
ertpoi,

g.

Att. for 6

Sarfpov, n. pi. arpo rpos, rov er0ov, ot
Zrcpos.

to separtfiay\f<i) -w, (fr. last) rate from the herd, stray, straggle. n. act. par. pres.

art^aytAt'tov

impenetrable.

see

pi. pi.

mas. anuay\ovvrs,

Dor.

ArfKudprws,

(fr.

last) indistinctly,

Arp-rrtj, a. sin.

and neut.

cont.

obscurely, doubtfully. ArtKvia, -as, %, (fr. next) being Arpir?iSi -tos -ovs, and 'Arpiros, without children, barrenness. to -ov, b, f), (fr. a neg. and
rip-rrw

of

ariuay\vvres. rti*d$ffK, Ion. and Poet, ftafa 3 sin. imp. ind. of
rifjLd^o),
f.

for rjri-

-a<ru), p. nrifiaKa,

same

'AreKvos, -ov, b, ft, (fr. a neg. and TtKvov a child} childless ; barren ; bereaved.

a* ariudit). per. pas's, rjri^avdelight) cheerless, dreary; un\iai. 1 a. pass. ind. Tjri[idadtjv. pleasant, disagreeable, trouble1 a. act. some, grievous, vexatious, ArijjidaavTts, n. pi. par.
rfptyia, -as,

Arj/da) -S,
bereave,
in

f.

-w-o-u,

(fr.

last) to

and

-\pin t -rjs,

ij,

(fr.

Ari^acOrjvai,
last.

1 a. inf.

pass of

deprive
-ov\tai,

of

children;

Aricv6opai

to be childless

any manner.
fj,

same) trouble, uneasiness, disquiet; unpleasantness, offensiveness; vexation.
-foj -ovs, o,
17,

ripaffubs, -ov,

b,

(fr.

last)

same

as arifila.

AriKvucfis, -toj, Att. -EWJ, as artKvia.

same Ar%vris,

(fr.

and rf%vr)

Ari\tia, -as, and Ion. Ar\lrj, -rjs, a neg. and riXos the end, f), (fr. or a tax) incompleteness, imperfection ; dejiciency ; immunity, privilege, exemption. Ar/Atffra, (fr. next) in vain, to no

art) artless,

innocent,

a neg. Arifj.aarfos,-a, -ov, (fr. last) to be slighted, ought to be disregarded,

guileless; plain, simple,
rf'xyia, -as, #, (fr.
city,

must be despised,
rlfiddt -to,
f.

plainness

;

simpliignorance, un-

same)

-rjaia, p. ~r)Ka,

(fr.

a

skilfulness; weakness, silliness.

Lr^vof, -ov, b,%, (fr. same) inartificial, unworkmanlike ; awkward,
simple, silly
;
(fr.

purpose.
ATfAtffTo-, -ov,
perfect,
6,
ft,

(fr.

a neg. and Arf^vwf,

artless, guileless. last) sincerely, tru- Arifirjros,

neg. and r^a'w to honour) to dishonour, disgrace, disparage; to offend; to despise, affront, disregard, slight, contemn; to blame, rebuke, censure.
-ov, b, %, (fr. last)

dis-

rt\iu to finish)

incomplete, im-

ly ; absolutely,

really,

artlessly,

regarded,

unfinished ; fruitless, roughly, rudely. vain; not initiated, entered, or Arid) -w, same as arao>. introduced. Lr?, -t/s, fi, (fr. araw to hurt) malice, envy, hatred ; folly, inA.r\ff(f>6pTiros, -ov, 6, fi, (fr. o neg. TtAoj the end, and Qtpu to bring) fatuation, error, sin, guilt ; hurt, not arrived at full growth or harm ; death, misfortune, misperfection; immature, unripe; chief, injury ; damage, loss, detriment ; night, darkness, ylorim; thr imperfect. (98)

passed ed; worthless,
over,

slighted ; neglected, omitted, overlookinsignificant.

Or,

(with

a

intens.)

inestimable,

valuable, precious.
ri/afa, -aj, #, (fr.

a neg. and

ntf

dishonour, honour) shame, ignominy ;
slight.

disgrace,

contempt,

A TO
,

ATP
as
ar/iij

ATT
;

b, /, (fr. a neg. and to tremble) fearless, inlrerprw a neg. and A.rov'ia, -as, nt (fr- same) want of pid,unmoved, undaunted. (fr. 'Ar<//off, -ou, 6, tone; weakness,debility, infirmity. Arpeif, -toy, and -foij, &,-4<reiw, a dishonourable, disrtfjir] honour) man's name. not graceful ; infamous ; not valued, Arovos, -ov, b, %, (fr. same) stretched, relaxed; infirm, weak. ArpZ/:%, -toj -ooj, 5,,',, (fr. fl neg. worthless, ignoble, comp. -drspoj, and ip<',3w to wear) no< rubbed, 'Ai-oof, and Ard^vros, -ou, o, f],sup. -draroj. or worn; unused, a neg. and r<5ov a bo\v) (fr. unfrequented ; Ar^<fw -u5, f. -wffw, p. VTtuwKa, without a bow, unarmed ; vnskillunpractisr.d, unexercised, unskillsame as ar<//dw, per- pass, rjried ; awkward, rude. ed in the bow.

-ioos,

//,

same
>'/,

or

or ill; to faint, fail, decay sink, be depressed.

to

'Arpsoro?, -ov,

(

'

i

neg. and A.Torria, -as, f], (fr. next) strung- 'Arpi-rros, -ov, o, {,, (fr. same) same as last, also, unbroken, unabsurdity, Tjuwpf ness, improbability ; tamed ; not v;orked, or inured to atontd, or expinted; unpunished, incoherence, silliness ; obscurity, labour. confusion; insolence. quit, Jree. and ATJ/IWPJ?TI, (fr. 'A.TO-OS, -ov, b, >/, (fr. a neg. and 'Arpfyo?, -ou, 6, ff, (fr. a neg. and An/tcupijruy, \ , j ~s~.i *,*, Q.^r *k u n ;.\ ,,.,'< A ~.* !..- i._u . without punishment, fear, ro~as place j out uj piwx, ur uiu? ,
Ar//u5pr;rof,-(w, 6,
o)
>),

(fr-

to

avenge) not avenged,

\

i

!

last)

or danger; quit, clear, free. An>ws, (fr. dTifios vile) disgracevilely.

inconvenient, unsuitable, impro-

Ani*', for ariva, a. sin. pi. of o<ms.

and neut.
of

Arts, Dor. same.
ind.

for Jjrij,

n. fern,

Ar/raAA', Ion. for j/TmiAAf, impf.

AriTa\\fuvat, Dor. arjrdAAav, pres. inf. act. of
Arira'AAu, sameasara'AAw.
'ArZro?, -ou,
<

for

ed

;

tmab, >;, (fr. next) unexpiated ; unpunishdisgraced, dishonoured.
'/,

Art'w,
(fr.

and ATI^W, f. -tVw, p. t/rtKa, a neg. and n'w to honour)

to slight, overlook, disesteem, disregard ; to contemn, despise ; to

ATAaym'wv,
!

-tee, punish. g. pi.

of^
{],

nsi -ios -ou?, o,

(fr.

'Ar-

\as Atlas, and ylvopai to be) of, or descended from Atlas.
-is,

-itos,

rj,

a daughter oj

'ArAa?, -VTOS, b, Atlas, the name of a man, and of a mountain in
Africa.
'

A rAaro j, -w,

6, ^,

Dor.

for

arA/ro?.

ArA^r/w

'ArArjra, neut. pi. of dr\nros. -w, f. ->/o-w, (fr. next) to
''/,

dislike

;

to

refuse to bear.

'ArAf/ro?,
6,
ff,

and Dor. 'ArAaro?, -ou, (fr. a neg. and raAu to enintolerable,

dure)
pas?
',;,

insuperable,
Arfirjv, -tvos,

-ou,

b,

and

a servant, domestic. -Tjst >i, vapour, fume, steam.
Ar//iu>,
to
f.

-taw, p.

-t/ca, (fr. last) ; to

smoke, fume, steam
-.rate.

exhale,

Arfiioa, a. sin.
AT//IS, -ftoj,

of

and ATpbg, -ov, o, >/, (perhaps fr. a'w to breathe) smoke, vapour ; a cloud, mist ; odour, perfume. A.r6\fj.dros, Dor. for ArdA/irjro?, -ov,
b,
t

t,

(fr.

a neg.

and roA//aw
",

to

dare) not to be attempted, or venturi

perilous.

'Aro/jov, -ou, rb, (neut. of next) an atom, mote, the smallest imaginable quantity
;

an
i/,

indivisible point

of time, moment,
'Aro/ioj, -ou, b, r/fU'td to cut)

instant.
(fr.

a neg. and

indivisible; indi-

vidual, single; uncut, untouched, uninjured, untainted. Afovtu) -w, f. -rjffd), p. -:

same, and

r6vo<;

tone)

to b

ATF
Arraraj, hah
!

AT
-ov, b,
fr.

ATA
;

how now! strange!
b,

same) a beam, ray

alas ! ArrfXa/Jo?, or ArrfXfjSos, -ov,

Avyth)

kind of locust.
ATTIKT/,
-rjs,
//,

viz.

yrj,

land, (fern,

splendour, brightness. -a>, (fr. next) to shine, glitter, beam. Or, for av%iw -w, boast, brag, vaunt.
-jjs,
>/,

Av0evT&ctoj, (fr.last) with authority . jBijpepov, (fr. next) to-day, on the

same day.
ijdtjutpos, -a, -ov, (fr.

and

fjfjtipa

SVTOS same, day) of the same day.
thf-re,
;

of

Arrt/cds

Attic)
to

Attica,

the

Avyfi,

country belonging

Athens.

\Hjro)bnghtness,
gloss,

avu> to AvOi, by Sync. for'avroOt, (perhaps that place ; here, hither light, splendour;
fr.

in

imme-

Arrmw,

Athenian)

spring a mirror. Avya], the eyes. an Avyova-nes, -ov, b, (fr. Lat.) AuATTiKiaybs, -ov, b, (fr. same) Atticism ; the Athenian gustus, the surname of Caesar Octavianus. of speaking, the Attic dialect. ATTIKOS, -r/, -bv, Attic, Athenian ; Ai><5w, same as avodw.
;

f. -taw, (fr. ATTIKOS /o tafce part with, or imitate the Athenians, atticize.

blaze

;

brilliancy ; a ray, beam, the dawn, daybreak, day-

diately, directly ; then, thence.
uQ~iytvr}$, -ens -ovs, b,
(fr. avQi f), here, and yivopai to be born) a native, original inhabitant; pe-

culiar.
,

Ion. avTis, AvQi,

A5r, see

av.

av a partiAvod\aaQai, Ion. for avcf/vaaOai, 1 refined, elegant. <fia%os, -ov, b, iy, (fr. cle of sound, and td%w to shout) a. inf. mid. 'ATTOV, Att. for aaaov. Avcdaofjiai, Dor. for 1 f. mid. Avclamorous, loud, shrill ; shout'Arrw, (perhaps fr. a'iaau to rush) avct/aofiai, to 1 ". ing ; barking. hound, leap, spring, skip. cdaas, Dor. for avc^aas, Aruto,f. -ufw, p. -%a, (perhaps fr. (fr. av\r, a hall) AuAu/a, -c.s, par. act. of ar^ hurt) to suffocate, choke; to Avodu) -to, f. -rjcru), p. rjvoijKa, (fr. hangings, tapestry; a curtain; the tabernacle; a porch, vestiavc-r) voice) to speak, talk, conastonish, stupify ; to scare, afverse ; to speak to, address ; to fright; to confound confuse, bule, front-hall.
>'/,

perplex. ATv^opai, to/ear^ dread. par. pres. pass, arv^n^tvog.

call,

cry out.
-rjs,
fj,

uXatos, -a,-ov, (fr.
fr.

same) courtly;

Avori,

(perhaps
;

avw
;

to

belonging
the hall.
^Xrt/c/^to,
f.

to

a court or hall ; of
aCX
a fur-

'ATVKTOS, -ov,
TCI'XIJ)

to

I, f/, (fr. a neg. and work) unfinished, im-

shout) voice, sound
course, speech,
tidings.
)5fiffaa")
,

talk,

dis-

language

a ru-

perfect, incomplete ; rude, rough.

mour, report; a message, nevjs,
for avoficaaKt, which 3 sin. 1 a. act.

row )
Ai)Xai/,

-ftrw, (fr. to cut furrows,

plough.

'ATVu'los, -ov,

ATVf.il/idcris, -ov, b,

and b, I], (fr. same, tomb) tombkss. Atymniades, a man's name.
Tupfios a
to

Dor.

for auXwi', g. ofai)Xdj,

or rtuX/y.
>Xaf, -aKog,
fi,

Poet, for

rivcr/tre,

a furrow; amark,

of

avfidu).

ATv%fw -u>, (
ATv^npa,
mity,

miss, fail, be

and ap^ri rule) avBis, see av. palace, chambcrloin, steward. disappoint- AvQdoEia, and Avdafta, -as, //, (fr. a court) failure. haughtiness, Av\da, -as, (fr. auXr/ ment, loss, arrogance, next) the gate of a palace. -f<rrpride ; presumption, self-conceit, AriJ^jjj, -cos -ous, b, 17, comp. a hall, a neg. and self-sufficiency ; obstinacy ; mo- Av\iov, -ov, TO, (fr. same) pos, sup. -fVrarof, (fr. antichamber, vestibule. roseness, peevishness. ru^^ fortune) unfortunate, una successful, disappointed. AvOdons, -to$ -<ovsi b, ?/, (fr. avrbs Av\eios,-ov, b, f), (fr. same) of hall or chamber ; of the porch or to please) selfish; self, and d(5fw Aru%a, -as, /}, (fr. last) adversity, courtyard. haughty, selfwilled, positive ; affliction, calamity, misfortune. act. fern. cont. obstinate, A.uX/w -w, f. ->/(rw, p. i]v\i]Ka, (fr. proud, supercilious^ ATV%OVI?;I, par. pres. cruel, neut. i)X6? a pipe) to play on the pipe, of stubborn, surly,
misfortune
;
r'i,

aTv%ri$ unfortunate) disappointed. -aroj, TO, (fr. last) cala-

fr.

uriv, a.

sin. fern,

of avosfor avdi, or

scar, wound ; the a. for fiuX*ctt.

womb.
(fr.

ariXa/c',

Av6\

Att.

AVT\

Ion.

)\dpvrjs, -ov, b,

avXij a hall, a ruler of a

!

arv%f(i).

'Arw, f. rt<7w, same as araw. AD, AvOts, and AVTI, a^tun, a second time ; back again ; in turn; but, on the contrary ; then, moreover
is
;

pi.

cont. avdatiT]. n. or,

a.

pi.

flute,

&c.
-rjs,

cont. avOttct'iS'

AvXfi,
to

especially

;

afterwards,
for the

iQanidfy, f. -rto-w, (fr. same) or obstinate, make stubborn harden. Av6adid?nuai, to resist,

hereafter, henceforth.

oppose

obstinately

;

to

behave

Av,

used by the Cretans
(fr.

syllable aX.

haughtily, arrogant.
uOaoi^o/jiai,

be proud,

conceited,

b, an open space surrounded by buildings, courtyard, area ; a hall, court, pcdace, temple ; a sheepfold, pen ; a stable, stall ; a circus or race course. v\>]Cvi'Tai, Dor. for av^rjoovai, 3
pi. 1
f.

ind.

Av\t]ffov,

1

a.

Awau-w,

avw to dry)

to

dry,

same as av9aSidopat.

impr. act.
v\r)TT)s, -ov,
b,

.xhale, lose moisture, beparched, Avdaiptros, -ov, b, i), (fr. avrbs self, and aioid) to choose) voluntary, wither. Avaivojjiai, to pine away,
tiish.

and

spontaneous

;

willing, complying,

f],

AurtX/of, -a, -nv,

same as

avo$.

consenting.

AvdvOriv, Ion. for r/vavdr/v, 1 a. ind. AvavQus, par. ofauawo. pass. Av'.tvffis, -log, Att. -Wf, rj, (fr. auat-

AvdaiptTws,
ly,

(fr. last)

spontaneous(fr.

an d AuXfyn?, -Y avXbs a pipe) a player on the pipe, performer on the flute ; a musician.
Av\r;Tpisi
(fr.
-JJs, ;;, viz. Tf%vr;, (fem. of next) the art of playing on

of

itself.
b,
fj,

vhnTiKti,

AvQiKaaTos, -ov,

avrbs

self,

vw

to dry) dryness, drouglU,

want
in

and

cicaffTos

each)
equable
;

always

the

wind instruments ; music.
Av\r/T*tKbs,-ri, -bv, (fr. auXfoapipe) belonging to the pipe or flute ; or
to

of sap,
plants.

decay,
/,

or

old

age

same, even,
right, honest

; just, exact, strict.

up-

Avdra,
drrj.

-as,
f.

Dor. and ^Eol.

for

A.u0irw
(fr.

-W,

f.

-;o-w, p. rjvdlvrrjKa,

p. rjvyaKa, (fr. Arya'^w, rannize. auyv splendour) <o i.radiate, shine forth ; to enlighten, Avdivrrjs, -tog -ovs, b, f], (fr. avTbs beam, illuminate ; to see, behold, look self, and as, g. 'ivro$ par. of "npi to send) self-commissioned, self1 a. act. nvyaca. per.
-a<rw,

next) to usurp power, exercise authority; to domineer, ty-

a performer on them a musician.

;

musical

;

uX('w, f. -iff'j), p. r/v\iKa, (fr. avXi) a sheepfold) to fold, pen, shut up cattle. AvX('o/*ai, to set up for
the night, pass the night, lodge, so-

upon.

journ

;

to

encamp, mount guard,

pass, nvyaajiai.

Avydaai,

1 a.

inf.

act.

of

last.

JLvydaoEO, Dor. for avydfyo, Ion. for avydfyv, pres.

which
impr.

mid.
<rj),

Avydacai, Ion. for avydsin. 1
,

imp. pass. nvXitypnv- per. pass, authorized, acting of, 1 a. pass. ijvXiodnv. self; a suicide; an author, cause, ?vXto-/<a. or -oj, -fi, -b or beginner; a master, lord, AvXiKbs, -ov, b, ;% a court) belonging ruler. (fr. auXJ? Subs. attached to the court. auAvOtvrtKos, -n, -bv, (fr. last)
thentic, genuine, thoritative.

or for him-

2

f.

mid. of same.

original ;

au-

courtier,

any
auXfo

officer

of

xtalt
<

-uroj, TV,

and

A

Or,

(fr.

a

flut?)

of,

(100)

ATO
afcouf tcinf/ instruments, fit

ATT
for
parched
;

ATT
comp.
i

withered, dusty,

self-declared

;

spontaneous, vo-

the flute ; musical. sician.

Subs, a

mu-

a AvXtov, -ou, TO, (dim. of same)

watching. little fold, hut, cot. a camp ; Avpa, -ag, t), (fr. ava> to blow) a ACrtw -w, t. -}o-w, p. i}vrr]Ka,(v. * ADXif, -teas, r], (fr. same) aSri) the shout of battle) to a lent, pavilion; a haunt, rc*igale, breath, air, breeze ; pain,. exclaim ; to halloo, s/iottf, cry cnrf, spasm ; inspiration. Also, a small country c/ieer. fr. avw to shine) in Thrace, Aulis. vptov, (perhaps Ion. for ^rruiV', 'g. pi. of of avXoj a to-morrow, the morrow ; soon, Avrluy, AvXiV/coj, -cv, b, (dim. vrof. next in time. a small pipe. d. pi. Ion. -TT/J, cases of same. Avpbg,-d, -ov, rich, wealthy^ o/xf.: A-yr}, -f^,-r^v,
j

luntary ; freely, unasked; -repog. a neg. and provoked, not call' LUTTVOS, -ou, b, TJ, (fr. Dor. for tflrovvfi pi. impf. VTTVOS sleep) sleepless, waking, '-A.vTC.vV) ind. of

un-

'

.

,

-

i

Av\ouavlw

-<3, (fr.

6e ss) /o
diit

next, and uavia music-mad.

-n>, b, (perhaps fr. auo>, or to blow) a pipe, flute; any

ATT
and ypd^w
wrillen
to

ATT
Automedon,
f),

ATT
,u,
f.

with

write) original, A.vTOp(6ti)v, -OVTOS, b, a man's name. one's own hand,
AvTOfiifTdio, -opo?,
b,

-aVw,

(fr.

same)

signed.

(fr.

avTos

to hurry, hasten, act with precipitation, or rashly ; to disorder,

Avroyvov,
stock

and same, and f/r;;p mother) like, -ov, TO, (fr. same, or resembling the mother ; of the yva or yvia. a field) the head, the plough, which lies in same mother ; the very mother. of the furrow, and upon which the AvTopo\lu -ti, f. -jjffu, p. -visa, (fr. sock or ploughshare is fixed, next) to come from, or go to the
/;,

embroil, turb.

confuse, confound, dis-tfroff,

iTOvxtSiaffpa,

TO, (fr. last)
;

a thing done in a hurry
rashness, precipitation.

haste,

AvToSdiKTOf, -ov, 6,

(fr.

avrbs

self,

other side, or party,
off"

desert, fall

}Toa%oiacrTiKbs,

-fj,

-bv, (fr.

au-

and

5<w|<4) to,
-'-ru,,

wound)
a,
,',,

self-slain.
cj:i'

from.
,

AvrdorjXor"

(fr.

w
-aj,
>/,

-ov, b,f), (fr. avrbs self, to go) a deserter, trai-

(fr.

next)

fe>-,

recreant, apostate.
-T)s,
fj,

AvTovfrf )f

Autonob, a wof.

Toa^ioios sudden) hurried, tumultuous, rash, hasty; unpremeditated. hi -7ffi h, ( fr - same ) hur, ry, precipitation, haste; rashness ; tumult, confusion. and -ov, b, f], jTOG%ldtosi -a, -ov, auroj same, and y-^iotos (fr.

-t>.jan's .::unc.

and

<5<a/coi/o?

an atttendaiil)

.sv/'-

I'ofJiu -ov/tat,

attended, who does all his own avrdvopos one's self, follow one's own ivill. work. AvTo8i8aKTos, -ov, b, i], (fr. same. AvTov6prj, -r,s, >/, (fern, of next) and SiSdvKw to teach) selfAutonoml, a woman's name. taught. AvTdvopos, -ov, b, ij, (fr. avrbs self, and vduos law) self-directed ; inAvrdevTtjs, -ov, b, (fr. same, and ew or IT) pi to inflict) a suicide, dependent ; headstrong.
wilful,

-fiaopai, (fr. self-directed) to direct

near) sudden, extemporaneous, done at the moment ; hasty, precipitate, rash ; unpremeditated, not prepared ; rough, clownish^ uncouth ; tumultuous, confused,
disorderly
;

fighting

at

close

murderer, assassin.

Aurori,
year)
year.

(fr.

same, and
i/iaZ

this,

or

irog a #ear, the same

cohering together, bind- AvToa^obv,-oaor-oir]i>, (fr. same) hand. forth; there, in that place ; then, ing, cohesive, compact, firm. nigh, close, hand to at that time; thenceforth, forth- AvrdntaTos, -ov, b, f), (fr. same, and AVTOTUTOS, sup. of aurof. with, directly. TTICFTOS self-evident; AvroT\iis, -to$ -ovS) b,fj, (fr. avrbf credible) and TI\OS the end, or a Avrddi, (fr. same) there, then, self, convincing, persuasive ; appatherein; at that time; in that rent, evident. tax) perfecting, effective, perfect,
place.

Avrodf, Avr6Qtv, (fr. same) from that place or time ; hence, hence-

quarters. -%i, (fr. same, and AvTovvyei, vDf night) to-night, this night ; AvToo-%oius, (fr. last) spontanethe same night, that night. ously ; suddenly, hastily, precipitately ; tumultuously ; close, hand AvToirayrjs, -tos -ovs 6, ;/, (fr. same, and irf/yvvpi to compact) selfto hand.
,

and

made ;

Avrolo, Ion. for avrov, g. of avrdsAvroKaaiyvrjrr), -ys, >;, (fr. next) a
full
sister.
6,
(fr.

Avro7t6vr)Tos, -ov, b, >j, (fr. same, and 7rovfa> to work) self-wrought, self-made, self-effected .

finished, complete

;

sufficient, ca-

pable, answerable; independent, living, or acting at his own ex-

AVT^TTOVS, -ooos,

AvroKaaiyvrjTos, -ov,
self, KdtTis kin,

avTa$

and yivopai to be a brother ; of the whole born) full
blood.
\

pense. b, >/, (fr. same, and on one's own feet. AVTOU, viz. ywpov, (g. sin. ofavrdj) for avr6Qi. v, r same, '/, (f AvTo~p-iij<i)Tros, r and rpdo-w/roi' the face) of the AVTOV, A IF r<3, Avrbv, for tavTOv, ~ovs
3-

foot)

i

-

f. -;/cra), (fr. next) AvTOKardKptrog, -ov, b, fj, (fr. Avrovpyfii) -w, t-> n'ft or by one's self; same, and KaraKoivm to con- Avroirrris, -ov, b, (fr. same, and of, from, to labour, work with the hands. 6-TouxL to behold) an eye-vjitdemn) self-condemned, self-convicted. : a spectator, beholder, looker AvTovpybs, -ov, b, ^, (fr. avTbg self, on. n. pi. avTOTTTai. AvroKe\VffTos, -ov, b, f/, (fr. same, and fpyov work) self-acting ; and K\tvii) to exhort) unhidden, ''ncous, native, natural; a AvTOfptros, -ov, b, >/, (fr. same, and to flow) flowing of itself, ready, willing, voluntary. '.nan, labourer, mechanic. pfia

natural countenance, in one's person.

own

AvroK\)is, -los -ouj, 6, and Kf'Aw to exhort)
last.

,',,

(fr.

same,

K:ii-;nging

naturally,

gushing, AvT6cp\oiog, -ov,

b,

'),

(fr.

same,

same as

AvroKpa-opixos, -), -bv, (fr. of free will, mere motion ;
reign, absolute.

bubbling. Avrbs, -), -b, (perhaps fr. ay again, and -bs obs. for 6 he) he, she, it ; next) sovemere, himself, herself, itself;

and
bark,

(l)\owv

the bark) with the covered with the bark ;

rough, unshapen.
-ov, b,

very;

spontaneous, of himself,

&c. ; same, the same. sup. a AvroKodTup, -opo$, 6, (fr. euros self, and KOUTOS power) one's own master, independent ; self-de- AVTOS, ->/, -o, used for OVTOS, or pendent ; self-emanating or prolavTov, which see. ceeding ; supreme, sovereign, ab- AvTOffTaota, -as, >% (fr. last, and
solute; plenipotentiary.

and (bvu to f], (fr. same, grow) self-born, self-produced;

native, natural, spontaneous.
AuT<5rfupoi', -ov, Tb, (fr.
rf>iDp

same, and a thief) the very fact, the act itself; afoul deed, crime, offence.

cTdoios firm, th. lorjj/uto stand)

AvrdKTovcs, -ov,

in the very fact. a standing, or remaining fixed and in one place ; a standing fight. Avr6%ip, -pos, b, rj, (fr. same, ADToaroAof, -ov, by f), (fr. same, ^?p the hand) with one's own AvroAt&f, (fr. same, and Affi? a and orrAAw to equip) who is ship, hand, the very person, the immediate perpetrator ; a suicide, n. word) to a word, verbatim, by convoy, or guide to himself in
b,
f),

(fr.

KTsivta to kill) self-killing, derous ; a suicide.

same, and mur-

Avr6\vKos, -ov,

own vessel ; escorting perwith sonally; a swimmer. Auro^apf, and -pla, (fr. last) tlic hand, AvTdffTovcs, -ov, b, >/, (fr. same, personally. and CTSVU to groan) groaning Avr6%0u>v, -ovog, b, $, (". avrbs AvrdpaTos, ~rj, -ov, or -on, b, fj, (fr. same, and pdu to desire) sponunder his pnxi sorrows, suffering same, and ^flwvland) native, intan?-}us, of its own accord, volunwees of his own making. digenous, original. tary ; natural, unassisted by art. v~o VG'UH'OS and AVTO^WVO?, -ov, 5 Jon. -Sir), -;/f, /, Avroa^eSutj -a?, In neut. an and %wvos a smeltautomaton, self(fr. avTOffyfSios sudden) a fight fl, (fr. same,
rott.

his

b,

man's name.

Autolycus,

a.

/

moving machine.
ly,

hand

tc

A vropdrws,

hand, close combat, close
;

(fr. last) spontaneousnafur fitly, of itself.

quarters

hurry, precipitation, haste, confusion, tumult.

finished, as

uning furnace) shapeless, rough, from the it crime
furnace
;

solitl,

massy

;

huge,

(102)

A* A
; bursting or pouring forth om a furnace ; babbling, blabbing, that cannot keep secret.
.

A*A
A <<: ;,;?', pros. inf. ind. pass. 3 sin. cont. cont. A(/>rtf>arat,
A.<paipjj, pres. ind. pass. cont. pres. sub. pass. A.<pa.ip>j-ft;, -it, 1 f. ind. act. 'of crift,

spoil,

3

sin.

deform, disfigure; to discharge, dismiss. A.<}iaviopai, to to perish. disappear, vanish ;
per. pass. ^Adj/io^at. 1 a. pass. nfyavicQnv. I f. a$aiuff0i7<ro//cu.

(fr.

same, and Xf

matter) the thing itself, the very matter; in reality, truly,

a

A0aviTfuk, -ov,
A.<paiptua,

b,

and AQdncis,
a dis-

really; clearly, plainly, evidently.

or -rjua, -oro?, rd,
to take
off';

(fr.

-105, A't.

-uj,

^, (fr. last)

Avro^vros,
Xf'w
to

-ov,
[)our)
c>'

M,

(fr.

same, and

atpatpfa

away) a taking
a withdraw-

bursting, shed or

poured out

Avro^(,

at the rrry sight; (fr. next)

by sight.
.

and-<|n/,

-77?,

f,,

(fr.

a'jTbs self,

sight, view,

and <5^(j sijjht) the omlar demonstration,

A.<j>aiptcrt;,

ruin, .destruction ; an abolition, ing, separation, distinction ; that is withdrawn or separated, doing away, annulling. the part of the victim offered, an 'A^avros, -ov, b, %, (fr. same) disoblation. appearmg, vanishing, evanesoffering, cent ; unseen, invisible, hidden ; -10?, Att. -coj, 17, (fr.

away, carrying

appearance, vanishing ; departure ; death, decease ; extinction,

which

eye-sight. -ru, -r<3v, cases of avrdj. Avri, Dor. for avrov, orau--50i.

obscure, humble, lowly. same) a taking away, deprivaand 'A^avrov, tion, separation; an offering, A^dvTwj,
sacrifice ;

(fr. last)

aphfercsis,
f.

a grammap.

obscurely, darkly
vily, privately,

;

secretly,

pn-

tical figure.

unheeded, unob-

of aurof. Aunji, -rwv, cases Ai'rwf, or Aiirwj, (fr. SK-OC same) in like manner so, <Aus ; likewise, or state; merely, only ; without

0at(Jfw -w,
(fr.

-;;<70),

a6fipnKa,

served.
a<f>avris

to

take

a-dfrom, and aiofu to take) A^avw?, (ft. as last. away, carry off, spoil,
strip,

obscure) same

plunder, bereave,
to

deprive

; ;
7ro

cause or reason, rashly, giddily ; in vain, idly ; freely, gratis.
&.v<f>iva,

rescue, free, or deliver

from

from, and a~rw to hang)
to

to

JEoi. for auY^'r,and
forair^H'a,
-ou, 6, of the
f.
fj,

Av^fV,
neck)

a. sin.
(fr.
;

of air^/Jv.
at>x/;i/

separate; to remove, reject, expel ; to suppress, discontinue; to stop, prohibit,
to

distinguish,

hang

or upon, append, affix,
to touch,

fasten to, tie, bind to ; approach, come near
pass.

Au^mof,

the

amputate, prune, pare
dicate, deface, prive, divest ;
to

;

to era-

to. per* ind. d^tnufiai' par. a&np.-

neck

about the

shoulders.

Av^fw
haps
A.v%n,

-w,
fr.

-<rw, p. 7)v%TjKa, (per-

same)

to

/.w/<

.

. vaurc*, glory

Ion. d~ rip pat, and a~a\idestroy ; to defilvoc, conceal, hide, pfvos, ^aiofofiai -otipat, to be stripped, 'Aoap, and Ion. aQapei, (perhaps fr. the touch) immediately, 1 a. ind. act. a<pri deprived, lose. aioncc.. 2 a. ind. act. a<l>ti\ov. quickly, suddenly, comp. a$dpper. pass
I

-*)$,
,
>

and At^r/ctf, -o?, Att.
;

__
mi.

^

-Uf
tion.

v, (fr. last)

minting

bragging, boasttriumph, exulta-

a. pass, afyipidriv.
1

f
a.

inf.

f. pass. mid. ind. a<paip>ictadat. 2 f.

I

fog, -T\OS, and -/&>?, Aphareus, a man's name.

6,

Auy^v,

-fvof, 6, the neck, back of the neck, nape, shoulder ; a pass,

mid. ind. a^tiXd^nv' sub.
inf.
1

Poet, for A.>;, :ipnricai, A.<f>apctoal, -u>v, o't, the sons of Aphareus.
A$u'/3*c/;>

\S)uai'

defile, strait,

isthmus.

"A^fiucrro?, -a

a<f>\icdat. or -0(0, o, ,

-W,

hi

an evergreen

tree.

Dor.

and apTrdu to rob) to plunder, carry away, ; a crest) wanting the raised crest, despoil, \vhich the ancients expressrob ; to steal, snatch, pick up. unplumc'l. ed by foul and worn clothes. \>(pd\AOfjiai, (fr. OTTO from, and <iX- A.diprtpos, -a, -ov, (comp. ofa$ap same ) dryi ( fr Xo//at to leap) to leap down or quickly) quicker, speedier, soonAu^rrpo-?, er ; more sudden. off ; to bound or spring away ; withered, arid, desert; foul, Jilthy, to flee, escap*. squalid ; dull, dark, dusky. A0ao-t'a, -a?, Ion. and Poet, aufa f. -/y(rtz), air], -ns, f}, (fr. a neg. and 0V/U p. atirjudprnAi'X/ttfo/jat, (fr. same) seeau^du. A.<pau(iordv(j[),
'nro from,
; to

Avvfidd), and A.vjyii(a -w, (fr. air^to be parched with A0d/c>7, -n$, fj, a kind of pulse, a pos drought) town in Libya. drought; to be dusty, dirty, to be shabby, or ?, -ov, b, tj, (fr. a neg. and squalid, foul ;

for A.<pdpfiaKrof, -ov, b, arid a
(pdpfjiaicov

f), (fr. a neg. drug) unadul-

terated,

unmixed.
f.

^u),

-dff(j),

and

-dfu>, (fr.

mourn, wear mourn-

-^

-

A.i'Xpbs, -ov, b,

(perhaps

fr.

at'w to

Ka, (fr.

same, and auaprdi-u to

or

(f>d(a

to

speak)

silence,

dumb-

dry) drought arising from heat, dryness, aridity; foulness, slovenliness.

err) to miss,fail, mistake, miscarry ; to be disappointed, be bereft,

ness, inability to speak ; astonish-

ment, fear.
'A<parof,-ov,
pressible,
ble ; not
to
b,
>j,

deprived or destitute

of.

2

a.

(fr.

same) inex-

&vxn<tins, -cos -ovs,
hot,

b,

i),

(fr.

last)
A.<pafjiaprofirri$,

parching; dry, arid ; foul,

dirty, squalid ; slovenly. and sometimes aSw, At'd

and by

-o> -ouj, 6, >/, (fr. last, and iVo? a word) rambling in language, verbose, tedious;
diffuse in style, herent.
-f,

surprising, unutterabe repeated, spoken,

or mentioned, obscure, of no report, mean, low. A^drw?, (fr. last)

Dyal.

ai5<i), f.

without number, ; enough, sufficiently, plentifully, rov, 2 a. ind. of atiafJLaprdvb). flame, set on fire ; to shout, cry abundantly. out, exclaim ; to roar ; to resound, Ltydvua, -as, r}, (fr. next) dark- A.(pavp&s, -a, -bv, (fr. a intens. and indistinctness ; ring, echo ; to sparkle, shine, ness, obscurity, d>avpos, Dor. for <f>av\o$ worthsurprisingly
scorch
;

da

to

avow, p. t/vKa, (fr. blow) to dry, parch,
to light

diffusive,

inco-

inexpressibly,

up, kindle, in- A.(pdfj.aprov, -?,

Ion. for a^jy^ap-

glitter ; to blow, breathe ; to touch ; 1 a. ind. act. to sleep. niit-a, as
if fr.

uncertainty, doubt.
A.<f>avr)s,

less
ft,

;

or ffaDpoj few) weak, faint,

avu> Dor.

for avcra.

and

-iof -ouf, b, 0an/e- to

(fr.

a neg.
not

appear) dark, obunseen,

A<', for anb, before an aspirate. u, (fr. a-b intens. and dyto to purify) consecrate. devote, set apart, sanc-

feeble ; lazy, slothful; cowardly; vile, worthless ; dull, dim. coznp.
atyavpdTtpos, sub. -draroj.
-avffia,
(fr.

scure,
clear,

indistinct ;

hidden; evanescent, vanish- Aciai'w, f

ed

;

ignoble,

tify ; to purify, cleanse, expiate,

atone.
&.<pa$avu, and A.(j>atavuv, Heb. in. decl. a royal tent, pavilion.

I pi. p"res. ind. act 2 pi. 1 a. impr. pass

3

sin.

mean, low. and A^av^oucj, 3
A0av/o-07/r,
A^>avt|<5-

'and avu to dry) er, decay, fade mish.

to ;

to

aro intens. dry up, withstarve, fa(fr.

'A^du

-5,

f.

-do-cu,

a$ri

a

//evo?, ->;, -ov,

par. per. pass, of
ntydviKa,
(fr.

pavl^fj,
last)
to

f.

-leu), p.

A0a<p0(?,-ic-a,

a. pass. -iv, par. A<f>aiaid>ifT9n,ii, -77, -trai, 1 f.
1

to hide,
'

destroy,

conceal, darken ; abolish ; to torrupt,

to touch, handle ; to stroke, sooth, caress. a<j>6uvra, Poet, for actwi'ra, a. sin. mas. cont. par.

touch)

pres. act.

(103)

Ion. for a , -fos -ov?, b, /, (fr. a ne,?, \A(f>\6p;v, ind. mid. of 6ftyycs brightness) without a<f>atp im- A$\6TTjs, -IJTOS, >i, same as a<pflight, obscure, dark; blind;
perceptible, gentle.

i

-Jl[iai, (fr.

-ovuai, f. -rjaopai, u-b intens. and
to

p.
-

lidL

to

^'

lead)

conduct, guide,
rule,

'A0<5pos, -ov,
A0f(5/)w,
c/zoA,
(fr.

6, (fr.

next)

A';e

nscs.

aipf^o cata- A(pc\ov/jiai, -77, -irai, 2 f. mid. A(b\wLi.nt, 2 .a. sub. mid.
to

Aac.

(!.

sin.

lead ; to

command,

govern

;

to tell, relate, report, recount.

A0-

AQfynna, -aroj,Td,

(fr.

last)

a

re-

afaopuv a privy)
.'/fe.

'A(pfopT},

Awv, 2 a. par. act of atyatptw. 2 A0Aws, (fr. a^fA^s simple) simply,
rely,

lation, narration^ history, story, account.

sin. prcs. sub. pass.

without art

barely, merely ; apart, A0<5pwi', -wvo?, 6, (fr. and <5pa a seat) a privy ; a tinctly. thing ; the tale or story itself. sewer, drain ; perhaps, the rec- 'AQffjta, -aros, TO, (fr. aQinui to send away) a discharge, dismis- A^tjyovfjievog, -ov, b, (par. pres. m. a. sin. tum, or lowermost gut. of same) a leader, captain, chief, sion, sending away ; deliverance, 2 pi. 2 a. liberty ; remission, forgiveness ; s, Ion. for a0?/r, general, commander. before a the person or thing discharged. sub. act. of a&ir] pi. A<p7]Ka, -KUS, -*, or -Ktv, or 2 a. par. mid. of a(piT)[ii. -J50'/", AQlpcvos, vowel, 1 a. ind. act. 'A0r?v, A00s,

ap

singly, A<t'iyriais, -joy, Att. -ewj, f], (fr. disclearly, same) a narrative, the recollection, memory, or rehearsal of any
;

A^fflw,

-efflj/v,

'

AtyzOdtjv, A(f>OT)vai, AfytQfiaonai,

see same.

A0u tu)-w,f. -//aw,
r

(fr.

a0<$)j un;

Afytvas, by Sync. 'A0vo?, -ov, 6, or -EOJ -ovs, TO, (perhaps fr. cup' /we, viz. fvov of one year) inriches

-175, -77,

ind.

A(p&, -fr,

-rj,

sub.

sparing)
lavi^:
.

to ^z'ue

without stint
to

to

despise, ex-

come, revenue, profit ; ; plenty, abundance.

a. act. Arf}(TW) -t?, -a, 1 f. ind. act. ofa^itytt. wealth, A<f>t)\dpr)r, -w, -aro, 1 a. ind. mid.

2

Of O0rtAAoWtt.
frof, 6,
,

pose;

spare A<pivrt, d. sin. of a<aj, 2 a. par. shun. (Kpeifii'/cavra, a. sin. mas. act. ofa<pii)pt> of afyeidriffas, 1 a. par. act. Ad>fo), 1 f. act. offlTrfVw.
to
OTIC'S self',

(fr.

-o from, and
i/,

'fail-

a neg. or a companion)
a. ind. act.

destitute, forlorn,
-es,

forsaken.

A0a<?ft<jj,

Ion. for
liberally,

same)

A$((5w?, (fr. AQi'pirw, f. a^fpt^'w, (fr. OTTO intens. and t'pTrw to creep) to creep, unsparingly ;
crawl,
'A<ptg,

-, 2

of

without mercy, severely.

A05r}?, -to$ -o5j, o, i/, (fr. a neg. and faiSopai to spare) liberal,

worm ;

act. bountiful, unsparing; profuse, 'A0cru', a. sin. A<pt<rit, d. sin. prodigal,frequent, cont. Att. of useness, A0(&'rt,-tt?,j7,(fr. \a.st) prof L0<T(f, -0f, Att. -W?, )/, (fr. prodigality, no spari.ig ; severity, to send away) a dismiscruelty ; austerity, mortification. atytrjfjii sal, discharge ; release, deliverA0f Qtia-ar, 3 pi. ind. A<pcOu>, -fr, ance ; remission, forgiveness, parsub. 1 a. pass. -fl, 4.<peQ$aodon ; a starting post ; speed, 1 f. ind. act. pai, -77, -crat,
A<pei$,

like a serpent or , par. of A0?/fjf<ai, per. sneak away. pass, of a^drrw. 2 pl.'A0-, 2 a. impr. A<prjvidt), f. -daw, (fr. airb from, -fro), and fjvia a bridle) to refuse the of a<])iTini.

move

to creep or

\

rein, not to bear the bridle j to be stubborn or obstinate ; to dis-

1

1
v

obey, resist.
</>7/><fytJ7v

-ovjiijv, -iov
1 a,

-ov,

-ttrc

-?ro, impf. ind. mid.
QTJV,
-rjs,
-TI,

Afpripi-

ind.

pass, of
to send

-uoa,

-tr, n. pi. Atyivres,
a<f>ir)fjii.

impetuosity.
fyearainv,
-ris,
-rj,

A<p>]T(i)p, -opos, b, (fr. arf)/J7//t

par. 2 a. act. of
v,

pres.

opt.

fojth)

an epithet

ot Apollo, the

and
>of,

AtytOrjv,
a<pir]p.t.

A0?/nat,
act.

sco

-?, -, 2
impr.

a.

ind.

;

A0/A'

opt. A^e^olfjn' sub.

utterer, pronouncer of ; A(j)ttrrar, A^iaraai, 2 and 3 pi. the. darter of pres. ind. of a^lc-rriut for atitcrlight ; the archer. Or the two latter are by "A<j)6ai, -wv, ai, the thrush, a disrnfu. ease in the mouth. and Sync, for

oracles

A0Xw,-^j,
A(peXu>v.

-^-inf.

A0A?V par.

TfiKaci,

2 and 3

a^ara<pear^Kare, pi. per. act. of A00ap<n'a, -as, >%

(fr.

a neg. and

A^fAu/jai, -77, -jjrai, 2 a. sub. mid. of a^cnpao. same as -ov, -f.ro, 2 a. mid. ind. ; Astral, -wv, at, the name of a some say a city of Magplace, nesia. Aip\w[icu, -j), -rjruf inf. A<f>e\ea6ai' par. Ad^Afyo'oj, of same. A(pTc, 2 pi. 2 a. ind. or impr. of AQeinKv, for t;0fjUi', 1 pi. of acf>?;i<,

00jpw
ty,

to destroy) incorruptibili;

incorniption
-ov, 6,

immortality.
(fr.

A00apro?,

f/,

same)

in~

corruptible, immortal, eternal.

A00(f, par. of "A00/7V, Dor. or Ion. for^^v, 1
Of OTTTW.

-rj$, -rj,

a.

pass.

Or, by Sync.' for afainpw, 1 pi. 2 a. opt. act. Or Ion. and Poet, for afeivai. 2 a. inf. act. of a0c>7/u. A<j>tivai, A0j, see same. AiptKTfos, -a, -or, (fr. an-f^w to withhold) to ie withheld or abstained ; to be avoided or shunned.
A<t>t\yvvu, (perhaps,

2

a. ind. act.

to corrupt) see d<b6apro$. d. pi. Ion. of tively with any of the significa- A<f>d6yyoio-i, and tions of a0<>7juc. .(bOoyycs, -ov, b, fj, (fr. same, to <}id6yyos voice, th. d0yyo/*at 0r>7?, -ov, b, (fr.same) a shooter,

-a, -ov, (fr. a<j>itjfii to dismiss) to be dismissed, &c. posi-

A00?roj, -ov,

6,

fi,

(fr.

o neg. and

00w

"

slinger,

chines,

worker of warlike maengineer ; a freed slave,

speak) speechless,
silent.

dumb;

mute,

freed man.

for A<pd6vr)Tos, -ov, AipOovaros, Dor.

fr. 'b,fi, (fr. same, <j>06vos envy) a^f'Aai/to 'A0To?, -ov, 6, >% (fr. same) disthe knee) to exempt from envy, unenvied. loosed, set missed, discharged, for a<j>6ov(i>re; set apart, separated ; conpQovto-Ttpof, Poet, free pos, comp. of d(bBovos. A0eAa, -a?, 77, (fr. a^Ar?? simple) secrated, holy ; rejected, refused ; a neg. and simplicity, sincerity, purity of A<t>eov(a, -as, fi, (fr. opposite, contrary. goodness of intention. <p66vos stint) abundance, plenty, thought, no stint ; exemption from envy, to A0f'Aff0, 2 pi. impr. Or, Ion. for (fr. airb intens. and ityw ffta, malice, or grudge. a0(A<T0, 2 pi. 2 a. ind. m. boil) to boil away, evaporate. 2 sin. 2 a. sub. act. of A</>fWa, Att. for a<f>nxa, per. act. 'Atifiovos, -ov, b. >i, (fr. same) exAtt. for empt from envy, unassorted by

and

take

away,

ydw

,

hurt, injure, abuse.

A0fwvrai,

a^avrai,

3 pi. per. pass, of atylmtt. ^cA^f, -foj -oCs, 6, >'/, simple, sincere, honest, single-hearted ; sin- A0tDpa, Att. for a<j>wpa, 3 sin. gle, unmixed ; small, slender, impf. ind. of a^opaw.
f

malice
pious,

;

coplentiful, abundant, unstinted, given without

slight.

A</),
f.

-rjs,

f>,

(fr. air

to touch)

0f Aca), -w, (fr. a?rd from, and ?A/cw to draw) to draw or toJce away;
separate, divide, tear asunder.

a joint
the

;

touching, close

meeting

;

grudge, liberal. coA006VUC, (fr. last) plentifully, without enry or stint, piously ;
liberally.

touch, feeling ;

a

touch,

stroke, blow.

'A<t>eopos, -ov, b,

ft,

(fr.

a neg. and

(104)

A*I
yifltj'pw

A*A

A*0

to corrupt) uncorrupted,

AXA
to take

away, carry
1
f.

off",

banish

excommunicate.

Att. a^optw.

AX0
rass) without brass ; unarmed, unprotected ; without, money, pennyless, poor. measure -is, h-> a Persian

AXP
Ly^vat,
0f,
I

AYE
LvQi'ioto-

a. inf.
f.

pass.

2

pi. 1
t.

ind. pass. 01

dyu.
-iao^iai,
(fr.

worthless

use) unprofitable, useless? ; lazy, cowardly ; titty,

Ay0o//ai,
p.

->/o"o^a(,

and

awkward.
77S,-7;Tos, 7), (fr. last) uselessness, unprofitableness, insignifi-

.xdvTi,

J7y0/7^a{,

and

7/y_0cy/a(,

of grain

;

a baker's trough,
-ofs, 6, h, ( fr to gape) wide,

-xav^-fo?
and xalvu
:

intens.

next) to 6e oppressed, overburdened ; to grudge, be loath, or wniriUingj'to refuse, take
to
ill,

cancy

; simplicity,

awkwardness.

gaping,

dislike:
fret.

yawning fixed or wrapped in amazt merit ; huge, vast; ijnboundless; deep, bottommense,
less.
s,

moan, bemoan, grieve, 3 pi. pres. 1 pl a%0o/u0a'
0ovTa!.
1 a. ind.

d^;-

same) to render useless, make good for nothing ; to debase, vili(fr.

pass. rrxf)faQw.

fy.

Axofioo^ai,

to

become worth-

AX^OS, -oj -ovs, TO, a weight, load, burden; truss, pack, baggage; -Ins, b, '/, (fr. a neg. and disa charge, imposL imposition ; thanks) unpleasant,
pressure,
afflictjjJK
griff,

less or vile ;

to disgrace,

demean
7/ypn-

one's self.
1 a.

per. pass. jjypE/u^at.
pi.

pass. Tixptiu&'iv, 3
(fr.

agreeable, troublesome, offensive ; worthless ; thankless, insipid ;

sor-

(5077(7av.
,

row, wo,

ungrateful, ungracious.

A^apicTfw-w,

f.

TOJ disagreeable) a dislike gust, shock, cause

-T/O-W, (ir. a;a'p<(7to offend, dis; to

and f. ^0o0op/u) -w, -770-0), (fr. last, ^/pw to carry) to bear burdens, carry a toad, be a porter.
^0o<<5po?, -ov,
carries
b,
77,

calamvjff

same) insignificantly;

"awkwardly ; foolishly ; disgracefully ; uselessly, to- no purpose.
,

be

(fr.

same)

that
;

Poet.

1

ungrateful;
gratitude.

to

experience

in-

loads or bears burdtns

a porter, beast of burden.

^p77//a

nt unXi, ea*fyif tyi readily. A%api(T-la, -a?, ij, (fr. same) pensive. thankfulness, ingratitude. 'AXI, Dor. for ^y_j. and AXpijuuv, -6vo$, b, fi, (fr. same) for b,fi, (fr. a neg. and A^iAfUf,Poet. Ay/AXf'ujf, g. A-xdpiffTos, -ov, a. of poor, indigent, destitute. y do if thanks) thankless, ungratea, Poet, for Ay^XAaz, and 'Ay^pT/orof, -ou, o, T^, (fr. aiieg. ful ; disagreeable, offen* ^j ,vs, -f'o?, Att. '-770?, and -t.u> a man's name. ; XpnaTos useful) useless, unpro6, Achilles, A^rpfoTwj, (fr. last) ungratefully Jitable, worthless ; unused ; bad, AyiAArjjo?, relating to Achilles, like unkindly. Achilles. vicious, base, vile. Or, (fr. same, A%V?;c, -ov, 6, Achates, the friend and X9 r a 3Jl oracle) who rea neg. and of .^Ericas ; an agate. H* A.Y/TWV -ovoj, 6, ?;, (fr. in a ceives no answer from the oracle, a 'A;<, Dor. for -n^n, 3 sin. pres. Xiruv a coat) without coat, who disregards unanswered ; or impf. ind. of waistcoat or jacket; ill-dressed, ^fu.
'A^j,and'A^(,indecl. a. greenflag. A^(//, indecl. a man's name.
poor.
oracles. -foj -3f?, 6, }, (fr. a neg. ^np the hand) without hands, wanting a hand or /winds :
lied.

a neg. and (if! property) penny less, poor, destitute ; plain, not exindigent,
?,-ov,6,7),

A^wpfc,

and 'AXOC, and 'A^pij, till, until ; still, X^aivos, -ov, 6, fj, (fr. same, continually ; w/> to, wnto, to far, X^aiva a cloak) without a cloak, as far as; i?i, within. in his waistcoaf.
-Effcra,

-v,

(fr.

next}

dark,
6,
j},

obscure;

misty,

fuggy
,

a place A^t'p^ifa, -a>, ft, (fr. next) i'ltrj which the chaff" is blown from
the grain, the receptacle for the chaff", the chaff" gathered there, a

Axcipoiroinros, -ou,
-m'ct) to
'*
,'

(fr.

same,

not

make) not made by made by man ; na-ov, 6, the

gloomii, dreary. , -uoj, T), darkness, obscurity
cloud, mist,

fog

;

weakness o
;<

heap

rir

tural, not artificial.

A^rAuFo?, and A^fAwo?,
Achetous.
A^fot(ra,

di7nness of sight; row, grief, wo.
f.

A^ucoi-, -ov, TO, ( perhaps fr. a neg. and ^vpoj lirm) chaff"; straw,

Dor. for a^ovca, for which also A^fouo-', fem. par.
pres. of a^f'w. 'M -ou, J,
free.
.,-,

-t'ffu, (fr. last) stubble, fitter, haum. yj\uw, obscure, sully ; to shade, shadoic Ayup<5a> -a), f. -w(70), p.'-u^a, (fr. overshadow ; to hide, screen, conlast) to spre;.:-?, scatter, or strew

ceal
ffte

;

to

grow dark

;

to

becomt
a neg hnsks.

itacfc tfzora, or
tfjf

blind.

with chnff, straw, mix with ettqff".

litter,

&c.

to

or 'A;^V77, ly/rt,

-77?, 7% (fr.

-<W,
poplar

11,

(fr.

next)

was

said to

which Hercules have brought from

tx< to cohere ) chaff', down, motes, straws, &c. froth foam : smoke, soot.
L^vvftat,
(fr.
f.

and

A^upiv, -wroi, O, (fr. same) aheap of straw, the straw thrown from the flail; chaff.
Ay_i,
,\;i5f,

a,

Dor. for 7^w.
sore
riff.
'--,

Acheron.
AX/POH', -ov-jj, 5, (fr. a^o5 grief, and piu to flow) there were several rivers of this name. One of the rivers of the Hell of the Poets, Hell, Acheron.

-vaofiai, p.

-

fret,

to grieve, repine, a'^of grief) taks Hi. par. pres. axvvuc-

'A^w, same as acavfu. A^wp, -iSpo;-, b, a running

on

behind; af-

Xol,

Dor.

for

77^0?,

d.

sin.

o

ter,

again
a ne;j. and bile) without the gaU, free bile ; mild, gentle ; good from asainst bile ; allaying anger.
:,

subsequently ; in succession ; ; on the contrary ; imme''',
,

A.%voi, JEo\. and Dor. for ^ouui, d. pi. par. pres. or 3 pi. pres. in-1. act. of ^Ico. w, same as A^a
;

-ov, 6,

77,

(fr.

2
,

directly. sin. 1

a.

opt.

mid.
this
a. ind.

Ion.

for

a^'w,
sin.
.

and
1

Dor.
rnid.

for J/^w,
'
'

2

A%EO) -w,
to

f.

-jfaw,
;

(fr.

dxos

grief)

LYOOEUTO?, -ov,

o,

77

(fr.

same, and

-77,

-ov, par.

pain, ache
;

to grieve, fret, re-

pine

to

be angry,

par. pres.

without a chorus ; ^opo? a chorus) without dances, devoid of mirth,
cheerless.

,

inf.

1

a.

mid. of

a^fwi'.

AX*'W, Dor. for

^ru.
fj,

Avoj, -oj
quiet,

-ouf, TO,

pain, ache

;

Axnv, IX& and
gent

-tvcs, b, to have.
^at'i'j)
;

(fr. a neg. and Or, fr. a intens. to gape) poor, indi-

beggarly^
T),

mean

;

gaping

wo ; emotion, disperturbation ; confusion, disorder, calamity, misfortune. Aypavroy, -ou, 6, rj, (fr. a neg. and
grief, sorrow,

--j;, -ou, c, \lfavw to touch)

ft,

a neg. and untouched, un(fr.

tasted, untainted,
,

',

^, (fr.

blame)

undented, pure. and A;//>%, -f<s same, andt//fy to unreproved ; unblame"},

for food. A-xwia, -as,

yoaiVw to colour) untouched, un(fr.

ahle, blameless.
(fr.
'5

last) poverty,
,

/,

incontaminaterl, pure.
T),

want, indigence.

-d&os,
',

the wild pear-tree.

.^f^i <ru(v, te# ^ru< ;

A^9aj
'

,

1 a.

par. pass, of ayo.
1 f.

(neut. of next) see ax~
(fr.

to X/JMK drceit.

A^flfVtt, Att. fora^flftr^'J sin.

mid.

To? . -a, -ov,

a

r,

-ov, b,

/,

(f:

(107)

AHP
false)
true,

BAA
of falsehood,
,

BAe
ofotwBo^iiTfto, -aroy, rd,

incapable
faithful
;

3

real,

genuine.

right, just.

A^'U($WJ, Ion.

Af

D<$ws-, (fr.

truly, verily, really.
Ai^/fiDCToj, -OD, 6, b, (fr.

Or -ov, b, (fr. game) a s*ep, pace ; ptw. yoro, 3 sin. pper. pass, of alpu. gait, walk, march. last) Awj, a6o$ aov$, <i, Dor. for ?u>j, a. Ba<Wrfoj, -a, -ov, (fr. same) mutt sin. cont. aw. go, to be walked, &c.
f.

sin. pper. pass, Poet, for

and

a neg. and Awrfw -w,
-svau,

-?;crw,

and Awrfiiw,
to cull,

according

f.

to the verb,
o, (fr.

to lie) true, faithful, ho\pevSdi nest, just.
'

(fr.

next)
;

gather, BaSioTTis, -ou,
er,

same)

aii-alk-

pluck flowers
b,
;

to enjoy, delight

runner

;

a post, messenger.
},,

Alices,

n. pi. ofaipis.
f

in, take the bcnejit of, indulge.

AI//J/COOO?,

-ov, b,

)

/,

(fr.

d^

again, Awroj, -ov,

and 'Awrov,

-ov, TO,

and
*A.\j,-tv,

K.6pog

satiety) fastidious,

a flower
wool;

EadiffrtKbs, -ft, ~bv, or -o5,6, same) that walks or runs

(h>

,

am-

squeamish, delicate, nice. a. sin. of ai//tj.
-OD, TO,

produce, or profit ; the flower, bloom, pride,
6, 7/,
(fr.

bling, pacing, walking
tious, active.

;

expedi-

excellence.

Ba<5oj,

-OD,
;

A.-^ivQ'iov,

and

'Ai//n>0o?,

Awroj, -ov,
ing ears,

a neg. and

journey

-OD, 6, (perhaps fr. a neg. TTU-W to drink) wormwood.
'At/'ij,

and

same) a walk, way, road ; a coming,
6,
(fr.

oCj the ear) without ears, want-

concourse, collection.

having no lugs.

Ba'w,

and

Ai//fc, -<<5oj,

>/,

(fr. a?r-

a joining, fltting, knotting; a joint, knot; abond,\ band, tie ; a Jishing net, mesh ; a vault, arch, groin ; a military

rw

to join)

f. -o-w, and -w, p. /#/3a%a, Poet, (as if/3oa'w fr. /?oa'w to cry out) to speak, say, tell; to utter,

pronounce, prophecy
prate.
~Ba6fr)v, fern.

;

to

blab,

EaOeu], d. sin. BaflD, neut. sin. ence of a wheel ; a circle, ring. of /3a0rfj. "AT//JJ, -toj, Att. -wj, i], (fr. same) B, 0, 6, the second of the Greek Ba0(oj, -ou, 6, fi, and -a, -ov, same the touch, feeling ; a touching, As a nuas /3a0D?. letters, called beta. meral mark, it signifies two ; BaSf'wj, (fr. fiadvs deep) deeply, handling; intercourse, connexor with a dot underneath, 6,
s,

testudo, or covered approach; the felloes, or wooden circumfer-

B

Ion. for fia&tlav, a. sin. Ba0t, Ba0Ta, and Ion.

two

profoundly

;

heavily.

-ov, b, ^,

thousand.
derision.

(fr.

di//

backward, and p6os a Ba, a particle implying
;

Ba'077, pi. cont. of/3a0oj. ridicule or Bd0toros, Ba0('wv see /3a0Df.

stream) Rowing back, ebbing, returning, retrograde
reciprocal,

ov, (fr. Padftbt

a step) step

B,

by Apoc.

for fiddi,

Dor.

for
4

by step

;

gradually, orderly.
11,

mutual.
Al//0f,

(]rj6i,

impr. of ifav, 2 a. of
pi.

/%

,

Bafyi??, -t<5o?i

(fr.

same) an ena step
;

-OJ
a

join) limb,

-OD?, TO, (fr. aTTTO) tO joint, articulation ; a
fetters.

or /3atvw. BaaX, indecl.

trance, threshold ;

a b&se,

jSa'aX^,
to

Baal,

foot, foundation.

member ; bonds,

Bui, or

A.ipo$r)Ti, (fr.

a neg. and xf<tyos a Baopaj, wonderful crash) without noise, stilly, quitributed.
-ov, b,
t],

Bel ; a a root,

ruler, lord.

Bad/ids, -ov,
step,

b,

(fr. /fci'vco
;

which some properties were at-

or stair
;

rise,

go) gradation,

to

a

order

degree, rank, preferment,

etly.

dignity.

A^u^oj,
\l/v%ri

(fr.

life)

lifeless,

a neg. and Bdfia, an unmeaning worc2 used Ba0oj, -EC? -ovs, ro, depth, deepness ; a deep ; the deep, ocean ; dead, inaniby infants.

mate ;
A^w/iat,
1 a.

spiritless,
-rj,

pusillanimous.

Baj3aw,
to

f.

-a<rw,

3 pi. -^/wi/rai, sub. mid. of arrw.
-rjrai,
'A>;//(,
f.

speak

and o'fw, (fr. last) inarticulately, lisp; to

greatness,

extremity, lowest degree, distress immensity, extent

; ;

cry like an infant.
Ea!3ai,

Aw, Adw, Afw,
ft/o

w

ajyo-w,

to
;

O

profoundness, inscrutability, a6-

;

to breathe,

draw
to

breath

astonishing

to breathe

pres.

gently ; ads. 1 a.

sleep, par. T>a(3dKTr)s, -ov, b, (fr. j3a/?a'w to inf. act. ai'iaai, prate) a vain-talker, haranguer,

struseness. strang-e ! wonderful! to go) ! bless me ! BdOpov, -ov, ro, (fr. /3otvw step, stair ; a base, pedestal;

a a

and aicat. speech-maker. Aw, or Aaw, same as araw, which Ea0d\tov, -ov,
see, par. 1 a. mid. ao-a/wo?, 1 a. ind. pass. fiaQrjv, Ion. dadrjv,
cradle.
$a(3a\iffTfjpia,

See
TO,

also /?d/?af.

footstool; a bench; a row of benches, or seats in the theatre ;
seat, site, foundation. Ba6v, neut. of /3a0D?.

(fr.

/3a^a) a
(fr.

-w,

ra,

same)

a0Dj/Xwffao?, -OD,

6,

fj,

(fr. j8a0t>?

a cradle. 'Aw, f. a'trw, for a<5w, which see. Ba/?aAov, -OD, ro, an opening, pasDor. for;w0i>. Awfov, sage, aperture ; the female parts. Awy, advoj, a, Dor. for >;wv, which Ba/?af, -aKOS, 6, >/, (fr. /?a'<?w to
for ijtwr.

deep, and yXwo-ca the tongue) deep-mouthed, sonorous ; eloquent, fluent.
aQvoivvs, -OD,
SivT)
b, fj, (fr. same, and an eddy) deep-flowing, mak-

speak) prating, babbling, talkaf.

Awpao

-w,

-;?<7W,

p. rjwpriKa, (fr.
to

tive ; idle, foolish, silly ; trouble-

awpj

unseasonable)

neglect,

some, impudent.
i/3|0aw, to cry loudly, or shrilly
to
;

a6v$o!~os, -ov, b,
ool-a

ing eddies or whirlpools. and >;, (fr. same,

overlook, pass by, omit.
Aoipi, (fr.

fame) glorious,

celebrated,

same) untimely, unsea>/,

chirp.
the
fi,

renowned, far-famed.

sonably, out of time.

Awpta, -as,

(fr.

same) unseasonimmaturity
;

/fyi, -IKOS, f], /SuAwv, -wvos,

gum,

or gums. Ba0D"wvo?, -OD,
fawvr}

Babylon, a

ableness, unfltness,

mous

city. d. -wvt.

bad weather, inclemency. Ba<5<5iv, linen clothes. AwpdXao?, -ov, b, f), (fr. same, and Ba&rjv, (fr. /3a(j/w to walk) step by Xnoj smooth) beardless in age, step, by degrees, by little and little, gradually ; slowly, softly. long without having a beard. o neg. and Ba<5<w, f. -ifaw, p. ftcfidoiKa, (fr. 'Awpo?, -ov, b, ft, (fr.
Or, fr. same, Spa time, care. and ovpos a guard) unseasonable ; unfit, improper, unbecoming ;

6, #, (fr. same, and a girdle) uncaring the girdle low, longwaisted; noble, of high rank ; fair, beautiful. iQvKTjTijs, -EG? -ODJ, 6, ft, (fr. pa6v$ deep, and KTJTOS a whale) of immense depth, very deep, fa-

thomless.

immature, untimely
careless,

;
;

negligent,

indifferent

much

care,

hard

to

requiring be guarded,
Ion.
for

or preserved.

'Awpro, by Sync,

and

and (fr. same, walk, go, move, pro- Ba0)'i/cX7po?, -OD, extenceed ; to go to, frequent. 1 f. act. /cXJjpoj an inheritance) of Att. /3oi5tw* mid. ^aciovfiai. sive property, rich, wealthy, opulent. Eaoifr, Dor. for fiadiau, 1 f. act. of last. Ba0DKoX7ros,-ot>, b,h, (fr- same, and KO\TTOS a gulf) with deep bays, c5(7tj, -iog, Att. -w?, f,, (fr. &aseated on a deep bay, or gulf; oify to walk) a walking, walk ; an entrance, entering going in. with deep valleys, rich, fertile; (108)
same)
to

M,

BA0
avv,

BAR

BAA

am Ba9vKpnms, -Tcoy, 1$, (fr. same, and Ba0u0wi/oy, -ou, 6, >/, (fr. same, a foundation) deep seated ; <f><avii voice) deep-toned, grave Kprjiris with strong foundations; flrm, sonorous; using an unknowr fixed. language or an obscure style.
same, and \tifi(bv a ineadow) with extensive meadows,
,

. (fr. same) depth, long-waisted, with a low breast Bavvrns, -/o, or bosom. deepness ; profundity, EoxYftov, -ov, rb, (fr. Ba/c^o? Bacchus) the temple of Bacchus. Ba0t5cp//o?, -ou, 6, f,, (fr. same, Badvtipuv, -ovoy, 6, >?, (fr. same, ana (por)v the mind) deep-think- BaAcyaoy, -a, -ov, (fr. same) o/of and Kprjuvbs a precipice) with like Bacchus, bacchanalian, franor high cliff's; thoughtful ; circumspect, ing, deep precipices tic. Also subs, prudent ; inscrutable craggy. -ou, 6, a bacchic,

steep,

.

foot

m prosody.
f.

Ba^Uara,
fAe /eart

-wv,

Ta,

(fr.

next)
orgies,

of Bacchus;
revels.
-Euo-o),

drunken

-,

s, ,

-ov, 6, , ,

17, ,

. (fr.

same

BK^ua,
f.

and

Booc^fw,.-<5,
to

;,(&.

and

xat'r??

the hair) long haired

-//c-w, (fr.

BCJK^OS Bacchus)

with thick hair.

celebrate the feast

or pastures ; fertile, luxuriant.

Ba0u>aAAos,

-ou, 6,

f,,

(fr.

same,

and /loAAo; a

eece) iwiA long

Badv%i\og, -ou, 6, fi, (fr. and XCI^DS the lip) .'/< and profound, or strange

same

to

revel,

riot.

of Bacchus; BaK^voftai, to
revelling,

rage, rave, be transported.

am

BoK^ia, -as,

fi,

(fr.

same)

obscure language. wool, thick fleeces, fleecy, woolly. BadvuriTO, JEo\. for fiaOvfjifiTijs, -ou, Ba0<r\;0wv, -ovoy, 6, //, (fr. same and and %6&v the ground) having 6, (fr. same, pjyrjj thought) of deep counsel, wise, sage, sagadeep soil, fertile.
cious, intelligent, sensible.

Ba'/c^oj,

noting, debauchery, intoxication ; rapture, transport, extravagance. -ou, 6, Bacchus, the hea-

Ba?v, Sync,

for fSairjauv,

3

pi.

2

a*

BdQvvos, -ou,
Bd9vvffi$,

6, (fr. |3a0iif

hole, pit, pitfall ; -*oj,

deep) a opt. of |3ify a den, cave. Bat0, a iaA, a

Hebrew measure o

then god of wine. and fern. BdK%v, BdK%os, -ov, b, fi, a priest, priestess -ijs, r/, (fr. last) or votary of Bacchus, bacchanal ;
bacchanalian, frantic, riotous; enraptured, transported; a kind of wreath or garland.

Att.

-aj,

fj

(fr.

liquids.

next) an excavation, hollow, ca- Ba?vc, Ion. for /3atv, 3 sin. impf ind. of /?atvw. vity.

BaAaK, indecl. Balak, a man's palm leaves; a scarlet robe. name. and Att. 0e0d6vffuat. ou, 6, {,, (fr BaFvoy, an olive branch) mode q BaAaviypa, -ay, and Ion. -ypr/, -tjs, (fr. same, and /?aty "Badvititiios, -a, -ov, a bolt, and dypa Trcoiov a /I, (fr. jSaAavoy plain) ii't//j extensive palm branches ; of or about tht
uai,

BaOvvw, f. -uvw, p. -uy/ca, (fr. 0a9v$ deep) to deepen, excavate, hollow, sink. per. pass. @($dQvu-

Brf fr7, -i/s,

17,

(fem. of next) viz

Babdau, indecL Balaam, a man's

vAaiva. a

rofte

embroidered wit!

plains, level;

low,

encompasstd

palm

tree.

with

hills.

Ba0urAou<rtof,
-ou, 6,
j^,

(fr.

and BaOuirAouroj, same, and rAo
f],

f. mid. /Jj/o-o/jat, p atvo), or fiqpi, to move 8f0r]Ka, to go, walk, ;

a hold) a key ; also a bar, bolt. -ou, rd, a bath, bagnio. BaAarruy, -toy, Att. -uy, BaAavsw-

BaAav?ov,
TTJS,

march
enter

;

rich) very wealthy, opulent.
EoJuiro'Ae/iof,

same, and TrdA^o? war) deeply engages in great war, tur war, causing
-ou, b,
(fr.

proceed hold on, continue; t> nee, have being go about, live, move, per. mid. fifffaa, 3 pi. /?/?aa<rt
par.
/?
j

upon, begin;

to step, stride, stalk ; to

ti

and BaAovwr^y,

-ou, 6, (fr.

last) a keeper or

master of or a , servant attending in a bath; a

busy-body; curious,

inquisitive.

bulent, tumultuous.

3awy.

Or

(]f : 3aa,

Sac. is
(3f^r/Ka

Ba0u7rpwpo?, -ou, 6, i^,(fr. same, irflwort the prow) with deep or
lofty

and

by Sync, and Ion.

for

ByAav?70ayoy, -ou, 6, rj, (fr. fldXavos an acorn, and 0ayu, to eat) that eats or lives on acorns or mast.
Ba\av>/<f>6pos, -ou, 6, //, (fr. same, and <ptpn) to bear) bearing mast

prows ;

large, stately, lofty.
(fr.

Bafluirwywy,

-wvoj, o,

same,

per. ind. act. 2 a. act. ind. ifav impr. /?r/0r for which also {IdQi and fia' opt. J3atnv par. fids

or acorns, glandiferous.
f.

and
ed.

ffu-yajv

a beard) long-beard-

per. pass. (3ft3nuai, ft$auai,
/?e/?a<r/iai.

and BaAai/fo>,

-TW,

p.

-tica,

(fr.

same)

to

shake or gather

-^Eol. -ao, and BaOvppUTTis, -ou, and

Ba'tov,

see

/Jotf?.

Badvp'poo$,

and

pfij)

-ou, 6, ft, (fr. same, to flow) Jeep flowing,

Eaiov, (neut. of next) a little v:hile } for a while. ; little, but little,.
Baibs, -a, -dr, small, little ; brief, oncisc ; few ; one, but one.
Bat'?,

BaAavJy, -i5o$, and BaAai'/crav.; -/7y, a bath) a to//, (fr. @a\avetov
77za7i

deep rolling, deep heaving.
BaQvp'pifya, -a?,
fi,

(fr.

same, and
root.
(fr.

BaAai'oy,^*^,
bolt,

ffitlteeps or attends 6, acom or mast; a bar, latch ; a peg, ; a

pin

piga a root) rfep//i of Badvp'pifa, -ou, 6, fi,
deep-rooted.

same)

-,
;

-i',

(fr.

/3a0oj depth)

Ajg-A, to/i!y ; early ;

broad,

tive;
violent,

thick,

close,

dense;

kind of tree and of flsh; and ftatov, -ov, rb, a branch, rj, male glans ; a form of ,/: properly of the palm tree. Ba7r, or Bairn, ->?c, /, a Doric BaAavriov, and BaXXavno fr. word, a jaclxt of leather or sfa'/w, /3AA<i rb, (perhaps worn by shepherds ; a throw, and evrbs within) a smp ; skin or parchment. bag, haversack; a sack.
Ert?0<5po<r,

tJie

to

-ou, 6, (fr. /?a?y a palm 3a\avTioToutu, -w, f. -^ffw, (. lost, and Ttuvw to cut) to cut a rm:-se branch, and 0pw to carry) the ceremony or procession of olive pick the pocket; to flick, i and Pdvctav, or palm branches. raw?, /3a0iwv, BaAai/nord/ioy, -ou, 6, (fr. sams) a cutpurse, pickpocket ; a treasup. /?a0uraros and (idQiaros. atwi/, -oVoy, b, (perhaps fr. BaOvaKiof, -ou, 6, fi, (fr. last, and small) a fish. like a gudgeon; a surer, bursar. ffKia a shade) measure used at Alexandria. deep-shaded, shelJaAavwr??, -7/y, jj, (fr. jS^Acvoy an tered ; shady. Bdicavov, -ov, rb, radish or cabbage acorn) an oafc wood, forest.
; hidden, mysterious, profound, penetrating, sagacious ; comp.

overwhelming

'tied,

,

seed. BaOvartpvos, -ov, o, %, (fr. same, Ba\avff-iov, -ov, TO, the flower of and arlpvov the breast) the wild pomegranate. Bdicr)\o;, -ou, 6, a lubber, drone, broad-brsasted ; a wencher; a BaA/fty, -Mo?, fi, a rail, bar, startchested, stupid fellow; eunuch. wide, extensive. ing post; a goal or post at the beginning, comBa0u<rrpu)ro?, -OL 6, ';, (fr. same, BdKKapis, or Ba/c^apiy, -to?, Att. racing; and ffrp&vvvfjii to strew) deepmencement, outset. -wy, fi, a fragrant herb, lady's wild spikenard. B a A? and Bd\cv, Ion. for f/?,\, 3 strewn, covered or spread deeply ; glove,
1

.

*>ft.
. -ov, 6. .', , .,

(F.-.

..

same

BaKTtjpia,
,

bulrush) with rushes; tbrted with rushes.

tall

-ay, ft, BaKrfytov, and BUKTOOV, -ou, TO", a staff", stick, cniteh, walking staff", cane; a

sin. 2 a. pU -rr,
Ai'eiv, 2 a. inf.

act. aiso

BaAf, -ru, 2
:

pres. impr. act. Ion. and Poet.
act.

sceptre, rod.

(109)

BAM
inf.

BAP
Ion.
for

BAP
pickle)
to set

mid. BdAer', mid. 0a'ATO, 3 sin. 2 a.
act.

Ba///?at5w,

(fr.

/3a>/*

Bafor

for EpaXfrnv, 2 du. 2 MTTJV, Ion.
a. ind.

adulterate ; to sophisticate, -make look will, particularly (iff",

Bappapifa, -bit, pdppapog foreign)

f.

p.

-iica,

(fr.

man; to speak corruptly. Bd\n- Baupa^ifa, f. -I'CTW, p. -*a, to tremBdquiver with BappaptKbs, -TI, -dv, (fr. same) 6orble, shake, quake; tapiKOS, rai, 3 the lips, chatter with the teeth. nan, fo reign. Aw, -j,s, r,, 2 and 3 pi. -*,TC, 2 a. sub. act. BaAwv, Baftev, Ba//f, Dor. for p&ptv, 1 pi. BappapiK&s, (fr. last) like a fo-wo-j,
/3aAoP,
a. impr. mid. sin. 2 a. sub. mid.

BaAS, Dor.

meat, or food.

to live, act or ttfpeak as a foreigner or stranger ; to be any other than Greek or Ro-

2

2 a. sub. act. of /3>J/u for Palvu. d. pi. reigner, strangely. -ovaa, -bv, g. pi. -OVTUV, of /?dAAw. Ba'^a, -OTOS, TO, (tr. pd-T<a to dip) Bappaptffuds, -ov, b, (fr. /3dp/3apoj par. 2 a. act. a dye, stain, colour, hue; vineto foreign) a state of barbarity ; jSaAAw (fr. Ba\ibs, -d, bv, nimble; gar, brine, pickle; salted, or rudeness, want of manners; a throw) swift, fleet,
-ovffi,

pickled meat. foreign air; impropriety of speech, pyeballed ; dappled, speckled, barbarism. also blind, wanting sight. Bav, by Sync, and Ion. for iP^aav, 3 pi. 2 a. act. of jtff,/u for pVvu. and Ba'AA, Ion. for fj3aX\c, BapPapto-Ti, (fr. next) barbarously, Ba'AA', a 3 sin. impf. ind. act. savagely ; rudely, wildly ; like a EaAAeat, Bavavcia, -as, >/, (fr. Pdvavaog a mechanic art, craft, for Pd\*T), 2 sin. pres. sub. pass. foreigner. mechanic) 3 sin. pres. ind. act. labour, handywork ; ivant of Bdppapos, -ov, b, ft, barbarous, saBa'AAa, vage ; wild; rude, unpolished; manners, ignorance, an'! BdAAso, Ion. for Pd\\ov, pres. ness, rudeness, vulgarity. strange ; BaAAf'c-Krro, Ion. foreign, outlandish, impr. pass. not Greek or Roman. Ion. for BavavaiKbs, ->}, and Poet, and next) meepd\\c.To, 3 sin. impf. ind. mid.

BdXAfTo, -bv, (fr. chanical; mean, low, servile. Bappap6<bwvos, -ov, b, f), (fr. last, and <puv>i voice) using a foreign B'AAeTai, 3 sin. pres. ind. Bdvavaos, -ov, b, (fr. PUVVOS a furand avtD to kindle) one 3 sin. pres. sub. language or dialect, speaking nace, pass. BdAAfl, bad language. who works in a forge, a mechanic, act. BdAAwv, -outra, -ov, par. workman; Adj. mean, Bappapow -Cj, f. -tacu, p. -w/ca, (fr. nriislj pres. act. of j3u'AAo;.
I
I

BdXA7?o-a, Ion. for E/Sa'AA^ira, 1 a.

Ian; strvite, nilgai;
pi.
-ilr,

am

same)
to

ind.

act. of jSaAAi'w,

Poet, for BdvTes, n.

jSa'AAu.

mid. of pas, -daa, par. 2 a. of pupi for Paivw.

to make savage or brutal, deprave, corrupt ; to bring under a foreign yoke. Bappapdouai

to grow -oiifjiai, savage, degeneBaAA/gw, f. -jVw, (fr. /3AAa> to Bufj?, -joj, Att. -o>j, '/, (fr. pdfa rate ; to become wild, outrageous. to talk) fame, report, rumour; throw) tolling the legs, dance, a Bapdpws, (fr. same) barb' caper, frisk. talk, discourse, conversation ; inhumanely, brutally, savagely ; b, (fr. last) a response, oracle. -oC, BaAAjff/^j,-, without civilization, ignorantly f. -('era), dancing; leaping; movp. pcpdTTTiKit, (fr.

dance,

ing

to time.
1

BaitTtQb), PaTTTd) to dip)

to dip, to

immerse,

rudely.

pi.

pres. ind. act. pres. ->;, -ov, par.

cleanse, purify

BdXXovTa?,-XoiTEf, -Xo"vpass. TWV, BdAAouffttv, cases of par. 3 pi, act. Bd\\ovai, pres. pres. ind. act. of

to wash, Bp/?m', f. -leu, p. -uca,(fr. next) to play on or sing to the harp. baptize ; to depress, humble, ovtrwhelm. Ba-n- Bdpptros, -ov, b, and Bdppirov, to wasti one's -ov, TO, a harp, lyre. TJ'^OJUKI, self, to

immerge,

plunge;
;

bathe
1

BdAXw,

f.

jSaXw, p. pfp\rjKa, to cast,

faint, be dejected. BdpoiGTos, Poet, for cfiuTmca. impf. pass. $a7m<5p/i'. per. pass. /?e/3dir- Bapla, (neut. pi. cf Papvg heavy )
;

to sink,

a.

a,ct.

heavily, weightily, sorely, grin:ously. or Ion. for papsta. n Bdpct, d. sin. cont. Bdp??, pi. ablution ; purification : cont. of pdpos. push, thrust, dash, strike, hit, ^^^fang, wound; to cast, drop, shed; to yjffrtism; the cJiristian doctrine , Bcpr?a, n fem. ipiTa, n. Bapaai, n. pi. fem. reach, arrive at, attain to; to ^epth of affliction or distress, g. Baptjav, a. fem. or Dor. ;;:n. for d. -/<OTJ. draw over, cover: tv /?air-/c-jwi:Tos-, throw, or papzi&v, g. pi. fem. Baptts, n. pi. mas. cont. of induce, suggest, perw^Fk to lay Bd-Tio-jttos, -oP, 6, (fr. same) imPapvs. mersion in water, washing ; cere- BapdaBw, pres. impr. pass. cont. by, hoard, treasure up. BdAAo//at , monial purification.. of to be cast down, to throw one's
pelt, fling, hurl, aim, shoot, dart ; to pass beyond, ex-

throw,
cel,

Tjcruaf.

1

a. pass.

ipa~TicQrjv.
(fr.

1

a.

mid. ind. cpa-riffduijv.

surpass,

exceed;

to

butt,

BdiTTiirj.iti,

-TOf,

TO,

last)

i

a BapfW -w, f. ->7<ra>, p. pcpdprjKa, (fr. Pdpos weight) to burden, load, tions ; a baptistery, font. weigh down; to oppress, overimpf. i/?aXAov. 2 a. act. ind. sub. /?dAo>. BaTTTiarfis, -ov, b, (fr. same) a bapwhelm, overcome; to lay on, ipaXoV impr. Pd\' tizer ; a baptist. impose, charge. Bapta/tat -oP//aj, per. pass. Ptpinnai. pper. pass. to sink tpt&flprjv, 1 a. pass. ind. /?A^- Bairrbs, -r), bv, (fr. next) dipped; under, be oppressed, overstained i deep. 1 a. act. inf. P\ijdijcome. Qnv impr. 0\^6rrri.' tinged, epdprjo-a. per. vai. per. mid. plpo\a. BdrTW, f. -\l/<o, p. Ptpaipa, to dip, pass. Pepdprifjiai par. /8/3apmuvos. 1 a. pass./3ap^i;v. plunge, immerse ; to wash ; to BttAAwTr?, -ii$,f], the herb horchound. BaXoi/iij, -01 s, -01, act. wet, moisten, sprinkle ; to steep, Bapf'wc, (fr. Papvs heavy) heavily, Ba\oij.iijv, imbue ; to dye, stain, colour. -oio, -OLTO, mid. 2 a. opt. of weightily, severely, grievously. Bap, indecl. a son, the son of. Baptws, Att. forpaptos, g. of Papvs. BaAoTovzj, Dor. for Pa\ovaai, n. pi. Bapappas, -a, b, BaraLbas, a Bap9o\op.aios, ^ov, b, Bartholomew, fem. par. 2 a. a. of same. man's name. a man's name. Bdpaopov, -ov, TO. Att. litptQpov, a BdAo-a^oj/, -ou, TO, balsam, balm. deep hole at Athens into which BaAw, 1 f. act. BdAu^ai, 2 a. criminals were thrown, a deep sub. mid. BrfAw/uv, 1 pi. 2 a. sub. act. a chasm, ditch, trench; pit, BdAwv, 2 a. par. act. of jSa'AAw. a shore, drain; gulf, cleft; Dor. for /?j)/ia. ruin. extravagance, waste, E<fya, Bd^jSa, Dor. for j3d/^^a. BapaOpufas, -cos -ovs, Att. -EUJ,
self down, to lie, lean, recline; to Ba-Tio-T/jpiov, -ov, TO, (fr. vessel for bathing or cast in mind, ponder, meditate.

fm

same)

ablu-

'

Baupaivw,

to

stammer,

hesitate ; to

6,

rj,

(fr.

last)
i

deep,

yawning,
a

lisp; to babble, prate; to chatter with the teeth through fear,' quake, tremble.

tike

a gulf.
-ov,

Bapa%las,

Baraehias,

man's name.
(110)

BAP
Bop,
-EOS -ov$, ro, weight, heavi-

BA2

BAT
king, with royal grandly.
BaeriA?y, -'$oy,
>J,

BAT
augustly
Bars, Dor. for /^re, 2 impr. act. of j3ij/a for
pi.

BEB
2 a

state,

and
pleasant, agreeable ; humorous jocose; neat, fine, delicate. Bavvos, -ov, b, (perhaps fr. fiia.
violence, and avw to burn) a furnace, forge, a stove, hearth, chimney.
"Bataoeiv,

(fr.

and Baffi\iffffa, -rjs /Sao-tAojy a king) a queen
consort, princess.

BaTtvu,

f.

-ti(7w to copulate,

engen
/?a
pi

a royal

der. Spoken of the male, 3 Tcvoftai of the female.

Batrt\iffKos, -ov, b, (dim.

of same
lord
;
< (

a petty king,
serpent,

chief,

pres. ind. mid. flaTtvvrai, for fiaTevovTai. Also,

Sync

Barf'w, -w, f. ->/<rw, same as last pres. inf. act. cont. pass. fitzTc'iffOai. Bdaifios, -ov, b, ft, (fr. next) open, exposed, clear; pervious, passa- Bdrr/v, Dor. and Ion. for /?;/n;v 3 du. 2 a. act. of /3?//u for fialvii) ble; accessible; approached, arbasilisk, cockatrice;

Dor.

for

fiavfyiv, pres.

wren.

Ba</>aiy, -toy, Att. -ruy, 6, (fr. (idnTU) to dip) a dyer.
Ba<f>r),
-fjs,
ft,

(fr.

same) dipping,

immersion ; tempering ; dying ; BaTrip, -rjpos, b, (fr. /3aiVw to go a goer, walker ; a post or goal at a colour, tinge, hue. steady, fixed, firm. races ; the threshold, entrance. Bdo-ts, -to?, Att. -wy, ft, (fr. (laivw Bdtyas, par. Bdi^w, -^y, -/, 1 a. to go) a gait, movement, walk ; sub. act. of same. m/ptoy, -a, -ov, (fr. same) scalerived
at,

attained

to;

stable,

JdAAw, and B^AAw, f. -Aw, p. f/3member of a pillar ; a pedestal ; ca\Ka, to milk ; to suck, imbibe. vessel, cup, goblet. a prop, shore, buttress, sup- Bdroy, -ov, fj, (perhaps fr. ftia vio- B<5AAa, -ay, f], (fr. last) a leech, horseleech ; a bloodsucker. port. lence, and drw to hurt) a bush thorn, bramble. BdaV, for ftdffKt, pres. impr. ol k'AAfwv, Ion. for jS^'AAwv, g. pi of last. , -ov, 6, a bath; a Hebre,. f. measure of liquids, the tenth BoVAAiov, -ov, rb, and B^fAAa, -ay, t, -avu>, p. -ayKa, and j**v of a homer, equal to an ephah I. -Iffb)* Att. -iQ, n.\A,Vly>) , >l, Bdellium, a tree of Arabia, about seven gallons and a half. also the gum from it ; according (perhaps fr. <j>dcric<a to say, and to others a pearl. alvos dreadful. fr. a Boroy, -/), -ov, (fr. /3atVw to Or, 0d(ny look or an pervious, passable, accessible. expression, and Kaivia &i\vyna, -aros, rb, and B^AvyiTidKrj, -TJS,
it,

a step, footstep, track, trace ; the sole, the foot ; a foundation, basis ; the base, foot, or lower

able, accessible.

Bdw,
jSdroy.

obs. from

whence

/Jffyit

for

Bar/a, -ay,

/,

same as

a kind of drinking

to

kill)

to

bewitch, fascinate,
to

>aTpaxo[jivo[ia%ia, -as,

ft,

(fr. (3d-

fibs,

-ov, b,

(fr.

poe^vcffo/jLai

to

charm, enchant;
ind.

envy, grudge; to 1 a. accuse, charge, blame.

@daKT)va. Kavov.
Bao-Kavla, -as,
nation,
f],

2

a. act.

tfida-

Tpa%os a frog, pi's a mouse, anc a battle) the war of the lid^r] frogs and the mice ; a mock heroic

abominate) an abomination unclean

ment

;

thing ; impurity, defilefoulness, filth ; stink,
-fi,

poem by Homer.

stench.

(fr.

last) fasci-

witchcraft,

a

charm;

envy, grudge; malice, slander,

idrpa^oy, -ov, 6, (perhaps fr. /?odw to cry, and Tpa%tMs hoarsely) frog ; a disease in the lower part

'O&yKTos, minable,

-bv, (fr.

same)

afio-

vile,

impure, unclean;

foul, defiling.

calumny.
Bdo-Kavos, -ov,
b,
17,

of the tongue.
(fr.

same)

be-

UTTapifa,

f.

-t'o-w,

witcldng, using charms ; envious, spiteful; malicious, slanderous. Bao'/cdvo)?, (fr. enviously, last) spitefully, maliciously. Bdo-KM, Poet, for /JaiVu>, to hasten,
speed, -despatch. Bao-ovpai, in 3 pi. Baaovvrai, JEol. for 1 f. mid. of
P/io-opai, for (iaivta.
>/,

Battus)
tate ;
to

to lisp,

Bdrroy stammer, hesi(fr.

B8e\vpbs, -pd, -pbv, (fr. same) impure, foul, filthy; wicked,
vicious,
less.
,

bad; impudent, shame-

talk nonsense,
f.

babble,

prate.

arroAoy'to -5,
Ady>;Ka,
(fr.

-tfffu, p.

0t(3aro-

uai, p. -tl3Sf\vyfiai,

and -vrrouat, f. -%o(fr. 0ctw to
to

same, and Adyoy

break wind)

abominate, exe;

(3rj^i

discourse) to stammer, stutter; to speak foolishly, prate, babble ; to blab ; to repeat idly, use vain
repetitions.
1 a. act.

crate; to hate, detest, abhor
self,
1 a.

to

loathe, nauseate; to defile one's

be impure

;

to stink,

befoul.

ind. eftar-

mid. f,^oe.\v^dfinv. par. per.

Dor. for P^wa. pass. /3(5Avy/u'voy. Bao-adpa, -as, and Bao-ffdpr], -ns, >h Bot\vac6pvos, -t], -ov, par. pres. pl. J3aTTO\oyrjariT. a kind of shoe; a harlot; a vixen, BarroAoy/a, -ay, >^, (fr. same) vain pass, of last. Bold) -w, f. -jaw, and -eau, to break fox. repetition, tautology; hesitation, wind. Bdoray/ia, -aroy, rb, (fr. next) a stammering, a discharge load, burden. idrros, -ov, b, Battus, a prince of 3<5dAoy, -ov, 6, (fr. last) the Cyrenians who stammered of wind from the body ; a crack, Baorda>, f. -<ru>, and Dor. -o>, p. smell. from fidta also a silly Poet ; a stammerer, /?/3dffTaKa, (perhaps crash, clap ; stink, to go, and <rrdu to be stutterer; an idle talker, chat- Be, a particle denoting privation, firm) to bear a or separation. weight, to carry a burterer, babbler. den to balance, poise, in 3 pi. B/?da<n, per. mid. sustain, 5orvA>7, ->7y, fj, a dwarf, a small MBaa,
Bdo-ffa, ~as,
; ;

support;

to

tinize ; to suffer,

weigh, examine, scruendure ; to take
to

woman.
5drw, 3 sin. of (tddi for j8iJ0i, 2 a. impr. act. of /?5y/u for ftaivw. av(3du -5, f. -fiddi, p. -r]Ka, (fr. next) to sleep, doze; to put to sleep, quiet, hush, lull. av/?a>, -6os -ovs, f], Baubo, the nurse of Ceres.
or

B/?da>y, par. of /8^/, for
tflaios, -ov, b, %,

/3a/vo>.

(perhaps

up, carry ; to carry clear
to

take up,
off,

lift,

raise;

for (3rjui,

(3alv<i>

bury,

inter.

destroy, deface ; 1 a. act. ind.
1

steadfast,

steady,

/3dw to go) firm, fixed; sure,
last-

fr.

trusty, faithful;
solid,

cojistant,

ing, durable ; strong, able ; hard,

Bd<7w/m', Dor.
1

for

/3>/<rw/xn,

pi.

comp.

peftaidrepos, sup.
(fr. last)^?rrr^;

a. sub. of

#dw
(fr.

for f3aivu>.

-draroy.
tfaidTtis, -rjTos,
f],

BaraX/opat,
like
to

Batalos ; to be effeminate, delicate.

Onomat. next) to behave Bai5u>, f. -fw , p. -j(a. act indecorously ; to to lament, cry bark, bay ;
over.

ness, steadiness, stability

sound-

ness,stre7igth, solidity; cons fail'

BdraAos, -ov, b, Batalos, a debauched musician of Ephesus;

or

avdu

-w,

(fr. ffavicbs

to

doze)

to

pleasant sing to
vessel,

cy, continuance, durability.

womanish,
a catamite.

delicate,

effeminate ;

sleep, sooth, lull ; to tickle, please.

cont. par. j/?atot5//voy, PatovoQai, cont. pres. inf. pass. of
~/3aidw -w,
(fr.
f.

B-

EavKa\ia, -as,

f],

a drinking

-(Sera.

1

,

p.

PtflaMKa,

Bardvjov, -ou, TO, (.<Eol. for irardvioy, d;ta. of Ttardvn a plate) a

cup, goblet. vKahiov, -ov,

same)
to

to

strengthen, fortify,

deep

d'.J., caucer, plate.

mouthed

TO, vessel, bottle.

a

narrow-

secure;

confirm, establish, keep,
to verify, ajfirm.

maintain ;

(112)

BEB
i.

BEA
Bffipcypat, per. pass.
Kiftpeyfti-

BH(->

c/JE/J/u'cixra. pros, u

nocadai-oT'odai. per.j
/?/Ja*w//af.
Lf/Sa/ujj, (fr.
1

a. pas-.

same) Jirmly, strongsecurely
;

ly ;

safely,

with due

upon examination. Btpaiwats, -UK, Att. -wj, :ios firm) a ttrcnutiisearch,

>?,

(fr.

confirmation,
Jir,,.

carroboration
.

;

;

certainty,

security.

Bf'frzKa/BE/Ja/twj,
<ca,

Dor. for and fa^nti and Ion. Bifiaptv, Sync, 1 at. or pi. per. /30/*ea/iv,
per.
act.
inf.

for

for

fafafvai, per.
ftacrav,

mid.

Bl-

Sync,

for tptfiaKeiaav, for

for (icfidetffav, Ion. 3 pi. pper. act.

B/?ou>f, par. per. mid. or Ion. /?/37KW5, par. of
act.

per.

BE^KSIV, -?,

-

pper. act. of (iTi/ii for /3a/vw. Bf/3aXof, Dor. for flf0n\o$.
Bf(3annlvos, -n, -ov, par. per. pass.
Befiapriufvos,

par. per. Bepapnias, Ion. for / par. per. act. of ^optw.
(Jd-rrrw.
i/,

BfjSa^a, per. act. of
Bf[3ri\os, -ov, 6,

(fr. /?

priv.

and

threshold) excluded, excommunicated ; profane, unhallowed, common, vulgar ; impious, irreligious, wicked, bad.
Xuxco, (fr. last)
lute,
to profane, polcontaminate, pervert to bad

/?/Xof the

use.

1 a. act.

Bc/fr?Xa><nf| -105,

Att.

E/^/^Auo -w?,

same) profanation, contaminaabuse of holy tion, pollution,
things.
BejSiafffifvus, (fr. /?/?<oc/*fVof, par.

per. pass, of /?o<j to force) by force or compulsion, unwillingly.

Bf/3/?Ka,

Be/T per. act. par. per. pass, of pidu.

Btpiufiai, -<rat, -Tat, per. |3u>//fvo5, par. pass, of ftidw.
Bf/3Xo|3o, per. mid.
per. pass.

B-

Bf'/'Aa/ip.

Bi(i^a<pa, per. act

B/3Xo'o-TJ7ca, per. ind. act. of /JAaer-

Btl3\nai, Ion. for 0e/?Xij<rai, 2 sin. and B/?XVOTO, Ion. for ^i^\rrv-

3 pi. per. pass. Be/JXtfa, Ion. for tfi($\nvTo, 3 pi. pper. pass. Bf/?X;Ka,-a5,-,per. act. ' BljSXijwi, Ion. for
rai,

3

sin. pper. act.

E
,,...
,

g. sin. par. per. act.
-<roi, -TOJ,

per. pass.

Bc0XtyiBE-

vos,

-77,

-ov, per. par. pass.

(frfic&ai, per. bf. pass. of /JoXXu "Btfioriarai, Ion. for fafidnvTai
pi. per. pass, of /3oow. B/?oX)?aTa(, Ion. for $t$6\nvTai, 3 Be/foXr/oro, Ion pi. per. pass.

for tfit&6\nvTo,

3

pi.

pper. pass

Bt^oXq/ilvof, par. per. pas

of /JoAfw,

for jSaXXw.

Bf/?oi'Xa, per. mid. B/3ot5Xa'^a(, ind.
inf.

of (Sofaopai.
B#ot>Ai;ff0<

per. pass, of /?ouXEvu. B/?pf, and Bf/i/Spaj, Att. for

^u

BIA
a,
/,

BIB
the will of,
in
s^/itr of,

BIT
unwillscroll, bill, billet ;

Heb. a pool near Jeru-

deed, writing
(fr. last,

;

salem, Bethesda, i. e. the house ingly. of mercy. BIO^EO, Ion. Btdfyv, Dor. for /3taou, pres. impr. mid. B)0i, 2 a. impr. of /%<. Dor. (3ddt, 3 sin. pres. ind. mid. of by Apoc. fid.

account, schedule.
Bi/?AioffwA>7ff, -ou,
6,

and

rwAf'w to sell) a bookseller.
B</3Aio0dpoj, -ov, 6, (fr. same, o $fpu to

and

a hawker of books, bookseller; a of bread. force, urge; to endeavour, lamessenger, delegate. B-lQaaida, and BijOca'ioav, indecl. a bour, strive ; to assault, offer vio- Bij3Aio0uAaKtov, -ou, T^, (fr. same, Hebrew city, Eng. Bethsaida, and ^uAaVtrw to keep) a lence, ravish ; to take forcibly ; to library, i. e. the abode of the flshermen. bookcase. fall upon, depress, dispirit; to op-rjs, 17, a Hebrew town, press, crush, overwhelm; to enBrie<f>ay>i, slave, subdue. 1 a. mid. cpiacdpriv. Bethphage, i. e. the place of tlie Egyptian reed papyrus, inner bark of certain trees ; a early Jigs. Elaios, -a, -ov, and -ou, 6, ^, (fr. volume, vfkr-mr-nt ; Bj//ca, and BrjKta, -tav, ra, (fr. /?>/ same) violent, urgent, book; a catalogue, account, re-

B0Af//, indecl. a Hebrew town, Eiaa>, and BIO'GJ, f. -ac-w, \ KU, (fr. (3ta strength) to compel, Eng. Bethlehem, i. e. the house

carry)

letter-carrier;

baa) sheep,
BS?Aoj, -ou, 6, of a river.

the bleating flock.

injurious,

name of a man

;

and

strained, compelled,

wrongful ; forced, comp. /Jioj;

,

history.

cw,
;,

same as

/?pwo-/cw.

dripos, sup. -oVaTCf.
Btaj'wj, (fr. last) violently

Dor.

for ftiovvres, n. pi.

B^Xo?, -ov,

fully ; by fores. of/? 1(5a). and sometimes the lin- Bidov -to, j&a&dw -uo-0w, pres. Blrj, -775, fi, Ion. for j9 "BidtcQai -acOai, Poet, for jS/p, d. sin. of a door ; a door, passage, impr. mid. entrance ; a house, temple, resipres. inf. mid. or pass, of /?taw, Birjadfjirji', -w, -aro, Ion 10 a palace, court. same as /3mw. 1 a. mid. of dence; ji7v, /?ta'w. B^a, -aroj, rd, (fr. jgjfyu to go) a Biap^oj, -ou, 6, (fr. /?/oj life, and Btfluv.'a, -aj, >% Bithynia, a counsep, stoiV ; a footstep, track, vestry in Asia Minor. ap%o$ chief) a butler, steward. tige ; footing, worn to stand ; a Biacrris, -ov, o, (fr. /?/ force) a BtKtov, -ov, TO, the herb vetch, tribunal, judgment-seat, bench, violator, abuser, ravisher ; an asvetches, tares. throne, d. sin. firman . sailant, invader ; one who forci- Biiciov, and BiKiStov, -ov, TO, (dim. and Poet, for (Irjvai, of next) a little pitcher, jug. ~Bi'lHf.vai, Dor. bly presses or thrusts. 2 a. inf. of Btaras, Dor. for BIOTAS, -ov, b, Bfaos, -ov b, a water-can, pitcher,
threshold,
tel

(perhaps fr. /??;/ to pass, and \iav very much) the
6,

wrong-

m.

of.

/?5a>v -wv, par. pres. act.

B^i,

(fr. /?a'w

obs. to go)

paivu, which takes parts from it.

same as last. same as some of its Btaw, f. -dVw, and ->;crw, p. /?(tiaica, and -rjKa, same as (3<a'w.
per.

Bivitii

BVV,
B^f,

|%,

09i Ion. for

Btjvat,
(3rjxbs,

2
/,

a. inf.

I/V, 2 a. ind. of last. a cough, coughing.

pass.

ind.

/3ej9ttyioC

par.

pot with handles, jar. -w, f. -fjau), p. ^/3/v?7/ca, to come or go in, enter ; to come or go together, meet ; to couple ; to

commit fornication. Bivlouat -ovto go)
to
'w, f. -dffu>, p. -a*ca, (fr. to set on, to

ftalvw
to

fjtai,

to prostitute.

Bfjp, -JJpy?, TO, Ion. for fap.

make

mount;

Bio?,

3

sin. cont. pres. ind. or opt.
f.

a mantle; a soldier's cloak; a priest's robe. B^puAAo?, -ov, b, and -AAtov, -ou, ro, a beryl, precious stone.
BSJpos-,

go up, ascend; come or go, bring,
to

to

cause

of/?i<5w.

take, intro-

BtoAoyfw -w,

-77<7W,

p. -tjKa, (fr.

duce ;

admit,

let

in.
/?/-

Bi/?aj, -ao-a, -ii>, pres. par. of

B*7<ra/*vo?, par. of e^ri^d^riv, 1 a. mid. Bf/o-a, -a?, -, Ion. for BiftdcrOw, same as, ffirjaa, 1 a. act. /?aw -w, and Bi^pi, B>/o-cr0aj, inf.

next, and A<5yo? an account) to write the life of; to record, celebrate, par. pres. pass. /StoAoyou-

f.

/?</?aVw, Bt'oj, -ou, 6, (fr.

0la strength)

life,

of B>J(7o^aj, 1 f. mid. Biyo-u, -aj, -a, 1 pi. faaofitv, 1 f. act. of |3<fo or pjjpi for j&m-w.
BJjo-av, Ion.

and

in

compos, by Sync, and
to

Cras.
stalk ;

/3i/3w,

go, walk, stride, mount, ascend, par.

to

existence ; mode of life, conduct in life; subsistence, liveli-

hood,

food

;

property, substance,

for efavav, 3 pi. 2 a. goods ; mankind, the human pres. act. cont. |3(/?wv, and /&ind. act. of /Jafvu. race, the world. /3as. 1 a. ind. act. sfitBaea. 1 a. 1 f. mid. of or /3aiVw. ind. pass. e/3i@dff6riv. 1. f. ind. Bid;, -ov, b, (fr. same) a bow, bow/%t B7<ro//ai, mid. Pipdaopai. 1 a. ind. mid. It is used Poet, as a present string. tense ; impf. ifaad^v^ and Ion. Biorevw, f. -aVw, (fr. 48/0; life) to and Ei^Aa'piov, -ov, see last. live, lead life. B^ffd/yjjv, -ou, -fro, Btorcvaris, 2 sin. Bi{}\apiciov, a book) a 1 a. sub. act. BJJffoj, -05, -ou?, ro, (fr. next) a TO, (dim. of (StjSAtov
valley, glen.
Brjffffa, -??, ^,
(fr. /Safoa;

trifling worthless book, ballad.

Biorfi,

TI$, -17,

and

Bi6rrjs, -TITOS,

17",

glen, valley; cover for beasts ; a wilderness, Bt/?A((5<ov, -ov, TO, (dim. of
hollow,

to go) a a haunt,

Bt/JAia, -wv, ra, (neut. of same) the books, Holy Scriptures, Bible.

same as
iortKbs, ,
I'OTO?,

/?foj.

-ri, -f/,

-bv,

same as
,

same)

-ou, 6,

P'oet.

woodland, waste; a plain, lawn,
sheep walk. d.
for ftr/wais.
pi. j8v<ro->?j,

Ion.

B7<ro7/t5,

-satra,

-ev,
;

(fr.

last)

woody, wild, waste
Bivo-ffo)

hollow.
(fr.

Biow, act. Btoi5<70ttj, pass. pres. inf. cont. of /?<Jw. Wtvos, -n, -ov, (fr. /W/JAos the papyrus) made of, like, or con- Eiouf, -ovffa, -bv, par. of tfiiwv, 2 a. act. of/?<'w/n for /?idw. cerning the papyrus; like or about a sheet or book. Also, BJ- Bio<j>86po<;, -ov, b, f,, (fr. 0fof life,
little

a

book, small volume.

or -TTCO,
to

f.

-w,
(fr.

/3jf

a

cough)

cough.
/?}/

jSAivoj, viz. otVo?, wine made of the Thracian grape called /?<j8Aia.
(fr. /?i/?A/oi>

and

d>0('pw to corrupt) injurious
f.

to life ; baneful, destructive.

BjjTopjuo'j, -ou, 6,

to go, B(/?A<oypa0<a, -as, % }

Bi<5w -w,
1

-wo-w, p. /?/?/&/*:a, (fr.
to live, exist, lead

adapt) dancing; dance in regular steps ; the Pyrrhic dance.

and

apu

to

a book, and ypa</>w to write) the writing of books, composition,

/?i'oj life)

a

life.

a.

act.

ind. t&i(*>aa- inf. /?ia>1

Bjjrap/iwv,

-ovo?,

5,

(fr.

last)

dancer,
Bnrrjv, Ion. for e^Trjv, see
(irjv.

compilation. a Bij3A<oypa0o?, -ou, b, (fr. same) a writer of books, author; a copier, bookseller, librarian.
Bifl\ioQfJKT), -;?,
ridrj/jii
fi,

f. per. pass. )?/3^w^a. mid. /3(wcro^ai. 1 a. mid. /3t(oIt forms other tenses ffdfjiriv.

irai.

from (Hupi, which see.
Bicr/cdf, -ov, b,

Bfe, -aj,

!j,

force, strength,

power ;
efficacy,

(fr.

same, and
paper)

JEo\. for

fdj.
<^ic

vigour,
Irr>f,e.

vehemence
Bfa,
d.

;

to lay upS

a

library, study.

energy; bravery, courage;
sin.

vio- Bi/3Ai'ov, -ou, rb, (fr. /?i/?Aof

BiVojv, or B/O-TCOV, -ovos, 6, son, a kind of wild ox.
/?,

6i-

against

a

feoofc,

roW, volume

;

a shrtt^ BiTtva, -??,

same as

ftlKots.

(114)

BAA
Biw'/v, Att. for fttoiqv,

BAE
2
a. opt.

of

BOH
UA(,
continually, constantly,
in-

BO2

BOX
,

BOX
aii-os, 6,
tffe
;

BOX
2
sin.

impr.

B6cKf.iv, inf. pres.

act.

of (l6aKo>.
-a>of, rd,
(fr.

mour
tfoV/cu to
pi.

in the groin

groin ; a tusuch a one in

pres. sub.

act.

of Bov-

AVO>.

I<7/c7?ua,

any

part.

BovAsv/m, -Sros, rb,
advice
tion.
;

(fr.

0ovAV
;

feed) a beast, cow, sheep; catt/e : pasture, pasturage
offKTjffciaQe,

Eovyai'oj, -ov, &, % (fr. ftov intens. andyaia earth, or ya<u> to boast)
large, gross, unwieldy, sluggish;

to consult) deliberation

counsel,

a design, purpose, inten-

Dor.

for

2

pi.

1

f.

mid.
-ios,

turgid, swollen; boastful, vainAtt.
,

(fr.

BovrvAevo-eu, 1 a. impr. mid. \tvadvri, d. sin. and BovAevadv-

same)

a

feeding,

pasturing , BovyAw<ro-ov, -ov,
ffo?,

V/covn, Dor. for p6anovai,-S
pres. ind. act. of

pi.

rb, and Bov'yAwa(ioiJs an ox, and a tongue) an herb, 60yAwo-o-a

T,

n. du. par. 1. a. act

Bov-

-ov, 6, (fr.

\tvffsv, Ion. for /3ovAvc-, 3 sin. ind. and BovAricT;, 3 sin. sub.
1

or BoffKtu)
to feed,

-5, f. -j/aw, p. >7Ka, (fr. /rdw, obs. to feed)
pasture, .graze
f.

;

rage, bugloss ; the solejish. and Bcvtopos, -ov, b, ^, (fr. same, clou to excoriate) galling to to tend, oa'tn, fermenting, irr
1 a.

a. act.

of jSovAriiw.
-ios,

jvAn-c-is,

Att.

-uj,

fj,

(fr.

/3ovAvw

to consult) consultation, deliberation, meditation; a plot.

hard. I

Bovdvffia, -ay, fi, (fr. same, BovAnm/piov, -ov, rb, (fr. same) a to sacrifice) an offering of oxen ; court, hall, senate-house. BovArvTTjj, -ov, b, fr. same) a COTWsacrifice of black cattle. act. e06oKriffa, per. pass. $e($6a- BovKalos, BOVKOS, and Dor. BWKOJ, sellor, senator, adviser. 1 f. a herdsman, Bov\cvriKbs,-ti, -bv, (fr. same) sepass. Poaiaidriaopai. Kripai. -*ov, 6, (fr. same)
/3dcra>,

and 0wau.

and

ifiuaa, per.
(fr.

jfo'/Jo/ta,

,

0<5, obs.)

1 a.

BoViropov, -OD, rd,

an Indian plant

shepherd, reaper, labourer, rustic.

natorial,

relating to

a senate or

council; consulted, asked or applied to for advice; prudent, BovKtvrpov, -ov, rb, (fr. same, and wise, sage; subs, a counsellor, 6, '(perhaps fr. /?<5rpu? a cluster) Ktirpov a point) an ox-goad. a curl, ringlet, lock, of hair ; the patron. BovKepus -<i>, and -tares, 6, fj, (fr hair. and Ktoas a horn) with the ovAfVToj, -ov, b, //, (fr. same) consame, Heb, indecl. Bosor, the horns of an ox, homed. sulted, df liberated, weighed; deBoo-aip, name of a man who was alsojBov/coAew -w, f. ->/<7u>, (fr. same, creed, enacted. called Boty, Beor, Eng. Peor. to feed or and KO\OV food) BovAfvw, f. -riJo-w, p. flf/3ov\tvKa, (fr. ,3ovAJ) design) to deliberate, Bora, -wv, ra, (pi. of /3orov a herd) cattle; to graze, pasture, rear,
fruit.

and

cattle, kine.

Bordvri,

-ijs,

fj,

(fr.

0orbs food)

grass, Iierbage, pasture, feeding for cattle; the study of herbs, bo-

herd; to milk, make profit of, gain a livelihood by cattle; to soothe,fatlcr, decoy ; to like, pursue,

consult ; to meditate, ponder, replot,
1 a.

volve; to ask advice; to devise, plan; to determine, pur"
1

attend to

any

object.

pose, decree.

a. act.

tany.
-bv, (fr. last) relating Boraviicbs, to herbs, botanical ; subs. s bota-f),

pres. act. l3ovKo\iti)v, d. sir

mid.
',

Ion. for /SovAwv, g. pi. of

nist.

Bordvtov, -ov, a small herb.
Bor)p,-7fy)oj, /3du to feed)

TO",

(dim. of same)

(fr. last) a herd BovA/;, -rjs, -i/, the will, determinai}, design, purpose, decree, of cattle ; care of or attendance tion, on cattle. counsel; a council, senate; a council-chamber, court. BovKoA(d^u), and Dor. BwaroAid

BovKoMa, -?,

and BOTJJS, -ov, b, (fr. a shepherd, herds(fr.

or Ew/coAtoWw,
to (fr. last)

f.

-dffij),

or

-

s>*/,

man.
Boris, -iSos, herdess.
i),

compose, play or sing 7 pastorals; to lead a shepherd s
life.

same) a shepa./2ocfc,

Bovico\iaar bs,
the singing

-ov,

b,

(fr.

same)
;

Bov\rjai, Ion. for /SovA;; Att. /JovAn, 2 sin. pres. ind. mid. BovA)?Qdrjv, 1 a. opt. pass. Be dels, par. 1 a. pass. la. sub. pass. ,;_ -jjs, -y,
T<(,

Borbv, -oD, rb, (fr. same) 7 ^era ; cattle, sheep, kine.
Borbs, -ov,
b, (fr.

pastoral music or composition

3

sin.

pres. sub. pass, of

and Juncing of shep-ov, 6, (fr.

BovA7//M, -arcs, TO, (fr. @ov\ouai to will) will, pleasure, choice; denourishment, aliment. composer ofpastorals, rural poet, termination, decree, judgment; of jSdrpy rustic musician. putpose, design, d. sin. /?oi/A)7Borpvoiov, -ov, rb, (dim. a cluster) a little bunch. BovKo^iKosi-fi,-bv, (fr. same) relating to the care of cattle ; pasto- Bov\jjaiv, and BovAj)o-(, Ion. for Borpvcbv, (fr. same) by clusters, in

fodder; food,

same) provender, meat; support, BovKoAiaorn?,

herds or rustics.

same) a

bunches, heaps. ral, rustic. jSovAu??, d. pi. of p'ov\f;. Borpvoeis, -taaa, -ev, (fr. same) BovKoAtov, -ov, TO, and -05, -ov, 6, Bov^ijais, -10;, Att. -<uf, i/, same a herd of cuttle, flock. as /?oi'A7/ia. clustering, in bunches, that bears (fr. same) fruit in clusters. BovKo^iffftbs, -ov, b, (fr. same) a BovA^Tt^oj, -rj,-bv, (fr. /3ovAr/ will) -aW, o, //, (fr. same, shepherd's song, pastoral, bucolic, willing, voluntary; purposely, Borpv6irai$, and ra?j a child) the parent eclogue. intentional, designed. stock, father of clusters ; the vine. BovK6\ns, and Dor. BuKoAoj, -ov, BovA^TOf, -ov, b, /, (fr. same) willa 6, (perhaps fr. sdros same) B6rpvs, -t'Of, (fr. 6, cowherd, sJieped, determined, decreed ; designto flow) a bunch, grapes, ivy berries, in pi. pirpves, j36rpvas are contracted

drink,

und piu
;

herd ; a clown, rustic.
,

f! ed, purposed, consulted, a

clusttr

-w,

6,

Dor.

for /JovAj/-

into $6rpvsBov, an intc:isive particle. Poet, ibr 0o4 St g. sin. Bo5,
/3oCf.

BovAau -w,
to

(fr. )3oD

intens.

and

BovAj/^dpoj, -ov, b,>i, (fr. same, and to bring) advising, direct0f'po) <u\>s. a counsellor Aau>
.

desire)

obs.

see povXopai,

BovAi//ia'o> -a;,
/3ov intens.

f.

-<rw,

of

which borrows some parts from
it.

and

p. -axa, (fr. to A//;o? hunger)

starve, suffer great hunger, perish

Bov/3aAoj, -cv,

and BovQa\is, BovAozi, Ion. from the ancient /3ovwith u-ant. and BovAt^ia, -as, -icos, fi, (fr. /3ouj an ox) a wild Atow, and BovAa, Att. for /^ovA;;, )v\ip.os, -ov, b, bull or wild cow ; a buffalo. 2 sin. pres. ind. mid. f h (fr. same) violent hunger, BovAw, 'on ; famine, dearth. Ion. for /3ovAov, pres. impr. mid. Bu/3dros, -a, Dor. for /3ovj3oV7j, -ov, 6, (fr. same) a cowherd. BovAer', Ion. for [lov\tro, 3 BovXoiro, 3 sin. pres. opt. mid. or sin. impf. ind. Bovj3puo-is BovAo>vo?, par. pres. mid. of Bovj3pa><m$, -to?, Att. - uf , ^, (fr. /Sou intens. and Ion. and Poet, for BovAo/iat, f. -t'lffouai, p./3^ot5A>///ai,
6,

fip&fflS

f(Xxl)

/(!/

par. pres. mid. of /3ov cOa, l)v Pa.ra. fo

(fr.

please

fiovln counsel) to wish, n-ill, ; to design, determine, dr-

(117)

son
orec; to desire, prefer; to favour, befriend, espouse. 2 sin. jSotfXet, Att. J3o%ai, Poet.
/JouAfai, Ion.
-ys,
-wf/i,

BPA
-TI,

BPE
for

Att.

fiodoip

pres. for /SouAp. pres ind. opt. mid. ftov\otiJiT)v. impf.

pres. opt. act. Botafievog cont. of ftoa6i>.vog , par. pres.mid. Bo'wv, Ion. for /3<5o)v, 3 pi. impf. hid. act. BoGJaris, BoSJv-

cont. comp. or /?pa<5u>pos, jSpa^'wv pdaauv, sup. /3pa&5raToj, ftpadiffTOf. h pa&vTTjg, -r/ros, f (fr. last) *Zo>. ness, tardiness ; dulness, stupidit

lent. n. pi.

j3ovAfy;v, and n(iov\6[jLr)v, pass. /3ouA?/07v, and r//?oumid. /Jf/3ouAa. A>?0>7V, Att. per.

Att

Tj, -GJvrog, -wvrwv, cont. cases
of Boawj'
-lav,

;

indolence, laziness,

a.

sin.

1 a.

par. pres. act.

ment ; to be hot; to rage, fret, Bow/, g. pi. of jSouj. fume, BouAos, -ou, 6, M*s, puddings used EowTts, -t^oj, ?/, (fr. /Sous an ox, and w^ the eye) with eyes like a Bpaflu, -vog, TO, the herb savin. to make sausages. an ox, cow, ox-eyed; with full, round, BpdKuvov, -ov, TO, wild kale or coleBouAuTfo, -ou, 6, (fr. /Sous wort. dark eyes. and Auto to loose) loosing-time, Bocorfw -w, f. -?7<rw, p. -jyxa, (fr. Bpa/coy, -tog -ovg, TO, and Bpdica, evening. a. sin. of j3ov$. and w0f w to drive) *o dn'ue -ag, {/, a covering for the nakedsame, Bovv, and Bouv/?pov, oa:en as in a plough, plough, till, ness, breeches, trowsers. Bouv/3poj, -ou, 6,
intens. -ou, TO, (fr. j8o5

1 f. ind. mid. j3ov\rjaonai. per ind. pass. /3/3ouA7/m(.

pi.

Bowvrt,is also Dor. for/3ow<n, 3 Epa'^w and BpaVcrw, f. -acrw, to or d. pi. par. pres, act. of /3oaw. /<oi/, bubble ; to work, froth, fer-

and v/3pos

a fawn) a large fawn or /tmd.

labour, cultivate, pres. inf. act. fiourtiv, cont.

Bpaa6elg, par. of zfipaffOriv, pass, of flpdfa or /SpdVcrw.
TO,

1

a.

Bouv<w,
fiovvbg

f. -/o-co,

p. fapovviKu, (fr.
<o

a

hill)

raise,

gather,
(fr. last,

Bowr7?, -ou, Aera, herdsman, ploughman ; the
6,
(fr.

same) a cowv Bpdffpa, -aTog,
ing,
heat,

and

-ou, b, (fr. j8pau> to boil)

Bpa<rju5j, a boil-

heap up.
Bowoeiofig, -fos-ou?,
6,
/?,

constellation called Bootes,

tophylax, and

the

and

t<5oj

likeness) /ii%,

moun-

tainous, steep, craggy. an ox, Bovvofiog, -ou, 6, //, (fr. /Sous to pasture) pastured, and
vf[jn>)

oaftda, -as, fj, (fr. pire) the management,

ArcPloughman, an um/?pa/3uy

bubbling ;

warmth;
Ion. for

a^,

fermentation ; rage, vehemence. f^pa^c, impf. act.

fed or grazed by
ble, rich, fertile,

cattle ; pasturapasturing^ graz-

conduct, " of j3pd%w. regulation of public games ; the >a%f'a, ~<i)v, TO, (neut. of/3pa^uj decision or awarding short) shallows, shoals. of the fern, of prizes; an arrangement, reconci- Bpa%fri, Ion. for /?pa^?a,
liation.
<<;,

ing, browsing. Bpa/3uov, -ov, TO, (fr. same) a Bouvdf, -ou, o, a hill, hillock, rising prize, honorary reward. high place ; a heap ; Bpa/?uy, -log and-fwj, and Bpa$uground, slope, ascent; declivity. rrig, -ov, b, (perhaps fr. pdftSog a Bovvudvg, -cog -ovg, b, //, (fr. last) wand) the president or steiuard

-to-a, -tv, par. z a. pass.
shortiSpa^uj short)

,"(fr.

see

fiovvoeio/ig.

at public,

games ;

an

arbitrator

a few words. of next) tmfiuv, -ovog, b, (comp. the shorter or upper part of the
ly ^briefly, in

or umpire to determine the b, (fr. (3ov intens. a boy) a grown boy, prizes; a judge; commander, an overgrown or fat enjoiner, stripling; young man ; an awkward boy. Bpa/Juw, f. -uo-u>, p. /3f/?pa|3u/ca, Bovira\os, -ou, 6, (fr. same, and (fr. last) to manage, conduct or Ttd\n wrestling) a great wrestler ; preside at public games ; to dean ass, an epithet of an ass. cide, award the prizes ; to reguBoviraig, -atSog,

arm,

arm;
,

strength,

power,

and

Tralg

might, d. sin. Ppa%tovi.

M%vg

tia,

-i),

short, brief; small,

little; few. g. pi. fipaytw. comp. /3pa%UTpoj, and Bpa^<W, and f3pd%i(TTng. sup. (3pa%vTa.Tog )flVucr(<5flQo?, Dor. for 3pct yv 0*10/7-

Adj. obstinate, stubborn.
BovTT\ti%, -tyog, //, (fr. (3ovs an ox, and TrA^o-u to strike) a goad or

late, rule, direct,

command,
1

impr. /?pa/?U, -!TO>.
act.

a.

pres. ind.

pof, -ou, 6,

17,

(fr. last,

short pointed. poj iron)

whip

to drive cattle.

Bpa/3uAa,

/3pa/3uo-a. -a?, //,
f.

a Damascene
(fr.

paXtTr/g, shortness

-ijTog,
;

fj,

(fr.

same)

brevity,

conciseness ;

BouTTiSpoj, to Tretpw

-OD, 6, 'i, (fr. same, and pierce) that would pierce,

plum, damson.
ay^to^w,
dy^oj,
-daw,
6,

fewness, paucity.
next)
to

an ox ;
"Bovpacffos
dates.

large, strong.
b,

or J&dpaacos, -ov, fruit of the palm or date

the

tree,

g, -ov, b, f,, (fr. same, and Tpa-^Ao? the neck) short and -o?, rd, necked. hoarseness, roughness of the voice. Bpa^w, f. -w, p. -^a, to make the

grow

or ie hoarse.
-ou,

aSfwg,

(fr.

flpaovg slow) slowly,

noise of a
rustle.

wand

or

rod

when

Bovg,flobg, 5, /, a bull, beeve ; an ox hide;

cow, ox,

a

shield

made

of

it.

/3fc?, (I6as,

a. sin. povv. in pi. are cont. into /Sou?, d.
j3o<r<ri.
a.

lazily, comp. and ffpdoiov, sup. /?pao urpov and ]3pa(im>v. Ppacvrara

late;
>

slothfully,

,

-^, -ov, ^Eol.
/;,

to quaver, whirr ; of things breaking, to crack, crash, clatter ; to sound, resound, ring, peal.

shaken smartly,

Or

pi. jSoucrj,

Ion.

Bouo-ipts,

-iog, b, Busiris,

man's

3pai5uyAw(70'Of, -ou, 6,

(fr.

/3paouj

name.
Bou<mi0/xov, -OV,TO,
(fr. /3ou>

and

aTiidfibg

3.

stall)

an

'slow, and yAwcro-a the tongue) s/oio of speech, not eloquent. an ox, BpaSwovaaig, d. pi. fern. par. pres.
'act.

and 3pfVjua, -drag, TO, to 6, (fr.
head, head.
ytKCKf^,

Bpyudf,-ou,

wet) the fore/3pf%w the front half of the
a word invented to exBpf-

ox-stall.

of

BouYaj, -a, 6, Dor. for ftovTrjg, same as /3<m;y and /3oT>/p.
BOUTO^O?, -ou,
TO, (fr. /3ou?
b,

and BOUTO//OV, -QU, an ox, and T^VW to

Bpaf>vv<j),f. -uvw, (fr. fipadvg slow) to stop, stay, delay, loiter, tarry ; to hesitate, demur, scruple.

press the noise offrogs. or mid. Bpf//cr0ai, pass, u.tiv, act. pres. inf. of
>f//w,
f.

cut)

t/ie

Jlowering rush or water

Bpa.cvr:ei6rig, -iog -ovg,

b,

f],

(fr.

-n&,

to

grumble, murmur,

/?pa5u? slow,

and

irdOia to per;

make any

gladiole.

suade) hard

to

stinate; dull, Bourupov, -ou, rd, (fr. same, and butter. Tupos cheese) BpaiWAofw -w, f. -rjffd), p. f. ->/o-u), p. -77:a, (fr. Bou<6ovfw -w, 6vrr\6riKa, (fr. same, and Ion. for TrAf'w to sail) same, and 0/vw to kill) to slaughter cattle, sacrifice.
s/oi/j/y,

be persuaded

ob-

hollow noise ; to ronr, bellow, resound., peal. per. mid.

(ifftpa-

trAft&o, BptvOtg, -icog, to sa?7 ^, lettuce.

Bph'Sov, a stag,\>y theMessapians. and BpivOi^, -IKOS,

Bov(f>6vog, -ou, 6,

fi,

(fr.

same) who
;

slays cattie, a butcher
sacrificing.

a priest

n. pi. j3p5u7rAooyiT?.

be long at sea, be detainbird unknown, Eph'dog, -ov, 6, some ed by bad weather, of a slow gait and muttering par. pres. note ; haughtiness, pride, arroa, -{>, (perhaps fr. jSapo? a burden, and ova to go under)

Bo"w -w,

obs.
its

borrows

see B<5ffKw, which tenses'from it.

gance, pomposity, conceit; an ointment or perfume made by tJif
L/ydittmt.

slov} ; dull,

stupid

;

luzy, indo-

BP1
to stalk, Uptvdvopat, (fr. last) mutter /ite a brenthos; to

BPT
and]
as-\

BTK
chariot,

weigh down, an
riot) too
hoii':/

1

typa a chathe.

jr

TAT
mg.
ing.
Bi'XXo-s,-oE, b,
////>/.-,
f,,

TAA
'uia, -,-,
>/,

whiffling

;

breathing, blowto stufl") (fr. /?vu>

H \> f. -i'jGM, COffTp'w -W, s;uiK; a:i /Joaw. Ion. rind Bciras, J(u-/S, -or, b,
6,

Poet, and Ion.
last)

fait), ->;$,

see

yr).

-,

\d>,0ti>, (fr.

r/o.?f,
17?
f

Bvr/7, -7S,

crowded, full. soaked barley, mall.
-?/frw, -rc^ol. for

Dor. Bwr(S)

-'<5os,

?/,

same as

from

t.h<;

earth,

from

the ground.' -ov,

[jorijs, ;iiul /Jor/s.

'tj/i'oj, r>/iVo j, Tiyios,

and Fat-

BVTTT/W
T(l).

"(5,

pdii-

or ')-iaj'(pws, -ov, 6, )/, (fr. /?u>-(s /3wrj)s a shepherd, and <w)p a

w^j?j.-oj-oDj,
rastrifil,

6, jj,(fr. ;

samfi)ter-

rarthly

earthy, clayey.

Bvp<7,

~/7s,

)/,

S/.T/J,

hide.

man) reiving nun;
bited.

populous,
/Sor^p.

'ati]o%os,

Bupfftvs, -&>s, Alt. -fwj, 6, (fr. last)

a tanner,

d. sin. cont.

ftvpffu.

Bwrwp,

-opos, 6,

same as

otr^oy,

Yatdo%o$, and cont. TaiYaov%os, -ov, 6, >;, (fr.

and 'Rvpaoofyris, -ov, b, (fr. same, ( d) to {';/ skin) a skinner, currier, worker in leather. tanner,

girding,

same, and f^co to confine) earthencompassing or surrounding the land ; an epithet of
F?fyito,

B%n, -aros,
a
stopple

to stuff) rd, (fr. /?vw

'ai[na, Tdftd},

Neptune, or the sea. Ydfiw, and
uhs. see
,

all

or stopper,
;

cork

;

a

yafjLfdi.

dam, bank
BvoxrjVos,
-77,

a

sluice.

-05, 6,

a Gaulish dart or
to glory,

-ov, (fr. fSvacros flax)
^aiu),
f.

flaxen, linen, made of Jine flax or cotton ; fine, elegant, orna-

yatVto,

vaunt;

to

boast,
',

brag

;

exult,

rejoice, par.

mental.
Bvo*o*o<5oMvw,
f* -vo*w, (fr. BVGGOS depth, and Jo/uvw for oopta to io /<y deep foundations ; build) to found, flx, establish ; to think deeply, meditate ; to contrive,

y, C, the third letter in Greek called gamma. As a numeral

pres. yai'wi'.

mark
sand.
",

it

signifies three,

and with

a dot underneath, y, three thoufor

yl.

aXa, -a/cros, TO, milk. aXa0^ros, -), -bv, (fr. last, and Sa'w to nurse) unweaned, any creature still sucking, a suckling. Also, yielding milk, tender, delicate, balmy ; milky, succulent. aAaKTJKos or -TIVOS, -r?, -6v, and

plot, plan, dctiss.

EvctrdOcv,

(fr.

\i, Dor. for yi. Ta, Dor. for yr, next)/roOT the bot- ra/?j30L Heb. indecl. Gabbatha.
"a/fti',
's,

tom,

from
-ov,
;

below, from the deep.
the cotton plant
;

Bverffds, -ov, b, Ion. for fiv06s.
Brio-ffos,
/;,

cotton

cotton-cloth, calico.

Myp,

indecl. a large pearl. f)X,Heb. indecl. Gabriel.
-on, b,
f.

Heb. Heb.

indecl.

husbandmen.

TaXaTW^Si -os -ovc, 6, ? same) milky ; delicate, soft,
>;

(fr.

ten-

der.

so,flncflax or linen.

ay art] f,

(fr.

Tayjys

a

river

'oXaxTordT^s, -ov,

6,

>/,

(fr.

same,
;

Bvw,

f.

shut up,

fivad), p. ptpvica, to sl'tji close; to cram,

of Lycia) an agate.
-fow, p. -iKa, (per ayyuXfJw, haps fr. yaw to cause, and yrXa't to laugh. Or fr. ydVos joy) t
tickle,

and

TrtVw to drink) living on milk.

sucking

stuff",

Jill up ; to cover, hide, conceal. Bw, (jjjs, /3j7, Ion. j3f'u, and Poet. j8w, 2 a. sub. of fiiju.i format

TaXdva, -as, a, Dor. for yaX^VJj. a woman's name. iXa^ai3p7, -vs, >/,
[Xj'aj, -ov, milky, white
6, ;
(fr.

excite

light,

make

agreeably glad.
/,

;

to de-

ydXa milk)

the

milky way ; a
-?;,

Ew07v,

Ion. for flfnjQur, pres.

inf.

cont. of j3oj;0&i.

'ayydnrj, seine.

-r/s,

a

net,

draw-net

kind of stone.
iXaYtys, -ov, b, FaXaTt/ios,

-bv,

Bw>coA<a7s, Dor.

for flovKo\idGCis.

2 sin.

1

f.

act.

*&uKo\idaozu,

Dor. 2

sin. pres. impr. mid. of 5w, Dor. for QovKo\iAfa.

Bw/cos, Dor.

for

ftovKoXiaarris,

/3ovKoXtKo"s,j3ouK6'Xos,

and

fiovicos,

same as /?ov/ca7os. BwXa, Dor. for jSovX)/.
BwAaf, -axes,
fa

!"a<5,

(fr. next) aGalatian, of Galatia. 'ayytns or Fayytr?7s, -ov, 6, a preTaXaT/a, -as, -ft, Galatia, called cious stone, an agate. also GallogrcBcia. a ganglion, tu'ayy\ibv, -ov, TO, FaXfaypa, -as, fa (fr. next, and bercle, hard gathering. ay pa a trap) an iron cage; a -as, fi, (fr. ypaw or 'dyypaiva, chain, fetters ; a snare, trap. ypatVw to corrode) a gangrene, ;X7, and in prose, FaXr;, -rjs,-fi, a mortification. weasel ; a cat. a man's Heb. indecl.

Gad,

name.
i<5apa,

iXfos, -ov, 6, (fr. last)

a Jie-wea(fr.

Poet, for /teXos.
(fr.

a

city of Casio-Syria

3wXtrj7s, -ov, 6,

next) a mush-

Gadara.
Alt. -f'ws, icaptvs, -lo$, oap>;vos, -ov, b, (fr. last)

scl, also a kind of fish. FaXfpos, and FaX^pSs, -a, -bv,
ya\>'ivri

room, truffle. BwXos, -ov, >% earth, ground, land, soil; a clod, sod, mass, lump, piece ; a mouthful, bit ; a dose.
BwAw<57Si -EOS -ovs, o, i], full of clods ; cloddy hard.
BcojuSs, -ov, b,
(fr. last.)
;

and Taa Ga-

a calm) tranquil,

quiet,

calm

;

cheerful, joyous, lively.

darene, of Gadara.
r^dras, -ov,
6,

iXfivs, -f'os, 6, (fr.

yaXf? a weasel)
kitten.

Gadatas, a man's

a young weasel ; a
iXfWT^f, -ov,

name.
be glad. iconai, to rejoice, delight,

tough

}

ia,

-rjs,

fi,

(Persian)

wealth

base, foundation ; a pedestal, prop ; an altar; a tem-

a

riches ; treasure, public

money

.

b, (dim. of yaXf? a weasel) an eft or newt. FaX>7, -r/s, fa see ya\ir/, \/7v' for yaXr7i>a, neut. pi. of ya-

ple.

Ewi',

Dor. and Ion.
-OKOS, 6,

a treasury. Poet, ivoi, (Chaldee) soothsayers ra\r,vaia,

for

for

ftovv, a. ol

magcans
^o(f>v\dKiov, and
-KIOV, -ov, ro
re(fr. yaCfl.

iX>7v^, ->7s, fa (fr.

yfXdw

to smile

)

serenity

;

tranquillity, quietness ;

Bw,

cont.

for

/3da

or

wealth) a treasury;
(fr.

06r/%.

cord
6,

office.

Bwpos, -ov.

Borus,
city.

name

of

man, ana of a

^o^uXaKfw -w,

same, and

a calm. Also a woman's name., tX^vidw -w, f. -oVw, p. -tea, (fr. last) to be calm ; to rest, subside.
Ta\rivios,
(fr.

Bws, Dor. and Ion.

for /3ovj

Bw-

treasure <pv\daati) to guard) to hoard; to keep the public money

and FaX?M>s,

-ov, b, fa

same) calm,

still,

quiet;

d. pi. for jSovfft. <ri, Bwo-at, Dor. for act.

o0vXa,
1 a. inf

-a/cos, 6,

(fr.

same)

<

tranquil, serene.
iXriviuaav, a. sin.

(torjcrai,

treasurer.

cont par. pres.

par. act
r,

Bwtras, for jSo^cras, 1 a Ta0' and YdQt, for ayaQl, v. sin of ayaQ6 j. Bwo-o/zai, for Poijao1 f. ind. Bwo-o-0aj, fo Tadstv, Dor. for y;0(V, pres. inf act. ii, If. inf. mid. of/3oaa> Tddr/aev, Dor. and Ion
:,

of yaX^vja'w. FaXtXata, -as, fa Galilee, a part of Palestine.
FaXtXatos. -a, -ov, (fr. last) of Galilee, Galilean. Att. -ws, fa tho FaX/ot^ts, -'os, herb water-betony or df.ad nrt
tie.

Dor.
1

and Poet,
pres.

fo

for

eyriOrjae,

3

sin.

1 a. ind.

act

,v,
la. sub.

pi.

of -yrjBiw.
Tal,

Heb.

indecl.

o

valley..

act.

of

TaT,

for next.

(120)

TAM
v,

TA2
man's
riage feast, nuptials; matrimony, vfdlock.
f.

TEF
the belly, and coCAo$ a slave)
f.
si

-wvoj,

6,

Gallio, a

slave to appetite, epicure, glutton*
\

next) FaoTpj^w, -arw, p. -a, (fr.same) -w, , -ov, 6, to Jilt the to prepare for a wedding. and belly, satisfy, glut,fat-S>, (fr. ydAa milk, ten; to strike on the belly. to have) to suckle; to im- Fa/ioo-TdAoj, -ov, 6, >/, (fr. yd^oj a and crAXw to furnish) FacTpi^iapyos-, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same, -ovwedding, press,inculcate. FaAov yt ofiai ami /rn'pyo? foolish) gluttonous, to impreparatory to or providing for a pai, to suck, take milk;

a eunuch.

-r/trw, (fr.

|

bibe.

FdAwj,
>},

-to,

or -wof,

wedding ;' nuptial, bridal. and FoAo'ws -du>, rauovptvos, par. pres. pass. cont.
sister,

,

-tog,

rdorpioj, -ov, and

a husband's

brother's

wife,
for yoiuat, see ya/iew. Tafiai, Dor. indecl. Gamaliel, Fa/mAtfjA, Heb.

Fo/^Aaj, -wv,
,

al,

(fr.

next) the
Kap\i/og,

Fdo-Tpwv, -wvog, b, (fr. same) glutton, epicure; big-bdlied.
KvfjfiT]

a

heeks, jaws, jaw-bones.
-ft,

-ov,

(same as
bend)

7ao-TpoKvr//uov. -ov, TO, (fr. same, the leg) the calf of the and

a man's name.
Fa^/JpEtiw,
f.

-vo-a, p. -v/ca,
TWarry,

(fr.

next)

to

?ed;

to

#e*

marriage

relations.

Fa///jpdf, -ov, -6, (fr. ya//f'w

towed)
pi.

leg. crooked, FavAdj, -ov, b, (perhaps fr. ydXa bowed, bended, curved, hooked. and Fa^/^/wi'vAcoj, milk) a milk pail, bucket. a//^c5w, -v^os, and <5vv a FavAoj, -ov, b, a kind of boat; a -ov, -6, (fr. last, >, well, drain. claw) having hooked claws or
/cd//7!Tw

fr.

to

a

relation by

marriage; a father,
law, d.

toJtms; rapacious, ravenous.
.

a fdvog, -EOJ, -ov ?, TO, joy, mirth ; ravpiafia, -aTog, TO, (fr. next) glorying, boasting ; exultation ; delight, pleasures ; splendour, 3 pi. cont. pres. impr. act. prancing. brightness. f. -dorw, p. -a*a, (fr. TauiactTai, Poet, for yap.fffTai, Tav6<a -w, f. -wo-w ? p.-w/ca, (fr. last) favfudw -5, to be proud, to to delight, 1 f. mid. of yafilij). rejoice, cause pleayaupoj haughty) enliven ; to shine, Dor. and Ion. for eytint, glory ; to brag, vaunt, boast ; to sure, exhilarate, Tauw, overbear ; to 8 sin. 1 a. ind. act. see in yaexult, triumph, sparkle, glitter.
v, '2

son,

or brother, in Ion. i.
a. inf. act.

for

which see yaufu.

TavAwf, Dor. for yavAovj, yavAof.

a. pi.

of

TaftdTucrav,

prance. Tdvvpat, Ydvvvjj.ai, and Tavvvoftai, F f'a>. Poet, for yavpiwvTj, f. -vac/mi, p. -vfnai, (fr. same) TavpidwvTtg, Fa/imoj, -a, -ov. (fr. same) WHS/ n. pi. masc. par. pres. act. ont. to rejoice, be glad, exult. wed, must be married. of last. YapeTri, -rjg, and Fa//Tj?, -/<5oj, >/, ravvurjSrjg, -cog, 6, Ganymede, a fr. man's name. yafw (fr. same) a wife. Favpoj, -a, -^ov, (perhaps to exult) haughty, proud, arroa hus- Fdvw/za, -aTog, T&, and Fdvuxrtf, Tautrris, -ov, b, (fr. same) Att. -ws, fj, (fr. fcond. to gant; scornful, disdainful, inj, yav<5u> solent; violent, impetuous, overTaulu, -u>, f. -170-10 and -ara>, p.' delight) delight, joy; mirth, and -*a, (perhaps bearing, imperious. joyment; brightness, lustre. yeydfiTiKa, fr. ydw to produce, or ya/w to Tap, /or, since; wherefore, there- FavpoC, 2 sin. cont. pres. impr. mid. of fore, then ; truly ; pray ; why 1 iCJUiOt, to tune L* tft/e, marry, rejoice, .w toJce a u,t;cj same fjf. Pass, to ie married. -aio'a), p. -WACO, Fapya/pa), and Fapydpw, f. -apw, to Favp<5(i> -5,
1 ;

/f<

as yavptdw, par. pres. mid. yov-OV//VO. throb; , -fi, -br,curved,crooked^itni; repeat often, multiply, yjtytaj. increase ; to abound, be full. a. ?ar. mid. wreathed, winding, tortuous. FapyaAi^w, f. -tVw, same as yayya* Favo"(5w, -tS, f. -(iffu, p. -aca, (fr. ra^dii, 3 sin. 1 a. sub. pass. Falast) to curve, bend, twist. TaprjOtjvai, 1 a. inf. pass. 1 a. inf. act. of last. and FdpyaAos, -ov, 6, Fdw, f. TJO-W, obs. p. mid. yt'yaa, fjLrjffai, FapyaAff//os, is borrowed by (fr. last) a tickling, slight exciteyivo/m, to be Tapfi\iov, -ov, TO, (neut. of next) a nuptial present, wedding gift. born; to generate, beget; to proment, gentle irritation. (fr. ya/ifw to Tdpyapa, -wr, TO., crowds, a multiduce, procure, provide, get; to Fa^ijXjof, -ov, 6, 17, hold, contain; to rejoice, exult, tude, abundance. wed) nuptial, bridal; conjugal, connubial. delight in. Tapydpa, -rjg, j/, a city of Troas. one Fapyapwv, -wvoj, 5, the throat, Ff, Dor. yd, a particle which conro//?Atu)v. -wvoj, 6, (fr. same) fines the purport of the senof the Athenian months ; accordswallow, gullet. Intence to some particular. ing to some October, to others Fapyapt^w, f. -i'o-u>, (fr. last) to garipyapt^ia, t. -to-u>, ^rr.
act. tydpncra,

and

fytlfta'

sub.

1

yyjfua' a. pass.

(fr. yduii) inf.

obs.)

snme, sparkle,
to

glitter,

dazzle;

to

yrjftat'

vibrate, quiver; to palpitate, beat,

January.
rapTifftita,
(fr.

same)

to

take a wife, desire to haste to marry.

and Faufo-Ku.
,

wash the throat; to guggle deed, truly, surely, at least ; yet, or warble in the throat. however; as far, inasmuch as, wed, be in Fdpov, -ov, TO, pickle or brine in sofar. which fish is preserved; sauce Ff'a, and cont. F?j' ytag ytjg, %, see made of pickled fish. , p.
gle,

wish

to

i

j

(fr.

same)

to

giveinrapvw, Dor.

for

y??pfia>,

marriage;

to

promise, engage,\

Hence

Tapvfptv,

which see. and Faprn', for

Ferfo^oj,

Fe^o^oj,

and

'ven in betroth; Fa/i(o//at, to be gi marriage ; to be betrothed.
Tdfiiog, -a (fr. same) nuptial, bridal. innin. 1i m IX. ..' _:_ -f for Tdftoio, ydpov, g. sin. ofi
;,

-dv,

and

j

yr/pvtv,pres.inf.act. Fapvrrov, for yrjpvtTov, du. pres. ind. act.

-,

Tapvouai, Tapvffouai, for ynpvouai. pres. and yr/pvo-ouai, 1 f. * mid.
J
I

.

^

L-

,

!

pres.

opt. pas,. ront>
-

Fapv<ravTO, foryjjptlo-atvTO, 1 a. opt. mid. of yr/pt'w. , yavrpog, fj, the belly ; the
'

^t.-^Wjp.-TjKa^fr.] ydpog a wedding, and xAfffTw to
to

stomach ; a ventricle ; the womb ; uu fix lower part of the body;

Ffyaa, per. mid. or for ytyrjica, per. act. of yda> for yivofiai. Poet, for yyda<7i. 3 Ttydacci. for Ttyduev, Poet, pi. ofyryaa inf. Fyaf>v, Dor. for ycyafvat, mid. Fyafc, -vra, -oj, g. mid. of same. -GJTog, par. per. for ytyrjQug, see TcyaBwg, Dor.
,

steal}

marry privately ;
or

to

gluttony. de- TdffTor,, -rjg,
(fi\

and

bauch
wife.
, ,

r^ Toa

d. pi. par. per. act.

of

_ af

'

carry
for

off

another's,

last)

the body, belly

r 'bot-

torn

of a jug or pitcher ; the hold
ship.

of yaTeyawueros, par. per. pass,
fyftoi, -ov, 6,
fi,

Dor.
b,

of a
oj, (fr.

-ev,

or Tdfioi, -wv,

TaffTpl, d. sin.

ifw to

wed) a wedding, mar- Fao-r

of ya<m/p.
/;,

the earth, and ya w to be
yao-r^p

(perhaps '

fr.

y/
a.?

Q

ij'JovAoj, -ov, 6,

(fr.

oW

bom)

.<!

the hills, an~ient, antique.

(121)

TEI
Dor. for yeyEvij^f Teytvaplvos, par. per. pass, of yivo^ai. per. ind. pass, in 2
Teyfi'tiadz,

TEA
roof; a slanting projection, shed.

TEN
EXwvrEj, n. pi. cont. act. of yXdw.
fXw?, -wros, yEXdw to
stillness.
fftei,

par. pres,
b, (fr.

Turvia, -as, and
pi.

FEtria'acrt?, -to?,

Ttyfvrinai,

Att.

to?, f

h

(fr.

ydrwv a neigh-

and I'Aw?, -u,

rcycvrjfif vo$,
act.

par,

per. pass, of same.

bour) neighbourhood, vicinity. d(i> -u>, and Yeir f.-d
p.

laugh) laughter, mirtht gayety; a joke, derision ; acalm t

TcyfvreytvvjjKa, per. ind. 1 pi. -/u VT)nai, -aat, -rat, in ind. pass. per. rcyevvijpi par. per. pass, of ytwdui.

-aa,

(fr.

same)
-j;<7<j>,

to

neighbour,
as last,

adjoin, border upon.
siTovfb) &,
f.

3

sin. pres. ind. act.

same

ofyfyu.
FE^(par.

r[ii$ff6ai, pres. inf. pass.
o-ai, 1 a.

Ttyivoi^v,

-oio,

-otro,

Poet,

and

Ion. for yevoifiTjv, 2 a. opt. mid.

par. pres. act. yeirovtwv -wv. TO, Tir6vr)(ns, ir6vt)fjta, -tiros, -to?, Att. -0)?, and Ttirovia, -as,
>l,

1 a. inf.

act.

Fe/i/o-a?,

act.

Ff^/crarE,
FE//.KT0J7,

1 a. act.

2 pi. vmpr. 3 sin. 1 a.
(fr.

of ytvofjiai.
Tfyi)()a,

(fr.

same) same as
-ovos,
b,
fj,

ytirvia.
fr.

sub. pass, of
\>,
f.

FEyj^wj, see ynQiu. or -yi/ca, see y^pdw or
,

ct'rwv,

(perhaps

lew,

p.

yiytuiKa,
to
Jill,

y7pdo-/cw. in 3 pi. Ttyovaai, per. mid. ,

yta the land) neighbouring, adjoining, bordering upon, contiguous. Subs, a neighbour.
fiwpa?,

w
1

to

be

full)

load.

Ytyovtiv, y6vtv, pper.

-t s,

-

and Fjjwpn?,

-ou, 6,

afc

tyfyuaa' impr. yiHiaov. per. pass. yy///ioy/cu. 1 a. pass. ind.
0o>, -f/?, -ij.
-oufft,

a. act. ind.

mid.

Fyovo>?,

reigner, stranger, sojourner.
?Xa, sunshine, brightness, of the sun.

-via, -o?, par.per.mid.
inf.

ofy/v^ai,
FE-

radiance

^ojwEv,

1

and 3

pi.

pres.

.ypanfiivos, per. par. pass.

ind. act.

F^ouffa?, -ara, -av,

pass. yod<pOai, per. Fcypaact. of yod0u>. <p<!};, par. per.
:yu//j/ao-iap;ui?, -uta, -5?, par. per.
ac.t.

iAp,

3 sin. pres.

ind.

FfXatv, FE-

Aaij, JEol. for yfXai', pres. inf. act. and sin. pres. ind. yfXa?, 2
FfiXav, Dor. for ysXaiv, par. pres. cont. but FEXav, pres. inf. cont. of yXdw.

^u,

d. pi. -ouo-at?, par. 1 a. act. of <o be have in full,
;

plenty
pa.
,

to be

of yvfjLvaffiapved).
pevos) par. per. pass, of

par. pres.
-2?,

y^wf.

abound, loaded orfreighted. per. mid. ytyo-rjs, ^,

and Ion. Fm?),

Ff'ywva, by Metatli. for yfyvwo, From per. mid. of yvuw, obs. whence ysywvao, which see.

FXdi%,

-ios, -ovs, b,

f,,

Poet.

(fr.

y\du

to laugh) merry, cheerful, gay, lively, pleasant, jovial.
for yfXdtrw, 1 Dor. for
f.

yivouai to be) o generation, descent, succession ; birth, pa(fr.

rtyuvintv, Dor. for ycyuvuv, pres. inf. act. Tey&vevv, Dor. and
Ion. for
eyeytij/oui/,

'Xdu>, Dor.

act.

species;

impf.

ind.

act. cont. of

FEXdoio-a, yEXdovo-a, fein. par. pres. of yfXdw. 'eXaoidfo, T\aoiacriJ[bs, Te\aoia<r-

; a race, breed, kind, sort, an age, meaning the time from the birth of a man till he has a son, about thirty

rentage

years.

TeywyfU) -<3, f. -,7crw, p. -rjKa, to call loudly; to declare, proclaim; to shout, roar, cry out; to cry up, extol
FEycoi^rfo?, -a, -ov, (fr. last) be extolled, ought to be praised. declarFEywvo"?, -fi, -bv, (fr. same) ed aloud, published, proclaimed ; audible, loud.

XaVT2pl.
-fi,

rys, see ye\oidCu>, &c. 1 f. ind. act.
fi,

FVaXoyfU)
Xdo).

-a>, f. -rja<a,

p.

yyVa-

'EXdtrfyo?, -ou, 6,
"ov, (fr.

ofy and FEXaord?,
ri-

same) laughable,

must

diculous.
\acrrtis, -ov, b,

and Xdyo? an (fr. last, account) to reckon a genealogy, count a descent; to trace a pedigree; to include in a family.
\6yr/Ka,

(fr.same) alaughsub. act. of

par. pres. pass.

ymaXoyofyvo?.
same) a

er

;

mocker.
1

Xdffto//v,

pi. 1 a.

Fn/EaXoyfa, -a?, >/, (fr. genealogy, pedigree.

EXdw -w,

Fyu>?, cont. fr. yya<i?, par. per. mid. of ydu>, fory/vo^at.
TeoSelfj.

-dffw, p. yEyfXaKff, to Fn/EaXdyo?, -ov, b, (fr. same) a genealogist. laugh, smile; to laugh at, ridi1 a. act. mock. cule, tytXaca rcvfytyiv, by Parag. for ytviji, d.
f.

Heb. indecl. testimonies or Ion. oiytvtd. per. pass, yey&aapai. 1 a. pass a generaproofs of virginity. tyeXdaQrjv. 1. f. mid. y\dffOftai Tvl9\n, -ris, fj, (fr. yV or FE<5<$oi)<5J Heb. indecl. a FAy>7, ->;?, ft, wares, merchandise, TEOOOVO, tion) a family, race? kindred; goods; colour, shade, hue. troop. lineage, descent, pedigree; offa root or -to?, and -Wo?, f/, Tcocwv, Heb. indecl. Gideon, a spring, breed ; a birth-place, naman^s name. tive land. Tlevva, -rjs, /;, (fr. Heb. the valley FAyw, f. -fw, p. -%a, (fr. vtOXia, -u>v, ra, (fr. last) birthof Hinnom) Hell, hell-fire, tordye) to dye, shade, colour, tinge. day, nativity; a birth-day feast or present. ments of hell; Eng. Gehenna. YeXevcra, Dor. for yfXoCo-a, fern, par. pres. of ysXEw, see next. TtdffTjuavri, or TeOffri^avd, Heb. inV0XjaK0?, -r), -bv, (fr. same) nadecl.

Gethsemane.
Ion. for -eyuvduTjv, 1 a. FEIfcivaadai, inf.

Xf'o)

Tcivdfjiriv,

to shine.
X?/?,

-w, (perhaps fr. yAa lustre) Also Ion. for yEXdw.

tal,

of nativities, foretelling from
Subs, one who calcu-

the birth.

ind. mid.

Dor.

for ysX^?,

2

sin. pres.

lates nativities,

an

astrologer.

FtV0', vd/uvo?, par. of same. and Ftv<5//0', Ion. for tydvsro,
3
sin.

ind. or sub. of

and tyuv6u.tQa,
of

1 pi.

impf.

ind.

Fa'i'Eat, Ion. for Fdvri,

2

Tevf9\tos, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same) reyEXdw. lating to the birth or nativity, naXotdcw, and FEXotdw -w, f. **do*o), to Subs. tal; procreative, prolific. (fr. yEXoTo? jesting) jest, joke; to mock, deride, ridicule. a parent, cause.
\oiaajjibs, -ov, b, (fr. last)

sin. pres. ind.

a gibe,

vEi, d. sin.

Tdvopcu,
a. ind.

Poet, same
is

prose

;

as ytVo/xaj, 1 eytivdunv, frequent in said oi the father, moto

taunt; derision, contempt.
\oiaarfis, -ov, 6,
er,
(fr.

Ttvt), n. a. v. pi. Ff'vou?, g. sin. cont. of ytvog.
f.

same) ajest- Tevtid^w,
scorner.
f.

laugher

;

a mocker,

-rjffu),

(fr.

beget, bear ; r\o1ov,-ov,Tb, (neut.of next) ajest. ther, or offspring, to be born. inf. ydvacQai, par. eXoTo?, and Poet. FEXofto?, -a, -ov,
(fr.

begin

to

and Tevsidw -5, J to yivtiov a bear J have a be-f^t t be
-do-w,

bearded, have.
up, qnp>*<xtfi
->^ttCi.
,

eard;

to

grow

ye'Xw? laughter) merry, gay,

FEUTOV, or Tdffffov, -oo,
-EO?

and

FElo-o?,

rd, (perhaps fr. yfj, because it throws the rain to the ground) the eaves ; a shed, penthouse ; a coping, ridge ; chapiter of a pillar ; a battlement,

-ou?,

and

(TEi'u,

EXojwvrE?,
for

pleasant; facetious, humorous, laughable; ridiculous. .^^ and FEXucor-^? Poet,
ysXwvTE?, ij.^fc
tnas. cont. of

manhood, par. 1 yVid<ra?, and yEra^tra?. pres. inf. act. cont. of
to

turret.

FsXawv -2v, d. sin. FEXwvrj, par. FEXdoxn, Poet, for yt\&pr*. 3 pi. pres. ind. of ysXdw. fft,
EXofu?, (fr. yEXoTo? merry) laughably, ridiculously, absurdly.

down on the

di5o?, f), (fr. ytvvs the chin) the chin, beard; the cheek, cheek, whisker,

buildrd<ru>na, -Sros, rb, (fr. IMC) irith eaves, or with a dripping

tveidacuv, Dor. par. pres. of y

for

ywtid^wv,

ing

(122)

PEN
ft,

TEP
;

1
sub. pass.

Li

btvrded, having a beard

grown

Fvv;0tf, 3

sin. 1 a.

up.
rcvti'/ras, -oi', which for last.
o, Dor.

for

ymttf??,
the chin)

Tivtiov, "ov, rb,
the chin; the

(fr.

yi MS

any sharp
a weapon.

projection,

beard; the jaw; the edge of

Ttvco, river, Ion. for cyivov,
tytvero, Tcvtffdu,

and
pi.

2 and 3 sin. 2 a. mid. 3 sin. .and Tiitade, 2
inf.

FmVOat, impr. of yivopai.

2

a.

mid.

to be) Tcv(ffia,-<jiv,ra, (fr. yivopai nativity, birth-day ; feasts, preon that sents, or other ceremonies

day.
Teveffidp^rjf, -ov, b, (fr. ylveais head birth, and ap%>) beginning) of a family ; an author, origin,

cause.
Tcveffiovpybs, -ov, b, (fr.
ventor.

same, and

intpyov work) a maker, former,

FfVo-(j, -tos, Att.

-Uf,

f],

(fr.

yn'o;

p 11 to be) extraction, production
generation,
birth,

nativity;

de-

scent, pedigree ; family, race, kindred ; being, life.

Tevirtipa, -a?, ft, ther) a mother,
cvri), -jj?,
fi,

(fr.

yevrr^p

a

fa-

dam.
yivopai
to be
birth,

(fr.

born) nativity,
tvcrrip, -r/pof,
-

Fevmop,

-o>poj,

anc
(fr

a', 6,

a Poetic word,

same) a father, parent, sire. frev, Poet, and Dor. for cyivov, 2 sin. 2 a. ind. Ttvov, -ivOu
impr
Ttvoiprjv, -oio, -oiro, opt

-wvrai, 2 and 3
Bai

Ttvtapi. sub. 2 a. Tv6pcvos,-rj, -ov, par.

mid. ofytvopai. 3 sin. ini. -i-j,
inf.

TcvqQnvai

Fv??0<?,-a<ra,-j',par. 1 a FV7/<roua, -rj,-crai, 2 pi, pass. -?;o-<70, 1 f. ind. mid. of yivopai
.

Tsi'ticbs, -TJ, -ov, (fr.

ylvoff

a kind]

generative, producing ; general id, comprehensive.

zruytt, the genitive case. TcvvdSas, -ov, b, (fr. yevvaw to produce) bold, daring, brave; cle"U-S.

;,-a,-ov, (fr. same) innate -id, inbred; allied, related
'ilary ;

noble,

high-born

.

rous,
iUS.

high-spirited,
;

liberal

'iuous,free

strong, able, vi
last) gene-

rvvai6ms,-riros,
Fiwaiujj,
(fr.

ft,

(fr.

rosity, manliness,

magnanimity

same) nobly, bravely

/</y, liberally.

-a, 3 sin. cont. pres. ind pass, of ytvvdu). FfVvaro, JRol. for tytlvaro, 1 a mid. of ydvopai. Or by Sync
for tytvvficaro,
Tevvditt -w,
f.

same

of.

p. ytytvvTjKa sort, or yivopai to be (fr. y{ voj to get, beget, give birth or rise to

->/<7W,

a

to effect, cause.

va.

produce, bring forth 1 a. act. tytwrj per. pass, ytyivmpxi. 1 a pass. cyti'V>'/8rjv.
lerate,
1 a.

Ttwr/Qtis, -tlaa, -fv, par.

pass

TEfi
t

mi-

nr
, ...

FiOooture, husbandry, tillage; cultipar. 1 a. mid , and by Sync. y^j. 1 f. ind. mid. vated land. i, -77, -ETCU, pi. par. pres. act. yT/patr/covraj 3 sin. 1 a. sub. mid. reupytKbs,-r),-bv, (fr. same) rustic, Firiffjjrai, per. par. a<%, t of same. same as last. rural, agricultural. rrjpiiui, TCVO-LS, -tos, Aft. -wj, f), (fr. yi/w -w, f. -r;<rto, (fr. same) afarm;
ru>pyiov,-ov,rb,
Tripofioo-Ktu)
(fr.

same,
ta/ce

to taste) TevffTiKos,

a tasting ;
-f/,

taste.

ploughed or

tilled

land.

and /JoffArw

ing;
TevffTbs,

-bv, (fr. subs, a taster.
-r),

same)
to

same) afarmer, twpybs,-ov, husbandman; a vine-dresser; a
b, (fr.

to feed) to nurse, care o/" or <ent? in old age.
rrjpofioo-Kia, -as,
>},

(fr.

same)
same)

the
the

-</v,

(fr.

same)
tasted.
t'>

be

swain, labourer.
w,
f.

care or maintenance in old age.
(fr.

tasted, that
FfL'ctfjf.

may be

-rjaw,

same

ov, b, (fr.

ytvffu, p. yfyevKa, taste, season, give a relish ; to taste, try with the mouth'; to eat ;

-'"''

a

to

taste,

experience, prove, try.
I

1 a.

act. ind. tytvoa- inf. ytvaai.

per. ind.

eycvo'd/.tTjv'

pass, yfyevpai. sub.

a.

mid.

guardian, protector, assistant of the old, or of their ground. parents. fr. in rrjpoK6uos, -ov, b, (fr. old age, li -ijSt'h (cont. yta obs.) y??paj and Kouia) to take care of) a Poetry yata, Ion. yaln, land, ground, earth, clay, soil; a reguardian, protector of old men. gion, tract, district, nation ; coung. Ion. y//po/cciuoto.

'optWw

to dig) to

dig the

yevcw/jiai,

3

pi.

ycvcrwvTaf

inf.

ytvaacdai'

par. yevcrdfitvos. Tffyvpa, -as, )/, (perhaps fr. yr\ the land, and ^fpw to carry to) a

bridge; a bank, mound, dam; a passage, opening, space. Tetivpfa -a), f. -wffto, p. -WKU, (fr. last) to join by a bridge, build a
bridge,
stop
inf.

make passable ; to up ; to dam., choke,
yefyvpovv.
1

block,

?porpo0to -w, f. -j/o-o), (fr. same, and Tpt(hb) to support) to mainand Trjytvttain, relieve or assist in old age. T>iycv>is, -tos -ovs, b, >;, Trjs, -ov,b, (fr. yrj the earth, and F^porpd^oj, -ov, b, >/, (fr. same) a defender, supporter of the old. yivas a race) earth-born, sprung from the ground; native, origiipVET* for y^pura{, 3 sin. pres. mid. of Subs, a giant. nal, indigenous. y^puw. ^rjfiiov, -ov, TO, (dim. of yrj land) a Frjpvova and Tapv6va, -as, a, Dor. mall tract, Jield, little farm. for yr pv6vr}, -ns, f), (fr. y?)pvs 7i/0i', (fr. same) from the ground voice) a talker, babbler; warbt

try, native earth.

land; the globe of the

pres.
ind.

or foundation

;

utterly, totally.

ling, purling.
f.

cont.

a.

;0aa -w, rndevu,

and

F^w,

pass.

y<f>vpudnv.

Ftoypa0fu> -w, f. ->/o-a>, p. -};K<Z, (fr. yta the earth, and ypa0w to describe) T(iiypa6ia, -as,
to describe the earth.
>/,

to rejoice, be ->/<ru), p. ysytjdriKa, glad. impf. ind. eyi/Qwv. Ion. y//-

for frjpvdvas, -a, b, Dor. Trjpvdvtjs , -ov, b, Geryones, a man's name.

6eov.

1

a.

act. ind.

(fr.

same) geo-

graphy,
as, fj, (fr. yta the land, and Salw to divide) division, distribution of the parts of the earth; measuring of surfaces,

surveying.
Teworjs, -EO? -ouy, 6, ^, (fr.

yfjQrjcjev. Frjpvovta. s. 1 a. -as, -" par yridi'iaas tpvs, -vos, n, voice, speech, sound, noise. pass. ind. eyt/Orjv, 3 pi. Ion. y//Oijcav. per. mid. ind. yeyrjOa' Ttjpvv, f. -o<rw, p. ye-ytjpvKa, (fr. par. ytyrjQ&s. last) to speak, talk; to divulge, ^rjQos, -eos -ovs, TO", and Trjdoavvrj, babble; to declare; to make a -jji, fi, (fr. last) joy, sound, warble, purl, murmur ; to delight; mirth. gladness, complain, bewail.
'-,

sin. Ion.

tvnQwaa, 3 opt. ^Eol. yrj-

ipvovcvs -tos , b, Geryon, a fabled giant, a. Trjpvavija, Poet, for

yta the earth) earthy, earthly, terrestrial.

ijdoavvos,

-rj,

-or,

(fr.

same) joy-

cont. 5?pws, g.
Ut]ffaffapi[ji,

of ytjpas, -aros-aos
rather Trjyapacriv,
(fr.

FO>AO$OJ, -ov, 6, #, (fr. same, and \6ipos a ridge) hilly ; subs, a hillock, hill, ridge; a dolt, blockhead.
f. ->/<rw, (fr. same, Ffiu/^rpf'a) -w, and ufTpov measure) to measure the earth or land, survey.

ful, glad, cheerful, merry. tjOvov and F//raov, -ov, TO, a kind of onion.
rjlvos

or

Heb.
,

artificers.

and

F'/i'oj, (fr. yj/

earthly,

terrestrial ;

the earth) earthy ; on

-ov,

b,

yrj

the land)
rustic,

a husbandman, farmer,
clown. see yftwpaj. l&pas,

land, by land.
fjXofyog,
f)uc,

same as ywAo0oj.

Fcw/ifrp^j, -ov, b, (fr. same) ageometrician, measurer of land, surveyor. TeiantTpia, -as,
//, (fr. same) geometry, the measuring of surfaces, surveying. TeuneTpiKbs i ->h -ov, (fr. same) geometrical, skilled in surveying.

F////W, -r)s,

Ion. for tyrjuc, 3 sin. ind. FtyavTa7of and Ftyavr?of, -a, -ov, inf. a giant) gigantic. -T), sub. (fr. yt'ya? rf;/iat,
*lyavTcs, n.

TiJuas, par. 1 a. act. of y^w, obs. see ya//ew. -ov, b, (fr. yrj land, and ,

TiydvTwv,
(fr.

g. pi.

of ylto

yas* "lyavTidu -w,

yj'yaj

a giant)

to divide) a farmer ; a native.

husbandman,

behave like the giants, be gigantic or monstrous.

7?o^w -w,

(fr. y>)

Fu>/xdps, -ov,

b (fr.

pw

'to

divide)

a

same, and yaihusbandman,
tilling.

to possess) to inhabit, possess; or to encompass, surround

f^w
the

the land, and rtyavToArrtop, -opoj, b, (fr. same, and 6\\vui to destroy) a destroyer

of giants,

giant-killer.
>/,

land ; said of Neptune.

agriculturist.

Adj.
b, (fr.

his epithets y&t 170^0$
/?pa,

See and yed-

iyavTO[jia^ia, -as,

(fr.

same,
the

and

[id%rj

a

fight) the

war of

Yzuxdvris, -ov,

same, and -ntvia want) poor in land, of no estate; poor, indigent, hungry,
starved.

giants.
d.
sin.

by Sync, and Cras.

ofy>?paj.

'yapTov, -ov, TO, the kernel of the grape; the refuse of grapes after

r?/pato'f,and Poet. Tr)pa\tos,-a,-ov, old age) old, aged; Ywirovia, -a?, //, (fr. same, and (fr. yrjpas husirovos labour) agriculture, decayed, broken down, worn out ;

pressing.
.:,
,

-eos-ovs, Att. -EWJ,

6,

(fr. last)

belonging to the grape,

bandry, tillage. Twirovs, -o&os, b, (fr. same, and irovs the foot) a husbandman, far-

IpdvTevffi,

ancient, old-fashioned, antique. Poet. Ion. and Sync.
1 a. par. act. fory/pd(ra(ri,d. pi.

or rather to the kernel, or refuse
after pressing,

mer, labourer.

ofy>?pdu).

Fwopyarai, 3
pass, of Fewpytw -w,
f.

sin. cont. pres. ind.

Trjpas , -OLTOS -aog ~
tpdarjs

-co y,

TO, old age.

-avTosi b, (perhaps fr. yj/ , the earth, and yaw to be born) a son of the earth, earth-born ; a

-ijaw, p. ytwoyriKa

and fpyov (fr. same, or cultivate the land.
rttopyfafyo?, -ov,
b,

work)
(fr.

to

til

sin. 1 a. sub. act. FJ;giant. the wild carrot. neut. par. pres. act. of fiyyioiov, -ov, rd, pdo-Kov, and Tripdu) -w, f. -daw, p. F<yyA(ff//df, ov, b, a tickling, gentle ipdffKto excitement. to be old; to (fr. last)

2

f),

same

yy^pa:a, grow old, decay, wear
1 a.

out, fail.

yy'Xvfibs, -ov, b,
b,

arable, Jit for tillage.

act. ind.

tyi'ipaaa'
y7?P<

sub. yrj- Tiyypas, -ov,

a hinge, joint. a small pipe, fife

Tsupyia, -as, >/,

(fr.

same) agricul

Vai)

TAA
1't'yvouot, prerf.

FA I

TAT

impr. yiyvov, sec

rise
Alt.

TOM
->/s,

rXwrra,

%

I'otpou)

-to,

f.

-wo"w,
(fr.

and

conscious oj insufficiency
pres.
inf.

;

to ac-

the tongue ; a tongue, language, in the speech, converse; the tongue

last) to cloud, overcloud, darken, overcast.
-to,
f.

-;<rw,

quiesce, submit ; to waver, doubt.

mouth piece of wind instruments. and rXuffc-aXyta, -aj, ^, (fr. last, or joatn in riAyo? pain) disease
the

vo<j>utiris,

-tos -ovs, b,fi, (fr.

same)

tongue; grief caused by the tongue or by ill language. knees, kneeling. r\(i)affdpiov, -ov, TO, (dim. of'same) a little tongue ; the tip or point ; >w, Ion. for iyvu>, 3 sin. ind. or a tenon; a latch, latchct. sub. 'to, yv&s, YVM, pi. -S>r, -wm, d. pi. Tv&vat, Tv&Qi, -wrw, impr. rXoVcr?;, -?7J, f), for yXworcra,
yXu>cro77<n, for yXtocrcratj.
inf.

cloudy, dark, gloomy. 'vow -w, and IVw//t, f. -wao), p. iyvdiKa, obs. see yiv&oKb). the (fr. ydvv the knee) on 'j'i>,

cont. yviaffifjia^elv. wens, -(o?, Att. -cus, d, (fr. ytv&cKd) to know) knowledge, learning,

information discernment.

;

judgment,

wcTfos, -a, -ov, (fr. same) to be known, must be acknowledged, &c.
ewer???, -of, 6, (fr.

same) knmi:-

ing, skilful, clever, expert, comSubs, a judge, witness ; petent.

2

a.

act.

rXwo-o-<ko/ioi>, -on, rd, (fr. yXwcro-a

-irai, pi.

-owCs,

rVtoo-o^a<, -y, -o"ovrat, 1 f. ind.
for

a

'seer,

soothsayer.
-TI,

ctoc-roy,

-bv, (fr.

a tongue, and *o//ao to keep) case for the tongues of wind instruments a box, purse, pouch.
;

a

same) known, same) an ac-

mid. of yivt&ffKu).
'u>H<i,
'ijofia,

acquainted; to be known.
yvutj-itj.

-as, a,

Dor.

rwrof, -ov,

b,

(fr.

-aros, rb,

(fr.

yivutaKW to

TX<i)oo6Tp.riTO$, -ov, o, ^, (fr.

and

Tijuvd)

to cut)
off",

tongue cut
tongue.

same, having the having lost the
-17170),

know) knowledge ;
'coeval,

acquai}ita?ice ; experience, proof, trial. Dor. and Att. for
vai. see

quaintance, friend, companion; akin, related; a cousin, brother.
'wrw, 3 sin. 2 a. impr.
IVwtoc-(,

ymoovcw.

Poet, for yv&m, 3 pi. 2 a. sub. of yivwffKta, which see.
(obs. from which yn-wc-Kto borrows some tenses) to know; to call so as to be known or heard ; to shout clearly. HIOVTI Dor. for yonotxn -&ai, 3 pi. pres. ind. of
'ww,
>ato -to,
f.

rXw(7<roTo/<fu -w,
croTtTuriKa,
(fr.

f.

p. yXwo"to

same)

c*

ot<

the tongue.

(& yc^wtr/cw to '7j an opinion, sentiment, sentence, judgment ; purpose,
~'7S?

know)

rXaxTO-op^aptTowrfs, -tor, pres. par. of
-a>,
(fr.

will, design, mind; the understanding ; a proverb, maxim saying, d. pi. Ion. yvw^ai. rXoxro-o^apirdw %aptTou to sooth) to flatter, de- PvtDyn, see yv6u>, and VIVWGKW. ceive, delude with fair words, rvu>fuKbs, -TI, -bv, (fr. same) sentenspeak smoothly. tious, pithy, expressive, energetic,
oi,

n. pi.

same, and

-a<rw,

alsoToa^w, Poet.

to

groan, bemoan, lament, mourn, bewail ; to shriek, twitter, par. 1
pass, yorjdds. Syypo?, -ou, o, a conger, kind of
f.

proverbial. rXw(7<rw(57j,-os-ouj,6,^, (fr.same) ~ / \ 1C having the tongue well hung; talk- LVtOjuoAoyicws', (tr. yi'to/; an opiative, loquacious ; like a tongue. nion, and X/yw to speak) earrXtorrfrcoj, -/), -oi', (fr. yXw'rra Att. prcssivdy, pithily, proverbially for same) tongued, having a briefly. like or concerning the Tvi^/jnav. -ovof, b, f], (fr. yd/wovco tongue,

a.

,

-uffw, p.

yy<JyyuKa,
1 a. act.

to
;

murmur,
to

buzz, purl ; to mutter

grumble, repine.

yo"y-

tongue.
j,
(j't,

to

ears or heads of corn.
;

discerning, judicious instructive, subs, an examiner
er

know)

a corner, angle. TvdOos, -ov, >j, and Tvad^bs, -ov, b, fr. (perhaps yva/^-w to bend) the jaw, jaw or cheek bone ; tht
edge, barb
teeth ; the inside

inquirer; a discoverer, informtest ; the style of ; a proof, dial, the index of any instrument

<

yeydyyva^ni. ryyi'X7, -775, and Toyyv\is, -itog, a turnip ; a cake. /;, (fr. next) Yoyyv\o$, -tj, -ov, and Toyyt'X(oj, -or, 6, TI, round, globular.
iyyv(Tnb$, -ov, b, (fr.

yvffa. per. pass,

TvttJvai,

see y<vtoCTKw.
f.

Tvti)pl%(a,

-?crw,

]>.

yt'wpt>ca,

(fr

yoyyt>w to murmur) amurmuring. buzzing;
a grumbling, repin ing ; disr.ontt.nt.
-ov, b, (fr. same) a murmurcr, grumbler. >?, -a, -bv, (fr. yoaw to groan) grievous, dismal, gloomy; wretch,

of the cheek ;

c

gnaving,

bite.
ti

same) to make known, explain show, declare, discover, disclose
know, distinguish, recognise acknowledge, have acquaintanc with; to become known, grov into acquaintance, become plain
appear.
inf.

rvafldtd -G, f. -axro), (fr. last) strike on the check or jaw.

to

Tvddwv, -wro;,
site,

terer, led-captain.

6, (fr. same) apara-\ spunger, s-m ell-feast; aflai-\ Also a name for such characters, Gnatho.

ed, miserable, distressed.
r6t), -T)$,
i7//[,

1 a.

act. ind.

curvTvafiTTTos, -//, -bv, (fr. next) ed, bent, crooked ; flexible, supple, pliant.
TvdfjiirTd),
f. -i w ) p. -(j>a, to bow, bend, crook; to incline, persuade, turn, alter, change. f.

yv<apiaac par. ind. pres. pass. } impr. yj'wpj'^otj, 3 sin. yvwpj ftr0o>. per. pass, tyv^picrfjiai 1 a. pass. ind. yi/top<V07?v sub
,

same as yonrda. fj, same as yoaw or yoalvu).
.

>ris,

pres. inf. yoijvat, Dor. yofiucvai -T/TOS, b, an enchanter, magi-

cian, sorcerer; a hypocrite, impostor, cheat ; a juggler, conjurer.

Torirda, -as,
-ov, 6,
f,,

r;,

(fr.

last) imposture,
;

(fr. last)

known

imposition, hypocrisy
sorcery.
Tor}TviJ.a, -aros, rb,

a cliarm,

rVaflTto, Xvdirrw or Tvd<pi>),

-i^/co,

familiar,

intimate,

acquainted

to full, cleanse, dress p. tyvafya, or comb cloih ; to tear, lacerate ;

comp. yvu)(3ijuo)Tpo, sup. -tora TO S.
wptff^a, -Sroj, ro, (fr. same) wo<e, notice; a mark, sign, to ken; a discovery, disclosure, in

(fr.

same) a
in-

to depress, crush, reduce,

subdue.

cheat, imposture; cantation.
Tor/rtvo),
f.

a charm,
-evica,

Yvafaiis, -tos,

&,

(fr.

last)

a fuller,

-vao), p.

(fr.

wool-comber.
Tvr}ffios, -a, -ov, (fr.

same)
nate,

yivo^ai to be) legitimate, lawfully born; genuine, true; akin, of full blood.

formation.
vupiw,
1
f.

to enchant, charm, fascibewitch ; to juggle, cheat,

-ties,

Att.

impose.
TonrYicbs,
tive,
-r],

act. of

same.

-bv, (fr.

same)

decep;

yvTjffJWTfpof. TvTjatws, (fr. last) legitimately, ge.

comp.

Vwcra(, Ion. for Trwo-T/, 2 sin. o -r/, -trai, 1 f. mid.
i;

fraudulent, imposing gical, relating to charms.
FoXyofld, indecl.

ma-

nuinely, truly, sincerely. Tvovs, n IVoiV, 2 a. opt. act.
pi.

Golgotha.

o)0'0?70'ow<zi,

-TI,

-tTcti,

1

f.

me

F<5//oppa, -as,

Tvovres, Tvovra, par. 2

a

act. of yivwo-Kto.
Tvo(j>tob$, -a, -bv, (fr.

nex

Fvt6(T0^Tt, -0)jrti), 1 a pass. impr. pass. rVtoo-fla?, par a. pass, of same.

Fo>o?,

Gomorrha. fi, Syriac, to be -oi), 6, (fr. yf/jno full) a freight, load, burden; merchandise, wares, goods.
-affw,
(fr.

dark; stormy, tempestuous. Tv66os, -ov, b, (perhaps fr. vi6os a cloud) a thick dark cloudj darkness, dimnets.

vuHn/ia^fo) -to, (fr. yrwcri? know ledge, and ^a'^ojuai to fight) change opinion of one's pmvers

Ton<f>id^(a,

yd/i^os

a

acknowledge

weakness, (126)

wedge) to have the teeth set mi edge, make the teeth tingle. a ft, o, (fr. rame)

.

TOP
like

TPA
a Gorgon
6
g. Ion.
; it.
,

rpi
ible^frightful,
Z7i
,

breaking; a tingling or edging of the teeth. v, b, (fr. same) a grindoc& tooiA. er, double or oi/, ipiie ; a ov, 6, a ; a jaw-tooth ; a bolt, wedge, peg
r.'ashing,

-,},

-dv, (fr. last) /ineor,

p&os, -ov,

Gordias, a man's

/ins.
17,

name.
Totiv, (fr.

iW/ew.

earns, -f^os,

ofd ag-e; the slough

yf yet, and 5v however) truly, indeed^ certainly, surely;
then, for, since,

of a

serpent.

bar. d. pi. Ion.

-S,
nail,

f.

-oxrw,

(f-.

last)

to

pa-rios, -a, -ov, (fr. ypa^w to therefore, therewrite) must write, ought to be written. upon ; hence, accordingly ; hou-at least, even ; for instance, Tpar-bc, -/;, -dv, (fr. same) written, e ever, ver, east,

fasten with nails or pegs.
)/j

as for 'example.
rovvdc^0[iai,f.
ftai
,

composed

;

inscribed, engraven.

Att. -o>s, i/i^uo-is, -tos,
tain kind

a

cer-

and Fovvdo(fr.

also FpaVo-os, Fpa'o-os, -ov, 6,
'

Fpdos,

of articulation of bones; a joint.

the

-ovjiai,

f.

-(jiCO'fiai,

yd

Jia'j, -/os, Att. -/us, o, (fr. ylvoa father, sire, parent ; pai to

yovvara, to feed) grass, herbage, hay. a. v. pi. Fovvao-tt d. pi. ol 'M> ->?Si hi (fr same) i/je priizand by tes; generati'jn, conception, proTpavs, ypo'os, >/, Ion. Fpi?i3s, ydrv. Dialys. Fp^t-s, an old woman. pagation : birtli, origin; seed, TovvoTo-t, Ion. for yovvot$, d. pi. of a child. for ydvosoffspring ; TpaQtiov, -ov, TO, (fr. ypd^/w to yovvds, ~EO$ -ous, o, fj, (fr. os, -of, 6, //, (fr. same) breedwrite) an iron pointed instrument 'vvo7ra^i)s
ing, prolific
;

bej a progenitor, ancestor, n. pi. yovfS -?Si yovfwv, d. yovtvat, a. yov/aj -as, and yov/;as-

the knee) to kneel, fall on the knees: to embrace the knees armpits. supplication ; to pray, beg, en- FpoVo-os, -ov, fi, (perhaps fr. y/jpvj a treat. 1 a. mid. voice) the shout of soldiers chargtyovvacd^v. par. ing, a war-song, cry of battle. pres. mid. cont. yovvov/m-os or ydvara. n. Fp-iortSi -tos, Att. -wsi '/ (fr- ypdw vva0', for

and Fpas, the dirt, scourings or refuse of wool ; the smell of the

fruitful,

fertile.

Subs, a fertile

spot, productive

same, and rani's thick) thick the knees, having large knees.
Fovvds,-?), -dv, Poet, for'yovds. Fovruv or yovt'fcu', g. pL of ywv.
><3o-a,

eit

with v;hich the ancients wrote on
their
cil ;

waxed
an

Tovoppota, or Fovoppa, -as, f/, (fr. yovT; the privities, and pit* to flow) a running in the loins,
gonorrhoea.

par.

pres.

fern.

cont.

yoa'w.
F,pd/?(ov, -ov, TO,

a pointed stake ;

rpa0i's,-/os, a painter, engraver ; a librarian. Foa^ft) -w, Att. for ypd<j>w. a /> (fr- same) a writing, r),->)S,

tablets, a stylus, peniron pen, engraving tool. Att. -fws,o,(fr. same)

iw -5,
to

f.

-i/c

(fr.

same)

torch, brand.

writings; the scriptures; a pic-

run at
,

(fr.

ture, drawing; Fpa?a, -as, >j, (perhaps fr. accusation. and rovdppoioy, -ov, 6, ;, old) an old woman, wife. same) afflicted with a gonor- Tpatotov, -ov, rb, (dim. of last) a TpdtinQt, 2 sin.

the loins.

an indictment,
Fpa^^Tw^av, 2
Fpa^ds, of ypd$u.
(fr.

rhoea.

little

or decrepit old
-rj,

woman.
Tpi/jiKn^,
-01

pi. 1

a.

impr. pass.
-/),

Tdvoj, -ov, 6, yoi'>5Fovoj, and Poet, yovvds, -ou, b, ^,

same

as

paiKbs,

-dv,

and

par. 2

a. pass,

same as

ydvfyoj.

comp. yov&ri-

6, ^, (fr. same) old, elderly. pau-ds, -^, -dv, Greek, Grecian.

Fpa0Kds,

-dv,

same)

like

poj, sup. -uiraroj. ready at the pen. ydvaroj, yovvo?, and Fp////a, -aros, ro, (fr. ypa'^w to yovvaroj, rd, the knee; d. pi. write) a fetfer of the alphabet Fpa^tKws, (fr. last) expressively; and yorvairo't. a written work handwriting; naturally, to the life. ydvafff , yovvaci, rovvr^rfw -w, f. -f,cr<i), p. ytyowbook; an account, journal; c Tpa<piov, -ov, rd, see ypa^ftov, and

writing, graphical, well drawn or described; quick at writing,

Yon, yd vv of,

'

:

'

iririjKa, (fr. last,

and irtru

to fall)

deed,

bill,

band; an
iav,

act, law.

to kneel, fall on the knees; to fall prostrate; to supplicate. 1 a. act

letter, epistle ;

ra, (pi. of last) a writings, a book ;
;

Fpn^is, -tfos, ft, (fr. next) an iron' pen or stylus; the drawing

of lines.
Ypd(po),
'

literature,

learning
fj,

writings,

i. -iL'U),

p.

ytyfrf&j ongi-

Too?, -ov, 6, (fr. yoa'w to groan) grief, sorrow, wo; mourning, lamentation for the dead, a
dirge.

the scriptures.
afifnareta, -as,
(fr.

same)

lite-

or scrape nally to grave, <mgrctve lines c* figures on some flat
sjtftace
to
;

rature, learning, books.

knowledgefrom
.

to

write, inscribe;
to

to
;

describe, represent,

draw, paint

Fdpytjof, and Fopydvto?, -a, -ov, (fr. Fopywi' Gorgon) like a Gorgon; horrible, Jrightful, terr\fic. Fopytvu, f. -evffw, (fr. same) to f hasten, speed, move swiftly ; f
vibrate,

scribe,

a////arvsi ->?, b, secretarv /
f.

compose, write a book ;

en-

of law;

interpreter r*ju:n clerk, recorder.
,

an

-v<rw,

(fr.

last) to

act, decree ; to accuse, indict ; to direct, prescribe, instruct, teach; to graze. 1 a. act. ind.

act as secretary
afipariKri, -i/s, >;, viz. grammar.

quiver, flash

;

f'

* care ,

(fern, of next)

fypa^/a' sub. ypdipu, -ns, -TJ. per. pass, yfypapnat. 1. a. pass. ind.
cypd(pQi)V impr. ypd<j>6r/Tf par.

terrify, frighten. -'" a ' (P 1 - o{ Fopywv) Fopydvff, the Cforgons ; furies.

rt^vrj,

appariKOs,
write)

->?,

-ov, (fr.

ypaQw

to

ropyoj, -TI, -ov, swift, quick; darting, flashing ; terrifying, fright-

grammatical ; literary. Subs, a teacher, grammarian.
af<//ar(n->)?, -ov, b,
(fr. same) a grammar, schoolmas-

Tpau, and Fpaivu, f. -c~w, to eat, eat up, corrode, consume, devour.
jawcvs, -fos -ov$, 6, f], (fr. ypavf an old woman) of or like an old

Fopyovj, sin. of Fopyw.
Fopyi'pa, -as,
fi,

ful, terrible, fierce.* a. pL of last.
(fr. yrj

teacher of

Also

g.

ter ;

a pedant ; a

clerk ;

a book-

woman;
bulous.
irjyopid)

aged, doling;

silly, fa-

seller, stationer.

the earth,

and opvo-ffd) to dig) an underground passage for water, tunnel, sewer, drain; a pit, dungeon.

same, and

-ov, b, (fr. Si^dytcta to teach) a
-tog,
b,

-5,
f.

by Aphaer.
-*7(7a>,

for

typrj-

yopfu,

p.

ypi;ydp^ca,

schoolmaster, preceptor.
(fr.

Fopyw, man's name.

-dos -ovs,

^

Gorgo, a wo-

same, and tiadyu to introduce) a teacher, instructer ; a magistrate.
apfjifl, -rig, 17,

(fr. ytpa to rouse) to watch, lie awake, be awake, be vigilant ; to For tenses see live, be alive.

cypTjyopita*
>ny6pr)ffi$, -ios,

Att. -EWS, #,

(fr.

Topywv, -dvoj, o, an imaginary monster of Africa ; a hag, fiend,
fury.
Also,
(fr.

(fr.

same) a

line,

last) lying

awake; watchfulness,
fypjjyopois, par. per.

mark,

yopyds nimble)

swiftness, activity.

division, separation ; starting place at races, marked by a line drawn on the ground ;

the

vigilance.
for

ypqyoplw or typnyoptu.
log, Att. -fws, 6, (fr. ypf.

Topy^-, -WTTOS, 6, %, (fr. last, and w\i the face) Gorgon-visaged,

a

line

on a chess board ;
(127)

the last

ros a net) afithermam.

TYJ
-

TTM
same
(fr.

TTN
wanting
halt, cripTTJTl.

-"""i

(

fr -

jibs, -', -bv,

(fr.

last)

nudity, d.
rvfiv6u> -w,
f.

tin.

yvftv6

-Xros, TO,
?,

same)
gain

limb,

maimed, lame,

ca/cA, capture; profit,

pled; deficient in any part.
-w, f. -wo-w, (fr. same) tc break a limb; to lame, maim cripple; to render weak, impotent or defective.
noKfdri, -qs,
>],

w<rw, p. -w/ca,

(fr.

and rp ftros, -ov, o, and also -tos -ou?, rd, a
,

same)
lage,

to

strip,

uncover
to

;

to pil-

net, seine
t<

rob,

plunder;
show.
1

expose,
inf.

drag; anddle, puzzling question
(i'r.

discover,

a.

act.
1

ypd<j>w to write)

write.
S, ?,
,

-dSos, fa

an old sow
painters.

iriori

a

fetter)

same, and fetters, chains ; a
(fr.
b,

syv/jiv^Qrjv' inf. yaftvwOrivai' par. yvnvwOeis, a. sin.

yvfuvSjaai' par. pass. ind.

yvpvwcras.

a.

-aov,

o?,

shackle.

tht -ov, b, a javelin, dart ; in the foot of a spear.

n6%a\Kos, -ov,

fa

(fr.

same
oj

Tviivtocis,

-tos,

Att.

and %a\Kbs brass) with limbs
brass, very strong,

last) nakedness,

-jwf, fa (fr. bareness, desti-

Tpv, any thing very small,
the nail.

mite,
a,

mote, chip, splinter, the black

Vpv^w,

f.

-fr, p.

-%,

(fr.

last)

woman. yvfivbs naked) to exercise naked, practise for the public games ; to TvvalKas -Ka, -K$, -K}, -icbs, -KWV, a grunt, grunting. cases of yvvrj. exercise, employ, engage, train TwatKela, -wv, TO, (neut. pi. of pres. impr, act. yvjivafy. Tpvpata, -as, h, (fr. ypv a mote) o and Tvfuvacris bag, wallet, pouch; any thing Fvpvaaia, -as, fa next) circumstances incident to women. insignificant. -tog, Att. -ias, fa and Tv/tvac/Aa, Tpvxbs, -n, -ov, (fr. ypv\l/ a griffin) -aros, rb, (fr. last) practice, rvvaiKtws, -a, -ov, (fr. yvvfl a wohooked, crooked; bowed, bended; training, exercise. man) feminine, female ; wohook-nosed, aquiline ; with a 'vnvciaiapXfu -5, f. -^o-w, (fr. last, manish, effeminate., delicate. Tvhooked beak. and ap%ti the chief) to^ regulate vaiKeiov, viz. c&pa, the women's
rpv\\lfo,
b,
(fr.

mutter, growl, grumble, grunt. to grunt. f. -fob*,
last)

most robust, tution. nudeis) par. 1 a. pass, of yvidu. Tvva, Dor. for Tvvat, v. sin. of TvXibs, -ov, b, (perhaps fr. yva\b$ ywvtf. hollow) a soldier's canteen. FwaiKapiov, -ov, Tb, (dim. of yvvfi a woman) a weak, sitty, vain >ivda), f. -a<r<i>, p. yeyv/jivaKa, (fr

; -ov, b, (fr. ypvfa to grunt) a grunting, grunt. and TpvTdpia, -u>v, TpvTT], -TJS, fa -TO., (fr. ypv a mite) poorfurni-

gymnastic a school.

exercises, preside over

apartments.
Tvvana'/'ios, T^on. for yvvaineios
vaiicias, -ov, b,
(fr.

or -YOf, -ov, b, (fr. 'vfjLvaffidpYns same) a teacher of gymnastic
exercises, schoolmaster.
'vpvaffiapftta,

man) q womanish
person.

a woyvvfj or effeminate

ture, lumber; old clothes, frippery.
TpvTo-rriaXrjs,

TrwA/to

-ov, b, to sell) a

(fr.

last, seller of

and
old

-as, fa (fr. same) the regulation or direction of a

vaiKtaafibs, -ov, b, (fr.

same)/e;

male delights or endearments
courtship, compliments, flattery.

lumber ; a broker. a griffin, an imaTpvij/, -virbs, b, ginary winged monster ; a kind
clothes or

gymnasium.
'vpvdaiov,
-ov,
b,
(fr.

yv/.

artouai -ovpai,

f.

-t)aofjLai,

of eagle,
corrode)
cavern.

the ossifrage.

naked) a place of exercise, school for training for public games;
practice, exercise.

Tpc5v>7, -rjs, fa

(perhaps
hollow

fi;.

ypdw

to

p. -vital, (fr. same, and Kpariu to rule) to submit to or be directed by women, be governed by

a

rock,

cave,

vfivacrfos, -a, -ov, (fr. yvpvi ^ to train) must exercise, to "be

a wife; to gratify, indulge a wife. par. pres. pass. cont. yv.

Fpwvoj, -n, -ov, (fr. last) hollow, cavernous; deep.

practised or trained.
vpvaffrris,
cises.

-ov,

b,

(fr.

same) a
vernment.

Tva or

rvrj, Ion.

and Tv(a,

-as, fa

master or teacher of public exervuvaffTiKos,
-fi,

ion to

-a?, h (fr. same) women, female go-

ground, land ; a field, an acre ; ploughed or fallow land.
TvdXai,
(fr. next) a Megarean word, drinking cups. Tva\ov, -ov, Tb, a cavity, holla*,, ; the palm or hollow of the hand; a valley, glen, dale ; a cave, den ;

-bv, (fr.

same)

be-

ivatKOfiavfis, -tos -ovs,

b, fa

(fr.

-(av,

al,

a

trench, fosse, (fr.

yvdXoio. rvaXbs, -fa -bv, (fr. last) handy, of a size to be handled.

same, and nalvo/iai to dote) fool, longing to public exercises, concerning the practice of or trainishly fond of women; lascivious. ing for them. ivaiKbs, g. TvvaiKi, d. sin. ofyvvfi. V.*at7TtK:w?, (fr. last) with exer- rvvaiKO<p(\as, -a, b, Dor. for cise, by practice, in training. ivaiicoipfaris, -ov, b, (fr. yvvfj a last) g. Ion. *>1%, -TJTOS, fa ~- rvpvfms, -ov, woman, and $Aoj fond) fond oj b, a n ffnf armed (fr. yv/jivbs naked) las-

women;

soldier.

effeminate, delicate; civious; libidinous.
-cos -ovj,
6,
fa

TEVw,

f.

-evffia,

p.

yeyv[ivfj-

T

rvapKfc, -tos -ovs, b, fa (fr. yvlov a limb, and apKiu to suffice) invigorating, strengthening ; fresh, lively, lusty, vigorous; who be-

**<aiK(!)6r)s,

a, (fr. last) to be naked or ill clad ; to wear light armour, serve as a light armed soldier ; to skir-

(fr.

samt^ woman-like, becoming a

woman;
cate ;

womanish,

fe^^n^

tender, deli-

mish.

a woman,

effeminate.
-r),

gets lusty limbs. Tiytj, -TJS, fi, a woman's, and Tva man's name, Gyge, ytjs, -ov, b,

yuuva^u to exercise) gymnastic, about public sports or games.
pviicbs,

-ov, (fr.

ivaiK&v, -GJvos, b, TvvaiKurvtnjs, -ov, b, and TvvaiKwvtTis, -trios, fa (fr same) the ivomen's apart-

and Gyges.
Tvrjs,

fivoiraifila,
(fr.

-as,
Tralf

-vo,

b,

yvri

ploughed

naked, and
cise

(fr. yvpvbs fa a boy) the exer-

ments; an inner chamber; house for women.

a

land) the plough-heafl on which the sock is fixed.
TvioSdfias, -a,

or sports of naked boys; a Spartan dance.
fa

and Poet, b, Dor. a limb, and <5a/mw to (fr. yvfov subdue) who masters the limbs ; wrestler. able, lusty ; epithet of ^ and Tvioxdpos, -ov, b, fa (fr. same, Koptw to satisfy) working or wearying the limbs, fatiguing,
toilsome, laborious.

vvaiov, -ov, rb, (dim. of yvvr) a

-bv, (fr.

yvlov a limb,

woman) a
woman.
for

little

woman,
pi.

silly

and p6vo$ only) naked, bare, uncovered; unarmed, light armed;
uncased, unsheathed ; bare, mere, only; open, exposed, manifest; devoid, destitute.
'vpvo<ro<j)icrTai, -G>v,oi, (fr. last,

yvvat^i, d.

of
yovfi

-aiKbs, fa (perhaps

fr.

birth)

yvvat,
Kl' a.

a woman, wife. v. sin. madam, mo?am. d. yvvaiyvvaTica,

Futov, -ov, TO, a limb, member, particularly a hand or foot; any

and a wise man) the Gymnosophists or naked philosophers of India ; a fakir or dervis.
ao<j>iaTt)s

and Dor.

yvvijv'

d. pi. yvvai^t.

vvvis, -i6of, b, Poet, forytfvis, (fr.
last)

womanish, effeminate, de-

larger part

of the frame.

HTOS,

fi,

(fr.

same) no-

licate, tender.

(128)

AAi
JYxtvoj,
-17,

AAi

-ov,

(fr.

yv^

a vulture)

AAK
Aats, -ttoj,
$,
(fr.

AAM
/t^/rf,

same) a

AAP
p. ctSdvttKa,
(fr.

AA0
Sdvos a loan)
to

lau

Ukt tourcl
laurel.

'

-rued

viiti

sin. per. pass. AtotKTo, for tc&EKTo, 3 sin. pper, of foxo/tai. pass,

per. pass.
for

A^,^, i.ySync.
by
(>t&cpf,ptiv t

AadioivEOs, -ov, o, ^, and Ad<poirb$ -ft, -bv, (fr. od intens. and (poro^

ScK&s, par. per.
-aai,
-rat,

Jict.

Aio^ai
inf.
;

dEOE/jirjuevos, par. per. pass. Aetinijpnv, in 3 sin. Atopr/To, Sync, and Ion. ibr

and

Af^ffOat,

in

gore) bloodstained, gory
thirsty ; red,

;

blood-

Aedeplvos, -n, -ov, par.

ruddy
,

;

red-streak

of

(5fw.
,

ed, speckled wiLli

and by Sync.

E^^f^rrro, pper. pass. of Cfjuw or Jjuaco for (5/<aa>. ^at,-xrat, per. pass, of
.'tv

3

sin.

Aa^'tAtta, -as,

>/,

(fr. Sa^'i\rjs

abun-

per. act. of <5f//w.
,

dant) plenty, abundance wealth ; splendour, grandeur

AfSero, AlSevro, Ion. for
1

Dor.
boiKa,
OO'IKW,

for

same,

1

sin.

eoldcTo,
pi.

3

AcoiKapL of 611

sin,

pomp

;

liberality,

munificence

and
of

by Apos.
cElod).

ciooiK

^

per.

tSttiovTo,

3

pper. pass

mid. of

'!/

of'w.

per.

aub. mid. of oEtcw,
for

Aad>t\vio, f. -v<fu>, (fr. same) t furnish, provide, supply ; to b
enrich.

liberal, bestow, Arfo^at, to be fully provided ; to abound, have in plenty ; to em-

Af -irai, ppfut. StJ-Oftati -rj, Jffo, per. impr. pass, of df%onai. Ion. for Aai//t- Acf%aTai, Afjf'^aro,
i

used Poet,
coKv/jLai,

C-

per. pass,

same. and AECOKTJ-

ptvos, par. per. pass, of SoK(d>.

ual, 3

pi.

per. a

oi r/aav,

3

pi.

pper. pass.

or oi&oKTai, 3 sin. i per. pass, of OOKfd).
EC-oKi/jtaanai,

ploy one's self, be anxious, b.u$u about.
Aas//tAi)s,

in

1

pi.

AcSoKifidff-

-o?

-ovs, o,

11,

plentiful,

fCpa, -as, -, per. raid A<5/jav, Ion. for fSsofiEiv, pper. mid. of
at,

abundant, rich, wealthy; splendid, costly, stately; liberal, free, bountiful.

usOa, per. pass. AtooKiuaaufvos, par. per. pass, of coKtudld). ooKifjiaffntvd)s, (fr. last) as migftt
be expected, according to expectation.

-ai, -Krai, per. pass, of
per. act. in
1

Aai^tAw? and Aa^tAf'wj,
abundantly, plentifully
didly
;

(fr.
;

last)

>'i\u)Ka,

pi.

A<5r/-

EcoKTai,
Kfd).

3

sin.

per.

pass, of So-

splen'

&dd>uv,

liberally, bountifuliy. 1 pi. 2 a. sub. act. of data).

-crai,

-rat,

pass.
per.
fSrjffOE,

But Aaw^v, 1 pi. of 2 a. sub. pass, of &ame, or 1 pi. pres.
sub. cont. of Safd).

AEdn/jiiovpywitfvos,

per par

ESonh'os, -n, -ov,

par. per. pass. Aicorai, 3 sin. per. ind. pass.
<5t'dW|Ut.

pass, of crifiiovpyfu).

of

same as

fiEonyiivoi

2

pi.

per. opt. pass.

dr/r, AEodvaro, Ion. and Dor. vnro, 3 sin. pper. pass.
at, -o-at,

Al,

yet,

but, for, and,^ truly, indeed; however, nevertheless, notw'Jistanding ; then, therefore;

ppfut. Of old). i$n%a, per. act
of}d)fiai,

-rai,

ind.

Aper.

coaof.iEvos,

-rj,

-ov,

par.

certainly, surely, verily ; moreover, furthermore, beside; forsooth ; nay, but, pray, pray now.

As an enclitic and sometimes

it

is

intensive,
to,

of So%dd). par. per. pass, of opvd)'. AioopKa, per. mid. A<5opKwj, Af'Jt' for, ^f'^ta, in 1 pi. c par. per. mid. of StpKd). 3 sin. per. mid. of per. ind. mid. of f>t'<5w. AtoopKE, ctpKw, used impersonally. It s, par. per. pass, of appears,
ind.

and

pass,

'

signifies

to-

it

seems,

it

is clear

or evident.

wards. Aiarai for oEoearai, Ion. for S^EVrai, 3 pi. per. pass, of <5fw.
AfypEvos, -^Eol. for c0yn?vos, par. Or for per. pass, of
of^ofiai. par. pres. pass, of

,onjK6vr;Ka, per. ind. act. of (5ta- AtSorai,
KOVfd).
,oifjT>jKa for oEStatrnKa, per.
fit.

3

sin.

per. pass, of SlSiapi.

ind.

A8ov\VKa,
act.
Sov\d)[jiai,

1

-\EiiKafiLEV,

act. of Siairdu.
.tffiOi,

of oov\Vd).
-<rat, -rat, ind.

per.

and Poet.
Slci/ii,

Ai'<$t0t, pres.

Aper.

c%6uvos,
same.

impr. of

same

as cdow.

ind. &iKa(d)[iai, -crat,-rrtt,
oiKai(.i)nvos, par. per.
1

A'

Sov\d>[jivos, -T], -ov, pass, of oov\6di.

par.

&ioaa, per. mid. and Aoad>s, par.

pass, of

and
and 2
act.

-via, -bs, par. per. mid.

of 6ov7:ia.
AEodnuai, per. pass, and
ftiuEv, AfftTE, pi. pres. AtSpaKa, per. act. A$paKu>s, par. ind. ofceoiui, same as OetSw or per. act. AtSpapai, per. pass, by Sync, for wiantv, fiEo'iars, par. per. pass, of
1

CEoaTjufvos, par. of oalio or Sdijui,

same as Said). AEoaiarai and Afoataro,
6inuiv-ai, 3
TO,
pi.

and 2

pi.

Ion.

for

,fotfit,

obs.

(fr. Sid)

per. mid. of odcw. to fear) same

per.

and

i5f<ku/-

pper. pass, of Said). AeoaiyuLtvos, par. per. pass, of
pi.

3

as SdSd). Eo'iTTd) or
-atria,

per. act. per. mid. of TOC^M.

Aiopopa,
for

-ffffb),

and

Afit^trru or Atdparai,

by Metath.

-mi,
of Afoaov, Poet, for
;,

-ffrai, per.

pass.

3 sin. per. pass, of <5f>w. &c. f. to fear) to AfcpoKa, by Metath. for ctcopKa, per. act. of oeoKd). affright, frighten, terrify, scare ;
also
Ar<3i'rro/./t,
(fr.

SeoapTai,

-t'a>, p.

-%a,
drt

cdSw

to

fff.r,

I :

to

par.
,

per.

pass, of

f<5aov,

2

a. act.

of

tremble^ quake, shuridcr.

A&id)yi>.vos,-ri,-ov, par. per. pass.
per. act.

per.

act.
sin.

AE^VKEI, Ion.

Afoapnai, per.

Of ClWKd).
:SiMKimai, -crat, -rat, for per. pass, of oioiKtu.
cid)Kr/ftai,

for

^ikt, 3

pper. act. of
to enter,

pass, of <5fyw. Aifaff^ai, -ffai, -crrai, per. pass? of (5ac<>, same as (Ww.

Svvd).

Aifcyuat, -fat, -Krai, per. pass, of
ai.
i,

'?HavW, Dor. for ceoprjvTai, 3 per. pass, of Sl/jLd). for EOEo^rivTo, 3 '.fip-t'iaTO, Ion.

pi.

AEC-UKW, Poet, which see.

for

Svva

ovvrjuai, per. pass, of
pi.

Stiva/jiai.

^vcrTV^nKa, per. act. of SVITTV-as, -E, or -tv,

bd-xva.^,
pres.

per. pass, of^'w or c>H>^at. Ion. for oe'nrvap.v, 1 pi.
1

ppef . pass. %0). AEou^/iEcOa, Ion. and JEo\. for cECEpjpEOa, 1 pi. AfOd)Ka,
per. pass.
Af>/v'iircr6ai for OE-

3

pi.

-Kaai,

ind. of faiirvrjui, or

pi.

per. mid. of ctEnrviw. okiaai, Ion. for <5?<ra, 1 a. act. of Set&o.

inf.

6urjffc6ai, ppfut. inf. pass, of or Sudd), for ca^idw ; or of Stfiu)
ffyjy/ca,

AE^WKEI, and per. ind. act. A(5wKto-ai>, Att. for EOEOWKEI, 3 sin. and -Ktiaav, 3 pi. pper. ind.
act. of
otowjjLi.
,

fosi^a,

and Ion. Afc%a, per.

act.

AeS/jiTjfiai,

by Sync,

for

3

sin. per.
-rj,

pass

-- A-

of ceiKvvp.1.

<$'5f/;7?Aca,

per. act.
'

Jop^fvo?,

-ov, par. per. pass.

of per. pass,

of
for

(5wp>/iat.
,

3

sin. per. ind.

'Snr;uai,

by Sync,
fl32)

Poet,

AEI
Aijly
1

-AEI
Atf]oav,t
1
f.
f

3
a.

sin.

j,res.

sub.

par.

neut.

AE/Jaa,

<5twobs.); inf. cEotiaQu.: Aphaer. otivQai. (as if fr. oiojiai)
.

AEI
AttvoAoy/a, -as, ?}, (fr. same) mence; expressiveness; amplifi-

AEK
vMf-

AEP
-av,
01, at, (fr.

same,

aud

rlffeaotf four)/erfcr;

AET
A?oaj, -Toj,Td, properly, atanned '/,;,,., An, fleece. o, a native of -vst '}) Derbe, the name of
,

pzvbt.

itnpf.

ind. pass.

i5ff]Md-

Ion.

for

chvovro,

3

pi.

pTJV-OVfJ.'TJV,

-tOV -OU,

A/p/j'v,

<r^^, -r/f, ^, (fr. icket.
fffl
,

-fTO -?TO. same) a bundle,

impf. ind. mid. of last. Att. foup/, also ovpu, for ;8p',

-ov, b,
-ov, c,

fj,

(fr.
;

same)

6owrcd,

now,
:t-o77,

vpo, here, hither, come here; heretofore, hitherto.

till

Afpy/ai, look,

-aroj,

TO,
.

(fr.

<5epca}

to

fet ettered, confined
,

a prisoner.

3

sin. 1 a. sub. act.

of Sevw.

/ook,

appear-

and

CEtr^ov, -ov, TO,

:vaotroib$, -ou, b, (fr. &EVU) to

ance
AtpEis,

;

2

sight, view, prospect. sin. pres. ind. act. 4?-

a

and
prisoner,

iroitd)

to

dye t make) a dyer, stain-

er; Adj. well dyed, deeply tinged,

n. pi. pwv, -oixra, -ov, par. pres. act. of clpaa.

-OVTEJ,

and ^uAao-ffw
d. sin.

to guard)

'i

'rfe.

a jailor,
'Gu.6u)

Alprj,

and

AEI(>>),

-rjs,

fa the neck,

ridge, peak, -/.it of a 'mountain. -ov, TO, (perhaps fr. Afpdpov,
to

a

or

-&, i. cmSEdjzbs a chain) to imprison, to bind, tie, chain, fasten. fine;
per. pass. cciar//w^0(.
:cr^cdT;/pov, -on, TO,
(!r.

offno<pv\aKi. -wcrw, p. -k)Kci, (fr.

AeVTaTOS,

-T),

-OV, (sup.
latest,

fr.

$UTpO

second)

last,

hindermosl,

farthermost, utmost. SVTE, and before an aspirate Aei/0',
here, hither,
for

tlay)
},

the beak,

or

bill

of a

5^

come, come here.

seEVTEpa, (^aeut. pi. of fcvTEpos

prison, jail.

cond)

fitvTfpws.
(fr.

same as
-wfiai,
(,

dipicw,
pi.

also

evTEpaHos, -a, -ov,

same) on
after.

3

pres. cont.

-Wo?,
Eo-Tro^w,

fa

(fr.

same) a
(fr.

prisoner,
$ftt>

the second day, the
.EVTEpEla,

day

and Poet. cEOKidwvfor

captive.
f.

Adj. captive, confined.
-werw,
to tie,

Tai, see otpKM.

-wv, ra, (fr. same) a second part, place, rank or prize ;

SepKOptviaV, AEpKOpEVaWV, JEol. g. pi ApKOja>oio, Ion. for c)sin. par. pres. mid. of Koufvov, g.

and TTOUS the foot) to govern, rule ; to domineer, tyrannize, Icrd it, usurp,
effiroiva, -as, fa
(fr.

an

inferior stale.
(fr.

MTEpEvw,

same)

to

be second,

-fa, p. At'pKU), io see, Zoofe,

f.

-%a, and
behold
;

Atp/coftat,
to

last)

a mis-

next or inferior; to follow, succeed, come next in order.

dart,

tress, lady,

queen

glance. 2 a. act. ind. toapicov, by Metath. fdpS/cov inf. Sapx. 2 f. <5apK&, anc <'>na.Klv.
oibopica, otdpoKa. per. pass. WoEpyuac. 1 a pass. ind. E^fpyJJr/vpar. ooy0(y< Ajp/*a, -UTO?, TO^ (fr. 6ipct) to flay}
<5paK<5.

<riroavvri, -???, fa (fern, of next) a young lady ; the master's

per. mid.

anc

daughter ; dominion, rule, sway.

&EVTp6yovos, -ov, b, fa (fr. same, and y6vos produce) second born; of a second growth. power :vTpooEKaTri, -riSi fa (fr same, and ofKaTri tithe) the second
tithing or tenth

EffTTOGVVOS, -?, -OV, (fr. OEffxdfa to

of the

tithes re-

a hide, skin.
Aepl*aTivbsi
-/),

rule) of a master or mistress, the master's; lordly, imperious, Subs, the young lord, the master's son.
E<T-x<iTia, -as, fa (fr.

ceived by the Lcvites, to be offered for the use of the priests. Numb, xviii. 26.

-6v,

of
Afp^uXAd), skin
,

(fr. last) leather, hi, (fr.

of
to

AUTpo Aoyew -u>
next) despodominion, rule
(fr.
;

f.

-CAoi,

same)

;

to strip,

uncover, ex-

tism, tyranny; power, empire, government
EffTTOTris,

pose.
Ion. for otp Af'paf, -EOS -ovsi TO, Att. -EW j, ;, (fr. same] Aippis, -f of,

-ov, b,
lord,
;

c<rr:6$o)

to

and Aiyw (fr. same, speak) to repeat,say over again; next or secondly. speak a EVTOpo\oyia, -aj, fa (fr. same) repetition, rehearsal; a speaking
,

to
to

rule)

a

master

an owner,
;
c

or pleading secondly or after the
first.

proprietor

a

ruler, sovereign
ttEffirdTris,

a skin or

/tide

u>ii/i

</*e

hair on

fur

;

hair cloth.

AipTpov, -ov, TO, (fr. same) brane, thin skin ; the caul
bowels.

amem
of
the

despot. KMJJ.OV of the feast, to

whom

the lord or in whose

EVTEpov, (neut. of
Tff>0>?

same) see
TO,
(fr.

OEV-

honour

it

was given.
-ij,

AEUTfpoi'6'juiov,

-ov,

same,

A<r7nmY'oj,

Also,
bill.

same

-ov, (fr. last)

of a

and v6pos the law) a
teronomy.

repetition

as otpQ
1

a beak,

of tolp^drjv, AEp^0t?, par.
pass, of ofpKw.

a

lord, master, or ruler ; powerful, riatpotic; lordly, imperious

or recapitulation of the law,

Deua
;

haughty, proud.
ECTiroTtKws, (fr. last) like

a lord

or

AuTp<5i'o//oj, -ov, b, (fr. same) second, next or succeeding law

Atpw,
a
to

f.

fopw, p.

hide)
peel,

Stpa o$pKa, to flay, take off" the skin
(fr.

master

:

despotically.

,<rir6Tis, -100$) fa

same
for

strip ;

to

excoriate ;
1

t

,fYa, -as, a,

Dor.

whip, scourge, flog.
fOEipa.

a.

act

,fn;, -rjs, fa

2

a.

act.

<5apov.

Sap&.

per. pass.
titSpapai,

Metath.
2

6toapp.ai, 2 a. pass

2 f b

(fern, of next)

a pipe

flageolet, Pan's reed; a bundl of torches ; a torch, light. bound AETOJ, -rj, -ov, (fr. oew to
tie)

a secondary or explanatory law. -ov, b, fa (fr. same, and TTpuiTOff first) the first sabbath after the second day of unleavened bread, called the second
',

prime. &EVTpoS)
o'uo

-a, -ov, (anirr.

.comp.

fr.

oapr)v. Atffios, -ov, b,

f.

pass. Saprjcrouai. the month June,
(fr. <$o> t

tied ;

wrapped,
of cEVd).

tied

up.

two.

Or

rather

fr.

SEVW to

AUE,
ind.

Ion.

for aJrae,

3

sin. imp!

the Macedonians.
Afo-tj, -toj, Att. -EUJ, fa

-.vfadrjv,

Ion. for t&tviaQnv,

3 du

fall short) second, next, latter ; following, succeeding ; one of two, the other.

bind) a binding, tying, faster, ing ; a knot ; a joint, joining.

impf. of &vonai.
vioK(a,

AVTp<5u>

-ffi,

f.

-aj<ro), (fr.

last) to

Poet,
i
f.

for

emu, imp

and AEC^?, -ov, Afffjwa, -OTO j, T^, a chain, bond, band (fr. same) imprisonment, confinement ; string, ligament ; a fiUet, tu
ban;

I

5VaKov,

Ion. SEVECKOV.

mid. of otvoiia

a

halter,

cottar,

rope;

VKaftav, -ovos or -wvos, Deucalion, a man'sjiame
AEUKOJ,
-EOS -ovs, TO,
;

to reiterate, duplicate ; or do over again. iteAEVTfpwfjia, -OTOS, TO, (fr. last) ration, repetition, rehearsal ; makdoing or saying, over again. ing,

repeat,

make

AEVTfpwj,

Arfrepov and AEVTEPU,

nail, fastening.
f.

AscY/oV, oi, an

an

AEfffta, Ta, fetters.

word
p. -EVKa, (f

sweetness ;
for

new or un-

A(T/lUO),
last)
to to

-U<7tO,
to

fermented wine ; must, wort.
&EvoiaTo, Ion. opt. mid.
SEVOIVTO, pres. AEUO//EVO j, par. pres.

chain, fetter,
tie ;

confine

(fr. ci'Tpos second) secondly, in the second place. Att. -w?, fa (fr. AEVTipunris, -10$, fiVTp6d) to repeat) a repetition,

bind,
1

collect,

wrap,

t

rehearsal

;

the second place, or-

up.

a.

<$oyuu<7a,

mid. of

der or rank.
f.

ASOTUUOUIH, AEG-^EIJWV, par. pres. ind. act. of last.
(fr.

3p

,

SEvf/ffOfiai,

Poet,

and

for <5fo//at.
,

to Wet, At)0), f. GEVffb), p. SfOEVKa, water, moisten, bedew, sprinkle ;

f.

-copal, par. pres. Sev6-

to

tingBf

&crpa.

a.

chain)

same as Sw

i

see <$w.
(136)

soften;

dye, colour; Also, for ^'w,

to

to

soak, want,

AH
fail,
f.

AHA
to

AHM

be

deficient;

lack,

be

without.

A/0u>,

-^/w,p. -<t>a,torub, chafe;

to excoriate, skin, flay ; to soften.

ee oe^tw.

Ararat,
see.

Ion. for

Wftarai,

which

3 pi. pres Alysrat, 3 sin. -yovren, ind. mid. $Xr0, 2 pi. pres mid. of <%o//aj. ind. or
impr.
f.

-rfffu,

more properly

i,

which

see.

for StS%Qai, per. inf. <, Ion. 1 a. par. pass pass. for /Jvos by Sync, mid. of par. pres.

AX0V,

same as
f. <5ffo//at, p. SlSc-y^at, to take, receive, accept; to hold, contain ; to receive, meet, sustain

take;

to take upon, underapprove of, credit, believe, embrace; to hear, perceive. to suffer, apprehend, comprehend; admit of, permit, allow, bear with ;

an attack ;
to

ter ;

to entertain, treat, harbour, shelto welcome, salute ;

pledge, drink to ; to expect, look 1 a. mid. ind. eS for, await. sub. Sffa /J.TJV impr. oft-at'
in pi. oel-u>n6a, -tjaOe, inf. ott-affOac par
1

-wvra

a.

pass. ind.
T],

<$^0/S. per. mid
-ov, par. pres. mid.
raj,

3

pi.

pres.

sub

mid. of
,

last.

-a?, fa (fr.
f.

otyu to

flay)

a
to

skin, fur.
fU'f'w

-fab), (fr. same) -w, dress or curry leather ; to knead, work, rub ; to soften, make ten. 1 a. act. ind. tot^a" par. der.
f.

,

ofau, p.

fasten, knot; to gird, hoop

oioEica, to bind, tie, tie to up;

wrap^

;

to chain, fetter,

confine ; to oblige, compel, force, make necessary. 1 a. act. ind.
(orjaa'

impr. ofjaov, -dru>, in 2 pi. sub. Srjw par. 0*170-0? inf. oioevOai per. pass. Siotpaf 1 f. pass. ind. par. SfOfjiivoseSt6r)V mf. otQrjvai. 1 f. pass
orj a art'
,

to

lack, be

want, need, require ; wanting, fall short, see

biopai
AT),

and

Set.

now, already; truly, indeed by all means; therefore, for ; however, in fine,
in truth,

in short

;

forsooth, very

well

why
A?/,

? 'wherefore ? cont. for oii), pres. sub.
(fr.

AfldAwros,
&\iffKu> to

oais a fight,

of eel. anc

take) see

rb, Afjy/ia, -arof,
b, (fr.
of/leu
;

and
bite;

to bite) a a sting. gripe, grasp

Aitydw -Si, f. -uxrot, to fill. A*?er, 2 pi. pres. ind.
A*}0'
for

A?0a,
see.

same as

St,v

which

A70dyopoj,-ov,o, ft, (fr. <5/0ttlong, and ayopfvw to speak) verbose, prolix, tedious, long-winded.

S

AHM
sequester;
to

AHM

AHZ

denounce, proscribe,

AIA
anAtoTjffav,
AJJo-ot, 1

AIA
crossing over
;

AIA
move/3td-

3

pi.

1 a. ind. act.

step, gait,

a.

inf.

act.

A^o-orc,

ment.
Ata/3ia'w,
(fr. <5ta

2

pi.

of
1

A?;c-ov, 1 a.

impr. act.
Aj7<rao-0at,

intens.

and

taytXa'w -5, f. -acrw, (fr. to laugh) to tens, and yfXa'u laugh at, deride, mock; to smile

&

in-

A>7<ravT?, n. pi. ot A??o-a?, -a<ra,
-av,
1 1
f.

a.

par. act.

to force) to compel, oblige, o> constrain.

upon, gratify.
iaytv6]itvos,

-q, -ov,

par.

2

a.

a. inf.

mid.

A^o-w,

-?,
in

-t,
pi.

mid. of
over, and j3(/3du) to make pass) to carry, take or conduct over; to go over, perambulate, surlayivopai,
f.

ind.

A^o-w,
f.

-jis, -j},

2

oia<5tayv//<rot4at, p.

A>/<Ti7r, 1 a. sub. act.
<ri,

A//C-OU-

3

1 pi.

ind. act. of tew.
?
;

5cd through, and ycyfvjjftai, (fr. to be) to be present, at, yivofiat

AJjra,
Ajjrd?,

(fr. of)

then ; truly) therefore,

vey
Ata/3i6"(i>

with or
-w,
f.

among;

to

abide, last,

truly, forsooth ;
-ft,

pray

-wffw,
f.

and

AiajSido-

continue, endure.
over,
off"

Also

to

pass

-dv, last, final, extreme

farthest, utmost.

Aj^0f,
A//u, to

1 a. par. obs. see idKvu.

pass,

of C^KU,

-uo-o^ai, (fr. pai -ovpai, through, and j3i<5w to live) to lead the whole life, to pass or

or away, come to an end, be finished, concluded. 2 a.
raid. ind. 5teyV(5//^v par.

6tay-

spend the

life

through

;

to

live,

VO//VOf.

find, meet with, hit upon, It is generally transdiscover.
lated future, or sub.
like

reside, abide.

uayivwGKb),

the

pres.

to see) to (fr. same, and /SX/n-w see clearly, discern, distinguish
to

Ka, (fr. to know) to
cuss,
cide,
1 f.

-yvwaw, p. $ityvu>oia intens. and yivtaaKu

f.

know
to

fully

;

to dis; to

cern, distinguish, observe

dis-

AJ/U, -6os -ouf, i/, Poet, for TTJP, or Ceres.

^r,^-

overlook, dtspiae, slight. 1 act, 2 sin. <5ta;3Af ja ?
.

examine ;
decree,

determine, de-

resolve.

2

a.

act.

Aia/3Aj;0if, par. of At/3A^0?', 1 a A??w<Ttv, 1 f. inf. act. ofS>j6u) At", for Ata, a. of Zciij, 6, g. Zr?i'd? pass, of ciafid\\o). or Atd?, d. Znvi or At?, a. Zrjva Ata/3o<fw -5, f. (fr. or A/a, v. Z?, Jupiter. throughout, and ^oa'w to cry) tr
At', also for cia, prep.

cityrtav. per. pass. Sifyvwfffiat.

mid.

o'iayvw(ro//ai.
-<5,
f-

Atay/et'Xeu

-i/ffw,

(fr.

<5ta

divulge,
<57oj.

A7a, and Ion. A7>?, fern, of

celebrate, cry

publish, proclaim; t< up, extol, par. per
par.
1

through, and ayvuXj; the strap for throwing the dart) to take

Ata, a preposition governing the and the a. with the g. case, Poets,

pass, ciafitftorjiiivos. pass. SiafiorjOdf.

a

AtoyXttyw,

hold of the strap, prepare to dart. f. ota intens. -i//w, (fr.

and
(fr.

yXvcfcu

to carve) to engrave.

through, by means of; Ata/3di7To?, -ou, 6, ?;, (fr. last) cele across, brated, cried up, extolled; faby, through ; amidst, mous, notable, remarkable. Alsc among, through, throughout ; at infamous, notorious. before; in, into; from; after, at intervals, in the course of, dur- Ata^oX?;, -rfc, and Ata/SoXfa, -a? Ion. Aia/?oXf>7, -r)$,fi, (fr. i?ta/3dX on account of, because ing ; for,
fAia/Jatvw,

form)

same, and yvwpt^w to into /no&e known, divulge,

publish. Att. -u?, 17, (fr. Atdyvwfftf, -to?, to discern) a trial, rtaytvwc-K-a)

Xw
1
f.

mid.

tiafififfopai, p,

der

;

to traduce) calumny, stan false accusation.

act. &iafii$ritia, (fr. ta through Ata/3oX't'/cd?, -ti, -bv, (fr. same and j3afvo) to go) to go, pass slanderous, false, malicious ; di
abolical, devilish. through, pass over ; to pervade to stalk, walk with legs wide Atd/3oXoj, -ou, o, (fr. same) a slan asunder. 2 a. act. ind. Sitpr/v. dercr, calumniator,
Aii/3-fAAtt,
(fr.
f.

hearing, discussion, examination ; a sentence, decision, decree ; distinction, judgment. 1 f. mid. of same. Atayruffo/iat,

AtayoyyuCw,
tea,

f.

-uc*u),

p. ctfyoyyv

(fr. 6t

intens.

and yoyyi'^w
loudly,
at. 1 a.

same, and /JdXXw

-aXw, p. oia0i&\r,Ka, to throw)

backbiter
devil,

;

an informer, spy ;
i'-,

the

murmur) to murmur complain much ; to roar
to
act.

Satan.

to transplant, transport, transfer ; to pass, carry over or through ; to

;, -ov, o, (fr. fia through and /3op4 eating) eaten up, con

c.ty6yyvaa. AtayopEuw, f. -t5<ru), (fr. same, and ayopi'w to declaim) to speak in
public, harangue ; to vote, enact, decree ; to intercede, forbid ; to

sumed ; eaten into, perforated or dart through ; to hollov:, accuse, impeach; to calumniate, decayed; also eating slander, traduce, belie ; to cajole, ''770, consuming, rusting, deceive. 2 a. act. cti 3a\ov. 1 a. Aia/?oXVo//at, f. , (fr. f ind. pass. intens. and ftov\tvo) to consult per. mid,
strike, pierce
t t

inveigh against.
Aidyoa/ifta, -aroj, TO, (fr. Staypdto WTite out) a title, inscrip(jxd an abridgment, epitome, tion; summary ; an act, decree ; a

cia 3liio\a.

Aia$f,

par.
-tOf,

Ata
Att.

vat, inf.

2

a.

to deliberate, debate; determine resolve, decree, decide.

of haftaivd).
-if,

Ats.Sji'Xra, -aj,

';,

and

Atrtj3ouXtov

-U)f,

,';,

(fr

same) change of place, removal
a passage, ford, bridge.
-Ttf^W, f. -dffdi, fr. tens. and;3a<rra'sto, which see.
-o,-,

counsel, ad ; deliberation, debate, consi deration.
-ov, vice
rb,
(fr.

last)

drawing, representation; afigure, diagram; a proposition, theorem;
a cancelling or discharge. Ataypa^j;, -J/f, 17, (fr. same) a draught, plan, representation; a
picture.
iaypd<f>u>,
f.

-}, -dv,

(fr.

ctaQalvw

t

&ia0wtopai or ^ta06voftcu, a ven unusual verb ; to pass or cros" over / to carry across, convey
over. pres. inf. Sta^vvleaOat -tin-

-t/'w, p.

-$,

(fr. $t(i

pass over) passable, that may or can be passed or crossed over,
i'.ovvrai,
:

Oat, or SiafivvtaOai.
Ata/3<3, -rjs,-rj,

through,
neate,

and

ypa'0o>

to write)
to deli-

to write out,

copy over ;

3

pi.

cont. ind.

2

a.

sub. act. of&a-

;

3iiovffOat, inf. pres.

pass,
f.

paint
-e\S, p. $itjyyt\Ka

AtayyAXu), blot out, deface; to annul, abo(fr. ^ta among, and ayy/XXw t< to deliver a abandon a suit at tell) jneswge, bring lish, repeal; to or tell nev:z ; to '"'-lare, an Irm; decline to prosecute. noiince, publish, diru'lze. 1 a Aypa^o//Fr, 1 pi. 1 f- act. of last. to avouch, ind. act. affirm, assure, ascn;yytXa. sert. y6o7jK(i (Jr. <5ta intens. and ypijAtdyyEX^o, -ro?, rd, (fr. last) to be broadawake; Aiaj3/3A^^fvof, par. per. pass, of message, order; a publication yoof to to watch)
1

cont. of

describe, represent, draw, write in a ; to enlist, levy, roll; to choose, select; to cancel,

tens.

strengthen) to establish, secure, confirm ; to

!5w -5, f. -wtrw, and (Itpcu6u to

(fr.

tm in-

o'ja/Jd'AAa).

declaration.

In
6,
(fr.

watch mgilantly
1

'

to be

very

Ata/3^, 3 sin. /3atVw.

2 a. sub.

of

f,ia-

-ou,

same) a

circumspect.

a.

act.

messenger between parti f?. Atd/3^a, -o^o?, rd, (fr. liaftalvto toj Amy, Dor. for <*irjy, 3 sin. o pass over) a passage, transit,} cirjyov. 2 a. act. of <5t/fy.
(139)

)

n. pi. par. 1 a.

act. oflast.

AIA
&,
f.

AIA
same
to
lie
r

AIA
ind.

-t'law, (fr.

iinpr.

StaSos.

impf.

pass.

Aiaofa(,
to set or

(fr.

to wake) aypvirvfd) awake, like the last.

and

begin
to

,

3

a ( fr - &' tayw, f. -w, P. #7JC to lead) tc through, and dyia tc bring, lead or conduct over; pass or spe/td time ; to lead life,
tive, dwell.

AiaSwffovai, 3

sin. pres. ind. act. pi. 1 f. ind. act.

yarn, set
to

and fc'^w to set) work : to warp a web, add to the warp ;
Sid
to

weave ;

arrange,

et,

place,

of last.

2

a. act.

SiTiyov,

Sir/yayov.

aSiKa6ptvo$, -rj, -ov, (par. pres. mid. or pass, of next) the plainto separate) separatian,disunion Att. tiff" or defendant. Aia^vyiov, -ov, ro, (fr. same) a divorce. &iaSiicdw, f. -ac-w, (fr. same, anc
Sucdfo to judge) to judge, deter- Aid^uua, -dros, rd, (fr. next) mine, decide, give a verdict, make girdle, girth, sash; breeches or a trowsers ; the midriff"; a supply decree, pronounce sentence. Atto go to law, or magazine. Kdgo/jiai, sue, bring

a lead/aywyj), -fa, $, (fr. same) esing, conducting, conveyance, cort; a station, post, guard; a course, mode or habit of life ;
pastime, amusement. idyw/iw, 1 pi. pres. sub. act. act Ataj/oiTj, n. pi. par. pres. of Stdyw.

an

action.

aSiKaala, -aj,
l*b$,

and /, -ov, b, (fr. last) a trial, hearnS > argument, pleading, debate.
f'w

Sid about, and ^vvv/ii to to encircle, begird, surround, fortify ; to tie or tuck up.
(fr.

gird)
1 a.

iayowaw

-w,

(fr.

ayuvla agony)'
suffer great

to

Sid intens. and be in agony,

-<5,

f.

Sdfa,

fr.

Sid intens.

act. Siiltaaa. per. pass. Sil1 a.

and

pam
f.

or anxiety.

aywvigoiJiai,

-tffo/zou, (fr.

same,

seem, which see. aSopari^ouai, f. -icrofiai, (fr. Su with, and Sdpv a spear) to figh
SoKib) to

fafffiai.

Az>7f((, (fr. Sid through,

mid. cif^aod^v, and dn^i

witk spears, join battle, combat. 3 sin. pres. Sidriai. AiaSos, 2 a. impr. act. of SiaSiSwpi. AtaSovvai, 2 a. inf. act. -dcropai, (fr. same, Aidrjaa, Poet, for Sifffei, 3 sin. 1 f. and Sd^o/tai to share) to divide, act. of Siirjfii. iaSo%ri, -rjs, f], (fr. SiaSlvo^ai to 1 a. inf. mid. allot, apportion. succeed) succession, vicissitude, A(adtytfOf, -rj, -ov, par. 2 a. mid.

and ayww^w
ai,
f.

to contend) to strive

to blow) to breathe over ; to blow over or upon ; to blow violently.

obstinately, contend, struggle.

SiaSdaa(r6ai.

AiaSsiynarifa,
fiarl^d)

(fr.

same, and oeiyto

change, revolution; guard.
<.ddo%o$, -ov, b, (fr.

a

relief of

of oiariQrim.

to

expose)

treat with

same)

A(a0p//a/vo), f. -avS>, p. SiareOcpa sucuayica, (fr. Sid intens. and $cppaivui to

ignominy, stigmatize, make an example of. Auufc/Kvu/iij f. -<5/fa>, (fr. same, and SttKMfjii to show) to exhibit,
to ; prove, give proofs, specimens or examples. Aiaie^d/jievos, par. 1 a. mid. of Sia-

display

Si%o[tai.

A<a<5fto?,

-oi), 6,

fj,

(fr.

Sid intens.

and Set-ids right-handed) right, on the right hand or side ; lucky,
favourable, propitious. AiaSfOKw, f. -|w, p. -%a,
(fr.

Aiadcppos, -ov, b, fj, (fr. last) very ACO), see in SCOK(J>. hot, glowing, boiling. 2 a. inf. Att. -0)f, q, (fr. Sia'.aSpaficiv, AiaSpd/Jtov- AidQcais, -(Of, to arrange) disposition, aa, fern. T('0/;//t AiaSpapovrcs, pi. mas. of AiaSpap&v, par. 2 a. act. o1 arrangement, order ; affection of the body or mind, passion, ailfor ment. 2 a. , Dor. SiaSpfjvai, inf. of Ata0f'r?7f, -ov, b, (fr. same) a disSidSprjjjii. f. (fr. Sid intens. -ao-w, poser, arranger, creator ; a stewAiaSpdu,

a lieutenant, deputy; a change of guard, relief. 2 a. opt. act. '.aSpdicoi,
cessor ;

warm)
;

to heat,

warm,
to boil.

make

hot

to boil,

make

and
same,
a.

cpdd)

to flee)

and
SiaSiSpdffKu

ard,

manager

;

an almoner

;

a

idSprj/jn,

same as
ind.

and

to see) to see clearly, SfpKQ)

act.

SitSptjv,

seller ; an and Dor. AiadfH) -w,

interpreter.

see through,

comprehend, under-

stand. 2 a. SiiSpaxov.
f. -fo//at, p. SiaStStyAiaSf^o/jiai, uai, (fr. Sid through, and Sf^o^ai to receive) to receive by succession

SifSpav' opt. SiaSpaltjv' inf. SiaSpr/vai' par. SiaSpds, -aca, -dv. Ion. for laSpy'/anrai,
SipSpdffrjrai,

(fr. Sid through, and $f'w to run) to run about, run over or through.
->7f,
f],

(fr.

Siarldr/m to

3

sin. 1 a. sub.

mid. of last.

laSponrj, -?jf,

or through another; to succeed, follow, come after, come into the place of; to change, relieve, take the

f], (fr. Siarpi%w to run about) a running up ana

down ;
fusion.

hurry, precipitation, con-

dispose) a league, treaty ; a covenant, bargain, agreement; a disposition, disposal, settlement; a will, testament ; an institution,

mid. AiaSvvu, AiaSvb) or AtaSvo^ai, f. and (fr. Sid through, ind.5(^a^v* par.(5(a^rt//voj. -vffofjiai, Suva or Svw to enter) to enter, go Ata^fw -w, f. -//(Tto, p. -rjKa, (fr. Sid into ; to go or under or pass about, and ctw to bind) to crown, adorn the head ; to bind round, through; to penetrate. gird, encircle; to co?mect, knit, aSi/m, same as last, 2 a. ind.
place
of,

come

in turn.

1

a.

appointment, dispensation covenant of grace.
:a0/)f,

;

the

2

sin.

Aa0w/uv,

1

pi.

2

a.

sub. act.

Aia&fjcfo^ai,

-;/,

-rat, in 1 pi. 0*7<ro'/u0a, 1 f. mid. of SiariBrini. 1 f. mid. of -T], -crai, aBptyofiai,

tie, fasten

together; to interweave,
(fr.

SitSw
,

entwine.
Ata<5/Aoc, -7j -ov,

f.

Sid intens.

fSii)

to sing) to discord, jar.
for

par. SiaSi>$, -vaa, -vv. SldTflttpd). f. -//crw, (fr. Sid in-dtrii), (fr. Sid from, and Ata0pt)XXw -w, tens. and ^pwXX/u to buzz) to
<5t(/m'o?, par.

and

S>i\os clear) manifest, plain,

A(a(/m-o?

per

evident, apparent; open, conspicuous ; well known.

pass, of Suri/u.

whisper, mutter, speak softly ; to raise a report, circulate a story ;
to divulge, publish.

AidSripa, -ar&s, ro,
encircle) a
the

of Sid intens. and A(a0pv-ru>, f. -^'w, (fr. same, and to to break break) Spvirrw fr. through ; to crush, break in Sidfrpat to land, chaplet. weave) it is regulated, ordered, pieces ; to weaken, waste, wear settled ; they f. out ; to indulge in ease and luxu-daw, p. -a*ca, (fr. begin, enter upon. AiaSiSpdffKtt), om intens. and eiSpatrma. to flee) Aia<tyviJW or -vpi, f. -w, (fr. Sid ry. AiaQp-uTtronai, to prepare to to fly or run av)ay ; to shun, avoid, from, and fyvyvtitt) to join) to sing ; to make affected preparadecline ; to escape, slip away. tions for singing, disjoin, part, sever, separate ; to For tenses see StdSprjp.i. to abstract, withdraw; '.aidvaaia, fr. Sid intens. and at(fr.

SiaStw to

A(aaw,

f.

->/o-u>,

round

head;

diadem or white Jillft a crown, gar-

aw, which see. d&Tui, (impers.

reject,

AiaStSufjn, f. -Suffw, p. SiaSfSwKa, (fr. <5i through, and SiSupt to

cast

off",

divorce.

dvffcw to

warm, which

see.

give) apportion

to distribute, divide, share, hand ; to

la^cvKr^iKog, -), -6r, (fr. last) dis- A(an'o), f. -avu, (fr. A/a Jupiter or the air) to moisten, water, wet, junctive, opposite, dissijnilar.

deliver,

over,

idev%is, -tof, Att. -so)?,

fi,

(fr.

sprinkle, bedew.
ti.iaipif.ai,

transmit. 2 a. act. ind.

SuSwv

same)

separation, division.

Ion. for naipfj), 2 sin.

(140)

AlA
pres. ind.

AIA
Aatpu
-/,
*,

AIA
hold)

mid
Att.

/coroff^fw

-w,

f.

pres.

inf. act.

of Siatptu.

same, and r^w
(fr.

-tr^/Jcrw, (fr. to to de-

Attfor<nj, -to?,
tion, choice ;

-Wf,

/,

next) separation, division ; selec-

a distinction, diver-rjffw,

sity, difference.

Ataipiu -D,
(Jr.

f.

p.

SlftpriKa

to

Sid from, divide, split

and aJpfw

to take)

cut. ; to distribute,

carve; to destroy, demolish; open, dig, plough; to decide,
distinguish,
to

mark,

note.

Mid.

discourse, treat of, explain, expound, elucidate. Pass, to be dii-idcd, set apart, selected, chosen,
-far,

par.

pres.

mid.

Siaiptta

-fovva -ovffa, -fov -ouv. Sid Atar'pw, f. -Sow, p. Sifipxa, (fr.
intens. and alpu to lift) to /i/i. rowe up, erect ; to exalt, elevate ; to convey away, carry off; to open the mouth, gape, mutter
to set off,

adorn,

Aiafarw,

f.

-w,

(fr.

Sid through,

and

aiffou to rush) to run, rush,

or dart through; to go over or pass through hastily Aiaira, *ri$, J, manner, habit or moefe of life ; livelihood, subsistence ; diet, regimen ; an abode,
residence; a choice, preference;

a sentence, award. Aiairaffcv, Poet, and
njvtv, 3 sin.
1 a.

Dor.

for Sifj-

act. of next.

Aiairdu -&, f. -fa-cu, p. StSialnjica and StSifirnKa, (fr. Slaira diet) to nurse, tend the sick, put under a
medical regimen
late, order,
; to

manage ;

direct, reguto arbitrate,

award, determine, adjudge. Aia
to live, dwell, abide ; rdoftai -G>[iai, be on a regimen, per. pass. ScStj-rripai.
cSifjrrjffa.

la. act. tStairtjaa, and

to Ata/rtyta, -aroj, rb, (fr. Siatrdu direct) manner or habit of life ;
diet,

regimen.
(fr.

Aiairrrn)?, -ov, b,
bitrator,

same) an arri'xyr,,
(fr.

judge, umpire.

-%,

f,,

viz.

same)

dietetic,

that part of medi-

cine relating

to diet.

Aiamao//at -dfiai, (fr. Sid intens. and airidopai to blame, th. airla blame) to accuse, charge, criminate.

&iatrwpfvn, fern. par. pres. pass, cont. of ciairdd).

An<w(a>,

f.

-iVw,

fr.

Sid intens.

and aiu>viw, which see. AMiimu>, -?j, -?, Att. for Sianaviff

w, If. act. of last.
f.

A<a)ca0ap<u,
ddpiKa,
(fr.

-?ffw, p.

StaKCKa-

oid intens.

and K a6a-

to purify) to clean perfectly, p'u> cleanse tlioroughly, scour ; to se-

parate, winnow. 1 a. SttKa6dpiffa. Att forStaKaAta/coOapiw, -??, -t,
flapiVw,
1
f.

act.
fr.

of

last.

AiaJcaprfpw -w,

Sid intens.
see.

and

which Koprtpio,

AmKareXf/X

/"

11

'

icanjXfypat, (fr. against, and tXfyxta to
to confute
f.

-fo//a, p. &<j5<d intens. /card
f.

prove)

thoroughly, convince
otaxa9f!;<j>,

forcibly, convict clearly.

and A<a-

AIA
separately,
distinctly,

AIA
orderly,

AIA

AIA
pate ; to break off, interrupt ; to break up, dismiss; to refute,

AIA

AlA.

A1A
Aio^Yopai,
f.

AIA
(fr.

AIA

-&pai,

same,

AIA
AcairoX/j{ti>
,

AIA
in- Aiirpd<r<rw, Att. (fr. <5ta

AIA
(fr.

-rrw,

cid in-

tens.

at

and TroAfyieu) to war) <o be war with ; to vanquish, subdue.

tens.

and
;

TrpaVo-w
to

do

completely,

to do) to perform, finish,

the bravest, be foremost; dispute the prize, fight valiantly.

AiairoXirtvofiai, f. -evcroftai, (fr. same, and TroAirniw to manage

execute, accomplish, effect, obtain ; to despatch,

complete

the state)
affairs;
to

to

kill. engage in public manage, guide, in- Aiairpdw

62 p. -tKa, (fr. to suffice) to ap/ctw have enough ; to be sufficient for or capable of, be able; to last,
apx/o
-ai,
f. -fact),

intens.

and

-w,

fluence, direct.

f.Siairprjffia,

by Sync, for ciairepdia, and Poet. 6ia~p^aa(i>.
fi,

endure, hold out.
aptrjs, last.

2

sin. pres. sub. cont.

of

AwTrouTrcuw,

f.

-i5<ra>,

(fr.

same,

lanperecta, -oj,

and

TTopitevu

to send) to continue

lence;

next) excelmagnificence, grandeur,
(fr.
fi,

in a procession; to proceed, go on in state ; to escort, attend. AiaTTovAa -5, f- -jcM or -<rw, and
A(a:rovo;>(ai -ovpai,
-fffoftat,
toil, (fr.
f.

ornament, decoration.
lairpeinis, -fo$ -owj, b,
(fr.

apKJjs, -ios-ovs, o, f,, (fr. same; able, sufficient, competent, capa-

next)

ble ; lasting,

enduring

;

constant,

choice, excellent, superior, illustrious, distinguished.
la-npfiTd),
f.

-^tro//at or

same, and
labour)

rrovfu to
to

th. Trdvoj

labour

and

irpfirw

or

/oi7

through;
till,

plish; to
exercise
to labour,

tofinisJi, cultivate; to train,
to grieve, 1 a.

accom-

surpass, guished,
,iairp7T<3j,

exceed

cm intens. -ifw, (fr. to become) to excel, to be distin;
ciairpetTis

persevering. iaoK&Si (fr- last) sufficiently, fully ; firmly, strongly, sup. <5mp-

Ktarara, most sufficiently.
,

f.

apuoQa to
(fr.

-<rw, (fr. cid to fit)

from, and

or
be

practice by labour;
;

excel-

linite, dispart,

disjoint, distake asunder; to

work hard

despond, pass. ind.

wearied out.

SisTrovrjdrjv.

Aiartoi/qBeis, par. 1 a. pass.

Ato*

lent) gracefully, becomingly; tremely, excellently, grandly. Ion. for iiair^di wxpfj^affdai, Qai, I a. inf. mid. of Sia

separate, scatter, disperse. Also, (fr. <5id intens. ) to compose, tune ;

arrange, adjust.
apieayti, ->jf,
'/,

(fr.

did intens*

also Ion. for ciatrpdffcru. Trovovfievos, par. pres. cont. pass. Aiairpfjaau, same as oiairepdw. of last. -ovaa, -ov, par. 1 f. AjaTnhrioy, -ov, o, //, (fr. aid beand irdvros the sea) travelAiasw/fftrouin, 3 pi. ofoiaTrpt'iffcr yond, 1 f. act. o: Poet, for ling sea, a voyager; trans,

and aprayfi robbery) rapine, robbery, pillage, plunder, waste.

aprd^w, f. -a<rw, p. SifjpiraKa, (fr. same, and upnd^j) to rob) to
spoil,

beyond marine; marine, maritime.
inf.

otairpfiaw,

Siairpdu),

Aiairopeveadai, -pevdfievos, -rj, -ov, par. pres. pass, of ciano-

Or
last.

it

is

by Sync, for ciairtpdw. 3 pi. pres. ind. o'
to

plurider

despoil,* ransack, pillage, to ravage, waste; to ;

in pieces, tear shatter, break der. 1 a. inf. act.

asun-

pevonai.
&iatr6pev[ia, -arc?, TO, (fr. next)

Aia-rrprjarevfj),

make

a,

discovery,

Atappay7V,
tap^a/vw,
patvta tifully,

<5iapTd<rat. -;?, -rj, 2 a. cot. pass,

a give information, inform against accuse. passage, going or crossing over, transit ; a road, way, pass. Aiairptw, f. -taw, p. tiiarrlirpuca, (fr. f. aid through, and irpfw to saw' t, -tiiaojiai, p. to saw through, divide with i, (fr. ^ta through, anc to pass) to go or pass by, saw; to cut to the heart. Aiato grind or gnash the over or through; to travel over
iTpiop.ai,

of oiappfiymiLi.
(fr.

oid

intens.

and
plento

to

bedew)
shed.

to sprinkle

flow out, spread
iappaiw,
f.

Aiappaivnfjiai, into streams,

-aiadt, (fr.

same, and

or through, perambulate
part, set out,

;

to de-

teeth,

impf. ou-pi6fii}v. I a. pass
(fr.

go on a journey or
1

paiw to spoil) to destroy, overthrow, ravage, waste ; to shatter, break in pieces.
tao^'w -w, f. -vrw, (fr. same, and out ; to pfu) to flow) to leak, run overflow, overrun, run off*; to flow or run away, vanish.

voyage, impf.
pass. SunopEvOrjv.
-<5,
f.

a.

Amrpd,
forth)

-;/<7w, p. 61

quite through

6ia through, and through and through ; deeply, inwardly

Ka, (fr. Sid through, and aropfw totally, wholly, entirely, altoge ther. to doubt) to find no passage, be\ to hesitate, doubt f to perplexed; Aiairpvciov, (neut. of next) audibly ask, seek, inquire. clearly, loudly

Aiarjvvu,
.

or

Aia-

;f,' P." btpfafa (fr. same, andpfyvvui, &c. to break)
<",

f-

Aam5p7<nff, -toj, Att. -a>j, ^, (fr. last) hesitation, doubt; puzzle, loss, conjecture; difficulty, perplexity^.
-j/tru, Aiairopdii* -5, tens. and ropflfw, which see.
f.

tarpSffjof, -ou, 6, ^, or -to? to -ov, (fr. <5ta;rop$j.'<j>

to

split,

cleave,
to
I

asunder;
rend, tear.
prj^a.

break or burst break through; to
a.

through) penetrable, permeable pervious to sound; penetrating
cJ^ar, loud.

act. ind.

oifip-

fr.

Sia in-

impf. pass, otcppqyvvpriv, -voo, -vro.

Aioirrafw,

f.

-atra,

(fr.

5td intens
to

Aia7rop0//uw, f. -cuau, (fr. cid through, and rop0/ito to ferry) to ferry, carry, convey over.
f.

and
mer,

Trraid) to

stumble)

stam01

stutter, hesitate. , 2 a. inf. mid.

Aiapprjl-as, n. pi. -p^avTEf, par. 1 a. act. Atappfjffo-uv, par. pres, act. of last.

of

Aiappiirrto,
PITT

-fAfl,

(fr.

same,

send away) to send off by different ways, despatch in all directions.
to
taTro^aivfu) -w, f. -jjffu, (fr. Sid intens. aird from, and ipwvlw to

and airocT&Au

or oiairtranai. AtdiiT(i)//a, -aroj, rd, (fr.
to

-i^w, (fr. same, and to throw) to fling or cast
f.

down, throw away

;

to .scatter,

decay) a
;

failure

an

slip, fall ; a defeat, dissipate, disperse. error, mistake. Atdppoia, -as, fj, (fr.

biappiu to
dis-

tdTrrwo-jf,

-to?,

Att. -a>?,

ft,

(fr.

leak)

a flowing, running,

same) downfall, ruin;
fortune, calamity
death.
;

speak) to dissent, disagree, differ. ia7rpay/jaruo/u, f. -cvaopai, (fr.
5to intens. and irpay/taruo//at to trade) to traffic, negotiate,

defeat o, expectation, disappointment, misloss

charge ;flux, looseness, diarrhoea, f. -rjffw, (fr. oid lapjjvdfitta -w,
with, and pvOpbs harmony) to put together, frame, fix ; to make,

of

lift

pursue any ^business, gain

by

trade. 1 a. mid. 5ijrpayftareiiffd-

iairvv6dvonai, n>v0dvo//<n to inquire) to know well, be well acquainted with;
to

(fr. <5<o

intens. anc

form;
iapj>v<a,

to

arrange,

settle,

regu-

late, order, digest.
f.

-tew,
to

(fr.

Sid through,
Siap-

Ion, for
a. inf. act.

CKnrpaOtiv, 2

comprehend, understand ; to examine, search into; to ask strict-

and

puci)

^ow) same as

ly, inquire, demand. 2 a. inf. AtapffiSy -tos, Art. -U>j, ff, (fr. SiaiAiairpd6opv, 1 pi. 2 a. ind. act. of oicmipQw. mid. to raise up) a raising on piy a. mid. of Aiairpafd//vo?, par. Atd7iwroj,-ou,6,>/, (fr. last) heard, high, elevation, exultation; a reunderstood, known. moval, taking away; a cutting -toj, Att. -w? i, (fr. A<apJOTuu>, f. -EI'CTW, (fr. <5m among, off, extermination. and dotffTos the best) In be among \anroM -w. f. -^ITIO, (fr. Std intens iiext) a selling, snlr,

T

AIA
and apraw
or
lift

AIA

hang up) to ruist up, remove, take away ; to
to
to

AiasKiSvtjui,?. -?/(7W, p. oitdKiovriKa,

hang up, suspend;
suspense
rate,
qjf,

keep in
to

;

to sever,

divid(, sepa;

draw

asunder
;

intemi.pt, cut short; to

break decon-

ceive,
ciliate.

delude

to reconcile,

Ataprt^w, f. aprifa to
repair,

fit)

-Vcrw, (fr. same, to reform, renew,

and

make better ; to make, mould, form ; to finish, execute, perform. Aia<ra\wu,f. -svffu, (fr. same, and
o-aAevw to agitate) to shake violently ; to roll,
toss,

tumble

;

to

wave, agitate.

Ataro0fw
<f>r)Ka,

-ffl,

f.

-rjffu, p.

Stafftadoatytis

(fr.

same,
to

and

signify, inplain) timate, express; to declare open1 a. act. ty, publish, divulge.
to

warn;

s, -iOf,

Att.

-Wf,
;

fi,

(fr.
;

last)

a translation, explanation

a

declaration, publication closure, discowry, revelation.

a dis-

Aiaoeiui, f. -daft), p. SiaafffctKa, (fr. Sid intens. and <7tw to shake) to

shake,

cgitate,

make tremble;
treat

to insult, injure, to extort, wrest,

violently

;

wring from ;
o-va)

to

move, wag.
Aiaffi(a,
(fr.

same, and

to

drive) see <W<rvw. and Aiacrj/jLaivb), f. -SvCa, (fr. same, a'tVtd to signify) to point out ; 017/4
to show by signs, express by sign or motion.

Ataovtyiof, -ov, b,
ffTipa

>/,

(fr.

same, and

a mark) remarkable, noted

celebrated,

famous,

illustrious.

Aid<na,-u>v,

T<I, (fr. AiSfg. of Zdij, Jupiter) the festival of Jupiter.

Afafffyaffo/iot,
fiai,

Dor.

for SiatTtyrjao-S>, fr.

1

f.

mid. of oiacnyddi
see.
AiaffKeSddi
),
f.

aid intens.
lent,

and criydu to be

si-

which

-&, or

and
to

ffKso'dvvvni,

-a<7w, (fr. &c. to

same
up
;

scatter)
to

disperse,

rout, break
to

dissipate,
obliterate.

frustrate ;
-ov,
b,

efface

AiaaKtf.acrfibs,

(fr.

dispersion, breaking up, ing.

last) c scatter-

AiaaKfirronai,

i.

and

o-Kf'nrojuai to

-youot, (fr. same_ look about) to

consider, think of, deliberate.

Aiacxvda>,

f. -aerw, (fr. same, anc vKtvd^u) to prepare) to prepare, make provide, furnish, equip,

ready. AiaaKtvdfynai, to ge ready, prepare one's self, pack up, prepare for a march or journey.
Aiaff/cv>), -rjs, fa (fr. last)
tion, provision
;

prepara

ness,

armour,

furniture, har accoutrements

equipage.
A.idffKt$is, -to?, Att.

-sw?, fa

(fr

Sid intens.

and

ff/ce^j?

consider

consultation, deliberation debate, discussion. same as 5 ij,

ation)

i,

3 pi. pres.

ind, of

AIA
*mg, contemptuous
sing off the stage.
Aiaffvpigu,
f.

AIA
rejection, his-

AIA
rffo,-,

institution ;

dinance

;

an appointment, ora command, decree.
vco,

(fr.

Sid intens.

and

,

which see.
(fr.

-ifa

(fr.

and
hoot,

<n>peu>
reject

to hiss) to hiss off, ex-

Sid intens. Amrapdo-ffw, or -rrw, f. -fw, p. SiaSid intens. and -(fr.

\i(t>,

same, and rjrpaf-

disgracefully,

Trdpa%a, Tapdccu to
confuse,

plode.
Aiairvpuds, -ov, 6, (fr. next) tion; detraction, disparagement,
distor-

alarm,

disturb) to disorder, confound; to
1 a.

same as rirpdw, which see) pres. inf. <5iarrpaimv. 1 f. 2
:rrpavfij, Ion, for SUITSTfcuftis.

to irembroil, distract, perplex ;
ritate,

injurious comparison; slander; di'isyrmus, a rhetorical figure.
f.
,

-pw, p. SiactzvoKo,

(fr.

cid
to

intens.

and

cri'pw

to

draw)

putt or drou; asunder, tear, last) preservation, protection. fff'irt, exertion. lacerate; to take from, lessen, Sid for and ri what?) abate; to detract, disparage, ca- Aiard<7(7w or -rrw, f. -^w, p. Siarf- Atari, (fr. , cio intens. and rdoru ciaci crp/or what ? why ? wherefore ? lumniate, per. pass ra^a, (fr. to array) to set in order, dislariBijui, f. Siadi'iato, p. ciariQtiKa, /mi. and riQqui did (fr. pose, regulate ; to array, draw throughout, A-acruw, (fr. cia through, and trvu to put) to set in order, arrange ; to for ffrfw to drive) to go, pass or marshal; command, up, to dispose, affect, incline, induce ; rush through ; to penetrate ; to charge, enjoin; to ordain, apto institute, appoint, ordain; to point; to proclaim, decree, deper. pass, ciapierce, transfix, termine. 1 a. act. Siira^a. 2 a. and by Metath. Sitecvmake', render; to treat, manage. ffftnuai,
pai.
AiaffQayf), -ifc, f,, (fr. same, and <r^d^w to cut the throat) a gesh, cut, wound ; a gap, breach.
Aid<r$a!-, -ayo;, f/, (fr. same, and to divide) distance, space, a<pd$<i>
act.

(fr. same, andr?pfu> to keep) preserve carefully, keep safely ; watch, observe, mind, regard. tdraciS, -iof, Att. -(i)j, ^, (fr. ciardvu to stretch) extension; impf. oir;/pov -ovv. a straining or stretching ; an AtartfprjG-i?, -iof, Att. -uj, {,, (fr.

vex, provoke. curdpafa. per. pass. Siarcrdpayuai. 1 a. pass. Sicrapd^djjv.

act.

KU,
to

to

citrayov.

per.

pass. ind.

Am'0//at,

to

frame, enact;

to

1

a.

ia-a%Siara^Otig, ?fvra i. pass. ind. citraynv' par. ciaTnyti$. 1 f. mid. Siard^o-

pass. ind. Sirravdriv. par, in neut. pt Su t,

dispose of, sett ; to bequeatfi, devise; to appease, pacify, calm, reconcile : to feel, be affected ; to
;l,

bargain, agree.

1 a. ind.
f.

JJ<M.

2

a. act. Siievv. 1

interval ;

a turning or division of a road; an opening, gap; a canal, trench.

P.

1 a.

mid. Sural-dptjv. per

mid. ciariraya.
;

mid. SiaQijcoitai. 2 a. mid. citOtFor other parts see n'0;7//i. fjLijv.
laruf/yu or
Atar/ij/ffffo),
f.

^.iaAmrd^ouf, and Aiard^;w?,(fr.same,
,

-(<>, (fr.

and cfiua^iKa,
ff

(fr.

same, and
cleave, rive,

and rd^os speed) very
quickly
aav, 3
8ijvai,
;

speedily,

% Cu
t

to split)

to

suddenly, hastily.

to cut) to cut disthrough, cut up, cut open, > divide, separate, sever ^
-fi.'cGU)
'

same, and

asunder, rend separate, break off";
split

n

pieces ; t to cut up or
(fr.

Aiar0?r. by Sync,
pi'.

open.
t,

1 a. opt. 1 a. inf. pass,

cianQdi Aiar pass.
for

2

a.

act.

:vtD.
laroiifi,

of ciarlQripi.

Sitruayov. 2 f. act. 2 a. pass, Sicruayrjv. Sid through, -/jj, 11, (fr.
to cut)

-5,

f.

j?,

same
to fix

Aiar0pt)XXj7/t/voj, par. per. pass,

and

Tfui-<a

a cutting

and atr^oXfw
occupy ;
to

to

be busy)

of

c"i'a0puXX'u>.

through or asunder cutting.
Aiaroviov, -ov, ru, (fr. ciardvdi to stretch out) a stretcher, clasp, hook, loop, button.

or appoint for business, engage,
exercise,

pursue

; tc

be very busy, fully employed.
act.
,

vos, par. per. pass, of oiaQptin to break) affectedly,

of Sif^w.

effeminately.

Aiaron/<i,
1 a. act.

i,

f.

-o-u),

p. StaffizbJKa, (fr,

Aiareivas, par.

of
intens,

and c-w^u to save) to Aiarii-w, f. -vw, (fr. oia and Tcii-ai to stretch) to keep, present ; to defend, sm-e.
fid intens.
protect ;

extend,

sifely
lieve
;

;

to carry, to

convey, convoy
rescue,
re-

d-'iver,

stretch out ; to lengthen, enlarge ; to stretch or reach to. Aiaruvofiat,

through, to shoot with a bow, a bow) to shoot at, r6%ov pierce with arrows; to excel at the bow.
-i;c-u>,(fr.cia

f.

and ro^rw

th.

to heal, cure.

Aiaj-u^ai

to strive,

exert; to increase
1 a. ind. act,

Aia-opevuara, -<av, rd, (fr. next) turned v;orks ; engraving; embossment, relief, raised w<jrk. larootvu, f. -tvcu), (fr. Sid intens. and Toptvw to engrave) to turn in a lathe, work as a turner ; to emboss, chase, adorn in relief,

to deliver one's self, escape.

maintain, support.
Strtira.

Aia<ra)0ic, -?tra, -fy, n. pi. mas -0fvr ? nent. -6lv-j, 1 a. par
,

Aiar&elrc, 2
act. of

pi. cont. pres.

ind

pass. pass.
1 a,

Aia<ru0^vai,

1

a.

inf

Alao-wc-ai, 1 a. inf. act

AmrfX/u
Ka, (fr.

-<3,

f.

-jjc-w,

AiaevjTto, -??, -y, pi. -c-axri sub. act. of last.
-at,

3

same, and rXfw com .'crject,
'

p. f.iaTTf\rj to finish'

laropfu
bore,

Sid (fr. -w, f. -?/caj, through, and rop/w to pierce) to
perforate,

A(ffdKrn,
Of
Cir.-

-,

1

a. opt.

JEol

to persist, per.!o

pierce
(fr.

;

to

pass

through.
arrive
at,
r
ij.

Anrayjif, par. 2

a. pis?. 1 a. mid. 55, par.

'.(iropos. -ov, o,
(fr.

17,

last) pierc-

:?r/>.^f, -EG?, -ovf, o,

same
con~

AiaTiftrcuv &ftai, 1 f. mid. par. pres. act. Aiara^fl/vra neut. pi. par. 1 a. pass.
':

and rf'Aojthe end) ending, finish
ing,
.

effectual,

operative;

penetrating ; loud, shrill ; Subs, a pasbored, perforated. sage, crossin <r over, ferry.
ing,
.

97,

par. per. p^sp.
inf.

unrendttins-, pert" AiarrXocj, (fr. last) to the

,'},}

from,
',

end
'

ais-

rtra-^fvat, per.

art.

uinually, con
r

tort ;

to to

pervert,

subvert,

con-

found;
Aiarayv,
order)
-^?. j%
(fr.

^iadj

Aiarluvw,

f.

-r//w ?

(fr.

( :

a disposition,

through,
.'

keep

<iff,

hinder, deter,

turn from, drive away y discou-

and ran tj

to ci:t) to cut

w?? : cut asunder, nance, appointment, in-divide. rank, state, condition. Aiarerafuvof, par. per. pass, of Siartlvds. Aidraypa, -aroj, ro, (fr. same) a order, injunction; a decree, sen 'f'vwj (fr. last) earnestly, fence ; a command, command* rdentli:.
1

rage, out of, terrify,
to reject, cast
is.
nff~.

mie from or
frighten

from ;

r/rppn,(fr.

and TOftiu to rear)
',

to-

cherish,
.

rear; to
'

':cep, protect.
(

ment.

'.

-Boi^ui,

Aiara^K,

Att. -EOJ>, sanv*) a disposition rv
-log,
,

?/,

(fr

Tticsia.

yu

to run)

to

AIA
and down, run
to elapse,
p'.ts.--

AIA
ways;
to eat)
to

AIA

different

away.
next) a delay,

devour; to Aia00apw, -pj, -rj, 2 a. sub. pass. gnaw, consume, wear away, corAia00fp, '3 sin. pres. ind.
eat up,
act.

rode,
Aiarpiftf,,
-f/c. /,, (fr.

pres.
f.

sub. <5ia$ayw,
(fr.

-jlSj -f)'

par. Sia<j>aywv.

stop,

pause,

rest ;

a staying, a-

biding, dwelling, living at or with ; familiarity, intimacy, intercourse ; custom, habit, manner, fashion, course of life ; employment, business, occupation; disputation; a conference, consultation.
AtaTpt'/Sut,
f.

laQalvu), to <f>aivu>

av&, appear)

same, and

-tj, Aja^0tp<i>cov, Ion. for of Sifydeipov, impf.

act.

-c,

a00t'pw,

f.

expose

to sight,

betray. come into view, display itself; to shine or appear through ; to be-

make appear, show, discover, Ata^at'vo/mi, to appear,
to

SiaQOtpu, p. SityQap-

KU, (fr. Sid intens. and ^0/pw to spoil) to spoil utterly, corrupt, destroy ; to despoil, waste,
to

ravage ;
bribe ;
1 a. act.

deprave, debauch ;

to

to kill, slay.

A<o$0j'popai, to be

come conspicuous.
ia(j)avda,
(ir.

per.

mid.

corrupted, decay, perish.
ind.

SifyOupa'
act.

Sid through,

-^w, p. <5taTfVpi0a,(fr. and Tpi'/fo to spend
;

and Aia^aiua,

-as,

fj,

2

a.

inf. <5ia00tpai. SityOapov. 2 f. Sia<f>-

last)

brightness, splendour;

Oapa).
f^ai'

per. pass.

ind.

SiiyBap-

time)

to

remain, stay

to

abide,

be acdwell, live at ; to converse, quainted ; to lead, pass or spend
life

clearness, transparency. ia<j>avri$, -10$ -ouj, 6, /, (fr.
clear,

same)

par. Sitfydappivos. 2 a. pass. SieQddprjv, per. mid. SityOopa.
>;,

or time

;

to

wear

transparent, pellucid, dia- Aia(f>dopd, -aj,
tion,

(fr. last)

corrupthe
;

out,

waste,
to de-

phanous.
ia<!)avffK(a,

dissolution,
;

death;

.consume, bruise, crush; lay, prolong, defer, procrastinate.
impf.

p.

and 2 a.

Sitrpifiov.

1 a.

act.

to

and Am^>ai5w, f. -era), -KO, (fr. Sid intens. and 0dw shine) to shine forth, dawn,
(impers.
there is
it

grave

a debauching, rape

a

Siirpi^/a. pres. par. act. SiarptBuiv, in a. pi. SiaTpiftovras. par.

lighten.
ta<j>fpe<,
fr.

depraving, bribing ; bane, mischief; destruction, ruin, decay.
seduction,

<5i<z0fpu>

to
it it

ta00opdis,

-to$, Att.

-wj,

6, (fr.

pres. pass

differ)

a

difference,

same) a tempter,

tdTpfya,

fr. <5ta

intens.

and rpi%d,

differs,

is

of consequence,

seducer, debaucher, misleadcr, perverter ; a
destroyer, despoiler.

which see.
,

imports,

signifies.

1 a. act. -acra, -av, par.
(fr. o

sin. ia<pfpi, pres. ind. act.
-TJ,

Atarpo^/j,

-f/?,

>],

pi. ia00opw -w, Ion. for SiadOdput. pres. inf. Sia&Qopieiv. Ata0p<fy(voj, of same. Ata0e/3w -ai, f. -//(rw, (fr. Sid in-ov, par. pres. pass,

3

Ata^fpm, 2

nounsh) food, nourishment, alment; support, maintenance. 2 a. pass, of Siatis, par.
to sift

&ia(j)fpovTa, -biv, rd, (neut. pi. par. pres. of same) the better part ;
differing, surpassing excellent, best.
;

tens.

frighten
scare,
ror.

and 0o/?'w to terrify) to very much, affright,
drive

superior,

away through

ter-

Atarraw -w,
Atdrra),
(fr.

thoroughly.

Sid intens.

and

rfrru>

a0povTu>, manner, excellently
(fr.

last) in
;

a superior
extremely,
SirjveyKa, to

Aia0o"/3?7//a,

to spring) to shoot, dart or spring

choicely, rarely.

(fr. last) -aroj, TO, a fear, terror, dread, fright; cause of fear. terror,

forth

;

to flash,

gleam.

Atadifpu),
(fr.

f.

Sioiffd),

1 a.

Ato^otrdu

AianiTrdu) -w, f. -werw, (fr. <5td intens. and rvTrdw to stamp) to

Sid
to

beyond, and

form, shape, fashion;
design;
delineate
;

to

contrive,

to

describe,
to

represent, conform, make or

become

like.

AiarUTrwo-tj, -ios, Att. -ewj, >y, (ft. las*) a draught, representation,

a sketch, description, dedication ; outline. Sid intens. and (fr. Aiavalvia, avalvw to dry) parch, scorch.
ciavavOrjvai.
to
I

carry messages, carry) cwry through or abroad, publish throughout ; to spend, pass, live Atai/jopa, -as, rj, (fr. Siatytpw to difto draw or pull asunder ; to disfer) a difference, variation, dis to differ, vary similitude; a disagreement, quar tract, perplex; rd ; excellence, superiority. from, degenerate, fail; excel, surpass; to dissent, disagree, Aia<popfti) -w, f. -rjati), (fr. Sid into tens. and <popiw to carry) same dispute; weigh, consider, as Sia<pfpo>, also to tear asunder ; to promote, ponder, revolve;
conduce, contribute to ; to bear, or endure, sustain ; to carry off
to

0f'po> tell ; to

-w, f. -tjtrw, (fr. &a through, and ^OITOW to come and go) to wander about, ramble, rove; to travel through.

shatter,

dry thoroughly,
a.
inf.

plunder, ravage.

scatter, dissipate; to 1 a. inf. act.

pass.
f.

Aiavydw -C,
-d<ro),

and

p.

Sirjvyr]Ka }

Atavyd^w, (tr. same,
;

SiaQoprjcai. par. pres. pass. cont. be driven about, &a0opot5^voj. carried hither Aia0o"p77//a, -arc?, TO, (fr. last) a tost up and down, and thither; to be famed, respoil, plunder, booty.

away

;

to finish, to

make an end

of.

Ata^fpouat,

and auydw
through or

to shine) to shine

o,

beam forth
1

to

round ported, celebrated, heard of about ; to be involved or implicated in
altercation.
1 a.

ia$6pr]cris,
(fr.

-10$,

Att.

-uj,

?/,

same)

difference,

variation;

irradiate, enlighten. ind; Sirjvyaera' sub.

a.

act.

liavydaw,

cZearAiavytia, -a?, >}, (fr. next) ness, transparency.

Aiavyfc,
cSiauyda)

-foj,

?/, (fr. -oCs, &, to shine through) clear,

plunder, booty. ind. oir'ivtyKa' inf. Sizvlyxai, and Aia(f>opr]rtKbs, -fj, -ov ? (fr. same) 2 a. act. ind. Poet. SuveiKai. dissipating, scattering, dispersper ing, that tends to break up disSiijveyKov' sub. SicvfyKw. cuss or dissolve. mid. Sirjvoya, Att. 5ir)vrivo%a. of next) a f. -u, (fr. Sid through, Ata'0opov, -ou, rb, (neut. <ia<pevyii), to flee or fly, to flee) and price, reward, premium ; money.
(f>cvyw

act.

limpid, pellucid.
Aiav\oSp6[tr]g, a douSp6po$, -ou, 6, (fr. <5uu>Xoj ble heat, and Sp6jio$ a course) ont who runs or dnves to the end of
the course

-oj -ou?,and AmuXo-

clear off, escape ; to evade, shun, Aid0opoj, -ou, 6, 17, (fr. SicKptpw to 2 a. act. ind. Sityvyov' avoid. differ) diverse, different, varying,
opt.
Siatyvyoijjii,

-01$,

-01.

1

f.

unlike, dissimilar

;

various, sun-

mid.

Sia<ptv^ofjLai.

per. mid. Sia-

7rf0uya,
to escape,

for SiaTrt(f>vya.
-rj,

dry ; differing, dissenting, disagreeing; surpassing} excelling,
superior, excellent,

and back again. A-.av
pi.
6,

iia<bVKTiKus,

XoSpopav, g. AtauXoj, -ou,

Dor.
(fr.

for -juan'.

slippery,
f.

-ov, (fr. last) cpi hard to hole

comp. Sia&o-

pu>Tpoj.

Sid through

or keep.
^ia(j)>ifjif(j)

A(a0dpwf,
-to,
-jyo"w,

(fr.

dilast) differently,
excellently,

and

down

avX>) an enclosure) the course and back

a rac

p. Siairt(}'i-

versely,

variously ;

a double heat; length of it, j. e. two stadia; fondness for coming and going irresolution ; a course, succession A<a0dyo>, (fr. Sid intens. and (pu

again the measure o

<

completely. same, and ^fir] fame) to propagate a report, n Atn0pay7, -ijs, S], (fr. Sia<f>pdoc<i> to stop up) a breach, gap; a abroad, report. rupture; a cut, gash, wound. i(actr/^fw, f. -"era), p. oia^0////i a to same) publish, report, A(dd>pay//a, -OTO?, TO, (fr. same) (fr. distance, space, interval ; a sepadivulge spread abroad. 148^

pixa,

(fr.

\

A1A
ration, partition ; the the breast, lungs.

AIC
diaphragm
-;^a, (fr.

pour out; abroad; to

to

diffuse,

spread

and ftdiTTu to dye) twice dyed,
double-dyed.
/?a<pos, -ov, ^, (fr.

dissipate, efface.

Aia0pd,

C

-<7u, p.

Sid
Sid intens. (fr. to use) to make use yJMfottoi of. take the benefit of, live accord-

same) a

scar-

intens. and 0pdu> to speak) to discourse on, treat of, explain
to reason, argue. Aiadpdffffw or -rra>, f. -w, p. -^a_ to (fr. Sid between, and ^pdoxrw fence) to hem. in, enclose, fence

to robe.
yaufia,
(fr.

and

Sis

twice, and T)
letter, like

ing

to,

comply with

;

to

despatch,

digtanma, an ^Eolic an F.
yAj/vo?, -ou, 6, ^, (fr.
y\fjvri

about; cade ;
fl,

to to

stop,

block up, barri-

dam,

Jill

up.
&ia<f>vti, -?/?,
<f>vu

kill, slay; lay upon. pres. inf. cont. cua^pacrQai. 1 f. mid. Siaxpt'tcouai, in 3 sin. Siaxpjjacrai, Dor. Sia%pi]-

violent

hands

same, and

tlie pupil of the eye) having two pupils. AtyA*yvous wraj,

both eyes.
yAwo-ffo?,

Aia^vay, -aoos, and
(fr.

same, and

to

grow)

space between the limbs or joints; a cleft, slit, chink, crack,
the

Jissure

;

a seam,

joint.

-ou, 6, );, (fr. same, and yAoicro-a the tongue) doubleAid%pt][j.i, tongued, knowing two languages. same, and ;^pdu to lend) to apply to ; to manage, conduct ; AlSaypa, -aroj, rd, (fr. SiSdaKd) to to explain, state clearly, pres. inf. teach) an example; a proof ; a

a^paw

-<D,

or

(fr.

.i(i$vyoiui, -ois, -ot, yov, 2 a. act. of Sia<f>vyu).

Aia^vAdfac,

1 a. inf. act.

of
(fr.

cont. ciaxpijiv, also Sia%pTjvai. for Aia%pri<iOai, Dor. Sia^pdcdai, pres. inf. of Sia^pdouai.
a'^pCo-oj,

lesson,

warning.
-')>

SaKriicbsi

~dvi

(fr

same)
di-

teachable, docile, tractable;
dactic,

Aiui^iiAdffaw or -rra>, f. -dw, &a intens. and $v\daa(a

to

guard)

to
;

preserve

carefully,

keep safely
f.

to protect,

defend,

take charge of.

Aia^uw, -iJc-w, (fr. and a&vd> to pour)
quite,

Sid intens.
to

drain

;

to tear, cut or
r

empty gash
be-

through.

A<a0vw or Aid0v/u, (fr. tween, and 0vw or 05/xt
to

c

ta

to
to

grow)
inter-

or useful for teaching or learning ; docile. through, and ^ptio-ds gold) goldadorned witii At<5a*rd?, -/;, -dv, (fr. same) taught, en; gilt, covered, or dressed in gold. learned ; that may be taught. en-IDS, Att. -sws, fi, (fr. Aidaicrpov, -ov, rb, (fr. sained avtb) to pour out) a spilling, trance-money paid to a teacher; a fee, salary for tuition. sheading ; diffusion, spreading AlSafr, abroad; relaxation, amusement, Sdfri, 1 a. inf. act. Ion. for tSiSab, 3 sin. 1 a. ind. sport. act. f. -vo-w, same as At^d^w, -j}Si -J), 3 pL -wen, ctaj^fw. a^uw 1 a. sub. act. -w, f. -jyfftj, (fr. ^ta A5dw, -f, -ci,
-ov,
6,
r/,

(fr.

old

JU

He 01 be between;

a^wpfW

through, and ^wpf'w to go) to
Ofer,

5-0

1

f.

act.

Atfafoy, 1 a. impr.

vene, occur,
arise

happen ;

to

grow

or

among

or out of, accrue
f.

from. Aca^wvfw -5, through, and

through; to pass through or away, escape; to discharge, evacuate; to expand,
frare/

act. of SiSdcKU.

->}<7U,

(fr.

(5m

overspread, pervade.

<piaviu)

to speak) to

a^wpt^w,
(fr.
'<5ta

f.

-tc-w, p.

differ, disagree, dissent ; to discord, jar ; to be silent ; to faint,

intens.
to

oiaKX&piKa, and x w P'^ w to

Wa^tf, -ios, Att. -ewj, ^, (fr. SiSdffKti) to teach) doctrine; inlearning, stn-ction, teaching ; erudition; tradition.

divide)

*ewr, separate, part;

SaeK for SiSaaKc, pres. impr. of same.

fail, perish, die.

to disjoin, disunite.

&ta%(apio-

WKdAtta, -uv, ra,

(fr.

same)

Aia^wovtw,

(fr.

same, and ^WOTCM

to shine) to break forth with light,

1 a. Hat, to depart, go away. act. Stex.uiffd. pres. inf. pass.

U>ssons, things taught; instruction, tuition ; entrance fee, sa-

dawn, shineforth. Ata^wr/^u, f. fow, (fr. same, and

0um'u

to

enlighten)

to

shine

upon, enlighten clearly, illuminate ; to show, discover, bring to
light.

1 a. impr. pass. . lary. SaffKa\ioV' -ov, rb, (fr. same) a school. Att. -0) s, f), (fr. Sid ; -loc, intens. and ^du to heap up) an A5aovtaAfa, -a?, %, (fr. same) teachembanking or confining of water ; g, instruction, education.
>

Ata^oXow, same as ^cAaw.
Ata%iai,
1 a. inf. act.
f.

of Sia%fw.

an embankment, mound, dam. -arc?, TO, (fr. same, and x^dAAu to sing) a variation of the melody in singing or music; a mark of a louder strain or of a chorus ; a new part or

At<5d(7/eaAo?,

-ou,

i, (fr.

same) a

master, teacher, preceptor, tutor. Sdfficeis, -, 2 and 3 sin. pres.
ind. act. act.
AiSdcieeiv, pres. uif. AiSaffKiucv, Ion. and At-

Ata%tpw,

-ftrw, p.

SiaK%ipiKa,

aid intens. and ^etpi'^w to (fr. handle) to take in hand, have

SavKtuevai,
pres. inf.

Dor.

upon hands;
%ipiaouai,
violence
1 a. act.
to,

duct, direct, rule, regulate.
to
kill,

division; a pause, stop, rest. Aio- ^la'^cvSia, f. -EVcro), p. Sif^/fVKa, and \pv<lu to feign) to lay hands upon, do (fr. same,
to

manage, con-

for 5<5do-Ktv, At<5d<rm), Dor. for
sin.

pres.

3
&,
SacrKrjffai,
,

impr. pass. pres. sub. act.
1 a. uif:
Si-

slay,
1

despatch.
a,

deceive, beguile, cheat.

&ia\l/evf.

Si%ipica.

mid.

ind.

5i^ipiffdut]v.
-ovuai,

inf.

Sie^ei-

Souai, to lie; to be disappointed, miss, fail; to mistake.
&ia$f)<}>iouai,

-ficia,

Att. for

(fr.

same,
th.
;

and
lot ;

ij/T)(j>i%(i)

f. -ivouai, (fr. same, to calculate) to bal-

f.

-wj
Si

and %ip6u> to subdu e, the hand) same as last

%tp

to vote

or
to

elect

with pebbles
the
votes,

haps fr. and Sac
press,

p*. ^f3/5a^a, (peran intens. redupl. or ^oiw to share) to

also to

or beans;
enact.

collect

teocA, insfrucf,

inform;
to

to

imtell,

conquer, subdue, vanquish. Aa^porofu -u>, (fr. Sid intens. and p<porovfu> to stretch forth

give judgment,
Aiat|/)/0io-i?, -toj,

make a

decree,

inculcate;

show,

the hand)

to vote or elect to

by show

last)

Att, -w?, fi, (fr. a balloting or voting ; an
f.

be ^iSdffKOjjtai, intaught, learn, acquire, receive

make known.
struction.
act. ind.
-Vo-o),

to

inipf.

ffiidaffKov.

1 a.

of hands;

give sentence or

election.
(fr.

illSa&C impr.
inf.
1

SiSa!;ov'

judgment;
or decree.

to enact,

pass an act &ia\pi6vpita,
last) a

Sid

sub.

^^a'fw
in

SiSdfri.
a.

per.

Aiaxciporovia, -as, ^, (fr. a voting or elecvote, suffrage ; tion by show of hands ; a division on a debate
;

through, and \l/iOvplfa to whisper) to ca'uitf ~*f-e by whispers or insinuf^aons, sla, der privately,
backbite, malign.

pass.

StSlSaypai*

pass.

-?5a;0>/i'>

sentence, judgment; ment, decree.

determination, an enact-

-OVTJ, n. pi. act. of last.

pi. sSiSd^OnTC. -ovtd, -ov, g. -ovroj, d. -QVTES, par. pres.

2

Sid intens.
''?/
.

and
to

i|/w^
;

w

to eo

to

/

clean

to rest, re-

-<rw and tutrw, (fr. Sid Atcr^tu, f. to through, and %tu to pour)

i-ool.
,

-n^fh (& same) doctrine; teaching, instruction. 2 sin. 1 a. sub. pass, of i<5a^0?/?,

a^

-HV,

?>,//,

(fr.

Sis

twice

same.

(149)

AlA
Poet, for SiStdai or 5tStiat, 3 pi. pres. ind. of Aior^ii, same as Seia, to bind. AiSri, Ion. and Poet, for tSidrj,
join, appoint, constitute,
to

AIE
wdain
;

;

Atti,

3

sin. impf.

of ^ifw,

same as

put, place, lay

;

to

attribute,

Sciripi.

ascribe ; to inflict, lay

upon

to

Sui/ii.

Or, pres. impr, of Or, 3 sin. pres. ind.
Att. -aoj, 6,
?/,

pay, pay for,

suffer,

impf. t&i-

of Siw, for ttlSw.
uiSrjs, -los -oBj,
(fr.

3

sin. impf.

ind.

AiSdapcv, AiSdaai,
for
SiSo/jitv,

Att.

and

Ion.

&u)v, also eotSoov -oui',(fr. diSdii).) 1 a. act. ind. ^wva- but in sub.
<5axru>.

1

pi.

and

Sioovo-i,

3

pi. pres. ind. ofSiSiafju. AiSol, 3 sin. AiSolo-Oa, -<Eol. for 2 sin. pres. of SiSdu. <5i<5o?f,

KCIV.

2

pper. cctowKciv, a. act. ind. f<5wv impr.

and

oM-

Sid through, and dSu to see) conspicuous, clear; plain, manifest, evident.
Atat'<5w, (fr.

cos, in

2

pi.

OOTC' opt. coiijv
<5w,

and AidSu, and.
see

same)

to

Att. Surjv sub.

At<5ot is

also Dor. for olSov, pres. impr. act. cont. of same.
-r],

oovvac par.
fnai.
1 a.

<5ot5j.

-wf, -w' inf. per. pass. StSo-

AuSfyn/of,

-ov, par. pres. pass.

ooQdvv
Ai5tDv,

pass. ind. eoddrjv' opt. sub. ^o0w* inf. coBrjvaf
1
f-

AiS6/jiev, lo-n. for <$i5oVat, inf. act. of
SiSui/jit.

pres.
pi.

par. Sodefg-

pass.

^o0;;o-o//at.

Dor.

for

<5t<5oi/',

Ion.

for

discover plainly, through, distinguish ; to understand fully. to eluciAieiSopai, date, clear up, explain; tc mnJ:? show. manifest, '.etXov, -j, -E, 2 a. ind. act. of
discern,

AiSdrw, 3 sin. and AiSore, 2 pres. impr. of SlSufjii.
Aj<S/}u,

and Ion. for tSiSov, 3 sin. impf. Or, Att. for Sta\f\rj(j)a, per. Or, for SiSoao, pres. Aff/?ati/oi',-j,-, impf. bltBijcrav, AiA)?0a, ind. act. of <5taAa/i|3aj>u. of SiS^^i. 3 pi. 2 a. ind. act. ofStaftatvw. impr. pass, AtJot/r, pres. inf. cont. of o<5<5u> &ici3l(3&ffa t 1 a. ind. act. o; A('(/u, (fr. (5i through, and ?/it to go) 20 5-0 through or ore?', 8<la. AtiSouvaj, Poet, for SiStivai, pres.
of SiS6d>.
inf. act.

oiodvai, pres. inf. act. of last. Afe, Ion. for eSu, 3 sin. impf. of AtaA/7/;/m'0?, Att. for 2 a. of <?n'<d, for ^a'c^o. 8id). vof, par. per. pass,

At'iorat,

3

sin. pres.
pi. ind.

,

-rjs, -r), 1

a.

ind. pass.

^ass through

;

to

run through,
dis-

ind. pass. impr. act.

A/<5or, 2
a.

or

AiSov$,-ovo-a,-uv, g.

w,
tens.

f.

-.'/o-w,

(fr.

m

in-

penetrate, pierce ; to treat, course of, harangue, make
late,
tell.

a

-6vros, d. -<5vr,

-dvra, n.
pi.

pi.

and yj/uw.

to pledge) ^o

speech; to go over, repeat, reSid among, and sip to 5 (fr. to be be) to be at, with, or among; always, continue, abide, endure. A(/po. Ion. for 5(i'pov, pres. impr. of

-ovr,
3
sin.

par. pres. act.

AI^GHTI,

and AiSovai, 3
same.
f.

pres.

redeem, release, to pledge, pawn, mortgage.

replevy a pledge ;

Aiy- At/u

ind. act. of

A<5<5w

-ffl,

-oio-co,

same as

SiSwui.

Ai^pdo-Ku), f. Spdatt), p. SiSpaica, (fr. to flee) to ^?ee or fly, run (5pau)

yvdofiat -Gpai, to promise, engage, undertake, 2c /re upon ; to bind one's self, give security or
bail.
f.

away, escape 2 a. act. ind.

;

to

shun, avoid. Aie-ydpu,

tSprjv, -rjs, -rj,

tSpav, -a?, -a*
fyaj.

opt. Spairjv,

and and

same, and
raise,

/pw p. dii'/ycpKa, (fr. Aittponai, (fr. to say) to inquire, ask, demand ; to rouse) <o ej/a'pw to examine, search, scrutinize. excite ; to encourage, ex-t-pw,

Sid intens. and

inf. (5pavaf par. Spq,t)V, -rjs, -77" all Dor. fr. Sp^i, obs.

hort, provoke ; to stir up, rouse, start ; to call from sleep, awaken.

A(K/3aAAw,f. -aAw,p.
(fr.

same, and
to

Stcic()f@\T]Ka, K/3a'AXa> to throw

Aifyay//?;,

-17?,

/%

(fr.

<5<?

twice,

Aityd^ojuai, to
swell.
1 a.

be

raised,

rise,

out)

turn

out
;

from among,
to fling,

and Spa%u?i a drachm) or
AiSpaxpov, -ov, TO, (nelit. of next)
viz.

pass.
ind.

<$j)'/yapa. 1 a. ciriyetadiJtnv.

act.

impf.

expel, drive out

pass.
1

vdpiffpa,

a didrachmon or

fiiriyipQnv.

out; or away.
ACK/3oA>),

to carry,

throw had, conduct over

double drachm, equal to two Roman denarii, or about fifteen

A(yp0(j,
Atfyp<n?,

-eiva,
-to?,

-tv,

par.
//,

a.

-55?,

/% (fr. last)

a pas-

pass, of last.
Att. -ewj,
(fr.

pence English.
At5pa%nosi -ov, b, fi, (fr. <5<? twice, and Spaxurj a drachm) wort/j or equal to two drachms.
Aifiviuivwp,
-opos,

sage, defile, narroivpass; a passing over or through ; a breaking
forth,
ij-ruption,

same)

excitement, encouragement, exhortatwn, cheering; a-

invasion;

an

eruption, bursting out ; end, issue,

twin, and avfip men..

event. wakening. Atf j/vwv, ^liKciro, impf. of oidKU[jLat. b, 17, (fr. SiSvpos AilyvuKa, per. hid. act. 2 a. ind. of SiaytvwcrKW. a man) of two AIF.KKV--U, (fr. Sid through, and 3 pi. 1 a. ind. act. of KKii7rrw to look out) to look out ,

Ai$fjardAC<Kj -ov, f;, (fr. 5t'5i>^osj twin, and rforw to bear) />ear-j ins twins, having two at a!

through ;
,

to see <,hrough,discover, a.

3

pi.

impf. act. of
for
rntodcr

perceive.
&ic.K6xt}v }
v<5/rr(t).

birth.

fiiayoyyv^ta. tSdcffaTo, Poet,

2
f.

ind. pass,

of <Vi-

AtSvuawv, -ovof, 6, r], (fr. <5Wu/*ojj twin) twin-brothers; twofold.]
double.
f), AiSvfjtfovca, -tjs, (fr. twin) a twin-sister.

3

sin.

Aiecdairao,

Ion.
1

ai;:i
;..

AtcK-Af'w,

Poet, for 6iodaii), 2 sin. mid. of Siaod^opai.
fdfi-c,

and
.tail

iKTrXwi)

-t5o-w, (fr. Sid through, to sail out of)^ to
sail

Sldv/w?^

AiSvpos, -ov,
-/xa,

6,

>;,

pi.

-/tot, of,

and

twice, and Svo two) double, twofold, by 'twos, in pairs ; having or being in two parts. Subs, a twin, twins ;

T,

(fr.

Sis

to finish a ; voyage, arruv, land. pi. of oiaJ&ttKvvpi. 1 a. ind. act. AitK~ Aooj -ODf, -you -ov, 6, (fr. last) to pass a passage, crowing over ; a kr&tcn , (fr. ourim throug'i) to the end, totally, entirely, th'ithrough the enemy's line ; a voy-

and Ion. AiJe|av, 3 sin, and oifocifav, 3 fiitctii-e,

for

the

by; to enemy* s

through,

break

line

rougMy.
?i()6i>r]v, -Sotro,

age ; the
-OOTO, impf. pass.
1

e?id

of a voyage,

arri-

val; an escape.

a pair, fellows

;

the

testicles.

of

<5z<$(<5w/<(.
,

AtSvp.6%poos -ouj, -6ov -ov, b, '/, (fr. and %p6a colour) twinlast,
coloured,

-a?, -e,

a. ind.

act. of

AuK-Aww, f. -ii'jo-w, (fr. Si a through, and sKnXww) same as ?,iKir\t(>>.
AifKpiOcv, for SiFKpiQrinav, ind. pass, of SiaKpivta. Aunpoos -ovs, -oov -ui>, b,

3 pi.
(Tr.

1

a.

of two colours, parti-

coloured, pyed.
AiSG), -ws, -u5, pres. sub. AiSuOi, JEoL for SiSoQi pres. impr. of

ifSpav, -as, -a, 2 a. act. of

Dor.
i

oid^>
a.
.

Sid

tfowna, -as,

-t

">d.

act. of

AiSwfii, f. OUMTW, p. ofouKa, (fr. ^<5w obs. to give) to give, grant, be-

-a),

stow

to present, offer ; to concede, yield; to permit, intrust, give up, deliver into or over ; to
;
Differ,

-af,-,act. Aitwadpii', A(- AitKuXvov, -?, -aro, mid. 1 a. ind. Auw. i/fi'of, par. per. pass, of oiavjii.
i]Vi
t,

through, and e/cpoi) a streani) u a discftarg r, pipe, spout, channel ; overflow or stream of water.
-

impf. of SiaKaa.

AifXoOov,

-,

-, 2

ind. act. of

propose,

promise;

to

cn-

1

Au-ao, -TO, 2 a. mid. a. act. of <5(rtT<'07/j.
(150)

Att\d\iro, 3

sin. cont. impf.

pa?s.

AIE
<

AIE
ind.

AIE
.

Ai.\a'X<w, impf. cont. of (5jaXaXf'w.
f.

ac

AtfAauvw, -Xaaa>, p. cn/Xaui, (fi r"<. through, and >t rw to drive to rim armed, invade ; to drit or ride through, penetrate ;

Avf)'icw, -I??, -77, i or 2 a. sun act. of last, see same. AiVKa, Poet, for iuveyicai, 1 a inf. act. of same.

sin. 1 a.

ind.

A;iJ'wiro, Ion. "for
pl.

pper. pass, o

oiaitpaypaTtvouai. AifVpuOw, -f, -, in 1 pi. AuirpaQoptv, 2 a. act. ind. of SiairtpOu. Aiixpnocov, -5, -f, impf. of oiaIon. for icptiaffbi,

mid. of

run
mia.

tlirough.
-.<v,

^UcXtv6fii;r,
ot
I.

-tro, impf.

i

itvfivoj(a, Alt. uiid. of ota^ff
i

per

same of

ciaxpdffcia. Or, oiaTrpfjaau for c-iairtpdw

3

pi.

impf.

oja/Xi'yai.

matmu), f.

-fcyu>,(fr.

&d tlirough
/fe
be.

pass,

of
to
to

AieAfy^u-.

-w,

p.

&/Aya,
show
..e,

(fr

oiu intens. and tAf'y%tt> to prove ff> rti'utt totally, convince per
,

and eviavros a year) to /cs* 7,'ear, continue for a year ; to work, do, &c. the year round.
ui'vt'i(tt]v,

and fVw follow) to follow up, pursue ; do, be employed ; wwfc, act,
irw,
(fr.

ctd intens.

to

;

t'>

disprove,

to

l>

-ns, -n, 1 a. ind. pass,

rule,

cen
i
t>

of viavofopai.

%e
/,7V};-

,jdya>,
intens.

f.

-fw, p. -%a, ^ from, and
/rac.',

(fr.

f,

direct; to manage, conduct, guide, take care of, look or see to ; to
t,rder,

govern,

command,

dyw

to

AuX/yxo/iai,
ind.
<5o/Acy/

to pleat!, per.

pass

lead)

to

carry, bring or

A.eArfv, inf.-

AtfXu,

-?;?, -??,

2

a. sub. act

convey away through ; to pass out through ; to transact, ma conduct ; to conclude nage,
jinish, settle,

regulate, lay out, dispense, deal out ; to administer, attend to holy things, sacrifice,

cpyu^opai,

f.

and fpydb/*ai

-uffofiai, (fr. same to to work

work)

of ciaipiw. AjXEV0w,(fr. cid through, andfXrf 6u obs. to tome) see o
AtcXcvaouat, in 1 pi. 1 f. mid. of same.

make up a
>h (fr'

suit.

through, despatch

;

to finish,

put

-W
rying,

as O a

cw;

an end

to ;
f.

to kill.

taking,

conducting

a

transaction, business, affair ;

an

same, and to provoke, which see, or
-fow,
fr.

ufljuslment,

composition,
-fw,
(fr.

settle-

rather coiOu.
z,

AuX/x^v, -#7?j, -07,in3pl.
(rT/c-av, 1

ment

;

issue, event.
f.

-aroj, TO,

(fr.

last)

an

a. ind. pass, oft

U^offf<Tw,

cid intens.

AuX?/Xb9a, per. mid.
-via, -0$, a.

f| from, and aiaou

par
.

to rush) to rush out or pciss through violently ; to break out, burst forth. 1 a. ind. act. citi-qi^a, and Dor.

incitement, provocative ; cation.
itpticti),
f.

provo-

-tiff (a,

(fr.

cid inten*v

per. mid. of cifj>%onai. AuA0?', 2 a. inf. act.
-7j,
-?;, -2

a. sub. act.

Aif'Aiirov, -fj,

-, 2

a. ind.

Aif'X0w of same. act. of

to support) to fasten, fix in or upon, ^npiicofiai, to lean or rest upon ; to support,
A'.c-p/a<7fa)

and p/<$u

iiceipi,

A(/X*,
and

f.

-Xfe>,
to

(fr.

cid through
to

6id through, 1% from, to go) to pass, gc or over ; to relate, through recite,
(fr.

and

?^t

'A<ta>

draw)
;

draw, put

repeat,

harangue

;

to

or tear asunder
/iri,

ponder,

contend for. or -rrw, f. -w, (fr. fid through, and tpiceu to row) to rey; through, cross, pass or ferry
over,,

to

rend, sepa-

divide.

K-cigh, consider, pres. ind. ciifa

revolve.

3

sin.

1

a. act. ind.

irjp%a,

and

ki^Attio -w,
:id

f.

-dma, Poet. lbr^iinf.
f.

3

pi.

impf. pass.
impf. ind. of
pi.

fcAafou. pres.
^u^t^Evcofjai,
1

cont. cir^Xfiv.
pi.

mid. in

f. -jfaw, p. itpcvvdu '>, intens. and *:c, (fr. ^id tptvidia to to seek, search' out, intrace)

AuAoidopof ITO, 3 owAoi

pi.

XtvadptQa
per.

Att%\rj\v6a, -af,-,

mid

A<4rX0m, 2

a. in

quire ; to trace, pursue, investi* gate. par. pres. cont. cttptwuv.
ifpftrjvtvriis, -ov, 6,
(fr.

At/ XOITO, Ion. for OU&OVTO, 3 a. mid. of liaiptu.

2

act. of

cu%ipxofjiai.

next)

on

interpreter,
roll

translator;

an

a-

Aic\vQr}cav, 3 pi. 1 a. ind. pass, of
), (fr.

fid intens. ff from, and /XtVff" to to unfold, vnfur-.', tx-

up)
;

plainer, expounder ; a soothsayer, diviner.
'.(OfinVEVd), f. -Vffd),p.Oiripllf!VtVKa, to (fr. <5td intens. and

cid intens.

and ZAu, obs.
1

pand

to

unravel, disent^nglf-

to take) see ciaiptw. Aitpaprvpafiriv, -w, -aro, 1 a. ind. mid. ficQa,

ipprivtvu

pi.

-pd-

AupapTu-

pTo, 3

sin.

impf.

pass, of oiaind.

fiaprvpofiai. &ic.fjLa%6fiT}v, -ov, -ETC, impf.

same, and ip^^a: to come) to comb or go out through, arrive; to pass by or thrcagh ; to go through, undergo, endure; to depart, go away ; to go over, relate, tell,
rerite,

interpret)

to

interpret, translate,

mid. of ciaf-idvouat.
Ai/i0a'AAu), f. -a'Aw, (fr. cid intens. v in, and /3a'AXw to throw) to cast, lay, throw in or upon ; to
instil, inspire, impress, to set on, suborn. -j, -c, impf. act.

repeat; to look over,

read

decipher; to explain, expoundt solve, impf. cinppijvtvov, -j, E . pres. impr. eupftt'/vtvt, -frw. ^id through, -d, -ov, (fr. and ipa the ground) moist, u-et ;
soft,

slightly.

3

pi. pres. ind. mid. ai. par. pres. mid. cie-

'yielding; fertile,

quickenimpf.
1

^tcpptjyvvfir]}',

ing, enlivening. -voo,

-vTo,
-as,

ina
of cia-

vai,
f,

Dor.

for
inf.

pass.

&ifppna,

-,

a.

pres.

Aiiptvov,

fiappi'r/i'Vfii. 1 a. ind. act. \iippi\^a, -as,

ind. act. of

-,

of

,

-,
-us,

impf. act.
-T],

1

a.

ind.

ffocoj, -ov, //, (fr. cid through, from, and bees a road) a cress way, thoroughfare ; an outlet,
issue,

^itpXtrai,
i

3

sin. pres. ind.

mid.

pass, of

ii

course,
the.

postage; agoing
digression sun, a day.
1

7^

out, departure,

;

the

-w,
tens. to
fill)

f.

-rX^<rw,

(fr.

course of
,

EV in,
to Jill

and

up

ffi/iirXdu, &c. ; to stuff", cram.

-as, -t,

a. ind. act.

of

Aifpj^ccOai, inr.and A<p^d/ipar. pres. mid. of ^ifp'yoimi, f. cifnfCGOuai, p. mid. &X/?AiJ0a, (fr. ^:d through, and to go) to ^o or pass
oj, -TI, "oi>,

ip%o/jiai

A*/iiroA'w -&,

(fr.

eta intens. and
ret).

?,

-, 2 a. ind. a^t. of

to trade, th. irwAf'u to
to trade, sell) to Kell, dispose of; J * x " ir/ traffic. 3 sin. pres.

through or over, traverse ; to go forth, proceed, advance ; to walk about, survey ; to penetrate, enter
into;
late,

imyfiSj P ar ' lapar. 2 a. act. of ci
obs.
)

i-i6pate, Poet, for Eifdtoacc 3 sin. 2 a. act. of Dor. for oiirrovai, 3 pi. i, pres. ind. of vtlrrw.
t*

to
;

transfix

to

run through, pierce 1 go over, repeat, reto

tell ;

spread abroad, bt

knovm.
Lffpwraw -w, -tied), p. &j7pwri7ita, ;n'pn. and f na<r,iu to
f.

through, and &ititoptv~o, 3
see
'"
!

sin.

impf. pass, of

'05l)

AIZ
ask)
t<>

AIH
/w, (perhaps
fr.

n$k

mand of; question, examine, interrogate ; to sift, scan, scrutinize. 1 a. act. ind. oiripwrijaa'
par. (5apum'7ffaj, n.
,

strictly, to

inquire, de-

too years old, for two years, every two years.
iTia, -as, 77, of two years.
(fr. last) the space

61$

twice) to
neut.

seek, search, inquire.

', Dor. ,~.
-ov,

for

ciCoov,

of

pi. -riyo-airej.

act. of -as, -e, 1 a. ind,

itrpaytv, for Sitrpdyriffav, 3 pl. of <5ir/uy77i>, 2 a. pass, of Siar,

and A/wj, -w,
of 57of .
pi.

5,

)J,

Sifyos. A?*?, Ion. for <5?a, fern,

same

as

Alters, -tos, Alt. to transmit)
to

-ws, ^, (fr. <5uVi a division, part ;
Or,
(fr.

Dor.

for

5ttr/t^fv,

3 A/j/jpa,

-as, -E, in

3

Aif'ynpa*-

sin. 1 a.
,

of same.
-ts,

time or a note in music.
(5oj/u

of ourt'if. g. sin. cont.
,

wet) a wetting, sprin1 a. ind.

-, or -v, impf.

kling, bathing. Ajff/cf<Wa, -as, -, or-ev, act. of SiaffKtSdn).

or -EV, act. AifffKdpiriaa, -as, ~E, 1 a. AuffKopiriaOrjv, -TJS, -ri, pass.
ind.
AitaKopirifffjiivos, -j?, -or,

AifTpi\pa,-as, -,1 and3pl.-a/iv, -av, 1 a. ind. act. of &arp//3w. Ajn/cpti'fw -ai, f. -jycrw, (fr. ^ta intens. and fVKoivfis clear) to clear,

AtTiytipTo, 3 sin. imp?', pass. Aa'/ypKa, per. act. Ao/ytp^at, per. pass. Airiylp6r)v, 1 a. pass. of citydpw.
oiJpai,
,

f.

-f,ffo(iat,

p. ^07-

(fr.

(5ta

through,

and

par. per. pass. <5tao"Kopiriuj.
AiEffrra'pa^a, -aj, -e,
1
fr.

a. ind. act.

of oiafftrapdcaw,

&a

intens.

gue, justify ; to decide, determine. See also diaKpivw. recount, relate. Alt. -fwj, f/, (fr. Au'iyr/pa, *aroj, rb, and An/y7ffij, uvKpivr/ais, -toj, last a sifting, separation / exa-iof, Att. -wj, //, (fr. last) a his) tory, narrative, relation, account. mination, inquiry, trial ; a decision,

to lead) to lead through, conduct. / to declare fully,

and

(TTrapao-ffw,

which see.
2

determination,
(fr.

sentence,

a. sin.

cirjyrjtriv.

Ai EC-Trap J?i', in 3
a. ind. pass. ind. act.

pi. Au-ffTrapjjo-av,
1 a.

judgment.
oid intens.

Aitoirapov, 2 a. Aicv\a^tofJi.ai -ovpai,

Air/yt'/aaro, -aavro, a. ind. mid.

3

sin.

and

pi.

1

Airiyr/copai, -p,

act. of Siaairetpd).
I

Ai<nrao-0a<, per. inf.
irdffdrjv,

tnraw.

ind. and v\afirjs wary) to fear, apprehend, suspect, be cautious. AIEO- &if(j>avaa, -a?, -e, 1 a. act. fr. 6taor a. ind. pass, of <5ta-^al)w. 3 sin. impf. pass. ofSta-

Auo-jrapa,

-r<n,

and

1 f. mid. 3 Ajyr/o-wvi-at, pi. 1 a. sub. mid. Airjyov, pres. impr. mid. cont. Air/yofy/Evof, par. pres. mid. cont. of oiriyio-

Aifffo-uro, for <5j<j-fcrtro,

pper. pass.
i<f>f/IJiicrav,

of diaavw.
AiEcrraXrjv, in 3 pi. &.u<JTd\riaav, 2 a. ind. pass. AtcorEiAa/jqi', -w, -aro, in 1 pl.A<<rrAa//0a, 1 a.

3

pl. act.
1

pat. in 3 pi. AtT/Effav, Aifjuv, -tf, -t, -ao-av, pper. Att. of citifju.
rjiptos

or <5ia Aiaepioj, -a,-ov, (fr. through, and ar/p the air) in or through the air, aerial, airy, Ai$0apr?v, 2 a. pass. A(erf)0ap/ca, ind. mid. AucraXov, -5, - } 2 high; flying, swift. a. ind. act. of iaorcXXb>. f. otr,9^aio, or Air/0u>, f. cij0ap/ifvos, -?/, -ov, par. per. pass. Ao70Va>, AiEffraws -u>s, -au?a -wcra, -065 -u>s> a(i), (fr. same, and r)0u to strain) A(f'00a/3a, 1 a. act. Aif0to strain by Cras. for (SitorjjKws, -ula, -ds, through, sift, dear, pu0op, per. mid of Siacbddpui. g. -6ros, &c. par. per. act. of Ai^apira/*?7i/, -w, -aro, in 2 pl. rify, rack. T/KdvEOV -OUV, -lj 3 -<rao-0, 1 a. ind. mid. of oia%ti-IS, AI>?KO"V, -ESI -, 2 a. ind. act. of pl. -ov -ovv, impf. act.
sin.

3

pass.

a. ind. of

-f

vrjffa,
,

-/7S,

--/7,

2

a. ind. act.

to separate) separated, divided,

-as, -, -a//v, 1 a. ind. act. of oiaKovfui.
1 pl.
,

act. AifffTTjKa, per. AiloTT/aa, 1 a. ind. act. of fcfcrqfu.
Eorpa/i/jfj/osi par.

parted, severed ; alienated
like, different.
Mt'xpijadiJ.rrv,

;

un-

Ion. for 5ia*co-

Ai<rrpa0/7v,
.

2

a.

per. pass. ,ind. pass, of

-w, -aro,

1

a.

ind. &ir/K6ffioi,-ai,-a, Ion.
)?*cw,
f.

of

^ lf % w

-fa>,

p.

^i7/ca,

(fr.

6id

1-

()t^e),

or diaa-xfiad), p.

r r ..._s,(fr. last) perverse in a ly, erroneously ; crookedly,

crooked manner. AIEOTWS, see oieoTawg.
Aif'o-^ov, -ES,

-, 2
i

a. ind.

act. of

Siia^nKa, (fr. 5ia from, and f^o> to have) /o depart, go away ; to go or pass through, penetrate, pierce ; to be away, far off' or at a distance. 2 a. ind. act.

Sua^ov.

through, and ^KW to come) to come or go through, penetrate ; to pervade, pass through. AITJKO pai, to extend, reach to. , -s, -E or -EV, 2 a. ind. act. of oiip%onat.
-E,

ifi^ut7/uat, -OYU, -orai, per,

pass. Aa/XXarrov, -j,

Aiffw0/7V,
(7av,
1 a.

-rjs, ->7

n 3

impf. act. of
-affi,

pl. At<rc50?7-

ind. pass.

opt.
2,

Aictruxra, 1
-

AiaawBdriv, a. ind. act. of
AIE
ind. of
a.

ifw,
"rjfjii

ifa,
-asi

Sid through, and W for in 3 pl. At77/uapr>7Ka, -as -j to send) same as octroi, per. act. of <$ta//apravo>. Ion. for Si^ov or Sifyao, pres. to moisten, ir/pi, f. -/70-to,
(fr.
inf.

wet,

or -v, act.
1 a.

fc/tW, -w, -aro, mid.
oiardaau).

impr. raid. AijWJai, pres. mid. Ai^ai, Poet, for

sprinkle,
spire.
,177/u, (fr.

bedew;

to

sweat, per-

which Ion.
1

for ^'^77,

2

sin. pres.

Sid through,

and 1^1

to

Aierapd%OT]v, -rjs, -TJ, pass, of oiarapdaffb).
AiET/c^ir;pa^r;v, -a),

ind.

ind. mid. of
At^77//i, ind. mid. juat, 1 f. mid.

go)
Ai'^E/iai,

to

go over, pass through.

or

&t>'/vyKa, -as,

-aro,

in

3

pl

SiTicp.fipavTo,
$iTKitalpii))
fr.

1 a. ind.

mid. of Sid intens. and
see.

TEKpaipo),

which

AterlXeov

-ot>i>, iijvtKfs, (neut. of next) continu-as, -, par. pres. mid. Sifypfi A/oos -ous, -6ov -ov, o, fj, (fr. Sis impf. act. of SiaT\fw. ally, for a continuance. twice, and a'u to live) of twc Al77VK77S, ~fOS -OUS, 0, $| (fr. Old AiETfra^aro, Ion. for oiartray pivot 3 pl. pper. pass, of Siawith two means of living, lives, Jjffai/, through, and r;vKi;s extensive) continual, constant, perpetual ; amphibious ; double, two-fold. ' -*S, tTfjOtOV -OtIV, At^uyos, -ov, and A/t>, -Syos, o, lasting, durable ; Continued, exof Siarrjpiia. and t>yds a yoke} tended. (fr. impf. same, same yoked, harnessed or working ii ext) [77VEKWS, and AtTjvwtws, (fr. last) iTT)pls, -tSos, fit (fras Sifria. pairs ; drawn by two horses, twi perpetually, continually, constant' twice abreast; double, twofold, tvnce , -tos -ous, o, ft, (fr. <5is ly ; without intermission. as much. and eras a year) o/ two year* 17/vE/uof, -ov, 5,#, (fr. Std through,

-s

a. act. of <5iaj'y/cov, -ES, SiSrjfynai, (fr, to seek) <o ask for, seek, inquire ; to look for, search ; to trace, pur- AirjvEKtEaffi, Poet, for SiriViwai, d. sue, pres. ind. 1 pl.

-, 1 -, 2

a. act.

Air}-

-S

/.

(152)

All
and dvtpos the wind) exposed
the
to

AIK
arrive at; to

AIK
pierce,
(fr.
.

go through,
.

-tof, Att.

-efcs,

6,

{,1

wind, airy, lofty; carried away by the wind, light ; fickle, vain ; swift as the wind, quick,
nimble.
r/s,

penetrate ; to ge over, plain ; to extend, reach to, stretch along. 2 a. mid. tutKdftriv. par.

-77,

1

a. pass*

pres. mid. jicfirmfptM; -ovfitvos. Of Ainrmrc, -ios -ovs, b, fa (fr. Aio? g. of Zcvs Jupiter, and Trrrrw to

otVato? just, and roX/w to practise, or ir6\is a city) practising justice, dealing equitably ; the city of justice, a just state. iKaios, -a, -ov, (fr. Slier} justice)
'

just,

upright, righteous;

innoeven.

Ai?voty or -ytv, Au>otfa, -as,

3

sin. impf. act. -s. or -tv, act.
1

fallen from Jupi sky ; deluged, flooded, ovcrflowfall)

cent, harmless, guileless ; worthy,

meritorious,

deserving

;

3 pi. -Sifc-ai AtTjvor^flj/v, -vs, -1, pass. 1 a. of Itavoiyu.
for iu'ii^t, Atij^E, Ion. act. of otaiffffw.

,

3

sin.

1

a.

equal, fair ; competent, capable. Sid through, and 7rcomp. cucaidrepos, sup. -6raros. to fly) to fly through, pierce, AtKaioavvr], -ns, %, rrjfii (fr. last) justice, penetrate. equity ; righteousness, correctinrt][ii,'(fr.
'.tffravai,
/

-tts -tis-i -EI, Ai^TrtJpwv -ovv, act. Ai^Tro'pfjKa, per. impf. ind.

-

pres. inf.
(fr.

ness, upright dealing. Aivaidw -w, f. -wffw, p. ftSiKafoicc,
to
orrr/Jt

mid. ijiropa,per.
Ai;}p<7a,
1

of<5ia:ropfu).

AuVravw,

next)

o^

a.

ind.

act.

irreg.

of

interrupt,
AUOT///II,
(fr.
f.

put an end
separate.

to ;

to di-

',

AtJpf7//ai, -<rai, -rat, per. pass.
'AiTiprififvos,

par.

per.

pass, of

At)?0r;>,

and
too

-ovj, 6, ^, (fr. <5tj twice, to row) a stop tnVA f>o-c-u

-0

p. mfartjKa, apart, and iimj/ti to stand) to distinguish, mark separately, put apart, part, disei<i

to justify, declare in(fr. same) nvrtnt, absolve, acquit; to make mis, acknowjusl, ledge pure, pronounce holy, ac-

cept ns innocent
to

;

to

judge, conAucaio'o-

demn, sentence, punish.
fiat
-oifj.ui,
ite

join

;

to

put between, cause disto to

his

tiers

of oars

;

a biremis, Lat.
ind.

sention ;

At*7j}/x^vvov, -j,
VCl'd),

-, impf.

remove ;
c
.

withdraw, separate, stand off, be at a disquarrel, ind. citarrjcaa. ind. Stta-

sert

his

own

justify one's self, own conduct, asinnocence; to be

^iyp/jt>'/vivKa, per. act. ofcuptirj1

tance; to

differ,

disa-

mulcted, fined or punished ; to be acquitted or discharged, pres.
inf.

la. act

SiKaidtiv

-ovv par.

ciicaiouv
-ovcrdai.

A.tjjpnao-a,

a. ind.

act. of

<5iap-

par. otacrijaas.
rrjv.

2

-&v. impf.
pass",
inf.

tc-ticaioov

-ovv. pres.

fdfyt. &trjpXQt]v, -ns, -n, 1 a. ind. pass. of cuipytD, fr. ia intens. and

ciKai6co-6ai

it(T^vp*^o^ai, (fr. eta intens. and to corroborate) ti
lajfrspi^ofjiai

per. pass. ind. ccciKaiwpai' par.
oe^tKaidiftfvos,
1

a.

which see. 3 Atr/pyiJuT/i', -ov, -TO,
tfpyia,
Aif/ffav,

affirm confidently, assert firmly,
pi.

toiKaKaOrjv'

-yovro,

maintain,
-OV,

impf.

sub.

impr. oiKaiwQu. 1

pass. ind. oiKai&Qnri'
pass. ind.
Aiicatto-

f.

impf. mid. of <5up^o//at.

-TO.
,

and

ottjicav,

Poet, for itu-

per. inf. pass, of ciin-fo- AiKai<i)9rjT<i>, impr.
0d5,

3

sin.

'<rav, 3 pi. 1 a. ofciupi. Alnrai, 3 sin. sub. pres. mid. of

pa
Ai'*:a,

-ys,

-TJ,

1 pi.

-w//v, sub.

-as, a,

o/w.

AinrSro, 3

impf. ind. toiairnca, 1 a. ind. act. of hairdo).
sin.

cont.

^iKdLfLtti', .<ol. for

Dor. for SimIon. and
pass,
o]

Acfcatudtv^iKaitadrjvai, inf. rts, n. pi. par. 1 a. pass, of last.

^t*ca^iv, pres. inf. act. AtKauo|<a,-aTOj,rd, (fr.
tification,
-uffii),

same) jus-

mid

Aifirrjffa, for

At*.-a'ttr0ai, pres. inf.
AtATrt^u;,
f.

Ai?^w
nXfw
ec/io,

-w,
to

(fr.

sound)

ota through, and to resound, re-

to try, judge cree, sentence ;

justice) ; to determine, deto litigate,

(fr. CIKTJ

acknowledgment of ina sentence, judgment of acquittal or condemn'
nocence;

go

to

reverberate.

law.

par. ^pres.

act

judgment or appointment ; law, precepts, ordinances ;
righteous
justice,

At0aX<zcr<7oj, -ov, 6, ^, (fr. Sis twice,

pass and the sea; between Ai/cai', for cixaia, see ciKaios. two seas, washed on each side by AiKa/a, -as, n,Poet. for OIK*. Dor. for ciKaiovfiai, the sea, where two seas or curiKauvfjiai, rente meef. pres. ind. mid. cont. of e

equity,

impartiality

;

uprightness ; a righteousness, claim, pi. n. ciKaiwftara, d. Si"
(fr. StKaios just) justly, equitably, impartially; upright-

At0vpap/3o7rouw -w, f. -ifau, (fr. & Ovfint$os dithyrambic, and u-oifw AiKaiofoala, -as, fi, (fr. oixr) justice and to give) the distributo Sloujjii make) to compose dithyrambics
or odes in honour of Bacchus.
-rjs-i

ly,

correctly

;

honestly, fairly ;

of right, with reason,
nk-aiiaeis, -toj, Att. ciKatow to jtistify)

tion

&idvpafjL@oirotT]T'tKri,

%
of or

viz.

of justice; legal authority extent of power, jurisdiction.
(fr.

-Wf,

j^,

(fr.

justification,

Tf%vr},

(fr.

last) the art

ta-

iKaiof6rns, -ov, 6,

same) a

lent for composing dithyrambics. dispenser of justice, magistrate, judge; a lawyer. Aidvpanpotroda, -as, fj, (fr. same) the composition of dithyrambics ; AncaidtaOc -ovffOc, pres. mid. ind. the dithyrambic style. or impr. of cixai6u.

righteousness, uprightness ; law, judgment, sentence, a. sin. ti
-V, -dv, (fr. Slicri justice) relating to law, justice or their forms, forensic, judicial ; lawyerlike, tedious.

Af#vpa///3o?,

-ov,

6,

(fr.

twice opening, and

3 sin. cont. pres. SlGvpos AtKaioi", opt. act. of same. tpj3aiv(a to

ind. or

enter) an epithet of Bacchus ; a AtKatoKfHffi'a, -as, /, (fr. olicaios upkind of verse used in his praise. right, and icpivia to judge) a just Ait, d. ofZaj. sentence, righteous judgment. 3 sin. pres. or impf. ind. of Aifft, AiicaioKpirns, -ov, 6, (fr. same) an same as upright judge.
Aittyit,
f.

iKavbs, -ov, b, (fr.
er,

same) a plead(fr. Sis

advocate.
b,
fj,

iKdpnvos, -ov,

twice,

and Kapnvov a head) doubletopped, having two heads or sum-

dtrjoij),

p. c'uiKa, (fr. eta

Ai/cotoXoyrw ->,

through, and iijpt to send) to send through or over, transmit, transfer ; to stretch out, extend ; to dismiss, send away ; to lower
let

down. par. 2
per.
"r?/n.

a.

act. ^u/j

f. -/jaw, (fr. mits. same, to speak) to plead a A/Acas, a. pi. of Slier). contend at law; sin. la. sub. cause, litigate, '.Kdffnsj -y, 2 and 3 to to accuse, act. reason, argue; AtKdffvai, Ancdfftrei, Poet, for ciKdaai, 1 a. inf. act. charge ; to defend, maintain. and fsiKdati, 3 gin. 1 f. ind. act. AiKa<oXoyfa, -as, r/, (fr. same)

and Xfyw

par.

pass. Suifiivos.
-ovfiai,
f.

For

tenses see
Att*rvo/jat
-tyfiai,

pleading, litigation, going to law; a ckaage; an allegation, plea,
defence.
A/Jcaiov, -ov,
TO, (neut.

of oticd^w.
iKatrta,-as,
>'/,

(fr. Siicri

alaw-strit)

(fr.

to

rome)

to

-il-opai, p same, and hviopa cnme (n. ^rt tlirnuh

a law-suit,
of CIKCHOS
tention.

litigation, law, con-

just) justice,

what

is just.

>.Kdairo\os, -ov,

o,

(fr.

fUri)

law,

(153)

AIA
dild iroXtiD to practise) one conversant in the law; a judge,
'

AIO
-w,
Xf'yw to
-//ffw, (fr. same, and speak) to say the same
f.

AIO

magistrate, king, prince.
AiicaaTripiov, -ov, Tb, (fr. law-court, justice-seat,

same) a
bench
to

tribunal,
AiKaffrfjs,

judgment- seal.
-ov,
6,
(fr.

SiKatyj)

judge ) a judge,
pire
;

arbitrator,

um-

AiKaffTtKbs,

an avenger, punisher. -r), -bv, (fr. same) ju(fr.

for which, wherefore, therefore, for that reason or caute, thereupon. and Aioycvris, -tos -<%, b, Diogenes, a AiXoyjs, -ov, b, >/, (fr. same, man's name. Adyoj discourse) speaking two languages; double-tongued, de- Aioyevris, -f'oj -oSf, 8, f,, and AjtyVf)TOS, -OV, 6, ^, (fr. Aldf, g. Of ceitful. Zd>s Jupiter, and yfvopai to be) At'Ao0oj, -ov, b, fi, (fr. same, and a double Jove-descended, born of Jupiter ; \6<f>o$ a crest) having crest or plume ; two having noble, generous ; of high rank, of
thing twice, repeat, reiterate.
crests.
,

dicial, legal, forensic.

AiKdu) -w,

SUrj justice)
f, t

same
fjid^aipa
fr.

-wv,

ol,

(fr.

ancient family same, and AioStvcavTcs, n. pi. par.
.

1

a.

act.

AtKtXXa,
intens.

-T)$,

(perhaps
to

Sis

a sword) swords apiece,
/jicpfis,

with

;

of
AioSetid),
f.

-cvffto, p. oiuiSevKa, (fr.

and KfXXw
b,

move) a
a
la-

spade, shovel, mattock.
AiKt\\iTr)s, -ov,
(fr.

last)

bourer, digger.
AiKfpctos, -ov, b,
j/,

also AiKfpws,

Kpaios,

Ai6, Aiicepos, AiKtpaios, AiAiKpaipos, AIKOOOS, Kpovs, -ov, b, f/, (fr. ois twice,
-w,

fi, (fr. same, a share) in two parts, two parts ; having composed of some parts double. in two parts, l*.tp&(, (fr. last) double ; in two ways,

-tos -ous, b,

and

/jiipos

Sid through, and boevu to travel, th. b6b$ a road ) to take a journey ; to travel or pass through ;
to

go along
with.

pany

with, travel in comimpf. SiuScvov. 1 a.

act. &i(b&tvGa.

and Ktpas or prongs

a horn) with two horns
;

TO, (fr. Sis twice, Aiocoitropiw -w, f. -^trw, (fr. next, and Trdpd) to pass through) to and//frpov a measure) the quantwo measures, double meatravel, journey ; to pass over or tity of

perpov, -ov,

forked.
fj,

sure.

through.
w, f. -avw, (fr. Sid by, and AioSos, -ov, fj, (fr. Sid through, and the cheeks) to signify, bobs a road) a passing, removal ; a passage, pass, road, ferry ; a signs with the lips, &c.
distort

AiKi(/>a\os, -ov, b,

(fr.

same, and

*0aXj) tne head) double-headed, having two heads.
AiKrj,

-qs,
;

f],

justice,
;

rectitude,
;

make to make grimaces,
face.
ipiTpov, -ov, TO, (fr.
fjiiTpa

the

equity

law

an indictment

an

A50v,
S"is

; a judgment, action, suit, sentence ; punishment ; retribution, avengement, vengeance; a

cause

twice, and

passport. (f. Aids, g. of Zcv$ Jupiter) from Jove.
w,
f.

ban,

fillet ;

a headband) a double tura double bandage or

-fw,

(fr.

Sid intens.

and

and juva'a (fr. same, a mina) for or worth two mince. (fr. same, and otSaivu or oiSita to swell ) to swell out, rise iLioipia, -cis, fi, (fr* same, and uoiXa/?( v, to inflict punishment. up ; to break out. a share) a double portion, siho of last) viz. Kara, AlKtjv, (a. pa twice as much. AtoiKcw -w, f. -r,a(j>, p. oiutKrjKa, in the usual manner, according and Seti&KrjKa, (fr. same, and to custom, usually. Aivdo-e, Ion. and Dor. for eSivriae, 3 sin. 1 a. act. ot>cfw to dwell) to direct, rule, AiKriffis, -ios Att. -wj, fj, (fr. same) Aivifitv, Ion. and govern; to arrange, regulate, vengeance. Aivfyevai, JEol. for Sipunishment, order; to manage, administer, vilv, pres. inf. cont. of Sivfta. AIK\IS, -tSo$, fj, (fr. 3ls twice, and xXeld) to shut) o double or foldconduct, provide for; to live apart, veveaK*, Ion. and Apos. for eSiipvius, Ion.
S6vai, to suffer punishment. SiKqv

right, privilege; custom, way, irianner ; lot, condition. O'IKTJV Si-

o/yw to open) to unclose, set open, throw open, open wide. Aioioaivw, f. -avtS, and Aioidtn) -5,

ing door.
AiKoypa<j>ia, -as,
t'i,

vcvcffKe, impf.
(fr. Siicn

of SivevfffKU),

same

a law-

as
vuto, (^Eol. for next) to

reside separately, pres. impr. act. cont. diolKti. 1 a. inf. act. &oiKfiffat.

suit, and ypd^to to write) an account of lawsuits ; a case, re-

wander
(fr.

3

sin.
1

pres.
f.

pass. cont.
oioiKfjao-

port.

about, stray, ramble, .vlit) -w, f. -jjffto, p. SeSlvrjKa,

SioiKeirai.
fteti.

mid.

&iK6pvufios
fl,

(fr. Sis

and AIKOQV^OS, -ov, b, twice, and Kopvpfios or

KopvQri a

summit) double-topped, with two peaks or summits.
AiKpavos, -ov,
b, (fr. Sis

twice, and

Konvov a head) double-headed, having two heads ; a fork. AinTauvov and Aocra/iov, -ov, Tb,

next) to move circularly, turn AioiKtjais, -10$, Alt. -coj, J7, (fr. round, wheel, whirl; to roll, last) rule, government; manageto shake, ment, housekeeping ; a jurisdictoss, tumble, wallow; tion, province. wag, brandish ; to go round about, survey. AionajTris, -ov, b, (fr. same) a -ris, fi, a whirlpool, eddy, vioruler, governor; a superintendAtvrj, lent stream, rolling torrent ; rage ant, overseer, steward; a maa gulf; a whirl or nager, housekeeper. of the sea,

and AiKTapos, -ov, fj, (fr. next) the herb dittander, dittany or
garden-ginger.
AiKTr), -ris,
>i,

eddy
storm.

of wind,

whirlwind;

a Afo<Ac<w,
Sid

vrjus, -taaa, -tv, (fr. last) whirl-

f. -la a, p. SiuKiKa, (fr. throughout, and OIKICU to build) to break up or dissolve an

Dictt, a mountain of

Crete.
A'IKTVOV, -ov, Tb, (fr. SIKW to cast) a net, seine.

eddying; surgy, billowy, raging, foaming ; winding, turning ; shifting, fickle, changeaing,
ble.

establishment, separate, divide a
settlement,
bers, settle

them

the memdisperse at distant inter-

vals

; to disfranchise.

AiKTv6o> -w, f. -wo-to, (fr. last) to Aivtjrbs, -rj, -ov, (fr. same) turn- AIOIKOVVTUS, a. pi. cont. par. pres. ing, whirling; rolling, gliding. fish with a net ; to entangle, enf. to make net-work, Aivbs, -rj, -ov, and AivuStjs, -eoj -jam, (fr. Sid intoiffTptu -w, trap, ensnare ; tens. and oiffTOfia to suffer the work or lattice. -ovs, o, fi, (fr. same) full of edfretted the dies, whirling, rolling, foaming. sting of a gadfly, th. Afeto, to cast, fling, throw; to
o'tarpos

throw or cast down.
AiKuiria, -as,
fi,

f. gadfly) to distract, set mad, agirevolve; to tate, harass, as by a gadfly; to an oar) a pair of oars; turn, work at a wheel or lathe. possess, deprive of sense. K'oirri AivwTbs, -fi, -ov, (fr. last) turned ioiffw, 1 f. act. of SiaQtpw. rowing with two oars. in a wheel or lathe, round ; ver- AioK\ci>s, -rjos, b, Diocleus, a man's jj/ma, -aTos, TO, (fr. Sis twice, and X?j^/ta a hold) an argument satile, that name, a. AioK\rja. may be turned or rolled, rolling. AioK\r]s, -tos -ovs, b, Diodes, a equally conclusive on contrary man's name, a. AIOK^CU. a diffi- At&s, -i], -ov, Ion. for Siavos. suppositions. a dilemma ; Aib, (fr. Std for, and 8 which) Aio\iadriivto, and AIO) itrfl/o) -w, fl culty, perplexity.

-to,

f.

-too-w,

and Alvw,

(fr. ois

twice, and

-vcD,

to

whirl,

roll,

(154)

AIO
-tew, p. ctwpiKa, (fr. did AiirAdfw, f. -avu, p. -oxo, (fr, to bound) to next) to be double, consist of two separate, divide; to define, departs; to double, fold. scribe ; to mark out, limit, cir- A<VAa, -a*ros, 6, fh (fr. fo twice, cumscribe ; to determine, settle, and rAa^ a crust) double, twoAidAov, (fr. ha through, and 3Ao? decide. the whole) it-holly, totally, enfold, consisting of two parts, contained in two &c. Ai6piv[ta, -arost TO, and throughout.
-t'lau, (fr.

Sia through,

and

o\iff'

_ r -,_,

f.

to slip through or slip) by ; to steal away, go off" privateavoid. ly ; to escape, fly, shun,

6tu to

intens.

and bpifa

tirely,

AidAAu/u, or AioAAuu,
(fr.

f.

<5joAf<7w,

-oD,

b,

(fr.

cia

intens.

and dAAfyi

to

difference,

Aiopitr^o?, last) a distinction, diversity ; a mark,

crusts, shells,

;

a

c/oa/c,

either thicker or larger

than that usually worn.

ruin ; to give note; a definition, description; Aj7rAa<7i'w, f. -ao-w, (fr. last) to perish) to destroy, double ; to fold ; to do bounds, limit, boundary. up, abandon, forego. &i6\\vuai, again, to utterly, be totally un- Aidpo^ov, see oiwptxftov* repeat, reiterate. perish done ; to decay, fall to pieces. AiopSyfj, -rjst f/t (fr. ciopvccu to irAaor'acT/a, arog, ro, and At?rAaind. dig through) a ditch, trench, <riao-//oj, -ov, b, (fr. last) a dou~ per. ind. mid. (ScdAwXa. 2 a. breach ; a digging, excavation ; a mid. <5twAfyj?v. bling ; a folding ; a repetition. digging through ; breaking into. A7rAa<T!oj, -ov, and AurAaoiwv, Ato/i^, -;?, fi, Diomedt, a wo" of 10man's name. , 2 a, inf. pass, -ovoj, b, {>, (fr. 6iir\aj- double) double, twofold, twice over, twiee Av//&7?, -tog -ovs, b, Diomedes, a man's name. greater. Atdpvypa, -aro?, rb, (fr. same) a ditch, trench, pit ; an excavation ; Ai-A^, (fr. ctxMos double) doubly, Atdftvvftt, f. <5<o//w<rw, or mid. Aia perforation, opening, breach ; a twice as much. onrvfiai, f. Siofiovfiai, (fr. <5d inwindow. tens. and dfjivvfii to swear) to Ai7rA;;o-ios, Ion. for cirAao-ioj. 3 pi. pres. ind. of take an oath solemnly, swear po, AirAoff, -icos, fj, (fr. next) a double woollen coat; a dress either or -TT(J), f. -cw, p. oiwpvsitively. thicker or larger than usually eta through, and opt ecu Aiov, A/e, Ion. for ittov, 1 sin. and (fr. to dig) to dig or break through ; worn ; a priesfs vestment ; a 3 sin. impf. of <5iu. f<5i,
A?ov, a. sin. mas. of c7o?, -a, -ov. AiovvVia, -wv, TU, (fr. Aidii'ffo?
to waistcoat, doublet, inside coat; a excavate, perforate; to make a passage, dig a canal through ; cloak, robe. examine, scrutinize. 1 a. act. AiTrAdo? -o?j, -dj; -j), -dov -oSv, (fr. as twice) double, twofold, twice ciupv^a. 2 a. act. fio'ipvyov. per. as much. pass, fiiwpwyfiai. 2 a. pass. ind.

Bacchus)

the festival
ro,

of Bacchus.

to

AIOJ-VO-JOV, -or,

(fr.

same)

the

temple of Bacchus.
Atovi'jio?,
-ot', 6,

Dionysius,

a

oiutpvynv'

inf.

oiopwyfjvat.

man's name.

Aidvuffo?, -ov, 6, (fr. Aid? g. of Zcv? A?o?, , (fr. last) or derived from Jupiter, and Nvtrc-^ a mountain, Jupiter,
city,

os, g. of Ziiist d. Ait, a. At'a. - a -or, descended

&i-\6Ttpov, more. AiTrAdw -w,
(fr.

(fr. last)

doubly, twice

of Jove ;
su-

or

nurse

of

Bacchus)

Bacchus.
Aidrrp,
for,, and bano (fr. fia winch) for which, wherefore, therefore / by all means, espe-

excellent, perior ; noble, of high birth.

divine,

heavenly

;

twice,

f. -wcra>, p. C^jrAwr a , same) to double, repeat, do make twice as large; to

increase, enlarge

;

to

fold.

1

a.

ivaniiTos, ~ov, b, i', (ir. same, dio<i>ni to give) given by

granted
awful.
lofftjiiia,

by

heaven

;

cially.

impr. act. c:VAaroj', in 2 pi. diirAwe-art, per. pass. Jupiter 6o?(VAw^iai. celestial, Ai:rAw//a, -aroj, TO", (fr. same) a charter, edict, letters patent, tes;

and

Ai07rrrr)c,^-/o? -ovs, b,
1

fit

(fr-

of Ztis Jupiter, and fall) fallen from Jupiter, come'*

g

.

Aid?, TTI'-TW to

-uiv, T(i, (fr.
c-f/pia

piter,

and

A<o? of Jua token) omens
signs
in
the

timonial, public deed ; a large pot or vessel ; a kind of still or

from Jupiter
heaven*.
AlOffKOpll'dtOV, g.

;

digester.
At-ot-f,
<5o?,

down from
viz.

hearer:.

To

tio-erfs,'

6,

ft,

(fr.

Si S

twice,

came
f.

dya\ita, </(e sta/i/e doirn f^om Jupiter.
f.

wfoVA

Aioffrovpoi

or

ZcUGKOptl'dlOf. Aido-Kopot, -u>v, ol,

Of

and
ped.

;ro5f

a

foot) two-footed, bi-

Aiorrfuw,

-t'<7u),
(fr.

--^-o/iat,

<5ta

and Atdrrro^at, intens. and

of Jupiter, and KOVOOS or AirpoVuros, -ov, 6, f,, (fr. (fr. A'td? same, and -apdcta-ov the face) having Kopns a child) sons of Jupiter,

to see) to see, discover or Castor and Pollux. dirro// perceive fully ; to vitw, observe, Aitrt, (fr. ota for, and 6'o-n? what) consider; to look after, attend wherefore, therefore, for, because; to ; to examine, search, for what? why? try.

two faces or
two-fronted.

/teocfe,

double-faced,

Afor,

-v^oj,

6,

j^,

(fr.

same, and

Trrrffffto

to fold) double.

Aidrrpa, -as, ^, strument for

(fr.

same) an

in-

taking

distances

Aiorpc^fto'O'i, Poet, for t'.o-roidxffi, d. pi. of
6,
?/,

and heights; the eye-glass or A(or00?)f, -tos -oP?, of Jupiter, and sight of an instrument ; a telescope.

(fr.

Aid? A/-rvv
rear)
ble,

AfVrv^a, (fr. same) doubly, twice; for two reasons. <r, -or, 6, f,, (fr. same) doutwofold; '
twins,
for

rp^w

to

matches,

instructed, reared, raiser!.

fellows.

Aiopaw -w, f. -ao-o), (fr. Sia through, and bpdw to see) to look out, see
through.

by

Jupiter

;

heaven-protected ; A/p*:a, -a?, a.
>l,

Dor.

AipKrj, -t)$,

noble, renowned.
iovpr)T*iK(>s,-ri, -bv, (fr.

cia through,

Arop0otyai, pres.cont. mid. or pass, of

and

ot-pf'w

to

make water)
ft,

causSis

a fountain, spring, well. oKala or Kp*ai'a, -as, rj, the of an herb.
Sync.
iit-?c,
fr.
iii-o

name
ovo

ing urine, diuretic.
-ov, 6, rnAatc-r/j
(fr.

A??, (by

cra/cif, fr.
/i77!cs,

A(op9dw
(fr.

-oi,

a palm) of erect, th. O two palms, of two hand's breadth. p9d? straight) to Straighten,set aright; to direct ; At'"aAro?, -o", b, ;/, (fr. same, and -nA^ov a javelin, th. lurAAa) to mend, improve, reform, par. pres. art. SiopBduv brandish) armed with two ja'i
1

^ta

f. -we-w, p. intens. and

huoQuKa, Ai:raAaicro?, to twice, and opfldco

two)
"Arrat-

again.

Kat ^?f, once

and again,

s,

repeatedly. n. obs. Aid? TOV, see

Ze^.

Also, the
ffri(iai,

air, space,

Dor.

for ctfrfiat, pres.
<5i?

-wr.

|;f-r.

-if,

-(o?,

pass, cicipflw^m. Alt. - fws , ^, (fr
;

.

last)

a straightening,

twice brandished, double force, violent.
vfliis.
-co;, b,

with

mid. Of&i7/w<
fftvros, -ov, 6, (fr.
!>>)
tirii c

twice,

and

setting ^i^tj^vaTos, -a, -ov,
rj,

right, direction

correction. im(fr.

(fr.

provement, amendment.
Aiop0a>r)?, -ov, b, director, guide ;

and Ar/77;^v?, same, and TrJJ^njy a

a bed) having two wives, marrifd.

same) a
corrector,

long, high,

a

cubit) of two cubite, two cubits A*o-/m'f, -fo?, Alt. fw?, b, (fr. oVffco? a quoit) a comet, so called in &c. a certain state of its appearcont. crises , -TA^?,

-rAoHv,

amender, improver.
(155)

ance.

AIX
t, f. -evffti),
f.

and Ar/cu
to

-)]ffta,

(ft.

same)

play a
to

handle, feel ; to seek, search, look for, inquire.
At(f>8fpa, -as, f), (perhaps fr. Sf<f>u> to slcin) a hide, skin ; a cast skin,

lo

varicatingj bling.

equivocating,

quib-

quoits, pitch

a quoit ;

fling

throw.
Ai<m/o-a<j, 2 sin. 1 a. opt. act. o last, also used ^Eol. for owKfiaas

slough ; a leathern jacket ment.
ttyOcpias, -ov, b, (fr. last)

;

parch-

^Xoaraffla, -aj, and Ion. At^o aractn, -ns, ft, (fr. same, and ardffis sedition) discord, dissension, variance, strife ; a division,
separation, faction;
dition,

par. of oiaKtd). &taKios, -ov, 6, fi, (fr. Sis '.ntens.
1 a.

wearing
la-

tumult, se-

a leathern jacket
bourer.

;

a

rustic,

mutiny,

rebellion.

and

ffKid

shade)
f),

very
(ft.

shady,

sfieltered, thick, close.

Ai<rKo@o\ia, -of,
quoit,

ciaKos

a
at

At^0fpoD^a, -aros, rb, (fr. same) a roll, composed of fine skin or

and
of

j3d\X<a to throw)
quoits,

parchment.
&i4>doyyos, -ov, b, and },, (fr. 5ts twice, and <j>6oyyos a sound) a

[^otrrarfw -w, f. -tfo-w, (fr. same) to disagree, quarrel; to revolt, rebel; to excite discontent or sedition ; to doubt.
-to.
f.

game
quoits.

playing
(ft.

-TJffdH,

p. CfflWo-

(fr.

olx<i

double,

and

Ar/co/3dAo?, -ou,

6,

same) a

diphthong.

player at quoits. Ala/cos, -ov, b, a quoit, of stone,
brass,
plate.
f,

Tfpvu, to cut) to halve, divide into two paris ; *n be full moon;
fr.

(perhaps
0p<zo-o-a>

ols

double,

and
;

iron,

&c.

;

the disk
;

or

to enclose) a seat, chair

face of a heavenly body
-a, -ov,
(fr.

a

dish,

a

chariot.

to cut up, carve, dissect ; to split, rend, separate, cleave asunder; to scourge, cut in pieces. 1 a.

last,

and

At(/>pua>, (ft. Si(ppos a chariot) to sit ; to ride in a chariot.
<j>prj\affta,

act. cSivortiuTjaa.
i<%ord//?7//a, -arof, rb, (fr. last)

a

Ion. for opos a limit) at or 3poj by a quoit's throw. Es oiaKovpa,

-as,

/,

(fr.

Stypos a

fragment, shred, cutting, piece;
a
carcass, corpse.

chariot,

and eXavwo to drive)
charioteering,

by the throw of a
Aioyiuptoi, -at, -a,

quoit.
(fr.

driving,
Sis

coach

twice,

manship.

and pvpioi ten thousand) twenty At0p?;Ara?, -a, 6, Dor. for a thousand, two myriads. (fipnXaTrjs, -ov, b, (fr. same) Aivffbs, Att. Atrrdj, Ion. Alto's, -?), driver, charioteer.
twice) double, in pairs, twofold; twins, fellows.
-bv,
(fr.

^Xoroftia, -as, fi, (ft. same) division into halves ; a cutting, carving, dissection ; a piece cut off,
division, portion, part.
>iX6<ppb)v, -ovos, b,
ft,

(fr.

Sis

A/</ipoj, -ou,

Atffrayfibs, -ou, b, (ft. next) doubt, difficulty, hesitation, mistrust ;

perplexity, embarrassment.
ffraKa, (ft. ols twice, and ordw for to stand) to doubt, misIffTtipi
trust ; to waver,
hesitate
;

(per haps fr. Sis two, and 0?pw to the seat -in a chariot ; a carry) a two-horse chariot, war- car ; carriage ; a seat.
-oto, 6,

and Ion.

parately,
'i^if,

and

<pprfi>

cixa sethe mind)

disagreeing, discordant. 3 sin. cont. ind. or sub. of

,/^/tt,

-rjs,

ft,

thirst,

drought; ar-

0po$opfw -w, f. ->7<rt<>, (fr. last, and cftfpco to carry) ts carry in a
chariot, convey, set down; drive or ride in a carriage,
tyoijsi

dent desire, wish, longing.
,i\j/aXfos, -a, -ov, (ft. last) thirsty ;

to

to

be

perplexed, feel embarrassed. AiVrj^of, and AiVrotvof, -ou, b, 17, and aroi%os a row) (ft. Sis twice, in two rows, in double ranks, consisting of two verses or lines. Subs, a distich, couplet.
At'<rro//o?,

-eos

-ovs,

b,

fi,

(fr.

ols

twice, and <j>v?i nature) of two natures ; two, double ; unnatural, monstrous. Ac//a'w -w, f. -t'jffw, (fr. same) to thirst, be </>w<ra, n. fern. cont. par. pres. dry, want drink or moisture ; to desire
ardently,
*

dry, parched. a^as, -aoos, >$> (fr. same) dry, barren land; a kind of viper, whose bite was said to cause excessive thirst.

-ou, 6, (fr. same, and a mouth) with two mouths, ffrofjia outlets or passages ; two-edged, cutting both ways.

ii%' for

Ar^a,

(ft. Sis

twice) douse-

long for ;
sub.

to

crave,

remain un-

bly,

twofold,

in two parts;

satisfied. 1 a. act. ind.
Si\pt/ff(a, -rjs, -T).

verally, apart, separately ; without.

Ato-^j'Xfot, -at, -a, (ft. Sis twice, and yt'Xtoi a thousand) two thou-

sand/
A<raXavror, -ou, ro, (fr. ols twice, and rd\avrov a talent) a double
talent.

(5<5/vaKa, (fr. last) to divide, separate, set at variance, make to

u^ys, At^f;, Dor. for oti//pj, ot^S, 2 and 3 sin. pres. ind. act. cont. &i^r)v, Dor. or Att. for
Si\l/$v,
pres.'
inf.

act.

cont.
f.

disagree, set against, put between. 1 a. inf. act. oij(daai.

Ati//?/(7w,

-as, -t, 3

pi. -oucrt, 1
-j;s,
-;;,

ind.

act.

Atd/^o-u,

1

^X affi*dSi -">

?

(fr-

sa me) divi-

a. sub. act.
6,

of
fj,

ct^dw.
(fr.

AtraXavro?, -ou, 6, fj, (fr. same) weighing or worth two talents.
Airrfis, Att. for Sitror6$.

sion, dissension, variance, disa- A'^/toj, -ou,

same)

excit-

&lri5\os,

-r,, -ov, or -ou, 6, %, (ft. Sis twice, and rv\os a wen) having two humps, wens or bosses.
fi,

greement. H^^XEUOD and At^Xt'o) -Si, (fr. ols twice, and y_??Xrj a claw) to divide the hoof, be cloven-footed.

ing drou glit,
ed, barren.

thirsty ; dry, par di-

J%0a, Poet,

^t'uypo?, -ou, o,

(fr.

ols

twice,

and

wet) wetted, soaked, drenched, overwhelmed.
iiypbs
f.

uX&aSios, Ai^0af, -aoos,

for oi%a. -a, -ov, and -ou,
b,
>;,

tyof, -EOJ -ous, rb, same as Aa//a. fyvx<>s, -ov, b, fj, (fr. Sis twice, and ^vx*! the soul) double-

6,

fi,

minded, with a divided heart;
hypocritical, deceitful,
'.ip&fiev,

(ft.

same)

same
bly,

as otacrds*
/?ouA>)

AtuXt^oi),

-jffw, p.

through,
th.
V\T)

and
;

-iKa, (ft. ita uX^w to strain,
to filter,
to sift.

i!^(5|3ouXoc, -ou, 6,

and

oixa doudesign) discord>;,

(fr.

1 pi. cont. pres. ind. or sub. act. An/.'wvr, -ra, -ri, oont. cases par. pres. act. of

dregs)

strain,

ant,

differing,

disagreeing,

at
At'w, f. -<rw, p. -ica, to chase, hunt; to expel, drive away, turn out, banish ; to banish ; to

refine, purify

par. pres.

variance.

n. pi. o"tuXf'oiT. AtCAaivo), f. -avS), p. SeSiv^ayKa, to weave)
(ft.

uXodtv,

(fr. i,n either side,

same) on
doubly.
(fr.

both sides,

persecute,

same, andu^atvo)

to

interweave, weave into, mask; to embroider, work into; to to weave out the whole ;
-a,
f.

da-

-jV-A-,

>],

Poet.

jnjv

a month)

the

half a month.

fear, dread; to run, fly, escape.. same, and Awj3oXov and Aiw/3dXtov, -ou, rb, ' moon ; cij full twice, and o0o\bs a (fr. penny) a double obolos, two oboloi,

finish.
&i<j)dffios,

-ov,

Ion.

same as
fr. r/io

MXtilWos, -ov, b, (fr. same) dividing the month; the full moon. Or as some say, tin: half moon.
'I, -of, b,
ii,

twopence.

iiay^bs, -ov, b,

$MK<I) to pur(ft. sue) pursuit, rout, din, tumult,
AK'I
-

Aii^iro)

-5,

-affta,

(perhaps
a/In]

(ft.

same, and

'How, and

the touch)

a word) innhi^uous; prc(156)

i('<)C>tvov,

uproar; persecution. -fs, -, impf. act.

AOK
ttvoa, -as, -, 1 a. ind. act. o

-S,
f.

f.

-wow,

f fr.

-oj0>'c-u, and ad intens. and

twice, and cpt&u to cover) double-roofed; with the roof divided into two parts; with two
<5i$

ceremony,
assert

introduce o custom, an opinion, dogmatize ; to
debate, deliberate,

consult,

give

w0/a>
to to

drive) to pursue, rout; dispel, drive away, scatter;
repel,

to

roofs or stories surmnits.

;

with two tops or

an opinion, pass a sentence. Aoyliari^opai, to submit to ceremonies, be burdened with rites. 1 a.
act. eco-ypdnaa.

flight; to disprove^ refute ; to tJirust or force through. inf. act. 6io>6fiv -tiv pass. pres.

put

to

. f, -vyos, b, (fr. ci , -yos, , ciopvcffu to dig through) a ditch, trench, cut, canal, aqueduct.

2

pi.

pres. ind.

pass. <5oy/iari^o-0.
bs, -/), -bv, (fr.

iuKt, 2 sin. impr. act.
ind. act.
Kt/jLtv,

A<WK.T, 2
,

pi.

pres.

of same. twpt'^a, -as, -, 1 a. mid. iua-d/jievos, -?i -ov, par. of ctdi>6to.
per. act.
,

thoritative,
tical,

magisterial;

A<w*j Dor -- AiwA<o Kfptvai, _Eol.
/

AIWK; i?,2 sin. pres.

-tjoos, b, (fr.

same) a sur-

tem, averse
,

positive ; to innovation.

same) audogmawedded to a sys-

Ion.

gical instrument for protruding or pushing out substances from

for <5jwKtv, pres. Jnf. act.

Atu-

KOUSVOS, ij, -ov, par. pres. act.
tos,

wounds, probe; a bolt, bar; a pole on which any thing is carried.
:,

>/, (fr. Lat. dodrans, nine twelfths) a medical potion of- nine composed ingredients ;

-as,

diet-drink.

Ao&itnv,

-i;s, -T],

f

AU.

-EUS,
;

>/,

(fr.

3

.same) a pursuit, chase
cution.
Atw/cr^os, -a, -ov,
(ft.

perse-

"oh
A/xa0v,

pi. 1

f.

ind. pass.

Ao0s,

-7ffa,

-h, par.

1 a. opt. pass. 1 a. pass.

Dor.

for

A/tr70v,

which
1

pursued, chased lowed up ; ought
AICOKTT/S, -ov,

; to

same) to be must be fol-

Bceot. for c^Qriaav, 3 pass, of
tdti)

pi.

a.

sin. 1 a. sub. pass. Ao0>/Ao0f/va<, 1 a. inf. pass. o-ra, 3 sin. 1 f. pass, of &'<!w//t.

Ao0j/, 3

be persecuted.

-w,

o, (fr.

same) a pur-

Sync,
pass.
Orjn,

suer ; a persi

Ao0tr>, -f/vos, fi, a bile or boil; felon or whitlov.: p. cfdfirjKa, by neut. and Aomt, fern. pi. for oaftdw. per. pass. ind. Aota, AOJW, du. oftioioi. par. Stounuivos. 1 a.
f.

a

o/jn'/au),

Aiaku,
fr.

-fa>, p. OE^'w^a, (perhaps civ to drive, and &Ka swiftly)

f.

ind.

eoprjOr/v'

impr.
f},

fy?5-

Aom^w,

f.

-ao-w, (fr. ^otot

two)
to

to

-rw

par
Att. -EWS,
(fr. last)

doubt, hesitate, waver;
subjection,

con-

to

upon ;
trace;
flight,

drive, impel, to pursue,
to

hasten, press chase, follow,

[tTicis, -iog,

o

subduing;

con- Aot ovt-, -VKOS,

sider, revolve, deliberate, debate. b, a pestle, pounder ;

drive

away, put

to

quest.

a spoon,

ladle.

banish; to perse- Ap'i~ipa, -as, ft, (fr. same) a mis- AO T), -jfr, f,, (fr. ^oto two) doubt, cute, oppress; to prosecute, achesitation, uncertainty. tress, female conqueror, &c. a van- &oir/v, -TJS, -rj, in 3 pi. Ao7i', Boaot. cuse, charge with ; to rail at, Hfjrfip, -rjpo$, b, (fr. same) revile ; to and ^Eol. for f,oirjaav, opt. of strike, hit, smite, fell ; quisher, subduer, conqueror, masto run or ter ; a follow after, dtsire, fduv, 2 SL. act. of Slew fit. taming, breaking. aim at, endeavour; to frequent, A/jr/rds, ->?, -br, (fr. same) tamed; Aoto, -al, -d, and in du. Aoiw, Poet, for <5t5o>. haunt; to write or discourse of, subdued, conquered, vanquished. of <5//ws, or of discuss, describe, celebrate. 1 a. oKa^w, f. -a<7U, p. ctddicaKa, to KtSas, a. pi.
expel,

act.

ind.

sub.

Jicifw,

&'ua* impr. ciw^ov' in 2 pi. SIUI^TJTC.
a.

uwr), -T;S,

and

A^utfs, -Wos,

fj,

(fr.

observe, attend to

;

to

watch, look

pres. pass. ciuKOftai. per. pass.
icfluy/iai.
1
f.

1

pass.
pi.

(5(wv07/r.

subdue) a female slave, woman- servant, wuiting-u'cman handmaid.
fftdu) to

after ; to esteem, honour, respect ; to look for, wait for, expect, hope

pass, ona^&^aoiiai.
-K6vrt$,

Auwds,

-ov,

and A/iws, -wos,
slave,
f.

o, (fr.

Aiciwin', -ov<ra, -ov, n. act. par. pres.

same) a
vorraXj^ft),

Atoko^fv,

A^cDcri, d. pi.

man-servant. of (5^/ws.
-Yaw,

or fear an event ; to think, be of opinion; to sentence, award. Kac-ETs, 2 sin. 1 f. of last. Or Dor.
for ooKrjfftis,

-MCI,
of
last.
.

1

and 3

pi.

pres. sub. act.
;

and

-|o), (per-

Kaw -w,

f.

-r/o-o;,

same of toKfu. p. -rjKa, same as

s,

-ov, b, f great, large h
violent,

vehement,
tensive.

strong
(fr.

;

ex-

AIW//OT-OS, -ov, 6, and O//VV/K to

fi,

Sid intens.

swear) under an

oath, sworn. A/wv, -ovos, b, Dion, a man's name. Atwva, -as, a, Dor. for Aiwvi?, -17$, ^, a heathen idol ; the mother of Venus.

fr. ooi'f'w to shake, and ooKd^u). Or fr. Sovfu, Ao*?, impers. (fr. 6oKtw to seem) TrdXXw to vibrate. it and Tra\dfttj the hand) to s/iaA-e, appears, it seems good, fit or to right; it pleases. brandish, quiver, vibrate; Aodash against; to hit, AoK?v, pres. inf. act. cont. strike, wound.; to shake out clothes, Kf7s, -*?, -ATErrf, -ACOl'/in', -KOVCl, cont. persons pres. ind. act drtss, put on.

haps

,

Ion. for cvofy coals, d.
-d,
-bv,

P"

AOK?;, act.
COKfO).
Kfiito,

3

sin.

cont.

pres.

sub.

AOKWV, par. pres. act. of
f.

vo<peobs,
-tffffa,

and

Atwvo^acT/fvos, -77, -ov, par. per. pass, of tiwofidfa, fr. ltd intens.

-ev, (fr. next) dusky, shady, gloomy, obscure ; black, funereal.

-merit),

(fr.

coKfu

to

dark

;

thirik) to observe, watch, respect; to expect or wait for an oppor-

and

ovo/ido),

which

see.

Atwvtxrffos, -ov, 6, for Atdwc-osAt>aru, 3 sin. 1 a. impr. mid.

vo^os, -ov, 5, (perhaps fr. vtyos a cloud) darkness, obscurity, dimness ; a fog, mist, thick cloud ;

Aow -w,
to be

tunity, lay wait, pres. QOKivtiiv.
f.

deceive,

par.

Atwfm:,
ind. act.

-overt,

3

1 a. pi.

3 pi. 1 f. distress, misery. Aiwfy-e, -wen, 2 and AodVorrat, Aoao-aro, for loidvtrat, sub. act. of<5i/cw. 3 sin. 1 f. mid. and tcoidaaro, 3
6,
(fr.
6tu>K<t)

2 and

and sometimes c6l-ta, coKf)G<a, p. &fSo%a, and SeodictjKa, both unusual, to seem, appear;
in estimation, be thought, reputed, be approved, be really ; to esteem, rate, value, account,

Ai(5|;iirjros,

-ov,
;

to

drive,

and "rros a horse) a horserider

man,

a charioteer, driver.

Or for mid. of <5oaw. <$ofaffrai, 3 sin. 1 f. mid. and f(5ofa'c-aro, 3 sin. 1 a. mid. of
sin. 1 a.
i6yi*a,

deem;
choose;

to

approve,

like,

allow,

Adj. equestrian, clever in horse-

manship.
AtciflS, -fOS, Att. -0>S,
fl,

-aros,

rb,

(fr.

fioKlw

to

(fr.

Ol&KW

to pnrsue) pursuit; persecution. Aiwpfe, -as, fi, (fr. cul within, and ooof a limit) a delay, stop ; a deferring,

think) a decree, ordinance, act, law ; a judgment, sentence ; a

to think, suppose, imagine, conjecture ; to hope, expect ; to judge, be of opinion, think

proper, determine, resolve.
ctdictov

maxim, dogma ; a rite, ceremony,
institution, custom, tradition.
f.

-ow.

1 a.

act. ind.

/&>'

impC

sub.

procrastination

;

an
last\ Trfw,
(fr.
ii ft :
,'

"<ra),

p. ccfoyfidriKa,

and

per. pass. ocidKr/jiai, ofooyfiai, -fen, -term.

<5d"u>.

interval, space bet*
,

to
'

decree,

ordmn, enrrjr>in n

OKIJICW, for odxta, cont. for last.
'^:/7TJC,

6,

:';'(>,

-OC,

Att.

-WS,

//,

(*N

(157)

AOA
same) opinion, judgment, belief; imagination, fancy ; a phan-

ADA
twenty-four
furlongs
;

AOH

a cha- AdAwv, -ovos, o, Dolon, a man 8 name. riot; career. tasm, vision ; hope, expectation ; AoAi^do-Kifos, -ov, o, fa (fr. last, and AoAwv, par. pres. cont. of 5oAdu>. ax la a shadow) casting a long Or, g. pi. of i3<JAos. supposition, guess, conjecture ; shadow, long-shadowed; long, of AdAwo-tj, -toj, Att. -tws, fa (fr. 06fame, report, rumour; esteem, Aos fraud) a deceiving, imposigreat length. Or, (fr. same, and credit, reputation. xla to go) far-flying. oixa(*>, f. -ao-w, p. cecoKijiaKa, tion, deception ; a cheat, fraud,
(fr.

Sd

approved)

to

try,

AoAfws,

treach(fr.<5dA ( of deceitful)

artifl.ce,

plot.
(fr.

prove, essay or assay, examine; to to prove, feel, experience ; think, suppose, be of opinion; -to to approve, discern, distinguish ; choose, allow, pres. impr. pass. 3 pi. SoKinagiffQwaav. per: pass.
deSoicip.aauat.
,oKij.idffai,
1

erously, artfully.

Ad//a, -aros, rb,

SiSu^i to give)

a gift, present; a reward; AoAdns, -taaa, -tv, same as^oXfpdj. bribe, pi. cd/jtara. AoXo^avavcs, -ov, 6, Poet, and Dor. Tor o\op'i%avos. Aopcm^w, f. -tffw, (fr. same)
AoAo^J/ra, v. sin. of

a
to

AoAo^r?7s,
-(oj, o,

-

Sfjtcv,

present, give, bestow, confer. Ion. Mptvai. Dor.
ooijvai,

for

fj,

(fr.

o6\os fraud, and
treacherous,

2

a. inf.
f.
f.

of olStapi.
p.
-JJKO,

a. inf.

AoKt^airn, 3
pi. 1 a.

sin. If. AoKtjuacTjrt, 2 sub. act. of last.

prjrts counsel) crafty, cunning, Aojut'w -&,

-(70-0),

and
to.

artful ; deceitful, insidious.

Ao^iEvw,

-vaw,
(fr.

(fr.

next)

raise build, erect,

a fabric.
to build)

.OKiuavta, -us, fa (fr. last) proof,
trial,

s, -ov, o, (fr. <5dAos

de-

icuij, -rjs, >%

Stpu

examination, experiment.
-ov,
o,
(fr.

ceit,

'and

jujj^ov?/

a contrivance)

building,

eiliflce,

structure;

a a

,oKiuaffT>is,

same) a

a

tner,
critic.

examiner,

censor, judge,

plotter, contriver; tor of frauds ; deceitful,

an invenartful,

wall, bulwark, fortification; the form or structure of the body.

treacherous.
fa (fr. c6Ktp.os

.o/cfyij), -rjs,

ed) proof, trial, perience, practice.
>OAcfyi(oi',

approv- AdAoTTss, oi, a people of Thessaly. experiment; ex- AoAoTTEcro-i, Poet, and Ion. for Adi,

Aduvos, -ov, o, and Ad/*va, -as, fa Lat. dominus, domina) a (fr. master, mistress ; lady ; lord,
sovereign, ruler, prince, princess.
Ao//di><$,
(fr.

d. pi.

of AdAod'.
o,

-ov, TO, (fr.
test ;

a probe ; a reficriterion, ner's crucible; a trial, experiment.
-ov, 6,
f),

same) apron/", AoAoTriW, -ovos, man's name,
-a?,
ceit,

jDolqpfon,
(fr.

a

next) homeward^

to

the house.
<5dAos

de- Aduas, -ov,
ar-

5, (fr.

and

n-AfKw to knot)
trick ;

an

house,
si

home;
residence,

build) a dwelling, man-'

(tyw

to

(fr.

SoKfu to aptried,

tifice,

stratagem,

fraud

on,

abode

;

a fold,

pear)

approved, proved,
-ui, (fr.

deceit, treachery, falsehood.

cote, stable.

accepted.
last) to try, prove.
-ft^os,

fa

(dim. of next) a
(fr.

small beam,
Ao*rdf,

joist, Sac.

AoAoffAikos, -ov, o, f], (fr. same] AovaOeiara, Dor. for (W^forc-a, fem. inventive in artifice, artful, inpar. 1 a. pass, ofoovtia. triguing ; deceitful, false, treach- Aoram'f, -fos, Att. -tuts, o, %, (fr. erous. next)/ull of reeds, rushy, sedgy.
o,

-ov,

fa

ceive) a beam,
spear, lance.

rafter.;

Stvofiai to re- AoAoppa^rjSi -ios -ovs, a shaft, same, and parru) to

fa

(fr

a. sin.

Aovajoja, Ion. for -fa.

MKOS,

-ov, 6, Poet, for o6Ktj

ting, artful, intriguing, designing, deceitful.

sew) plot cunning

Adval". -anas, o, (perhaps fr. Sovfo to shake) a reed, cane ; a shaft, a pen ; a pipe; the arrow ;

-w,

f.

(fr.

ooitds

Aovarpd^os, -ov, 6, hi ("" last, and it.. to breed) bearing reed-s^ joists ; rpf'c&u AdKwo-ts -ios, Att. -to)?, ft, overgrown witfi rushes, bordered with sedge. same) laying the rafters, roof. tie, or fo'Aco to ensnare, or <^Afu to ing, flooring ; a building. deceive) a trick, ar^fice, de- Aovfw -w, f. -);<TU, p. -TjKOi and Aovn'o), f. -ET'ffu, to shake, move, AoAfpos, -, -ov, (fr. <5dAo? deceit.) ception, cheat, ; treachery, fraud, cunning, crafti/ ; deceitful, frauagitate, brandish, quiver; to disfalsehood, deceit. dulent, treacherous; artful, AoAoDvrss, n. pi. cont. par. pres. turb, trouble, disorder ; to pro-

beam)

to

lay beams, rafters or

to floor.

a AoAoppa0('a, -as, and Ion -<f>{rj, -rjs f], (fr. same) craft, snbtilty cunning, artifice, fraud, dect (fr. AdAos, -ov, 6, (perhaps fr.

bridge of a lyre.

sidious.

act.

AoAot'r,

pres.

inf.

act.
j

cont. AoXfpw?, (fr. last) artfully, deceitful lij, treacherously. AoAo0pS$j)f, -fos -ovs, d. pi. fem. with i added AiA(an, <5dAos deceit, and

6,

ft,

. (fr.

i

deceitful, artful, intriguing,\&6vn<ns, -ios, Att. -a>s, fa (fr. treacherous. AdA(os, -a, -ov, same as cn\cp6s. same) agitation, disturbance; a. sin. Ion. ^oAu/iv vibration, quivering ; motion. AoAo^povf'w -w, f. -ijvo), (fr. same,j AoAidw -5, f. -ojo-u)., p. <5tAo) and (ppovfw to think) to plot, Advres. n. pi. of ^ous, par. 2 a. act. , (fr. last)/o use deceit, practise scheme, contrive 7nischief. oTo^/ii. and fraud, deceive, beguile, betray. -OTTOS, o, j%a, -as, fa (fr. <?o*:/a> to think) (fr. same, too\iovaav, Bosot. for eSoMovv, 3 the face) a spy, scout, senesteem, credit, value, account, p!. cont. impf. act. tinel, videttc ; a Her in reputation ; sentiment, expectasassin. AoAfy', for 3oAfy, neut. pi. of tion, opinion, judgment, belief; AoA(5u) -w, f. -LOGO), p. Of^oAwKa, a guess, conjecture; fame, rev, o, f), (fr. f nown., celebrity ; (fr. same) to act deceitfully or rank, prefer oAt^d? ment ; glory, honour, praise; long, and cpfr^ios an oar) liaring treacherously ; to ensnare, seor using long oars ; haril;/ seaduce; to deceive, beguile, flatter ; splendour, brighttiess, irradiation.
\
|

of

0pa^w

to think)

j

voke, irritate ; to drive along. Advrjpa, -aros, TO, (fr. last) disturbance, trouble, tumult; a whirling, quick rotation.

i

AoAi^d^fjpoj

deprave, corrupt, adulterate, or AovXi^d^tpoy, for fainfy ; to circumvent, overreach, the measure, -ov, o, f,, (fr. same, cheat. and ^ip>j the neck) long-necked. AdAw, d. sin. AdAovs, a. pi. ofi AoAvo/, (neut. of next) long, far,

men.

to

A 7:5

courts eivat, to be

contrary to

opinion, disappoint,
ol-d^tj),
f. -affu, p. 5c&6%aKa, (fr. last) to praise, commend. honour,

aftr

for a long time. -iv, par. 1 a. pass. of <*oA(5w. -j, -bv, long ei'her in ex tension or time lengthy ; te- AdA 6\n$ frau^) s, 6, (fr. dious, prolix. Subs, the Ions race ioniard ; the name of or course, of twelve the smallest sail in a furlongs,, ship, topand when run back sail. again, of
;
,

?,

;

mag-nify, extol, glorify ; to advance, promote, exalt, prefer ; to judge, suppose, deem, think^ impf. &5|aguess, imagine,
a. act. ind. t>6%aca' 1 or. impr. fa^acov* sub. 5od<ru>' inf. per. pass. C'tc-fifcaffucti.

fioizdc'iH.

(158)

AOP
1 a.

AOT

AOT

pass. ind. coo^da&iiv sub.

ApA
timber) wooden, like woo!!, hard.

APE
,

APT
Ion. for par.
fern. pi. bpt^dfitvai, n.
f.

made of wood ;
r],

par. oftcpapov, 2 a. act.
at,

2

mid. of

(5pfyw

&ovpijvCKri$, -tos -ov$, b,

rpf'^w. a spear, and r>>/<%long) a spends Ion. for jdftr/na, -aros, ro, 6p6fto$. as far as a spear is thrown. Apa/xouda, fern. 2 a. par. act. of cast, sin. of Aovp?, for o6oa~i or &6pvi, A.

(fr. <5dpv

obs. 'see

1 f. mid. of last. or "5/>u cpaivu, both obs. the tenses of the former are used by

Spdw, which see.
'*]S,
,

tro's',

and AoAovp/*fXyroj,
b, fj,(fr.S6pv

ApoVai, Dor. for act. of tiprjm,

iSp/jvaj,

2

a.

inf.

PIK\VTOS, -ov,

a spear,

and

Sadd), or

same as Spaivw, same as i5Wpaoxu>.
to hold)

-ov, 8, Ion. for Spairfrns. Ion. for tpdaas, 1 a. par.
-on, o, Ion. tor cpaa/jios* /, Ion. for opaaro8,
-v

act. of <5ndw.
f

T

i"

*

j,

Apaf, -KOJ, same as hear) good at the spear, famous in war, brave, warlike., vt Hilary. Poet, for <5oAovplKTT)Tos, -ov, f>, fi }
K\f,ib>

and

to celebrate or K\VIO to

8, (fr. (5pdo-o-w

avvtj, -TIS,

par.
f.

1

a.

mid.
next)
to

of Apt'Xoj, -ov,
to

a worm, particularly
in the intestines.

which breeds
-n>ff(i),

pticmfTos, for Aoupfif, sin. of

i,

(fr.

Ap</ma,
fern,

j;.

-aj, d. -a, a. -av,
-v,

&c.

(5jparoj
(fr.

or

$6pvo$, g.

run away, escape from }
,

slip,

Aoy?ov,

Sopv. -ov, rb,

au,
nose, and
biting,

(perhaps

fr.

piv the

Sf^o^ai to re-

ceive) a vessel, receptacle, reservoir, cistern.

aTrm??, -on, 6, (fr. <5pau to run) a runan-ai/ slave; a fugitive, vagabond ; a coward.
Apa7TrY<5?7j,
r

corrosive
;

rough
lent,

^vw to wrinkle) acrid, ; sharp, sour, keen, severe, harsh ; vioirascible ;
subtle,

Ao%>'jiov,

Ao^r), -Jjj, i^, (fr. same) tainment, feast, banquet. -OD, rb, Ion. for Soyetov*
-r/f,
>i,

an

enter-

Dor. Apaffr/(5af, and
slave.

angry,

Aparm<r/coj, -ov,8, (dim. of last)
/e

crafty, artful.

runaway

&ptpvTr,s, -r/ros,

//,

(fr.

last) acidity,

Ao^fj,
Ao^/idf,
5,
fj,

(fr. Cf%ojjiai

to con-

-ovffa, -ov, par.

2

a.

act.

'sourness, harshness;
violence,
severity,

roughness,
inge-

tain) a

-7),

palm, span. -bv, and A^jUiof,
oblique,

of of
-ot>,

anger; keen-

crooked,

bent;
to

Apa<rau>, (fr. cpdw to do, wish to act.
pdai[jio$, -ov, b,

to act) to desire

ness, cunning,

acuteness,

nuity.
?;,

wreathed, twisted, cross. AOY/^OW -w, f. -wcru, (fr. last)
lean,
incline
; 1

(fr.

same) Aptov,
TO,

-ov, rb,
(fr.

and

Apt'oj, -EOS -ov?,

prompt, active;
ful.
Apaffjjibs,

efficacious, power-

dpvs

a tree) a grove,
(fr.

to

bend,
par.

bov),

ivood, thicket.
-ov,
8,
(fr.

crook,

turn.

a.

pass.
to con-

<5pdw to run Apoirr/,

-t]g,

,'},

same) a

bath,

away) a flight.
r,,

bathing-tub, trough.

-bv, (fr.

Sf^opai
its

>acr<ro//)'oj,

par. pres. mid. of
io catch, ; to ga-

Apo//a?b, -a, -ov,

and Apo/mj,-<<5o?,

tain) holding, containing.

the name of an herb. 1 f. mid. ing, roving. >/, Also, SfSpnyfiai. cpdl-ouai. 1 mid. ind. t^pa^d^rjv impr. Apo//as, -a3o, fi, (fr. same) a kind a. r5, (fr.