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For convenience,
- means equal
absol. ace.

the following Abbreviations have

been used

:

or equivalent to absolutely
:

= absolute,

Latin Lat. lengthd. = lengthened
to

=

= accusative ace. to = according = active voice act. = active signification Adj. = adjective Adv. = adverb Aeol. = Aeolic, in the Aeolic dialect aor. = aorist tense Att. = Attic, in Attic Greek c. = cum (with)
Act.
c. ace.

masc.

= masculine

Med. = medial or middle voice
med. = medial or middle signification metaph. = metaphorically

= metri gratia (for the sake of the = nomen proprium (proper name) N. T. = New Testament negat. = negativum (negative) neut. = neuter
metri grat.
n. pr.

metre)

Subst.

cognato = with cognate accusative, i e. with a which has the same or a similar signification

nom. = nominative
opp. to
orig.

with the Verb
c.

opt. or optat.

= opposed to — optative mood

gen. pers.

= cum

genitivo personae

of.

=

confer (compare)

part.

collat.

= collateral

= originally = participle Pass. = passive voice
pass.

Com. = Comic, in Comic Greek Compar. or Comp. = comparative
Conjunct.
contr.
cp.

= passive
=
=-

signification

pecul.

— peculiar
perfect tense
plural

= conjunction = contracted, contraction
Verb, i.e. a Verb
of Middle
or

perf. or pf.
pi.

or plur.

dat.

= compare = dative Dep. = Deponent
deriv.

= plusquamperfec'.um = poetically Prep. = preposition
plqpf.

(pluperfect)

poet.

Passive forms with Active sense

pres.

— present
= quod

tense

= derived, derivation dissyll. = dissyllable Dor. = in Doric Greek e. g. = exempli gratia £p. = in Epic Greek esp. = especially etc, = et cetera
f.

priv. or privat.
q. V.

= privativum

vide

radic.

qq. V. quae vide radical

=

fem.

= future tense = feminine fin. = ad finem or fine
or fut.

= regular, regularly = shortened signf = signification sing. = singular sq. = sequens (the following
legul.

shortd.

word)

sub.

= subaudi,

subaudito

freq.= frequent, frequently
gen. or genit. := genitive

subj.

= subjunctive mood
= Substantive
Greek

Subst,
syll.

Horn.
i.

= Homer
est

e.

= id

imperat. or imper. = imperative mood imperf. or impf = imperfect tense
impers.
indie.
inf.

= syllable Trag, = Tragic, in Tragic trans. = transitive trisyll. = trisyllable
usu.
V.

= impersonal

= indicative mood
Ionic dialect

intr.

= infinitive mood or intrans. = intransitive

= usually = vide verb. Adj. = verbal
— voce, vocem

adjective

voc,

Ion.

irreg.

= Ionic, in the = irregular

vocat.

= vocative

:

:

A,,
J

A
TO,
indecl., first
letter

of the Gr.

alphabet.

As numeral,

' = 65, ,

but

^a

= looo.

5
as

as becomes In Ion. Greek as, is used instead of In Dor. Greek but the verbal term, is changed into

,

ao(pos wise,

together t as in

though question or tensivum, viry much, as in a-TcvTys, euphonicum, affecting IV. this is very rare. by a king. for the sound only, not the sense, as

Xpos,
d,

.

ov, {a privat., unenvied. for for without envy. exclamations used to express strong Adv. untrodden, ov, (a privat., ov, also emotion, like our ah! inaccessible : of a river, not fordable : of holy places, &, a, to express laughter, like our ha ha. a, Dor. for artic. 2. Dor. for relat, pron. not to be trodden, inviolate : hence pure, chaste. unsteady, waverov, (a privat., Dor. for y, dat. of os. 3.
S,

, -, € -$. -^, -^. -^, -€5, - , -^ ^. -8,
,
for
:

,$ -5, .
and
unbaptized.
€5,

$, -€5,
€S,

. ,
amined

(a privat.,

;3^)

ov, (a privat.,

^)
Adv.

speechless.

chic frenzy, uninspired, joyless. ov,

(o privat.,

dipped, that will not sink, Lat. immersabilis.

into

(

privat.,

$)

as prefix in

compos,:

I.

privativum, no/, as densome.

wnwise.

II.

copulativum,
III.

-(<8,
trial.

ov,

(a privat.,

iu-

by torture, tinquestioned.
ov, (a privat.,

-\$

\-

[]

or

,

-5,

~$,

,

) ) ) )
not heavy
:

)

without Bacfiot

to

be
II.

not bur-

not ex-

-$,

without

not ruled

•,
dacra,

.

^

ov, (a privat.,

lable, of the Styx,

) , '. ', , , , " , . ,. , ,
aeOXos
a
is,

-$ -,

by which the gods swore dangerous or difficult task.

)
v.

.

not to be hurt, invio- ing, fickle.
:

— but

(a privat.,

^)

inviolable.

-,
-5, -8,

-($,

$)

ov,

(a privat.,

\$)

not profane,

unbroken, not to he
not to be touched

broken, bard, strong.
invincible.

a-airros, ov, (a privat.,

thing, silly, stupid.
ov, (a privat.,

\\, -€05,

:

ov, lengthd. poet, for

-€$.

6€, , -€€5, -8, -05,

stupidity:

from

ov,

(a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

$)

daros, contr. aTOs, ov, (a privat., to sa- without subsistence, poor. = tiate) insatiate, aros ov, (a privat., insatiate 0/ battle. = privat., ov, old Ep. Verb, used chiefly in aor. i act. a.^\a^i\.a,-r],freedo7nfro7n harm: security: from contr. med. contr. and I. without harm : pass, es, (a privat., the pres, occurs only in 3 sing, of II. act. harmless, innoMed., all in Hom. to hurt, damage, esp. pass, unharmed, unhurt. Ep. to hurt mentally, mislead, infatuate : so too in Med., cent : preventing harm Adv. iravras 11. But the Med, and Pass. usu. without harming, without infringement. have an intr. sense, to go astray, to be infatuated or be, poet, for not thrown or privat., wildered, to go wrong, err, sin, do foolishly. [Hom. has rJTos, , , shot, of an arrow. so too but
:

,

vived, intolerable, insupportable

.$, €,
= da;,

:

&.^

to satisfy,

whence 3

sing,

Dor. for

{)

or arrow.

to be speechless.

-, -, -5, -5, -,

(

(

ov, (a privat.,

is,

(a privat.,

) -(. ) ) )

$. 5. $) $,
;

) $

($)

good-for-no-

unforced. not to be lived or surII.

)

~$,

-$,

not hit by a dart

without bleatings.

:

: ^

:

defenceless

yyayov, aor. 2 ind. privat., ov, helpless, Ep. for aor. 2 Dor. -StC, Adv. (a privat., poet, form of uncalled, without stitntnons. is, {ayaOas, Dor. -utos, ov, (a privat,, uncontr. to

called.

unheeded.

involuntary.

advised

hence poor.

cately stepping,

effeminately

riant hair or leaves.

) -, ) ) -5, )) -, -5, -5, ) -, (, )
Adv.
ill

) ,$, -. , )) , , ^, ,. , -8, -, ) ) , -, «€, ^, ^, ) -5, -, -5, ^) -, , ,) , ^-^) -5, -,
-$,—, , ( 6$. -, -. -. -5,
:

.

euphon., of death, easy, light.
fs,

weak, feeble,

thomed: generally, ufifathomable, enormous.
as Subst.
v.

It

the abyss, bottomless pit.

=

sub

Dor. for ov, Dor. for

redupl. aor. 2 inf. of

:

Ep. for

(

--,

subj. of

-8.

-€$,
:

-^,
From

II.

unmourned.

contr.

to admire. seeming good. do good ; and , a good or noble

to meet.

deed

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

— ov

ov, (a

privat,,

—5.

-5, —

,

counsel, thoughtlessness

ov, (a privat.,

Adv. -ws,
ov,

superl.

,

(

privat.,

.
effeminacy.
c.

{ayaBos, epyov) untended, doing good: ol at Sparta, the five oldest knights, who went on missions for the state. to he imwilling. = and unwilling From 17, =d'ya0o-ep7ia. = ayaeo-epyos. -Troios, 6v, {ayados,

iingrazed.

-€05,

good

service.

contr.

'.^(^,

,

;

:

from

''^, , ,
i.

good

in

its

kind, opp, to

6$,

inconsiderate,

ill-

bad:
later in
etc.,

in

Homer

usu, of heroes, brave, noble:
2.

moral

sense,

good, virtuous.

of things,

without oxen

good

in their kind; neut.

ayaOa

the

-€05,

fortune, wealth, also

ov, (a privat.,

is,

(a privat.,
ov, 6,

unwetted. without weight.
softly or

(6$,

deli- also

[]
,

ov,

(05, yoos) ov, (ps,

womanishly

wailitig.

living delicately or TOS,

:

,$ ^, $, .
summum bojium. of comparison. The
Lat.

good

ayaOov, fare, dainties ; There are no regular forms

/€$,

ov,

with delicate^ luxuwithout Bacchus.
soft-sandalled.
richly luxu-

riant.

soft,

formed from

5, $, ) {$,

with soft coverings. []
ov,

Adv.

delicate,

wax wanton, give oneself pride oneself on a thing.

eaten.

) -$. , -, ) 5, -8, ) '5, ya ,: : ', , , , -%, , ,=-$. -5, ,
immortal, divine, holy.

,, 5, ,
ov,

-$, -, -€5, -5, '2, ,
luxurious.

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a copul.,
ov,

5) $) {05,
{05,
to

) $)
=

do good

noisy, boisterous.

only

, , , ,
also

Comp.

(piprepos.

Adv. in use is form of yao€py€. (ayaeos) to make good, exalt. Pass, to be of good cheer.
contr.

($) common The
:

Sup.

() €, 5,
in

use

Ep.

, ,are
:

goods of

Ep.

apiOTOs,

ev, well.

II. to

,

renowned : gen.
sing,

-,
in

(ay)
es,

(ayaOos) goodness, kindness. collat. form of
to be

yaa, yoa^^

bad sense,

angry
/iXe'os)
;

at

:

to envy.

{ayav,

,

.) = 6$.
(Akin to

6v, also os, ov, delicate, pretty, dainty,

f.

,

miss,
q. v.

gen.

$, , ()
;;,

delicacy, luxuriousness.
like

-, -,
-$.
f.

ov, also

ov, (a privat.,

)
live

—Ep.

-, , , -08,
ya^ee,
pi.

yaos
(ayav,

very glorious, famous,

,

ya(s, dat. sing, yae. = yaes.

shortd. poet, forms, ace.

word

inclytids.

-

well-built or placed.

-€, -5,

{ayav,
ov,

giving none.

6S,

ov, 6,

on/OS,

{$, , , ($,

tender of natttre.
softly

lacte depulsus.

clad:

( privat.,
aor. i.

,
f.

(a privat.,
II.

))
like
: :

«)

yas,
=
without

a poet. fem.

,
Lat.

getting none, weaned, Lat.

fiws,

17,

aor.

r|yaia

exceeding great joy. also as Dep.

[a], strengthd. for

yoa•. —
iris

From
to re:

milk,

treat

delicately

.-

— Pass,
airs
;

,

-,

ov,
II.

(a privat.,

pass, not to be eaten, uneatable.

ov, (a privat.,

^ ) )
to

unwetted, waterless. joice exceedingly.

($): —to make
delicately,

5, , a plant, the
aor.

f.

ya,

ox flag.

inf.

yabv

ya =
ydat.
c.

to tnake glorious, glorify,

honour, esp.

to

a god: also to deck, adorn:
to

— mostly in Pass,
thing,

glory,

delight,

exult in a

Hence

not havinr^

delight,

bottomless, unfa-

hence,

that wherein one delights, a glory, ornament : a pleasing gift, esp. for the gods: 2. a statue in honour of a god; the image

$,

:

:

Ep. ayaacOai

mostly in (even Dep. I. in Att.), Ep. to wonder : more freq. to wonder at or admire a but also rivi, Lat. admiperson or thing, II. in bad sense, to envy, be angry at, rari. Homer uses in this sense only aor. I irepi Tivos. or and as pres.

, , () ) -, ^ , () ^ ^,^ ' 5, , , () ^, ^ , 05,
of a god as an object of worship image.
6,

statues, a statuary, sculptor.

-, "',
:

€.

3

, (/,
7)^, Ep.
:

)
3.
;

any statue or

'-€)€8, ,

Ion. for

ayanwvTfs,

pres. part. pi.
:

a maker of

, (ya)
ccws,

brotherly love

charity,

an

[]

object

of

love,

deliciae.

2 pi.

ayaaOe Ep. ayaaaOf,
2 pi.

inf.

ayaaOai
;

impf.

fut.

opos, 6, (ayairaw, loving manliness, manly.

love,

Lat.

[]

Ep.

the aor.

I

,

the feeling

of

Pass,

form

but also Med.

affection.

ov, verb. Adj. of

to be loved,

acquiesced
tionate.

in.

, ^,

,

-$,,

celibacy.

From
:

^.

,

,
:

05, ,
the least

Adv.

-kOjs.

dearly beloved
in, as

ov,

(

privat.,

ded, single, Lat. coelebs

$

^) —

riage.

Adv. very, much, very much: the word gebeing its equiv. nerally is only Dor. and Att., II. too, too much, Lat. nimis, in Ep. and Ion. ayav, Lat. ne quid nimis, not as in the proverb [ayav, but later sometimes too much of any thing,
0701'.]

',

a marriage that

is

unmarried, unwed- fully, contentedly; to be contented, a-ya- like ayairav. Tragic phrase, 2. in Att. prose, so as only just to no marriage, a fatal mar- content one, i.e. only just, scarcely =
strong or swift-flowitig. pres. inf. of

^
:

verb. Adj. of worthy of love. 2. evil. II. Adv.

, ,

disposed to love, affecbeloved,

,
.

to be acquiesced

yans

yaws, cheer(/,

Hence vexed, displeased, or angry at a thing. c<ws, 17, irritatio?t, vexation.

tating, vexatious.

~KWS.

ayavos.

, , ,
',
f.

der, marvel.

,
, ,

(ayav) to feel irritation

— to be

05, ,
.08, , ,

yaa.
irri-

, , ,
,

-poos, ov, contr. ayap-povs, ovv,

)
I

yaa.
ay
that which

, (yaa) yoa, [],
poet,
poet,
for

aor. I pass. part, oi

.
is

admired, a won-

6v,

(ayavanTiw) irritable. verb. Adj. of ayavaKTiw,

irritable,

=

yavas.
dat.
plur.

ov, (ayav, much groaning, howling, of the waves, loud-wailing. admirable. Adv. for poet, for ayaoTOs, as

-5,
,

^,

fut.

)

o{ 3 sing. aor.

yaa.
of

Adv.
of

snow-capt,

-5, '\$.

,
-08, ,

08., , (yaa) 05,
, akin
to

05, ,, (yaa) , 05,

-$.

poet,
ov,

for

ayavdis,

gentle, kindly

sudden death was ascribed.

disposed

y(vos,

, -, ,
,

(ayav,

)

fern,

Adv.

much snowed upon,

,

ov.

Dor. for
copul.,

yvp(os.

(
,

:

esp.

yavos, mild, of the arrows of Artemis, to which

yvva)

Only poet.

gentleness, kindliness.

$, -,
:

ov,

gen. ovos, {ayavos,

benign.
i5os,

)

From
kindly

loud-sounding. (ayyapos) to despatch a courier or messenger : to press one to serve as a courier. to ayyaprjiov 6, Ion. form = ayyapos the business of an ayyapos. , Persian word, a mounted courier, such as were kept ready at regular stages throughout

, /. -€8,
€,
5,
€.

,

illustrious, noble.
stately,

proud :

sup.

$,

f.

,

ov, (ayav,

iyyoa)
:

Persia for carrying the royal despatches.
Ion.

y1ra•.

, ,
are

opos,

, (ayavos, 6, . Dor. for
see

^, .,
f.
f.
:

only found in part. in act. sense admiring,

Ep. form of

yaa,

) -.
ay

mild-eyed.

reservoir.

news,

ya^r.

;» €\

come, entertain, in

aor. I pass, riyyi\Ka, pass, generally, to be fond of, to love dearly. II. of to bear a message, bring tidings or news, to things, to be well pleased, to be contented at or with a proclaim, report, tell Med. to announce oneself: thing : c. inf. to be wont to do, like [aya] Pass, to be reported of. Hence
:

yna, Ep. (ayaa, yoa)•. — of persons, welwhich sense and Dep. ayaused by Homer — take leave of:
aor.
:

Dor. for

yas.

ya
also to

ya
to

pf.

-, )
to
f.

.
:

-, ,
-, ,

(ayyos) a

vessel, pail

:

a

come on account of a message. a proclamation : a command, order.
Ion.
6,

pf.

,, ' ,
a messenger.
ov,

67; (

Ion.

(ayyfXos) a message, tidings,

a message concerning

me

;

€2.

€-5, (,
:

,

(ayycXia) a messenger. aor. I ijyyaXa Ep.
:

:
:

yye\a

^^;»'

Hence

.

(')

€, ,

a message, tidings, news.
a

!

'ArrOS,
pail
:

, ,
a

, ,
€(,
:

ayyfAoy
II.

^,
yep.

, 17, (a77^^^*') ^ messenger, envoy. messenger from God, an angel.

,

Ion. for

'>(^.

ov, (a privat., yepas) without a gift of honour, unrecompensed, unrewarded. dycpccrOai, Ep. aor. 2 med. inf of ay

cos, TO,

a vessel of any kind, a jar, pan,

chest, box.

Adv. (ay

€6,

like

by carrying. used as Adv. properly Imperat. of come ! co?ne on ! well ! Lat. age (ayw) pf. ayrjyepKa aor. I rjyfipa
:

)

,

:

:

II. Pass, bring together, gather together, collect. pf. Ep. 3 pi. Tjyepdiv aor. i Ep. 3 pi. plqpf. a7777ep/Liat, Ep. 3 pi.

to

:

yepv,

:

aycpovTO, 3 pi. Ep. aor. 2 med. of aycpoxos, ov, = cws, , {ayapd) a gathering, mustering. ov, in good sense, brave, high-minded, lordly : in bad sense, overweening, haughty, fierce. Adv. -<*}^• (Deriv. uncertain.)

yy€pao: — to
sense

yyipaa

:

we

also

come together, assetnble : in which have an Ep. aor. 2 med. ayip^aeai,

, ,
<€5,
6,

,
[]

-€5,

Ep. for

yepav,

.

3

pi.

aor.

I

pass,

of

ypos.

yp.

^. €-5, , , yis. 48,
Ion. impf. oi

{ayw,

ayipovTO, partic. syncop. gathered together.

yp€vos, , ov,

assembled,

-€5,
reverence.

Dor. for
ov,
of, c.

)
Ep. 3

leading the host.
tasting:

(a

privat.,

y€ox^^) not

neighbour:

gregarious.
at large.

-€, 62;. €5, ,

without taste

gen.
in good sense, wonder, awe, bad sense, envy, hatred, spite : of

€.

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat., 764x0;»') without
solitary, desolate.

, {ayaa)
2.

Dor. for
Pass.

{yK)

ybv.
to live in herds, to be
2.

the gods, jealousy.

of the herd or multitude, common.

company.
ter.

-€,

,
,

ov,

{ay€\^ belonging to a herd, feeding
herds or shoals, gregarious.

to break.

II. in

,

6,

{y, ,)
privat.,

pass, of
the leader

of a

Adv. (a
ov,

7€;)
y€\)

without laughnot laughing,

-€5,

lution or a polluted person, Lat.

(a privat.,

cf.

grave, sullen.

( «,
€,

trifling.^

ayiXiia, (dy, epith. of Athena, = 7{5, ayovaa, she that drives off the spoil. a herd of oxen or kine, Lat. armenttim, grex : later any herd or company. Adv. (7€77) in herds or companies. Also Adv. from a herd. Ep. dat. of Dor. for 1776/*-. Dor. and Ep. for 3 pi. aor. 2 pass, from [a] 2. Ep. 3 sing, for "^yev, impf.

, , ,. , ,
, {y)

)

II.

not to be laughed at, not

7€;.

{ayw) Lat. agnien, a body or division of an army, a corps, esp. of the Lacedaemonians. Dor. manliness, manhood, courage. (ayav, Dor. opos, 6, manly, heroic : also headstrong, haughty : and sometimes stately, splendid. pf. act. of ay to lead.

{y\)

y4.

not

yvv
,

(yav,

Contr.

:

nom. dual

from 070;

-6€8,

pedigree, of

meanness. a-7€V€ios, ov, (a privat., yiveiov) beardless, boyish. es, (a privat., yevos) unborn, uncreated: but usu. II. of no family, i. e. low-born, opp. to ayaOos.
:

,

to lead.

ov, (a privat.,

yiVioKoyio) without

unknown

descent.

{ayivifi) low birth

-€5,

ov, {aykoa Dor. for yio1l, leading the chorus or dance. [d] rjpos. Dor. for admirable, wondrous. [3]

, -5, , -5, -, -, , , ^,
-5,
ov,
(ov,

-, -,
ov,

7. yd. -€, , () -(. , -€5, -, , ,^. -, ,
-€,
pf. act.

,, , ,
,
[d],

in

,

{ayvv)

a fragment,

piece, splinter.

Ep. for

ky,

3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 pass, of ayvvpi,
pi.

pf.

and

plqpf.

yfp.

and

pass, of

aor. I inf. of

(ayos,

to drive

away pol:

,

piaculum exigere

,

)

=

sq.

ov, (a privat., yrjpas) free

growing old:
OJV

generally,
'.

from old age, undying, undecaying.

ace.

sing,

yf]pv

or

yp, nom.

and

ace. plur.

yps.

:

= ayqpaos.

contr. for ayqpaos.

ytveaOai) unborn, uncreated. II. not having happened, Lat. infectus : hence false, groundless. €s, = ayevrjs 11. Adv. ov, privat., yfvv) unbegotten, unborn : without origin. II. like aytvrit 11, lowborn, mean. Dor. for yL•a.
ov,

-€8,
-€5,

(a

privat.,

a holy place, sanctuary.
ov, 0,

-€5,

~$.

, , ,
,
ayi,
f.

, {yaa)

y.

)

(

Lat. dedicare.
f.

€,

riyiviov. Ion.

, ,

(ayios) to hallow, consecrate.

3 sing. aor. aros,

, {) {y) , = yaa.
,
:

1 pass,

imper. of
is

y.
hallowed,
sacred,

that which

consecration, sanctification.

Att.

{ayios) to hallow,
pres.
:

^

Ep. ayivccKov

inf.

lengthd. Ion. form of

^^

make

:

impf.

y,

:

to carry, bring to bear fruit,

tion

other books of the Old Testament as distinguished from the Law and the Prophets.
sacred, holy: of persons, pious, pure: as Subst., ayiov,
TO,

-, -:

— Med.

to

have brought one.

ov, (ayios,

(sub.

') ),

written by inspirathe

^. -,
:

II.

-8,

poet, for

poet, for

[],

Psalms and

arm.

,

javelin,

the javelin itself.

a, ov,

(ayos) devoted to the gods, Lat. sacer,
II.

leash of a hound, a bow-string.

accursed.

the temple or sanctuary.
f.

hence

, ,
for
lift

5,—5,

a sanctuary.

sometimes Uke Lat. In old Att. ayvos is used instead,

sacer,

throivn from the bent

[]

a javelin.

,

(dyios) sanctify, holiness.
in pi. holy rites, the service

-,
prep,

,

,

mostly

of javelin.

, ,
II.

,
it

like

-. -.

a loop in a cord

,
:

the

esp. the

bend of the thong of a

by which

was hurled, Lat. amentum : also 2. any thofig or string, e. g. the
verb.
:

,

,

arm

€, {)
{dytos)

From
to

Lat. ancilia.

perform sacred

rites

to be pious, live piously.

,

=

ys.
in
:

poet, abbrev. for

take or

-(. ^,

compds. of the with words beginning with , e. g. ayKtif. {aynas, Dep. up in the arms. Adv. for ayKas, on the arm, i.e.
:

[/fct]
:

hooked spurs, of a fighting cock.
oi'tos, o,

toothed, barbed, o(

it,

plur.

-6, ,

€,

)

:

of
to

feet,

Lat. cubito presso

:

poet, for

as the

pf.

take in the arms.

a bundle, Lat. manipulus.
braced.

angling

5, , -, , -, , -. ,
of
ov,

bound

, {) , . -, ()() ,^,-. , {, ) , -, (,
Dep.:
:

^, \'.
II.

,

-.
the

resting

on

also in the arms.

of a

{ayKri)

bent

arm,
closely

mostly

in

metaph. anything
sea, etc.

enfolding,

beak.

arms of the
f.

Att.

{)
=

aor.

ya^v =
I

ay

a^KclXCs, idos,

,

in plur.

/,
:

,
is

:

claws.
to

to

arms.

.
em-

6,

-€, ', ,=$•€. y,
Adv.
poet, for

() {)
,

,

thong, thonged.
so called from

that which

an armful

a bundle.

we

into or in the arms.

to hook, catch as with a fish-hook.

or

an arm.

poet, for

, €08,
:

,

angling.

chor

of or for

, Dim.
is,

angling.

^)

a small hook. with a hook
hook-shaped.

the bend or hollow II. of the arm, the bent arm, the elbow : hence any bend, as the angle of a wall, the bend of a river, also the curved horns of a bay or creek of the sea

, {) ,) , , : |, ,^ , ) -, (,, ',
,,
:

-, $ 5, -5, ($, ) -, (, ) -5, (-,
weapons.
couftsel, wily.

-, -,
II.

,

Dim. of

,

Adj.

as Subst.,

of to

,
ivith
:

a small dart or used to translate the

($, , {3, , , , {'5, $) -5, ',Roman $) . {8,
Tvos,
o,

)

with

oSovs) crook-

crooked

with curved

the

,

bow

:

Lat. uncus) crooked, curved, ov, of the eagle's beak, hooked. \y~\ ov, with curved bow.
ov,

{$,
,

sella curulis.

(5)
:

hooked

with crooked

f.

pass. pf.

make crooked

or hooked.

,

,

Hence

of javelins, furnished with a

{5,
its
f.

,

Lat. ancijra, an anchor,
in Find.
;

shape,

first
e.

for in

Homer

read only of

i.

stones used as anchors.
I

Att.

£

cD

:

aor.

{):—

. Dim.
17,

of

a small anchor. holding by the an-

;

kv

when

safe at anchor.

wvos,

,

like

-€5, ,
to
it,

of a fishing-rod.

the lyre.

Hence

(akin to ayKos,

and

5) ,
poet,
for

a fish-hook.

-€'€5,
as

plur. the bent

enfolding;

.
for

-, .-. -, '', -,
,
poet, for
II.

()
arms.

used only in metaph. anything closely

hence and in

opp. to what

(, () , {)
.
Dim. o(
ov,
fut.

.
;

bright-haired.

splendour, beauty, brightness : is useful, pomp, show, vanity,

plur. festivities.

cf.

poet, for

sense.

to hasten.

arm

-€8,
:

60$, TO, a bend or hollow, esp. of the hence a mountain-glen, dell, valley.

poet, for

^,

make —Pass,

€, ^,

plur. vanities:

zho festive joy, triumph, and
inf.

med.
aor.

aor.

i

part, of

delight in

,

f.

Att.

splendid, adorn
to be
it.

,

:—to an ornament : adorned with a thing, be proud of it, Hence an ornament; cf.

):

:

also to give as

, : {)
of
,

in

with

pass.

'.

:


ayAaoyvtos

aYXdo-yutos, ov, {ayXaos, ymov) with beautiful limbs. ov, {ay\aos, StvSpov) with beautiful
trees.

-€5,

did

-5, -5,
gifts.

ov,

{ayXaos,

throne.

stowing goodly fruit.
youths.

-5, -5,
-$, '"0'5,
famous for

ov,

{ay\aos,

) )
6v,
-cDs.

rance.

bestowing splenwith splendid

lL = [poet, sometimes ayvoid

. , ,
(,
but

:

yvoi•.
subj.

ov,

{ay\aos, Kapiros) bearing or be-

ov,

(ayXaos, Kovpos) rich in fair

rant ly.

, ,
^,
iay^
:

, , apt to err from ignorance. , {yvoi) want of perception,

yva,
:

a fault

cf.

poet., esp. Ep.,

form for

.

igno-

of ignorance.

yvoi.

Od.
if

218, 3 sing. aor. I opt. of written ayvoifiai, it is 3 sing. pres.
24.

Adv., pres. act. part, of
ov, (ayvos,

yvoi,

igno-

ov, {ay\aos,

,

,

$)
6s,

gracing

the feast.

-5,, 05, ,

also
:

splendid, stately,
:

cred.

heautiftd, brilliant, bright
dat.

of men, famous, noble

y\i],

/.) -5, ,

a thing.

Adv.
ace.

(Akin to

the

-,

,

-,

{ayXaos,

god of the

bright trident.

cDiros, 6,

,

{ayKaos,

)

bright-eyed

, ) ",
c.

-$.

ai-

'^, , ,
[a", v.

piw) pure-flowing. pure, chaste, unsullied : holy, saAdv. II. c. gen. pure from a thing. (Akin to dyios, ayos.) Att. o,=\vyos, a tall tree like the

willow, the agnus castus.

$, , (ayvos)
sub
fin.]

purity, chastity.
:

:

ge-

Ep.

aor. I 3 dual ayvvrov fut. aor. 2 imperat. a^ov, inf. a^ai, part, a^as
: :
:

^

^,
:

nerally, flashing.

harsh.

ayXWos, only used in plur. ayXWis, a head of garlic, which is made up of several cloves.

5,

-€5,

pass,

pf. 'iaya. Ion.

is,

(a privat., yXivKos) not sweet

:

sour,

break, sfiap, crush, shiver, Lat.
pf. act. 'idya, to be

frango

:

'ya

to

Pass, with

without tongue : silent, dumb, Lat. elinguis. speaking a strange tongue, =

, , $. , , , ,
-5,
is,

= a-y\(VKTjs.

broken, to snap, shiver in pieces of sound, to spread around : of a river, to flow in a broken, i. e. winding course, [a in pf. edya. Ion. (ya but in aor. 2 pass, eay^, a in Hom., d long
in Att.
;

-5, -5,
Att.

,

dumbness.

From

v.

ayvv.']

Att.

ov, (a privat.,

yXwaaa)
II.

, {yvv) fragment. ,$, , {^)
a a

f. to act without judgment, act ignorantly or tmfairly. Adv. of senselessly.

(yvv)
yv(v,

,

want of sense

or judgment:

I.

breakage, fracture

of

a

senselessness, ignorance.

II.

senseless pride, arini-

bone.

-5,
carded, i. ayveia,

-,
e.
f.

-,05,

II.

broken

cliff,

ov, (a privat.,

ov,
ov,

yv)

precipice.

rogance.
quitas
:

unbending.
of cloth,
tiot

s(\.

II.

make a point of conscience
be pure or chaste
f.
:

make pure,
to offer,

atonement.

, ,, ^, ,
new.
Att.

(a

privat.,

^)
:

also not cleansed.

-,

in plur.

III. unfairness, unkindness, Lat. misunderstandings. From

ov, ovos, (a privat.,
:

yv) wanting

sense
II.

or

judgment

senseless, thoughtless, headstrong.

unfeeling, unkind: unjust.
chastity.

, {ayve) purity,

, iayvivd)
:

-5, 5,

chastity.

known:

{ayvos) to observe scrupulously, also simply, to of, c. inf. c. gen. to keep oneself pure from.


:

not knowing, ignorant of a thing. Adv. of ayvos.

aor.

I

riyviaa

{ayvos)

:

to
II.

purify, cleanse, Lat. lustrare.
sacrifice.

burn as a

(ayvais) a not knowing, ignorance, a being unknown, obscurity. or Ion. and Ep. for ^73 sing. aor. l of yvoi.

€,

ayvios, a, ov, (ayvos)

€>,
Ep.
if

,

,

{yv)

made of withy
a

or

agnus

castus.

means of

purification,

05, , (yvi) {yv)
ov, o,

purification, expiation.

unknown, heard of forgotten.
,

, , -5
,

, , €
,
when
2.

, ,
2.

(a privat., yvu/vai) pass
obscure, ignoble.
II

unact.

obscure.

.

a purifier. []
f.
:

Ep.
Ion.
Pass., aor. I

:

aor.

I

yva,
:

act. not

yva:—
yvo€v
be known.

yvoia,

and Ep. 3
:

sing.

ayvduaacKe

pf.

/;^?/!':

p{.

yvat:

(as

, ,
-5,
,

-5, yvos
pres.

formed from foreg.

= yvoi.

or

2.

knowing, ignorant aor. I inf. of
unfruitfulness.

.
of, rivus.

ov, (a privat.,

yyv)
:

an tmknown tongue

unII.

not to be known.

From

ov, (a privat., yovrf) pass,

unborn.

II.

from *a-yvoos

= a-voos)

not to perceive or know,

to be ignorant, Lat.

in part, ayvou/v, by mistake.

,

ignorare : in Homer mostly, he perceived or knew well Pass, not to

not producing, unfruitful, barren : c. gen. not productive of, destitute of; tokos ayovos, fruitless
act.

travail,

the mother dies before

the

child

is

II.

absol. to mistake, be

wrong ; hence

born.

,a

Hence

fault of ignorance, oversight ; and

,

-$,

left childless.

ov, (a privat., yoos)

Ep. and Ion.

,

unmourned.

, , (yep) any

:

:

:

:

——

;:

ayopaaaOe
an Assembly of the People, opp. to the II. the place of Assembly, Council used not only for public debating, elections, and trials, but also for buying and selling, and all kinds especially, the marketof business, Lat. forum III. a speech made in the forum, speakplace.
assembly, esp.

{).

of ay

. €. , .
!

:

ing, gift of speaking, Lat. concio. sold in the fortwi, esp. provisions,

ayopav

mark of

the forenoon,

the market-place was full to ayoprjs SiaXvais, the time just after noon :

they went

II, the bent arm, of the hand. like ayKOjv, yoiv. yopoa. [ayopaaaee^ (Akin to ayKUjv, [a] Ion. f, aor. rjyopaaa pf. qyopa/ca , a catching, hunting; aypav also, a way of catchto k<piiT€iv to follow the chase: Pass., aor. pf, ^,ypaa (ayopa) ing. II. that which is taken in hunting, the booty, 2. to be in the market-place, to attend it : hence do business there, buy or sell : Med. to buy for one- prey : of birds or beasts, game ; of fish, a draught or haul. self. 3. of idle people, to haunt the market-place, lounge there, cf. sq. , want of learning : from

, ,
-$,
:

^,

to hold a market,

time, ayopa

when

home from

market. Ep. for ayopaade, 2

, ,,
IV. things

speaking, eloquence.

Lat. annona

V. as a
:

gious awe

, ,
dyopos,
0,

Adv.

to the Assembly or market. Ep. for rjyoprjaaTo, 3 sing. aor.

i

med.

, , {^)
$, ,
poet, for ayopa.
eos,

oyos

or

{^) , {)
i
.

speaker, orator.

the gift or

power of

any matter of

reli-

:

hence

pollution, guilt, Lat. pia2,

or ayopfjs

opp.

culum: also the curse which follows it. person or thing accursed, an abomination.
expiatory sacrifice.

the

when

pi.

pres. ind.

of

yopv

:

;

:

, ",

3.

an

, , {y) a
,
the flat

leader, chief.

:

:

:

place, an epith. of several gods.
the market-place

)
dealers.
irani,

ov, in,

of,

or belonging to the marketII.

,
:

,

yv.)

-5,

ov, {a privat.,

ypa) without learn-

oi

frequenting ayopaioi (with or without dv-

ing

I.

hucksters, petty traffickers, retailidlers or loungers, like Lat. subros-

2.

hence the and so generally the common sort III. word is used of things, low, mean, vulgar. generally, proper to the assembly, suited to forensic speaking, business-like : ayopaios (sc. , a

),

court-day.

,05, , ,
Aedilis.

bis office, Lat. Aedilicius.

who Rom.

,, , ) -.8,
the court

of or for the

yopavo5

or

ll. = ypaos, unwritten. unwritten ; ayp. d-YpaiTTOS, ov, {a privat., the unwritten moral law cf, aypa^os. f, to be an aypavXos, to dwell in the fields, of shepherds. dwelling in the fields, ov, {aypos, of shepherds of things, rural, rustic. ov, = aypaiTTos, unwritten ; aypa<poi unwritten laws, which are I. the laws of na-

able to read or write.

-5, — -3$, ,
ture,

,,
moral law,

{ypaa),

unlettered, Lat. illiteratus, esp. un-

yp)
:

)

:

meet in the Assembly, sit in debate in the Assembly, Lat. concionari. Dor. for
to
fojs,

sold

buy provisions, the purveyor, Lat. obsonator. ", of or for trafficking commerce, trade. dyopaartKi] (sub. or trade: fut. Ep. ayapcvov impf. yp€ov, Med., aor. riyopevaa, Ep. ay- pf. yyopiVKa

€, -(
:

, ^ . $, , , ) ,
Ep. aor.
I
:

of the a clerk of the market, , (ayopa, regulated the buying and selling there, like the
:

^65.
Dep.
:
:

2.

laws of custom.
list.

registered in a written
in

on
{ayopa) also to speak

also, clownish, boorish, like aypoiKos.

in plur. wares,

, {yop) , , {yop) , {yop)
: :

, {yop)

yop.

boor.

buying, purchase.
is

that which
the slave

bought or
to

merchandise.

who had

a harrow, rake. 17s, {dypa) taken in bunting. aypa, spoil taken in the chase. that which is taken in the II. a net, toil. chase, booty, spoil. a hunter. ,

, ,
as

6, €6, Homer
65, ,
!

2 sing,

and

plur, imperat.

Adv.

just like

7€,

of aycTc, come! come

^
II.

not

quick

ov, {aypos) of the country, rural, rustic :

€\)], , clownishness

Hence

:

the life of a clown or

€$, , =
ov,

,

:

€$, , €>, ,

€, ,

aor.

yop€v

:

:

Adj. used in hunting

Pass., aor.

pf. (but in Att. the fut. in use is aor. itnov) {ayopa) to speak in the Assembly, to ayocounsel generally to speak ; or pevfiv 2. to proclaim, deto speak ill of one. clare : Med. to get a thing proclaimed.
: :

yopcv (,
:

pf. jjyopcv-

, ,

$

(",

ayp.

catch

eagerly

Ep. and Ion. for ayopa.

Hence

Adv. from the Assembly or market ; and

, , ,
^, —
: :

{yp€)

ijpos, 6,
6,

{ype) = ayp€UT-qs.

€05,(, ,,
f.

\$ €,
.
f.

a hunter, like aypfis. fishing; ayp.

II.

as

€5, bounds;

a fishing-rod.

fit for, skilled in bunting. From {dypa) to bunt, take by hunting, metaph. to hunt after, pursue eagerly. to bunt after, pursue Aeol. form of

yp€,

see dypei, ayptiTe.

Ion. for aypa.
:

aor, riypiava

:

{aypios)

I. intrani.


8
to he

:

iiypiiXaLos

— ^yxldfos.

2. causal, to make savage, provoked, angry, angry, provoke. ov, (aypios, k\aia) of a wild olive :

as Subst.

fruits, like

poet, writing wildly.

-, )) -. -05,
-«5,
aypUKatos,
ov,

aypOTfipa, as Adj. rustic.

,

a wild

olive, oleaster.

countryman, countrywoman.
the country, rural, rustic.

,

{aypios,

eating wild
a

,

(aypios,

making wild : of

the country.

, , , ) -,
rjpos,

, = yp6s,
fern,

a countryman:

fern.

,

,

5,

(aypos)

aypios, a, ov, also os, ov, {aypos) living in the fields, I. of animals, opp. to living wild: hence i. wild, savage, Lzt./erus; cvs aypios a wild hozr. wild. 3. of countries, wild, of trees, opp. to II. of men and uncultivated, unreclaimed. i. in moral sense, wild, savage, fierce, animals,

$,

awake
intent

(5,

wakeful.

2. in Att. also opp. to aaruos, Lzt./erus, ferox. 3. (as Lat. rusticus to urbanus) boorish, rude. also of any violent passion, wild, vehement, fuIII. Adv. -s, also neut. pi. aypia, rious.

man.

wildly, fiercely.

like

, -, -$. ,
$, ,
:

3, , a huntress.
los

Hence

wildness, fierceness. Lit. feritas.

ov, (aypios,

)
:

on.

with a rough voice,
aor. rjypiaj-

of the field, wild.

,, , , , ,
aKos,
f. :

2.

as Adj. living in

,

(aypos,

a watcher of

(aypvirvos) or (Is

ypvev rivi
,

,

to he
to be

wakeful, lie watchful for or

upon

a thing, Lat. invigilare rei.
sleeplesstiess,

Hence
sleepless,

waking, watching.

-vTrvos, ov,

(ypi,

virvo$)

= av7rvos,
a

=€;>, to catch.

,

II.

, (aypos) = (dypa) a hunter
ecus,

yp6s,
:

fern.

5,

country-

and

,

a grass that mules feed

:

pf.

ya^
II.

f.

aor.
:

•ypa — Pass.,
:

(ayw) a way or road : in towns, a street, a public place ; in plur. a city, town. [ayvia\ Hence

(aypios)

to

make wild

or sato

vage.
pf.

be savage or fierce, Lat. efferari.
^,

, -,
life,

ya,

to

mostly in Pass, to be wild, of plants,
[t]

grow
etc.
:

, , ,,
ov,

, = yps,

a countryman

as Adj.

— of men,

wild, and in

as Adj.

=

^^.
ovos,

Agyieus.

-05, ,

€S,

-5, , ,

(aypios, eiSos) of a wild nature. wild-looking. (aypios,

)

(aypos,

field,

neighbour, opp. to
ov,

-€, -5, €,
,

dwelling in the country.

country

, -^,
$, ,

vy(v.
(dypa,

,

(aypos,

,

Adv. of aypos, from the country.
(aypoiKos) boorishness, coarseness. the country : pi. country houses.
f.

) )

dian of the

feeding in the a country

, , , -5,
,

^Ays
c'iws,

5, , fem. of foreg. a neighbour.
uepaireiai, the

, = ^A.yvi(vs

:

voc. ^A-yviara. [ayvia]
II.

worship of Apollo

,

streets

(ayvia) name of Apollo as guarand public places.

,

want of

ov, (a privat.,

ercise,

untrained ;
II.

yv) yvas
.
Adv.,

exercise or training.

From

yev)

thing, also eis or -npus

turbed.

a giver of booty.
II.

practised.

crowd, assembly, [d]

Att.

-,
:

rustic: hence

living in the country, dyp-oiKos, ov, (aypos, 2. of men, boorish, rude: opp. to aareios. 3. of fruits, grown in the country, common, opp. to ytvvaios but also 4. of land, rough,
uncultivated, like aypios.

)

, 08,
:

yvs

without exnvos unpractised in a 2. unharassed, undisexeiv to be un-

tos,

17,

Aeol. form of ayopa, a gathering,

Dep. to be boorish. From

lector

Hence

Hence

Adv.
II.

,,
,

like

a clown, rudely.

poet, for

clown.

assembled.

-5,, €$, -8, )
plants
:

as Adj. rustic.

(aypos,

ov, part.

)

yps, a

countryman,

hand ; ay .

a land-steward. Ep. aor. 2 med. of

y€p,

dypovSc, Adv. of aypos, to the country. ov, and in Anth. , ov, (aypos, hunting the country, rural: also = aypios, wild. , Lat. AGER, afield, land: also the country, as opp. to the town.

'5, , €5, ,
:

ov, (aypos) poet, for aypios, wild, of

chase

II. (aypa) fond of the of men, rustic. ayorepa, the huntress. hence

-\5. - -, -5, -,
:

Adv. of place, = (77^5, near, nigh at band, Sup. Comp. ayxiov and Cf. ayxov, dyxiOTos. [t] ayxiffra, ov, also , ov, (dyxi, aXs) near the sea, of cities but of islands, near the sea on all sides, seaclose by, c. gen.

,' ) *,
€-5,
ov, (dyxi,

, ,

|,,

, (yep) a collection. (yvps) to collect by begging, [a] ov, , (y€p) properly a gatherer,

col-

hence a beggar, vagabond, mountebank, cheat.

, , like a mountebank. , fem. of ypp.
fighting hand to

arms for close fight.
:

— yo. -5,
:

girt, like

neighbouring.

,

(s,

ov,

(dyxi, gen. ovos,

$)

deep close to shore.
(dyxi, ytircuv) near,

yva) of a neighbouring land. (dyxi, dios) near the gods, i. e. like gods or dwelling with the gods.
ov, (dyxi, ov,

:

bouring,

-8, , (^, )

—(5.
near the door, neighc.

-,,,, -.5,
[]
in neut. as

,=

(^,
;

ways
to

Adv.

hand.

-, ($) -, (, )
e^
is,

come

or stand near

) '/ a ready

'(5. coming

near:

al-

ANGO,
throttle,

~,. ",
=
gen., also
c. dat., cf.

:

9
hand:
absol., or

near, nigh at

kkOeiv or

from nigh

at

(ayxi,

near the clouds.
wit, shrewdness,

,

5 ",
also
less
:

-5,
hang.
:

^yxov : f. : aor. ?iy^a Lat. to press tight, esp. the throat : to strangle,
impf.

dy

:—

yaa,
fut.

Adv. doubtfully, Lat. aequo Marte. Lat. AGO: impf. ^yov, Ep. dyov. Ion.

ov, {dyxi, a doubtful battle.

05)

nearly equal;

ys,
ayayuv
or
fut.
fut.

Lat. sagacitas.

ready of mind, shrewd, Lat, sagax. Comp. Adv. of nearer.

, -5, )
-8,

dyiaKov

-voos, ov, contr.

-vovs, ovv, (ayxi, vovs)

ov,

contr.
;

near by sea

noKis) near the

KO\a/c€s ayx'nropoi flatterers at one's elbow.
poet, for ayxi-noKis.
v.

rights of kin, right of inheritance.

, , ,
:

-, -,5,

poet.
city,

-, .5 -8,
',

ovv,

(dyxi,
(dyxi,

a short voyage.
«(ws,

,,
freq.

^
:

:

aor. 2
inf.

yayov,
Ep.

aor.

pf.

^, redupl. yoa. — Med.,
aor. 2
fut.

i

^^,

aor. I

yayv. — Pass.,
^ya
:

but also

med.
pf.

aor. I pass,

,
;

with pass,

^inf.
;

doa^.
signf.
:

ov,

(dyxi,

dwelling in the land. passing near;

^)

, ,

I. Act. to lead, lead away, of persons, q.v. <pipuv being used of things ; dyHV teal (pipuv to carry off the spoil of a land, both cattle and movables, like Lat. agere et ferre: dynv ds

or

ayxiaros.

or dyeiv km rovs diKaaras, to carry before a court of justice, Lat. rapere in jus. 2.

,
.
;

verb. Adj.

heir at law.
c. dat.

dytiv or dyehold in honour, etc. 7. like (\(, to ov, Sup. Adj. next or nearest: weigh so much, e. g. dyeiv II. ayxiaros yivfi nearest of kin neut. ayxiarov, or Kovs, etc., to weigh a mina, 300 darics, etc. to lead away for oneself, carry off, as ayxiara, as Sup. Adv. most nearly, ayxiara 'ioiKas Med. dpyvpov T€ dyeaOai. most nearly like oi ayxiara the next of kin : freq. 2. dyfaOai II. of yvvaiKa, Lat. uxorem ducere, to take to oneself a c. gen. as ayxiara rivos, nearest to him. wife; absol. dyeaOai, to marry; but also of the father, time, last, Lat. proximus. turning near, to choose a wife /or bis son. ov, {dyxi, dy€3. 2. quick-changing, quick-wheeling, oi a bird. to let pass through the mouth, i. e. to changeable, sudden : neut. pi. dyxiarpocpa as Adv. utter. es x^ipas, to take a thing 4. dyeaOai into one's hands. suddenly.
ov, poet, lengthd.

close-packed, in a heap.

, , , 8,
,,

, {y^riv) nearness

of kin.

II.

to

, = dyxiania.
$, ,
f.

lead on, lead towards ; dyev led on to death c. inf., dyei it leads to death hence to lead, as a general to guide, as the gods,
:

(ayxiara) the next of kin

€,
,

esp. to be next of kin, to be heir at law.

()
:

:

the

etc.

3. to

Kojs

bring up, train, educate, naXSis or 4. to draiu out in length
;

5.

to be

near

to one,

dyuv, Lat.

murum

ducere, to build a wall.

like Lat. agere, to hold, celebrate,
to hold, keep, observe,

8,
,

poet, for ayxiarevs, ayxiOTrfp

iraeovs immediate author of the suffering.

(

form of ayxiCTos,

, ,

(, (,
anovMs,
life, live.

etc.
:

:

also

Lat. agere vitam, to lead a
to

Lat. ducere, to hold, consider ; kv

;

-5,

)

,
,

,

'

$etc.

dyciv

6. like

borders, neighbouring.

Kpuaaov
and

. , ,
grief.

-€,

ov, gen. ovos, {dyxi,

)
;

near the

collar or leash.
fcus,

-TOKos, ov, {dyxi, tokos) near the birth, Adv. {dyxov) from nigh at hand. Adv. = nigh at band, c. gen.

TTiXas as

hanging.

mostly

yor , €5,
as

, -, ,
bad

y6vs
as

, ('7) throttling,

,

draws
:

, ,
,
:

ov,

{yy) fit for leading by,
0,

of a dog's
that

{dy

to lead)

a leader, one

or drags.

II.

that by which one leads,

a

rein, leash.

strangling, banging

worse than hanging

anguish hanging ; 2. a rope for banging, halter. , ov, fit for strangling or

yv
like

y6vs

{dy) a leading away, a carrying away
2.

or off: also in intrans. sense, a going away. bringing to or in, bringing before an assembly.

a
3.

{()

a leading towards a point, guiding : the leading of an army, guiding a state. 4. a training, educating

poet, for

-^.
{dyxi) nearest, next

,

ov, Sup. Adj.

Adv.

yo^r,
ov,

ya,
that

,
and

mode of life. {dyw) easy to be carried: things portable, a cargo of wares.
intrans. conduct,

ov,

dyojII.

dyxiara,

c.

gen.

;

of

may

be carried atvay

:

of persons, outlawed, or
III.

itpoar}Kovris the nearest of kin.

Comp.

Adj.

()

delivered into bondage.
plaisant.

easily led,

com-

nearer.

:

, ,
10

:

:

:


6v,

ahtia.
-Ko/s,

, a guide; ayorfoi an escort. III. drawing to oneself, leading towards.
citing, c. gen.

>$,

, {&^) ()
:

the

load of a wagon. leading, guiding: as Subst.,
II.

Adv.

combat.

eli-

games

6€, ,
f.

aywviOTiKws ixnv to be disposed for
to be

ayopa ov, 6, esp. a president in 2. a place of the games : a judge. an assembly met to see games. . Ion. for ^ays, an itching, sting. assembly: a place of contest, the arena or staor , igiiorance, unskilII. the assembly of the Greeks at their dium. aywv fulness in doing. From great national games, as, aywv ov, (a privat., unknowing, ignoetc. : hence the contest for a prize at rant of, c. gen. but, 2. generally, any struggle or contheir games. beyond the knowledge, i. e. reach of ill. 4. an test, aylm' irtpt 3- a battle. = foreg. unknowing, 6s, (a privat., action at law, trial. 5. metaph., kariv ayibv ignorant of, c. gen. also c. inf. unknowing how to. \6yojv, etc., now is the time for speaking, ov, (a privat., unknown. fighting, etc. Dor. for ov, (a privat., a president or b, (ayaiv, ov, privat., not to be eaten, judge of a contest. utdawful to eat. 2. gymnastic , a struggle for victory. V, gen. vos, (a privat., of the mind, agony, exercise, ivrestling. 3.

', $,

attractive,

ayojyov, attractiveness.
like
:

From

,

an assembly,

,
: :
:

. , ) -, ,
,
impf.
riyc/jviiov

!,

-, ,
:

generally, to direct, promote, judge, decide.

-,

,
(,
.
ov,
6,
I.
:

, -5,
-$,
I.

anguish.

yvoa. to be anxious about a thing. yvoa.
compete, like
v.

contend for a prize, esp. in the public to contend in the foot-race nrpi rivos to contend for a prize or irpos Tiva to contend with one. 2. tofight. 3. to II. to contend for the prize on the stage, act. ypacp-qv, to contend against in a law-suit ; ay. to fight against a fight a cause to the last; ay. 2. in Pass, to be won by a hard charge of murder, aywves contest, but rarely save in pf., e. g.

,,, ,
pf. riycuviaKa

Tos

:

f.

[]

:

aor. I 1770;contest, to

to be

engaged
II.

in

a

to strive eagerly,

hence pass, unwept.

$ )) ^-. -5,
-,
(
=
II.

-5,

) ) ) ) 5. $) )
:

a judge or director of the

.

Adv. without
I.

tears.

From

ov, (a privat.,
act. not

without tears weeping, tearless. II.

fut.

Att.

aor. I
2
:

for the pass,

forms see

signf.

11.

{aywv):
;

yv(a

to

;

.

{$) hard -€05, ( ) games ($, . -$,
riyojvi-

-,
:

is.

Dor. for
ov,

-$.
privat.,

hence,

as adamant, stubborn.

adamantine, of steel: Adv. -$.

;

avTos,

able

hence

as Subst.

,

hardest metal, prob. steel
as Adj. inexorable.
ov,

also

-8,
-8,

(a privat.,

horses, unbroken,
ov,

untamable metaph. inexorable. Trag. form of foreg. also of fe-

males, unwedded.
TOS.^

ayajviSdrai (Ion. for

yoJVvo (),

many

battles

have been fought ; so also in aor. l ov, {aywv) presiding over the contest or ayojvios the games, as an epithet of the gods: cessation/rom combat, [d] a contending for a prize. {ya!voa) a contest for a prize, generally, a contest : in plur. achievements, ex-

8,

,
(sub.

r|yvv.

\•
;

costing nothing.

, {yvoa)

ploits.

contest, distinction.

contends,

contend.
esp. at

, €, ,
an

,
,

-, -8, )
€,

-,
€8,

[^Adv.

:

but also

ov, (a privat.,

-.

) )

adamant, i. the diamond.

)
:

iron-bound.

unconquere. the
II.

properly of

as in

--

without expense,

ov, tribute-free. ov, (a privat.,

aor.

I

of

€-

undivided. ahtfis, Ep. vocat. of 6775.

II.

an

object to strive for
III.

of that with which one

the prize

essay, declamation.

{yvoa) rivalry.
Adj. of

verb.

yon'oa,

one must

^np-ayvs, (v(p-ayys,
champion.

or striving:

,)
,

ov, , a combatant, rival, the games: an advocate: also an actor; hence
etc.
2.

(yvoai)

a

,

also fitted

fit for contesting ayarvifor winning: the art of winning or prevailing.

{^)

etc., v. sub 3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 of [] fem. of Dor. poet, for also as Dor. ace. masc. and fem. ts, Ep. voc. privat., Ep. 2. fearless, secure : fearless, shameless. Adv. without fear or scruple, (($, security II. causing no fear, confidently, abundantly.

, €€, -, €.
,
;

poet, for

poet, for

aor. I opt. of

.($, .
(,
($,

pf. part,

of

».

-,

.

$•.

5)

-, -,

((8, (

not formidable.

(,

rity

( , ((,

{$) freedom from fear,
etc., to

safety, secu-

grant an

am-

:

abeLrjs
nesty; ev

^/
€s,

eluai to feel sectire

;

^' adeias with

a promise of security.

c.

a-Sitirvos,

-, . ()
-($,
Ep. for a-Serjs.
oi^,

(a privat.,

undaunted:
-reus.

gen. without fear for a person.
inf.

Adv.

dSeiv, aor. 2 unfed.
-TCUS.

of

Of,

(a

privat.,

hiirrvov)

without food,

-«(05,

oj/,

(a privat., 6e/fa^cu) unbribed. (a privat.,

-€€$,

oj/,

d-8€KT0S, ov, (a privat.,
believed.

Tivos.

, -,
6(, ,
17,

II.

act. not receiving, not capable of,

)
a

Adv.

€€)

not tithed.

not received or

Dor. for
Ion. for
for

€\.
€<^77.

^. -, ) (, -5, , ) . , ,
-$,
contr.

:

;

11
ov, (a privat.,

-$, Dor.

708)

-8,
-5,

unassailed.
ov,

worm-eaten

:

(\$)
ov,

17^

($) unknown,
;
. .
.

(a privat., not gnawed not carped at. to be at a loss about a thing. ov, (a privat., unhurt. uncertainty.
ignoble.
ei.
II.

or

unknown,
,

unseen, secret

kariv

.

,

or

on..
:

it is

certain whether

Adv.

-Acws,

secretly

Sup.

-

un-

at a thing.

€$, , £..

ther.

) ,
\<$,
<^<5s,
17,

, , , , -, , -.
, ,
fern,

€6$. Ion. for €-65. £€0$, , . and Ion. for (\$.
of

,

great distress or anguish. Ep. Att. Adv. Lat. SATIS, enough, abundantly; to eat their fill, of horses enough of war

,, ,
f.
.

5, , {\08)
to be in

uncertainty.

great distress or anguish

(Deriv. uncertain.)

,

.'^

(*€)

;

^^,

ov, contr.

brother's or sister's son, a nephew.
ly,

Att. contr. for

brother's or sister's daughter,

-8, -5, , ( ,, , €\€, (^) $5 — Hades,
sister.

()
brother.

exdv

rivos to have enough of a thing.
privat.,

ecus, 6,

battle, uncontested.

a

niece.

TO,

Dim. o{

fut. Att.

, {($)
€\<$)
sisters.

€\$,

a

little

ao and Pluto :

', (
:

ov, (a privat.,

II.

)
2.

without strife. without strife or unconquerable.

$)

ov,

to

adopt as bro-

(with or without

,

,

Hades.
ov,

brotherly.

Adv.

-kuis.

Ion.

((<05,
as Subst.
pi.

murderifig a brother or

sister.

(

copul.,

:

I.

Ion. -(peos, Ep. -cpuos,

,
:

a brother; in
II.

geminus, in pairs, twin, also
it.

ness.

,
6v,

brothers

and

as Adj. like

Lat.
/j'^i

vouring, gluttonous.

, . ^) , . -,
(iv

and

its

5),

the god of the lower world, Lat, Attic iv and is in or into the house of
the grave, death.

,
(a

Att., but also

*5

[ww-],

"
be

II. later,
I

aor.

opt. of

fut.

of

ov,

(,
(a

brotherly

or sisterly

hence

crossed, impassable.
ov, (a privat., guishable: unintelligible.

///

/

a thing, ^i/s/

-•'5, -5, -5,

ov, (a privat., ov,

})

privat.,

Hence

5,

,

brotherhood,

-$, -|$,
2.

-€$,

-€$,
sightless,

-€-$,
bound;

prisoners suffered to be at large on parole.

master

-€5, —
-€$,

., ) €$
ov, (a privat.,
ov, (a privat.,
€s,

a family of brothers, a brotherhood.

^)
Lat.

(a privat.,

ov,

(a

privat.,

) )
^)
v.
:

brotherly

kind-

mitting, unceasing.
cilable,

without

trees.

awkward.
unseeti, invisible.

not

seeing,

5( -5,

-5,
-5,
-5, —

-€5,

ov,

privat.,
-ws.

Adv.

ov, (a privat.,

allowing no reconciliation. to be irreconcilable.
ov, (a privat.,
2.

Adv.

-$,

without looking.
unfettered,

dissoluble.

irreconcilable.

))
undistin-

) ) ^)
Adv., Adv.,

eating to excess, denot wasted. not to

undecided. uninter-

irrecon-

undissolved

ov,

(a privat.,

€05)

libera

custodia,

unof

eXdv

ov,

(a

privat.,

of writings, anonymous. d-ScTOS, ov, (a privat., unbound: free. not sweet, sour, is, (a privat.,
acerbus.
to

)$)

€$)

hensible.

without

a

wetted

stilled, incessant, violent.

bitter, Lat.

has

aor. I

and

satio.

. ', € ^, ,
-€8, **,
its fut.,

ov, (a privat.,

untanned.

to error, infallible.

please, obsol.

pres.,

whence

aor. 2,

and

pf.

asunder, unbroken.

to be sated,

obsol. pres.,

whence come
be be sated;
Cf.

opt.

pf. part.

^56(

or

may

or

sated.

,

headstrong.

, )) ) -5, ) -5, ) , ) -«,
II.

to be irreconcilable. ov, (a privat.,
act. not

understanding,
(a privat.,

()

avs
:

in-

incompre-

silly.

ov,

also

,

,

ov,

un-

a plant, maiden's hair.

ov,

(a privat.,

not to be

--5,
-€08,

ov,

(a privat.,

not liable
not

Adv.

-5.

ov,

(a privat.,

torn

Adv.

-s.

ov, (a privat.,
-tcws.

immovable,

Adv.

Hence

,

immovableness, obstinacy.

ov, (a privat.,

incorruptible.

12

incorruptible.

indifferent.

learnt

II. taught, unlearned, rude. also, learnt without teaching. :

, ) ) )
-$,
-8, -5,
-€^8,
II.

: :

— 'AbpCa^,
From
incorrupt,

, freedom from
ov,

corruption.

(

privat.,

II.

imperishable.

-5, , aos,
to

, ,)
tSos, ace.

fem. of

ov,

(

5.
poet, for

privat.,

untamed: of
6,

cattle,

ov, (a privat.,

not different

dens, unmarried.

({[-, ,

ov, (a privat.,

-€€8,

ov, (a privat.,

to be twrought out or fijiished.

let.

-5,
6€$,
:
:

ov,
act.

(a privat.,

^) $)
without

of persons, unof things, not
not
out-

, -5,
Hades.

(^,

[/3a]

3 sing. aor. 2 opt. of
ov,

( privat.,

inglorious.

unexpectedly

unable to get out. ov, (a privat.,

worked

. (. €: '
ment given, undecided.
of
Boeot. for
impf.
pf.
:
:

-€€5, -5, -8,

out, unfiriished.

ov, (a priv.,

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a

privat.,

,
Ion.

^) ^) )
tvv
:

(•)

-$,
;

Adv.

-,

also neut.

so also,
ov,

(

privat.,

) . ).
one
talk idly,
II.

II.

unbroken, wild; of mai-

who has gone

unproved. []
not

-$,

ov,

( privat.,
II.

ous, base,

unexamined.
indescribable,

probate.

without judg-

part. perf. pass,

f.

:

^{.

($): —

trans, c. ace. pers. to

jure : thing

jury, Lat. injuria
to one.

wrong.

-,, , , . , ) $ , (
verb. Adj. of

, () , €,
:

c. dupl.

ace,

.

med. II. doxvrong. do one tvro?ig, to wrong, into wrong one in a
Pass.,

with

fut.

-, ) - ^,, -5,
From
aor.
i

^,

mean.
fut.

) )
ov,
in

unexpected.
as

Adv.

untried,

unproved, spuri-

rejected as spurious, reto prate,

-,
,
also

to

keen, subtle reasoner.

subtlety,

,
[a]

[]

ov,

-€5,
Hence

($,

a

a prating fellow.
[a]

good
II.

sense,

, prating, frivolity.
Hence

keenness,

Pass, to be

,

:

wronged or injured. a wrong done, a wrong, inc. gen., tivos a wrong done

.

disposed to prate, frivolous, [d] in Att. esp. of trea: ties, without dishonest intent. II. of liquids, unmixed, pure. Adv. -Xois, without fraud. Ep. for aor. 2 of impf. of not shaken. ov, privat.,
ov, guileless, artless

,,

one ought

to

do

, (^()
II.

a wrong, an
act of

offence,

-8,
f.

, , -, ,
ill

',
>.

( $, , poet, for
ov,

( privat., ^^) unexpected.
i.

$.
certain.

. )
[]

II.

not matter of opinion,
in
repute.

injustice.

ov, (a privat., of persons and things, doing wrong, unrighteous, unjust; (is

-$,

TO,

=

{$)
II.

e.

to be

wrong.

trans, to

of no reputation, stand hold in no esteem.

Hence

I

unjust in a thing,

in respect to a person
;
;

\oy OS

a plea of injustice

to begin lawless acts of violence unrighteous gain. II. wrong, improper,

,
also

matched, as horses.
a

III.

nefastus.

8. , , ()
Hence
neut.

crowded or thronged, close-packed.
loud, esp. of sounds:

,

day on which

the courts

8,
were
2.

5 \$
:

j

ful.

ill-

", 5,
-5,

-|8, ov, (a privat.,
2.

,

ill

repute, dishofiour.

)
,

disreputable, disgrace-

obscure, ignoble.
ios, TO, satiety, loathing.

ios, TO,

Dor. for

^5, joy.

i.

e.

avfv

shut, Lat. dies

-5,

attended, deserted.

Comp.

-5, ,
-$,
Adv.
ov,

incorrigible.

-5, -5,
•,

.,
ov,

Adv. without right or reason. close, thick: hence

i.

— more
neut.

and

,

vehement,

( privat.,

[]

Dor. for

ov,

( privat.,
privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

ing.

-Tft»s.

(a

thirsty.

rjros, 6,

,—

) ) .
Comp.

) )

freq.

as

Adv.

vs,

vehemently,

loudly;

active, listless, feeble.

unarranged.

) , -, ) ) -5 , €, €,
ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

)
e's,

\$) without
inactivity.

without

gifts.

slaves,

un-

-8, -,
or

ov, (a privat.,

unenslaved.
noiseless.

ov, (a privat.,

Ep.

From

(a privat.,
a

in-

sis,

of

5.
not corrected

as Adj., epith.

from

without doubt'
thirst,

not running away, not inclined to run away. unplucked. ov, (a privat.,

without

not

-€8, -,, $,

, ) ) -8. -,
Ion.
ly,

name

of

Neme:

from an

altar erected to her

by Adrastus

later
if

of Nf/itffis,
c{. sq.

7iot

to be

escaped, as

Ion.

ov, (a privat.,

ov. Ion. for

Ion.

Hence

,

a-paos. >, , the

Adriatic Sea.

ones strength.
grown, ripe
rally,
:

ness, esp.

, , , ,
:

:

:


i^,

aetpai.

13

-$, , ( ()$) grow
privat.,

'ASpiariKos and
Pass,

ou, of the Adriatic.

not tart or pungent.
ripe
:

to

to

come

to

the ruler for the time being, whoever is the reigning king. Besides aei the Ion. and poet, forms and aliv are very comaei
ruler
;

ad

afs
ov, (dft,

'5, , ,
^,

properly stout, thick
:

:

— hence
:

mon
full-

.-\,
€-€8,
6€,

:

in Dor. also alts, ais,

well-grown

stout,

large, fat

gene-

€-6€8, poet. €-€€8, , , {aei, yeveaOai)
epith, of the gods in

)
:

and

at.

continually thrown.

strong, great in any way.

Hence
:

Homer,

like aiev kovT€s, ever

$, , ($)
io

= sq.

existing, immortal.

stoutness
II.

ripeness, ful-

(s,

Att. for

(-yeves.
aftSoj.

\3, ()

of the body.

weakness

-, ,€',
:

-8, -,
,
f.

make

power, or

. , ,.
-6iri|s,

(a privat,,

-, $)
ripe

abundance.
Pass,

Dor. for

-.

grow

ripe.

-€€5, ov, (o privat., *€) unseen, dark. -€5, (a privat., *€';) unseen, without bodily
form.

Ep. 3 imperf. or 2 imperat. of
is,

want of

strength,

poverty,

€-5,
"^
:

,=

($)
do

want

strength,

Att.

ability.

Hence

rarely

— -5,,,

, ,) .
II.

(a privat., e'^evai) unknown, obscure. ever revolving, [] impf. Att. contr. Ep.
ov, {aei,

e,
:

fut.

Att.

aeiaa, Att.
a thing, c. inf.
2,

^—
Att.
:

Dor.

(jVo)

Pass., aor. i

€, ^. ,
Dor.
l
:

aor.
:

, ^
;

Ep.
:

pf.

tinable to

to

absol. without strength, powerless,

disabled
bility.

—6
,

weakly

:

of things,
II.

wani of
Adv.
-Tcus,

strength.

Pass, unable to be done, impossible

$,

III.

(a,

Dor. for

-hvTOs, ov, (a privat.,

hence as Subst.
or shrine, Lat.
ovos,

, ,

", 5,
pots for

, , ,
,
,

adytum

Att. contr. for

,,,)$,
,
:

$.

: impossiwithout power, feebly, []

.

kinds of voices, to crow, twitter, also of other sounds, of the bow-string croak, etc. to twang, of the wind to whistle, of a stone to II. trans. ring. i. c. ace. rei, to sing, chaunt,

sing

hence of

all

:

descant on.
Pass, to

2. c. ace. pers. to sing,

praise.

3.

noi to be entered:
6.

^-,

resound with song.
ov,

the innermost sanctuary

everliving, everlasting.
es,

Dor. for

the

to keep the

,
,

mourning for Adonis. Adonia. Hence , the mourning for Adonis.
in.

,
also

q. v.

ihe nightingale,

[]

[], seemly treatment, an outrage, insult, affront.
[t],

-, -{, $) -€€
-€5,

Att. contr.

-, ,
ever-green.
is,

{(,

)
un-

d-eiKcXios, a, ov, also os, ov, poet, form for sq.
contr.

Adv.

-5, -$,

Adonis. 2. sowing quick-growing herbs
ov, (a privat., ov,

^-, -$,
-$.
gifts,

(

privat,,

ov, unbribed, incorruptible.

ov, (a privat.,

no

gifts.

-8, , ,

unbribed: II. giving no

)

-. )) ,
[a]

'$ ,
=

.
or
:

Att. contr.

,

Adv.

~$.

«s, Att. contr.

jmseemly, pitiful, mean, shameful. Adv. in unseemly manner.

,

(a privat., (Tkos) Neut, aeiKes aa

-€, ,=€(.
Att. contr.

sq.

TjeiKiaa,

gifts, fruitless.

(
[a]

privat.,

nothing.
a(. Dor. for aei.

)
:

without gifts, taking gifts that are no

6-5,

tual motion, [t]

one

who

gives

e.

from

dcOXios, ov, also a, ov, (deOKov) running for the prize ; aieKios the a raci-horse ; apple of discord.

Adv. ever, always, for ever : to this time also «is or elaaei.
oil,
:

, . €8, ^, » , . , . -,
€,
-$,
ov, (a privat.,

Ep. and Ion. for Ep. and Ion. for

() undowered. \€.
Ion. impf. af'^Xcoi'.
:

,

Ep. and Ion. for Ep. and Ion. for

shamefully. of ever-babbling. aeiXoyiav as Att. law-term, ixeiv, TTpoTeiveaOai to court continual inquiry. From
aciKUJS, Ion.

,, , . , )
Ep. aei/ciaaa:
:

,
— Ep.

fut.

Att.
pass.

-:
inf.

aor. I

aor.

aeiKi'

{€$)

to treat unseemly, insult, abuse.

€€,
€-5,
€-5,
,

ov, {aei,

€)

ever moving, in perpe-

aor.

I

pass. inf. of

e.
I act.

Ep. aor.

and med. of

Alt. fut. of

€€5, Adv.
\ey)

€,

ov, {aei,

properly neut.

€-5,
lasting.

ov, {aei,

always talking.
:

ov, also

,

ov, {aei,

in everlasting remembra?ice

ever-memorable, ever(aft,

Adv.

-TCus.

,

dci-vaos, ov, contr.
ever-flowing.

-, , )
ever-fasting.

)

bad

,

Ep. and Ion. for Ep. and Ion. for ov, Ep. and Ion. for

^' aft
With

-65.
ever up the Artie.

€-8,

los,

,,

afi-irXavos, ov, {aei,

deipa, Ep. for ^f<pa, aor. I ot dctpai, aor. l inf. of df^o;.

)

= 65,

ever-wandering.

etp.

14

act-pvros, ov, {aei,

^
for
to

Pass., aor.

,,.( :
aiCpoos,

a^ipoos

—&€:.
expected

ov, contr. aei-povs, ovv,

)
:

= sq.

ever-flowing.

Att.

fut.

:

aor.

i

act. rjupa,

Ep. anpa.
:

— Med.,

[],

contr.
fut.

from
apov-

Adv. unexpectedly. Adv. of
dt-vfios, ov,
(ait,

[],

contr.
I

from

aor.

pf.

^:
I
:


up

. )
:
:

to

he despaired of:

acXirra, neut.

pi.

as

€$,
:

II. act.

hopeless, desperate.

unexpectedly.

also Ep. dei-vaos, contr.

d6-vs,

,

Ep. 3 sing, failing.
:

plqpf.

:

for the

Att. forms, v.
to

to lift,

heave, raise up, hence to bear, carry

carry off&s
to lift

plunder

:

but
i.

also, to
e.

hand, offer

;— Med.

diVTCS, part. pi. of af^i-yvios, ov,

-, , . {, ")
ov,

ever-flowing Adv. -oms.

generally, everlasting, never-

= aevaos.

oneself,

hear

off,
;

win, take for oneself :—Fzss.

de^i-voos, ov, contr.

de^i-vovs,

pearing.

€, ^, . . . (, ^, ^. , ) €-5, €-$, ) €-, ) €^($, ' €€$, () -5,
to

hang be hung the dagger hung beside the sword raise or stir up ;
up, to

^($
sheath.
2.
:

strengthening the mind.

to hoist sail

grow,

Pass, to raise up, arise.

Ep. aor.
part.
pi.

I

of

nom.

pi. fern,

uciai, 3

of

6,

poet,

and Ion.

for

as

for

>.
ap-

fut.

of

is,

{aei,

ever-shining

or

making plants grow. Lat. and poet, for A UGEO : used by the old poets only in pres. and aor. I impf. later poets have a fut. to make to pf. pass, fut. med. grow, increase, foster, strengthen : to heighten, mulPass, and Med. to increase, wax great: tiply :
ov,

{, €-5, {, '',
d6-vos,
leafy.

ov,

Ion.

) )
,

strengthening the limbs.
voos)
leaves

, {,
making

(,
is,

,, ^, 4
:

;

prosper.

ov, (act,

ever-watched or everlife.

watching, ever-wakeful.

-,
[t]

atpyd-t^ or

,

(dft,

exile for

ttei-xpovios, ov, (aei, xpjvos) everlasting.

will, often in

vito;

-68,
-(,

(a privat., eKovaios) against
luntary.
Att. contr.

, {) , ( (, ,
Virgil's
ov, for

,

ov,

unwilling, resisting;

or

multa reluctans. anKeXios. Ep. Adv. against the
c.

aipyia. Ion. a not working, idleness. [], From 2. of a field, a lying fallow or waste. d-cpyos, contr, dpyos, ov, (a privat., *€py) not working, idle. Adv. -yu/s.

= -

[i],

Ion. for afpy'ia.

a-epyos.

dpv,
:

contr.

dcpO^is, aor.

Homer

gen.;

Lat. te inov,

Lat. Diis non propitiis.
the

ov, also a, ov, Att. contr.

against the will, unwilling : withotit design or purpose. dcXios, Dor. for iiiXios, stormy wind, Ep. 2. metaph. of any whirling moa whirlwind.

€)

€,

, , , .)
[],

will, forced,

invo-

ov,

(

privat.,

) €(,
From

depOcv, Dor. and Ep. for 3 pi. aor. of 3 sing, of same tense. dcpios, ov, also a, ov. Ion. ov,

' «,
f.

I pass. part,

.

Adv.

,
of ae
cloudy.

() /.

lifting up.

i

pass,

(, ,
one

in mist, or thick air

:

II.

^p, in the air,

{,

high in air. d-ipKTOS, ov, (a privat.,

,
ov,

to

depo-panjs,

, (,

, , (,
Ion.

d€po-vs,
ing in
air.

^-,
(,

)

epy) unfenced, open. tread in air, walk the air.

is,

(, ^) wheeltossed in

who treads

in air.

tion, [at]

deXXaios,

the storm,

, ,{) ) -,
a, ov,

€-8,
d€po-poos,

5ovi)

mid

air,

(aeWa)

deWas,

),

=

€$.

stormy, swift as the storm.

soaring.

€<, ,
f.

to traverse air.

From

(s,

eddying.

ov, traversing air.

ov, {aiXka,

struggling with

aipo-eih't]^, is,

iTOvs) in

-,

€-5, Homeric
, ,
storm-footed,

[a]

dat. pi.

(\(. -, -$, ^, () ()
swift as
the storm,

,,
form of
to be

see

7)(€.

(, (,

(T8os) like the sky or air, misty:

sq.

gen. noSos,

(,
etc.:

only found

d€po-C, ,
air

Ep. form aeXXo-iros, like

-, , )()
€-{/, $, , an
f.

dcpo-KOpa|,

afeos, 0,

an air-raven.

air-gnat.

(,

expected.

Lat.

,
ex

without hope, to despair.

€-5,

:

to lose oneself in
is,

vague speculation.
floating in air, of

(,
ov,

a-cXirrfis, es, (a privat.,

unhoped for, un:

57,

an unloosed for event
unexpectedly.

insperato,

2.

(. (, €$, d€p-vos, (, []
despair.

the clouds. Aeol. for

head high,

From
a-eXiTTOs, ov, (a privat.,

\•)

unlookedfor, un-

-, )

, , and d«p-'os,
oti

) )

a battle in the
to

air.

measure

the

carrying the
OV,

((1,

hovering

high.

:

:

with Adv. free : not deserving punishment impunity. 2. not amounting to punishment, harmless.
3 sing. pass. subj. o(
ov,

-, , , {, $, €, , $ , $, $ (( $, () ^. , .— . ^ ^, , $. , {$) , . €, , , , ^- -5,— ^. €, . £-, ) , ,{$) , ,, ()$, . , , €, , €-8, ", (. , ( — , .) — , €$ () , () 5, , -5, , . ••\, ) , , -$, , ) . ^, -5, =, 5, .) -8, ) -<5, () , ) $,
aepaiiTOVS
6,

,

gen. voZos,
to

irovs)

lifting

up

the feet, brisk-trotting.

poet,

form of
:

lift

up

:

impf.

. ,, , ,
ov,

:

5, , =
,=
;

(/') (/or belonging to a nightingale.
a nightingale. a nightingale.

ovs,

,

=

aor. I

:

pf. pass,

^cp-

nightingale

oes, Dor. for
I

[]

pi.

aor. I
:

and 3 pi. prob, from an obsol. root €>, =
in use.

inf.

[i], unaccustomedbeing unaccustomed to a thing Tivos inexperience of a thing.

ness, fiovelty, the

to sleep

no other tenses

Akin to

tavw,

(€<.

thing, c. gen.

,
;

or , gen. properly the songstress. Adv. of to be unfriendly.
Att.
Ion.

,

:

poet, for
:

to be

unaccustomed

to a

impf.

,

silliness, folly,

in plur.

From

strange:
gen.

»',

gen. ovos,

(<,

injured in

mind:
eagle,

witless, silly, infatuated,

[a]

'AETO'5

or alcTos, also poet.
II.

105,

,

an

Lat. aquila.

an eagle as a
[d]

stan-

,
aus
: :

€s,

(

privat.,

^jOos)
i.

Adv.
II.

-$.

unwonted, unusual, unused to a thing, c.

without ^jOos or character.
q. v.

,—

Dep. Adv. of

to be

unaccustomed.

unexpectedly.
inf.

dard, [d]

a

blast,

6s, {oLiTOs, ilbos) eagle-like,

Ep. for

wind. of
inf.

"AZA,

*'AE'fi, to sleep, v. properly dryness, beat: also mould,

,

(v.

sub

aeiffi

3 sing, imper. 3 sing,

3 dual
;

(not derov), 3 Ep.

pi.
;

d^aXcos,

a,

ov,

har^h, cruel.

dry, parched: hence parching, scorching. to dry or parch up.
pass,
II. &ct.
:

, freedom from jealousy
or, like
ov,

simplicity.

From
:

unenviable, miserable

inconsiderable, mean.

(a privat.,

ov, (o privat.,

not to be envied. without loss, scot-

-,

Ep. 3 sing. impf. Pass. 3 pi. aecav Ep. 3 sing. impf. part. to the pass, forms breathe hard, blow, of the v^and sometimes mean to be beaten by the wind, but more often to toss or wave about as if in the wind ; hence to be spread abroad. inf. of or aipos, 17, Att. 0, Ion. and Ep. in Hom. and Hes. the lower air, the atmosphere or thick air that surrounds the earth, opp. to the pure upper air, v. esp. 11. 14. -288 hence misty darkness, mist, gloom : but later generally air.
part,
: : :

:

(From

(

privat.,

unexamined.

unceasing, excessive: more freq. as Adv. II. hard, unceasingly, beyond measure.
€S,

rough.

-[$, ,—-, -^$, ov, {a \\\..,

(Deriv. uncertain.)
ill

the feast of unleavened bread. privat., vyos, 6,

)

-matched : unmarried.
unleavened:

•,

, (

'^)

unyoked, un-

paired

unmarried, unwedded. II. 21. 395, prob. Pass, to be parched dry, dry up, parch : from hence orig. stormy, and so violent, terrible; up, pine away through grief. and only in cp. "AZfl, mostly used as Dep. pres. and impf. : to stand in aive of, dread the gods 3 sing, imperat. Att. -ttos, ov, {a privat., also followed by inf. to be afraid of or one's parents absol. to be awe- withotit sea, inland. to fear lest: doing; ^
:

, ,, , ,
from
to

*,

[a]

(OJS,

,

a blowing,
ov,

Att.

(

[]

privat.,

unconquered, not beaten
for

\$,
{*,

"AZfl,

to

,

struck.

— -5,

Cf.

.
: . .

ov,

(

privat.,

hurry

generally, not girded. 3 sing. impf. o{ €S, privat., ^dos) unpleasant, annoying of persons, unfriendly, morose. Hence a being displeased, disgust, dislike. II. unpleasantness, odiousness. 4$, Ep. gen. fjos, , a young nightingale.

, -$,
:

, €$,
,

(

) .

ungirt

(!)

{aOavaros) to make immortal: Pass. II. to bold oneself become or be immortal. immortal.

, .. 5, , 5. , -5, . -5, ) -, -, -, -5, {$) ) ,
,=
Ep. 3 sing. impf. pass, 3 dual pres. ov, an old word, only in
Att.
ov,

$. , , (,

ov,

) )

:

unconquerable.
little.

wicked.

light as air
blast, gale,

:

wind.

)

(a privat.,

never having been at sea.
is,

(a privat.,

€S,

not verdant. (a privat., eaXiros) without warmth.
fearless.

\$)

is,

(a privat.,

,

immortality.

:

, -,
secret.

16

aeavaros
ov, also

-$,
ol,

—ffvos,
to

,

ov, not subject to death,

dying, immortal, opp. to

and

05 —
:

unhence

the Immortals, of the

body of troops

things, everlasting.

unworthy of burial.
also

made of it. \-'\
is,

) , , $) -,
that
is

kept at

Gods, also of a a certain number : of
unburied.
II.

, , , ',
-$,
:

Adv. at Athens. long to be at Athens. Adv. from Athens. epos, , the beard or spike of an ear of

ov, (a privat.,

j^,

groats or meal, porridge
discouraged.
not wonderII.

ing at anything.

-5, ( ( -, ()
privat.,
ov,

privat.,

Adv.

-$.

)

corn, an ear of corn itself, Lat. spica. II. the point or barb of a weapon, [a] ov, (a privat., not to be catight. ov, (o privat., not hunted. \oiyos) consutner of ears of 6,

corn, of a

not admired.

of corn

) ) -, {, ) -5, {, -$.
-5, -€5,
winnowing fan
ov,
:

cf.

ov, (a privat.,
II. act.

unseen, itivisible
to.

law or government, Adv. -$. a-0€os, ov, without God, denying the gods: generally, godless, ungodly. II. abandoned by the gods. Hence.
privat,,

godless, Lat. nefarius.

-, ^) ^) -, -65, -8, -, )
not seeing, blind

game.

€6.

Adv.

{^$)
,

ov, (a privat.,

without the aid of God. uninspired.
implacable.
ov,

for hoarding up.
is,

ov, (a privat.,

-€5,

iTos, 6,

lawless.

-, -5,
€',
to
to
f.

-5,
ov,

ov,

devouring ears opyavov a winnowing fan. {a privat., without wild beasts or
ov,

{a privat.,

(a privat.,

^^) =

( privat.,
;

and

(

) ^)
)

not fit

untouched by a thing

lawless, without

money;

also c. dat. voaois

touched, holy, sacred.

-, $, 6€,
:


contr. from Ep. fut. contend for a prize, combat, wrestle. struggle, endure, suffer.

^:
:

$ .
II. act.

$.

untouched :
2.

c. gen. untainted by

not to be

not touching.

(: (\5):
2. to
:

, godlessness, ungodliness. , want of attendance or care
From

neglect of a thing.
to,

a-OepaircvTOS, ov, (a privat., not attended neglected. II. unhealed, incurable. Ep. aor. I or (a privat.,

curare,

excited by passion.

expressible

, , , () ', {) ,
Adv.

, , ' ', , , , , , -8, , ^, ',
($,

useless:

, , ()) ,
:

-, €, , () -€5,
-€5,
f.

-^ () -8,

c.

^)

:

c.

gen.

fer.

:

to slight,

ace.

ov, (a privat.,

()

make

-

implement of labour.
ecus,

:

light of, Lat. nihil

hard

unheated; not

older form of from , combatant, champion: a prize-fighter, Lat.
6,

ov, without

warmth.

ta.

unsteadiness, fickleness.

ov, lawless.

thing, master of a thing, c. gen. aOXvos, a, ov, also os, ov, contr.

ov, impossible even for

gods

to tell, in-

-€6,

hence marvellously great, enormous.

(€)

subject to the toils of conflict generally, wretched, Lat. miser. Hence

{(\,

to set aside,

disregard.

,

abolition, rejection.

d-06Tos, ov, {a privat.,

-, -5,
:

($.

— Adv. ($ —
masculine.
as,

not placed, set aside,
lawlessly.

Adv. of a0€os, in a godless manner. ov, (a privat., unsuckled, weaned. ov, (a privat., not made wo-

manish

))

,

contr.

from

or

Ion.

games, also contr. from Ep. the prize of contest, generally a gift, present: a reward, recompence. a contest, combat. II. in plur. also = 6, contr. from Ep. ac^Aos, a contest either in war or sport, esp. contest for a prize : a conflict^
"*

the prize, the judge in the

,, ) , -, -,
trial.
II.

, () , {)
:

€,

aor. I

pf.
2.

(a^Aos):
sif-

contend for a prize.

to

eftdure,

,

II. to

be

an

athlete.
II.

a contest, struggle.

an

,

a contesting

contr.

($, , ()
from
:

.
:

a struggle,

a

athle-

generally one practised or skilled in a

.5,
hence

$, ,
rjpos,

suffering, wretchedness.

, , {,

,

{,

,

) (3. ). ^,
=
one
not muddy, clear.

who awards

'02,

5,

Dor. Aeol. *AAthena, Lat. Minerva, the tutelary goddess of Athens.

trouble.

,~

$.

ov,

(,,

towards Athens. From the city of Athens, used in pi. like because it consisted of several parts. TO, the temple of Athena. ov, Athenian, of or from

,

to or

prize, victorious, of horses.

-5, -8,

ov, (a privat.,

\5)

ov, (a privat.,

troubled.

,

Athens.

-•5, -)5,

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

6$)
~$.

) )

)

bearing away the

not muddied, unundisturbed. without uproar,

or -06, Adv. from Athens.

undisturbed, tranquil.

Adv.

:


aOpavoTos
:

to look closely at,

mind, to consider, think on, ponder esp. in pres. and aor. I imperat. see, look, consider. verb. Adj. of one must consider.
or
:

aor.

) ,, €, ([ , : : {$)
-8, ',
I

—AITAH.
at,

17

ov,

( privat.,
:

unbroken.
2. later,

Att.

f.

:

aor. 2

Exclam. of strong desire, that I would that I Lat. utinam, in Horn, always ai yap. See

gaze

at, observe.

of the

,
,
bewail.

', ,,

gen.

2|, f ,

wailing

,

(.

poet, for yaia,
cry, lameni.
!

',

earih, land.

From
wail, and
c.

cry aiai or ah

ace.

f.

aor.
:

I

:

pf.

together, collect, esp. to levy forces

breath Pass, be gathered or properly, everlasiing, never-ending : hence wearisome, of armies, to muster : irksome : then generally, dismal, horrible. fear has gathered, i. e. has arisen. ov, , (A'ias, gen. son o/ ecus, a gathering, levying. Ajax. II. at Athens, a ciiizen of the tribe that which is gathered, a AlavTis, named after the Hero. gathering, collection. aldvws, Adv. for ever. verb. Adj. of one must collect. Aias, avTos, , Ep. voc. Ajax. ov, old Att. ovv Comp. faugh! exclam. of disgust or astonishment. wrepos, later assembled in aypos) a wild goat. , II. crowds, collected together : in crowds. ov, Aegaean : A.iyaiov niXayos the all at once, once for all; the whole body, the Aegaean sea, also called . mass : collective ; he paid the hunting-spear, javelin. penalty of all at once : Adv. at and Ion. (^) lengthd. for alytos, of once, suddenly. III. immense, vast : also cona goat or goats, Lat. caprinus: as Subst. aly( (sub. iinuoiis, incessant. topa), a goat's skin. unbroken, im• ov, (a privat., 17, the black poplar, Lat. populus:

^

crowded together

, €, ,
,

collect one's
:

:

;

$, , () ()
,
:

5:

Pass.,

to

gather

. ,

, , ($

II.

,
',

Exclam. alas I Lat. vae. aiaKTos, verb. Adj. of

,

,

^,

lamentable.

Ion.

is,

prob.

from aid, and so

-$)

(, $)
:

perishable.

spond at ox for
heart.

despondency.

hearted.

keep one's tongue within doors

) €, , {) €, , , $' , () (, ) , -8,
-5,
f.

^

-

($)
(,
,

-8, 5, ,

5,

,
€8,
,

,

()

,
()
tit,

,

$,

,

not enervated.

cf.

to be disheartened, to de-

a thing.

verb. Adj. of

one must lose

,

($) want .

of heart, faintheartedness,

-5,
-8,

babbling, of Echo.

) -8, {$, )
:

ov, without heart or spirit, spiritless, faintAdv., to be despondent. a plaything or toy : a delight. Dim. of foreg,, a little toy, a pet. unable to ov,

,

ov, (a privat., ov,

-8,
-5,
-5,
:

',

ov, (a privat.,
to play,

amuse

play at a thing, do it in play, ov, (a privat.,
door.
ov, (a privat.,

-5,

) )
oneself.

,, )
a babbler, chatterer.
without a door.

goatherds.

) -, ) -5, ) -5, -€$, )
aiYlaXos,

, -,
17,

-65,
,

05, \(.

ov,

aiYCOS, a, ov,

, (', = a'iyfios.

a goalherd. [a]

{,) -•5, {,
fws,
ov,
j),

ov, 6, fern, rrts, ihos,

on the shore. From

the sea-shore, beach, strand.

(, $) feeding goats. ov, (, browsed by goats. Lat. parus. a bird, the ov, (, goat-shanked.
,
6,

a goat-pasture.

-,

(,

ol,

{',

feeders of goats,

even by goats

105, , : hence

,

{, ()
steep, sheer,

properly, deserted
[yt]

=

without thyrsus.

as Subst.,

[]

II. c. ace, io

not closed by a

-5, ()(,,4) -5, , (,() ) -5,, , , -5, , -5,
ov,

an herb of which goats are fond.
browsed by goats. a goatherd.
aegis-bearing.
goat-footed.
3.

a^yvos,
01',

(aiyis,

ov,

now,

gen.

(')

a plant with a red flower, of
shield of Jupiter, described to rush or

,

= alyti.

offered, not accepted in sacrifice

not offered, not to be generally, unhal:

which goats were fond.
al-yis,

,,
738
;

ihe aegis,

lowed.
free.

'^.
tery

breastplate.

", , 5, ,

-8,

-68,

without sacrificing. ov, (a privat., unpunished, scot2. c. gen. free from the penalty of, act. harmless. ov, (a privat., without flathence, rough, rude. ov, (a privat,, without
II. act.

-)

,

()

, ) ,
hence
rible

$

in

II.

5.

(from
later

a rushing storm, hurricane, tera goatII. from as the shaken aegis.
2.

,

move

violently):

,

skin coat.

€$, .
AITAH,

Dim. of a little goat. Dor. for aiy\(s.
:

,

avTos, contr. for aiy\aeis. sun, daylight 17, the light of the

any
2.

Ep. 6, Mount Athos. ol, Conj., Ep. and Dor. for d, if.

bright light, glitter, lustre, gleam, of metal. Heac» metaph. splendour, glory.

18

liant, lustrous.

Subst. a goatherd.

, ) -, )
«,
(v,
(s,

:

aly\r\HS
beaming:

(-,
,

beaming, radiant.
bril-

-05, , (,
-€5,
,=

. ,. ^, . ", . ",
impf.

:

for

4,

^(-

tending goats

:

as

{',

€$,

-5, '^6$, -, $, , {,

also arras, , on/, gen. II. as Subst., aiyoK€pas) goat-horned. 6, Capricorn in the Zodiac.

€$,

, , -,
spect in

obsol.

nom.

"A'is

:

dwelling of Hades : dv in Hades. \_~, but

", ", 'os ),
gen. and dat. of

'Ais, from an
to the

and ds

(sc.

gen. ovos,

(, •5, ', -|, , 8, "^. , . ,) €, . ^ ^,.. (€•. . ^,
like

-, '$.-) -•5, -«, , ) 05, , -,

a goatherd.

,
:
:

6,

6vv0 = aiyun'v^.
goat-faced.

,=
f.

-,

(', {',
to

to

have goat's hair.

mind, compassionate. or [t], 17, Ep. and Ion. word want of knowledge, ignorance : Ep. dat. pi. t, gen. los and (os, (o privat., idpis) unknowing, ignorant. Dor. , ,

, (^)
f.

-€ -5, -5, .

(,

sometimes.]
feeling re-

)

Att. kv

vulture, Lat. vultur.

unknowing of right
II.

speak Egyptian.

Adv. in the Egyptian tongue.
craftily.
es,

-€5,
an Egyptian,

yivos) of Egyptian fulness,
II.

race.

''2, modesty ('
kvi

-5, , — -5, , .
lengthd.
oos, contr. ovs,
:
:

,
,
, .

-$,
,

or law, lawless, savage,

(') ). {5, )
[]

unsettled, unsteady.

form of

5.

sense of shame, basha sense of shame or honour, regard for others, respect, reve-

Egypt

ashamed or fear
son
to

thing.

hence annihilating, destroying. unknown, obscure.
Sup.

, ,
£$,

. , -, , . . , , {) , {) ,
3 1•
to

',the river Nile.
as Adv.,

,

,

rence.

II.

that which causes

fuyvnTOvhf,

to

Egypt.

and so
majesty.
olci. Ion.

I.

shame,
I

, , (£,

goat-hoofed.

shame, ye Argives

2.=
for

Dor. for
for

'^,
fut.

pres. imperat. of

€-6€5, , poet, for (-^5, ever existing.
(For compds. of aUi here omitted,
v.

and poet,

. .
scandal;

shame or

$,

respect,

'Apyuoi

3. dignity,

:

:

aor.

sub act-.)

imperat.

;

also in pass,
to feel

form

aUX-ovpos,
alev,

Dep.

:

shame, be
per-

= aii'i.

, ,

Ion. for a!i\ovpos.

:

also to

respect, reverence

aliv-virvos, ov, {aliv, vttvos) lulling in eternal sleep.
ales. Dor. for aet, aUi.

c.

inf.

be

2. as Att.

ashamed or afraid to do a law-term, to feel pity for, hence
pi.

aicTos,

lengthd. form of atTos,

an

eagle.

pardon,

esp. in aor. I

lengthd. form of

ais.
person
:

for

aor.

,

i

3 imper. of

aor.

l

of

an

active, vigorous, lusty

a man.

-5, ,. (
is,

(Oiis,

,

fut.

privat.,

. )
or

(Deriv. uncertain.)
like

venerable.

reverence, compassion.

making unseen
II. pass,

unseen,

, (() €(5. ^)-. -, (

(5)
blazing.
thick

, €, , €$,
77,

ros, terrible, mighty. Dor. of aeros, aiiros, an eagle.

(') = ai9a\os,
(\05)

soot,

[]

ojvos,

swarthy, dusky.

Hades, the god of the world below, Lat. Pluto.

, ,

gen. ovos,
privat.,

bashful, modest

Adv.

few,

,

Att.

"8

unseen

', , (^)
-l•s, unand Sup. of

:

destroyed.

-08, ,
hoios.

, () ,(

lie in ashes.

',, ,
smoke of
f.

o(v, contr. alOoAotls,

smoky, sooty, black.

II.

,

. .

ovv,

burning,

,

like

\iyvvs, a smoky flame, the

fire, soot.

\\

Hence

to

burn

to soot or ashes

Pass, to

everlasting, for
privat.,

')

ios.

poet, for

seen, hidden, dark.

pudenda

, 5,

(68,
,
,
:

-ioTaros, Comp.
in plur.

mostly
:

properly neut. from

,

() - €-€€, (, {)
Lat. utinam,
aiOcpios, a, ov or os, ov,
air,

ai0€. Dor. and Ep. for

' 6((8

(,

that!
to

would that!
,

that thou hadst

c. inf.

walk

in ether.
to
I.

the ether or upper air, as opp. to
the genitals,

high in

Sup. -iararos
respect, tender
act.

:

()
Comp.

aio(pos
:

€-€, (,
on high.

and -earfpos,

walk

regarded with

awe or
II.

reverence, august, venerable
:

of women, deserving

$,

of things, valuable, excellent. bashful, modest. 2. reverent. Adv. of aioos, reverently.

ether.

always

,

€€, 6-5,
in ether.
ipos,

) ^,
2.

of or belonging

so ethereal, heavenly.

(pos, and

to

skim the

ov,

(,

ether.

)
ij,

=

to

From
skimming
in

the

in

Homer always
and Att. Poets

Att.
:

,

in Pindar

common

()

prose
:

:

:



air or atmosphere)

4.
or

purer hence the clear sky or heaven, as the abode of the gods. Cp. Al0ioirf|as, irregular pi. ace. of Aieio\p.
ether, the upper,
:

air, opp. to

-,
alOos,

oiros,

,

fern,

an Ethiop, negro, properly Burnt-face. aiOos, TO, and 6, burning heat, fire.

,,
.
II.

{the lower

d-iKTOS, ov, (a privat., unapproachable. at-Xtvos, 0, a mournful dirge, (from al, Aivov, ah me for Linus!) 2. also Adj. os, ov, plaintive,

)
:

\g

(,

mournful.

6)

cat, so called

-8 -, ,
AI'MA,
oTos, TO, blood
also bloodshed; ('ipyaaTai

,,

(aloXos,

,

6v,
(so.

(') (') burnt :—fire-coloured, fiery. ), , (') the corridor or vesti;

from the wavy motion of the

)

a

tail,

blood has been shed;

bule of a house mostly looking East or South, to catch the sun, whence the name.

-,

('

like Lat. sanguis, blood-relationship, kin.

onos, (aWos, oip) fiery-looking,
Vf'ine,

of metal,

flashing; oi
hot, keen.

Lat. sudum.

5),
open

, , -, ,
later
is,

sparkling.

metaph. _/?iry,

,

()

clear sky, fair weather,

10-€€5, ov, , = (', y(v(aeai)
,
:

\$.
of the sky.
to sleep in the

open air. aiOpios, ov, II. in clear, bright, fair. the open air : hence cold, chill. ai6pos, , = esp. the clear chill air of morn. a sea-gull or diver, Lat. mergus. one that darts rapidly. , f. to put in rapid motion ; to
kindle

-, , (, )
sky.

born from ether. = used absol. in gen. aWpias (sub. II. the fence. in fine weather, Lat. per purum.
or

) $, ^, $, ,
blood, bloody.

of blood, made upon the grave appease the manes.
offerings

- -,,
'
(peir/fiv to

in plur. streams

of blood
a mother's

to shed blood; be banished for homicide. II.

or

, (,
al,

Kopkv'
to

,

6v, verb. Adj. of

stained with

-,
f.

, -5,
,

ov,

to be clear,

hedge.

, ',
:

' ^',, () , , (') —
:

(')

wound,

() — make draw

be slain.

Pass, to

move

rapidly, quiver.

up, kindle

or blaze.

II. fiery, burning. of metal, flashing, glittering. III. of animals, fiery, fierce ; or perh. of their colour, yellow, tawny,

,
, ,

— $, , (') properly
:

only found in pres. and impf. Pass, to burn. 2. rarely

,

to light

intr. to

burn

() . (, €$, (, () , (, .
derous.
ov,

-, 08,
:

,
thirst

,

a gush or stream of blood. a wall of dry stones, Lat. maceria : a
fs,

,

() ()

bloody, blood-red.

(Deriv. uncertain.)

(,
:

itbos)

like

a fence or
i

Att.

f.

:

aor.

to

bloody, stain with blood : hence to blood, slay Pass, to welter in blood,

^

:

murderous.
blood.

bloody, murderous.

like Lit. fulvus, rufus.

haply.

'',

conj.,

Dor. for
f.
:

the tail fawningly

,
to
q. v.

blood-sucker.

ft

€,

kav,

with

subj.

if

-, ) -, ) ) -, ) -$,
ev,
2.

, ,,

(, €()

shedding of blood.

bloody, blood-stained,

mur-

consisting of blood.

bringing blood:
covered with
3.

bloody,

blood-red, or consisting of blood.

licking blood; (pais

/or blood.

ov,

,

properly of a dog, to
for iav.

wag

€, aiK€v, Conj., Ep. and Dor.

wheedle, fondle.

aiKcXios, ov,
petus,

€, ,=, =

blood.

-5, -, -, -$,

ov,

ov,

ts,

Adv.

,
:

,
t$,

()
,

aHKt\ios. rapid motion, a rush, Lat. im-

[r]

poet, for aeiKTjs, contr.

ouKuis, in
[t],

unseemly fashion.
Att.
for

treatment, an outrage, insult, affront plur. blows, stripes.

rage, esp. by blows, to plague, torment

Med.

,, , -

the

Ion.

, €(,
:

unseemly.
injurious
also in

oft.

(aiKTjs) to treat injuriously, to affront, out:

mostly as
aor.
I

,
;

:

f.

Att.
:

in

same

sense as Act.
:

:

-

Pass.,

aor. I

rj/a-

pf.

«, , ()
to be

tormented. an outrage, torture.

() (, ($) -05, ) , () (, -5, (, (, -$, (, -5, (, , ($)
: :

blood-red.

, -,

, -,
f,

ov, ov,

(, (, (, ) (, (, , (,
I

a blood-drinker,
blood-drinking.

) ) )
:

blood-streaming.
blood-dripping.
blood-stained.

delighting in
Pass., pf.

aor.

^-

to

make

bloody.

f$,

ov,

and

bloody to behold.
is,

basin for blood.

have a discharge of blood.

,

ov,

ov,

-, , ) ) )

looking like blood,

,,

(,

bathed in blood. greedy for blood.

es,

^ayrjvai) bleeding violently.
blood-sprinkled.
to

-pavTOS, ov,
f.

)

bloodthirsty.

lose

blood: to

Hence

20

,
=
AlvcCas,
alvcTos,


,
discharge of blood. streaming with blood.

:

—^?.
, (,
poet,
thorn.
es,

|-8,

-poos,

blood-streaming.

blood.

wiles.

wheedling, wily,
ovos,

ful.

-, (, ) -5, -/$. ,. ) , -5, , , ,=8, , () -$,
'05, ,

) -, , (, )
defiled with

-, -,

ovTos,

,

(alvos,

ov, (alvos,

allusion to the thread of life.

,

=

-5, -,

))
$) ()

a dreadful lion. of fearful destiny, in

Avcirapts.

, (\&) , (\$, AITMT'AOS, , , ,
6,

flattering, winning, wily,

[]

-, -,
Alvo-irapis,

,

(alvos,

ov, (alvos,
is, (alvos,

Xvkos) a horrible wolf. doomed to a sad end.
suffering dire
ills.
:

,
a

(alvos, Ilapis) terrible

Paris

cp,

ipos,

,

(alvos,

-)
:

unhappy father.

AI'NOS, ,

tale,

story, elsewh.

vos•,

alveiv

of winning

atvov to tell a tale: a fable, like Aesop's: generally, a saying, proverb. II. later, that which is said
to one's praise, praise.

also os,

flattering, winning,

.

, =

[]

AI'NO'2,
skil-

,

, . word =
unhappy

knowing,

persons, dread, terrible, esp. of Zeus
as

bloody.

-65, , ,
aivcais, fws,

, , Aeneas,
,
:

~,
veaa:
aor.
I


(cf.

.€) ()
(alvos,
aor.

bloody to behold.
gen. Alveldo or

terribly brave.

a praisings praise.

.
From
:

-€, ,

Adv. terribly; Sup.
birth,

in

-5,
giving

as fem. Adj. (alvos, tokos)

,
',
(alokos,

Seivos, dread, dire

:

of

neut.

pi.

most

terribly.

unhappy

in being a mother.

,

(alvos, T^pavvos) dreadful tyrant.

AI*^TMAI,
of, c.

defect.

Dep, used only feed on.
i.

17,

ov, verb. Ad). praised, praiseworthy.

:

impf. rjveov, contr. rjvouv. Ion. aiveov

Att.

-4
:

pf. Att.

yveKa:

— Mid.,

i

, .
Att.
aor.

impf. without augm,, like

fut.

hold

of

alvos)
c.

approve,

: pf. properly to tell or speak but usu. to speak in praise of, praise, ace, Lat. laudare. 2. to allow, recom;

mend.
esce in.

3. like

dare.

nddle

, . . () ,
II. to

4. to decline courteously, like Lat. lau-

,

7)€•. — Pass.,

Ion. ai-

5,
|,

gen.

:

also to enjoy,

,
e.
;

in pres.,

and

to take, lay

ceedingly

al^ aypia or aypios, the chamois
the ibex.

to be content with, acqui-

AI''NH,

17,

= aTvos,

promise or vow. praise, fame.

6, , ..
fut.

change in colour or hue;

Aeol. for

grapes begin to turn, Lat. variegantur.

Ion. for alvais, dat. pi. of alvos.

,

,

poet, for alveros.

aros,

darkly

mostly

'^. -5,() (',
:

,
;

,

forked lightning.
a dark saying,
in riddles,

oft. in plur.

or «^

also (v

€S,

eJSos) riddling, dark.

,

||,
alviKTos,
:

riddlingly.

,,
Dep. amK-nfjpios, ov,

in plur. like

,

() ,
^^'.
Att.
:

-^,

a speaking

in

riddles

riddling.

Adv.
:

~,
from
I

-, , 5) -, -, ) . -8, )
, ,
(aloXos,
breastplate.
los,

, -,
of
(for
it

,
;

Adv. of

alvos, terribly,

very much, ex-

alvcus iriKpos terribly bitter.

,,

dat. pi. a'iyfaiv,

3 sing. aor. of

.

() '\5
:

a goat;
aypia,

to shift rapidly to

6<(5

,

) )
;

and fro

— Pass,

to

the
wielder of

with gleaming

,,

(aloKos,

full of various

wiles.

,,

(aloXos,

with gleaming
cf.

belt

was plated with metal)
with variegated turban.
ov, (alokos,

II.

mai.

with quick-moving
:

steeds.

expressed in riddles, riddling
f.
:

aor.

in
II.

AI'O'AOS,
wriggling
nageable.
:

,

ov,

quick-moving, rapid

of worms,

as epith. of armour, easily-wielded,
II.

Dep.

riddles, to

speak darkly bint a thing, give to understand.
:

(alvos)

to

or

in pass, sense, aor.

spoken riddlingly. alvo-pCas, Ion.
fully strong.

fatally wedded. Adv. of alvos, = k^ in the phrase alvoOfv alvws,from horror to horror, very horribly.
enervated.

, -05,
-,

-, ,
(alvos,

I

pass,

^,
,

pf.

^^,

glancing

;

changeful of hue, gleaming, spangled night
;

to be

flesh discoloured

from

disease.

III.

metaph.

(alvos,

)

fear-

aivo-yB.\ios, ov, (alvos,

'),

ov,

es, (alvos,

alv6-\€KTpos, ov, (alvos,

) ) )

* 2. wily, slippery. changeful, shiftifig, varied. prop, n., proparox. AioXos, As , Aeolus, the god of the winds, properly the Changeable. ing, riddling.

dreadfully

xponos, spangled skin. Dor. dat, pi. oi

-, -8,
' ^,,
-l•.

ov, (aluXos,

)

,

of various mean-

.

0,

,

(aloKos,

$)

with

horrid-gleaming.
fatally wedded.

,(alm)s)high, lofty

,

ciixes

metaph.

lofty,

high-flown.

2. steep,

on heights: hard to climb.

:

:


AFPil,
Att. for
inf.

:

;

alirf|cis,

to feed, browse.

goat-pasture.
al-iroXos, for
np-hill.

, ,
;

—?.
f.

01

iooa,

-,
,

aliroXiKos,

TO,

05,

-,
TO,
(ainvs,
ov,
(alirus,

() ()

tv, po§t. for alttuvos.

/

be a goatherd

€Cp
:

:

Pass.

imperat. apov,
'.

apai

pf.

^. — Med.,
: :

f.

[a]

:

aor.

impf.

fut.
:

[]

:

aor.

6v, {alir6\os)

^^?

of ox for goatherds. II. of goats.

Ep.
fl

(OS,

a goatherd. height, a steep; vpos aJnos
6,

{,

)

pf.

-.
sail
;

Pass., fut.

Act. to raise, raise or to walk
;

.

high ridge. \y] ua, , high and steep, of cities on steep rocks alirvs a noose hanging straight down. 2. headlong; alrrvs sheer, utter destruction towering wrath. 3. metaph. hard, difficult ; aiitv ol ecaeirai it will be hard work for him. ov, that can be taken. alpeais, a taking, conquering, esp. of li. a taking for oneself, a town.

-, -, ''2,
AI'IIO'S,

(€ ,,
ov,

Ep. for Tj, rapid torrents.

$,

vavs to get ships under way : hence 2. intrans. to get under way, start, set out ; aipeiv rats
to set

^
up

aor. 2 aor. I

,
jjpo,
;

:

lift

up, to carry;

aipuv
aipeiv

to hoist a signal

high, lofty, of cities

aipuv
II.

to

march

:

Pass, to

tvitb high thoughts. vwros) high-bached, on a

$)

mount up, ascend.

to raise, exalt;

to raise one's courage, etc.

,
;

5$
2.

6€$

words, extol, exaggerate, Lat. tollere Pass, to rise to a height, increase. III. to lift and take away, to take away, put an end to : later to kill. Med. to lift, raise for oneself: hence to carry II. to take upon oneself, undergo, off, win, gain. bear. 2. to undertake, begin. III. of sound,
aipeaOai
to lift

2.

to raise by

one's voice.
the

AI*2A,

5,,{)
a

(4)

,

as pr. n., like
II. as

choosing, choice; aipeaiv
or election of magistrates.

\€
sect.

{)

Lat. Parca. a god; Albs
one's

appellat. the fatal decree of

,

goddess offate,
2.

to give choice; aipe2. choice
III. a choice, plan, of philosophy. 3.

to have choice given one.
sect or school

the fate decreed by Jove. appointed lot, fate, destiny, luck: one's share or lot in a thing; share of booty. 3. one's due or right ;

purpose.
heresy.

choose.

alpcTcov, verb. Adj. of one must take or II. alpCTcos, a, ov, desirable. II. to belong f. to choose.

€, , {)
a

^,

,, ^ ^ )

like
fittingly, rightly.
:

))
fut.
:

',
:

by

ill

one's

aor. 2

^,
:

impf.

:

later aor. l

Dep.

{,

to

perceive or apprehend by the senses, and

therefore sometimes to feel, sometimes to see, some-

times to hear or learn.

to

alpCTiKos,
tical.

,,

()

also c. gen. to be sensible of, to take notice of a thing.

able to choose.

aipcTOS, verb. Adj. of taken or conquered. II.
preferable, desirable.

,

,

,.(
pf,

Med.,

•. .
fut.

, ()
:

2. here-

Hence

2.

chosen, elected.
Ion. plqpf.
l
:

impf. 'Qpeov, Ion. alpeov
:

Ion.

:

aor.

:

also

: ^. -.
to be chosen,
fut.
I

that

may

be

or sense of a thing.
f<ws,

, 5,

Often followed by ace; but

ctos, to, the thing perceived

,

senses, esp.
etc.,

by

feeling, but also

()

:

perception

perception by the
seeing, hearing,
to

by
;

plqpf.

— Also from the root

aor.

2 ftkov, Ion. 3 sing. e\ec/{€, inf. e\uv fut. med. : aor. 2 Ep. 3 sing, yevro, for
: :

t\€T0

:

rarely aor. i

Act. to take with the hand, grasp, seize. 2. to take away. II. to get into one's power, conquer, overpower, seize: to kill. 2. to ca'ch,take: to

.

— *",
:

Pass., fut.
pf.

aor.

a sensation, sense of a thing have perception of a thing; give the means of perception.
senses.
III.

hunting, the scent.
ov,

2. pass, perceptible. perception, perceptive. ^ perceived verb. Adj.

by the senses, sensible.

, {), , ()
II.

, 05, ,,, 05, , ,
(*,

, ()
like

to
in

in plur. the

a perception:

an organ of senst. one who perceives. of or capable of

win, seduce. 3. generally, to win, gain. Att. law-term, to convict a person of a thing. \o^os alpu, Lat. ratio evincit, reason proves. to grasp with the mind, take in, understand.

4. as
5,
III.

Med.

to oneself, choose

,
an

to take for oneself.
:

II.

to take

hence

to take in preference, prefer

fated
right

to breathe forth, Lat. expiro he was giving up the ghost, was expiring. From happiness. Lat. fatalis, apov, ov, also the pointed by fate, fated, destined ; H. agreeable day, i. e. the day of death.

, ) ,
5, ,
5,
:

,

()

one thing to another: also
in preference, Lat. potius malle.
vote, elect to
office.

alpfiaOai to choose
2.

to fate, meet, right

;

(

^

knowing what

is

to choose by

and proper.
ov,

also o, ov,

()

boding well, lucky,

'A-tpos,

6, "Jpos "A-ipos, Irus

unhappy Irus.

happy

opportune.

:


$)=&-$,
:

-, , ( 52, ^.
equal.
Ion.

22

Att.

^,

Att.

,
I

Pass., aor.

quick shooting motion, to shoot, dart, glance, Lat.
ruere, impetu ferri

^ ^9 ..
privat.,

or

impf.

:

fut.

Ion.

— Med., aor.
:

'^,

Att.

and

in aor.

pass.

after.

II. trans, to
:

Homer

-5,

in

Trag.

Att.

, . , ,
(cucTos)

unknown, not

to be seen

,
, ,

.
Ion.

to

move

- , () , ^, .
-aLTLOV.
unlike, unAtt.

:

:

honour.

:

aor.

so also in aor.
2.

I

med.

later, to be

move

a thing quickly,

05, ^, 05, , ,
ashamed.
ivith

shame done one, disgrace, disshame for an ill deed, Lat. pudor generally, shame, the sense of shame, [] verb. Adj. of one must be
II.

a

seducer.

eager

[d in

when

trisyll.]

ov, (a privat., ISeiv) unseen,

and heard : hence vanished,
II. act.

destroyed: see knowing, ignorant of,

5\$.
c.
:

gen.
f.

— —
:

Att.

Pass., aor. I
to

make unseen,

epos,

(a-'iaos)

rienced.

8,

pious.

f. to give each his due or portion of a thing, hence to he ruler over, c. gen.

', , ()
(Deriv. uncertain.)

Hence

regulator of games, chosen by the people, a Judge or umpire. II. a ruler, king, esp. one chosen by the people : a president,

manager.

Comp, and

ness or deformity.

of gain, covetous.

abusive.

base designs.

, -,
05,
,

-^, -€8$, -5,

, , , ,
,,a
gen.
ov,

3 pi. aor. I opt. of ov, opp. to unseemly, evil,

$, .

.,
:

^^. — ; : (): —
zlso
to

, , () () : :
,

not seeing or
Att.
:

^.
c.

mar. disgrace, dishonour, tarnish, yivos II. Pass, to be ashamed, feel shame
to
itgly, disfigure,

:
pos,

,

6v,

,

,

=

\05,
aor.
slot.

f.

Ion.

Pass., fut.

med.

in pass, sense,

make

.bashful.

bashful, modest. a dishonourer, a

^:
:
:

pf.

.^2.

but

aor.

i

more

Ion.
:

to destroy

to slay, kill.

ashamed
to

unknowing, inexpe-

aor. I

, ,
;

freq. to be

ace. pers. to

ashamed at a thing, c. feel shame before one
:

ace. rei
c.

also

:

part, to be

at

doing a thing
:

but

c. inf.

to he

do a thing.
impf. tItcov, Ion. aiTcov: fut.
;

pf.

:

to ask, beg, usu. c. ace.
;

im-

rei, to

ask, crave,

demand something
:

beg leave to depart
to

c.

ace. pers. to ask a person;

: (

ashamed

.
to

thing ; e. inf. to ask one ask for oneself, for one's own use or purpose, to claim, Lat. vindicare sibi Pass, to have a thing begged of one.

do:

— Med.

to ask a person for a to


is

quest,

Sup. of

AI*2X02,

$,
ovos,

and formed from

.$.
II.

,

ov,

fos, TO,

shame, disgrace.

ugli-

ov, gen. ovos,

,

shameful. sordid love of gain. From is, (alcxpus, Kfpdos) sordidly greedy

()

begged.
Tiav

. ,. , , , , () , 05, ',
that which

5, , (')
Dor.

asked, a re-

demand.

Aeol. for

or

«, ,

favourite.

is,

,

request,

verb. Adj. of

demand. one must ask.
asked for,
;

Adv.
ov,

-5a)s.

of something bad, a
abuse.

^
;
:

,

verb.

Adj. of

77,

a cause, origin, ground, occasion
II.

ai-

to give occasion.

the occasion

, foul language,
(alaxpos,
los,

aicrxpo-TToios, ov,
6v,

') , , ($, $) forming ($,
foul-mouthed,
os,

From

fault, Lat. crimen
a friend

:

cused
to

also

6v,

) ($)
2.

acting shamein

to acquit of guilt.

Homer

causing shame, disgracing; eiT(a abusive words. II. opp. to KaXos: i. ugly, illfavoured. 2. in moral sense, shameful, disgraceful, base, infamous; Lat.

honestum
regul.

forms

tpyov) lewd conduct. Adv. of
aor.

$. 1\0,

, ,
et

,

turpe, virtue and vice.

Comp. and

Sup.

6($,
are used.

$, ,
,
i

ugliness.

contr. for

6$,

shameftdly.

pass. inf. oi

, ^, 6$, ^ 5, , , ^, , () , . ,
f.

, ,. , ,
€(
to hold guilty
the fault to
;

(^, (€

charge, accusation, blame, a remonstrance, expostulation with Lat. crimen habere, to be acto lie under a charge; kv

impute

one,
inf.

' \(
aor. I
I.

€<(€
ttjs

-

ahias

() $, , ()
Pass.
:

Ep. pres.

of

— Instead
Hence

cause or occasion

of the
the

blame;

as Pass, in fut.
:

to be accused.
c<us,

,
[d]
:

charged or accused. From a charge, guilt imputed.
to be

Ion.

:

give as the to charge, accuse, esp. of a fault II. tivos to accuse of & thing.
as
to
:

Dep.

aor. i

perf.

Hence

shame, infamy.

{6$,

,

verb. Adj. of

a complaint, accusation. one must accuse. to ask or beg for a thing, c. aec.

rei

:

c.

ace. pers. to beg, solieit.

,

neut. of airjos,

=

a cause.


acTLos
aiTtos.

,, . . , . ,
:

,

ov,

more

]^
;

: :

23
3.

rarely o$^ ov, causing, occasion-

ing ; hence chargeable with a thing but mostly in II. one's age or time aiTios, of life. bad sense, causing ill, blamable, guilty : che [arty to be blamed, the culprit, Lat. reus :~-6 ov, also a, ov, lasting, eternal. the cause of a thing. a machine for suspending bodies Ep. 3 pi. pres. indie, oi a chariot on springs. II. a hovering in air, Ep. 2 and 3 sing. pres. opt. of oscillation.

age, generation, period. space of time, eternity.

Ep. aor.
ov,

l

of

and so
in

horse, Etneati, Sicilian

Hence
also

throw the spear,

, , ,
-,

5, , 5,
AiTvaios, a,
ov, unforeseen,

of or belonging to Etna : of a ; or big as Etna, enormous. on a sudden. Adv. =
sudden, quick.

suddenly.
aor. I pass. inf. of

arm

a body of captives.
soner of war.

soner.

, () , () €, \€ $, ) ^. €, , ,
3 dual aor.
:

1

pass, of
1

.
:

Adv.

-$,

to bang, to vihover ox flit about. 2. metaph. to be in suspense, Lat. suspensus esse : but ev to depend upon a person, Lat, pendere ab aliquo ; to play for Hence a high stake.

brate, to

atWcu.
:

f.

aor.

{)
to

:

to

ing cord ox halter. ing : a hanging.
2),

to fight

with the spear.

II.

to

with the spear.

,

captivity.

II.

f.

&^,

ecy,

()$)
fut.

make
also
:

pri-

nasium in the suburbs of Athens, where Plato taught hence the Platonic school were called Academics.

(^ , , , . ,' ,( *€,
wave ox float
in air,

,€, , ()
f.

, ,
to

an

infinitely

long

,

(()

to lift

and hang

up, let

wave, or

set

waving.

Pass.

aor. i

^, ^

II.

hang: more freq.

$, ,

that which
II.

is hung up : a banga being hung up, hover-

ov, verb. Adj. of

hovering.
[t],

=

softly, gently.

,

also written

a

gym-

f.

,=
,
17,

:

Dep.

in

same sense

aor. I

:

pf.

spear or in

of a spear, Lat. C7ispis. II. a spear: also a staffer a sceptre. 2. as collective noun a body of spearmen, as aarris a body of shielded men. 4. also, 3. war, battle.
17,

,

&$, {, \$) -5,
ihos,

,

($)

-$,
:

8, , =
: f.

,

uncleanness.

foreg.

ov, (a privat.,

uncleaned, im-

pure

befitting a pri-

portunity, or occasion.

a captive woman.

From

ov,
;

taken

by

the

an unseasonable time : want II. imporof opportunity, unseasonableness.
tunity.

, ()
unclean

unpurified.

($)

Adv.

-$.

to be without op-

,

war

oi

prisoners of war

()
ov, 6,

booty.

-8,

ov, not in season, unseasonable, ill-timed;

the point

Is

-novuv,
II.

-.

ill-suited to

warlike

as Adj. warlike, brave.
ov,

speeding.

, ., , -$, , ) ) -, ', $,
€$, «,
6,

spirit, mettle.

Ep. for

() ()
(v,

armed with

the spear.

gracious.

a spearman, warrior.

II.

, ,
-5,
:

Adv. Lat. operam perdere : of persons, importunate, Lat. molestus :

do a thing,
Ep. for

6S, poet, for

, ,^ ,
e. inf.

guileless.

benignant,

, guilelessness.
evil,

From
unknowing of
Adv.

d-KaKOS, ou, without

(,
ov,

Fern,

$.

less

esp. without malice.

bearing a spear.

', , the goldfinch.
ov, 6,

-.

ill,

guile-

-€€8,
"*, used only
,

Adv. quickly, with speed, on a sudden.

(5,

swift-

,

of a

(aJ\pa) quick, speedy, sudden.
in pres.

and impf.

cuov, to perceive,

become aware of, esp. to hear : but also to see, observe, know, c. gen. and also c. ace. [a long or short, ace.
to the metre.]
[d'], used
to breathe.

^.
a

, $, ',
ovos,

ace.

:—

.

only in impf [], = 2. to breathe out, expire; I breathed out my life. Dor. for

=

,

,

also

the Lat.

7]. [] , sometimes with AEVUM, a space or
2.

shortened with the spear. period of
infight.

<) , -, ) -, -, -,
charms.
ov, (a privat.,

-',
^5,

-5, []
nettle,
€S,

,

(, )

nettle, Lat. urtica

gen. ioi, (a privat.,

cepted in sacrifice, ill-omened. ov, (a privat.,
ov, (a privat.,

) )

soft-flowing. the sting as :

without
not ac-

un-

adorned.

uncovered.

time,

lifetime, life.

of longer periods, an

-,

= /70$.

, ,(as,y) unwearied unwearied ,
6,

(, )

:

:

24

aKd|AavTO-irot;s, 6,
irovs)

in fight.

-,
-$,
avros,

, irovv,
,

,

gen.

untiring of foot.

(.$,
privat.,

,

(
,

) €)
II.
:

, (3, -$,
demned.

—aKepaws.
:

unwearied
untiring,

unresting,

out sense of
as

-$, -5,

[«]
ov, also
toil,

ov,

(

hence untiring, unresting

Adv. untiringly.
ov, (a privat.,

from

inexorable.
t/s,

a prickly plant,

,

ivhich

none can return.

)
3,

privat.,

!) —
hence
3.

withneut.

ov, (a privat., of verses, acatalectic. ov, (a privat., to be conquered. II. incomprehensible. ov, (a privat.,

end

-$,

ov,

(a

privat.,

concilable.

unbent, stiff:


I. 2.

unbending,

-5, -5, -5,
Adv.

-05,

-TCuS.

ov, (a privat., ov,

to be

,

() a
thistle
:

thorn, prickle

able.

the back-bone or spine

thorny or diffcult question.

of the thorn-tree

5, {). ()
$, /, , ()
ov,

also a thorny of animals.

tree.

metaph. a
II.

set at rest, incessant

, ov,

thorny: 0/ thorns.

fusion.

-5,
From
:

,
,
unndy.

-,
,
:

-5,

(a privat.,

subdued, unconquerable. ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,
:

,

unable to cease from a thing. a state of disorder, anarchy, con-

) ) ) ) ) )
'^)

)
:

uncon-

without
not

irre-

indissoluble.

not

inconceiv-

ov, (a privat.,
:

prickly.

-, ) (-, -, ", (, -$, -5, ) $) -$, ) -5, )
or linnet, hat. fringilla spinus.

a small bird, the goldfinch
II.

unsettled

unsteady, fickle
ov,

— Adv.,

)/;*
()
[«]

not to be

as fern. Adj.

,

fem.

$, ,

going on thorns.
ov,

^;)

picking out

(, -€5, -8,
checked,
to be despised,

exeiv to be unstable.
(a privat.,

Adv.

-$.

ov, (a privat.,

thorny questions, ivrangling. Lat. acanthus, bears breech, a plant, used in Corinthian capitals.

important, Lat. hatid spernendus. Dim. of a light boat, esp. of
II.

thorns, thorny.

d-Kairvos, ov, (a privat.,

smoking, making no smoke.
ov, (a privat.,

metaph.

properly of hair, too short to be cut : generally, short, small, tiny mostly of time, aKapis a moment, kv aKapu in a moment of time (sc, having w^aited a moment ; not a bit: but also of things, d«apcs a morsel. d-Kapiaios, a, ov, momentary, brief.
cs,
;

Tos, where nothing
sea.

d-Kapiros, ov, without fruit, barren. making barren, blasting. Adv. -$.
ov, (a privat.,
:

ful, without fruit, fruitless

be overthrown, irrefragable.
to be

,. , .,, ,. , , -, ) , , , ), * , () ) - , , . -5, . (€.. -5, ) ) , ( ) , :, ), , -8, ( . -8,
"AKATOS, ,
or

,

5,

)
sail.

unstable,

not to be

not

pirates, Lat. actuaria.

a small

a light

vessel, Lat,

fs,

gen.

ios,

($)

full of transport-vessel

ov, (a privat.,

unsmoked. without smoke, not pass, of
the heart

-5, -, .
Ep. for
inf.

generally, a ship.

ov, (a privat.,

Ep. for

)

actuaria

:

esp.

a

unburnt.

3

pi. plqpf.

redupl. fut. of

wanting

redupl. aor.

i

of

heartless, Lat. excors.
ov, (a privat.,

Ep. for

headless.

and

part, of

redupl. pf. pass,

(a privat.,

of

redupl. aor. 2

med.

subj. of

(,

redupl.

from

to trouble

Pass, to

'

be troubled.

€$, ,
€€$, €€-8, -«€5,

ov,

()

pointed, sharpened, a part,

pf. pass., as if

from

to sharpen, but

with no verb

,

($)
ov,

in use.

unfruitfulness.

redupl. aor. 2

med. opt. of

(a

privat.,

Ep. for

redupl. aor. 2

med.

is

to be reaped, unfruitful,

of the
act.

of

Ep. part. pres. pass, of
ov,

II.

,=

not

made fruit-

-€5,

ov, (a privat.,

(\€)

unbidden.

ov, (a privat.,

ungoaded, need-

of an oracle, unfulfilled.

2)

Adv. gently.

Hence

,

ov, gentle, delicate.

ov,

(a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

-05,

^-^)

condemned, blameless.

ov, (a privat.,

covered.

)

ing no spur. a-K€VTpos, ov, (a privat.. Ep. impf.

€'.
:

slingless.

f.

not to

Att.

Dep.

:

($) —to
:

aor.
:

I

Ep. Ep. imper.

heal, cure.

2. to

not

stanch, quench, repair,

make good :

to

mend

un-

unmixed, pure d-Kcpaios, ov, (a privat., II. «»pure in blood: guileless, Lat integer.
,•

()

3.

generally, to

amend,

or darn clothes.

:

:

:

:

:

/5*-9.
banned, unravaged, of countries
paired, untouched, inviolate : fresh, active. ov, (a privat., unmixed, pure from a thing.

-€$,

()
()
(,

:

generally,

unim-

unburied.
securus.

by lightning.

-6'$, £€, , (^) want -£$,
es,

-€5,

, -5,
, ,
:

25

.
to

act.

2. heedless, careless.

pf.

med. of
be

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat., Kfpas) ov, (a privat.,

without horns.
not struck

charms, not

charmed or won
a
ci/re,

.)
2,

without care or sorrow, Lat.

to be

won

by no

over, inexorable,

unassuag cable.

(a privat.,

ing loss. Adv. -$, gratis. aKcpKurros, ov, (a privat.,

-^',
aor.

ov,

,

(

) ()
privat.,
:

of gain,

loss.

From

, = (,
ov,

properly ace. of
(a

without gain, bring-

stilly, softly, silently.

unwoven.

unshorn hair, epith. of Apollo also ever-young, for the Greek youths wore their hair long, till they
reached manhood.
gen.

)

-5,
-8,
:

privat.,

pure

hence untouched, Lat. integer

with fresh.
clear

healing disease. aKcais, ($, -,
fut.

cian

, . (, -, , ()
, {€)
of

-', , — -£8, €«,, . ,6-, , (,€$. -, 6-5, -5, ()
and
imperat. of

.

ov, (a privat., unmixed, pure, of persons, incorrupt, undefiled, upright c. gen. pure from, free from taint of II. unimpaired, in full vigour, fresh, unbroken.

^) ()
:

remedy. but used only as Adv.

unmixed,

generally, pure,

ov, (a privat.,
II. act.

voaos)

uninjured.
lifeless.

healing, cure, remedy.

remedy, cure.

spiritless, Lat. vecors.

, () €(, ()
for
;

(€ \$ ,
,
fern,

words so beginning, v. sub €<-. Tjpos, , a healer, restorer, physithe rein that tames the steed. a mender of torn clothes. ,=
:

tion

608, , ,
or revived.

the healing art. curable : easy to be cheered

unproclaimed ; nouncement, sudden,

,) -8,
5,
:

ov, (a privat.,
II.

without heart or soul, without heart or courage, heartless,

) )

unharmed

by the fates,

unharming, harmless.

Ep. for

$,8\\.( $.
Adv. without proclamatruce.

and

esp. without

a flag of

From
unannotinced

ov, (a privat.,

admitted, implacable.

€(, , () , () 68, , c(rp, €-8, ()

€, €,
(,

unheard

TO,

a darning-needle. of aK€arr}s, a sempstress. a remedy. a healer, saviour. <1>€) bringing a cure,
allaying pain. without a head

wax, unwaxed.

vos,

Ion. for atifffis,

opos, 6,
ov,

redupl. pf. pass, of

healing.

€--5, -<9,

ov,

ov, (a privat.,

(,€) )
{a.K0S,

pass,

unalloyed, pure

without beginning.

aKcovaa, in form a participle, used by Horn, as an Adv. stilly, softly, silently : mostly in sing. nom. even with a plur. verb, as feast ye in silence occurs once, the dual is the plur. form never. Although fern,

()

point, edge,

, ,,, $, , , , ). ). -€5, ) €€8, €$,
a Subst. said to

' ,. '',
found, yet

stands also with the fem., as

€,
Comp.
harp.

-5, $, , (5.
of
ov,
:

, ',) , . . , 8)
or,
2. itiglorious,
of,

6\($ a war without anHence

one in which no herald was unknown. 3.

sending no tidings.

-5,

Adv. = a«i;pi'/iTi.

ov, (a privat.,

not covered with
3 pi.

or

Ep. for

€€5,

Ep. for

part, of redupl. pf.

(a privat.,

unadtdterate,

also guileless, honest.
in

ov,

weak, feeble, faint,
los,

(Deriv. uncertain.)

d-KiOSpis,

I,

gen.

(a privat.,

)

Homer

only

in

without the

1.

QKiKVS, vos,

,,
ov,

( privat.,

kikvs) powerless, feeble. acinaces, a Persian

ov,

or (os, 6, Lat.

word, a short sword.
without danger: hence shunning

-8,
-8,

(whence

$,

have 3 senses

a

danger, cowardly.

Adv.

-5.
ov,

ov, rarely
:

,

(a privat.,

)
2.

un-

and Lat.

acies, acuo).

2. silence,

3•

(whence healing, (whence

moved, motionless
move.
2.

hence

idle, sluggish.
II.

unal-

tered, settled, steady.

immovable, hard to

heeded

privat., uncaredfor, unwithout funeral rites, unburied. Hence Adv. of but in act. sense, without heed for any one, remorselessly. aor. i Ep. to f. neglect, slight, c. gen. From
:

,(
:

<,

-,

,

$. ,,,=5. € ,
:

not to be stirred or touched, inviolable, like Lat. non movendus : not to be divulged, [t] d-Kios, ov, (a privat., Kis) without worms, not wormeaten, sound: Sup.

,

(,

Lat. acies) a point, barb, a

is,

(a privat., xrjSos) pass, uncared

for

:

pointed instrument: metaph. a sting; the stings of desires, [a]

:

26

unattainable
inexorable.

-, ,
:

thing, to affect coyness

, . , 5, -,) -5
(
privat.,

of persons,

fiot to

)
,

not

be reached,

be reached by prayer,

Dep.

()
:

- -5
.

:

:

—aKOVLTL.

to

pretend indifference

generally, to dissemble.

,

-5, , (
or

a bugbear : ace. to others a vain woman. Dor. for
privat.,

unbroken.

(

privat.,

pass,

unwept

:

without lamentation.
ace.

II. act.

weeping, tearless.
€s,

-, :(
ignoble
:

gen. ios

:

privat.,

KXios)
as

(. —
:

Ion.

^,

, € $ ) -5,
to a

un-

without fat, esp. without the fat of sacrifice. Ep. hearing I. the sense of hearing: the ear; esp. in plur., to hear, etc. II. a hearing, listening ci^tos worth hearing. III. the thing to; heard, a report, saying, fame ; a/fojj (xbkvai to know a thing by hearsay.

6-€, *1, , (, , -, , , ()
0V0S,

,

an

anvil, Lat. incus.

)

the anvil-block.

or rather

(a privat.,

)

-

poet.

without fame, inglorious,

in

,

-€8,

-€, , {-($)
-€(08, . ( privat.,
(s,

neut.

anXeh

Adv. ingloriously.
Ep. Adv.
a/fXctcDs.

taking of: hence unsocial.

ingloriousness.

Ep. for
Ion.

tened.

i without lot or portion, poor, needy. II. unalwithout lot or share in a thing, c. gen. lotted, without an owner. without lot or privat.,

, ,
-5,
:

)-5,
:

\(5

Att. contr.

-- -€5, ,
tered, not

husband: fem. d-Koins,

-5,,, /)) -, , ( , )
(a privat., (a privat.,
II.

sleepless.

not shared
in,

common.

act. not

sharing

not par-

not shut, not bolted or fasingloriously.

Adv. of

€S, poet, for

($, €$.

ance

-5, ,

Ion. for

\€$.

bauched, intemperate

, ,
won

,

=

los,

(a privat.,

by flattery.

,

:

excess,

extravagance
:

portion in a thing,

side

, ) ) -,
-5, , (
, -5, , (
(S,
c.

gen.

Att. for

) €5.
,
etc.

-5, ,

($) ($)
:

liceiitiousness,

gatus, unchastened, undisciplined, unbridled: uneducated. 2. intemperate, opp. to

Hence

privat.,

uncalled, unbidden.

(

privat.,

bending

-5, ,
f.
;

unswerving,

stedfast.

also

washed by waves.

|, , ()
:

,

(

privat.,

prime or perfection
thing,

enough to do
time to do,

blooming, vigorous;
strength.
II.

im
cal

, $ ,
but impers.

,

, ()
on the

,,
hence
:

to be in full bloom, be at the to flourish,
c.

abound
to

) $, €,
to neither
f.

or with.

, (,
€(
;

to live

(a privat.,

. )
a wife.
opp. to
to

,

^)
be

bedfellow, spouse,

not flat-

intemperde-

licentious,

a

riotoi4s life.

Lat. non castialso

irpos

d-KoXos, ov,

Adv. intemperately : Comp., to be too intemperate in a thing. a bit, morsel. , (a privat.,

un-

thing.

in a follow.

inf.

be strong
is

c. inf., it

high

train.

in full bloom, at the prime, in the

prime of
;

attending on attendant; oi

, , (),
II.

,
cois,

(aKoXovOos) to follow, go after metaph. to follow or obey one in a

)

. II.

Hence

,

verb. Adj. of

a following, sequence. one must a following, attendance,
KtXevOos) following, , a follower,

-5, —
II.

,

agreement or conformity with.
(a
eopul.,
as Subst.

ov,

the

camp followers.

,

(vpov

of both hands, like 2. the highest point of anything, the bloom, flower, prime, esp. of man's age, Otpovs mid-sumLat. flos aetatis ; mer generally, strength, vigour. 3. like Kaipos, the time, i.e. the best, most fitting time; c. inf., 'tis high time to do; en' dvai, c. inf., to be on the point of doing. properly ace. of but used as Adv. in a
;

moment

(, $ -.

in time, in season, Lat. opporlunus.

Lat. acies) a point, edge
rasor's edge,
i.

following after; agreeing with, suitable to, like, c. Adv. -$, in accordance but also c. dat. proverb. gen.
with,

e.

at the criti-

the fingers

:

$,

-65, -5,
Ep.

-$, -,
e.

dat.

ov,

unable

to

moment,

, -,

, ,

directly

,

, fasting from food.
,,

, () full-grown,
:

even now,

,

$

of

[],

-, -,
-|/$,
ov,
II.
{.

plex.

still,

like

TJTos,

( privat.,

tiring, fresh.

-$, , (

privat.,

) $, )

€.

in full vigour.

(Deriv. uncertain.)

un-

a whetstone, hone, Lat. cos. with(a privat., Adv. of out the dust of the arena, hence without combat, toil,
or effort, Lat. sine pulvere.

) ,, ) -$, , , ) -.
ov, (a privat., ov, (a privat.,
trees, leafless.

[t], 17,

) )
swim.
to

want of tending.

From

untended. without hair, bald:
unboastful.

ov, (a privat.,

ov, without boast, unboasting.

unadorned, simple, plain, Lat. simrude in speech.

()

,

()

ov, (a privat.,

sharpen, whet. without blows.

unwearied, untiring.

:

burl a javelin: also ihrow, later c. ace. dart ai, c. gen. pers. fling, dari : pers. to bit or strike wiib a javelin, to wound ; and Pass, to be so bit or wounded. 2. to sboot fortb II. iutrans. to dart or rays, of the moon.
:

pierce.

javelin

the dart.

the dart,

dari,

wearied,
easy.

-$ = 6($
-€5,
:

Tos, Sup. of aKopeoTos, like

ceasing

act. not satiating

, , . , , , ) , : . , ,8, $, , , , {), , (), , ^, , , , ()$, €, , ) , ) , , ', -5, . , €5, , ^- $ €, )

,
f.

?.
male
heir.

:

:

27

a poisonous plant, aconite, monkshood.
for

d-Kovpos, ov, (a

privat., Kovpos)

childless, without

later

, ():—
form
t6.

II.

(a privat.,

unshorn.

Att.

:

aor.

i

Ep.

Aeol, form of

3

pi.

aor. 1

opt. of

-€$, {, ($) {)
Desiderat. of
ov,

to wish to hear. heard of God.

,

ov,

audible.

ov, Att. contr, for

Dim. oi

,

,

the

;

evTus

a dart, javelin. throwing a javelin. thai which is darted, a within a dart's ibrow.
ov, 6,

under constraint Adv. -$, unwillingly, or in an unwelcome manner; Sup. most un-

unwilling,

willingly.

,

rjpos, , and a darter, burler of javelins.

{-

strain.

2.

a thing beard, a sound, a rumour, repori, iale. [a] Hence

{)

,

little tale.

also

verb. Adj. of

one

,

6v,

skilled in

throwing

must hear or hearken

vos,

,

Ion. for

the

game

of

, 05, , ,, {)
to, c.
f.

gen.

a bearer,

listener.

verb. Adj.

beard, audible:
pf.

a contesi ai ibrowing ibe dari.
ov,

{,

that should be heard.

watching
I.

ibe

:

aor. I

:

Att.
:

i.

e.

shunning
untiring.
2.

ii.

d-KOTros, ov, without weariness
II.

:

act.

unnot wearying,
pass,

Dor.
fut.
:

:

plqpf.

Att.

Pass.,

:

aor. i

:

pf.

to

hear,

used

both
;

removing weariness, refreshing. most shameless, a Sup. either from
;

ace.

2. absol. to

hear, give ear

(€ (
with
gen.

and

bear,

or shortened for

gen.

viaTOS.

-65, , = ($.
:

-5,
privat.,
less,

gen. unsated with,

d-KOpos, ov,

Lat, improbtis.
(^os,

"AKOS,

source for or against a thing, prepare a remedy.
f.

,, , {$)

,) , ) 5, . -, ^ ,
c.

ov, {a privat.,

insatiate,

un-

gen. insatiate

of,

unsated with.

II.

not disgusting.
privat.,

or give ear to, mostly c. III. to hence to obey. hear oneself called, be called, pass for ; with an Adj. or Subst., kokCs, Lat. malus audire; or with Lat. bene, male audire. an Adv. €u, ibe end, dKpa, Ion. , (properly fern. o{
people.
;

II. to listen
c. dat.,

more

rarely

poini, esp. ibe bighesi poifit, ihe top of the

,

$)

ov,

(

.

insatiate

:

c.

headland

2.

(

Att.

$,
is,

:

a citadel, Lat. arx
to destroy

unswept, unirimmed.
insatiate

utierly, L3.t. fundiius everiere.

=

:

metaph. cease-

filled, fruitless, Lat. irritus.

TO,

a cure,

relief,
c.

remedy, help, re:

gen.
to

olkos

to

ruly

disorderly.

offence.

,
:

-5,
,

to be out

of order, to offend.
ov,
2,

(a privat.,

unadorned, u?furnished. disorder : extravagance : unruliness,
wiihout order, disorderly : in moral without orAdv.

)
a

be disorderly, un-

strongly, fresh-blowing.
fs,

unarranged,

paios,

unharmed, Lat. integer:
d-KpavTOS, ov, {a

sense, unruly,

der.

world, like

5, , ^, ,
rebellious
II.

-$,

From

unfulfilled, fruitless, idle.

5 / ^,
ov,

-,

world thai
I

is

no

incontinence, Lat. impotentia, opp. to iyKpaTeia. earlier form of foreg. [a]

etc.

or

only used in aor.

part.

well-fed, overfed.

From
to

'AK02TH',
II.

,

barley.

Dep.,

like

gen.

to be called,

bidden; SaiTos
like

vocari.

tidings of his father

,

ye are bidden to the

,

Ep. for
:

,

feast,

bearing; a sound.

, 5,
hearken
to, c.

having power or command over a thing opyfjs, Lat. impotens irae : esp. in a moral
;

) , . -$, ) , ) ) ^-, , {) 5. $, -6, €65, ) ^5 -,
,=
wiihout
result,

$,
c.

from

top to boiiom,

$,
bill,

peak,
e.

i.

unful•

(a privat.,

not barking.

contr.
is,

form of

{aKpos,

masc. of of certain winds, blowing
ace.

contr. from unmixed, pure,
privat.,

{-

hence gen. untouched by
sheer:
II.

II.

a thing.

unaccomplished,

endless.

,

the character of

an

,

irreg.

Comp. oi

is,

(

privat.,

powerless

:

not

sense,

without power or Lat. impotens sui.

command

Lat.

Dep. to drink pure fut. Att. II. to breakfast, because wine {oLKpaTos, merum). Hence this meal consisted of bread dipped in tvine. ov, having breakfasted, [«fxi]

-(;,

,

over oneself, incontinent,

28

unmixed wine.

drinking of fused, disorderly : countless. 2. lasting, unceasing: of mountains, continuous. II. undecided, 2. unjudged, untried, of persons Ion. (, , (- doubtful. and things KTuveiv, to put to death drinker of tinmixed wine. KpdTos, without trial, Lat. indicta causa : ov Comp. and Sup. also not subject to Ion. un- trial. 111. act. not giving judgment. (a privat., 2. not Tearepos, -iaraTos exercising judgment, undistinguishing. mixed, pure, sheer, unadulterate : esp. of wine, ov, {aKpiros, paros (sub. oTvos), , wine without water, sheer wine, of blended Lat. merum; metaph., aKparos vovs pure intel- foliage. lect. ov, {aKpiros, 2. untempered, unrestrained, excessive : inundistinguishably mixed. temperate, violent. Dep. = d epos, , — without control, [fpa] Adv. ro, Lat. acroama, anything without control ; aKparws heard with pleasure, anything read, recited, played or c'xeti/ to be iticontitietit. sung : a play or nitisical piece. f. to be passionate. From

, ,, -,
:

:

: ;

-8, , ) -5, -,
From
:

Ion.

,

:

)
;

;

:

-

-, , ^,
-, 9$,
-€€8,

-5, -5,
2[,
:

-5, ,-5,

quick or sudden to anger, passionate \os an ill-tempered dog. [tpa]
ovos,

hough, a small branch, spray, twig.
of evening, at eventide.
es,

,
;

Ion.

ov, {aKpos,

\5)
etc.

[a]

. , () :

hearken or

,

($)

the

end of a branch or

and earliest youth, very young.

-,
-5,

ov, {aKpos, koiripa)

at the beginning

$, -, -5,

-$,

ov,

tion.
ity.

, ,
,

ov. Ion. for

unmixed, pure.

Ion. for

ace. pi.

o( aKpis.

kind of thoughts, clear, definite, precise. II. of persons, exact, strict, scruptdous also frugal,

stingy.

acciirate, or precise in

accurately.

guage.
rate
:

arrange precisely : or understand thoroughly :
to

Pass, to be

cisely.

vix

in pi.. aKpies

confusion.

ding fioods of
lessly.

, ^, ,, () -$, , , $, s -,^, ) , , -,
II.

,

exactness, accuracy, precision
strictness, severity
:

, , , ,
tening
to.

(aKpos,

)

in

listeft to.

: ,
a or.
i

) )

impf.
:

fut.
'.

pf.

Dep.

:

to

$,

listen to, esp. to

po€vos a

hearer, student.

6cys,

,

2.

obedience.

verb.
ro,

lecture-room.

ov,

,

:

perfec-

parsimony, frugalits

or attending lectures; rarium, a pupil's fee.
(aKpos,
cs,

From

fs,

exact, accurate, precise, perfect in

end.

(Deriv. uncertain.)

end.
to

-€, -, ) ) -,
to

,

() () () , () s 6$,
Adj.

hear or attend lectures

of

,
walk on

II. to

obey.
lis-

a hearkening or
one

must

II.

a place of audience an audience.
a hearer : a pupil. proper for hearing Lat. ionotiptoe or erect.

Dep. (aKpifioXoyos)

be exact,

language

:

c.

ace. rei, to

weigh

Hence

from afar :

, () {[, ()
(aKpos,
II.

wetted at the tinged at the point, or slightly.
fs,

, precision
ov,
, ^

(ps,

of language. \oyos) exact in lanto

,

f.

make exact or acctibut commonly, to examine

made

to express accurately exact or perfect.

Adv. of
II.

exactly, accjirately, pre-

et

sparingly; ne vix quidem.

6s,

Lat.

as Subst. one that II. throws from afar, a slinger, skirmisher : but ov, struck from afar. as Adj. proparox. imcircumcision. , uncircumcised. ov, (aKpos, at the extreme ov, (aKpos, angle; Xi9os the corner foundation-stone.

, ,
()$,

(aKpos, fieXos) with a point at the
to be

a slinger, to skirmish. Dep. to throw or strike

to skirmish.
60)5,

Hence

,

a skirmishing.

ov,

-5,

ov,

,= ,—

pos.

,

(aKpos,

\5. \()

,

{aKpis,

los,

,

Ion. for

a

hill-top,

a locust-cage. peak ; mostly

the windy mountain-tops.

fruits, esp. hard-shelled fruits.
ov, (aKpos,

'AKPI'2,

iSos,

,

a locust, Lat. gryllus.

,

{aKpiros)
II.

want of distinctness and order, want ofjudgment. face or
gen. vos,

-5,
II.

,

{5, ^)

shedI

tears.
ov,

{aKpiros,

hard

to interpret.

d-KplTOS, ov, {a privat.,

)

5)

talking

reck-

unarranged, con-

j

-, , -. ^, () -, ,
is,

, -, -,
lightly.

-5, -5, .
-€5, ,

(vros)

p-oos,

)^)

ov, (aKpos,

() bound at the end or

(aKpos, dpvs) fruit-trees.

(aKpos, eiyeiv) touching

)

top.
II.

twisted at the end.

on the sur-

,

best,

pick out for oneself.
also

,

Dep.

to

take of the

TO, (aKpos, Ois) mostly in plur.

-

properly, the top of the heap, the

:

:

good, excellent; the first among the Greeks, the poets aKpos not of booty, etc., like offerings of strong of mind. whence IV. neut. from and as Adv. very, exceedingly, highly : v. aKpws. first-fruits, [^t] /ceXaivos) only used in Ep. ov, pointed or shod growing black on the surface, with iron. part. is, ov, and ov, oo<p6s) high in wisdom. the gunwale of Kvk<pas) at the beginning or end of night, in twilight. with hair on the a ship. ov, is, {aKpos, II. with leaves at the top. crown. apt to stumble. fem. Sup. of aKpos. , the citadel of Corinth. (aKpos, to float on the TO, (aKpos, f. the fag-end of
:

best or choice parts

-€5,

,: -, ,
(,


.

hence the first-fruits of the field, properly a neut. Adj.

,
;

29

^^

-$,
-5,

-5, -,, ,

-, {, )
)
of
to

-$,

{9,

-, -,

-5,

topmost waves.

of

hands, and feet.

taineer.

madness, raving mad.
edge, epith. of a net.

point

, -,
nail.

a mountain-top, peak. the highest pitch, the height of a thing. of persons, the chiefs.
I.

-, ') -, ) -8, ) -(, -, ) -3, os) ,
stone, epith. of statues

,
-€5,

ov,

(aKpos, KiOos) with the extremities

wood with marble

head,

anything, esp. of a verse. (aKpos) a summit, height. to lop off or shave the surface. From ov, (aKpos, cut off at the edge.

, -, 5,
belloxvs.
is,
17,

(5, ($, , (?,

) )

?)

,

^?;)

TO, (aKpos,

(aKpos,
[t],

ov,

6,

the edge of a net. gather at top. (aKpos, \ofos) a moun-

a pair of

,

(aKpos, Xocpos)
to

(aKpos,

is,

(aKpos,

wide-yawning. to struggle at Dep. (aKpos, arm's length, of a kind of wrestling, in which they untie only at the end. at the height of grasped one another's hands, without clasping the body.
(aKpos,

a mountain-ridge.

ov, (aKpos,

leaded at the

€,?, €^) -5,(, ) -, -, , ) ) -, -€, () -, -5, )
,

to inhabit the heights.

(?,

the snout or pipe of

ov, (a privat.,

unhidden.

ov, TO, neut. of aKpos, the highest or
II.

topmost

metaph.
III. pi.

elboiv.

) -5, (?, ) ) -5,
Adv. (aKpos,
ov, (aKpos,

with the edge of the

=

topmost or prominent a ship's ovpcos a mountain-/)ia^ ; higher city, hence the citadel, castle : in Att. esp. part ; I. in plur. the extremities of the the Acropolis of Athens, which served as the trea- beak, Lat. rostra. 2. in sing, a promontory. body, hands and feet. sury. 2. the II. metaph. a totver of defence.
(ois,

-, -,

ov,

€J,

at nightfall, at even. (aKpos, irivOos) exceeding sad.
trovs)

.
on
the

hence any extremity, the ridge of a mountain. with nails, claws, hoofs. ov, (aKpos, opo?) a mountain-ridge. very, exceedingly. regul. Adv. of

iv) -€, -, ) ) -5,, (?, -€,
TO,

ov, without ice, tinfrozen.

(aKpos,

the point of the

(aKpos,

the tip

of the nail

Adv. (aKpos,

tiptoe, stealthily.

hands and feet,

,

(aKpos,

voKis)

upper or

highest point.
nerally, high.

piercing with the point.

aKpos, a, ov, at the end, i.e. tiuitx outermost, Lat. extremus, or at the top, Lat. summus ;
TTObis, etc.,

-5, ^) -8, ) -€, , (6) -5, ()
ov, (aKpos, ov,

high-ranging
boring

:

ge-

(aKpos,

through,

seems to be a strengthd. form of ayw, to put in motion, or, if intr., to move rapidly. II. on the shore or coast. a, ov, Coast-land, an old name of (sc. 7^)
Attica, also

,. ,
:

$, -^,

?,
aor. I

f.

:

:

pf. pass.

to cut off the extremities, esp. the

TO, (aKpos,

the tip of the wing.

poet, for aKpoiroXis.

the end of the hand or feet, etc. the ^aKpoTToXis, the citadel; surface of the water so also, «* aKpois (sc. on tiptoe ; aKpas cppivos not from the surface of the heart, i. e. from the inmost heart Xa'Kpovs KpaaireSois with the outermost edges of the sail, with a close-reefed sail. II. of Time,
;

voXis

)

;

kanipa the end

q/"

evening, night-fall.
its

- -€€5 -, € €) ,
kempt.
verb. Adj. of

(,

UKTiov one must keep peace.
or tnarch.
or

,. ) , ,
() .
77,

, 5,

.

, (?) any

to mutilate.

From

.?

=

the elder-tree, Lat. sambucus.

-KTedvos, ov, (a privat., o-KT€vi<rros, ov, (a privat.,

^')
ov,

without property. uncombed, un-

one must lead
II. intr.

:

one must

«
-

go

;

or

(a privat., ktc-

III.

of Degree» the highest in

kind, first, exceeding,

€s
i.e.

without funeral-rites. the place where the waves break, 17, the beach, sea-shore, strand; in plur., II. 2. a tract by the sea. jutting cliffs.

('/)

:

30
generally,
coast, Lat. ora.


, ('^)

bruised), bruised corn, Lat.

made of it.
property,

o/fTt's

metaph. brightness, splendour.
radius, the spoke of a wheel.

pilot, not steered.

"AKT'AOS,

the waves, waveless, calm.

Tos.

fruit or offspring, barren, [] -Kvpos, ov, (a privat., Kijpos)

without authority. I. of laws, sentences, etc., no longer in force, cancelled, annulled, set aside; aKvpos ^yvfII. of to have no force, be set aside. Hence persons, having no right or power, c. gen.

! . ,. ,^, $. , .. , () , ) . , ., , , ( ) , -5, -5, ) , , -, 5 )-, , -, ) -5, )
Ep. for
/fTis)

, ,
c.

) , ) -5, , , ()
-,
ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

,

any raised place or edge, like the sea-

properly fern, of uktOs (broken, mola : groats, meal, bread

. ,
65,
os, a
impostor.
or
:

:


;

vain-boasting, imposture.

gen.,

ov, (a privat.,

dat.

to swagger, use poor in gold. From false pretensions. not worth getting. ovos, , , (\) a wanderer about the pi. of uktis. country, vagabond hence, a false pretender, an
f.

without

,
, .

the bounding race race over the sea.

by others from '$,

()

II.

-

the character

of a braggart,

, an

(,
as Adj.

imposture.

From

Dep.

(
,
:

Adv.

like

a ray.

making false
:

aKTios, ov,

ivos,

midday

of or inhabiting the sea-shore. a ray, beam, esp. of the sun also the flash of fire and lightning
;

swaggering, braggart, Lat. gloriosus

-$.
i

— Sup.

pretences,

Dor. for
to

II,

like

Lat.

aXaQtis, Dor. aor.

pass. part,

of

a dweller on the coast. [] , uncultivated. d-KTiTOS, ov, (a privat.,
opos, 6,

,

()
(>)
an
ov,

wander about.

Dor. for Dor. for

a leader,
privat.,

chief.

,

a shouting.

(a

without

,=
:

77,

esculent acorn, fruit of the ilex.

(^)
aloud

f.

:

aor.

poet,

raise the war-cry
;

:

generally.

ov, (a privat.,

not washed by

to shout

in

sign of joy

to

-5,
[]

ov,

:

metaph. calm, serene.

d

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

=

shout the shout of victory. Dor. battle-shout, war-cry.
pres. sense, to

,

alala

!

a loud cry

:

the

ov,

gen. ovos, (a privat.,

without

,( -5,, -5,

tory

,

f.

to cancel, set aside.

unexamined.

-s,

, -5,
,
than

ov, verb. Adj. unrattfled.

ov,

(a privat.,

() a
ov,

point, edge, Lat. acies.

the subject

, '.() , , ,,
of comedy
:

-5,
ovTos,

ov, (a privat.,

without hindrance.

) )
()
,

dian goddess,

untried,

but like about in anguish

,
-5,
-'•€05,

, €, (6,
:

a pf.

form of

but only used in

wander

or roatn about, like a beggar.

, , ()
-€€,

ov, (a privat.,

unspeakable.

-,
also
:

a cry of woe, wailing. aor. 2 inf. of

Ep. aor. 2

$, ,

name of Minerva.
a pf.

ov, (a privat.,

form

. $) ((, . )
the war-cry, shout
inf.

of

vic-

of

the

guar-

speechless,

dumb.

as if

only used in pres. sense, to wander
to

wander

in

unhindered.
not

Adv.

ov, (a privat.,

(a privat.,

generally, not ridiculed.

,

a Javelin, dart, smaller and
for

lighter

!, involuntary,

alabaster ornaments.
6,

Att. for

-, ,
-5,
spar,

calcareous

,, , ,
[a]
ov, (a privat.,
57,

gen. -ovtos, Att. contr. against one's will, perforce. II. =

) (!, )
casket or case
:

, darksome.
the light

made

-5,
:

es,

=

/€05 7]5
;
:

of the

sun.

impf.
: :

aor.

pf.

or roam about : wander through

Dep. sometimes
or over

(;)
c.

) ,
I
:

from

(),

mind from

grief.

without light,

without

to

Ep. wander, stray,

to

ace,
:

yijv to also to
to

the land
II.

without oars.

a case for

\$. ,
or

and

alabaster.

. that
in

,

also

,

wrought
cis

6, .€.

made of it, a

which is of alabaster.

, , -, ,
from home,

be banished.

metaph.

in mind, be distraught.

(€$,
f.

,

not seeing,

blind;
II.

the

dead ;

that brings blindness.

,
:

(,
I

a

less, careless

watch.
aor.

)
'€os
:

,
:

wander wander
opp.

as

a

wound
e.

dark, obscure.

a blind,

i.

useto

make
ened

Adv. (a\s)
ov,

to or into the sea

Homer

also

-$,

7$, , , ()
blind.

inf.

($)
:

:

easily mastered,

weakEp.

,

by some derived from aWofiai,

-^,
:

powerless, feeble. Ep. impf.

f.

^;

— (

aor.

:

euphon.,

drain, make poor : esp. sirengib, overcome, slay. = a\s, sali. aXas, CLTOS,
ov,

)
drain

?—
:

empty,

of power and

. ,
{Xy)
in

: :

ei

an avenger.

, ,, () 5, ()

be wralhful, hear haie.

-5,

ov, (a privat.,

goiten, insufferable, unceasing

Hence

be ivbo forgeis noi, ibe Avenging Deily, Lat. Deus Vindex, with or without then, generally, an avenger, the herdspersecuior, iormenior ; men's plague. II. pass, one ivbo suffers from divine vengeance : a sinner, evil-doer, accursed and polluied man. cLXdras, . Dor. for Dor. for 3 sing. Ep. inipf. oi
epos,

-,

,

(a privat.,

) )
under
noi
:
: :

grievous, iroublesome : c. inf., horses bai'd to break.

,
:

,

,

(X€y,

cf.

'

aXy€ivo$) painful, aXeyeivol

ibe influence

of for, mind, beed,

be forabominable, accursed.

:

and impf.: {aXy)•. and io care for a meal generally afterwards to prepare a meal for guests. copul., Xiyw) only used in pres. to trouble oneself, bave a care, mind, beed; mostly with the negat., aXiyeiv to bave no care, beed not ; rarely without negat., aXiyovai tbey are beed-

€,

only used in pres. and Ep. impf. : io irouble oneself about a thing, to care
c.

Xiyov

gen.

rei.

chiefly used in pres.

Odyssey with

-, (

,

fiil

in their course

a person or thing.

aXytivos, (aXyos) giving pain, painful, grievous : Adv. -vajs. II. &ct. feeling pain, sufferiiig. For Conip. and Sup., v. aX7£W. bringing pain. ov, (aXyos, to feel f. (aXyos) aor. l II. metaph. bodily pain, suffer pain : be sick. to feel pain of mind, io grieve, be iroubled or distressed : io suffer pain ai or aboui a thing. ovos, {aXyew) a sense of pain, pain, grief, of body or mind. pain fel or caused. aros,

, ,

$. .€, . , () ,,
vos,
:

..
) ^

a making blind, blinding.

Comp. and
aXyos
but
r

, () , , () , ,
,

€-5, .€,

only used in pres. and imp{. = (aXea, sbun, avoid. . Ion. for dxL•. oXciap, aros, wbeaien flour. ctos, to, anylbing used io anoint witb, an unguent, fai, oil. an anoinier : a trainer, , master, properly in the wrestling-school. dXeis, uaa, ev, aor. 2 pass. part, of privat., Xfios) an embossed cup,

, ,
generally

;

also c. ace. vel gen. to care
Pass.,

regarded or counted among.

€€$, , , (,

€€,

)

)

aXkydaQai ev
boi,

warm.

, (,
for
to be

, -,
^,,

siop

, (') (^) , (^)

a sinner.

,

€5,
(as

Att.]

,$
ov,

ecus,

,

sense of pain. tv, {aXyos) painful, grievous.

gen. ovos, and

,

ov, irreg.

Sup. of aXynvus,

formed from Subst. from naXXos). [ Ep.,

', €, : —,
funeral sacrifices.
II.

,. , {) ,
,( = $. , , ()
TO,

.

one wbo leads or goes astray,

oTos, TO,

unguent,

oil,

used

in

generally, anytbing for

smearing witb,

pitcb, resin.
:

Pass., aor. I
:

pf.

Homer
II. later,

joins

, . ,€ , ., ) ', , , ^, .
eos, TO,
;

"AATOS,

pain, Lat. dolor, whether of body

anoint with
like

oil (see
;

(
to
oi

f.

aor. l

Ep.
oil,

also aor. 2

anoint witb
or
;

')
,

'
oil

:

pf.

[]
the
skin

:

to

esp. of anointing for

gymII.

or mind pain, sorrow, grief, distress. anyfbing ibai causes pain. Hence
f.
:

nastic exercises

aor.

I

(-,
up the
fois,

ibe atbleies.

io anoini,

besmear;

Pass, with

f.

med.

a\7iii/oC/«it
iress
:

:

aor. I

:

pain, grieve, dis-

Pass, io feel pain, be grieved or disiressed ai
aor. 2

a thing.

sirengiben;

((

:

make

grow, nourisb,

she filled oui his limbs: io

Only poet. (From Lat. /.) a cock : cock-crow. unwedded; ov, (a privat., grow, wax, ihrive. II. trans. = an unlawful contest of (From Root *AA-, as in Lat. alere.) is also used Adv. wiibout marriage. dXca, Ion. an avoiding, es- marriage , caping : c. gen. fligbi from a thing, sbelier from it. , a ben, comic fem. of Ion. beat or warmtb, of by analogy of Xiaiva to a cock or ben. ovos, , , the sun, or of fire. Hence
increase, muliiply.

*,

{,

,^,
aor.

, €( ), , .
,
oAcKTopiScvs, aXcKTopis, dXcKTopiaKos,

{) €-, (, )
eojs,

€8,

ears.

Hence an anoiniing, dyeing.

5, , {() a ben.
o,

a chicken.

Dim. of

,

a cockerel. ibe crowing oj

-€5,
:

yv

-

warm,

be

warm, make warm, sun warm.
io

:

intr. io

grow
pi.

oXcaodc, Ep.

i inf.

and imper.

of

off, avert,

€, ', ', . '
less

(^()

opos,

,

a cock, Lat. gallus.
for

common form

€$,

Dor. for

$.

,

to

ward


32
for

— —
; :

of

the

helper,

Hence fight off the rest, a champion. ov, able to keep off, defend or help,

, \€€. , ),, \€ €. , ) -,
«|5,
fojs,

, , ,
fi'XoJ
:

-,,

€, Dor. and Ep. —but aXev, €|-8, {, defending men. the usual name of Paris ((, ^) keeping
3
ov,

aor. 2 part, neut., v. ake'is.
II.

in

, )
inf.

^ei^
pi. aor. 2 pass,

. ,
aXeros,
meal).

:

:

;

,
0,
f.

,

(^)
(»,
[a]

a grinder;

\5

ovos a

mill-stone.

Iliad.

ov,

aor.

i

med.

o{ of

€|,€, -«, Ep.

(|, , {)
,

inf.

a defence, guard, help.
off, resistance.

.

3 sing. aor. i opt. of

(^) a keeping

^. ^.
who

offthe wind.

aXe-rpCpavos, 0, pounds, a pestle. aXerpis, -,

^,

(€£)

€,

€|», ,

fut.

of

\(^.
of

fern,

rjpos,

,

()

one

keeps

off,

a

guardian ;

one who keeps the

,

esp. as epith. of the gods, like Lat.

(sub.

II. far away. Averrunci. a remedy, protection.

epos,

or (from

\4, ''$)
[ap]

,

(,

,=

she that keeps off a curse

she that

2. a means of escape from, shunning, escaping. keeping off a defence against a person or thing, ov, absol. help, succour. aXewprj arrows or darts. ceaseless wandering or roamkeeping off evil. ov, "AAH, j), 6.\ii\L-poos,ov,{\e,pos)protectiflgmortals. ing. 2. metaph. a wandering of mind, distracov, tvarding off death. tion, madness, Lat. error mentis. II. truth. poet, a means of keeping off poison, the character of one who speaks truth, frankness, an antidote.

and

€-€€5,

ruin,

-, €|-8,
:

('^,

\(€€ but — from *\) augm, ^(€, -€€, — formed
aor. I act. opt. also fut.
aor.
I
; ;

,
away
this
;

-, '

the
(as
if

(,
,
;

{\(,
tenses

) $)
are
:

^)
formed
fut.

guards from death

partly from

fut.

^^
;

aor.
:

i

also an Ep. aor. 2
inf.

part,

a fut.

:

or aside, hence to defend, assist, aid:
Zciis

struct., c. dat. pers. et ace. rei

Tivi to help one

aXi^eiv Aavaois evil from the Danai of. Med., to keep another offfrom oneself, defend oneself against him, Lat. defendere: also absol. to defend oneself. II. in Med. also, to reqiiite, repay, recompense.
but most freq. together, to avert the day of
:


;

ray

^
to

^-, ( , -,
partly
;

, . , , ,^ ) ', ( ^ , () , ^ () , ()
corn, Lat. molitrix.

5,

) ()
a grinding.
aor.
(v.
i

longer form of dAccu, to grind, [a]
that which grinds or

a female slave

who grinds

or dXev, prob. shortened for dXeoi;, imper. of

avoid! cease! aor. I of wheat en flour, fine meal, mostly dXcvpov, TO, {harleyin plur. aXevpa, distinguished from

(')

f.

rjXevoa, used as Act. to
:

or

to

remeve, keep

impf.
pf.

:

fut.

:

aor. i

^,

Ep.

:


:

:

aX-qXeKa, pass.

or

to

Att.

grind, bruise, pound, Lat. molere. an avoiding,

,

€3,

from
:

sincerity.

3 sing,

med.
;

,
f.
;

,

€,

-, ()
:

Comp. and Sup. of

fut.

med.

truth, to be truthful
tions, in Pass, to

of persons, to speak of things, to be true : of divinatrue, be fulfilled

\€,
off,

without
is

come

;

whence again
or keep

speak truth in all things. privat., e's, (a

ward

— Conavert

turn

separately, as, akt^eiv

of persons, true, sincere; truthftd, frank, honest : of 2. neut. as Adv. with ironical things, real, actual. proparox. ;;^65 itane? indeed? in sooth? signf.

)


trtdy

.

without reserve:

may Jove

as,

but TO r ever a.

€,
.
:

contr.
:

opt. aKeoiTO

part.

Homer
aXevai,

in 3 sing. aor. i
;

(3
rei,

inf.
:

c. inf. to

flee,

,

, ,

Dep.

PiKos,

avoid doing, omit to do absol. to escape, avoid : to neglect : cf. Ep. for 3 plur. aor. I of Ep. for 3 sing. aor. 2 subj. of aXKo:

,\( ,, ^^ - , $ ,^ , , () ' ,.
nuine.

, 05, , , ()
Dep.

^
$

8,
Adv.

;

in very truth, really

and

truly, Lat.

=

}.
:

persons, trtithful, honest

-5,
fut.

of agreeable to truth of things, real, acttml, ge-

-vSjs.
(ojs,

, ,

\€€$
:

also
:

3 sing, but chiefly used by or imper.
: ;

of truth.

,

subj.

or

;

opt.

Ion.

= €, to grind. -«. Adv. of
:

poet, for

) €.

;

part.

also

— Comp.
most

to avoid, shun, usu. c. ace.

Sup.

rarely

c.

ace. pers.

:

also

to leap.

,

\€,

.

Lycia or

,$ $ $
ircBCov, to,

{)

trtdy.

,
$,

{$,

prophet

really, truly;

more

land of wandering,

in

-5,

Cilicia.

-5,

ov, (a privat., Xrfiov)

Ep.

ov, (a privat.,

ceasing, incessant;

without corn-land, poor. 77<) unimplacable anger
;

abating not frorn wrath.

:

.

pass,

fine flour

bold of, hard to catch : Comp. amenable. 2. incompreheiisible. es, Ep. and Ion. Adj. or

a wanderer, stroller, rover, vagabond. 2, as Adj. vagrant, roving. a grinding in the mill. fut. Ep. impf. ^'. to become whole or sound ; (aXrjs) an assembly, gathering Ion. of the people, Dor. and Ion. word for the Attic c/f6,

, (-) ?, , {) ",() ^ — , , . ,, , (, -, ) -, -5,
From

, () -5, ) . , -5, , , $, $. -, ) , {) , ) -, , -5, ) (5, -€, ) '5 , ) , , , . -€5, ) -€5,
(, ,
of
or

-€,

Att. pf. act

to

grind.

\\— $, -5,
and
and
pass, of
sea,

Att. pf.

act.

,
:

properly that which is ground, metaph. a wily knave. Ep. for aor. 2 pass. inf. of eiXcu.

. .) ,


33

.

Dor. for ov, without stones, not stony. Dor. for
ov,

!.
(!,

sea-beaten.
sea.

ov,

(.$,

wearied by the

,

ov.

Dor. for

ov, (5Xs,

ovos, 6,

,

a wanderer, rover.

sea-beaten, of ships.

11.

act.

sounding in the sea, roaring over the
st/r rounded

aor. 2 pass. inf. of
ov,

«'.

of waves.

(

privat.,

not to be laid
less

ov, gen. ovos,

($,

by waves,

[]

= Att. aOpoos,

-65,

ovtos,

, {5,

ov,

(a privat.,
:

lord of the sea. without harbour,

thronged, in a fuass, Lat. coji/ertus. [a] 3 sing. aor. 2 med. subj. of

Lat. importuosus

generally, giving no shelter, inhos-

pitable.

Dor.
f.

,

a wandering, roamifig.
to he

ۥ,

a wanderer,

live

sea, of rivers.

a vagrant

life.

volutabrum.

•05, ,

make
to

:

:

, , 8( , ,
Hence

(,
i

,

the beifig without harbours.
ev,

{.5,

flowing into

the

,

a place for horses

to roll in, Lat,

aor.

a horse roll:

Pass.

roll like a horse

;

roam
{as,

,

,
,
:

(ciAs)

a salt-cellar. (aXs) seamen.

-acTos, poet,
is,

eagle, osprey.

,
{5,

-€, )
about.

-,
aXivos,

,

fern,

swimming
es,

(as,

-5,
a^Tos) the seasea,

,

ov,

($)

made of or from

,

hunting toils. Dor. for

(a\s,

sea-ward.

is,

(aXs, avOos) sea-blootning,

ov, (a privat.,

abating

tain.)

-, ,
-5,
[a]
a,

neut.
ov.

Dor. for

ov,
ov,

resembling,

oXC-Sovos, ov,

-^,

es,

(s, {s,

tpKos) sea-girt, surrounded by
rios,

)
:

) )
aos.
like. 6,
:

blowing on the

blowing
ptirple.

i.

e.

9, 5, ,
ing
erring

. .) -5,
ov, (a.s,

ov,

(a.

privat.,

) )
inf.
:

pf.

:

to

or

also to

wander up and down,
if

noun, as

from

in the sea.

swiimning

in the sea.

salt.

without a net, without

worn by
[a]
of,

the sea.

Dor. for

os, the sun.
{a.s)
[a]
fruitless,

jmyielding, un-

as Adv., incessatttly

washed by

the sea.

(Deriv. uncer-

sea-tossed.

the sea.
a.\\.ei%,

gen.

5.

Ion.

(aXs, aXios) one

has to do with the sea, and so I. a fisher. a seaman, sailor : with another Subst. ipiras rowers on the sea. oAieuTiKOs, , of ox for fishing.

pf.

ther,

, ,, () , .) -8, , -5, )
€, ,
f.
f.
:

, ()
aor.

{aXidvs) to be a fisher, to fish.

) , €, ) -, ) 5 -, $. -, )
:

,
:

a, ov, also os, ov,

from, or belongunprofitable, idle,
[a]

to the sea, Lat.
a, ov,

=

$,
aor. i

marinus.

also in neut. as

Adv.

in vain,

(Deriv.

uncertain.)

ii)

, -5,
f.

-€5,
to

es,
:

(5,

sea-nurtured. Ep. :

(5
sea, a

make fruitless,
es,

disappoint.

not fit for a suppliant.

TO, {aXs,

who sand
II.

tract, esp.

a plain by the one near the Piraeeus.
ov,

(,

roaming

in or by

the sea.

dering over the
voyage.

Pass., aor.
:

Ion.

assemble .

, ,
.

ov,

— () (,

I

:

to

gather toge-

,
-,

Dor. for
(aAs,
sea.

e's,

sea-wandering, wanthe sea,

Pass, to assemble, meet together, [a]
to salt,

[]

-5, -,
Dor.
ov, contr.

,

Hence a wandering over

wandering

sea-beaten, lashed by the sea.

sea-girt.

Ion. for

es, (ciXs,

Ep. dat. plur. of

opos, 6, poet, for aAieiis.

.

merged
sea.

sweeping the

-5, -'•5,

in the sea, covered with water.
ov, (aAs,

ov, (oAs,

deep purple dye.

))
C

-,

ov,

($,

)

ovv, (aAs, TrXeoi)

ploughing the sea. of sea-purple, of


84

against which the tide breaks. oXCp-pavTos, ov, (ciks,

-,

es,

(&\s,

^)


breaking the waves,

-5, -65,

ov, ov,

= aXippayrjs.
also

)
ov,

sea-surging.

.. , ,

,

,

(,

$)

05, ,

sinfulness, wickedness, mischief. -voos, ov, {aXiTpos, voos) wicked-minded.

()
=
ov,

syncop. for
ov, also

roaring

sinning

with waves, sea-beaten.

washed by the sea. ov, in heaps, crowds, swarms, in Adv. abundance, enough, Lat. satis : also c. gen,, rivos I yvpov silver enotigh, Lat. sat argenti; aKis have enough of a thing rarely just enough, =

6$. -5, =(, -, ,(\$) ) 2,

, 2', , . ,,

(, $, ) < - -5, (,
ov,

-8,
:

as Subst.,

sea-worn.
as Subst.,

6$, {€) $, («, ) ,
6,

sinful,

a sinner, a knave.
sea-beaten,

-;8,

supplied

aor. 2 syncop.

Ep.

,',
aor.
I

:

€$.

inf.

of

-8,,
as Subst.

f.

to pollute.

Hence
Act. of
:

aros, to, a pollution. a
defect.
:

,,
,
ov,

,

a seaman. Tvpos) a salt

aor. 2 pass. inf. of

shipwreck.

Pass., the

which
subj.

is
:

by
;

impf.
Att. also caXon/

fut.
["']
;

opt.
:

',

part.

to be taken, conquered, fall into the enemy's 2. to be caught, seized. band. 3. to be taken or caught in hunting also absol. to be overpowered. 4. rarely in good sense, to be won, II. to be caught or detected in a achieved. thing as Att. law-term, to he convicted, and so conKKoirrjs to be condemned, c. gen. criminis victed of theft.
: : ;

\(:—

aXovs

pf.

,

,
[]

Ep.
Att. also

;

inf.

;

strong, mighty. only used in nom. and ace, safeguard, bulwark, defence. Dor. contr. from avTos, 0,
ov,

5, , $,

[]

:

plqpf.

€$.

, 5,
,

Adv. of

{) ,
.

,
:

(,

,

. ()
From
pirate.
in vain.

sea-beaten, sea-tossed:
cheese.

destroying on the sea

:

() (5, = a
gen.

,

power, might: in spirit, courage.
so help, succour.

to

later

3

(;)

moved by prayer.

and so

the sea,

with accent a part. med. of of pres., sinning, as if formed from Compare Ep. for missing the right ov, day or right time : hence untimely born.

and

, ) ), €$, , ,,. ^ ', , {) , ', -5, ^) . €, ' ' -€, ) * , ^. . , () , , €5, ) -, , . . , (, ) 5, , {) $ (, , , ^ ^ ^, -, , ^(, 4) sea-resounding. (, , () whirled -€5, (, pickled. or rolled
ov,==sq.
cs,

-68, -€5, -5,
ij,

sea-girt.

ov,

salted,

ov,

protector.

5 £$ , , , . -$, , )) -, ,
III.

(() .
{)
ov,

,

bodily strength, force, prowess,
II. feats of strength. a safeguard, defence; and

€8, ((,
:

IV. battle, flght.

tv

Dor.

contr.

valiant, mighty.

heterocl. Ep. dat. of

formed

as if

from

ov, also

ov, gen. ovos,

pos,

{, {) , {, , {€)
ov,

bravely-fighting.

strong, stout, brave.

stout-hearted.
off,

one who wards

a

and fro

in the sea, sea-tossed.
f.
:

aor. 2

also aor.

i

— Med.,
:

inf.

akiTeiv

:

aor. 2

at, with or without halcyon days, the 14 winter days during which the halcyon builds its nest, supposed to be quite calm.

pi.

Ep.
:

inf.

see

:

ovos,

,

the kingfisher, halcyon.

to sin or offend against, to transgress, err.

ov,

(a privat.,

not to be

-€8,

aor. 2 inf.
€s,

(, ^)
it.

of

stretching along the sea,

level, flat.

ov, gen. ovos, (aks,

bounded by

pi. of but with a in another way, otherwise : I. change of accent II. to to oppose single clauses, but, Lat. autem. oppose whole sentences, but, yet, Lat. at: it may even be used with imperat., to encourage, persuade, aye, well come, etc., like Lat. tandem; III. joined with other Particles: i. come now.

Conjunct., neut.
:

,

bordering on

$, , (() a

sin, offence.

ovv, but then, however. enimvero, but really, certainly. a change r),

(5, -€8, [^,
ov, gen. ovos,
ov,

signf.

exchange, the price of a thing. to sell sausages.
ov, 6,

{€)
,

{()
$)

sinful, wicked.

,
aTos,

2.

yap, Lat.

,

:

that

which

is

exchange, barter^ given or taken in

From

a sausageinf.

seller.

sinful, laden with guilt:

Tivos sinning against him.

guest.

-, (, )
ov,

Ep. 3

pi. aor. 2

med. of

sinning against a

a wicked mind.

^

(5,

,

avTos,

:

Att.

-,

,

Pass., fut. I

,
aor. I
act.

and med.

of

changing, interchange.
:

sausage.

.

aor.

:

pf.

fut. 2

:

()
:

aor.

:

,
(
:

:

:


aor. 2

^7»;»'
it

:

pf.

^7-

make

other than

is,

to

change, for another.

pay.

to give in exchange, to requite, reIII. change, and so leave, quit. tivos to take in exchange, exchange, nvos or one thing for another. 2. to go to, c. ace. loci, like Lat. mutare. IV. Med. to change or alter one's own, but oftener to exchange for oneself, ex-

alter.

II.

3. to

-5, , (, ) -68, {os, (5)
ov,
is,

,
',

(, ()
f.

.

35
to mistake

<,

one thing

Hence

a mistaking one thing

for another.

looking differently. Ep. elision for

change, interchange
60, either
i. to

Adv. (oAAos) elsewhere, in another place, Lat. alibi ; at one time in one place,
at

another way.

'^.
alibi.

Adv. properly dat. fern, of I. Adv. of Place in another place, elsewhere, Lat. i
: .

, \( , () , €, , ,
buy, or

hence

to

barter, traffic
2. to sell.

—and

aliunde.

Lat. alibi.

otherwise, Lat. alias.

another in another.

Adv.

from

another place

:

by

ov, contr. -0povs, ovv, Opoos) speaking another tongue, strange, foreign. a, ov, of another sort or kind, dif-

Adv. (a?J^os) elsewhere, somewhere Adv. elsewhither, to another place. Adv. elsewhere, somewhere else, Lat.

else.

ferent, other

dXXc^ai, Ep. for

v((yov,

^,

alibi.
v.

, () . () , -5, (, , (5, ,
Adv.
Adv.
II.

holding another opinion.

of different form,

frojn another place, Lat.

elsewhere, in another place,

in another way, in another case,

alter

$,

2. to

sum.

somehow

ply other than what
allegorically.

another.

one another.

, , -, , , ,
i.

' , {, -,
else,
e.

II,

another place, elsewhither, Lat. aliorAdv. of Manner, in another way,

otherwise, Lat. alias.

,

except.

ayopevw)

to

speak so as to im-

is

said, to express or to interpret

-5,

one another.

one another, to one another, one another. Adv. reciprocally, mutually.

, )

-5, (, -^) $ os, (, <) -$, {, 5, $, () - 5
,
an eating one another.

ov, poet, for

'$.

, 5, 5, . ", , ,
be

$.
and 3
:

:

($) — Comp. (5) —
:

different.
:

f.

:

aor. I
to

Pass., pf.

^-

:

make

different, to change,

Pass, to become different, be

changed:

esp. to

changed for the worse. Adv. of
Aeol. for
ov,

otherwise.

($) of unusual
changed.
:

kind, strange,
-reus.
:

monstrous

:

also utterly

Adv.
fut.

Lat.

SAL-IO
:

inf.

aor. 2

2

sing,

€5
is

From

who inclinesfirst

--, € $ ,
Ep.
;

(without aspirate)
inf.
:

, ^,
; ;

aor.

i

Ep. syncop.
3 subj.

;

part,

Ep. one
I.

Dep.

to spring, leap,

bound.

,

.

e.

to

one side then

to the other, uncertain.

ov,

eating one

"AAAOS, ,
Lat. si

0,

Tis, or Tis

,

mutual destruction.

From

any other, some other : quis alius, whoever else. 2.
its

$,

Lat.

ALIUS,

another, other

ov,

destroying

often joined with other of
it,

own

cases or adverbs

derived from

as
3.
;

,

mutual slaughter.

From

one thing, one another.
the other, the rest

one man says joined with the Art.,
;

€y€

ov,

*^eVa;) murdering
dat.
:

in plur. ol

others, the rest, all besides, Lat. ceteri

a gen. plur.
:

ais, 01$

ace.

which has no nom. as, a
:

:

cetera, reliqua, in Att. often used as

of besides: di tc
so also
especially.

Hence

€ ..
4.
still,

-5,

ov, poet, for

-$,
for

-€\•8,

privat.,

^) -€5, (5,
ov,
is,

inexorable.

poet,

inexorable.

yivos) of another race

foreigner^

tongue, foreign.

6-$, -€, ()
6-5,
to take

ov,

($,
I

Ion. aor.

part.

) ^$,

-,
(a privat.,

:

(
a

$, $,
to

further, etc. II. more rarely like yet a fifth river. i. other of other sort, different : hence than what is common, strange, foreign. 2. other than what is, untrue, unreal.
it

means

5

.

Adv. for

$ , ,
:

u

tis

all the

Lat.

the rest,

.

all others

and

especially.
,

,

both otherwise and.. i.e. is used with numerals, when
;

yet,

(5

$
.

:

of a strange

(5,

€. €,
;

to another place, elsewhither, Adv. foreign lands, Lat. aliorsum. Adv. at another time, at other

times

one person or thingfor another, to mistake. ov, mistaken for another person or thing, unknown. strange, foreign, belonging to an(sc. yrj) in a strange other people or land : land. (Deriv. of -Sairo$ uncertain.)

-$, , ,

(», yyv)

)

elliptic,

,€
.

..
,
;

{5) ($, () Adv. (?,
.

,

at one time, at another.
else ?

tis) anything

Lat.
is

numquid aliud f when followed by
e. g.
;

,
;

the sentence
i.

e.

will they feel

aught

else

but hunger,
is

i.

e,

how

shall

they escape hunger? but

sometimes omitted.

C

a

:

36

busy-body in other

with other peopled business.

Lat. alienus, opp. to idios

, ,
,
f.

^, ($) -678, , -€,
mens


to be estranged.

{aworpios,

matters.

(\\$,

Hence

)

kirioKoiros)

a

take no heed of it, Lat. rationem rei to be out of one's senses. Hence

to

meddle

, (aWos)
;

,

meddlesomeness. belonging to another,

/

, want of regard or esteem, contempt. want of reason, senselessness, folly.
ov, (a privat.,

, -5,
ov,
i.

«, ,
f.

»
e.

(aoyos)

to

pay no regard to a thing, non habere. 2.
H.

thoughtless, silly.

.
vile.
I.

unreasoning, not to be reckoned. 2.
2.

oyoa)

, , $( ,

other
ly.

be bountiful of what is atioiher's; to laugh with a face unlike one's own, Horace's ridere malis alienis. l\. foreign, Lat. peregrimts : hence strange, alien : also estranged, hostile.

7€/

\\$

to

not to be heeded,

-5,

without speech, speechless.

of divers colours.

5, $, -5,
,—
to

5, , (aWarpLos) estrangement.
, ,
{aWOrpios,

unutterable, Lat. infatidus. zvithout reason, irrational. 2. not according to reason : contrary to reason, absurd. 3. not reck-

unspoken,

make

strange, estrange,

hostile or ill-disposed

tnade an enemy.

f. {aWos, to be of angive no heed to a thing. to think otherwise than as one should, to think wrong-

-, , )
-5, ,
mind
:

-$,
2. to be

become estranged, be bring into another's hands: Pass, to fall info strangers' hands. Hence Adv. of aWorpios, strangely; to be estranged.

.
,

Pass, to

to

(ojs,

estrangement.

Adv. elsewhere, in another place, Lat.
Ep. for

.. , - -5, . ^) -5,
,
make
Adv.

$)

oned upon, unexpected.

, () , , ,
,
poet, for
aor. 2 opt.

.

the aloe, a plant.

threshing or threshing-time. or out of the sea. 3 sing. Ep. impf. of

() from
of

not to be reviled.

-$.

alibi.

lard, grease

to

.

oifitment, varnish, paint.
f.

absent or unheeding

less, lose

-5, ,

one's wits.

(aWos,

foreign, strange.

-xpoos, ov, contr. ovv, of another colour, changeful of hue. WTos, 6, = foreign.

{ovpys) purple ^obe. and is, [], Ep. for purple-wrought, i. e. dyed with sea-purple, of a genuine see purple : in pi., purple robes. Adv. of in another way or manner, aor. 2 part, of [] otherwise in some other way ; re , want of the bath. From both othenvise and i. e. especially, above privat., unwashen. all. H. otherwise than.. differently: hence in Ep. ov, without a crest. good sense, better. 2. otherwise than as should ov, , copui., the partner of one's be : heedlessly, without purpose : without reason : also bed, a wife. in vain : for nothing, like Lat. gratis : hence Ep. for pres. imperat. of

has it another thither.

, .$, $$
€€,
:
,•

-, ,
.

) -,
g.
.

:

also to be sense-

in

of another

,

Adv. (aWos) only with aWos, e.

^\€, Horn, \\$ aWos one
elsewhither:

\\$,

'-, , (, ) -, 8, {$,
tribe,

land, corn-land.

the sea, a

ing

(,

.

.

,

,

=

sea.

,, {) , , ,, €5,
only, merely.

,

(ciAs) sea-water that has

a spring, leap, bound. dried : also the

-, (, -) ^) 5,^ , $ -5, ) -5, -5, -8, ') , , ', /.

-

hither

,

) ) -, -. -, -05,
sing.,
2. in

, () ;, € ,
,
:

ov, (a privat.,

unreviled:

ov, not reviling.

anything for smearing

also anointing-oil,

unguent

, ()

to trace furrows, to

[], dual
oKos,

aor. 2 part,

nom.

77, a poet, form of a furrow ploughed in

. ,
:

:

bog's

generally,

write,draw.

never used
:

a field

ploughed

the skin, a gash, wound. the sea-born : child of
Thetis.
pestle

name of Amphitrite and of

,

(,

for pound-

salt.

see

5, ,

,

.
SALT:

loveliest.

bitter, distasteful, like Lat.

'',
I
,

() 05, , ()
^

2. salt-water, brine.

.

", 05, ,
"2, 08,

,
77,
77,

(

(

,

ov, Sup.

of obsol.

sweetest,

Lat.

saltness.

grain or lump of salt;

ev,

salt, briny.
2.

fut.

aor.

: ,
6v,

salt, briny.

metaph.
:

amarus.
3 sing. Ep. impf. Ep.

poet,

:

aor.
:

1

^/^

:

— Pass.,

pf.

Ep. 2 and 3 sing. aor. 2 of (OS, TO, a place grown with trees and grass, a grove, esp. a sacred grove : also a glade. (s, (Uos) like a grove, woodland.

,, "^,,
-8, 05,
f.

77,

SAL, Engl. in sing, a in plur. salt as prepared for use. the sea.

.

to cudgel.

-$

-.—to thresh, thresh out:

ov,witb a lobe wanting, of the livers of victims.

^, , ()
salt.

, 05, , ()

{$,

()

good

at leaping, nimble.

be in trouble or dis-

., tress
:

also pf. pass,

,
,
troubled.

:

o^b —
as if

from a

pres.

,

(oXvktos

h)

threshing-floor.

an indissoluble
II.

bond or fetter. dXvKTOS, ov,

)

grieved.

not paining or distressing. without pain or grief, a-Xviros, ov, (a privat., II. act. not paining, causing no pain unpained. or grief, harmless. without the lyre, unov, (a privat.,
II.

. , () ) -5,
()
= aXvTOS,
ecus,

(a privat.,

a garden, orchard, vineyard, etc. Ep. for 3 sing. aor. Ep. for II.
of same verb.
ov, 6,

indissoluble.

aor. I inf.

of

$ . , , ], . , , ()
aa.bvv,
Dor.
poet, for Att.
II.

37
:

I. a any levelled plot of ground,

dXvfis,

,

ov,

an escaping, avoiding. not pained or (a privat.,
act.

)

, ,. €, .
2

subj. of 3 sing. aor. 2 opt.

(sub.

Ep. for

-5,

accompanied by
ecvs,

ful.

and impf.

, , , .: ,
Adv.

, -€5,
-5,
f.

it

,

hence mournful. : (Deriv. uncertain.) a chain, bond.
useless, unprofitable

)

€, 5) ()
,

.€, ,, = 5. 5,

, ,
:

[]

ov, part,

€8,

",

-Xttis.

strengthd. for

lengthd. form of

() {) ,—
:

fut.

and

, .
)

:

hence hurt-

vulpinari.

used only in pres.

:

aor. I

to flee from, shun, avoid, for sake. to be uneasy, have no rest.

,

and dog.
of men.
or

, €, ,
'',

aor. 2 inf. of

Att. contr. from Ion.

a foxskin.

ov, 6,

$, ,

f.

TO,

iSos,

() , () ()
Dim.

. ()
of
to

a husbandman, gardener, [a] aor. 2 inf. of

[a]

branded with a fox.
a fox's cub. play the fox, Lat.

,

,
or

a little fox. a mongrel between fox

II.

a fox-skin cap.

eKos,

,

a fox, Lat. vulpes
ace.

"AAilS,

ov, (a

privat.,

not to be loosed or

broken, indissoluble: continuous, ceaseless. a-\\j\vos, ov, without lamp or light.

used only in pres. and impf. the mind, to be ill :—to wander, ease, be troubled, distraught : to be at a loss, like at

: ';
(;,
more
in Horn.,

',

),
Att.
in Att.]

disk of the sun or
ov,

conquer.

,, ()
moon.
2.

:

,:
.

pi.

:—
gen.

threshing-floor.

:

,'
II.

:

metaph.

the

easy to take, catch, win, or

(5)
quest.

rarely to be beside oneself for joy.

3 sing. opt. to bring in, yield: to get, acquire : metaph. to incur envy. aor. 2 inf. of
aor. 2

oxen

, ,
:

€, , 6•-5,
as presents

ov,

.

^,

oxen

hence of maidens whose parents receive many from their suitors, much-courted.
ov, 6,

(^,

/Sous)

bringing in

: , , ",
[y

5,

— 05,

caught or conquered : to be acquired. aor. 2 subj. of Ep. for for but for I. Adv. at once, Lat. simul.
:

Prep.

men

barley-meal.

lenta: sing, only in phrase

elsewhere in plur.
or porridge

bread, one'ssubstance : a preparing of barley-meal. From a preparer of barley-meal. ,
.

" ,
:

-05, (,
6,
[t],

on barley-meal, or bread made of it.
3 sing. aor. 2 opt. of
ace. of

) , , , . ,, 7&'& $. ",() -05, () €) , , $ -, , (, . 5, , , .. , -€5, , , , ()
gain-seeking,

{^)

alv/ays in phrase avSpes
,

enterprizing

industrious

esp. applied to trading, sea-faring people.

a dealer in

. , (8. () €) -5,
c.

, ,. ,, ,, ,
,

of the mind, easy to apprehend. or belonging to capture or conquest. of a taking, capture, con€5,

.

()
,

II.

as law-term, detection, conviction.

fut.

,

,

oi

verb. Adj. of

to

be taken,

.

11.

dat. at the
for

same time
mostly

with, together with.

,. Dor.

6vos,

in plur. the

Amazons:

also

to be ignorant, stupid.

f's,
:

(a privat.,

stupid, dull

also coarse,

rude

:

untaught, unlearned^ also without knowlearnt,

TO, peeled or pearl-barley, Lat. po-

ledge of a thing.

II. pass, tiot

unknown.

barley-meal:

Hence

made of it.

barley-groats, and the cakes 2. metaph. one's daily

(5)
destroy.

065, 6iaaa,
=

,

want of knowledge, ignorance.

)$,
,
to

oev, contr.

ovv,

,

($)

sandy. sand, a sandy soil;

see

[-']

f.

to eat, live

level with

the sand, utterly
,

Adv. of

ignorantly;

n"

€(
»

to be ignorant.
resistible,

605, , {%) €5,«, Ep. \%^
ov,
6,

aor. 2 subj. oi

[]

,

ov, lengthd.

form of

^

ir-

used on a threshing-floor. a thresher, vine-dresser.

huge, enormous.
poet, for

(»)

properly to


38
soften
to bide, disguise.

-5,{) , (, ) 05, •€$, », &$,
ov, (a privat.,

, -,
:

hence

to crush, destroy, ruin,

-,

Lat. fener. or wain.

(ayw) a carriage, a wagon of the plough, Lat. currus. 3. Charles' wain in the heavens, the great bear. Hence 4. a carriage-road. Pass, to be traversed by wagons, to have wagon-roads through it. ecus, o, a wagoner.
Att.
2.

, ,
Att.
2.

a bundle of ears of corn, and a binder of sheaves.

,

/, =

weak, feeble.

) ,, . , () ,
3.

metaph.

6. -8,
$,

:

:

ov, (a privat.,

$)
sinful,

without witness,

unattested.

unsoftened.
sheaf.
ov,

,=

,

,=

,

hardened

in sin.

sparkling, twinkling,

soft, light,

,

the carriage

wagons.

tached or belonging to a

load a wagon, of stones. idos, Dim. of a plostellutn : a go-cart.
to

enough

wagon,

Snbst. d^wi^tTOs (sub.
4s,

-5, () {, -5, (, *, |$, , () $, . , , () -$, , (, () ), (, \$)
ov,
es,

^, 6$,
[t]

glancing, of objects in motion. \p, but in Ep. 0.] a sparkle, twinkle, quick motion. From only used in pres. and impf. to sparkle, twinkle, glance. Dor. for only used in Ep. part,

, '55,

(,

,
:

ov,

Root of wagon or carriage. fit for a wagon

))
traversed
:

by
at-

having no light : hence blind, sightless, dusky, gloomy. II. metaph. dim, uncertain. 2. obscure, unknown. (Deriv. uncertain.) Hence

-, ) ,, ,

$.

to

,
57,

large

make dark or dim mostly in Pass, dark or dim; also to come to nothing.
to

taph. to eclipse

little

wagon, Lat.
to

of or belonging

a
as

fill

-, (, -05,
a wagon.
6v,

traversed by wagons

:

with, tinconquerable.

a high-roadfor wagons. large enough to
or

carriages.

, ^. ', $. $, ) -$,
arcs,

*ۥ/) making wagons

6.

Dor. for

, a trench, conduit, water-course, , ov, =
ov, (a privat.,
fut.
:

'AMAPTA'Nfl,

aor. I

aor. 2

by metath. (with
Pass., aor.
l

inserted)

miss, miss the mark,
to fail

of doing, fail of one's purpose, be deprived of a thing, lose it.
err, sin.

wrong,

time, at once,

distraught.

,.. , , ()() ,. , ,.
:

c.

gen.

, , , - ,{, . ,:
[]
:

without battle, and one fights, unconquered of places, impregnaunconquerable, of persons 2. disinble. act. not having fought.
ov, (a privat.,

, . . ,
-55,

,

,

run together, run along with. Hence clashing ofwheels, a running together
dark, dim, faint, obscure.
1.

,
to

f.

:

aor. i

:

pf.

:

.

become

me-

:

to

Adv. of

-€05,

ov, poet, for

-.5,
so

Adv. of

ov, (a privat.,

Adv. of

) $, .
$,
=
:

$, 5.
whom no

weaken, impair. without resistance.
without fighting. not to be fought never having fought.

clined to fight.

'
:

L

with

)
:

.

.


:

:

contr.

impf.
1

Pass., aor.

unfading.
later

inf.

€,
:

-:

to

mow

also to

collect,

Ep.

-, -,
for

[generally,

gather in, as a reaper does corn, to Att.] Ep. at the beginning of words.
:

^
aor.
I

:

f.

pf.

:


:

aor.

i

to reap,

pf.

Ep.

:

pf.

to

hence

2.

generally,

.8, ,
:

Ion.

and Ep.

poet, for

go wrong :

.

to

and

to fail,

do

pf.

:

-$. -. (\s)
3 sing. aor. 2 opt.oi
for
f.

tion, miscarry.

Ep. aor. 2 o{ aor. 2 inf. of

[],
:

.:
aor.

or

Adv.

()

:
:

aor. I

to

have an abor-

Pass., fut.
:

:

pf.

together, at the

same

(\5)
hebetare
:

:

, (()
fut.

[/-]

a failure, error,

sin.

,

,

of

,

-voos, ov,

(€, $)

prone to fail or err. a failure, error, sin. erring in mind,

cia, v, bhmt, dtdled, with the edge or point taken off, Lat. hebes: metaph. didl, faint, feeble: Hence of persons, spiritless, sluggish. dulness : sluggishness. [],

&-6•5,

,=

speaking at random or
ov,

witness.

-5,

is,

(,
idly.

tnos) failing in words,

(a privat.,

)

or blind.

without

)

)

, -, -,

— '5, -5,

blunt,

dull,

take the edge

off,

Lat.

Pass, to becotne blunt or dull, lose the edge.

5, ,

ov,

Att.

-, (vs)

0$.

, and

dim-looking, dark, obscure. Adv., poet, for

bubbling up.

-, . ()
(vvos,

to be

dim-sighted

, , (\vs,

'-/8;',
like

(-

a prelude.

:

: .

:

., putting off work,
Ion.
-ios, a, ov,

ambrosia, the food of the gods.

6, -8, . €
or
enviable,
as Subst.

mortal, divine, of divine nature. II. of things belonging to the gods, ambrosial, divinely fair. Ep. for aor. 2 inf. of ov, (a privat., immortal, divine.
Ion. for
aor. I part, of ava-

,$) . . ,
lengthd. form of

, -

-$, -$, «, ,
for

-608, 6,

earth thrown up.

(,
lazy.

epyov) poet, for

()-,
im-

-, , (properly fern, of

€) €8, (^) (, 6$) €, , -€5,
yrj

—€€9.
ligent.

,
-€8,
for

is,

(a privat.,
pass,

careless, heedless, neg-

uncaredfor, unheeded. verb. Adj. of one must neglect. ov, like d/icAijs, not cared for:
II.

UTiworthy of care. poet, for

ov, (a privat.,

to be delayed.

€5, ($, , ('/) a €$. Adv.
of

to be careless.

,
Ep.
I

,)
ii.

heedlessness.

milking.
:

carelessly

-€5,

€, Dor. for $.
unhappy:

ov, (a privat.,

'/)

unenvied, un-

ov, (a privat., not to be blamed, blameless : of things, perfect Adv. -», so as to merit no blame. II. act. not blaming, find' ing no fault, well content.

-€'•5,

/£ )

not delayed: not

as a reproach, wretcbed,miserable

also horrible.

€$, -€8,

,

ov,

of amethyst.
or

4$, ,
:

ov, (a privat., /ie^uo;) not

against drunkenness

the precious stone, amethyst.

Ep. impf. fut. aor. i I. Act. to change, exchange; to exchange golden arms for brasen esp. of place, to change it, and so to pass, cross : like Lat. muto, either to quit a place, or to go to

€\/:

',
:

((
:

,: .
From

blame.

-^, €,

drunken. II. a remedy

,

,,
-,
f.
:

, (es)

is,

=

blamelessness, freedom from
inf.

-€05, , (a privat., $) faint, feeble
or sickly.

of

,

to satisfy.
:

i.

a kind of herb.

it.

II.

intrans. in part, ev

in exchange
other.

((5 ,
Med.
to

rafters that cross each

Ill,

change one with another,
2.

do
to.

in turn or alternately.

to

3. to repay, requite, avenge. 4. like Act. change, esp. of place, to pass either out or in

metaph.

-€8,

to surpass.

-€$,
harsh, cruel.

ov, (a privat. ./ictSacu) not smiling, gloomy

ov,

(a privat.,

assuaged.

of persons, abler, stronger, braver.

, (. ',
-€8,
ov,

= foreg. harsh, severe

ov, gen. ovos, irreg.

=

€|/£8,
€$,

to press or squeeze out : to sip, drink.

Adv. by

, ^,
6€,
:

^, ,,() '',
f.

,
to

Comp. oiajaOos,

€ $, ) . ) 5, <, () .
f.

€ €, : ,.^, . ',
Ep. aor. deaden the force of.
Dor. for
to
i

2.

Hence

€,

weakly

to

make weak,

aor.

pluck or pull, Lat. decerpere. Ep. /-: aor. i pass.
privat.,

(prob. from

=

5)

:

to deprive of

one's share, bereave one of: thing, lose it.

Pass, to be bereft of

a

to

answer, reply

unsootbed

:

relentless,

un-

aor, I med. o{ exchange : succession.

MILK, Lat.

metaph. to drain, exhaust.
never mind.

€€, -€5, -€•5, €. -65, MULGERE. -65,
better:

imperat. of
i],

^,
i

Hence

all

means, of course.
heedlessness, indifference.

^^,(•\%) , -€€5,
unprepared.
f.

want of practice or

: (^) —
:

ov, (a privat.,

aor.

to

be

,

€€)
Ep.

attention.

From

unpractised,
pf.

-:

careless,

heedless,

negli3.

-, -€8, -€8, -, - -€5,
III.

II.

ov, (a privat., free from care, unconcerned. 11. pzss. uncaredfor, unheeded. III. driving away care. Dor. for ov, privat., undivided. Dor. for €p6-oos. Dor. for 3 sing, and inf. aor. i of Dor. for or ov, (a privat., unchangeunchangeableness. able : TO ov, (a privat., immovable. ov, (a privat., not to be broken : unalterable. ov, (a privat,, unreII. act. not repenting, unchanging. pented of. = unreov, (a privat., II. act. unrepentant. pented of.

-€8,
($.
€5

-€5,

€-$,
-€€05,
€8,

(

()

€€,

€$.

(5.

as

ov, (a privat.,

suadable.

ov, (a privat.,

able.

ov, (a privat.,

Adv. (a

privat.,

out turning about.

ov, (a privat.,

gent.

2. to neglect,

have no care for, slight.

terable.

to overlook,

do

and so

to let, suffer.

4. to neglect to

-€€8,

ov, (a privat.,

Pass, to be neglected, slighted, overlooked.

able.

) €) ^) ) ) ) )
€(€)

unper-

^-)

unchange-

€(<)

unalterable.

with-

vnol'

unalter-


for

immense, Lat. immensus: unnumbered, exbaustless. ov, of an immeasurable
life.

-€5, , ( (€$. €-5, (€, $)
privat.,
4s,

(£$, Dor.

words, unbridled of tongue.
ov,

excess.

ov, (a privat., without measure, immense, boundless, incessant. 2. immoderate. Adv. oi infinitely.
ov,

trivium, where three paths cross. Aeol. for aor.
: :

*AMH, ,
pail,

, -, -, )) , . ) . $, ) -, ^, , -5, --65, , ), ^, -.
ptirity.
2.

)
eiros)

€€ —&€9. -5,
immeasurable,

,
:

ov, (a privat.,

Ion.

-, ,

($)

)

inimitable.

a being unmixed,
i.

want of

-nriros, ov,

(,

intercourse, unsociableness.

irmos) along with horses,
2.

e.

(€$, , (($,

fleet as

a horse.

, infantry mixed

immoderate in
drinking

with cavalry.

'AMI'5,

idos,

17,

a chamber-pot.

to

«,

(

privat.,

without hatred, not

-€5, -€5,

hateful

Comp.

-5,

Adv. of

without reward.
not

ov, (a privat., /xta^os) without ov, (a privat.,

pay or reward.
let

{^,

out on

vopos)
I

=

Lat.

hire, not leased.

med.

inf.

€-

ol,

(a privat.,

wear-

to surpass, excel, conquer.

ing no girdle with their coat of mail. €v, lengthd. form of

-065, «,

of way, somehow or other, [a] Hebr. Adv. verily, of a truth
as a Subst.

, , 6$

"AMHS,
cuts

, , -5,$, )

a shovel or mattock. 2. a water-bucket, Lat. hama. 3. a harrow, rake. Att. Adv., properly for dat. fern, = Tis, in a certaifi way : in some

, -,
:

-, ~,
tie:

inaccessible, inhospitable.

, ,
,
:

,

poet, for

see

under
I.

aros,

-. , ()
for

For words omitted under

anything tied or made to
a ncose, halter.
3.

so be

it

:

also

cord, band.

certainty.

ov,

(

privat,,

not wrathful.

,

a kind of milk cake.
I

5, {)
impf.
to be at

$, , ()

aor.

med.

part, oi

reaper

.

:

metaph. one who

down, a destroyer, []
a reaping, harvesting : also hara harvest or crop. privat., without mother, l\. unlike a mother.

vest, harvest-tiyne.

motherless.
vos)

distress.

ov, (a privat., or resource, helpless. IL

impracticable, irresistible
as

, ) ,. ) ,
(, —
-5,
:

-,/)5,,7, (
a
Ion.

.

)
fut.

, 8. -. -€, -€, . ^, .. , -^. -,
Aeol. and Ep. for
poet, for

a knot.

2.

€9, Aeol. and Ep.
poet, for

€5.

Aeol. for

Aeol. and Ep. for

-.

loss or in

want.

Hence

(-

((,

kind of snake.

-, ,

want of means,

helplessness,

-5,
-5, -€05.
if

II.

hardship, trouble.

without means

in a thing

,

-, , ,
fut.

9, €€. '^. ^, ^,
Adv. poet,
Ep. aor.
for
I part,

and

aor.

I

of Dor. for o{

,

($, 5)

Ion.

ov, poet, for

:

ill fortune. without lot or share absol. unfortunate, wihappy.

-, ,

() -,
Ammon,

.
'$,
e.

sand-burrower, a

more

freq. in pass, sense,

:

also inexplicable.

Ep. 3

pi.

and

part, pres.,

from

ov, (a privat., unmixed, pure. not mingling with others, unsociable, savage. not to be mingled, irreconcilable: Adv.

Sup.

generally, a struggle, conflict,
fut.
:

",
pass,
life.

and

pete, vie, or

contend with one, Lat. aemulari. II. generally, to strive, struggle, exert oneself. Hence verb. Adj. one must compete.

. , , () , ()
Dor. for

ov,

( privat.,

undefiled, pure.

-(08.

-)
aor.

.
III.

$,, contest for superiority, rivalry; -€\•5,
[a]
l

$. 5, , ,
to

Hence med.
:

:

pf.

Dep.

:

com-

pass over.

$, -05, ($, ')
ov,

,

a

contest, conflict.

,,, , .) , , , : : , ) -,
or
race-course.

"AMMOS

-5, ($, ) -5, ($,
See
ov,
fs,

$, , $.
for

sand: also a sandy place,

growing

in sand.

tihos) sandy.

ahos, or

or belonging to Jupiter

[], Dor.
ov,

($) of a lamb.

Dor. for

() -,
,
i.

of

African.

fem. of

$,

a ewe-lamb.

ov, (a privat.,

unmento

tioned, unheeded.
f.

aor.
:

I

be
of,

be unmifidful

to

make no mention

rj,forgetfulness.

From

ov,

gen. ovos,

(a privat.,

un-

mindful, forgetful.
tioned.

2. pzss. forgotten,

a competitor,

rival.

inimitable in

-€5, ,

(a privat.,

one's

not sought in marriage.

()

not men-

unwooed,

longer remembered.

caught.

, ) , , . , ,
: :

($)

to be

unmindful,

Pass, to be forgot/en.

-8,
$,
e.

fj,forgetfulness
ov, (a privat.,

:

an amnesty.

4 ., ,

to

:

41

forget

as

From

forgotten, no

auoTOS, ov, insatiate, r avening, savage : neut.a/iOToi/, Adv. insatiably, incessantly. (Deriv, uncertain). Adv. of 6$, somewhere. Att. 17, want of harmony : rudeness, grossness,

boorishness.

poet. fut. of

-, .
i^os,

TO, a bowl in which the blood of victims (Deriv. uncertain.)

,—

ovvtos, 6,

{05,

.

)

sheep-minded,

simple.

apva, apves,

-5 ,
*AMNO'5,

and

,

etc., as if

a lamb : declined apvos, from a nom. *ops.

, 5,) -5, $) ,
ov, (a privat.,

was

without the Muses, without taste for the arts, unpolished, rude, boorish of things, coarse, vulgar, gross. Adv. of without toil or trouble.

-5,
-$,

From

)

oj/,

(a privat.,

= sq.

Adv.

-$.
be

ov, (a
II.

privat.,

without

toil or

trouble.

wearied, untiring.
or other.

-5, €,

,
.
or

Att.

Adv.

£$, .$,

. , $.
ov,
(a,

should be Adv. without

-65.

found

-,many

toil or effort.

privat.,

^)

From
toil,

without

un-

written

-,,
for

Adv.

($) from

some place

-, -, -665, -€5, ^. 6€5, -5,
poet, abbrev. for

not weary.

under which words beginning with
i.

will

Adv.

(^)
Adv.
:

somewhere. somewhither.
(a/xos)

a, ov,

ing, alternate

another.

$, $ () ,
Adv.
-ws, in requital.

a change. a recompence, return : hence , repayment, atonement : revenge. 2. an answer.
II.

as Adj. in requital or in

thing, bereft of

the milking time, i.e. morning 6, and evening twilight; the four hours either before daybreak or after sunset, and so generally night-time.

stitute of.

unshapely, unseemly

$.

Poets for 6$. an old form for but only used in the Adv. forms
in Att.

$ ", -, ) $. () () ,. , -, , ) , , (5^ 5, .- €, €, () , -€ , ) € . ^, , ) (9 , 8, , -. -, , , ) , -. ,
of verses, amoebaean, answering one II. giving lilicfor like, retributive

ov, also

() ()
,
or a, ov,
pecul. fern, of

=

by turns, Lat. alternatim.

kind of
clad.

interchang-

— €-€05,
of vines.

abas,

,

, /., , , () , ) -,
e.

'•€5,
bird.

5, ,

Ep. aor. I part, of vtKayos.
poet, for

,

should be

etc.

ov, also

,

ov, (a^ireXos)

a vineyard. of the vine.
II.

TO,

Dim. of

$, , = foreg., a
cffca, cv,
6v,

vine-plant.

a

rich in vines, vine•

,

(^,
,

= coniT.

/€;08,
vitis.

q. v.

an intermixture

;

a cloak /or

•€€, , (($, €-05,
17,

a vine, Lat.

to dress or

prune

vines.

From

epyov) a vinedresser.

change, exchange, barter.
alternately.

opos,

((\5,

producer of

Adv.

the vine, a

name

,

a successor, follower. exchange for.

II.

5, , ((8) a vineyard.
in

of Bacchus.

Ep. for avanenaXaiv, redupl. aor. 2

-$,

to

have no share in a thing.

From

part, of

ov, (a privat.,
it.

without share in a

€($,

Adv. only found

compd.

-(5,

€5,;5,, (/67;) a milk-pail, Lat. mulctra.

, ov,

(^) (^)

II.

absol. unfortunate.

resolved, as,

of milk,

made with

milk.

'•€,
:
:

'

for

5e.

poet. aor.

imper. and part,

of

,

and

aflne upper garment. Ep. impf.
:

:

fut.

-8,
-5,
or

ov, (a privat.,

blameless.

— Med.
:

aor. 2

inf.

part,
:

and
:

impf.

ov, 0,

$,
17,

a follower, attendant. From ov, made offine flax. , fine flax from the isle of Amorgos.
without share
of,
II.

fut.

part.

:

(,

')

aor.

2

cover, Lat. cingere.

II. to

to surround, put round or over,
:

ov, (a privat.,

de-

Lat. circumdare.
for

absol. unlucky, wretched.

(€.
See

-5,
Att.

From /// shape, deformity. ov,(a privat., shapeless, misshapen,
:

$,
08,

05, , of, Aeol. and Ep. for $,

Comp.

(($.($,
efs,

05,

£$,

Dor. for

^$,

as,

when.

, .() . ,,, ,
aor. 2 inf. of

for

=

to

put on, Lat. circum-

induor.

v.

sub

and so =

Tts,

aor. 2 inf. of

otos, to,
ov,

(()

an

error, offence.

sinful,

loaded wilb

guilt.

1

,, . , \. , ,,: , ,6, . ' , . , , , .. : , .: -, : $ ,
42


:

,=

6, =

^. ',
:

,

, ()
,=
off,

able to defend or avenge.

opos,

a helper: an avenger.
fut.

fut.

:

pf.

aor. 2

:— Pass.,

pf.

:— like

-€,

to miss, fail, fall short of, c. gen.
etc.,

poet, for

-.

:

[], Ep. impf. Ep. aor. I
keep

:

poet. aor. 2
:

to

ward

Ion.
II.
:

off,

Lat. defendo

to de-

fend, fight for, aid: rarely

to requite, repay.

3 sing.

Ep. aor.

2

imper. of

Med.

to keep or

Ep. aor. I pass, of 3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 pass, of
for

self.

offfrom oneself to defend one2. to avenge oneself on another, requite, re-

ward

pay, punish.

65,

|5,

.

aor.

pass,

{): —

'551,,
ecus,

()
II.

a tearing, scratching.
Ep. impf.
fut.

to

aor. I

^: —
Att.

:

to tear, scratch,

wound:

bind the hair with a band

horse's bridle.

of a horse's bridle or frontlet. a band or fillet for or , vkos, the binding the hair, a head-band, snood. HI. anybead-band of horses : also a bridle. thing rounded, a wheel, , gen. 6<ws Ion. los, shortened from avaa being drunk up : of the sea, the
ov,

05, () , 5, $ ()
Hence

5, , —
,

{)
:

generally, to bind, wreathe.

tear in pieces.

a band, fillet: also a

(5

metaph., thou wilt lacerate thy heart with rage, [] privat., Adv. properly without closing the mouth, i. e. at one draught. Hence f. pf. to drink deep,

-,

|,
-5,

(

)

-

to

:

:

tipple.

From
io$
II.

ebb-tide.

scar.

, ', 5, ,
,

drink.

and iSos, , a long draught of a large cup, used by the Thracians.

contr.

arcs, to,

05, , 5,
:

time

dark, dim, akin to faint, indistinct. Adv. -Spats alsoneut.a/xu5/)ovasAdv. uninitiated, profane. ov, (a privat.,

'5,
:

Adv.

{) {) ,
ov,

,

-, , an

the almond-tree.

-, -^, -^)
warmly.

\•],,=-^8.

Hence almond, of almonds. a tearing, rending
a tearing, mangling.

[]

:

a

-^)
as

-, -,

=

of Time, together, at the same

oftener of Place, together.

,

,

-5, -5,

inexpressible.

-5,

or bellowing

Laconian

a cake offine meal, so called from the meal not being ground at a common
privat.,
mill.

-5, , (

,
, , €,
its

)
:

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

without lowing of places, where no herds low. to speak in the dialect of Amyclae (a

) )
inf.

6$,

.'^ - -, , .
old and poet, abbrev. for
;

only used in pres. and impf. to embrace with love, treat kindly, greet

-

cf.

-.

(,

=

From

, ,
:

Ep. aor.

to collect

. ($)
=

2 med. around: Med. to gather around. and poet,

:

(,

{-'.

, ov,

public,

known:

Adv. publicly, openly, Lat. palam. Adv. publicly, openly, without disguise.
public, notorious.

not to be told,

-09, , , (•)
poet, for

all sides, flutter or float arojtnd.

-, -, -, (, ')
$, -,
€€,
Pass,

city).

excellent.

&€, . ^, ,
on
too

-,[\
guard.

, ,
2 sing.

)

Dor. for
poet, for
f.

ov, gen. ovos, (o privat.,

$)

blameless,

3 sing, and

poet. aor. 2 of

poet. aor. 2
aor. I act.

med. oi and med. inf. of

ov, 6,

masc. pr. n. used as Adj.

, () 05,
€.
verb. Adj. of
rjpos,

aor. I imper. of

,

. , {)
. one must
fit for

one must assist; so
repel.

. -, -, (, ) () . -, ,,
,
poet, for
fear,

. -,
about.
to

speechlessness

a defender.

ov,

defending, defensive; defensive armour.

.

ptov, TO, as Subst.

a means of defence.

. . , ., of

^^.

part, of

€, -€05, ,
3

,, ,
from

-, , (, -,
Adv. poet,
for

.-. . ,)
to fut. inf.

rush on from

of

to rattle or

ring

only used in pres. and
(with

amazement, or

-

\..,==-inserted),

rage.

Ep. for

pres.

med.

inf.

and Med.

touch all round, feel on all sides : to fondle : to handle. pres. Ep. for
pi.

Ep. impf. med. of

aor. 2

med. of
f.

-6,

poet, for

Att.

-,

^-, ,

coiled round.

poet, for

to

wrap, fold, or twine round.


:

:

:

II. metaph. that will cut of lightning, /or^^if. both ways, false or ambiguous. 3 sing. aor. 2 of covered all round, es,

close-covered.

sides.

; -$, ) ) . . , () ', ^, - , () . . $, -, , ) .. -5, ) ^ , -5, , )(. -8, '^ -, ) ) ) -,
-, -. -6€, , {, () -,, — (,
poet, for
f.

/.
round:
ment.
3,

:

48
2.

I.

a large fishing-net.

a gar-

to

cover around.

a fetter, bond.
ov,

aor. 2
:

or

Dep.

-(,

come round
2

one, surround.

ov,

(,

put or thrown round. noised abroad, far-

poet, for

famed.
sides.

Ep. 3
for

pi. aor.

of

ly,

the state

of being attacked on both

3

pi.

pf.

of

II.

uncertainty, doubt.

From

poet, for

€'/.
o(

ov,

TO

a garment.

thrown round: hence, II. struck, attacked on

aor. 2 of

both or all sides.
double-pointed.

2. act.

striking with both ends,

[5], aor. I pass.

-5, {,
fs, (s,

3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 pass, of two-edged, double-biting

ov,

(,

III.

ambiguous, doubtful.

double-minded,

:

doubting.

,

ov,

also os,

ov,

-€5, {,
(,
ov,
2.
c.

covering the whole man, of a large shield, ov, thoroughly soaked.

(,

having oars on both

2.

{*-) fitted

ox joined on all sides, wellsculls,

aor. I

fitted.

-$, , , (, () -5,
Hence

sides, disputed.

on both
it.

,
DAT.
at, by,

worked by
equal

of a boat.

Aeol. for to be doubtful about a thing, not to know or understand it Pass, to be
:

cotitested

on both
signf.

unknown.

iti

the contest.
:

Praep.

gen., dat., et ace.

— Radic.

sides,

the sake

around. of a thing
:

I. c. gen. about, for, for feet, the lame one, about, concerning a thing, of ov,

2. rarely I.

of Place, about, around.

II.

on both sides:
in

of Place, about, around, round about: 2. not of Place, about, for, on account of, for the sake of: regarding, concernIII. c. acc, of Place, ^^g• 3• by means of. about, around, on, at : near about mostly with motion implied. IV. without case, as Adv.
c.

near, with.

-, -, -,
all sides
:

--<, -€, — (•. — (, '/ (, yo) *-€8, , (, name -5, — (, Homer
to rejoice

ov,

(, (,

)

impf.

Pass., aor. I part.

-,
all

) -^
:

round the altar. around or exceedingly.
f.

:

:

:

ov,

bewailed all round.

yvios) he that halts in both of Vulcan.

in

yviov) properly having limbs of a spezr, double-pointed

Sophocles of men, well-practised.
to

light

plqpf.
f.

-€€,
to

up around:
to

about, around,

round about, on all sides. Compos, about, on all sides, on both sides.

sea on both sides, between two seas, Lat. bimaris.
to

-,

V. In

-, )

fly

to go about hence to guard, protect. II. to surround, encompass, ivrap round. f. pf. Med., Ion. fut. aor. 2 inf. to throw or put round, esp. of clothes, etc., to put them on a person, Lat. circumdare Med, to put on oneself, put on, Lat. accingi. 2. esp. to throw one's arms round, embrace : also to grasp. 3, to surround, encompass : but also to strike on all sides. II. intr. to go to another place ; so also in Med.
f.
:

or around.

-, about shrieking,

(, (,
ov,

-38,-^^^, (, -, (, -€, , (, )
ov,

mournful.
(la, v,

)
bound

intrans.

in

pf.

burn around. bite all rotmd. causing tears on

a.\s) sea-girt, esp.

having the
:

around, bracelets^

sound on

in irreg. pf. part.
pf.

-, -^
:

2. to bestride:

:

:

-$, .
all sides
:

to


:

pf. and plqpf. oi two right hands, very dextrous, Lat, ambidexter. 2. ambiguous, Lat. anceps: twosometimes simply like edged. 3,

^, -,
-€05,

haavs) fringed all round. anything that is bound

-€€,
ov, with

atiklets.

.

about one.

-^, -,
both hands.
pf.

($,

compassing.

, , &,

round, an enclosure.

. ,, ()

hence

, ()
aor. 2 part, of
),

,

«us,

,

-. ()
II.

-, (, ) (, ) -, ^, -€, -€, , -,
ov, ov,
to

Dep.

to

look round

all

round.

disputed, doubtful.

water around.

From

going round, en-

, ,

something thrown a garment. anything thrown

quite flayed.

-5,/, (, (, -5, (,
ov, ov,

, -,

f.

/», to wind or roll a thing all round
f.

in pf, pass,

€,

to befitted close,

f,

wait for. to whirl round, agitate violently.
to lie in

to he doubtful:

) )

Pass, to be disputed.
sense, doubtful.

grasped.

)

of double

skinned all round,
as large as can be


44

:

encompassing.

,-, ,(, ,-,

(S,
f.

(-$, , (, ()
[],
6v,

, () , -, , ,-' , €) -(, -( ', .
sides.

-,
on
to
:

-5, (, -5, ,,{<,
oneself.

. ) )
to to
:

Lbpoo—
rtmning round:

^. -^,
upon

tearing both cheeks.
torn on both sides.

double-headed.
all

, ($, -,
used as Pass, of

to lie close

-«,
:

to lean on.
f.

(,
Ep.

to

shear or clip all round.
ov,

approachable on both

-,
round,

put round or on:

— Med.
:

to ptit

turned round and
or

-8, -,
[]

ov,

gen. ovos,
ov,

-^,
:
:

f.

round, circling, revolving. fem. Adj. rowed on both sides

ov,

thick-haired

of

swaying

-€,
aor. I

and fro,
f.

,
:

rocking.

From

ov,

(, (, , (, (,
ov,
to

flooded around. tend on all sides or carefully. with hair all round,

trees, thick-leafed.

) ) )
=

(,

)

(, €')
with pillars

broken all round.

wind round.
fut.

and

Ep.

.

round,

to

put garments on a person, Lat. induere
aor. I

(: (,
to tend, protect.

oneself in.

, -(,
Med.

Pass, to be clothed in, to wear, esp. in pf.

imperat.
poet, also

to be busy about, take care of: to
III.

round.

thing, settle

, . (, ) -,
:

sides.

sea-girt

flourishing, rich.

to be infidl bloom.
f.

thoroughly.

amphitheatre.

on both ends, or with handles on both sides. f. to run round about.

, ,) - , ) -, -5, $, , -, , -, -, ) -, -, () , -, -,
:

enw)

:

8, (, $, ) €, - $, , (, ) -€5,
:

Att.
I

Pass., aor.
:

-€$,

Pass, declined like

) \$.(,
:

hover or flutter round. Hence (S, hanging round one : hanging round
to

poet,

to

put


II.

the shoulder.

ov,

with

clifl^s

all

round.

3

pi.

ov. Ion.

for

surrounding

to

put on
aor. 2

oneself, dress

the head.

and
II.

round or near.

to

go

about, encompass.

, '-65, , ,
Hence
II.
17,

they that dwell

do honour to : esp. Med. to follow and crowd
pi.

composed of deputies chosen by
Greece.

Amphictyons, a Council all the states of the presidents of the Pythian games.
the the

Hence

Ep. 3
to

aor.

I

of

, , of ox for the Amphictyons
:

A mphictyonic League or Council.
or

sit

around or on a

their

League.

-|€5, , {,
:

upon

it,

as dust does,

[a]

8, , fem. of
city

I.

joined from both

Att. -rros, ov,

(.

near the
f s,

sea.

Amphictyonic League. II. a name of Artemis at Anthela, the meeting-place of the Amphictyonic Council. f. [t], to roll about or upon.
(sub.

voXis),

a

or

state

in

the

blooming on both sides

:

hence

From

always with

pf.

to

bloom

all

round,

-8,
II.

-€5,
ov,
(s,
f.

,

(, KvveWov) Homer €$. (, () (,
ov,
in

a double cup : cf. [] \a\os) chattering everywhere. far-spreading : hence
dig or hoe round. to speak on both

to

warm

on all

sides,

warm

generally wide, large, vast: also excessive, violent.

TO,

{,

a double theatre,

-€,

,

to

sides, dispute.

€5,

Hence

-, €,
-5,
is,

ov,

of a cup, that will stand

ov,

discussed

on

all

hands,

doubt-

ful.

act. disputifig, captious.

sides,

congealed, of blood.
ov,

on both sides
shroud.

(, '/) -605, (, -$, (, ,
ov,

— sq.

two-edged.

ov,

-, ,

shelter, to envelope in.
:

cleave asunder.

-

) )

sharpened on both
clotted around,

doubtful.

:

as Subst.
f.

,
to

with a door or opening

II.

to

pit

a

a hall. cover all round, enfold, thing round as a veil or
part.

*-, ,
ing-twilight,

-5,, .(, '/) -5,, (, 5) , (, ,
dispute, doiibt.
ov,

From

disputed, questionable,

act. disputatious, contentious.

ov,

encompassing the neck.
Lat. /7/;) the

Ep. aor.

I

($

shoulders, two-sleeved.
ov,

:

to

hands, [a]

,

gray of morning, []
rub
all

-5,
-65,

to tvipe or

(, ) (,
ov,

Dor. for contended for, contested on both

) -.
round.

morn-

pres. of Ep. aor.

I

-

covering both

From

:

round

darkness.

-, €
belloto
contest, eagerly

-$, €«, -€^,,, (, -€8,
I. to attack.

&-<,

f,

pf. act.


:

Dep.

:

fight
[a]

(,

aiva, av, black all round,

3 sing.

Pass, to he completely parted.

by different mothers.
pf. act.

-. )
of
:

i. to fight for.

provide for.

wrapt in

Lat. bifrons.

-5,
,

. ) -,
:


to bestow

:

45
labour about, attend
to,

brothers or sisters
to

Dep.

:

habit.

polishing all round.

pay heed

round

or in every direction.

die all around,

eagerly.

sides, intertwining.

, .{) 5, , ^, , . -, -, -, -€, -, )
-^, -€-, {, )
to chirp or twitter all
irepi,

-€<, -€(,
about.
to

-€'•€,

-, -, -•€€5,
f.

-, , -€, {) -€., -8, (, ) --, , -, (5, ) -($5, {, )

, ,
f.
f.

-€5, {, -€$, -€, (,
is,

around, properly of cattle the floor echoed all around.
wooed.
ov,

;

SaireSov

vukos) made an object of
vcifcew)

^

Med.

to

dwell round

.
about,

^- -5, , )
low or
fire all round.

) -, ) , ) -5, -,
Dep.
ov,

(,

to fiy or fiu iter

around.
double-faced,

f. ^o;, to clasp around. Hence a clasping round, embrace. ov, with two entrances. ov, surrounded byfire, with

(, (,

ov, poet, for

in-

',

to think both ways, doubt.

fiowed around, sea-girt. as Adv. i. on or at both sides : hence 2. apart, asunder; yaiav ovpavov (Xfiv to keep heaven and earth asunder. 3. generally, around, round about. II. more rarely as Prep. c. gen. around: apart from, far from. 2.
rarely c. dat. like

'2,

-5,
its

ov,

(,

$
ace.

to

smooth or polish all round.
ovv,

round about.

3.

c.

ov,

contr.

about, around,
at sea.

when

it

always follows

case.

ov,

reechoing.

to strike

on or from

all sides.

ov,

surrojtnded by a plain. Dep. to be all round, hover around. Dep. to be busied about, take care of,
ojv,

to.

the dwellers

Adv.

(,

^)

round about.

twined

dispute, differ, argue: put round as a crown. Hence to keep turning round about pute.

-. - ), € €
Pass, to toss about,
like a ship

pent, that can

-,
:

$,

,

a kind of ser-

go
:

both ways, forward or backward.
Ion. for

.

impf.
:

or with double

augm.

:

so, aor. i

Pass., fut.

med.
to

in pass, sense

aor. l

or

aor. 2 of

:

stand apart, and so to

(~

:

(,
or

Pass, to be the subject

of dis-

arcs,
ea;s,

,

a point in dispute.

And

= -€8, -. (,
f.

-',

,, ,
[v]
f.

round. to decay or

ov, debatable, doubtful.

,

a dispute, con-

troversy,

ground

aor. 2 part, of

or occasion of dispute or debate. ov, disputed, debatable.

to press all

to fall

round. around, embrace

v.

to fold

about another

:

— Med.

to fold

round

ing on

-5,
all sides.

both sides, double-biting.

busied about, take charge of: of slaves, to serve, to minister to.

) ) -, £, ($)
ov,
ov,
fjyos,

twisted on both

round

(, , (,
?;,

beating or dashstriking with
be

a crown.

with the
:

to

be

an attendant

:

around

pressing a city on all sides. 2. as fern. Subst. a city between two seas or rivers. ov, properly being about, busied about : generally as fern. Subst, a handmaid, waiting-woman : masc. an attendant, folas lower. II. as Adj. much frequented. Dep. with aor. I pass.
city,

<, \(. -5, -, -^5, (, )
=
poet,

or opening

Dep.

) -, , -5, (, ) -,
Pass,

oneself, deck oneself in.

(, €$)

Pass,

-€5, (,
like
(S,

a crown,

placed round

to place roujid

intr. act, tenses, aor. 2

,
to
pf.

stand
like

:

to

stand around.
ov,

,

",

(,, \$)

turning all ways.

-(,

€'

:

) -, ). €8, -, -(. -, -.. -, -^,
:

with double mouth

double.

(,

3

(s,

(,

:

pi.

Ep. impf

to beleaguer, besiege.

twisting round,

aor.

I

pass. part.

o(

Ion. for

=

€68,

to trouble all

aor.

i

pass. part,

round. of

to stretch out

and throw round.


46
«,


(,,

:

:


also

walls.

intercept.

aor.

round,

, , -, -,) , , ,(, -€, -$, (, -, - {.: : -5, €,(, -(5, €,
— 'ANA'.
encompassing the
Ion.
to

cut off all round, to
aor. I
:

,
-5,

both of two, Lat.

,

: (same Root as oPoXos) a double spit.

MBO

, , . Gen. and Dat.

.)

cs,

ovs) two-eared, two-handled.

two-edged. well-rounded. -Topvos, ov, to tremble all over. to run round, surround,

-, ) -, -5, ) -(, -,
2
:

imperat.
aor.

:

I

pass,

i5os,

to

put

or,

= foreg.,
(a

,

to

put on

:

Med.

to

put on

oneself.

f.

^, to shake around.
around.

ov,

{, (,

to tivitter

blameless.

cutting on both sides,

,
,

for

ovs) a two-handled pail. two-eared, two-handled. 3 pi. pres. opt. of
privat.,

ov,

-8,

, amomum,
ov,

Adv.

-$,

blamelessly.

. ()
spice.

unblamed,

an Indian

(a

privat.,

$)
in

without blame,

blameless.
Att.
esp. in

bored through, with double entrance.
f.

tremble all round.

Ep. 3 sing. aor. 2 pass, Pass, to be to pour or shed around pf. poured around : to embrace. f. », to dance around. gilded all over. ov, aor. i pass. part, of poured around, heaped ov,
\y]
:
'.

€ -, )-. -, () ^, , -, -,
gen.

a Ep. ]0%, , large Jar or pitcher with two handles. Med. to consider on all sides. to yawn round, aor. 2 threaten to swallow : to yawn wide.

-, -, -8, -5, -^, -, -{[,
is,
f.

-, -5,

rJTOs, 6,

ov, with

{, , (, {, {, (, %
ov,

,=

Pass,

) ) . ))
Root of
to shine

$. *
all

)
round.

compd.

$, -'(-$,

Adv. from the absol.

6$ = !,

a

certain

"AN, a conditional particle, used like Lyr. particle Ke, k€v.

manner. the Ep. and

to tremble for.

around.

round; see
visible all
to

fear or

(,
:

-, -« -,
ov,

)

;

:

aor. i

— —

Pass, aor. i
:

(,

up around.

streets

656$) part of a town with a quarter of a town, Lat. vicus. odos) a road round, a street. 17, (3, , shortened form of ajar, also a cinerary urn: as liquid measure, = i-| Roman amphorae, or nearly 9 gallons. in both ways, Lat. as Adv.
TO,
it,

(, -5, (, -£$,
round

lame

in both feet.

A. WITH iNDiCAT. av makes an assertion, instead of being positive, dependent on circumstances hence av cannot be joined with pres. or perf, because that which is, or has been, cannot be made so dependent. I. WITH iKDic. with fut. (only in Ep. poets) av expresses that which certainly will happen, if something with imperf. av expresses the else happens first frequent repetition of an act under certain circumstances, what would always happen ; ekeyev av he would say (whenever he had an opportunity) ; he would keep on weeping with aorists av expresses what would have happened on a particular occasion ; elnev av he would have said. II. with OPTAT, it turns the wish, which the mood expresses when alone, into a conditional assertion. III. WITH suBjuNCT. av belongs rather to the particle on which the verb depends, than to the verb itself. IV. WITH iNFiNrT. av is used in cases where the indie, or optat. would be joined with it. av never begins a sentence, and regularly follows the word whose signf. it limits, as av but when words dependent on the verb precede it in the sentence, av may follow any of them, because, in sense, = they follow the verb, as
: :

(

:

«-

-^,
:

,
or

(

:

-^),

(($)
Hence

, Conj.= , ,
-,
'ANA',

lai/,

with subjunctive,
for

shortd. Ep. form of

shortened from

, .

[] []
(like tvi for

eveaTi), he stood up, arose.

utrinque.

€$,

towards both

utraque parte

I

, , ,. .
on both
sides, Lat. utrinque
;

a, ov,

()

Lat. uterque, both
iir'

'
ex

sometimes
Prep.

for

privat. before a vowel.

(€, ($, €€, -.
:

sides.

Adv. from or on both
both ends.

sides, Lat.

from

Adv. on both sides. Adv. in both ways. And Adv. to or on both sides. Adv. ov^s)from the ground.

($,

poet, for

3 sing. aor.

-,
opt. of

poet,

ace, used also in forms ay-, in general signf. opp. to I. c. GEN. on board; on board ship. II. III. c, Acc. the common c. DAT. on, upon. usage, implying motion upwards, i. of Place, up: throughout. 2. of Time, throughout. 3. in numbers, up to. 4. taken distributively, e. g. day by day for v. sub IV. as Adv. thereon, thereupon : throughV. in compos, up to, towards, up, out, all over. hence with a sense of strengthening. opp. to Also back, backwards = Lit. re-, retro-, [ava]
c. gen., dat. et

-,

-

:

$
:

.

.

,

:

being up on high, aloft; opp. to

flight

med.

ship-board, put to sea.

Causal, to

make

ed : so also
chic frenzy.

toss up.

one's voice, to
to to

ing.

central Asia, like that of the
the

a mountain, etc.

who

be

,,.-, -- -€, , ,, -, -, ^.', -, ,
is

. (), ^, ,, . ) , () , () -. ( € : -, , -) , , . -, ) -, -, , ^ . -, () , , () , , -, - -, ^. , -, . -, () . -, , , ,, , , () -, . -,
:

— —

, ,

6.va

47

for

vocat. of

,

up! arise!

iws,

17,

a seeing again, re-

avdJ3a, Att. for

king, only addressed to gods. aor. 2 imperat. of

covery of sight.

Adv.

going• up,

mounting:
[/8]

boiling up

,

means of going

up, a

f.

— with sudden Adv. («, , (?0<) a putting delay. — gush forth;
poet,

shortd.

bursts.

\
:

off,

aor. i

to

of steps,

, (,
I.

stair.

to

gush out with
to
:

oil.

a ladder.

aor. 2

go up

or back.

f.

:

aor. 2

;

also aor.
:

Ep. 3 sing,

pf.

I

fut.

aor.
:

(for

i

Ion. inf.

to cry or shout aloud,
II.

:

intrans. to

go

up, mount, to
in aor.
I

go on
ship,

utter

a loud cry

to cry out

something.

to

II.

call on.

make

to

-€,

mount:


f.

to

go

Pass., aor.

pf. part.

, (,
:

($.€$,
to
i

up,

make

go on board

poet,

-,

Adv.

bubbling

part.

mount-

up.

II.

/ios) to

rouse to Bac-

thrown up, of earth.
is

2. intr. to

break into Bacchic frenzy.

=

f.

pf.

II. to

put back, put off:

— — Med.
:

to

throw or

to lift

up

poet, that which , thrown up, a mound of earth. 2. that which is thrown around one, a cloak. II. a lifting up of the voice, a prelude. 2. a putting off, delaying.

-,
to

as a prelude or beginning of song. shortd.

3,

,

(')

$, , ,,
f.

make a prelude, begin put off, delay ; in Act. and Med. throw one's cloak around one.
aor. 2 part, of

to sing.

III.

poet,

IV. in Med.

Att.

-, , -:
I

()
opt.
iv,

delay.

Pass., aor. i

make foam

or boil up, to boil.

Hence.
2

to dip repeatedly.

fws,

,

a going up, mount-

an expedition up from the coast, esp. into younger Cyrus. 3. II. a way up, the ascent of rising of a river.
2.

*-, *-,

ov, boiled,

only found in 3 sing. aor.
aor.

((,
pf.

pass. part.

lowed down again.
aor.

05, () $, ,,$, , (-)
mounted, a horseman, [a]

poet,

ov,

6,

one

,

skilled in

mounting.
that

(,
mounted
I

poet.

may

or scaled, easy to be scaled.
pf.

of pf. of an obsol.

to

boil or

bubble up.

aor. 2 imper.

and
;

. , -, -, -,
f.

back tidings of a thing, report, Lat. renunciare,
[a]
:

, ,;
I

-($, (,
Cf.

to

swallow again, gulp down

:

also aor. 2

stvallowed back, swalshout aloud for joy.
aor.
i

-(,
to

Dep.

roar aloud.

Ion. for

inf.

of

:

= avaj-'yaiov.

for the tenses see

:

to

carry
to

aor.

I

-(^
give

inf.ofoi/a/SatVo;.

laugh aloud.

on board ship. Hence of justice.

come

, , ,
aor. to

fut.

med. make go up:
2. to

i

.

of to mount one on horse3. in

— Causal

Att.

:

back.

draw

a ship up.

Med.

to

put

4. to

bring up to the bar of a court

aor. 2
to

-,-^ ^
Dor. for
:

f.

to beget

-^.
:

anew, regenerate,
:

f.

aor. I

aviycvaa

to
f.

to taste.

later

:

:

va'yvoa,
1.

to

know

accurately,

-,

know again,

recognise, own, Lat. agnoscere,
:

3.
II.

verb. Adj. one
:

must
aor.

f.

bring force, compel : to constrain, esp. by argument : also to force by torture, and so to harass, annoy. back to life. 2. to aor. 2 prove of necessity, to demonstrate. 3. with double ace. to force a person to do a thing. to shoot or grow up again. From Ep. and Ion. for ares, to, a look cast upwards. 2. to look back f. to look up. , ov, also os, ov, of or with II. to see again, recover force: upon, Lat. respicere. I. kct. constraining, forcing, pressing : 2. one's sight. Hence auafKatov the day of constraint, i. e. slavery.
aor. I

() (, ,, (.-: -, ^,
to life

rarely aor. I

(, (, ) —
set on.

2

inf.

:

to

again, return to
ecus,

life.

,

recovery of

life.

Dep.

to

, ^ () •^,
to distinguish, discern

hence to read.
is

in

Ion.

Greek the

aor. i

to

persuade ; and aor. I pass, to be persuaded.
f.
:

^'^,
:

used in causal sense
pf.

pf.

:

to

:

-,

,

, $,

,

.

('^)


48
forcible, convincing.
3. of things, requiring to be

:


up


rein,

— vab,
II. ipzss.
:

done.
necessary

force

, .^ ,
sary or natural
compel.
constrained.

2. forced : hence painful. avaynaia, necessaries : also absolutely

thong, etc.
sea.

necessary, barely sufficient.
ties
:

connected by necesLat. as Subst.,
3.

-, ,
:

,
:

hence anything by which one leads, a

necessarii, relations.

,
;

Adv, of avayKaios, of
it is

necessity, per-

necessary

Sup.

'^, , , ('/) '/, ,,
verb. Adj. of
verb. Adj. of
Ion.

- -5, -,
contest, never

-5,
2.

, (dvaya) a leading up a leading back, referring.
ov,

:

a putting to

ov, (a privat., dyitiyrj) without

guidance
without

or education, ill-bred : of horses and dogs, unbroken.

(a privat.,

dyvoa)

one

must

to divide anew apportion a conquered land.

'ANATKH,

and Ep.

often in dat. dvayKT} as Adv. perforce, of necessity, also forcibly, by 2. necessity, natural want or desire, such as force. hunger. 3. actual force, violence : hence bodily
cessitas, force, constraint, necessity
:

pain, suffering.

of Jiin, relationship.
f.

to

-, ,,
:

II. like

Lat. necessitudo, the tie

Pass., aor. I
2. to

bend back or round.

, , - ^: -€, (,, . , ^^ poet,

compulsory.

forced,

nerally a distribution, division,
ov,

, $, ()
-, -, -,
aor. I
6,
f. :

having contended for a prize.
generally to divide or
to light up. of dvaSariofJiai.
:

=

med.

inf.

a re-distribution

ge-

,

Lat. ne-

(dvaSacaaOai) divided anew, redisaor. I

tributed: generally, distributed.


:

to

divide again, re-distribute.
pf. 2

of

,

a means of shewing forth
:

a

jnouth-piece used by criers.

:

undo,

loose.

-(: —
make

to lift

and fut. up and shew, shew forth.

-.
:

Ion.

II. to

aor. 2 opt.

and

inf.

of ava-

public, declare.

Hence

-5,
cognise.

ov,

generally unholy, guilty.

-^, ,

(
f.

privat.,

ayv6s) impure, unchaste,
:

dvaSei^iS, c<ws, 17, a shewing forth, display claiming, election.

recognition, owning.

$, , yyv)
From

—to

claimed

registered.

out,

generally to enter in a public register or record. to describe, [ypa]

, , , -,
:

5,
:

Att.

to

know again,

Hence

cojs,

17,

recognition.

(^5,

,

(^avayva/yai)
II.

a knowing again,

reading.

(avayvcvvai, aor. 2 of

€5,
05, €8,
f.

, ,^, () - -.
Ion. for
reov,

or sister.

-€, -,
-€, 65, €,
:

( privat., (\6$) without brother

-.

a pro-

band.

a passage read aloud. a crying aloud, proclamation. ($,

,

.6, f.

poet,

Ion.

for

aor.

2

open the eyes again.
:

the Att.

fut. is

cry aloud, proclaim publicly
ov,

(, —
:

^
,
fut.

f.
: : :

aros,

,

a headof dva-

aor.

I

inf.

:

to look up, to

to

draw

off the skin, esp. to strip

aor. 2 aveivov

Pass, to be pro-

to be generally called or

surnamed. {avayp(p) written up or

off\he scar of a wound, Lat. refricare ulcus: hence to rip up old sores. iojs, a binding on.

out,

iois,

,

(vayp) a
:

notary, secretary.
is

,
f.

a writing out

that which

written

a public record.
xf

From
I

/•. aor.

aviypaipa:

— to

write up,
II.

dvrjyayov I. 0170;) to lead up from a lower place to a higher, but in Homer = a7co, to conduct, carry. 2. dvayeiv vavv to put a ship out to sea ; and then dvaynv or dvayiabsol. in same sense. 3. to lead up into the interior of a country. 4. to lead up, raise up, conduct, hence to celebrate. 5. to bring up, educate. 11. to bring back : to refer. III. intrans. (sub. to withdraw, retreat. , {dvy) properly one that leads
aor. 2
:
:

-,^: -,

strengthd. for

ypv,

to mutter.

(,

pf. but Ep. aor. 2 pass, II. Dep. to take up, receive : also to take back. 2. to undertake, to take upon oneself, submit to. promise to do also to be surety to one.

() () <€-5, €05, {) -, -(, ^^^ —
and , fillet for women's hair, a headband. ov, binding up.
to dye,

,

a hand

imbue.

med.

aor.

:

dve(yv

dva(€ya

:

pf. pass,

,

Tiva evayyiXia to
founder.
self;

dvadrjaai iavroiis es
III.

tow.

$, €$,')

band.

-- - €$ ' , , -, ,
-,
;

poet,

:

aor.

l

:

bind up, bind round ; crown one for one's good news.
:

to

II.

up one's family to a Med. to fasten with a rope to oneto trace
(sc. vavs), to

take a ship in

poet,

aros,

, (4) a
:

head-

f.

to teach

over again

to teach

:

:

: :

/6- —.
,
to

otberwise or better, Lat.
to teach

dedocere : also simply = II. to exPass, to learn better.
f.

pound,

-.,
-8,
for

interpret.

poet,

:

give forth, esp. of the earth, to yield. II. of springs, fire, etc., to burst forth. round, distribute : also to give back, restore. tried over again. ov,

-

-

one must defer.

:

to

give up
2. intr.

back, return.

,-€,
f.


/7;/, one


must refer
to

:

49

verb. Adj. of

and

of
of

,
esp.
c.

springs, to
ace. to

from

, ,,, . . , (). -, , . . , ( «, . . , -, , ) •, ) , -, -, -, , -, ) -, , . -. -5, ) . -5, -, 5. -,
-,, 5, {) ,
(,
f.

-(,

-,
Homer
hard.

run up or

{, , ) \$)
6,

to

give

or observe again.

green, bloom, or sprout afresh.
arcs,

to

make

double.

ov,

given up or

to be

given up.
part,

aor. 2 imper. of

a votive offering : in delight or ornament. Cf.
esp. as
f.

aor. 2 inf.

and

,€5,
poet, for

3

pi.

and part.

pres.

med.

,

a taking up, acceptance

:

the undertakittg of labours.

-, -\, (, , () -, , '. 6, -(,$, , () €,{, ) -€,
like
to press

to look at or

observe carefully; to view

\$)

to

grow

that which

is set tip,

only used of a

aor. 2 inf. of

f

17^0», to

shout in applause.

a nursling.
:

to look

up

at

observe closely.
:

poet, and Ion.
inf.

fut.

^-

aor. 2 inf of

-,
2. to

:

aor.

:

to

spring

fut.

of

aor. 2 inf of
to

come

to the top
:

f.

pf.

:

{,

of the water. Dep. with aor. 2 to come
:

act.

tip,

rise,

rebound : to spring upon. Ep. and Ion. shame• lessness, assurance, effrontery. Dep. ('?7$) to behave impudently. shameless, uni's, (a privat.,
up,
tip,

bound

,

{$)

from the sea shun
:

:

but absol. of the sun,

to

rise,

gush forth.

draw

back, retire:

of

abashed, reckless

:

the stone of Sisyphus

is

called

Xdas

reckless, ruthless.

c. inf. to

delay to do, avoid doing.

-€5,

Att. pres. part, of
17,

(

privat.,

()

{,

to fan the flame. to set

on fire,

to infiame.

without presents

Adv. of

sq.,

without bloodshed.
bloodless, un-

the bridegrooni, without bridal gifts. dvaeipai, aor. i inf. of

av-aeXiTTOS, ov, (a privat.,

lookedfor.

-€, -|,
march

and to yoke or harfiess f again : hence to prepare to go away again, esp. with an army, to break up, move off: and so of ships,

inf
to set sail
f.

(dm,

()
:

to lift or raise up.

lengthd. for

) -.
^,
:

ov, {a privat.,

stained with blood, Lat. incruentus.

unhoped, un-

) -.
c.

-,

f.

to

return to

life.

.
to

again.

2. intr.

(sub.

Hence off. dva^ev^is, (5, , a marching away.

-, , -,

to search out, discover.
ecus,

,, -, -,
,

bubble up. to search into, examine, Lat. anquirere
to boil or

Hence

investigation.

to recal to life.

-<,
fresh

f

-, -,
life.

to

gird up. light up again
to

, , . , ,. €5, ):
:

$

-. , ,, ,
-5,
ov, ov,

=

and

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

without blood, bloodless.

Adv.

like

[]

impf.

Ep.

:

fut.

inf. aor. I (not in use) Dep.: to refuse, reject, spurn: subj. inf. refuse to do: hence to excuse oneself from a
:

etc.)

thing, renounce, disown

:

to repent, be

ashamed of

doing a thing.

(Deriv. uncertain.)
pass. inf. of

aor. I part, of aor.
I

rial.

ing.

a taking up of dead bodies bu2. a taking upon oneself, an undertakFrom II. a destroying, destruction.
fws,
:

,

dv-aipcb),

f.

:

pf.

pass,

:

(v. to

to take up, Lat. tollere,
off,

and so
:

I.

Pass,

to

gain

bear away, carry

esp. of prizes

simply, to take

courage.

accursed.

-, -, -, . -€, () €, -, -,
to

warm
Att.

again.

Att.

to

regain one's courage. to fill with fresh

II. intr.

=

ava-Oeis, aor. 2 inf and part.

arcs,

,

anything devoted or
to

.

up, lift. II. to take away, destroy : of laws and III. to appoint, ordain, customs, to abolish. esp. of an oracle's answer ; but absol. to answer, give a response. Med. to take up for oneself: hence to gain, win,

receive: exact.
burial.

2.

to take

tip

dead bodies /or

Hence

to to

make accursed,

bind by a curse.

warm

or beat again.

children, Lat. tol5. to take 4. to conceive. lere, suscipere liberos. II. to take upon oneself up money at interest. III. to take back to oneself, cancel. undertake.
3. to take tip

newborn

:

5,— =
Ion. Verb,
to

, : ) -, , , - ) -, , -,
50

dv

-5,
Pass., aor. I

-,

(
2.
:
:

:

f.

av&pof, to raise up.
op, (a privat.,

.
again
:

: :

dv-K€o,

Ion. for

, want ofperception, insensibility.
II.
:

From

aor. 2 of

-

dv-€pvv

and
f.

unfeeling, without feeling.

without

dv-c,
dva

generally, to

common

sense, senseless.

pass, unfelt.

impf.

aor. I

hend in a sutnmary, sum up. dva to spout up, gush forth
violently,

:

pf.

(a priv.,

the simple
Att.

spend; of food,

to

to start up, rise

ace. to leap iipon.

impudently.

, ,
:

aros,

expenditure, outlay.
Att.

-, {$)
up
[aj/d-]
ov,

,

an being never used) use; of time, Hence consume. that which is used up, = Att.
to use up,

-, -',
[t

, {,
mix
tip,

-€. :

f.

mix

)
well.
:

[a]

:

-to

mm

to

comprethrob

also, to

Ep.]
Att.

-,

f.

,

to publish, to

pro-

claim, esp. to proclaim as conqueror: to offer by voice of herald: and so to put up to auction, which was

done by proclamation of the

(,

dv-vv6,
risk.

f.

,

to rtish into

.

danger again,

to

:

run afresh
to rouse,

quickly, spring or burst forth
to be shameless,

:

c.

-\'5,,

shamelessness.

(a

privat.,

impudent

-5, ,

of things, abominable, detestable. unasked. ov, (a privat.,

av-ain.os,ov,{a pnvSit.,aiTia)without cause, groundII. of persons, guiltless, not chargeable, less. not to blame. Pass, to become to clear thoroughly
quite clear.

) )
From

behave

dvv^s, (,
dva
f.

excitement, emotion,

shameless,

aloud, scream out
f.

tears, also to

-, -^,
II.

break upwards or back, to break in pieces.
etws,

to

set

up or upright:

— Med.

cation:
to
sit

a summoning. from banishment.

-, -, -'-, -, -, -, dvs, {)
[]
=
Dep.
:
:

to move upwards, to sway to andfro awaken, Lat. suscitare. Hence , a swinging to and fro.

2.

2.

aor. 2

aviK\ayov

of a dog,

to bark, bay.

to

weep aloud, burst

weep for,

to bewail.

dva

f.

[]:

aor. I

:
:

to cry

into

to

,

up.

-, $,
Med.
encourage

esp. the dead.

, , -, {,
to restore

-^, , -^,
f.

intr. to sit

down again.

Att.

,

dvo,
dva

to

renew.

fut. pass, of dvaKXivOeis, later dvaKXiOeis, poet. aor.

anew. Kaivos) to renew, restore.

Hence

-, —
:

poet,
to

make

to lie
:

'.
:

II.

a calling on, invoa recalling, esp.

[t]

fut.

back, to lean

i

pass, of
:

aor.

I

one thing

,

ea>s,

,

renewal, restoration.
to kindle,

a prison.

aor. I

light

up

to light oneself a fire
:

-€,

in Pass, to

metaph. to burn with anger.
:
:

fire, rouse,
to call up,

poet,

fut. eVcu

:

II.

to call

upon or

call

again
stim-

and again, and
mon.

recal, esp. from exile.
f.

intr. to unveil.

kavrov) to bend back, return. without thorns ov, (a privat., or bones : without a spine. f. /, to snap up, swallow, gulp down. dvaKcarai, Ion. for 3 pi. of used as f. poet, Pass, of to be laid up, as a votive offering; and so, to be dedicated; also, to be set up, as a statue. II. to be referred to, depend upon. the temple of Castor and Pollux. From the Kings, i. e. 'AvaKcs, ot, old form of
intrans. (sub.

-, , -,
3. to call
f.

so to invoke the gods.

2. to

by

a

name.

III. to call

back,

against another: Pass, to lie, sink or lean back. II. to push or put back a trap-door, and so to open it. dvaKXiTOS, ov, leaning back. f. to open and counterfeit a seal. dva f. to communicate or impart something to another to communicate with another, consult him. Med. with pf. pass. to communicate what is one's own to another to impart.

, --^^, () ^) , {,

-, ,
:

to uncover, unveil.

U.
2.

\,

to betid

upwards or back.

Castor and Pollux.

, •€,
,
dva-KcXS8os,

-, ^, -— •€,

-5,

,poet, for
6,

)
:

a fold (Lat. sinus)
-i],

From
dva
aor.

'.

carry up : esp. to carry up or II. to bring against stream : Pass, to go up. Med. with pf. pass. to bring back back, recover: with one : to recover one's own : to bring to pass
I
:

^ -, (
dva

-, dv-o',
— -,
:

to rule in or over.

f.

-€, , {, $)
:

absol. to

to gird up gird oneself up.

into

, recovery
poet,

ay
to

-:

of

a.

thing or from an
f.

illness.

Att.

:


f.

again dv

Pass, to

go

,

back.
to

dart or flitig

tip

II.

intr. to

shoot up, as blood from a
7),

wound.

(dm,

-, )

(5,

dvaKO'n-,

a beating back
f.

dv-'n,

,

to beat,

From : a recoil. force or drive back
to lift or raise

Pass, to stop short.
to call out.

dv-o([,

f.

,

Att.

,

a loud shout.

Pass, to be lifted up, lightened in spirits.

up Hence

— —

from

out, lift

tune
I

be

pensus

mine

hand

one with another.
inquiry.

-€,

. -, ^^ -, , (). ^ -€, € ) ( -^ -, , $,
:
:


: :

$, -,
a thing.

ecus,

,

lifting up, lightening

:

relief

f.

:

aor. 2

aveKpayov

-^^,
:

. ,
:

— —

— —

:

51

aor. 2 inf. of

Dep.

to take again.
:

to cry

aor. I

to raise

a war-ery:
:

up

the voice.

to cry aloud.

ava-Kpadeis, aor.

-<,
its

I pass. part,

of

f.

:

aor.

2

pf.

ecwi, 17,

Dep,

to

begin to

a mixing up. play : of a bird, to
:

to take up, take into one's

hands

:

gene-

voice.

poet.

:

to

-(hang up
II.

f.

upon

a thing

'^ —
: :

rally, to take
vice, to

with one.

2. to

take into one's ser•

adopt.

3. like Lat. recipere, to take to

:

aor.

Pass, to

hanging up
esse.

:

metaph.

to be in suspense, Lat. sus-

[]

:

(for the tenses, v.

to

exa-

undertake, 4• to take up again, resume, yov. II. to take back, regain, retrieve, repair. III. to pull short up, of a horse. IV. to gain quite over, attach to oneself.
esp. in

.
one

Med.

(-

upon

'

well, search out.

— Med.,

to

examine before-

f.

poet.

$,
Hence
lift

-npbs eavrovs, to question

fws,

,

-5,

-,

to

77,

insensibility,

flame up, take fire. want cf feeling.

From
I.

ov, (a privat., 0X760;) without

pain :

an examination,

absol. to clap with uplifted hands,
ecus,

-, , ^. -: -, 6, , ()
dva
to

a pushing back, checking, esp. pushing a ship hack, backing water. verb. Adj. oi one must check.
f. to thrust back, check: in Med. of a ship, kiri to put her back sternwards, by backing water. 2. Med. also in music, to strike the strings, make a prelude, like

$, () 6, ,
f.

17^0;, to

up and strike together applaud vehemently.

,

of persons, unfeeling, hard-hearted, ruthless : Adv. -$, unfeelingly. II. of things, i. not pain2. very painful, cruel. ful. not thriving, feeble. fs, (a priv., Ep. impf. dcyov• fut. aor. I Ep. inf. to pick up, gather up: Med. to pick up for oneself. 2. to recount. II. to read aloud.

,
:

-, -,

):
:

f, pf. Dep.: regain for oneself, recover, retrieve. II. to win a person over, gain his favour, Ep. for dat. pi. of ava^. dvaKTOpios, a, ov, belonging to a lord or = sq. a temple. king, royal : TO, a king's dwelling, palace

also

,, {) , {)
,

: -, ) , -,
f.

-

a taking up : a taking again, a means of regaining: a repairing, making amends. II. a being taken up: the Ascension. es, (a privat., not healing. ov, Dor. for barefoot.

-, 5,
pf.
:

(, ,

,

to lick up.

()
($,
:

f.

aor. I
:

or
aor.
l
:

or
the pres.
av.

or
are rare
:

-,
From
or

or
Pass., fut.
:

pf.

impf.

to
e,
i.

turn round again: come round again. Hence
to

tuit, revolution.

,
a temple.
f.
: :

the chariots were overturned with a rattling noise, like that of cymbals.
fut.

come up out of

culties, to recover,
f.

rivos to look well to a thing. ava^, a manager.)
f.

to keep

-, , €, -€, — -5, ) -, -5, (, ) -^, {, €\ - - -, -, -, -5, -. -, -, , -5, ) ($, $. €€ 5, () ^, , -. •, - - to use to the full, to kill, destroy.

squander:

—metaph.,
,
iSos,

to use up, spend, esp. in a

bad sense,

epos, 6,

a lord, king.
:

enjoy, sleep.

II.

of persons,
strength.

to stir

up and mix

to confuse.

want of

^, ,

a

)
and

Pass, to revolve,

comng round

again, a cir-

-iv, (a priv., without strength, impotent, unwarlike. Dep. to leap up. ov, (a privat., not salted.

,,

ace.

-<

to rattle like

over, calculate, consider.

:

aor.

I

pf.

:

to lift

up

the

head :

esp. to
diffi-

the water

hence to rise out of : emerge. to wail aloud, []
carefully, avaKojg

, a counting up, calculation, reasoning with oneself: also a cmirse of reasoning. not salt, without salt. ov, (a privat., a rare form of

,
i),

yos) proportion,
to

analogy.

Dep.

count up:

sum up:

te think

Hence

$)

ov, (a privat.,

not to be filled, in-

dvSKbuS, Adv.

=

satiate, Lat. inexplebilis.

(From

Adj. of

fws,

77,

a loosing, releasing:
f.

dissolution, death.

taught.

,

to

hold back, stay, esp. of ships,

Ion.

and Ep.

:

them riding at anchor: but av. to keep up the tension of the ropes, keep
2.

,

kavrov) to keep incorrect form of
intr. (sub.

.

[]

:

pf.

pass,

:

to unloose,

undo again

also to set free.

still.

From

stop, etc.)

II. to do away, get rid of: to III. intr. (sub. 'inirov, vavv, put an end to. to loose for departure, and so (0 depart, return.


52

spent

be taken, impregnable.
to

,, , ()) 5,
-,, . act. and pass,
aros,

, (^)
:

that which

:

expense, cost, outlay
cois,

in plur. expenses.

aor.

I

->5, , (
f.

,

of expenditure,

. ) . -, ) .

of

is

used or

erring, without tvandering.

-?,

ov,

(a privat.,
to

un-

[]

-5,

Dep.

groan

deeply.

undoubted.

learn differently: to inquire closely. or, (a privat.,

-, -, -,
privat.,

not taken, not to

rage through or throughout. to learn again or anew,

ov, (a privat., undisputed, indisputable, about which there is no dispute. II. act. withotit dispute or controversy. From 17, unmanliness, cowardice.
ov, (a privat., l. = av€v avSpos, without a husband : without men, desolate. II. unmanly, cowardly, unworthy of a man.

-8,

ov,(a privat.,

-€\•05,

for wagons,

without misov, (a privat., sing ox failing, unfailing : in a moral sense, faultless. Adv. -$, without fail. Dep. to chew over again, Lat. ruminari.
Att.

-€, , ^, -(, -, -(, -, ^ ^€$ -€, , ^, -, -, - -€, () €8, - -, -, -, , ) ,€ -5, -, -) : -5, ) -€,
ov,

-5,

()
:

()
aor. i

,

$)
undisputed,
or

-5,

),

impassable

-, , $,
f.

to

deprive of a husband.
vios) to
to

Hence

widowed.

f.

(,
to

make young again.

poet,

divide

distribute

-:

anew.

II.

Med.
f.

f.

:

poet,

count up, recount: to rehearse. Dep. to mount up, rise.
:

to

a wipe up, wipe off; epyov, b ?) deed which thou wilt wipe off on thine own head, (as if II. Med. to knead one's bread. it were a stain). sometimes f. Dep. to renew the fight, to retrieve a or
:
:

aor. I

poet.

inf.

f.

,
:

:

Dep.

:

to

renew, revive.

token of denial
f.

hence
-,

properly to throw the head back in to deny, refuse.

$,

a renewal, revival.

defeat.

^, to beco7ne
ov,

sober again, come to one's sober again.
privat.,
:

v-oos,OI',poet. for av-ava^aros,

(a privat., of a horse, not to be mounted- unmanageable. f. to begin to sing.
poet.
:

senses.

2. trans, to

make

Adv. of

uphill, opp. to

f.

wait for, await : absol. to wait, stay. await, endure. 3. to put off, delay. ov, in the middle.
to

to

to

out.

miscuously.

mix up

social intercourse, join
f.

mind one
tion of:

mind, recollection.

force open.

, -. -, , -, - ,- , , . -, -, ) -,() , {). -, -. -, , (). , . ^ -, -,/ . -, -, , ()
2.

-^:

(

aor. I

without a rival, without a struggle

to

-€5, -6€,
Hence

-€5,

ov, filled full.

f.

measure back or over again, remeasure the same road one came by generally, II. to measure do or say over again, repeat.
f.

, ,

Hence

-5,
:

6S,

(,

undisputed.

up-hill, steep, opp. to
difficult.

hence like Lat. arduus,
ov,

(a privat.,

()
:

not to be

gainsaid.

Adv. -8, without contradiction.
:

fill up, fill full.

"ANAS,

to

king, applied to

avoKTOs, 6 Ep. dat. pi. all the gods, esp. to Apollo.

:

a lord,
II.

:

€5,
:

(ojs,

, a measuring out, admeasurement.
also

of the sons or kinsmen of kings, and generally, the chief persons 2. so too the master of the house, Lat. of a state. herus. 3. generally, one who is lord or master over
a?iy earthly lord, prince, chief,

king

also

poet,

Adv. pro-

anything, as

and

-,

f.

:

aor. I
II.

to

together, to mingle.

Med.

to

have
I

company.

-^, —
:

-|,

($
: :

:

cf.

to

rub or irritate afresh. aor. I med. inf. of
f.

aor. I -c^-qpava, poet. inf.

lord

to

dry up.

poet,

:

aor.

to

remind one of
remember.

a thing

:

c. inf. to

re-

not

av-a^LOs, ov, also a, ov, (a privat., d^ios) unworthy, deemed worthy, c. gen. absol. worthless. 2.
lyyos,
6,

to do: also to recal to

Pass, to

-, -5,

poet, for

-.
for
I

memory, make men-

undeserving of evil.

of the

Adv. mixed up,

pell-mell.

fcfs,

,

5,

,

(,
pass,

lyre.

social intercourse.

poet,

and Ion.

, 6$, {, ,
f.

Adv. of ava^ios, ufiworthily.
^vvos)

=

the trowsers

worn by

eastern

part. aor.

pass, of

nations.

fws,

,

a calling

to

-|,
off.

(Persian word.)

[]

:

aor.

:

to

scrape

inf. aor. 2

of

(,

roar loudly, foam up, of the sea. [] to lift with a lever: to

$)

-'•€,,
f.

flit,

of

poet, for

-^.

to educate afresh.

ov,

struck back, rebounding:

:

:

— —

:

as Subst.

a dactyl reversed.
f.

-, , -,
-<5,
III.

(sub.

$),

<5,

an anapaest, .
bacJt.
II.

[(— -5,
e.
:

to strike again or Adv. back again.

gain.

reversely.
:

poet,

fut.

to swing to Ep. aor. 2 part. and fro, to put in motion : Pass, with Ep. aor. 2 avto dart or spring up. to scatter upon. f.

all to

,, ,
,
a thing
:

(,

-,, ,(^) '
of watches,
poet.

divided into reliefs.

repose, ease: rest from a thing, cessation.

, $,
:

rest, repose,

5,
-,
:

avaTtavKas II. a resting-place.

($,
ov,

Ion.

ing

to resting or rest

,a

— as Subst.

()
:
:

,

-, (€ : -€-(. ) -, -, () -,
: :

over a- flll up, Lat. explere : to fulfil, accomplish. II. III. to flll full of toflll up, appease. thing, aor. i esp. with the notion of defiling whence in Pass, to
be infected.

.-, -,

:

:

53
maimed, crippled,
spring up.
I
:

ov,

f.

(, , $)
to

halt.

make

to

f.

:

aor.

to

f.

:

aor. 2

:

pf.

ava-

ground:
animo.

fall back, give hence to slacken, lose heart, Lat. concidere
2. to

to fall back.

ease from

to be

poet, for

rest,

:


:

Att.

f.

[]

:

aor.

I

to form

anew, remodel,

to

belongor

of rest:

-,
go
to

also (sub.
to rest.

€),

resting-place

hour the sound of trumpet /or
the time or

-€, -\( -, , \€
mould, shape.
f. f.

to

braid up, entwine, wreath.
or
:

Ion. pres.

to sail

Ion.

(for the tenses, v.
later to

):
regain bring

to sail the

swim

make

cease, stop from a thing
II.

give rest

or relieve from a thing.
off, desist

Med.

to cease, leave

and Att.

-,
back.
for

up stream : also to put out to sea. same way back again, sail back : of
<uv,

--^
:

recast, generally,

aor.

i

to sail

upwards,
II.

fish, to

gen.
thing.

:

also fern,

:

\(08: (v,\€s = €os)•.—fllled
II.

Ion.

from

a thing: absol. to take one's rest, sleep:

also to die.

strength.

-€,

over to another opinion, to persuade against one's will also in bad sense, to seduce, mislead. Dep. to try or attempt f.

II. as a military and again, to make trial of. naval term, to exercise, practise. f. aor. I avineipa, Ep. part,

$•.
poiit.

, , , . ,- . , ) ,,-,, , , , ,
-^,
:

-, ,
:

f.

-(
:

2. to stop, halt, rest.

aor. i

Pass., aor. 2

-'€ €, , —
,
ov,

and

(€) -,
to
f.

to pierce through, spit.

^
:

[]:

pf.

,, . 5, , . -, , -,
3. to
:

up, quite full of with a thing.

to

-, ,
up again

deflled or infected
II. to

flll

f.

toflll up, flll full.

Pass, to return to one's full size, of
aor.

the sun after an eclipse.

contr.

-

upwards,

esp.

up stream

f.

,

,

()

i

inf.

and

part, of

a sailing

:

also a putting out to sea.

to unfold, open.

persuasive.

poet.

count over again. (for the tenses, v.
to

to send
II.

up orforth
to

Med.
of

send up from

Ep. for opt. of fs, a breathing again II. a drawing breath. respite, rest from a thing. without drawov, poet, for
Ion.

-'€, €•€€,

Ion. for

3 sing. aor.

,

()
I
:

ۥ8,

oneself.

send back.

ing breath, breathless.
f.

.
fut.

per.

€$, ,
up, fly

jump up

^ ) -, , ($ 4) -^, , . '€, -, ) -8, -, .
:

7€, -'•€ -€ -€,
and
Att.

pf. pass. part,

-,
:

^,
aor.
I

:

to

aor. 2 inf.

and

part,

of ava-

breathe again, have a respite, rest oneself

and

part,

pf. or open, expand, unfold, unfurl ov, outspread, open.

(5 — —
aor.
I
:
:

also

-€:
act.
:

poet, imspread out pass. part, avato

thing (for the forms II. to draw breath, breathe, Lat. V. sub voce). respiro. III. to breathe forth, send forth. recovery of poet,
breath, rest.

€,
,
Att.

from

a

to leap,

f.

aor. 2
;

or ave-

€, -€5,
:

()
aor.
I

II.

drawing

breath, Lat. respiratio.

poet. part. poet. opt.

and

in

form

:

(v.

to fly

(,

up and away.
pf.

question;

of

intrans. to step back.

or

-,

to transfix, spit.
;

poet,

f.

:

(v.

:

or

reward :

to

spring up or forth, start up; I ' epyov to II. work of springs, to gush forth.
:

^ ) .
poet. pres. imperat. of
ov,
f.

,

undemonstrated, indemonstrable.

:

.^:

to

make

to step

back, call

back and
II.

ov, (a privat.,

neut.

poet,

ground again, plough up

,
:

kavruv

to correct oneself.

without ransom Adv. without recompense. properly to turn up the hence to go over again,

to spring back.

to repeat, reconsider.


(

:

:

:

— —


:

-5, , () . {)
54
defensible,
oneself, without excuse.

.

5'
:

for flight

Pass. on the wing, excite vehemently II. to be on the wing, be in a state of excitement. Pass, to get new wings. to furnish with new wings :

mind,

(,
aor. 2
esp.

to unfold, undo, [] (v. of rolls of books and so, like Lat. evolvere, to unrol for reading : hence to unfold, bring to light, Lat. explicare. II. as military term, \ayya to fold back the phalanx, i. e. deepen it by wheeling men from either flank into rear but, nepas to open out the wing, i. e. extend the front, Lat, explicare. Hence an opening, unfolding : an expanse.
:

, ) . , -, -, -, -€ , , ,) . , ,,€, -,
privat.,

-.,
f.

, ,
to
:

inexcusable.

a. act,

-)
pf,


in-

.
:

countless

without bounds in a thing
a thing.

unable to defend

no account of

-5,
:

,

a sending up;

subject

a digging up of treasures. one that sends up or back. , unwashen. av-airovtiTTOS, ov, (a privat., Dep. =
Att.

-5,
:
:

ov, (o privat., not governed or not submitting to be governed. unsuitableness : discord. From

)
or

:

c.

gen. taking

,

gruous
surd.

-,
aor.

fut.

-^,

ov, (a privat., of sound, inharmonious 2. unfitted, unprepared.

)
:

unfit,

incon-

of persons, ab-

to exact, levy;

,

recapture.
Att,

to

-€, : —
f.

,

exact the fulfilment of a promise. properly to set on fire, light up
letting tears burst forth.
I

:

fut.

,

From

[]

:

aor. I

to tear up, snatch up.

II. to

hurry

:

-(wings

furnish with wings or

to raise the

along, to carry off, to drag by force, esp. before a magistrate, Lat, rapere in jus. III. to take by storm, and so to plunder, generally, to treat with vio-

generally, to raise, set up.

z.

to set

of the

lence.

Hence

esp. into Persia, treated with violence.
f.

inf.

of

-

-,
:

,
or

also

,

-^, {, )

,

torn away, carried
to

off,

the source.

fut.

:

vevyv

aor. 2 of

Pass., aor. I
:

i

:

f.

to break up, break
;

through or open.
like Lat.

:

flow back or

to

:

aor. I
II.

:

make break forth

;

voces

-

to burst forth.

fasten

, -, , -, ^ / , -,^ •, , () =) -, . - -, -^ -, , , () -, -, ,,, $. $, .
aor, I part, of

;

to

throw up ; sea with the
€is

-, , € -^. —Pass,
to burst forth.

,

to

rumpere

III. intr,, like Pass.

aor.

pass, of aor. 2 act,

€(.
:

or

-«,

f.

aor. I
to

throw up the
to

oar.

II.

,
f.

the

hazard of a
all,

thing,

run a

risk

:

also

[],

to spit

up or out
:

:

absol. to

rb

without to throw for

-

run

sputter.

one's

stake one's

all.

f.

:

aor.

i

to

hang up

to,

impf.

:

fut.

on or

to

a

thing

;

=

;

aor. I

:

Dep.

:

to

clamber up

hang up votive gifts to fasten disgrace upon one Med.
to
;

self;

tow

it

away

:

on, cling to.

to fasten for onea flowing back, reflux, ebb. fasten a ship to oneself and to swallow back, gulp doum, again. Pass, to be fastened or fasten oneself iws, 17, a snatching II. to light up, light, kindle : meaway, rescuing. 2. the second day of the festival

;

with the hands

and feet,

to

scramble up.

,

to

-$,
:

{,

taph. to itiflame.

f.

:

aor, 2
:

:

and

-,

fiit.

:

Dep.

:

to search out, inquire into

also to learn by

to strengthen

again

aor.

I

Pass, to regain strength

inquiry.

Hence

or spirit.

searched out, ascertained, notorious. shortened gen. «ojs Ion. ios, 17, a being drunk up : of the sea, the ebb-tide, returning of the waters. in compds. of with words beginning with the is usually doubled, as in etc., though in poets and Ion. Greek it is sometimes single.
ov,

-$,

ov, also a, ov, (a privat,, apaios) not fit-

-,

: hence hostile, unpropitious, implacable of things, untoward, strange, monstrous. to hang up or aor. f. upon, to attach to, make dependent upon. Med. with pf. pass, to attach to oneself: also to sub-

ting together

:

:

without 7noney.

dv-ap6pos, ov, (a privat., without joints : disjointed, nerveless. 2. of sounds, inarticulate.
f.

) -(, -8, , :) -5,
ov,

-8,

Ion. for

(

oi privat., apyupos) without silver
pf. part,

due : upon;
c. inf.

Pass, also with pf.

to be

tU kavTov

dependent who has

everything dependent

apTios.

to count up, enumerate.

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

08)

=

sq.

-^, ,

-8,
to be

on himself; prepared to do.
ov, (a privat., apTios)

but

without number.

anarchy.

,

uneven, odd;

cf.

f.

,

to

make old again.

the state of a people without government,

From

:

:

:


avap\os

^
to

vasa colligere

hence of an army, in Med., to break up their quarters, march away. 2. to disfnrnish, dismantle a place Med. to dismantle one's house. 3. to waste, ravage. 4. in Pass, to be bankrupt ; we are undone. ov, (a privat., unpractised, un:
:

) -, , , -, €, -, , , . —-€, -— — ) €($, -€, — ^, -, -. — -€^, ^,^. ), -"€', ^^ - -€^, -€|, '€€ — -€, , ( (), -€, , -, —
-5,
:

ov,

chief.

2.

(a privat., without beginning.
f.

without head or

(am,

a€ip6i) to

pull hack with
shake up or

a rein, draw aside.
poet.
to

back

swing

to

and fro, move up and down.

part. pf. pass, of

move upwards
f.

3 sing,

ypoo,

,
to
:

f.

to

, ,
:

:

:


55

: :

made to rise up and depart, driven from one's house and home : hence laid waste, ravaged. Hence
ov,

.
to

5, ()
f.

to ruin, to

f.

put in confusion. impale or crucify, like ava:

II. to

crucify afresh.

f.

(for the tenses, v.

Pass, with Ep. aor. 2

send

up,

raise

:

Med.

to

gird

to

spring up ox forth.

clothes.
retire.

2. to

keep back, check:

dig up.

3.

seemingly
f.

see

draw.

f.

pf.

:

Pass., aor. I

pf pack up
:

exercised.

impale

pass, sense.

to look at,

country up into central Asia.
back,

-, ,
f.

-€,

-^, —
fut.

-5,

^- , () ) ,-, , -,
:

opp. to

=

the

baggage

Lat.

to

to
f.

groan aloud over, bewail aloud, groan aloud. 2. to bewail aloud.
to
pf.

.
my
fut.
:

Pass,

up to go

one's

back,

intr. (sub.

to with-

[]
avi-

,

),
side
to rally.

-[,
I

I have

crown, wreath Pass., head wreathed. f. to fix on a firm base. Desiderative from

,

desire to set up.

to fix

on a pole or stake,

17,

med.
fut.

inf.

occurs in

f.

:

aor.

:

-€,

,

med. and act. o(

a putting back. to furnish with a mouth;
:

. -

(fut. of

to open, clear out a trench.
pf.

f.

to

view attentively, inquire
f.

oif,

, dragged
:

into.

to tear up.

down, to turn up by digging. back, around or about ;
2. intr. (sub.

11. to

turn upturn

up,

-,
i.

e.

opened.
poet.
to

From

:

up.
TcLs

put on an important air boastful words. fern, of Dor. for

impf of
aor.
I

master, to rule, reign over

yevea

Pass, to be ruled.

a making to rise and leave their place, removal : usu. in bad sense, laying waste, destruction. 3. a rebuilding. II. pass, a standing or rising up, esp. in token of respect 1^ an awakening : the Resurrection. a destroyer. 6,
:

, ,-. {) ' , () , . -, - ?, ^,
Att. for
aor. 2 act.
for

()

, ,-8. , 66 , . , , ,'. '. ., , ()
;

65

2. to

f. [] aor. I draw or ptdl up : to draw a ship II. draw or suck up to draw back. to draw up the eyebrows, and so
:

2.

esp.

from

one's

to repeat kavTov), to turn back, re-

of a door, draiun

:

\oyovs

to utter

-<.5.
,

,

a queen, lady, mistress.
Ion.
for

or

-€€,

3 sing,

impf.

Ep.

Ep.

:

() —

:

fut.

:

pull up

:

to

be

lord or
:

Med., rpls

to

have reigned for three generations

-^,

aor. 2 imperat. of
tipright.

Adv.

aor. 2 part,

and inf.of /»;/{.
:

undergone or

gen. fws Ion. los, I. causal a making to stand up, awakening. 2.

, -, -, --, , . , , . , () •,
,
[],
f.
:

III. Pass, with fut. med. to turn oneself about in a place, tarry there, like Lat. versari ; yatav to go and dwell in a land. 2. to be busied in a thing. 3. to revolve. Hence 4. of soldiers, to rally. a turning back or about, a return a turning about in battle, whether to flee or rally. 2. a turning about in a place, dwelling in a place hence the place where one tarries, an abode. poet, for to turn every way.

turn.

-,

aor. I

:

to

draw or
to re-

:

in

Med,
f.

to

pull up one's clothes.
:

aor.

I

:

cover from a fall, recover.

€6€,

contr.

€€,

inf.

of

poet. aor. 2 of

and med. inf of
to be

€05,
is

poet,

,

suffered, tolerable.

f.

,

to split up, rip up.

what

-^, —
f.

aor. 2 part, of
:

aor. I

:


:

to recover
2. to

lost

Med.

bring back, restore keep in mind.

to

regain for oneself. Pass, to return safe.
fut.

3. to

Att.

:

to stir
:

up
pf.

, ,—

and

trouble

:

hence

to excite, rouse to

pbrensy

pass. part,

in confusion.

:

:

56

again

-, — €, -€, —
Att.
to

avareiveiv up or forth ; hand in adjurations II. having his sword stretched forth.
to stretch

II. unutterable. preventing speech. without the music of intrans. to dv-avXos, ov, (a privat., the flute : hence joyless, sad. III. to stretch or spread out, as a line reach up. privat., vavs) without *a-vavs, gen. avdos, , of battle. f. Att. to rebuild or repair ships; vaes avaes ships that are ships no more, Lat. naves nenaves. new walls. Hence f. poet, aor. 1 , building of new walls. to ynake shine : to bring to light, shew aor. i av4- or poet, f. II. Pass, with fut. med. to make or let rise up, Lat. submitto : hence forth : to proclaim.

the

, .$
:

f.

-^

:

to set in

order

Med.

go regularly through again.
of
:

?. () ,,
-, -5, -5,
,
f
utterable, Lat. infandus.

:

::

to stir

an overturning, upset. up and confound.

pf. pass,

ov, (a privat., 01/717) rayless.

or

Adv. ofavaTos, with impunity.

poet,

^
f.
;
:

Dor. -aros, ov, (a privat.,
2. speechless.

5)

un-

-revcj

:

aor, I avereiva to lift

:

up

-5,

-€^,
:

, :

605, -€, 6
to
:

to

-(

:

to

bring forth, bring
rise

light.

II.

intr. (sub.

kavTov),
river
to

up,
:

come

to

light,

rise,

esp.

of appear plainly
to be,

the sun and

moon

-, €
grow.
f.

of the rising or source of a a flame blazi/tg forth
(for the tenses, v.

to cut up, cut

on as a burden but also to attribute or asII. to set cribe in token of honour: to entrust. up as a votive gift, dedicate: hence the votive gift was III. to put back, remove : c. gen, ye to remove from; vHv adding to or taking away from the necessity of IV. Med. to take upon oneself, underdeath. 2. to place differently, rearrange : in Att. to go.
to lay
;

. ^ -, , -, -, , ( -, -\
retract one's opinion.
f.

, . -,
:

open

:

to cut off.

Adv. =
f.

:

(for the tenses, v.

) )
:


:

, ,
:

) -, , ,(
pf. act.
:

ov, (a privat., avhif) speechless, voiceless

aor. I part, of appear, having come in sight

, . () .
also to
:

hence

to be accounted.

, ,
reappear
of.
:

:

,
I

to be

to be seen or

shewn forth, shewn
to

having made

[]

€$, -(,

Adv. Adv.

visibly, openly.

— foreg.

aor. 2 part. pass, of
:

poet,

-,
to

veyKa, Ion. avrjveiKa, also up, esp. into central Asia

^^ —
f.

:

aor.

-

:

to

bring or carry

Pass, to rise

up

— Med.

carry up for oneself or what is one's own : avaveiabsol. to heave a deep sigh. 2. to lift up, II. intr. praise. 3. to uphold, take upon one. III. to bring or carry to rise, as the stars. 2. to bring back: I. to bring back tidings. back from exile. 3. to throw back upon another,
refer

fut.

esp. of the sun

-, , , -,
f.

,

to raise in price. to

consult him.

sway
2

to

and fro,

brandish.

intrans.

part, of sq.
inf.

-^,
and

of aor.

in use
:

with no pres. being used instead)
:

to bear, suffer, sustain.
17,

touched.

poet,

(4\\)

a rising,

and
f.

moon
to

:

the East.

. , -,) -,
:

something

to

him

absol. to refer to a person,

4. to bring back to oneself, restore
to flee back, escape.

in Pass, to refresh oneself, recover.

f

-5,
inflame.

aor. I inf. of
privat.,

$, (a

untouched, not to be

-5,
:

ov, (a privat.,
II. act.

, -€, -,
to

throw, Lat. evertere.

-^, (—
nished.
aor. 2

poet.

turn up or over, upset. 3. Pass, with

€:

regain courage. without harm, unpu{.
:

not harming, harmless.
aor.
2.
I

)
aor.

avi-

up, nourish, educate.
fut.

up.

:
be cast
fut.
3.

down, disheartened.
:

l

to

and run back. go straight up;

to

carrying. (pf with pres. sense) the rock rtms sheer up. 4. yoke or beam for Med. to observe again, f. to run up, shoot up, of plants thence of cities. boring through. recognise. ($, ov, (a privat., without the f II. to to rub well, rub clean. favour of Venus : without beauty. rub in pieces : Pass, to be worn away, []

-5, -, ,, (,

)
:

^ , ., -,
f.

to over-

fut.

med.
to

-:

-^,, -€, -, ,, ^. -, -, ()
Dep.
f.

to call out aloud.

Pass, to be undofie, perish utterly.
to light up, rekindle:

hence

to

:

ing.

,

.

to bubble Jip like boiling water.

as,

,

frighten away. a carrying

up, rais-

2.

bring

T. back : way, respite,

II. a carrying a rising. 2. a giving a referring, a reference. remission. 3. intr. a going back : a

intr.

means of recovery.
=;

2.

to start

-^,, ()

anything

-5,

)

to

carry with

;

a

some

lease from.

found,

to be puffed

Med. with aor. 2 act. up : to grow again.
f.

mostly used as Dep.
aor. I
aor. 2

the

of a horse, to throw c. ace. to rear up and throw the mane back, rear tip : the rider hence to overthrow, upset.
f.
;

down on
to

ing

draw.

Hence

retreating.
recessus.

, , , , -, , , , , 5, . , , €, . -, ,, -, ) -, {) -, , , ) {) 5, , {, -, , , $. -, $,
[],
pf.

-, , -€, , , -^, , -^, ^,
to
f,

-, (^) , -, -, -, -,
f,

iJoO»,

to

come back

to one's senses,

to oneself.

,

a fleeing back, escape,
to

€,

:

:


:

—avbp^os.

re-

II.

a

retreat.

mostly in plur. quasi a raised border, flower-bed : any earth dug or thrown up.
poet. part. aor.

-^, , ,

pass,

mix

up, con-

defile.

f.

to breathe

up or forth

:

Pass.

up or arrogant.

, , €5, ) . -, -€, , {, ^)
poet, for

-(.

57

Adv.

{,

i

of

asunder, in twain.

f.

to be or behavt

like

a brave man.

Hence

blow or spout up, like a dolphin. to make to grow up, to produce.
pf.

,

the character

of a brave good man,
:

bravery,

manly

virtue.
f.

Hence

to

grow

Att.

Dep. -.—to

act bravely, honestly, play the honest

to call aloud,

proclaim.

Hence

aTOS,

f.

to

a proclamation. make give way, drive back
f.

enemy.

Ep.

!, Lat. viritim

Adv.

, , {, {) man
:

man.

aypa) the
by

spoils

of a slain

man,

like

for

generally, separately, apart.
dat.

to

draw

back, retire.

heterocl.

of

pf.

:

to

open

as if

mouth wide, gape wide.

, {,, —
to

^^, , —
=
fut.
:

from Dep.

Att.

:

aor.

Pass., fut.
:

but also med.
:

-,
:

= //;.

aor.

1

pf.

f.

-(,
f

pour (am,
to

over.

6$) Pass,

to get the first

reduce to slavery, esp. to sell freemen into slavery, (and so worse than Lat. vendere sub corona Pass, to be sold into slavery.
: :

to

-,)
,

-€,
excess.
II.

the chin.

dance on high.
(cos,

, , (4)
to
to

begin a choral dance

(5,

,

and

{-

intr.

selling

freeman

into

slavery,

enslaving

:

kidnapping.

a pouring over, spend-

,

,

slave-

dealer, one
sold

who kidnaps men
a
slave, esp.
it

to sell them.

-«, ,
f.

heap up.

one made

in

war and
from

f

go

back, retire, retreat, withto the right

to

come back, revert

owner.

fws, Ion. los,
2.

, a going
to

back, retiring,
retreat,

vile,

a means or place of
Att.

Lat.

-{[, ,
f.

retire.

to the vote again.

from

-, , 5, 5, () ,
fut.

,

make
:

to

go back
to

or

Att.

(, $)
II.

much
put

Hence

($,

,

€£us,

aor. 2

fresh air, to cool, refresh : generally, to cheer : vavs to overhaul the ships, make them sound Med. to breathe fresh air again, revive, [] again :

fut.

also pf which appears
like
:

pers.

Lat. placet.

-, , ^ . -. -, , (. , «( , . , , ^, . . . $,
:

— -, - (, $) —
a thing
:

^
,
(nt.

,

a putting to the vote again. a cooling, refreshing.

a cooling, refreshing.
rest.

From
:

Pass.,

aor. I

[D]

:

to revive by

(,
recovery

Ion. manliness, manly spirit, courage, Lat. virtus, fortitudo. eiKckos) an image of a man, II, a flesh-coloured paint. a statue.

€.

, , -,
:

Homer

uses

in dat.

as if

(Deriv. uncertain.)
(s,

Lat. servilis, opp. to (KivOfpos.

. Dim.
is,

dat. plur.

, . {, $)
of of
II,

($) slavish, ser-

a manikin, [ap]

loading a man, as

-, , {) -€€, , {,
ov.

as a

man

can carry.

:

€$, , €,
belonging
to

Ion.

a man, manly, masculifie

,

,

ov,
:

manliness.

meals of the Cretans, also the older Hence Spartan

poet, for

impf.
:

aor. 2

«.
:

(,

Ep. Ep. Dor.

Ion. kavSavov:

and

:

(the

Root

is

-,
dat.

[a]

:

of

in aor. 2

and

fut.)

:

to please, delight,

in

Homer and Herodotus
impers.,

always

c.

,

^. , (. $, , {, *) ( . . €'€$, ($,
name

€,
:

{) neut. to

of or

the public
for the

=

ov,

,

man-slaying.
see

,

poet, for

for

dat. plur.

Ion. for

pres. pass, part

wvos,

ep. = vpoa. . Ion. for
ov. Ion. for

like

Ion. for

,

($.

58

one from bis home, the avenger of blood in cases of murder, [a] ing. dvSpCa, late form of avSpcla. (avSpiavTOVoios) to be a statuary.

Hence

maker, statuary, sculptor.
avTos,
6,

statue.

become a man,

manly : also of things, strong, stout Adv. avSpucws, apartment. like a man; Sup. II. composed i5os, 17, = of men. poet, for TO, Dim. of a manikin. poet, for verb. Adj. of one must play aor. 2 of the man. Ep. 3 sing. Adv. after the manner of men. aor. I oi

eating, catinihal.

, . , ,, €, , -$, ) -8,
f.

, ,
f.

, -,
:

:

, , (, €\)

,
,

to

banish

from home.

he that drives

^€—€.
From

: :

,
homicide.
f.

-$,

-yos,

statuary, sculpture.

-iroios, ov, 6,

($,
the

)

a statue•

{) ^^, , () and , ()
to to think

image of a man, a

Pass, to become a
es,

6v,

make a man of: Pass, to act like a man. of or for a man, masculine,

Adv.

-6, (, *) $, -5; €-$, , () -, (, ~ €6, ^, ()
:

ov, (p&yeiv) eating men : ol Cannibals, mentioned in Herodotus. ov, man-destroyII. pass. ov hence the blood of slain men.
:

(, (, 6&,

)
,

wTos,
ov,

6,

,

(,

man-

maphrodite a effeminate person. II. as Adj., of baths, used both by men and women. ov, man-slaying, mur-

-5, —
:

ov,

derous.

taming

Minerva.

ing

bands.

-, (, ) ) €€, (, -, (, -€5, ^) -^, ^, ^, () (, ) -., -, €, -5, (, ) €€, -€, () -, (, )
:

-$,
,
Adv.
:

(, ') (, weak
(,
[]

yeveaOai) begetting men. a man-woman, her-

)
the

avTos, man-slaying,
ov,

, ,

man-

3 sing, aor, 2 with no pres. in use, of armour, to clash, ring loudly; of doors, to creak or grate loudly. Ion. for aor. I of ov, (a privat., not vouched for unwedded. f. -eyepiv aor. I aveytipa to wake up, rouse, esp. from sleep metaph. to rouse, encourage Pass, to be awaked, wake up. Hence

-€5, -€6,

£6,

. . . ^, . .
Sup.
aor.
I

, , .. 8, . €, .
pass. part. o(

ov, man-slaying: fem. murderess of her husband. ov, , = a man-slayer,

to rear up to manhood: man, reach manhood. cTSos) like a man, manly.

Ion.

wvos,

a

mans

&-€,

-, -€3€,

((,

aor. I of

aor. I

med.

-€€,

6€,
;

€>)

:

receiving men.

Oea)

man-goddess,

i.

e.

without reproach.

Hence

men: hence

,. , ) ) )
ov,

$, — man-slaying, , , murderous.
,
f.

from

a man, from men.

man-weary-

wrought by men's

, (6$)

slaughter of men.
to

carelessly.

slay men.

(, -€€,,,, (, (, -5,

,=

-, -, ,
-irats,

, -, -€,
,

-KTOvos, ov,

man-slaying. murderess.
fighting with

vepy.

the prop. n.
ov,
fs,

husband,

-, , ) .
(S,

,

(, , (, -) 5, , — manhood. (, wedded
5, , (,
$ioTOs
f.

() (, $) , (,
irais)

Andromache, [a] of man or men, human.
of a man's height. a youth near manhood. irXrjeos) a multitude of men. hurtfid to men.
man-sphinot.

,

) ,
life.

getting

man

or

to eat

men.

From

. . . , ) , .,
or,

melancholy.

, . -, -,
€€,
aor. l of

, . ,.. . ^, ^, . .
ov, gen. ovos,

waked

up, wakeful.

ov, (a privat.,

not accused:

aor. I act.
aor. 2 of

and

pass, of

pf.

and

I pi.
I

aor,

Ep. aor. of

2 pass,

of

Adv.

II.

let loose, without restraint without more ado, simply.

3 sing. aor.

2

€•€,

of Ep. 3 sing. aor. I of impf. aveepyov, old Ep. form of
irreg. aor. 2

vepy,

(

privat.,

()

unwished for:
2. aor. 2 act.

aor. I pass, oi

of

avtirw, opt. aor. 2 act. of (a privat., EiKeiOvia) without the aid

-66, ,
v-€t€,f.
Pass, to

of Eileithyia.

(v.

to

wind up
act.

or roll together:
pass,

crowd

or throng together.
pf.

and

of

-


dveiXov,

, (, -€.,
but also to
suppliant.

€€5, Adv. €4$,
of
let loose, carelessly
:

-,
go up
ov,

aor. 3 act.

and med. of

pf. pass. part,

without restraint.

€ -,, .
: : : :

:

:

— €$€9.
f.

m
in Att.
pf.

of

'-

€\, but

ibo) to

go up :
back,

to sail out to sea

-\) — bow
:

aor. I

pass,

inland.

II. to

approach, as a
return.
cifta)

-€,
av-eiireiv,
I

III. to

go

go home,

to draw up, to hold up : esp. to draw up a to its full stretch : vavs to haul up ships high and dry : to drag to light, to drag into open court Med. to draw to oneself;

(\
()

(as if

gen. ovos,

(a privat.,

without

clothing, unclad.
aor.
pass,

{, €€)
f.

-65,
less.

to tear one's

,

own

,,
1.

aor. 2
(as
:

(from give notice.

-,
:

impf. avf€pyov.

) -€,
draw
to

€, -,
f.

-€) ,
to

if

with no pres. in use pf. from avap-piw)
;

dv-iXiriaTOS, ov,

(

( privat., $) without hope.
privat.,
II.

hair.

II. to

draw

^
back.

[], with from

unhoped for,

unlooked for.
hope, hopeless.

to say aloud,

proclaim,
in poet,

of persons, having no of things, leaving no hope, hopeact.

keep back,

pf. pass., v.

aveinuv.

Ep. and Ion.

to inquire of, inquire about.

,
;)
to

ward

off,

(^,
for

,
to

((
sible.

III.

Adv.
(a

-5,

hopelessly;

to be in despair.
ov,
privat.,
II. act.

dv-€os,
d-v€€o8,

not going to or into. ov, (a privat.,

[], poet, and Ion.

-(,

blame, without offence. d-v€os, ov, (a privat.,

(for the tenses, wreathe together. dveCs, part. aor. a of

-6,

back.

having no share.

-, (,
^f-^3.ros,

e/ias)
II.

.
l/fos)

r. f

fasten on or to

Adv. of Place, from above upwards, on high, Lat.

ayKaOcv. dv-eKas, Adv. sursum.
cf.

(,
ov,

of Time, /rom the first.

dv-€os,

ov, (a privat.,

(a privat.,

() ^^)
€5)
(^)

swift as the wind. windy, exposed to the wind : like wind, swift as wind, airy, [d] *'ANEM05, 0, a wind, Lat. ventus ;

, .
()
dv6os,
a, ov,

^) ^)

inacceS'

free

from
II.

not distributed.

(($) full of wind, windy.
i

dv€vv, aor.
dv€6s,

(aVe/ios) Pass, to be driven with the wind.
pass, of

,[.-6\%,,(($,()

€,

ev,

((8)

without outlet.
inde-

a whirlwind ;

scribable, extraordinary.

-€8,

being in the north. and Hesiod mention four winds, Boreas, Eurus, Notus (in Hes. Argestes), and

€$Homer
[a]
is,

(\ €$

the

wind

ov, (a privat.,

cape, inevitable.

-€5,
dv6v [],
dv€K\ivo, aor.

ov, (a privat.,

dv-cKXewTTTOS, ov, (a privat.,
I act.

aor. I pass. o(

dv-€os, ov, (a
,

dv-ۥrT,

fut.

-(,
of
privat.,

dauntlessness. rb dv€KpaYov, aor. 2 of to be borne. av-€KT€OS, ov, verb. Adj. of 6v, bearable, tolerdvcKTOs, ov, later able : Adv. dv6s, so as to be borne.

— -€5,

indescribable.

being questioned

-,
-€5,
money
ov,

ov, (a privat.,

. . , ) ., {) , ()
/)
to fill

without es-

Zephyrus

:

Aristotle

points of the compass,

unspeakable.

dv€o-€1s,
dv6o-pes,
;

unfailing.

the wind.

up or again. undaunted

of a wave made tough by the wind.
f.
:

) ) ' (($
gives twelve,

which served

as

(($,

sheltering from

«,

(^,
pass,

fed

by the wind,

a spear

from a
:

tree

pf.

:

expose to the wind

(($)

to

Pass, of a wave, to be raised by

the

wind.

unhindered. dv-eoos, ov, (a privat., €-5, (€8, ojkvs) swift as the wind.

€)

unutterable,
safe

€9,,
€€,
:

(s,

ov,

(^)

windy,

(oVe/xos) the wind-flower,

ov,
:

(a

privat.,

k\ey)

tiot to

be refuted, unrefuted.

dv-6€v,
merciful.

ovos,

6,

,

(a privat.,

^)

dveXftv, dvcXcoOai, aor. 2 act. and med. inf.

( privat., eXeos) unmerciful. dvcXcvOepia, , (€\(€$) illiberality.
dv€X€V0€pi6'rqs, 77T0S,
ij,

=

dv-eXcvOepos, ov,
in

illiberal, slavish, Lat. illiberalis

dvev, dv-«, Att. -,

matters, niggardly,
aor. I pass, of
f.

,

.
^^^,

.
un-

from

dv-€v6s, is, not in want. dv-€v€Kos, ov, (a privat.,

aor. I act. of dveveiKa, poet, for dvcveiKaTO, aor. I med., avivuxOeis aor. i pass. part.

^,

):
i.e. vain, fruitless.

anemone.

inadmissible.

see kvqvoOe. dviVTCS, aor. 2 part. pi. of dv-cgaXei-n-TOS, ov, (a privat.,

-. ()
:

av-ilikiyKTos, ov, (a privat.,
refuted
irreproachable. ov, (a privat.,
ov, (a privat.,

«';)

indelible.

From

the proof, not convicted or refuted

not put to impossible to be
not to be

-6|€€5,

searched out, unsearchable.

to unroll, like Lat. evol2.

-€€5,

vere, of

books in rolls, and so read and explain. metaph. aviKiaauv to pass one's life.

out, not inquired into.
life

II.

)

€(()

not searched
a

without inquiry.


:

60
av-6|€vp€T0S, ov,

(

privat.,

found

€|-5,

out.

Qv,

bearing.

-€5,
see
ov,

{,

oy, (a privat.,

)€£)
privat.,

^)

ave^€vp€Tos
not to be
evil

€. «6,
;

enduring

:

for-

€, ,.
aor. i of
aor. 2

-6,
cf.

not to be

love again.

traced out. av-e|o8os, ov, (a privat., t^oSos) with no outlet, without return, Lat. irremeabilis. ovcoi or aveoi, v. sub avews.

avfopTos Upwv without share in festal
ov,

having no cause for shame.

from rushed up.

some, without offence. to take ill.

,.) , -€5, ) , --, , .5 -, )
love.

-€5,

.,)
aor.
1

med. and
Dep.

act.

of

{,
not

)

to

ov,

(a privat.,

worthy of

-,

-€5,

II. act. fiat

loving.

ov, (a privat., (tpyov) not

done ;

'^ by up and

-5,

(

privat.,

without festival;
rites.

-€€2|,
off.

-«,

hat. facta infecta.

old form of
f.

-''^.
provoke again.
Dep., only used
:

*-€€', (,
in 3 pi. aor. i

to

')
:

(a

Homer

to snatch

carry

Ep. for av-eiraX(To, 3 sing. aor. 2 med. with pass, sense, he was thrown up,

-€£,
:

-€€5,
:

f.

to search out.

ov, (a privat.,

»)
from
to

out

not to be searched out.

-€5,
out plots
:

aor. l of
es,

(

privat.,

(5)
2.

not burden-

(,

Ep.

aor.

«€, -€€8,
-€$,
heiress,
act.

aor. 2 of

-.
(

Adv.,

not

to creep up.

ov,

privat.,

an

-€5,
€(€, , -€'65,
:

unforeseen.

unfair

Adv. -Tws, without

be laid hold of or attacked : blameless. av-eirigcaTos, ov, (a privat.,
over, not finished off.
ov, (a privat.,
:

reproved

sacrifices.

examining, inattentive.

of

unknowing, unskilful: unscientific: how to do a thing. Adv.
ov,

) -€, --, ) €, , .. , ,, . ) -€5, () () . 5 () , () , .) . €, , ),
not plotting.

6/3;6) with-

-€, -€,

to question, ask.

aor. I

(as if

aor. I
:

with notion of bad luck

not plotted against.

abi in

km5iKos) undisputed: of about whose marriage there is no dispute.
ov, (a privat.,
ov, (a privat.,

-6, -6 -€.
malam
rem.
f.

,
:

)
:

not searched

Dep.
:

come or go away, away with you, Lat.

[a]

:

to

begin to blush.

Ion.

:

f.

[]

:

to

draw

up.

unexpected,

fut.

unfairness.

is,

(a privat.,

€$)

From

Adv. -kws.

ov, (a privat.,
censtire.

-6''5,

ov, (a privat.,

)
Adv.
c. inf.

:

pf.

:

:

aor.

2

or

to

go

up, of trees, to

grow

up
to

unreasonable,

unblamed.

of the sun, to rise : of fire, to blaze up. II. or cojtie back, return : recur to a thing. 2. Tiva to be referred to or made dependent upon one.
:

$

go

-6,
€€5,
3

f.

to

ask again or repeatedly.

not to

Ep. aor.

i

opt. oi

-$.

pi. aor. 2

oi

not polished not to be

6€, Ep. €$, $,

part, of
for

aor. I of
fut.

3 sing.

of

Ion. los,

,

a relaxing, as of
:

:

fatdtless

but in bad sense, incorrigible.

the strings of a lyre, relaxation

:

listlessness

-6••€05, ov, (a privat.,
av-tiriaKfTTTOs, ov,

not used for

an abating of

evils.

2.

a letting

loose, esp.

of the passions,

licence.

(a privat.,

not

,

II. pass, not considered. ignorance, inexperience : want

-€5,

3 sing. aor. 2 pass, of aor. 2 of
ov,

(

privat.,

without hearth or

-€,,
skill

or science.

From

manded,
privat.,

-, -6€8,
-€'•8,

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

(

-.
Adv.
2.

privat.,

subject to

no one.
Ion.

prejudicial, hurtful.

unfriendly.

censured.

-,

€($)

ov.

-6€05,

unfit, inconvenient, not suitable:

of persons, ill-disposed,

-, ) , 6
not knowing
not comov,

home.

aor. 2 of

6€€, -.
,
I

poet, lengthd. for

f.

-$.

aviTCuXe, 3 sing. aor. aor. 2 of
2. set free

ov, (a privat.,

ov,
:

(a

privat.,

envy or reproach

not invidious.

) $)
Adv.

,

(a

av-CTOS, ov,

-. *. ()
to search thoroughly.

of

relaxed, slack

bow.

.

from

labour, ranging freely.
Lat. sine
3. in

[d], aor. 2 pass, oi

Prep, with gen. without;
divine aid
2.
;

. ,
;

properly of a

not to be

Diis, without
injjissu regis.

KpaivovTOS, Lat.

away from, far from.
cries

without

prose, except, besides.

-$.

-€,

to

honour with

ofevael

:


:


i.

; :

:

:

€€—
avtvOe, before a vowel avtvQiv, (avev)

avrjkvaLs,

Prep.
II.

2. apart from, far from. with gen. without. Adv. far away, distant : out of the way.

^, ,
av6u> or

avi(aya, Att.

av-€v06TOS, ov, (a privat.,
inconvenient.

(($)

not well placed,
not having to

for avuvrai, 3 pi. perf. pass, of (as if from they have been render an account, irresponsible : hence guiltless. not wished given up or devoted. av-€VKTOS, ov, (a privat., gen. Att. form, of an obsol. Adj. II. act. not wishing or praying for, , for. avavos, avdos (a privat., to cry), without a voice, dvevpeiv, aor. 2 inf. of

-65,
dvcupecris,

ov,

(a privat.,

av-eijp€TOS, ov, (a privat., evp'iCKw)

not to be found out.
f.

-€,
I

aor.

find

covered

-€€,
-€€5,
:

to shout

cloudless

-6€5,

, ^:
as if sion,

-, -,

,, ^ ^ , ^ 05, ^ (, ( -, ) , , ,. -, ,
iojs,

,

{)
:
:

) .
()
aor. 2
I

,
,
:

Ep. 3
see
pf.

pi. aor. 1 pass,

of

($.
^/oy.

-.

61

of aiOi'7Cu, part. avfq)yws, always
of

intr.

impf. of
I

dvew^a, aor.

(not

),
voy.
,
plur.

-€),

,

afindhig
tiot

out.

mute

aveo)

nom.

found
:

out,

,

{)
f.

aor. I pass,

oi

voy.
Lat. repu-

fulfilment.
to

un-Att.
:

grow young again,

med.

out,

discover

— Pass,

aor.

pass,

to

erascere.

Hence

to be

fotmd

out or dis-

to be.

-5,

,

ov,

making young again.
not arrived at

ov, (a privat.,

mans

f.

to cry out,

:

estate.

aloud with joy. Dep. to recall a prayer.
Ep.
unveiled.

ov, (a privat.,

-€€5, ^^) -€,
a leader.
f.

aor. 2

of

ov, {a privat.,

ycov€v)
in

without

Dep.

to tell as

a narra-

v.

impf.

also
pf.
:


;

:
sub sq.
:

ov, (a privat.,

exeyyvos) unwarratited.
:

tive, relate.

a 3 sing. pres. ind.

from one's hands shew to one

in prayer or in battle
<paos, to

in phrase aVexe,

hold up and shew the light to lead the nuptial proces-

make

of land,
land.
c.

part.,

put forth a head4. to uphold, support : to continue to do arep^as of the contitities to love
to
:

^ 4€
ready,

^
go
:

-, ^, — {, )
:

-5,
],
;

ov, (a privat.,

-^)

not sweetened or

also

f.

seasoned.

:

aor.

2

poet, ave:

Pass., aor. I

pf.

also occurs,

:

to
:

hold up, lift up to hold up and
;

$, or simply dvexe, (€,
2. to exalt, extol.

hold up a light

esp.

on.

3.

. . . , , -. ) , -65,
TO, dill, anise, Lat.
Ion.

5, ", {)
Ep. for
avfj,

3 sing. aor. 2 subj. of

,

ov,

made of dill.
;

.
:

anethum
poet,

also av-

or

or

aor. I of Ep. for avijiiv, impf. of aor. I of
ov,

( privat.,

not to be healed,

nightingale,
ivy.

to keep constant to

II. to hold in, keep iti ; Zeus to vojv, holding up, stopping the rain.

trans. to rise up, rise, esp. in

form

gen. to rise from, recover 2. to come forth, project: esp. of a headland, from. tojtit out into the sea. 3. to hold on, keep doing.
c.

of events, to happen

-5, , $ ,
;

the

opp.

rivato do one irremediable II. to suffer the same. hurt Adv., act. damaging beyond remedy, deadly to treat with shocking cruelty. without hearing ov, (a privat.,
incurable:
2. not never having heard a thing, ignorant of it. willing to hear, disobedient. to be unwilling to hear, to he f.

III. in-

of the sun

B.

Med.
:

Att. impf. and aor. 2

bold ojteself up, and so to hold up against a thing, endure, allow, hold out, last : so in part., they bear with patience. 2. ^dvovs to allow the presence of guests, and so to receive them. II. to hold up what is one's own ; to hold up one's hands to fight. III. rarely, to bold on by one
another.

— propeny to

^
fem. of
ov, 0,
6,

vcs, $, ,

,
77,

, '2,

-5, -( ^, -, , {, ) eya \. (. -5, ) (( €$
disobedient.

:

f.

or

:

act,

c.

dupl.

augm.

i)v€-

have come up

refer or pertain to a person or thing.

, ) ,,. ,
)
From

-

,

ov, (a privat.,

unheard
to.

of.

II.

unwilling
f.

to hear, disobedient. to

reach up

2.
:

to

to a point, ks

impf. and aor.

I

of ava-

mans

(6$,

a female cousin.

From a first-cousin's son. a first cousin, a cousin. Hence
cousinship.

sunless, gloomy. Dor. avoXiiros, ov, (a privat.j ij\i^ a kind of shoe) unshod, barefoot. 3. a going up.
ov, {a privat.,

,
-8,

3 sing. aor.
ov,

I

of

(

privat.,

not yet arrived at

estate.

5)

(35, , ,

a coming back.

{)

62

savage

calm ;

without the blast of storms. Ep. pf. 2 intr., with pres, signf. Homer has it twice, blood gushed steam mounted from forth the wound ;
:

up.

to he accomplished, endless, aimless.

like avavSpos.

'ANH'P, 0, gen. avdpos, dat. avep: plur. dvdpes, avipos, etc., dat. pi.
woman,
Lat. vir (not homo). to God,

, . -€, , -€, , ,$ . €$ , , ( ( , () -8 -5, ) -, {(, ) -, -, ) ) , . , , ,(). . €|, -, , -, -, , ^ ^,
aor.

-€5, ,

.) ^) , , ^ «,

, -, -€5,
:

——

:


.
to lay


hold
turn.

.

,( ,(
(

of

of, seize, attack.

hold of in re-

privat.,

privat.,

unmilked. not tame, wild,

TO,

($) a blossom.

of plants, wild.
3 sing, ind., a calm.

verb. Adj. of

one must hold

to,

aor. I inf. of

of which tense

cleave to

:

so also plur.

is

3 sing. subj.

,

From
for

f. to draw or pull against. otos, to, poet, for or

,

privat.,

di/e^os)

without wind,

,=

:

(tyvos tattooed

avev

with flowers.

€$, $, , = 5.
06$, 6, ,

also eis in fern., flowery, flowered:

(Formed

as if

from a Verb

and

,(

*€.)

of works in metal, embossed with flowers. = a flower.

,

privat.,

not flowers.

-ovpy 6s,

, ,

$,

From

flowing from

,*('^) working inflowers.

opos, 6, (a privat.,

unmanly, dastardly,

es,

contr. for

€-€$, (^,

3 sing.
f.

,

pf. pass,

of

to cry aloud.

flowery, blooming. fut. med. of dv06O, Ep. for aor. 2 med. imperat.

ace.

vac.

:

-5.

7)

(

Ep. also gen. a man, as opp. to II. a man, as opp.
III.

€.

as opp. to a youth.

IV. a man, emphatically, a
;

, . , . . ,, ) , -.
oXiyoi

man

Virgil's vir gregis.

unconquered, unconquerable. Dor. for or Dor. and Aeol. for

fire

Dep. choose one thing instead of another
f.
: :

instead.

killed in turn.

be rivals

', -$, -$. ,, -5, -, ,-5, . -) . , €, ) , -8, , , -3. . , . -8, -5, , .. . , () , , -. , -(, ) -,() -5, , , $, -, -. ,) , -5, -,
€5.
V.

indeed, opp. to

\

husband;

, ', , -€,
,
the ear.
2.

the chin, Lat. mentum. and dvOcpiKos, 6, = a stalk. iKos, 6, the beard of an ear of corn,

$, ,
a

stalk.

a man,

Ep. for

() ((,
$,

3 plur. aor. 2 of

,

to feast in return.

days' festival of Bacchus

Anthesterion.

Att. crasis for

aor. I pass, of
aor. 2 of

, ,(
Att.

poet, for

, the month Anthesterion, eighth of the Attic year, answering to the end of February and beginning of March.
the Anthesphoria, a festival off while
in

privat.,

unploughed.

,
f.

,,

.
:

the Feast of Flowers, the three
at

Athens, in the

month

honour of Proserpine, who was carried

aor.

act.

and

pf. pass,

of gathering flowers.
Ep. for

or

,

, ($,

From

Ion. for

,(

bearing flowers. 3 sing. aor. 2 med. of

privat.,

;

irvp

,
,
3 sing.
aor.
I
f.

. . , ,(
i.

to bloom,

sea, av0eiv vfKpois to be

colours, to

be bright
to

:

blossom : metaph. of the overspread with corpses of metaph. to bloom, flourish,
in

Att. for

abound

men

:

to be at the height,

privat.,
e.

"H<^ataTOs) without real the fire of discord.

as a disease.

,=^$,
,

aor. I pass.

o(

pf. pass,

imperat. of

fresh,
tion.

young
2.

pass,

of

flowering, blooming : hence in full force, in perfecbright-coloured. ^. of styh, florid.

,

a blossom.

— metaph.
pf.

to lay

, -, -,
aor. I
II. to dispute,
f.

(,
:

:

Pass.

:

to be beaten

:

to

in turn, give

way

to prefer, choose
to.

, — €65,
to

in turn.

lay claim

f.

Pass, to be caught or

as with flowers
to

:

to race

, (,
Ion.

Dep. to vie with another, one another. From
rivalling.
f.
:

; and so, bloom : to be dyed ; part. pf. of one whose hair is sprinkled with white.

Dep.
2. to

:

hold

of,

meddle with, engage

in.

lay

,. -,
,

flower-bringing. strew with flowers : to deck Pass. to dye with colours ;

metaph.

, ($)
f.

offloxvers, blooming, fresh.
:

,

Dep. to ride against. Hence a sham-flght of horse.

=

:

:

and impf.,

Pass,

, , 4,
in fut.
set against,

-, (, ).
esp. in battle
:

and
II.

aor. i

to set

compare, Lat. componere.
to

intrans. in

also in pf. act.

to

-5, (,
ov,

flowers.

dv6o-80Kos,

) -, ,(,) (, ) .€,
ov,
ov,

stand against, withstand, oppose. to bestrew with flowers f. From have flowers showered upon one.

,

,, , -($,

, Causal
in pres,
to

:. '',

:

ea
a wild bee

over against

:

to

nest.

Med.

or

aor. 2

pleaser.

Pass.

skin,

garlanded with

£$, , )
of

, ,
:

a bee or wasp. Hence , TO, the honeycomb of a wild bee : a wasps'
ov,

,

(, )

:

6. Dim.

contr,

dvp

of

,
(sub.
i.

a man-

), ,
,

a manikin. a man's
ov,

ov. Ion.

dvp••tos,

living on flowers.

human

belonging to man, befitting mans nature, Adv. -cws, by human means, in all human

with flowers, partly-coloured.
f.

Hence

Greek poems, which one editor were) into a nosegay. gathering flowers. ov, to Dep. 2. to conmake a mutual agreement or compact. fess or give thanks in turn. From to feed on flowers. feeding on flowers. ov, Pass, and to arm against f. Med. to be armed, arm oneself against. dvOope, poet, for 3 sing. aor. 2 of f. to lie at anchor, be moored opposite one another. fos, t6, that which buds, a young bud or sprout : a flower ; the bloom of a flower : also of Lat. things, the froth or scum on water : avOos II. metaph. the flos vini, the crust on old wines. the bloom of bloom flower of a thing, youth generzWy, grace, pride, hofiour : also the height 2. brightness of of anything, bad as well as good. colour, brilliancy, as of gold. redolent of flowers : ov, 6, generally, sweet-scented, as epithet of wine. a flowering, bloom. ,
collections of small

, ,
(as
:

-5, (, (,
f.

to

produce flowers.

ov,

-KpOKOS, ov,

,

) )

receiving flowers.

probability.

From

hearing flowers.

woven or worked
to

Pass, to become

(vo'yo)

, a flower-gathering
it

:

'/

gather flowers.

were

made up

-5, (, ^) '/) — -,, (,
:

, €
--^,
to

dvpros, ,
f.

08, ,, , ()
man.
ov,

, ()
ov. Ion. for

.
all
e.

(man

to behave like

a

dvOpuiTiov, TO, Dim. of

^, -, -^,

€, -€, ,

(, ,

)

*02,

-, (, () (, -, . ", (, ) . -08, ",
, ,
man-god,
i.

manikin, Lat. homuncio.
e.

, , .(, ) , -,
man, human;
to
the fortunes

of or for a man, human. of, from or belonging of man.

—Adv.,

mankind;

commit human,

venial, errors.

.

Dim. of

a

little

man,

a deified man, hero.

,

()

in the shape of

a man.

dvpo-vos, ov,

murdering

men, homicidal. men.

II.

proparox.

murdered by men;

a feeding on slaughtered

,

flowery

bright-coloured.

to

coal or charcoal, hot coals.
pf.

be burnt to cinders.

, ) ) €, , , () ,,, ", ,
f.

-, (, ) <, ,()() ,'(6.
.<\>,
:

to

bear flowers.

-8, (,
ov,

=

From

bearing flowers,

, , , . . , ^) $, -, ,, (, €,
17,

a making of man.
Lat.

From

vv,

making man.
:

, man,

01

men

in general,

homo (not vir) mankind ; so,
of all men.

plur.

or

most or

least

Like

joined to another Subst., as it expresses cona wayfaring man. As opp. to tempt, as Lat. homo opp. to vir : used in addressing
it is

slaves,

The

fern,

, (like

homo

fem. in Lat.) a

slay or sacrifice men.
f.

or man'' s flesh.

-$, , (, ,,() ,
blooming.

of the nature offlowers,

cannibal.

,
,
f.

woman.
f,

Att. crasis for

to

(^.^')

to eat

men

-5, (,
ov,

Hence , an eating of men.

dvOpaKCvs,

f.

to be

a charcoal-burner. Hence a charcoal-burner : to burfi

a cinder.

, Ep.

,,
2.
:

heap of turn. blackness as of coals.
Pass.
:

()

:

to

-55, -. -, ,(, ) -, -, , '•€,
,
potit.

(payetv) eating men,

of man's nature.

and Ion.
to

for

abuse one another, abuse in

to

bring

to trial or indict in turn.

f.

,

,

to be

And proconsul. From proconsular.

6,

coal or charcoal, mostly in plur.

dv-v1oos, , a

proconsul, for

,

a wasp or hornet.

pro consule.

,

Lat.


64

for another,

-, ) -, ) -, () -ۥ, ') -, -4, ) -, ). . ,,[ ,
f.

Ep. subj. for avrj, opt. inf. avftvai, avevT(s Pass, aor. i pf. a mutual yielding. send up orforih, make spring avW-rrctlis, fois, Dep. fut. up, produce, as the earth esp. send up from the II. send back. to dissemble or make pretences instead, or nether world. Ill, let go. 2. avicvai Tivi to let loose against one, set in answer. [] make upon him, like Lat. immitiere alicui : hence generally, f.
yield in turn.
in

Hence

-,
:

, (, ()
,


;

but

part.

:

(,

. €
:
:

:

:

:

(,

)—
: :

,

:

:

-

:

a counter-affidavit.

ness.

,
Hence
:

(,

sei on.

(/,

(,
aros,
fut,

to suspect

mutually.

loosen,
pass,

to return

a kind-

(,

,
:

sure

;

€4$ €€$

undo:

3. io lei alone, let:

— Med. ^,

Pass,

be lei go,
lefi

going free,
ei's

one's will

go free ; part, pf, and plea-

a kindness done in return.
take

away
:

in return.
2

(,
uses

aor.

--

hence of a bow,
remit
in Act.

to

place oneself under a

thing in another's stead, to iake on oneself, underiake
pf. pass,

05, , .

wholly engaged in a thing relax, properly unsiring : hence neglect, give over, Pass, to be slack or unsirung. V, intrans, relax, be remiss, Lat. remisse agere.
IV, like Lat, remiiiere,
Ion. for aviapos.

of

Ion.
it

Homer

ance of our
times
to be

, , -.,
feast,
di'ta.]

act,

grief, sorrow, distress, trouble : the annoyof a person, baiTos or somein Horn., later

,

act.

-5, -5,

Dor. for
ov,

(

.
,
[t]
:

[]

privat., 'ikovos) insufficient.

av-iK€T€\n-os, ov, (a privat.,

not entreating. ov, (a privat.,
gen.

Hence

aor.

I

grieve, disiress.

grieved or distressed, feel grief, sorrow. [] fut. [] Dep. to cure again, restore. Ion, and Ep. dviapos, , ,

.

,

grievous, distressing : irreg.
grieved, distressed.
later also avt"-.]

Adv.

-5,

incorrigible.
fut.
pf.
:

,
:

ov, (a privat.,

[]. Ion.
:

Pass, with fut.
:

aor.
tress

I
:

pf.

Pass, /o be grieved, etc.
this
:

€$,
Homer
esp.

be vexed

, -5,
avicts,

— Homer has

as Adj.

a joyless, melancholy man.

) . -5,(), ) : -, -€. () -, ,)
-puis.

Comp. /7;/)5.
[In

,
:

.

conquerable.

intr.

€5)
by

-, ,
-,
mount
f.

)
:

€€)

entreated:

unconquered, un-

Att. for av-i\aos, (a privat.,

unmerciful,

, ()
:

(, $) —
;

to

draw up water
or haul

leather straps

:

generally to

draw

Homer

$,
II.

Pass, to get up,

mouni up

so also intr. (sub.

— ),
up

up.

civios, ov,

= aviapos.
to ride

incurable

of men,

ov, (a privat., lovXos) beardless.
f.

-'•'•€•,

on high.

aor. I

Dor.

med.

:

without a horse, not serving on horseback: o( countnes, unsuiiedfor horses.
-iiriros, ov, (a privat.,

grieve, dis-

;

&., = ,,

,

gen. itoSos,

(!,
2.

Ion. aor.

i pass. part.
[t

TTovs) with

unwashenfeet.
oui.

in

a-viirros, ov, (a privat.,

unwashen.

not

always, later also .] aor. 2 inf. of a pres.
ov, (a privat.,

lazily, slowly.

sweat, not exerting oneself.
2

-, -5, ,
€,
of av-Upos,

having no fixed home, vagabond. Adv. of avihpon-os, wiihoui sweai
ov, (a privat.,

and 3

dviets, 2 sing. pres. of

Pass,

and Med. of
inf.

avicvai, pres.
inf.

-€ (( €€, -^, (, (, )
to

of

, ,, , -, . . ) , -, .. -,
unseiiled, resiless
:

*-, ) )

be

washed

look up.

-5,
:

avis, Boeot. for avev, also
ov, also

Megarean.
Att.]

, ov, (a
[
make

privat., iaos) unequal,

un-

even

metaph. unfair,
f.

Ep.,

:

hence

equal,

Hence equalise Med. and

Pass,

be equal in a thing.

not ihrown into a

and

for

imperat. of

-

sing. impf. of

(,

later

form

for sq.
:

I.

Causal in pres. and

impf., in fut.

and

aor. I

make

send up.

2. pres.

ibo)

( , ,
impf.
;

, -,
:

ov, (a privat., lepos) unholy, impious.

Ion. impf. of
I

aor.

.
go

up.

siand up, raise up, sei up : io raise from sleep, Lat. excilo, una from ihe dead: later, io set up, build:

[']

sei up.

Ion. for aviaOeis, aor.

i

pass. part,

of

also 2 sing. pres. avius, 2

3

()

sing. impf. avids,
fut.

u

;

Ion. 3 sing, avieaxe (as
:

also
:

aor. I

Ep. also

aor. 2 not used in sing, ind.,

,

.
Ion.

up again. 2, io rouse io action io up io rebellion. 3. io make people rise io leave iheir homes : iransplani ihem ; though in Pass,, and intr. tenses, it usu. means to be unpeopled, laid waste ;
also to build
:

stir

if

and from

pliants rise

^
and

a wasted land

:

also to

make

leave sancluary.

4. to raise

for war.

II. in aor. I

to raise a city

med. also trans., for oneself.

-

sup-

men
III.


intrans. in Pa«s.
pf.

stand up, rise: rivi to rise up against one to start up for action, to rise from ones seat as a mark of respect ; to rise from sleep : to rise from the dead : to rise from an illness to rise to go, set out.
plqpf.
to

, , , , {,5) 08, , {) , -. - -€, -, , , . 6 $, , 5, {)
and
also without
i.

,
to
rises.
inf.

:

aVL(TTOp€lu
with aor.
2 act.

-(, .
make

, -5,

aor.

(£. -.
dvoi^is,
f<us,

Adv. of need to wail,
ov,
I

( privat.,
of

voyvv. , {voyvv) an opening.
inf.

, )
e.

65

without wailing: with impunity, []

unmourned.

passable.
Asia.

., , . . , {- , -, , , €,, -.€. , {) ) -|, -, ) , -, )
the sun
fut.

-<€, -=^'4,
:

verb. Adj. of

one must report.
reported,

f.

inquiry, ask.

Ion.

, 6v,

for

imperat. of

referred for decision.
f.

\$

to raise, lift up.

2.

intr.,

to

goad to madness.

of

-, ',
dv-o8os,

Adv. of aviaos, unequally. ecus, , an equalising. f. to trace back, of a hound.

dvoiTO, 3 sing. pres. pass. opt. of
3
pi. aor. l

/.

,

pass. subj. of

,

pf.
II.

of

-4)

voyvv.
a cessation

Ion. for

3 pi. opt. of

of arms, armistice.
ov,

a hindrance.

poet. aor.

1 subj.

o{

€$,

poet, for

3 sing, of

Ep, for avecpeKos.
poet.
poet, for

-5,, = \$. -5,
the state of

an

misery.

aor. i of

-€5,
,

ov, {a privat., oAjSos) unblest, wretched. ov, {a privat.,

f.

(, '^)

dv-o8os, ov, (a privat,,

to guide back. having no road, im-

-\\,

f.

(,

u\€0pos) not ruined. a drawing up.
to cry aloud, to
II.

ov, (a privat., not thought on, not thought on. II. act. not understanding, foolish : unreasonable, Lat. amens Ep. (avoos) want of understanding,
to he

-, -, -5,
,

(, $) a way up

2. to ivail or bewail loudly. shout with joy. Causal, to make one shout.

:

esp. into central

Dep.

II.

a way back. Dep. to set up a wailing, []

ov, gen, ovos, (a privat.,

folly.

,:
and
aor.
I

f. Ep. with double augm., impf.aveqyyov. Ion. avaoiyecKov:
:

pf. I

,
f.

, , -,
,

) )
:

into loj/d wailing,
ov,

senseless.

4,

Att.

aor. I

open, undo.

€,
to swell
fut.

pf. 2

avecuya

.
voyoa,

tercourse with others, unsociable. ov, {a privat.,

. , ) -5, ) -5,
privat.,
f.

-5, ^, , ({8)
[]

{, 6$) without
to act lawlessly.

to

break

rain.

:

Ion.

or

:

Pass,

voyvva

fut. 2
inf.

(, o'y):

fut. 3

((^
:

fut.
:

Dep.

, 5, -€,
(5,
:

Ion.

17,

{vQos)

lawlessness.

ov, {a privat.,

having no
eyes.

in-

-8, $, , {) ., {5) ,
to

without

ov, also a, ov, {a privat,,

6$)

unlike.

unlikeness.
Pass, to be so.

a

make unlike : making unlike :
:

I. to

2.

metaph.

to lay open, disclose.

as nautical term, absol., to get into the

Pass, to be open.

-, , -, {,
-^,
:

) ,
v. foreg.

open sea

:

3.

:

fut. avoidriffOJ

:

pf.

II. to

not privat., ov, agreeing, inconsistent : not admitted, not granted. without law, lawless, ov, {a privat., ii) II. without law. Adv, impious.

€8, ) -5,
f.

pf

{, ooyi)
,

voya
unlikeness.

:

:

to

agree upon a thing.

(

ooye)

-$,
:

unmusical.

-5.

Dor.

-5,
neut.

ov, {a privat,,

up:

to swell

Att.

,

with passion.
to rebuild.

make from

a person
his

abode:

change
Pass,

his dwelling, to

and Med.

to be built

-€, , {,
up
the country,
f.

to dispeople a city.

away from
III. to

up.

II.

to rebuild.

-^€,
merciless.

-, -5,
avoiKTos,

-oiKOS, ov, {a privat., oTkos) houseless, homeless.
verb. Adj. of

v-oy,

ovos, (a privat.,
ov, (a privat.,

,

,

eiv-ouKTOs, ov, (a privat., oTktos) pitiless, ruthless.
fut,

-^,

,

{voyvvc)
to

) )
wall up.
opened.

. )
remove him
2.

unprofitable, useless profitably, in vain.

pi.

,
privat.,

as Adv., un-

{ )
fut.

d-voos, ov, contr. dvovs, ovv, {a privat., vuos) with-

to

migrate.

III. in Pass.

out understanding, foolish. Adv., either (from

the coasf:

build

), -5,
shield
foreg.

unnoticed; or (from ov, {a privat.,

which distinguished the armed : generally, unarmed.

) )

upvards, up in the
hoplite,

,

of

air.

one must open. unpitying,
unpitied.

-8,
ments.

dv-oiTTOs, ov, {a privat.,
ov, also

-5, (

)

without the large not heavy-

unseen.
privat.,

-5,

)

=

ov,

(
in

privat.,

opyavov) without instru-

-(5,

ov, {a privat.,

py)
D

attended by

wail aloud.

no orgies.

II,

whose honour no orgies are held.

66

avopia

hospitable.

leap up

-, , -$, -,
dp€ios.

dvopca, dvopcos,

.•\\,,() manhood, courageous,
,
I

^.

;

:


:

[a]

aor.

to set

with double augm., impf., to set upright again, restore: straight again, set right. without harbour, inov, (a privat.,
f.
:

:
ov,
f.
:

courage,
like

{,)

manly,

[] -

dv-vCfol

f.

struggle against, vie with, esp. in war with : as Pass, to be set against. Hence

,
:

Att.
:

Dep.

:

to

to dispute

7)-

dvovs,
f.

dvT-aStKw,

$)

dv-€p, =
rivalling.

Tivi to raise one's

and crow,
to

to break dig up what has been buried av. open a grave. Dep. to jump up and dance f.
;

-, -,
:

-$, , (, 6$)
to

mount
f.

ov, (a privat.,

to strut.

Att.

-<,,

about.

)) ,
aor. I
:

-8,
,
II.

ov, b,

an adversary,

to

wrong

Med., xeipat hands against one. ov, (di'Tt, struggling against,
f.

to start up,

swiftly.

dv-co,
:

roofless.

dvTatos, a, ov,
site

()

to flap the

wings
:

:

fut. few

:

{,

( -,
hostile.

a wound in front. besought with prayers ; prayers to the gods.

(sub.

, ),
:

(( $)
rival.

or injure in return.

Med.

set

to respect one another. over against, right oppo2.

dvT

f.

aor. I
intr. (sub.

against.
sist,

II.

seemingly
to

dv-e,
return.

av-o<rios, ov, or a, ov, (a privat., oaios) unholy,

wicked, Lat. pro/anus
all the rites unpaid.

?, $, -8, -5,
:

avoaios v€kvs a corpse with

Hence
ov,

,

unholiness.

Ion,

defect, healthy

out sickness, healthy, sound: of things, free from all untouched by ill. ; avocros ov, (a privat., oareov) without bones. ov, (a privat., not returning. II. not to be retraced. ov, (a privat., voaros) without return. to break out into wailing.

-<€05,

-5, -<5, -{, (, -5,

ov, (a privat., ovs)

) )
)
fut.

( privat.,

)
:

, '02, -,
withstand.
f.

— $),
:

to

raise
to re-

with-

, . -, , -(|, dv,
demand
to

in return.

0,

a sort of sturgeon.

f.

hear in turn

:

to listen in

f.

f.

^, to

6. =
From

return a shout.
is

dvT -, ^ -7^ — give exchange — Med. one thing exchange for dv-€o, Med. give
Att.
fut.
:

in exchange,

-,
in

aTos, to, that which

given or taken
I

an exchange.

aor.

;

to

or take in

f.

without ear

without

handle.

d-vovs, contr. for a-voos. ov. Ion. for a-voaos. dv-ovraros, ov, (a privat., unwounded. dv Adv. of foreg., without wound, [t] a holding back, stopping, esp. of hostilities, an armistice. II. longsuffering, forbearance. dv to hold up, lift up. f. Ep. shortd. imperat. for

-, -, , , . , . -, -, -, dv, , . - -, ,,, , ^, . €,^.^, , -. . , (, ) ,
to sea

-5, -. •, , ()
and
inf.

give punishment in exchange for ill-conduct, to requite, punish. 3. to give words in exchange, answer. Hence dv€•.,ts, €<ws, an exchanging. dvT Med. to defend oneself against an2. to

exchange, to exchange.

,

to take

another.

to

or take in

-,
-,
f.

,

other, resist.

dvords,

aor. 2 part,

,
Ep. for Ep. for
for
II.
f. f.

()

dv-vd,
dvT

2.

to requite.

,
f.

to

to

make go up in turn. lead up against, esp.

to

put out
bring

against: generally to attack.

2.

to

up instead. dvT dvT

to destroy in return.

to

Ep. for avaaras,

:

dv-v'Jr1t,
f.

wait instead. to fill in turn or in opposition.
to plait in rivalry with. to
f.

of

of

dv-v^rp,
aor.
i,

put

in as

a complement.
against.

3 dual aor. 2 of

dv-v€t, (^,
in

(7
2

ibo) to

go up

dvp€€tv,
dvax€0€€iv,

dvT fut. and
intr.

to set

Causal in pres. and impf., up against or instead of. II.
I.

Ep. for aor. 2 inf. act. and imper. med. of dv-ax€TOs, Ep. for
Lat. coram.
as Prep.
c.

Pass.,

with aor.

and

pf.

act.,

to

rise

up

against.

dvT-a^ios, a, ov, worth just as

much

as, equivalent

Adv. over against, face to face,
gen., over against
:

to.

dv|,
dvT

Hence

irapeiacjv before the cheeks, of a veil

with

\€. -'^,
:

confronted most freq. in hostile sense, against, Aids

in turn.

dv-op6,

,

,

to

to

buy in return. speak against, reply

-, -,,
f.

to

demand

as an equivalent or
in return.

f.

to

demand

Med.

to obey in turn.

dv-'Ifp,

:

to con-

dv-^o€vt,
answer.

to keep off in turn.
f.

-(,

to

prove in return or

tradict.

give back, repay.
so.
111. intr.

meni

Med., with

face

', {, -, , -, .— ,$, $, )
to receive kindly.
f.

-, -,-, -, -, ,-,-. -€, : -.,
perf. 2 act.
f.

, . , -, -, -,
f.

-,
deliver in iurn
:

-:
II.

aor.

I

render,

. :
:

avTaTTob

i.

e.

make, so and

/—-6€, ,

f.

— —
demand
in reiurn. oui againsi.

:

:

67

IV. answer, correspond with. explain in iurn. Hence arcs, to, requital, recompense. And fojs, a giving hack in turn, repay:

oiher

,

reward.

-, , 6|5,
— Med.
f.

-€€, {( march -€|€, Dep. = ((. -€6;, ,
ibo)
io
f.

iry one by ihe siandard of anmeasure oneself againsi anoiher.

fcus,

,

aor. 2 inf. of

againsi.

{, () a
io

ride out against.
sailing out

-'•€,

f.

-(,
f.

Med.

-,

answer again.
to receive
:

to kill in return.

^-€€,
reiurn.

desiroy in return
requiie.

i/i

Pass,

and

perish in iurn.

-, -,
:

-€,,
f.

cv-6,f.£c,
io

lead (\\\ .) to advance against. to praise in reiurn.

Med.

pui

io sea against.

-€€6, (
-€'•€€,

rush upon, attack. f. to lead or march out against.

,
/it
f.
f.
f.

ibo) to

f.

sheiv

on the oiher hand.

Ion. for

f.

f.

hold oui againsi : hold oul. Dep.: lo greei in iurn:

refleci light, to reflect.

From

cs,
f.

-^])
:

reflecting light.

take part

-€€, -^,
in reiurn.

, .
i]Ooj,

speak againsi, answer.
aor.
I
:

Ion.

f.

:

of persons,
in,

come opposite

to,

:

also

etc., to

meei face meet with,

partake
aor.
f.

of.

,
I

(, -€€€ -€6,,, -€€,
Dep.
f.
:

-66, , ^^. , — • -€6, €( , -€'•€, , -€'6€,
-6€|€,
f.

-,
:

Att. -f^eAcD, to

march oui againsi. march oui against,

Dep.

=

to form counter-designs. io

shew forth in turn.
:

io desire in turn

Pass.,

tivos to have a thing desired from one. io help in return. f.
fut.

of

pass.

accuse in iurn.
i
:

f.

-€,

without any pres. in use, againsi or in answer, gainsay. Cf.
aor. 2

-€,

poet, for

-.
II.

:

aor.

-- —
-€.

retaliation.

compare

share in iitrn speak

-€, {, -, ,, ,

-€. , -(. -6, -€€, -,
Ion. for
f. f.

,
€65,

-, , -(€
to give
f.
:

med.

:

aor.

I

pass.

heed in turn.

to take ihe field against.

io enjoin in turn.

f. med. Dep.
:

Att.

:

pf.

to build foris

against in

fut.

enirusi in answer.

f.

tpavos) io coniribuie one's Pass, io be repaid.

, -€, , -6€,
i.

a rival in love.
:

From
to

io love in reiurn io sei

io rival in love.

firmly againsi,

plant

infroduce instead, stibstiiuie. firm. Hence to pay or contribuie for
suhstiiuie

II.

intr. to set

anoiher:

for another.

-, -€€, -€€, -, 6, .•\. \\, ';. €,
-€€, -\(, ,
f. f.

-€, , -€,
f.
f.

cf.

dacpopa.

one thing

-€.
io

foij,

,

Ion.

^co, to steal

away

in reiurn.

to

, .
f.

knock oui in reiurn. send oui in reiurn.

-€,
-€,
:

ask in iurn.

Dep.

hence, io value equally with,
fut.
(cf.

sail oui againsi.

-€/{T(vu>, to sireich

oui againsi: hence
fut.

() —
:

without any pres. in use pf. speak againsi, gainsay
:

compare one wiih another.
f.

pass.,

lo sally oui againsi.

given.

aor. 2

med. of

Dor. for

part.

fern,

of

-ۥ5,

in iurn.

-€, -^, , ), -(, -€, -€, -(, -,
fut.

poet, for

f.

, , -(,
Att.

intr.

hope insiead. make an inroad

-,
f.
f.

f.

put on board instead.
sq.

3 sing. aor. 2 pass. subj. of
f.

to stick right in.
to sei

f.

on fire in reiurn.
in turn.

give

way

£>,

to export insiead.

to hold againsi; II. hold one's hand so as to shade one's eyes. intrans. to hold oui against, withstand : absol. io hold III. Med. to oui : hence to suffice, be enough. hold out against something later, with gen. only, to hold on by, hold to, cleave lo. i^Kios) opposite the sun : i. e. ov,

-€, , -, , -€€€€, -6€, , -€ -, ): —
f.

-€5, $, ,
f. f.

aor. 2 ind. oi

^ .
io

- obsiinaie resislance.
:

oneself steadfasily against.

aor. 2

:

Dep.

make equal

in weight with:

[]


be
or

no denial

shall

return-love, love-for-love.
lo

ask in iurn.

to

return a kindness. wish well in return.
f.

or

to

(.
:

5(, (
:

-5,

{,

Da

68
looking east, eastern gods facing the sun.

€, ],

Ion. for

Adv.

()

.
;

€— €. , (5 ,
statues of
II.

:


to force.

like the sun.

against, face to face.
3.

to face, openly, before all.

go straight forward ;
in front.

-, -€8,
€6, -,

against another
fs,

yai

breast.

and ihos, a prop : a beam to (5, 17, an entreaty, support the outer timbers of a ship's bow, in case of prayer. perf. with pres. sense, to return a cry. a shock. f to rival in pedigree. 3 sing. aor. I opt. of to re-echo. From Dor. f. to be of a different opinion. Prep, with gen. orig. sense over against: I. ov, gen. ovos, of a difII. to denote worth, ferent opinion. of Place, opposite, before. value, put for, for, Lat. pro, instar ; one who keeps a 6, I. koTi, he is worth many people: hence counter-reckoning a check-clerk. in return for. 2. for the sake of. II. a reply in writing. 3. instead kvos one as law-term, properly the answer put in by the de4. to mark comparison; %v of, for. set against the other, compared with it. 5. with fendant ; but also of the plaintiff, an indictment. verbs of entreaty, like irpos with gen., by, Lat. per. ov, copied: hence as Subst. avTiypa(pa, In Compos, it signifies 1. over against, as in From copies. 2. in opposition to, as in f. ^, to write against or in atiswer, write back Med., with pf pass, to 3. one agaifist another, mutually, as in 4. in return, as in 5. put in as a plea, to plead against : cf instead, as in 6. equal to, like, as in f pf. pass, to avTi-Oeos. bite at or in turn. 7. corresponding, as in Adv. = properly neut. pi. of avTios. Med. to give one another the right Ep. pres. inf of hand, to greet in return. Ep. 2 pi. ind. and inf Med. of Dep. =

$ ,
-8, ()
:

opos, 6, ^, ov, 6,

{, {, (($)

)

face force (pxcoOai to words to be struck
2.

instead of a

man. one who rows

generally, a rival.
set

over against, opposite;

-,, . , -, , , - {) ace. fem.

-5, ,

, ,
to
:

Adv. against, with force from
ov, also os,
;

Properly

force

neut.

ov, opposing ItrUaai with wrangling as Adv. =

(,

)

f.

to look straight af, look in the face.

€$,
f

,
:

a looking in the face.

to help in turfi or viulually.

hit

blows aimed straight

at

the

of, c.

,

((€)
:

treat, c. ace. pers.

',

-,

,.

\ '

, , -, ,
f.

aor.

Ep. upon, esp. in battle.
:

gen.

rei.

III.

with double augm. to meet by chance, II. to meet with, partake to meet as a suppliant, en;

Hence

,

-€€€,

-, {) {, », {)

,

-$. .

. ,

nied.

, ,. 0€, -8€, , -. . , , : -, {., -, , -, -, ) , ,), , -5,-, -, -,
:

-.

-, -. -, -3.
-€- , {):
iur?i:

, ,
— Med.

^/)

$,
,

,

-,

f.

^'/, '/.
-'/
:

-,

Dor. aor. i to come or go towards, meet, as friend or foe. 2. of things, to meet ivith, obtain. II. to approach with prayer, entreat. avTi-av6ipd, , fem. Adj. a match for men, as good as man, of the Amazons. {. Ep. pres. 3 pi. imperat.
f.

^:

Dep.

to receive in return.

f

to rival as

a demagogue.

f.

-,

to cross in turn.

to dispose or

arrange in

{,

to

set

oneself against others, offer re-

sistance.

:

avTiowvTOJV, part,
or foe
to

match, measure oneself with : rarely in sense of coming to aid. 2. of things, to go to tneet, go in quest of, c. gen. rei of an arrow, to hit : of the gods, to come to meet an offering, i.e. accept graciously of it so, generally, to partake of a thing. II. c. dat. to meet with, light tipon. III. c. ace. to arrange, prepare,
: : :

stand, resist
pull stoutly

. :{ , , .$( , ) , -, -: -, 5, {) -€, :
:

{,

oojaa,

€$, — meet,
to

inf.

as friend

, mostly in plur. of poets who bring rival plays on the stage: cf. sq. f to teach in turn or against: of dramatic poets, to bring rival plays on the stage. f to give in return, repay. II. as lav/-term, to offer to chaiige fortunes with one cf

-,

:

-€€,
f.

ibo) to

go through again.
is

the augm.

prefixed to the prep.,
or with double
to be

impf

aor. I

{.

aor. 2

'.

augm.,

:

a defendant,
in

to with-

or generally, party in a suit.
ov,

-, ,
€o;s,

to stand in the gap ; : to against the oar, going well back. {. to throiv against or in turn.

-8,

{,

From

an opponent

a

-,
,

properly the defendant, but also the plaintiff: 01 the two parties in a suit.
f.

suit,

resistance.

or

-^,

to be

of a contrary

.

Dep.

to retort violence.

opitiion.

:

:

:

:

-5, , (, 5)
instead of a skin.
icus,

avTiOopos

a giving in return, an exchange : repayment. 2. at Athens, /orm, by which a citizett charged with a public charge fuight call upon any other citizen, whom he thought richer than himself, either to exchange properties, or submit to the charge himself. given as a remedy against poison as Subst. an antidote.
be

5, ()
,
:

clothed with something

-, -^, ,, -,
.

69
to flatter in turn.

slave.

with a thing.

with.

Subst.

site the

to sit opposite.

to lay

pose: to
aor. 2

,-,, -, -, , -, -,. -, -. -, , : , -€, () , , -, -, -,-, -, , , -, -, , -^, ,, -, ) 5, -,
((US,

-, ,, -, -€,, -€, , -, , -, , -, () , €5, ^, -€,
ov, instead

, -5,
5,/,
no
better
f.

() , -, ,
to be as

hindrance, sudden check.
f.

-,, -, ,
f.
{.

Att.

,

to

bring back in reply.
oppose.

f.

intr. to resist,

Dep.
to

to take

arms against.
:

f.

der.

-,
2.

fcos, 77,

hold instead. a striking against

hence, a

,

From

intr. to

to strike or push back, stop, hinbe a hindrance, stand in the way.

and avTiKpvs, Adverbs,
generally distinct meanings against, right opposite.
irpvs,
2.

(,
I.

a slave to another,

to

than a slave.

in

Horn.

of a

slave, tio better

than a

straight on, outright, entirely. (never in Homer), straight, right.

) , $
have
over

zho^avTh

II.

ov,

resounding.
to

f.

do

in return, retaliate, requite.

thoroughly, withotit disguise or reserve. straightway.

f,

Dep.
iti

to present in return

f.

to seek

return.

f.

to save alive in turn.

f,

to

bury opposite.
gods.
to take

(, -, , ) -, -, ,
avTi-KTovos, ov,
f.

2.

outright,

3.

of Time.

avTi-Oeos,

,

ov, godlike, equal to the
f.

care of in return.
opposition, antithesis.
:

draw
turn.

,

f.

to

-5,
:

ov,

(, ,
fut.

the inner part of the house oppoaor. 2

)

run against

to

run a race
:

opposite the door

as

€\•. —
Med.
c.

, -, -,() -: -, , -, -

killing in return.

to clash against, re-echo.
to hit

,
lots for,
2.

[],

f.

upon something, meet.

f.

to ridicule in turn.

a handle, Lat. ansa.
pf.

fut.

obtain in turn.

:
to

to

to

and holdfast by
f.
f.

Dep.

receive
of.

in

:

to take

a share

to kick
:

against.

pf.

:

aor. 2
II.

to receive instead of or in turn.

door.

:

-€-

gen., to lay hold of: hence, part with, assist. 2. to lay claim to.

i.

to take

3. to take

Med.

:

to sit
f.

Ion.

to set opposite

(, €.=^€. — =
over against.
to sleep opposite
to.

part in a thing. 4. to take hold of for the purpose 6. 5. to captivate, charm. offlnding fault. to grasp with the mind, apprehend.
f

Med.

,

to

light

up

in turn.

II.

Ion.

:

f.

-2.

intr. to reflect light.

down
set

Causal in pres., impf., fut. and aor. i, or establish instead : to set against, opup again. II. intr. in Pass., with
I.

€6,
f.

to

speak against, gainsay. Hence

verb. Adj. one

must gainsay

:

and

avTiXeKTOS, ov, questionable,

-€,

ovTOS,

,

(, \4)
in.
II.

to be disputed.

lion-like.

act.

and

pf.

to be

put

in another's place, to succeed, supersede.
to injure in turn.

to

resist.

f.

(, to call or invite in
aor. 2

Att.

-, -, ,
f.

ttirn.

one one must check. a receiving in 60)5, , II. (from Med.) a laying hold of, seizure turn. 2. a hold, support: hence a claim to a thing.
verb. Adj. of

must

assist or take

part

to die in turn. to

help, succour.

exchange one

f.

thing/or another.
Ion. for

,

'/. ('^)
3.

an -

attacking, attack, objection.

controversy,

discussioti,

--. -€,
f. f.

Lat. disceptatio

:

generally, opposition, resistance.

used as Pass, of

,

, ('^) given

Dep.

to calculate

on the other hand.
to contradic-

to lie opposite to.

-65, ,(, ,
to

tion, disputatious.

sound by striking against,

-, --, -, -,
ov,
f. f.

command

in turn.

sharp as a goad.

to take to

care of instead.

-, , )
f.

^,

.

proclaim in answer to. to sound in afiswer to

5, \•,

ov,

(()
f.
f. f.

(^/,

the shin, leg.

-, -, -. -, -, -,
ov,

ov, to,

(, (,
f.

))
in

contradictory.

to rail at or

abuse in turn.
the lyre.

harmony with

a ransom. Pass, to rave against.

to learn instead.

Dep. toflght against.


70

:

pres.

-, -, to


:

drag

to the opposite side.

fut.

and impf.,

fut.

and

side to the other: to revolutionise.

pf. Pass., with aor. 2 act. pass over to the other side, give way.

-6, -€, -€,
to rival in
f.

-, -,
aor. I,
II.

Causal in to remove from one
I.

in turn.

intr. in

to

. -€, -,
II.
f.

f.

to

outflank.

music.
to

against.

retort upon.

-6[, , -€€,
-€5,
f,

-€, ,
f.

watt

and watch

trariwise.

-, , -, ,
,
to
f.

to countermand, to order compete for a public offce. II. intr. to lead on against.

,

Dep. to blame in turn,

the contrary.

face to face.

to counteract.

aping

differing in

-, -, -,
-|5,
f.

) -, ) -5, -5, -, , ,
Dep.
to

ov,

(,

to

impart in turn. measure out in turn. front to front,

other side.

-,^, -, -, ,
to

advance against or parallel with. f. to run past against

:

to

summon

in turn or con-

Dep.

to exhort in

turn or to

oneself in turn

Dep. / contrive or scheme against
close imitation, aping, [^] closely imitating,

-6, -6,
f.
:

f.

to

annoy

in turn.

to sail

along on

the

fcws, 17,

ov,

(,

against, in order of battle

against.

:

modelled
f.

after.

to hate in return.

pare

,

From a reward, requital. ov,for or instead of a reward. as, -, a compensation.
ov,

(, {,
to

soundfrom:
f.

sleep's substitute.

-7€, ,

) )$
ovv,

sounditig against,

song,

or endure in turn
retaliaiio?i.

-, -, -€, ^. -,- -6, -,
f.
:

Dep. to prepare

to

arm on
Att.

both sides.

Hence
to

, hos'ile preparation.

-,
:

f.

:

— Pass,

draw

out

to

stand in array

to

set side by side against,

com-

closely.

(( ibo)
=
:

to

march parallel

to.

to supply in turn.
:

a navy against.
f.

-, , |, ,
ov. Ion.

to build ships against, fit out

to set oneself against.

perly scraped against; hence opposed
opposition.
;

. () , ,
fut.
:

-,
III.

conquer in turn.

in return.

-, , -,
f.
f.

f.

pf.

:

to suffer
pf.,

avTiirenovOos, neut. part,

to clatter against.
:

/;,

to

(, )
pass,

From
pro:

send instead.

to, hostile

Adv. of avTios see TO, a part of the loom.

$.
:

med.

aor. I
resist,

Dep.

:

to

avTios, a, ov,

()
c.

meet in battle, to
set against,

oppose.

and

io,

against, opposite:

gen. meeting, confronting.

,
at.

opposite, contrary.
like

ing.

-. -,, . -, ) -€, , , ^) -€, -, -, -, -, -,
and
opposite: against, straight
2.

,

against one's will.
poet, for

Pass, to drive against.

($,

child.

ov, properly wrestling against: hence antagonist, rival: matched against each other, nearly balanced: corresponding to. II. III. as Subst., fighting against the enemy. vaXos, , a rival, adversary. 2. a champion. f. to hold side by side, com-

,
closely.

{,

,

as Adv.,

and

-, ' -. -, - -, -. -, -€,
sea.

to pierce through in turn. f. avTi-TTepaios, a, ov, lying over against, esp. beyond

-),

II.

send back an answer to send against.

to

send

III. to

-^,

Ion.

Adv. = avTinepas

:

also as

Adj. in phrase opposite coast.

Asia and the

avTi-irepas or

I.

over
II.

side of, opposite.

to oppose.

rocky.

. -, )
Hence
Ion. for
f.

Adv. over against, on the other
side,

Adv. from the opposite
to

embrace

in turn.

avTi-ireTpos,

see

(, ^, , (,
ov,
f.

to

go round

in turn or against.

hard

as

stone,

chest, ark.
2.

in return

for

suffer-

II.

-5, $,

pare

) -, ,
(,

passions. of opposite feelings to play one with another. , , like a child, no better than a

-, (, ) -, , - -,
strive against, resist.
f.

to fall against.

to

to sail against.

storm.
to fill

against, caused by adverse winds.

,, -, ,
Tj'^os, 6,
f.

,

beaten by the

to

man
to

ships against.

2.

up by new members.
f.

blow against.
ovv,

Hence
blowing

avTiTTVOOs,

ov,

contr.

-,

f.

f.

,

to

to

long for in turn. do in return, opp. to

»-

to act against, oppose.

sadors.

dress in turn

. ) . ) , , , () -, -8, , . \€ -, () -, -, , €€ -, -, - -5, () -, -. -, : -, -, , () , ^.
: :

— —

:

CLVTLTTOLVOS
:

.
f,

Med.

lay claim

to

contend

with one for a thing.

valent

,—, -5, ,€5. -€5,
avTi-iroivos, ov, (avri,
to

in requital: as Subst. one.

-5, (, ,
ov,
to.
f.

balancing: equi-

to

form

a party against.

requital, retribution.

8, ,
f.

an opposite faction.

wage war against
:

ov,

ov,

warring against

ol

be

a

political opponent.
ov,

enemies.

f.

,
to

to besiege in turn.

pass.

meet another.

-'€, -'•5,

f.

— •,
:

Pass.,

with

f. med. advance against

-(
:
:

ion. for
f.

:

aor.

i

march

to

be

-5,
ranged

, ,
ov,

,

to

one of the opposite faction. stand against, resist : esp. to

From

,

an adversary,
rows
:

[]
to

to stand opposite in

opposite.
ov,

From

ranged
Dep.

opposite in rows : standing

to lay

waste in return.

over against.
the field,

ov,

on the opposite side of the

straits.

(,

avTi-iropos, ov, on the opposite coast, over against.

-€€,

Att.

-,

make war

against.

()
the

to

take

Ion.

fut.

:

6,

a rival general,

enemy

s

general:

— also the
f.

Rom. Propraetor
to

Med.

to

send counter-ambas-

uvTi-aTpSTOireSeiJco, and

-€, {^ -€, { -7€,
:

(/,

Ion. for

:

Med. encamp over
II.

-'•€€,
against.

or Proconsul.

pf.

— to turn to the
kavTov, etc.),

ibo) to

come forward against.
to nothing, cheap.

other side

:

to retort.

intr. (sub.

Adv. for next

to

turn about, face about.

towards, face to face.
f.

-,-, -, -5,
aor. 2
aor. pass,

Med. to challenge in return. Med. to heap in ttirn. ibo) to go against.
without
to

pres. in nse, to

ad-

a turning back or dance of the chorus, the anti" strophe or returning of the Chorus, answering to a previous except that they now danced from left to right instead of from right to left.
about.
II,

Med.

summon

in turn.

wards, prow

-, , -, , . -,
to
:

-, ) -5, )
ov,

f.

(,

to

bring in turn. ) with the face

TO

terpart.

avri-irpcopos, ov,
ov,

(, prow (,
f.

-tcvSj, to

hold out in turn.

with the prow tohence fronting, face to face.
opposite the gate.

play at ball against.

, () ) -, -,
,
in the

ov,

set

the opposite of a thing, or

over against its coun-

ov, like

a tower.

to

a tower over against build up a city as a rival.
to build
f.

Med.

sate.

poise; dis

Hence
lance

to

on equal terms.

a convulsion. ov, drawn in the contrary direction hence spasmodic, convulsive. II. as Subst.

, ,, -, -, () , 5, ,
f.

-,
2.
:

to counterpoise.

ovTippoiros, ov, counterpoising.
to

,
f.

Hence
to

weigh against,
to

compenas heavy.

intr. to

be equal in weight, to counter-

an opposite

weigh twice

ecus

Ion. los,

,

a restoring

the ba-

against another f
intr.

, , . . -, . -, , , -,
i.

Adv.

-5,
f.

,

contrariwise
to

to.

meet face
:

Att.

(,

to face.

;

to

-^,
to

aor. 2 inf. of

;.
,

2 pi. aor. 2 fut.

med. imperat. of
to

Att.

strengthen against'.

-€',
cojs,

maintain stoutly a contrary opinion. collat. form of
f.

€, =

aor. 2 inf. of
17,

a setting in array against another,
battle.
II.

line

of
:

---,

hence, compensation, retribution.
f.

to be silent in turn.

arrange in turn.

Pass,

(,

)
a

Dep.
to

(,

€)

stand against one

against,

€, -( -, ,
-€5,
i.

-,
e.

Att.

-€, to offer in return, repay.
to strive against, counteract, resist. to build

-, —
,
:

opposition.
to

From

fut.

range

in battle

Pass, to be

ranged against.

.

and Med.

a fort against. Hence a counter-fortification.
aor. 2
:

,

iambus and trochee,
f.

drag

-,
6,

an antispastus,
[d], to

foot

as ^AXi^avhpos.

mide up of an From

way,

-6, €5,

f.

to

cut

provide a remedy or antidote. Dep. to form a counter-plan.
ecus,

or craft.

draw

the contrary

back.

to set one against the other, i. Pass, to be compared or matched compare, oppose II. to place in return: one against another. give one thing/or another.

, -€5, (, -, —

cojinter-manceuvring.
rivalling in

-,

ov,

)

an

art

:

:

:

:

:

72

Med.

-,
to the

mages.

estimate of the penalty

answer
io

, -,
f.
f.

,
,
f.


do honour
to in

return

as law-term, to fix a counter-estimate of da-

sponsive

Hence ($,

as Att.

made
to

law-term, a counterby the defendant in

shew kindness

thing.

other,

, -, , -, , -5,
to
II.

of the

plaintiff.

punish in return
suffer

— Med.

revenge oneself on in turn.

pay or
to

punishment for a
it

Med.

to exact or inflict

in turn.

over-bold.
as Subst.

well-strung.

-,

,, -,
f.

ov,

ov,

) ()
dare
to

^^ {, ) -5, -, -, , , -€€, €, -5, -, -(05,
.

ov,

to.

2.

returning a sound, redisagreeing with.
Att.

to rejoice in turn.
fut.

Dep.

to

to in turn.
f.

to be

,

a rival choragus. a rival choragus.

stand against an-

i?i

(avri,

daring against,

,

cut as a

remedy for

:

-, -, 5, {, -5, -5,
aor.
i

,

antichrist. to

,
Hence
:

to vote against.

From

to be sufficient.

f.

play a stringed instrument

accotnpaniment.
ov,

a remedy, antidote.

for

avTiTOvos, ov, {avTiTiivai) stretched contrariwise,
f.

f.

venged ;

meet with in return.
-TCiros, ov,
TVTtos avTiTvnos

-, -,
f. :

avTiTOs, ov, for

epya works of revenge. to maintain in turfi.
f.

, , {) -5,
to shoot
to bore right

f. properly, to bale out bilgewater, bale the ship: generally, to draw water. II.

) , , {$)
ov,
life.

ov, responsive.

voting against.
instead of
life,

given

-€^

{,

correspondent as Subst., an antitype, exact representation. II. act. striking back: hence resisting: stubborn, obstinate: adverse; Aios the adversary of Jupiter.

blow against blow

re-echo.

, ,
oneself with
f.

-, () ^, , -€5, , () -, {, -, -, -, -'/,
set

, ()[) - , , ) , ((
arrows in turn.
through.
requited, re-

metaph. to drain, use to the last, exhaust, of resources: of toil, etc., to drain, i. e. bear to the last, like Lat.
exantlare, exhaurire

$, 6,

but also to squander.

a

vessel to

draw water
II. bilge-

:

aor. 2

:

with.

to

,

the hold of a ship.

jvater, filth.

struck back, echoed;

—answering

TO,

,

to,

"ANTAOS,
settles,

{$)

0, the

a bucket. hold of a ship where the bilgeII.

water

Lat. sentina.

the bilge-water
it

itself;

to let in water, leak;

e'ipyeiv,

Lat. sentinam exhaurire, to
to pity in return.

pump

out

:

poet, the sea, sea-water.

to beat in turn.

oneself against, match

to fight for

a prize with.
instead of a dower.

ov,

to set against:

— Med. and

Pass.

to set oneself against.
f.

to flee in turn.

f.

to return

a sound,

against.

i/nport in

other.

-, -,
[y\
to be
f.

-, , -,
f.

-, , -6€, -€, -€, -8,
II.
f.

to contradict.

Hence

ov, echoing, imitating.
to love or kiss in turn.

-,
^,
Att.

to strive zealously against.

Pass, to be

moved

by jealousy

Dep.

to receive kindly in turn.

-, :— - - -, , , --, -, -,{, $) -€, ,
:
:

Dep. only used in pres. and impf. meet or light upon. II. to approach with prayers, entreat. fut. and aor. I to swear in turn. 11. as Att. law-term, to swear in answer, take an to call by a new tiame. f II. to speak in tropes. f. dig against, dig a countermine. to owe one a good turn. f.
fo

)—

-!€, -, , €. , .
f.

=

,

poet, contr. for

.

='^>,

(,

:

f.

to look in

the face, withstand, bear tip against.

to light

up

so as to meet.
II.

ov, in return for slaughter.

deaths by mutual slaughter.

f. Dep. exchange for exports.

{, $)

to

-,

fut.

— Med.

-,, ,
on

a watching against one. a/eos, , a watch posted to observe anAtt.
to

,

,

to block up.

-, ,
f.

to

watch in turn

of or belonging to a cave; grot-Nymphs. Adv. from a cave. From "ANTPON, TO, Lat. antrum, a cave, grot, cavern. , properly any rounded body, and so in Homer, i. the rim of the round shield. 2. the rail round the front of the chariot, sometimes made double it rose in front to a point, on which the reins might be hung after Horn., in plur., the
: :

,, ",
avTptas,
itself.

-€,5,

poet, for

,

/-. {)

one's

guard
sound

against.
in answer, reply.

chariot

3. the

frame of

the lyre.

4. the

From

orbit of the planets.

:

:

:

:

;

responsive.

against another : and so as Att. law-term, the oath taken on the one side by the plaintiff, on the other by
the defendant.

fronting, straight opposite.
f.

, $
=
riage.

derive benefit in turn. ov, (a pri vat., i;)3^i{a;) not insulted.

-, {-) -, (, ) , -, , -5,
,

-, -^,
-08, , {, $)
Dep.
to to

?
Ion. for

singing in answer

-. ,
o?ie

yf

an oath taken by

in pres.

-08,

buy instead : to bid against. looking straight at, facing,
f.

benefit in turn

— Pass,

to

$, , ,. -, , ) -, , , . {)
as silently as possible.

, .
Pass.,
tip.

—av^y^v.
to be

, () 05, , , =
Dor. for
or

73
accomplished, possible
;

[], Att. form of

3 sing. impf. pass, of only used
to weave anew. up on high.

and impf.
f,

(,
aor.

to raise

Att.

or better

['], poet,
:

,*:
:

[]

:

pf.

aor.

:

pf.

:

accomplish, complete,
II.

not insolent, decorous.

-5,

,

want of water, drought. From wanting water: ov, (a privat
,

(sub. 7^), or
ov,

)
pi.

did no good Med. to accotnplish for one's own advantage : Pass, to be finished, and of persons, to

grow
to

(sub.

region without water.

nuptial song, unwedded.

work was finished.
f.

ivedded;
braces.

without bride or mistress. not to ov, (a privat., be surpassed or outdone. av-viTivQvvos, ov, (a privat., vnevOvvos) not liable to account, irresponsible, absolute.
II.

, ,, . -€, -65,, )) -5, ' )
(a
privat.,

-8,
€5, Dor.

),

come

the

for

€$)
impf. of
impf.

also,

(
to

Lat. conficere

;

;

to

he

to the

2. to male an end of, destroy. end of a journey, absol.;

hs.

.

,

to

make

for

without the

arrive at the chamber.
cure.
II.

with a Partic,
:

for
:

I

— Pass,

gain nothing by grudging
haste about
it
;

epyov the

sense of doing a thing speedily

(,

to praise in song.

ov, (a privat.,

yovTjv

later

foot

) , ,) ,
ov,

((

unwedded;
ill

to be born of an

mar-

(a privat.,

not bridal, un-

but more freq. with iniperat., tnake haste and. as avoiye make haste and open, etc. also awe alone, viake haste ! dispatch ! III. less freq. with inf., the army succeeded in crossing. ^ANil, impf. to accomplish, finish Pass, to
.

,

:

ntihallowed em-

come

an end,

,

, $$, €
4. to attain to, get, in Att. like
;

^ ( ,
one's

3.
,

fls..

way

to a place
to

fls

pro-

I

in the

awe

make

be finished ; esp. of a period of time,
its

-€5,
,
forms of

the night draws to
the watting year,

end; ctos

Adv. aWfpos up

.

()

[]
:

^
c.

up, upwards, Lat. stirstim,
absol. above,

gen.,

action.

-5,
i.

-€, €€, ~$. -, -5, , -5, $)
,
f.

ov, are

going
to

barefoot.

go

barefoot.

ov, (a privat.,

:

also with old shoes, ill-shod. ov, (a privat.,

guised, without dissimulation.

unexpected.
cion,
e.

-, -5,
€6,

ov,

(a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,
II.

act.

unsuspecting.

ov, (a privat.,
I. pass,

suspecting.

withstood, irresistible.
subject, unruly.

-5, -5,

unsuspected.

) ) )
. .
,

From From

on high, Lat. stipra. 2. of the quarters of the heaven, northsouthwards. wards, opp. to 3. of countries, inland, up from the coast. 4. of time, formerly ; the gods els TO reckoning upwards ; ol

,
;

to ether

(

above, Lat. superi
the
also

oi

the living, opp. to oi

unshod, barenot liable to

dead; up and down,
II. as

to

place.

Comp.
undis-

Prep, with gen. above. higher up: as Prep.,
highest up.

beyond Samos
old

unsuspected

ov, (a privat.,
II.

, ,

without foundation. ov, (a privat., not made
I

) )

bid, order, Lat.

without suspi2. act. unnot to be

imperat.
plqpf.

,
do.

, ,

:

Sup.

aor. 2 subj. of

.

pf. with pres. sense, to command, jubeo : also to advise, urge one to

, .
and

up and down, topsy-turvy, fro, always in the same

'
;

III.

[]

From

avojya

we have

vy€
2 pi.

and

ai'a^fre and

-€05, , {, epyov)

3 sing. aor.
ov,

opt. of

8, . () ()
;$,
57,

industrious.

ground: a raised building,

. , -,
oyv
;

without augm. avurfdv, Ion. ^vy(a. (as if from There is also a 3 sing. pres. aor. I fut. whence we have an impf.

vy€v,

, , ,/)
I

plur. ind.
sing,
;

3

vy(

vy(v

and
:

inf.

vy((v

vy(

;

for

,

efficacious, effectual.

accomplishment end. aor. I of

the upper fioor of a used as a dining-room, like Lat. coenaculum. for av4a)y(v, 3 sing. impf. of uvbut 3 sing, oi aiOjya.

, .€

above (, yaia) properly anything house:

74

(sc. forth, of a ship, to shove off; avaiaavTes Med. to put they pushed off" and sailed
:

, , , )
allaying pain. Dor. above, from heaven.
act.

-5, , (
-(,
fut.

^ , , -,. . ,

-€, , ,
.

and

, ,,=

.
-|€5,
aor.
:

:

plur. ind.

of

see avojya.

privat.,

6hvv)freefrom pain.

II.

Adv.
2.

of place, from above, on high, and so oi
oi

{)
:

the living, opp. to
II.

7^s above ground.

and

of time, /row the beginning. to push up or

away from

. -5,
|,

-

:

c.

gen.,

unhewn, unwrought. oi properly fem. of a^ios, the worth or value of a thing of persons, worth, rank : generally, a man's due or deserts; according to bis desert, virip or Trap' contrary to his desert. ov, worth admiring^ admirable,
ov,

( privat.,

|, ,

I

subj.

-^.

)

|-5, -$,
to.

-5, []
-€5,
,
worth

'
ov,

{$,

ov, (a^tos,

{a^ios,

ing

oneself.

Adv. of

,

sq.,

(a privat.,
II.

unloosed for unlooked for, un-

')

.

[]

|-5. )
|-€5,
-€05,
a battle-axe. []

Ion.

) -,
-^)

)

worth hearing. worth listen-

ov, {a^ios,

telling,

foreseen.

ferred, submitted to a person.

uneven, unequal, irregular : unevenness of ground. Adv. of without oath. (a privat., unswor?i, not bound by oa'h. II. not sworn to.

-, , -5, ,

Ion. for av-oiaTOs,

named, indescribable. and

Aeol. for without name, anonymous. II. nameless, inglorious. aor. I inf. of see aVorya. fut, of see untimeliness ; eTovs the bad season of the year, i. e. winter. From
privat.,
:
:

. -. ^, -5, -5, , ( -€ , ( -5,
,

unripe, Lat. imtnaturus.

inf.

) ) ) ) -5, ) . 5. ) -5, ) -, -, ) ) , '^ -5, , ) -, ) -€5, ) -, ) ., . ) . ) , , . {) , -, ( $) -, $) ) €$, €, , , , -,
( privat., ( privat.,

) ,
privat.,

()

re-

($)

indestructible.

wonder, marvellous.

, {^) ) |-5,, -5,
ov, {a^ios

ov,

{, ()
an axe,

()

'^•
love.

praiseworthy.

worthy of

esp. for

hewing wood

ov,

{5,

{a^ios, epyov) capable of ov, {a^ios,

worth living for. work. worthy of

-(3,

Ion.

-5,

ov, {a^ios,

worth

seeing.

not to be

Adv. of

{$, ov, {$,
ov,

$)

ov, {o^los,

worthy of lamentation. worth getting. worthy of mention,
worthy
to be

remarkable.

Adv.

'^.
like

deemed happy.
battle
:

ov,

{, {,
ov,

-8.

a match for in

-5, , (
of

privat.,

-5, untimely,
howl aloud.
i

fit to give battle. es, {a^ios,

worthy of hatred, worthy of

hateful.

Dep.

(,

ov, {a^ios,

to

mention.

Ion. for

= Att.

aveveyKai, aor.

act.

|-5,

-$,

,

, .

-€5,
,

ov, {a^ios,

cs, {a^LOS,

worthy of victory. worthy of lamenttrustworthy.

aor. I part, of

ation, lamentable.

Sup. formed from

topmost.

ov,

Sup. Adv. of

,

,

highest up, at top.

hurtful, like Lat. inutilis.

profitable.

vya
med.

imperat. med. of to lead. a-|€ivos, ov, Ion. for a^fvos. II. "A^tivos (sc. navTos), , The Axine or Inhospitable, a name altered
aor.
i

) ,, /, , , , 6, ,
(s,

Comp. Adv. Comp. Adv. of

{)

(a privat.,

€()

upper or higher. higher zip : above. higher tip, above.
useless
:

also

-€5, , (
2.

privat.,

fruitless, un-

worthless.
2

and 3

:

2 plur.

aor.

I

inf.

of

sing. Ep. of same. to break;

pf.

imperat. of
pi.

becoming, goodly. ov, {05, worth seeing. ov, iv, to weigh) of like value, worth as much as, c. gen.; a^ios worth an ox worth much: also c. inf., a^ios 0av(iv worthy of death. 2. ahsol. worthy, goodly : in Homer the word gives the notion oi high price : in Att. it has also II. an exactly opp. sense, not overpriced, cheap. worthy, estimable : hence befitting, deserving ;

|-5,

is,

{5, {$,

;

(

I

deserve to be, as a^ios
ov,

3

serve to be pitied.
sidering.

(for the

^, ,
omen's

sake") to Ev^eivos, the

Ep. for

pitable

a-|€vos, Ion. a-^€ivos, ov, {a privat., (ivos) inhos: uninhabitable.

,

zealous endeavours.

fut. inf. act.

Euxine. of

.

-€5, {5, |-•5, |-•5.
|-€8,
ov,

ov, {a^ios,

) 5)
(
^6$)

05
I

de-

ivithout con-

worthy of
worthy of

ov, {a^ios,

being general, tvorthy of a great general.

{5,

()

worthy of

being brought in evidence, credible.

-65,

-8,,, (, ) |-65,

{a^ios, xpios) worthy of a thing, and so -oiKos, ov, (a privat., oTkos) houseless, without home pi. 2. or coiintry. worth considering, considerable, remarkable. II. with inf. able, suffid-oivos, ov, (a privat., oJvos) without wine: not serviceable, sufficient. III. like a^ios, with gen., worthy of %vorshipped with oblations of wine : of men, drinking cient to do. no wine, sober : of a place, having none. a thing. aoios, a, ov, Aeol. and Dor. for Pass., fut. f. pf. d-OKvos, ov, (a privat., oicvos) without fear or hesipf. but also in med. form of tation, untiring, restless. (a^ios) to think or dee7n worthy of a thing Adv. •8. things, to value at a certain rate also absol. to doWcas, ace. sing, and plur. of ao\\r)S. II. but mostly with inf. to think Adv. of esteem, honour. in a body, together. fs, (a copul., (') all together, in throngs^ one worthy to do or be: hence i. of others, to

:
:

Ion. for sq.

io)v,

gen.

:

Ion.

-, ,
: :

worth loving.

^- —. -5,
-TOKOs,
neut.
less,

:

:

, ,

inspiring song,

{a privat.,

without a home.

)

75
uninhabited : house-

,:
Oavetv
I

:

,, .
:
:

$.

think fit, expect, require, Lat. postulare ; I think I have a right to receive absol. to
:

a claim.

2.

of oneself,

to

consent to die;

^

think fit to do or be; vpaaaeiv I dare,
for.

,,, - ,
shoals or crowds.
f.

Hence

make

to

gather together

together, assemble.

determiTie to do: esp. to design, condescend to do: so
in

to think,

and

,
Med.,

\€

to

deign to care

3

suppose;

to lay

arcs, to, that
is

down, maintaiti. Hence of which one zs thought worthy,
rank, Lat. dignitas.
II.

ov, (a privat., without armour, unarmed. QOp and oop, dopes, a sword, properly a hanger; later, any weapon. dopds, ace. pi. for aopa, from aop, a sword.

•5,

) , ()
,

— Pass, to

come

so, esteem, reputation,

that which

in philosophy,

II. worthy : estimation, reputation, character. (from Med.) a thinking oneself worthy, a demand, claim. III. a thinking fit, an opinion, maxim. fut. med. (with pass, sense) of belonging to the axle• , <3, Cretan word for .'^$.

not welded together by the hammer not rowing in time. [a^vKos) want of wood.
Te'ct»)

, , , -8,
$.
5,

thought fit, a decision, a pxirpose. 2. a self-evident proposition, an axiom. Adv. of a^ios, worthily, as becotnes. ($. Ion. los, a being thought

-5, -8,
,

ov, (a privat.,
ov, (a privat.,

indefinite, indeterminate.

) )

,

unseen, invisible.

without boundaries: II. aapiaros (sub.

,

{^)

Xpovos), the aorisi tense. d-opvos, ov, (a privat opvis) without birds.

great artery.

hence thickly wooded.

^) ? --, --, -, -. -|•5, , . -.
-|5, , (
0V0S, 6,
:

,
,

, (^) ,

^.
:

bang anything

for aavyv.,

(

privat., ovyftpo-

of rowers,

,

privat.,

felled, unthinned,

II.

withouttvood, ill-wooded.

v.

('/) an
II.
o'l

axle, Lat. axis

:

also the

whole wheel
the pole.

also, the

supposed axis of the heavens,

a^ovts, the

laws in Athens, made to ao^os, 0. an attendant, minister,
temple.

wooden tablets of the turn upon an axis.
esp.

. ,, , ) €, '. -, -^, --^
to,
belt,

, ()() ,
5, ,
a dopxo, Ion. tor
f.

a k?iapsack.

II.

the aorta or

a strap over the shoulder to a sword-belt; but also

knapsack-strap.
cf.

cital.

,
From
Pass.,
:

d-ovTos, ov, (a privat.,

,,
($) $, , a
,
i
f.

3 sing, plqpf. pass, of
to help, aid.

;
:

Hence

helper, aider.

not wounded, unhurt.
I

aor.

inf.

and part, of

a report given in

:

a narrative, reaor.

relate,

the subject of song : hence a legend, tale. poet, for
Of,

bad sense, notorious.

, . () , () ,
(Deriv. uncertain.)
contr.

belonging to a
:

back tidings.

8, ,

song, a singing

also

a-n-aye, Adv.

,
aor.
tell:

-(.

Ion.

— Med.,

to britig tidings, report,

Hence
ripos,

-^
aor. 2
esp. of
to
c. dat.

-(<;:

-^^

I

-:
pf.
:

announce

to

bring

,

away!

be

a messetiger. gone! Lat. apage! properly

imperat. of d7ra7a> (sub. Cfavrov).
«s,

sung

-5, , (.^ -$, (,
,
,

a

05,
:

poet.

6,

votes

Adj.

$, ,
fern,

a singer, minstrel, bard, Lat. II. as a songstress, of the Sphinx.
tuneful, musical.

()

) )
of,

-,

(a privat., itayijvai) not firmly fixed
for

famous

in

song

:

in

of loose texture.

n-yv, Ion.

lyric poet.

-^,
ment.
zoT.
intr. to

one busied with song,

a'-ayoptv,f.
:

)

f.

-y, ,
Att.
to, to

paying tribute.

deprive of orna-

, (xheAtt.^it.'\s(,'p(.pa,
forbid: Abso\.
:

to dissuade.
:

II.
c.

bid farewell

renounce,

part.
2.

to

give up doing

also to

grow weary

of.

to

:

:

76
fail, sink, give way things worn out.


;

or savage.

-, -;,
-,
-,
off,
f.

also of things,

airayopevoura

Pass, (atro, aypios) to become

-,
f.
:

Att.

,=
to

to strangle, throttle

.

.
-,
-',
Pass., to rush

:


;

Att.
:

-',
to

f.

:

Att. aor.

I

:

wild

mand
ojie.

— Med.
:

to

hang

oneself; to be ready to choke.
f.

away,
self

carry

off:

— Med.
home.

(for the tenses, v. 0701)

take

away

lead for oneto

,,= 6, -€, , -, —
($,
f.

, , . -, -,
Hence

HI. to retxirn what hover about. pf. Pass, IV. as Att. law-term, to bring one owes, pay. to be finished off, carefully finished: pf. pass, 2. to lead away before a magistrate and accuse. highly wrought ovfitiished. to death. V. to lead away, perplex : to divert part. ov, (a privat., not thrown in VI. as if intr. (sub. eavrov), to from a thing. make go away, esp. in imperat. airaye, q. v. wrestling : generally, unconquerable.

U.

to take

):—

-, ' $, -, )
f.

, -,
Hence

down
f.
:

of one

— Pass,

,

generally, to dart away.

demand
to

back, or simply to de-

have a thing demanded oj

a demanding back, demand.
to

demand

back.

to

make

to

with

fut.

med.

hang down, suspend:. to hang down from,
:

(,

ov, (a privat., not trained II. not customary on II. in the palaestra, awkward. a leading or dragging away. IV, the palaestra. a taking home. III. payment of tribute. as Att. law-term, a bringing before the magistrate. 3 sing. aor. 2 ind. and opt, but formed by redupl. from inf. of of aor. 2 -€€tv, Ion. for Ep. inf.

,

-,

f.

dissent from

without suffering, not e's, (a privat., 2. ufiwilling to suffering: insensible, apathetic. 3. not having suffered, un*'i^'*. impatient of.

, -,

-,
:

to

sing out of tune
aiuay from.

:

metaph.

to

-[,
,

to

wander
to

unmanageable, lawless.
ov,

Pass, to depart from.

aim

at iinmortality.

insensibility to suffering, apathy.

.)

From

or without the use of them : helpless, lazy. which cannot be helped, unmanageable.
Pass, to

harmed.

coarseness.

, -, , . ^,
Adv. of
poet, for

of pain,

-. , -€,
-,
-^,
2
f.

-5,

, , . -5,
ov,

) ,,
-'-5,
=
(a privat.,

-

'^

:

)

helpless, silly.

II.

without hands
II,

to be

without passion.

expunge, esp. from a
fut.

,

-65,
,

II.

want of education, want of control over a
privat.,

ignorant,
boorish.

, -, , -. . , -, -€
[clouds],

, , -,
ov, (a

boorish.

Adv.

) -, -, ,
()
f.

) €5 €(
to

ignorance

Ep. aor.
to

thing.

From
to

uneducated,

4( €$
ward
also c.

be

childlessness.

(,
:

defend oneself against.
drive

away
:

and make fair weather.

Ep. take away, withdraiv

Dep. pluck off.

(,

')

thoroughly.

3 sing. impf. of foreg. to cheat : to perplex, confound. From aloXoi) cheating, duping, any 17,

riddance
vorce.

(-,

means of cheating.

arcs,

,

departure.
subj. pass,

a knavish

trick.

Ion. for

aor. I

of

to be

'-€,
:

Ion. for

Ep. lengthd.
:

:

Ion. impf.
pf.
II.

fut.

aor. I anrjpa

:


:

pf.

to

to

, , , . , -, -, , ) -€, ()
to keep a

off from another, c. ace. rei et gen. pers. tiv6s to ward off a. azxtfrom a man: ace. pers. et gen. rei, to keep one fro7n, as

-( ,€ )
{, y€)
pf.

go

astray, wander.
to be

without sense
to

past feeli/ig.
f.
:

:

wipe

-^
to

off,

register.
:

aor. I opt.
:

see

(,

:

:

man from

evil

— Med.

.
ic

f.

f.

speak the whole tmth, to heal Dep.
:

(,
of

3 dual
thing.

fut. ind.

,

deliverance,

release,

from

a

III.

--,
rid
of.
:

a reinoval, a di(from Pass.) a going away, escape:
II.

Desiderat. of

to xvish

fcus,

, — aaay.
:

Att.

-

put away
II.

^'

lead away an army or fleet; hence, as if intr. to sail away, march away: generally, to set out, depart: also c. gen., airaipeiv to depart from the land.
offto

hence

to carry, take

away.

of.

2. rid of a thing. from, remove from : also to get rid intrans. to get offfree, escape,, esp. with

to set free, release,

an Adv.,
depart.
Pass.,

e. g.

cS, KaKcvs

-, 5, , , (

with
;

fut.

and aor.
also

privat,, rrais) childless
heirs.

:

c.

but

fut.

gen., airais epaevos

yovov without male

aor.

I

or aor.

(, ; yv
f.

:

aor.

I

:

;

to

go away,

i

mea.,
pass.

-

2

:

pf.

•'

— —
:

pel.

-: , -, . , ,. -,, ) -, -, , . -, -, , ) ,) .- -, ) -, -, -, -, -, , . , -, . -, € -, -, -,
|

from, give over,
:

, -, )
io be set free, released


a thing, get
\

rid of it. 2. to get off, usu. with some Adj. or f. Adv., e. g. to get off metaph., well, without injury, etc., like the intrans. Act.: hence flowers o/idle talk, alone, to be let off] acquitted. II. to remove, def. part from, go away, hence to depart from life, to be roast. Hence deceased; k/e Lat. e pueris tSos,

,
poet,

from

9. -,
7».5,

:

fojs, r),

, (,
i.

excedere, to come forth from a boyish state, to
a

become

broiling.

man:

to be

far removed from.
cease.
f.

to estrange.

out

'-0,$,,,{6$,) ''5,
:

:

hence

-, ,
f.

:
,

2. to

leave off

pf

{, \-

'

vage.

properly to thresh

-8, -,,
II.

-, , ) -,
Att.

-•-;,

e.

a fading, withering. avBos) to pluck offflowers
to

;

cidl

the

talk as boldly as they please,

,

to broil

on the

coals',

II.
f.

a small flsb for a cake baked en coals. to burn to a cinder.

,

(,

,

inhumatiity.

From

ov,

far from man, inhuman,
:
:

sa-

unsocial

of countries, uninhabited.
I.

fut.

Causal

in pres.

to bruise, crush.

with soft hair,

gentle

delicate.

, (,) (,
Hence

,

soft,

tender:

metaph.

soft,

and aor. part, take or send away with intr. aor. 2 act.
fut.

and impf.,

i,

to

make
ll.

rise

up and de-

-4,

pf.

go away

-,
Pass,
:

to arise

and

:

leave one's country, emigrate.

,

softness, tenderness.

well fed, plump.
{aiTaXos,

ov,

or, contr.

-, -,
to soften.

soft-learied.

-,
I
:

Adv. Adv.
:

{)

=

everywhere.

Att. impf.
pf.

aor.


:

f.

'.

to

Xpoos^ soft-sldnjied : also with heterocl. gen., etc. XpooSy dat.

, () -, ,:—
f.

-,
f.

meet, encounter, whether as friend
2.

come or go or foe hence
:

to
to

to destroy utterly.
to cut off. Pass., pf.
:

f.

To

bhmt, dull the edge of a thing
inf. aor. 2
f.

Pass, to be blufited,

lose its edge.

Dep.

:

(,

-\
of
: :

meet with, light or fall upon. 3. of things, to happen, come upon one also io turn out well, prosper. 4. to go. or come to, arrive or be present at also to have recourse to a thing. Adv. (anas) everywhere. II. every-ivay. Dor. 3 sing. impf. of fws, a rneeting, encounresist.

to

:

-, -,
hold

,

tering.

() /».
draw

:

aor.

i

:

answer. to deprive of share in a thing
to reply to,
f.

Adv. Adv.
f.

:

Pass, to

be bereft.

,

to neglect utterly.

»;,

ov. Ion. for

€$,
aor. 2
off",

pf. pass. part,

of

f.

inf.

:

=

— Med.

fut.

,
fut.

semel.

to keep

ward

off, to

repulse:

to keep

or reject utterly.
be shameless

consume or expend. ($, , from one place to another.
utta'ly

gen. of

-, -, , - -, , , -, -, () $ , $. -, ») -,
2.

off froyn oneself, to drive hack, reaor.
I
:

when once he began.
:

-. -, /] ", ,
ship's
:

,
[5]

(, (,
to
,

right opposite.

right opposite.

off like water from a

hence

to lighten, lessen.

=

f.

to accomplish or finish entirely

[sub.

to finish a journey.

Adv. once, once o?dy, once for all, Lat. II. without any notion of number, after
like

$,

etc.,

Lat. ut semel;

to

defend oneself.

,,
to

mostly

in plur. all at once, all

Dep.;

to refuse

together

Adv. afar II. as Prep, with gen./ar away off, far aioay. from : alooffrom : but also out from. aor. l med. inf. of

, :

in sing, every one.

f.

to be "utterly

shameless

:

to

enough

to

do or

say.
:

pf.

:

-|05,

,

ov,
f.

(, $) unworthiness. = unworthy {,
d^ios)

Adv. in general, upon the whole.

of.

to

deem umvorthy of one :

to dis-

a removitig

)— -, -,
and
f.

pf.

:

Pass.

to

become a man.

-Qiv, strengthd. for dvevOf,

:

pf.

.
: :

(,

claim as unworthy, disown, Lat. dedignari. ov. Dor. for with no grandov, privat.,

father or ancestors.

-. -. -5,
Ion. for

(

ov, (a privat.,
act. not

gressed.
?iot

to

leave off

blooming, fade, wither.

Hence

(urned away by prayers

-8. -,

II.

passing over

passifig axvay, unchaiigeable.
ov,

Ion. pf. pass. part, of

(

)-.
)
off,

not trans-

to another.'

privat.,
'

not to be
in-

not to be begged


78

evitahle.

orable

covered

moned, without being called upon.
ov,

changeable.

a beginning, begin the sacrito be persuaded : hence incorrigible : also inconso- fice with the hair, i. e. by cutting olT the hair from the II. c. forehead and throwing it into the fire. lable. II. not to be entreated, inexorable. \y] = inexorable: un- gen. to cut off part of a thing to offer it : to offer part of. 2. to offer the firstlings first fruits of bending, stubborn, savage. [Aesch. dirapa-, like a thing absol. to begin a sacrifice. varos.^ f. to lead the way. aor. I inf. of vas) strengthd. for nds, a-TTus, Ep. aor. I of
to be deceived.
f.
;

-, -5, -5, -, -5,
:

. of persons, not
-$,
inexorably.
ov, (a ptivat.,

to he entreated, inex-

Adv.

ov, (a privat.,

:

Adv. -Tws, undisguisedly. [«a]

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

-.\,\%,

, , -€5,/,
-7€5,
to
f.

,

preparation, unprepared.
Att.
to strike off:

to.

-, -,{)=. -, ) ,; , -5, -, -, -, -, - : {) ,
ov, (a privat.,

) ) ) , .) .^)
(a privat.,

. ^, ) )
:

full, even

--,
-€, -, -,
f.

number

un-

,

verb. Adj. one

, {)
,

(,

\oyos)

round,

or S7im.

completion.

must draw

unsum-

unnot

[], to draw off, skim off. mostly used in plur. the beginning of a sacrifice, the first part of offerings, of the hair cut from the forehead. 2. the firstlings

,

,
off.

From

for szcnnce, first-fnuts.
esp. in sacrifice

not

-, ,
:

From
Dep.
to vtake to

I

:

!

( privat.,
fut.
:

= sq.

qtdte all, all together
tirely:

-, ,, {, ,
:

without

kv

and

els

in Att. also like

in the sense

,
:

en-

of every

aor.

sweep

off,

Lat. decutere.

aros,

6,

to displease, be

a king should be displeased.

med. inf. of •'napQivevros,ov,(apva.t.,vap(V()untnaidenly, unfitting a maiden : in neut. pi. as Adv. ol•', (a privat., TrapOfvos) no more a maid;
Ep. aor.
I

(,
-65,
II.

2.

Med. with

pass, sense,

one must not take

Hence

^ .
it ill
'

I

one, Lat. unusquisque.

disagreeable
that

to struggle convulsively. From a fasting, fast. ov, (a privat., not having tasted. Dep. to have no leisure. Ep. f. aor. I pf.

,

:

to cheat, trick, outwit, beguile

Lit. fallere tempus, to

-: like beguile the time: — Pass, to be
Adv.
II.

-

deceived, mistaken.

-6€
less

aloof, all alone.

away from.

'
f.

virgin wife
to

and widow'd maid.'
17^0»,

-€,
:

to

count

over

:

up.

-(, ,
f.

''5$, ($, ,

to

reckon or pay back.

Hence

a countifig over.

intr. to be contented, acquiesce.

(
to
to to

-€,
Dep.
:

to suffce, be suffcient.

fut.

med.
deny
it

to

in pass, sense,

dir-opvos, ov, vos

anapvos

pass, denied, re/used.
f.

hang from : to hang, strangle. away and hang up : Pass, to be in

-, :
remove, part
:

^ ($

{,

denying utterly; he denies that he is sick c. gen., she t/f/wW nothing. II.
;

)
,
to

:

aor.

I

pass,
fut.

utterly,

deny:

shall be denied.

,, -,
reckon
in a

. . 6, ',
Ion. for
ciivos, 6,

and

-,

{, aTfpOe) far
From

apart,

Prep, with gen. far from,

a cheat, rogue.

, cheating, trickery, fraud, guile, deceit:
in

bad sense, cufining, craft: a stratagem
ov, deceitful, wily.

war.

Hence

II.

{) {) - -[, , ) -, ,
^17,

, = \5. , '•05, , , -5, , (

honour greatly.
Athens
in the

Pass., pf.

-: —
:

properly,
to take
III.

II.

suspense.

then, seemingly intr. (sub.

-, (,
remove

(),

during which the Athenians had their grown up sons enrolled among the citizens. (Prob. derived from with or euphon.)

oneself,

go away.

aprios) Adv. completely

exactly, Just.

trary.

, -^,
from
now.

U. Just the reverse, quite the conof time, for now, from this time : just now, even
III.
f.

=— ,
made
up.

in

numbers,

orphan

, , , -,
f.
f.

privat.,

=

strengthd. for
the

ojv,

,

.,
deceit.

fallacious.

untrodden.
to dis-

Apaturia, a

festival

at

month Pyanepsion,

lasting three days,

-|, $, , ,
:

-,
inf

opos, 6,

, (
to

privat.,

disowned by
f.

the father.

)
and
intr. to

fatherless,

beam with
a

light.

Hence

f.

,

reflection.

to tell or
foil,

bid plainly, Lat. edicere,

Att.

get ready, complete

c.

II. to

forbid,

by
V.

inf.,

Tiva
renounce.

I forbid

his doing.

III. to decline,

Pass, to be completed, exactly

IV. to deny.

be

wanting

:

:

V03

from, wrest from, rob

good or
sense

), , -, , , ,-( { , €, , ) -, . , -, €, -, , (. , , , ,€$., , . , -, . ,, . . , /, ., . , ) €( €: , , , .€ ,(s

towards; airavSdv

sink;

-/^,
do a thing on

,
f. f.

d^avabCoaL
to /ail a friend: also to faint,

— ((5 h
straits.

a-ndpeaios.

to faint

with toil. Dep, to speak or act
:

€€,
:

f.

boldly, speak out.

-€([, ,
the

,,
{()

:

79
driven into great

to threaten, Lat.
II.

minari
III.

Att.

, (,
to

c. inf. to

threaten to do.

to

make

boastful
to

threats

to boast,

brag, Lat. gloriari.

to

same day,

go and return on
aor.

asstire,

the

same day.

promise, vow: Pass, to be terrified by threats. J7, mostly in plur. threats ; also

.$,
part.

only found in impf. with
to
act.

sense,

boasts,

braggart words
[a]
I

in

sing,

a

threatening.

which must be added
totake away

(Deriv. uncertain.)

the aor.
:

I

and med.,
is

'•-6€5,

aor.

pass.

part,

of

(,

the simple verb
of,

not found):

.

ciAi'cu).

.

to receive

ill,

to enjoy or suffer:
etc.,

(^,

occurs,
etc.)

(but wherever this should be altered into

-€€5,

$, , = €.
pf
part, pass.of
perf. pass,

-€€>(, ).
3
dual

of

ov, (a privat.,

not to be stopped
II. c.

€( (().
Hence

Ep. for

impf. of

or assuaged: never-ending.

gen. never

rjpos,

,

(€() a

threatener, boaster.

ceasing from.

'"-\6,
:

Adv. forthwith, on the
f.

spot.

to

go of
:

one's

own

accord,

desert.

605, , = 65, 608,,, , =
-€,
:

a, ov, threatening,

menacing.

fut.

aor. 2

part.

perf. act.

of

aor. 2

med.

opt.

in

act.

sense

fut.

{,

(

sum)

to be

away

like

to cheat, beguile.

from
3
pi.

absol. to be

away or
fut.

absent

:

of things, to be

Dep.

to be hateful or

grievous

:

to be-

wanting.

Hom. mostly
and Ep.

uses impf.

Ep.

come

disliked, incur odiiim.
aor. 2 of

-,

-, (, (
fut.

ibo) to
:

go away, depart :

the pres.

aor. 2

and

I

of

mostly as

605, . Dor. -€5,
see

aor.

i

of

for

ov, (a privat.,

($. ^)

€€6, =
-etirov,

/ will go

imperat.

part,

unshod, barefoot.

€,
thing.

inf.

€(,
; :

v. sq.

Ep.

:

also aor.

med.

fut.

pf.

(•.
:

d-ir$6os, ov, (a copul.,

even, level, flat.

-(,

(( sum).
-€€6,

'•€•,

-€.

aor. I pass, of

the pres. being supplied by speak, say, or tell OJit, (ell plainly.

to

II. to

Ep. 3 sing, indie, of 3 sing, imperf. of aireOavov, aor. 2 of

,
€(,

Ep. for

?,

--,

inf.

(,

.
aor. 2
:

3 sing. pres. subj. of

foil, by with inf forbade him to do ro

(. -^.
to look
at.

III. to

I a forbidden renounce, disown, give up;
;

^

forbid,

to disotvn his son

((
:

to avert

a vision by offerings. intrans. to give up, be
in use, fail or be

IV. to deny, refuse.

worn
one
;

out, fail

c. dat. pers. to

without pres.

wanting
;

serving as aor. to
dirciOcia, -,
f.

away from

other

one's friends

things at, and so simply to look

be disobedient.

-€£,

3 sing, and plur. aor.

-65,

ships,

suading.

comparison ws
a statue.

(, -^, (, -€5, €5. ^, -€(, , (, ()

, ,
:

-,

unmanageable.
f.

-, . -, $, -(, -€, ) , -, ()
to refuse

, ()
I

{€$) disobedience.
compliance, to
Ion. for
pass,

c. part.,

( . (5 7*
to

hut,

ivai

to be tired

-ۥ8,
untried.
in

a-ircCpavTOs, ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

a-TTiiparos, ov, (a privat.,

of

is,

(a privat.,

disobedient
act.

II.

of not per:

,

to copy, represent, express by

a
II.

yaOov,

-

Ep. 3 sing,

poet. aor. 2 of

Herodotus mostly
:

-', -. -,-inf.

) ) ()
:

to be bankrupt:
sitting.

$

V.
to fail

0/

endless, boundless.

inexperienced.

Dor. for

Ep. pari
to

Ep. also

:

f.

aor. i
:

poet. aor. 2
pf.

Ep.
:

Pass.,

(•,
from
:

.
for

hence

to

compare

with, liken to.

to

keep

away

or shut out
to keep

to conjecture, Lat. ut licet conjicere.

from:

to keep or

hinder from,
its

back: of a river,
rivers,

dfcwv) to represent or portray in
see

('^($, shut out from
part, divide,
etc.

old course.

and so
a,
II.

to

bound, of seas and
os,

Ep. for

to threaten.
to press

f.

hard:

Pass.,

$.

-€(5,

III. to

shut up, confine.
ov,

and

ov, lengthd.

form

boundless, endless, countless.

80

without DiaMng trial hence to be excluded from a thing generally to be also without experi- far from. — II. ence of, inexperienced or unskilled in a thing. and pass, untried, nnattempted. , ill repute. From {anapos i, tvatit opp. to direipCa, . ('^, to refute thoroughly. II. (airnpos n, vtpas) ov, privat., immeasurable of skill, inexperience.
without
trial,

-6, -, -,
,

inf.

perf. pass,

oy,

and so

,. ,)
:

'7€^—

.
II.
:

:

perf.

of

expel.

awcKavveiv

of
I.

also

,

,

an army
(sub.

(

privat.,

act.

of, or absol.

making no attempt :

()

infinity.

to excess.

ill

taste

coarse, vulgar.

untried in

-, 6-5, 6-€5, -,
:

,
TO
:

-, •€-5,
battle,

a-TreCpiTOs, ov, Ep. for

,

gen. vos, (aVetpos,

.)
)
II.

(',

neut. as Adv. imtueasurably far.
aor. I of

weeping

med.
of a

ov, (drreipos, dpoaos)

unbedewed.

ov, {aireipos,

inexperienced in

simplicity.

unused

to evil.

€€05, , ,
aiT-cXetiSepos, b,
f.

., -, ^) ,, . , ,.
to ride

),

hence

as if intr. to

away

:

march, go away
:

,
not of
for

to

lead
:

away
also

Pass, to be driven

away:

-, , ',
-€€5,
inf.

(

Ion.

(-,

aor. 2

and

part,

,

((€$)

of

the enfranchisement

slave.

,

ignorance of the beautifid, want of

in plur. vulgarities.

From

ov,

(ancipos,

Adv.
e$,

-$.

(aneipos,

ov,

).-5,
I.

-65,

[a]

ov,

(a privat., irnpa,

without trial or experiertce of a thing, unused to it ignorant of: hence Ahsol. inexperienced, ignorant. II. (a privat., wfipas, like boundless,

endless, countless.
i.

)

. ) ) -, , -, () \(, -.
$)
without
taste,

From

Lat. libertus, libertinus.

unmarried.

a, 6, (aweipos,

($,

=

, .. , (. -,
an emancipated Hence
slave,
to set free,

in the condition

of a freedman. a freedman,

emancipate.

of perf. o{
pf.

aor. 2 act. inf. of

2.

of garments,

etc., endless,

-6, 6-5,
e.

without end or outlet.
ov,

, = €',

from
inexperience.

(^anfipos,

tokos) tvithout expe-

rience of childbirth, not having yet brought forth. ov, gen. oj/os, (a privat., Ep. for

-'•€,

ukpas)

(a privat.,

=€5 ,= () ($
Prep, with gen.
or

boundless, endless, countless.

,

II.

ter.

ttir-eis. Ion. for

-, '•-€€,

-6
:

-,
act.

f.

,
f.

, inexperienced.

-us, aor. 2 part, of
aii'a_y o?// o/".

Dep.

from another. [] aor. 2

II.

€,
Med.
I

strip oneself; to put off one's clothes.

€|€, a
/36,
>??e

€55,

aor. 2

med. imperat. entirely your surprise.

-, -, -, \ — €,
pf. pass, plqpf.

kempt.

, .) -, ^. .
ccus,

,

a putting off the clothes.
(as if

-€,
/5
ov,

Dor. aor.

Med.

^-) =6- '-€€, -. ^) -65, ( -€5, ( — '-6€, , -€|, , (, ^^^ ($
:

, €
expect.

-.
fut.

c.

, ) ^. . -,
fut.

( ,, ).
'-6€,
f.

Ion. for

Laconian

for

Att.

w, to

drive to despair.

1.

Tivos to hope from one.

3 sing, old Att. impf. of
to spit up,

(formed

3 plur. aor.

I

-,
gen.
:

3 sing. aor. I f. to dispose of by sale or bar-

2. to

buy and Adv.

,

throw out. med. of med. of

[],

/

s/n^ clothes off

-/

perf.

Hence

6, f.
:

-6, , -, 6,
also
aor.
V.
i

(,

Adv. =

.
sell,

betray.

over against, opposite,

despoil one of bis arms.
i

3 sing. Ep. aor.
aor.
I

med.

airtveiKa, Ep. for

pass. inf.

from

to

forget entirely:

v. foreg.

aor. i oi air-cKTavov, aor. 2 of

of

(

privat.,

and

-—
: : :

fut.

Att.

Pass., aor. l

[]
:

also aor.
2

as imperat. of simple pres.

Dor.

^ ( . ,. , . ^. , ^( , . » - -, )
or,
f.

$,

privat.,

privat.,

)
,

. ^^.
med. of
inf.

';.
aor.
I

of

or

^-^,

free from grief.
f.

not subject to grief.

Ep.

forget

(viavTos) to

-,
.

or

go
to

into banishment for a year.
to

forbid;
II.

etv

I for-

bid thee to do.

order aivayfrom;

-€,

Att.

6$, perf. part,

of

uncombed, un:

unreasonable, unfair.

a-iTfireipos, ov,

(

privat.,
I

($)

Adv.

not ripe.

pf.

aor.

pass, of

:

pf.

aor. I of

-€'•5, ov, (

privat.,

without the

to

drive away,

or robe, clad in the tunic only.

:


81

-, ,
-f

—^^.
shortd. for

undigested.

€, ^. -€5, ,
3 sing. aor. aiTtirvevaa, aor. i of
aor. 2 of
I

-. '.
act.

-^;6, which
of
f.

is

Ion. for

pf.

eis..

-€,
,
:

ov, (a privat.,

neipw) uncooked,
to

Adv.

nite, endless.

both

completely finished finish off; pf. part. of a painter, to fill tip with colour, to represent perfectly

) -, ^$,
€, =
neut. pi. of ocirep, q. v.
as, so os.

, -€5,
in
act.
:

-i\T}KvQa:~to go away, depart from; to go from one place to another. Ion. fut. without pres. in use pf. fut. med. aor. I pass, (see to speak plainly out. II. forbid ; at I forbid thee to
: : :

, /)
intr. to

In Att. oft. used as
boundless, infi-

do.

fuse.

ov, {a privat.,

€€5, $, -6€,

genemWy to form, Hence contract.

ing, causing.

but pf. pass, to fix oneselffast upon, i. e. to support oneself upon a thing: to dwell or insist upon, also to settle in a particular
aor.
:

part

ojitdone in talkifig. [a]

. , -, , -, €, . . ^, ^ () , ^) -, . , ) -,
:

f.

pf.

used
off,

and

pass, sense

:

Dep.

:

to

ivork

,
V.

-6, ,
€5,

-€5,

create.

2.

to finish

a

-6,
he
is

IV. to deny, regive up, sink, fail : see in , one who thwarts. From f. i]COJ, to luithdraw from. a drawing back. II. a hindrance. 2 sing. aor. i opt. of ov, unloving. Ion. for aor. 2 imperat.

III. to retiowice, disoivn.

.
I

:

(, $)
:

^.
:

(3,
aor.

f.

pf.

677/
3 sing,

.
aor.

pass.

,

a finishing

-€, -,
aiTip-ii,

Ion. for
f.

Adv.
to

,= €(,
to

•.
bring
to

off,

completing

:

a creat-

an end, finish. from anep. Med., fut. fix firmly :

-€, (,

-€€,
:

to eat or

gnaw
of

off: to eat up.
fut,

I

for

Lacon. for

-€, -€,
-€5,

^,

of

€/.

aor. 2 pass, of airo-

gone, i. e. is dead. Ep. aor. 2 pass, of
aor. 2 of

'•€,, -6,
ovs,
:

(.

Ion. 3 pi. pf. pass, of abibo) Ion. noun, a being

away, absence

see

(^.•

;

absol. to lean or
01/,

bend away.
ransom.

ov, (a privat.,

leafless.

poet.,

= d7reipeVios
make

:

in phrase avre-

aireTpaiTOV, aor. 2 of
is,

--, ,
f.

a countless
to

titterly desolate.

into,

ov, (a privat.,

not to be

quiring, ignorant, Lat. ignarus.
set

-€05,
Adv.
of.

ov, (a privat.,

cumscrihed.
less.

a-Trepip.rpi^vos, ov, (a privat., nepi,

-,

carelessly.

a-iTipioTTTOs, ov, (a privat., ing, reckless

considerate, thoughtless, heedless.
ov,

tracied.

-,
-€€5,
-€5,
Adv.

) ^)
Adv.
-rcys.

€\)

uncircare-

X^pas

chains,

- (( $
(
privat.,

not inquired
act.

unknown, Lat. ignotus.

II

not in~
to

[], f. up again: metaph.
i.

e.

bind them.

without superfiuity, simple. ov, (a pnvzt.,

cumcised.

ing

away, begone, Lat. abi in malam rem. fut. [], to put away blushes, be
past blushing.
f.

away

,$ . -, €) -€, - ) -€, - , ^) , .^. (: $: (( €, -, -€, (( -, ) , -, -,
f.

ov, (a privat.,

(a privat., undiswithout distraction. Att. -ttos, ov, (a privat., nepiaaus)
-tcos,

() -€, ,($. () -, , . -€,
unregardinf.

airevKTOS, ov, minable. airevxcTOS,
it

, {()
to

make
to

straight again
to guide,

:

to

restore:

rule;

guide the arms with
to

be deprecated,

abo-

,=

to lull to sleep.

From

wish that

Dep. to wish a thing away, to may not happen, Lat. deprecari.
Ep. aor. 2 of
3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 pass, of
refined gold,
aor.

-65,

-€5,
:

defenceless.

ov,

(a,

privat.,

uncir-

refined; coctiim.

.

ov, for

($, (-')
;

boiled

down,
re-

Lat.

aurxim
:

f.

i

to

bate

a-irepiTpoiros, ov, (a privat.,
also tiot heeding.
aor.
I

not return-

utterly.

II.

to

make

utterly hateful.
:

f.

aor.

2

pass, of

inf.

3 plur. perf. 2 of to be gone quite away:

[]

to

imperat. aneppe,

to be hated: incur hatred or odium, also to be roused to hatred; nor irds

pf.

Pass.:

:

— Med.
f.

, (,
[],

to

keep

off,

scare

to abstain, desist,

[v]

fut.

-^^:

to tear off from.

aor. 2

-, -:

the people being roused to hate against me II. Dep. in causal sense, to cause distress me. words that cause hatred: hatred; \oyoi c. dat. pers. to be or become hateful to one. enmity, hatred ; in plur. entlvI WOhv to be hated by him, mities ;

(6(8

does

all

' ((8
(\(,

,

{^)

like

dpyijs

etc.

:

82

^ ^
f.

-, ,.^; ^ --, € — €$
bated, the object of hate.

^,
'•-€5,
to be to

aros,

6,

()
Pass.:
air.
:


that which
is

.
:

is,

like

(, €$) -€uoa:
and
off,

hateful, hostile.

likely.

(76,€$):

hated or hateful.

to be at enmity.

aor. 2

hold

off,

keep

away from

:

to

part

— Med.,
:

:

but

tlvos to hold one's hands off him absol. to hold oneself off a thing, abII.
:

-, -5, -, 5, -uOs. ^. -, -^. -. -€, (-,vs) -,

, , ,
Ion. for
ov, not
II.

.
6,

winning

belief,

incredible, un•

not persuasive.
I

[]

Ep. aor.
is,

poet, for

From

poet, for

a restorer.

From

~

Ion. for

privat.,

to be

without one's

wits, to he senseless.
airilis. Ion. for

stain or desist

from.
ttjs

intrans. to be

away

or

far from,

(€
Med.

c.

gen. loci

it is

not far distattt from the city

:

also like

to abstain from a thing.

full;

, . ) '^ , ,.)
Ion. for
aor.
I

allusion to ijKios, not fond of basking in the sun. Ion. for

wind, Lat. subsolanus.
ov,

without misery.

pair, couple.

, .—, , / () -, -. ,$ () -, -5 -, -, ) -, . ^ , .5 -, . , ^. -, , -, ) --, -, , , , €, , -, ) ^) , , -.-, -,€)-, )$, . , -, . . ) ) , . -, , €. €
f.

-, -. (, -, -€,-, -5, -,
to

of

.
i.

III. to

have in

have a full reward.

ponnesian, said to be so called Argos, hence or
Ion. for

$
nese
:

"AITIOS,
airios,

,,
,
also

(os) a pear, Lat. pirum. , a pear-tree, Lat. pirus.

$.

ov,

() far away, far
. 'Airtos, ,
iZos,

off,

far,

Hom.

ov.

^--.
es,

-€€5. Adv. formed from *($, without caring for anything (,
as if
;

to strain off, filter. aor. I pass, of

the latter

-, , -, ,
.]
f. f. f.

'«,

,. ',
make equal
:

Apian, i. e. Pelofrom Apis, a king of alone, the Peloponsense has d,

5

[The former

to squeeze out. to

or even.

:

pf.

:

to dis-

to speak out reckless of conse-

believe, distrust

quences, bluntly.

ful

:

absol. to be unbelieving or distrustfut.

Pass.,

with

med.

to be dis-

-•5, , , {,
aor. 2 of

trusted.

to disobey.

one

who

keeps

Ion. for

away from

the

e.

an enemy

to law,

with

Ion.

-, ,

disbelief, distrust;

(sub.

€$), , , (, $) the east
(
privat.,

-\.

'^

the thing admits of

many

doubts.

-8,

II.

want offaith, unbelief :

ov, (a privat.,

$)
:

faithlessness.
I.

:

pass, not
2.

to be trusted,

and

so,

i.

o( peTsons,faithless.

unharmed,
of

Ep. for
impf.

aor. 2

of things, not credible, beyond belief. not believing or trusting, mistrusful. obeying.

II.

act.

2.

not

=

pi.

,

(-)

3 sing.

sum). freedom froyn harm, impf. o{

{^,

Adv. of
II.

I.

act. suspi-

safety.

ciously.

pass,
f.

beyond

belief, incredibly.
:

Att.

Dep.

:

to

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

no harm,

ufihurt: without sorrow or siffering. safe, kindly : of the gods, propitious.

unhanned, II. act. doing

oppose or resist stoutly.
poet, for

,

{/)

verb. Adj. of

€,

to keep far

away.

one must go away.
etc.

harshness, roughness.

etc., see

,

a four-wheeled

wagon
II.

:

later,

riage, a car, chariot.

like

any car('/08, a yoke,

s, (a

privat.,

not wander-

ing

:

fixed.

(Deri v. unknown.)

ov,

-5,

-5, (, ()
is,

3 pi. aor. I med. of e's, harsh, rough. See Dor. for aor. 2 oi Dor. and Att. air-aopos, Ep.

not moulded: ov, (a privat., hence genuine, sincere. II. (a privat., shortened for unapproachable, terrible. a-irXuTOs, Ion. ov, (a privat., poet, for shortened for unap-

^,

(a privat.,

$)
-pa,
I

ov, (a privat.,

hovering on high, Lat. suspensiis. without a scrip.

II.

(, ^$) discordant,

unmaimed. and 3 sing. impf. of

atria

-5, 5. -,
yrj, v.

3 sing. aor. 2 med. of Ep. for opos. Dor. or La con. for

.

noisy.

proachable, terrible. a-irXeKTOs, ov, (a privat., unplaited. a-irXeros, ov, collat, form of or of aros, only used in the sense of iiiimense, extraordinary.
not navigable, not navigated.
ov, (a privat.,

a horse, needing no

-,

-€5,

ov, (a privat.,

whip or spur.

)

fut.

of

^')
:

unstricken

of

insatiate:

ing, from stress of weather.

,, ) -, . ,

deal openly ox frankly. a single garinent. ttTrXots, I'Sos, 17, contr. Lat. simairXoos, Lat. duplex, twofold), plex, onefold, (opp. to II. single-minded, simple, and that single.
to

,
c.

,

,(
Dep.

insatiate desire.
privat.,

From

gen.,

not to bellied, insatiate q/" blood.

Ion.

() () ,,
III.

,

(aTrKovs) diffictdty of sail-

,-, €
.

:

:

83

, steps
f.

or a ladder for descending from

a ship, the

gangway.

From
:

Ep. 3 sing. aor.
:

:

aor. 2

:

pf.

i

(-

to step off,

, ,
simple,
to

depart.

,

,

probable results
well, succeed.

,
end
away.

dismount, alight or disembark from. 2. to go away, II. of events, to issue or result from : absol. to turn out, end or issue in a certain way, Lat.
;

evenire

the issue, event;

the results
:

;

.

-

the

either (in

good

stnso) frank, open, sincere; or (in bad

sense)

silly.

opp. to

way, as

(Derived from hence, ahsohite, sheer. all in one is Lat. simplex from sitnul.) ov, contr. d-irXovs, ow, (a privat.,

,

compound:

-8,
2.

not sailing
thy. pass.,

T/Tos, ^, like Lat. simplicitas, simplicity, plainness, frankness.

plainly: absolutely.

without breath, breathless

, () . , , . -, 5, \$) , -€8, ^
of the sea, closed

:

I. of ships, unfit for sea, not seaworof men, never having been at sea. II.

)
)
()

an Adj., der e ;
in.

to

turn

oxit,

conditions, etc.;

mouttt, disembark, land.
f.
:

,

,

navigation.

poet, for

aivay, sell too cheap.
f.

airXoCs, rj, ovv, contr. for d-ir\ovs, ovv, contr. for

,(

-3.

privat.,

without riches.
simply,

Adv. of

Lat. simpliciler,

II. iti

ov, (a privat.,
:

a word, Lat. denique. fut. of hence lifeless.

place.

u-irvoos, ov, contr. d-irvovs, ovv, (a privat.,

without wind, calm.

II. without breath, lifeless. Prep, with Gen. only, = Lat. AB, ABS, whether place, time, or any object be denoted I. of Place, implying motion from, away from : also down from. 2. without motion implied, /or /rom, at a distance from. II. later of Time, from, Seiuvov yeveoOai to have done supafter, since ; per. III. of Origin of all kinds, as, I. of Zpvos descent, birth ; not /" Sparta by sprung from oak or rock birth, 2. of the means or instrument ; with iLTTOw from his bow. 3. of the cause
:

',

€(
ing, as in

or occasion; by reason of. the material of which a thing is made ;

made /" wood. As Adverb, without case, far away
In Compos.,
\.

always with verbs in tmesi.

from, asunder, as in and hence away from, as in 2. ceasing and hence, finishing, completfrom, as in
:

.

('/.
:

almost — a priv., as
Adjectives, as in

.

, -,, ••-€,
6,

anastroph. for

.. - $, () ( 7 , () , 5. •( -, , ,
worthless.
Att.
f.
:

$
;

' ^$ '$
:

, -. ,, -, ^ -, , -: ': -,
mounting
:

-, -, , ,,,
:

B. Causal, only in aor.

^,
also
1. also
I

alone, to turn out

of persons and things, with prove or be so and so, Lat. evato prove impartial. 3. of e'is to come at last to,
to

make
:

to dis-

aor.

2

pf.

throw throw

to

2.

throw offfrom : c. ace. only, to throw away, reject: also
3. to lose.

to to

5, () -.
to

dip entirely.

aor. 2 part, of

fcus, 17, a stepping off, disa disembarking, landing : also a landing-

-(|,
o-;,f.
to

aor. 2 inf. of
f.

Dep.

to force

away:

aor. i

pass,

in pass, sense, to beforced

Att.

:

— Causal of
ship, to
:

away.

make

to

get

off, esp.

from a

disem-

bark, set on land.

aor. I pass,

f.

to

ruin utterly be robbed of.
to

^,

to eat off.

aor. I pass.

f.

aor. 2

€5,

(
all

to shoot forth from,

admired.

jects at one, to look steadfastly at,

4.

of

but almost

to

-, 5, () -, -,
From
f.

spring from. ov, looked at, gazed on by

all,

hence

^,

to look

away from
to

other ob-

ov,

gaze at or tipon. be thrown away as
aor. I
:


to

metaph.

-^,
II.

cut out the

comb from the

hive, take the honey

to steal.
f.

,
,

to spirt out

;

spirt or slobber out

,

some wine.

a throwing away,

3.

back again, as in

losing, loss.

4. by

way of abuse,
in

as in

.

ov,

apt to throw away.

:

also with

pass, apt to be

thrown

aside.

poet, for

poet, for

Att. for

.

-, -.
when
it

Dep.
f.

to eat up.

follows
to

noun. take away.
its

to let cattle stray

:

hence

to

aor. 2 imperat.

of

-{, - -,
to lose.

make

f.

,

2. to soothe, beguile.

to sleep

without waking, go sound

asleep.

to bite offfrom.

:


:

84

godless.

coming off land.

Med.

with dykes.

aor. 2

-, , -, ,-, €'/6
^o-yiv,
f.

-, , ) , -, ,

-

7/3—
far from an
yij)

(,

altar,

.
law.


:

or

-€05,
oneself.

(,

from

land,

2. to appoint ox assign; vos an appointed place. 3. to shew by argument, prove. II. to shew forth a person or thing as so

€(€'
2.
i!^.

to

make jjit out like a coping or cornice. to make another taste qfn thing
:

and so, hence, to make, render.

i. to

appoint, name, create.
to

to taste

of

it

f.

f.

late Att.
:

pf.

II, absol. from, have no part in. away, and so to depart life, die : ol

dead.

depart from a judgment, give up an intention of doing, c. gen. to II. c. ace. to give resolve not. 2. to despair. III. as law-term, to refuse to reup as useless. ceive an accusation : hence to acquit.
aor. 2
:

-, -

late Att.
pf.

^'/ —
:

^'^ to

furnish with a bridge or
to

grow

old.

:

fut.
:

— to

-'^(
be

€' -,
apCTas
danger.

prove that a thing is. 5. c. inf. to ordain a thing to be Med. to shew forth something of one's own
^. to represent as.
;

to deliver one's

opinion

;

to display
f.

high

qualities.

-

:

away
the

to be taken

shewing forth
publication.
tion.

^,

[d], to be a

coward, shrinkfrom

Ion.
:

-,
.

hence

:

fut.

-^
:

II.

2. a (from Med.) a display, achievement,

a a setting forth, delivery, shewing, proof, demonstra1.

(, ,

()
II.

:

performance.

to

from

a copy of an indictment II. a list, register, esp. a deposition. of property alleged to belong to the state, but held by

{'),
a
list,

, ,
:

-€8, , , -€€, (,
Ion. for
f.

head.

,

{'^'^) , ('^)
,

despair.

take tithe from,

descended or sprung

in plur. descendafits.

(')
:

ceive or accept.

a private person.
f.

in

-,
-,

ceiver.

ipw, to write out, copy, esp. to

register

— Med.

enter
Att.

to

have a thing registered by
II.

for

others, or to registerfor one's owfi use.

to give in a copy of law-term, I. esp. to give in a list of the charge against a person property alleged to belong to the state, but held by
:

to

a private person.

2.

scalp.

give in such a

list

of property.

enfeeble, xinnerve.

ply hard.
strip of

, -, , -,
to
f.
f.

deprive one of the use of his limbs, to
to

bring into hard exercise,
:

to

, , , . , {) , ^€ ^, -, -, -. (
€€,

-, ,-. -,

to

)

without supper.

cut off by the neck, be-

-, .
aor.

-. {) , {) ^.
to

pay

tithe of.

to

Ion. for

verb. Adj. of

one must

re-

rjpos, 6,

a takerfrom, re-

acceptable.

I

inf.

aor.

i

of inf. of

2.

Ion.

€5,

.

aTOs,

Ion.

-^

,

Ion. for

€$.
-(
:

hide stripped
I

off.
:

:

f.

aor.

flay or skin completely

;

to

II. to fetch the

skin off one's back by flog-

'€0€5,
:

Ion. aor. Ion.

pf.

-^ -^
:

i part. pass,
:

of

f.

:

aor.

€-

Dep.:

to

accept gladly, be content with.
to strip quite bare to be stript bare

accept in full, 2. to accept as a
3. to accept as

to strip oneself.

-, -,
:

arms, disarm
f.

— Pass,

— Med.
gen.
c.

esp. to

proof :

to

admit, allow, approve.

a teacher, /o/Zoii».•

.

tivos to receive

from

another,

agree with him.
to bite off

absol. to bite.

f. [], weep much for, lament.
,

I

-, 5, 08, -,
Ion.
:

a piece

to

weep much;

out, apportion.

(, -, -, -^, ,

Pass., aor. I

€ya
hence,

-^
and
i
.

From parted off froju. a division, part of a whole. From f. [a], Ep. aor. Ep. inf. to portiofi \\. to part off, separate. impers. of Dep. to frighteri away.
:

:

f.

:

pf.

(('.

-^,

, €€ - , . , -, -,
of, c.

ace. to

-, -, — {.-(•. -,0•€, — , {$)
tain sense.
II. to
f.

4. to take or tinderstand in a cer-

receive back, recover.
to be

to

bind fast.

Ion.

wanting,
be

to

lack:

impers.
to

there lacks.

f.

to

home,

go abroad,

(is

away from to go and

:

live in

Thessaly.

, , one who
a being
f.

Hence

is

abroad.

,

from home, a going

or being

abroad.

From

Ion. -Se^o?
Ion.

:

--

arbitration.

to

I. to point out, shew forth, make known : bringforward, shew, produce, publish 2.s,^

docere.

-, -,
.

, away from home, abroad.

,

to decide

for

a

person in an

to teach not to do, Lat. de-

away
also

restore

render or 7nake so and
up,
e. g.

dere.
[sc.

for hire.

-, - -, ^-, -, -, ^, ', ( (^ ^, , -^, ,, . , , , ) -, -, -, , ) . --, -, -, ) -, -,^ 5
:

— —

^obLop —
f.

Ion.

:

Ion.

:

aor. 2

part. airoSpas

:

run

or

off,

from,

esp. by stealth.

2. in

prose

c.

ace, to flee,
f.
:

sbuti.
:

.:
to strip

:

85

another o/his arms, etc. II. intrans. in Med., with aor. 2 act. (formed as if from and pf. to strip oneself, undress:

),

to strip

aor.

I

:

give hack,

get ready for.
f.

esp. to give

der, yield, of land.
as a slave

back what is due. 3. to grant, allow.
so.

2. to ren-

,

2.

to

for a thing, to metaph. to put away. withdraw from.
aor.

strip

and

4. to

airo-ciirov, es,

e,

Ep. for

2

without

5. to deliver over,

:

also to deliver a letter,

give Lat. red'

pres. in use.

II. intr., el

ks

A'iyvnTos^, where
to

Med.

it seems to be = give away of one's own, sell; also

:

airo-€pYa0€, 3 sing. poet. aor. 2 of keep far away, keep offfrom.
poet, for
for

€',
to

to lei

out

^^^.
-,

:

partic.

f.

to acquit, opp. to

airo-cpac, an old Ep. aor. i only found in 3 pers., hurry or sweep away, of running water; subj.

inf.

of

pres. in use, to (hrozv off: to
f.

{,
to

poet. aor. 2 without throw down. to defend oneself on

,-, €€€.
opt.
f,

(Deriv. uncertain.)

to live off;

enough
part

to live off.

trial.

f.

Dep.
f.

--,
inf.,

and

them

resolved.

generally, to reject.

tution, return

hack, refer.

oneself

-€, -, , , $, () 5, {) —€5, , {) -,, — -, () - -, -, -, . ^ ^ - () -, -, -, . -, , , -,, . -,
aor. 2 inf. of
a-rro-Oeos, ov, far from ihe
f.

graze hy a slight xvound.
to

, ,. , . . , , ^ , , . - , - ,. -, , . ,
gods
:

, , ,
''-5,
,
:
:

7€, -$. () ()
f.

-,, ,
Ion. for
ov,

not to do

^
($,
:

mark fut.-£o^t, to

(, ,
absol.,

to turn or whirl violently about.

and

f.

-€ —
: :

lo unyoke,

Pass, to be parted from, tivos

absol.,

^'

poet, for
off,

77/j/

on foot did I
f.

distinguish.

-,
f.

start

and come

hither.

impers.,

(, )

chase away.
it

mostly with seemed good to

impers.,

Arabia.

:

ws
to reject

when
on proof or

they

trial,

Hence

verb. Adj. one

must

reject.

rage, have full confidence.
Ion. at a thing
absol.

, , {). ,, -,
,
repayment, payment. verb. Adj. of
reception.
f.

meet to be restored. a giving back, resti-

med.
one must give

, ., . --, -^, , -,., , -, , .
fut.

-,
ttjs
fut.

to boil off,

-, -, -, •-€, -€
aor. 2. inf. oi

throw offbyfermetiting. smell of something. II. there comes a scent from
blooming.

to leave off

of

and

f.

to take cou-

f.

to

wonder
aor. 2

:

wonder much.

Ep. for

subj. of

f.

airoOcv, Adv.

{) from

poet, for

afar.

II. afar off, hence godless.

a receiving back, opp. to
praise, approbation.

deify.

II.

fut.

Att.

to cui off like ears

of

to

bend backwards or sideways.

corn.

aor. 2 inf. of

airoeeaOai, aor. 2 med.
ecus,

inf.

of

aor. 2 part,

of

Ion.

($,

,

running away, escape. Dep. = f. to pluck off:
Ion. for

Med.
2

to

gather for
of

a puiiing off away : exposure. a puiiing away, laying up in store despised, abhorred. airoOeaTOS, ov, at, a place in Lacedaemon, inio ivhich From all misshapen children were ihrown on birth. laid by; hence hidden, ov,

,

aor.

inf.

lyiysterious, reserved.
f.

f.

:

aor.

aor.

I

pass,

:

:

aor. 2

to scrape off, to

3 sing. aor. 2 opt. of pull or strip off; v.

away. lay up anyplace wherein II. a thing, a granary : a magazine, storehouse. e'is anything laid by or stored up; Tiva to lay up a store of favour with another.

run off

,

[]

f.

[],

f.

to

lament

bitterly.

f.

to ireasure or hoard up. press hard, crowd upon, [t]
:

-,

aor. 2 part, of

, an
I.

f.

aor. 2

:

die

undressing room.
slain

From
i

trans, in fut.

aor.

-

off, to die, serving as Pass, to aor. 2 inf. of

to strip off the

arms from the

:

c.

ace. pers.

[],

f.

to be

very bold.


86

:

:

-, , $
f.

all,

-•-|,
:

to break off or froryi Pass., evKXeias to be brokefi offfrom, i.e. lose one's fair fame. f. properly, to cut off
:

- --, ,
fut.

—oLvbvv€v.
:

, (,

fig-leaves

broken in

spring or leap offfrom.

-,
-8,
:

•0-•,

generally, to cut
f.

,

spirit,

enervated.
f.

from

mind, unpleasant, hateful.

not to be done.
diroiKC'j),
f.

) -, , ) , ()
II.

to

)
:

I, to re-establish, restore.

off, curtail.
:

aor. 2

crush in pieces
aor.
2

Pass, to be

- -, -,
: :

:

to set

down

— Med.

to sit

and

fut.

I.

Causal

in pres.

and impf,

-down.
and
aor.

fut.

II. intr. in Pass.,

with

and

pf. act., to be restored.

:

— to
rise

to leap

up from,

absol. to rise sheer up, of steep rocks.
ov,

(,

not according to one's

-'),

f.

to offer up.

ov, (a privat.,

tiot

done, undone:

to settle in

aforeign country, emigra'e.

afar

off,

generall}^ to live
settled far

from me,
ace,

settlement.

send away from plant : generally, to send or carry away settled in afar land: to emigrate.
pf.
:

, -, i.

e. I

(
f,

to

go away from home,
II.

far aivay : 7) Corinth was inhabited
from Corinth.

,, $ -,
cold, to freeze off.
f.

-$, -, -,
ov,
fut.

Pass, to surpass, excel.

= aKaipos.
to

burn

off: also

-^, (
off.
f.

:

(for the tenses, v.

call back, recal

to call

from exile. 2. to call away. by a name, esp. by way of abuse.

)
:

of intense

:

to

II.

III. to

warn

,

to disclose,

uncover

— Med.
v.

to

reveal oneself.

Hence ($, , revelation.
:

to

dwell
k^

): —

f.

(for

far ajvay
III. c.

to cease to do.

= /«^,
^,

flinch from

to colonise.

Hence

a settling away from home, a colony,

trans, to turn aside from, shun.

-,
7([,
off.

Att.
to

:

Pass., aor.

1

:

ho77ie,
:

transcolo-

Ep. aor. to breathe out ;
ghost.

Pass, to be

II. to

nise a place.

duoiKis,

5, ,
f.

fern,

of anoiKos

:

arroiKis (sc.

voXis) a colony.

'-,€,
wall up.
-oiKOs, ov,
as Subst..
2.

17^0», to

cut off by building, to tvall

off,

(,
fut.

restoration, re-establishment.

oTkos)
l.

hence
nist.

•-[,,

of

cities, anoifcos (sub. iroXis),

cotnplain loudly.
ov,

tended.

to bewail loudly. only used in plur., (a copul., a ransom or price paid, either for life or liberty. II. generally, compensation, repayment : reward. Hence
fut.

-, , -, ,

-5,
f.

(a privat.,

-) of persons, a
Att.

away from home, abroad
settler, colo-

, a colony.
:

Dep. —to
:

unfed, un-

Med.
nalty

, -5,
aiTOiva,
to

)

kept in secret, be in reserve
it is

-, () ,
short

, () -, ,
5, , -,
0-€€,
,
f.

,^ -, •€ -«,
II. c.

to

grow
toil.

quite weary, to flag utterly

ace,

^
Hence
:

the tenses,

to
2.

c. inf.

f.

^,

inlr. to

bend off, turn

aside.

cws,

,

a turning off the road.
I

(,
to

give up the

)
to
off.

:

to expect earnestly.

Hence

earnest expectation.

to kill oneself by fasting.

Att.

-,

to reconcile

($,

,

Ion. for

f.

,

Att.

-.$)
(,
a burning
:

again. a complete

break

(, ,

fut. -Kf

used as Pass, of

to be

put away, be laid up in store : hence

to be

pass,

•,
f.

to shear or cut off: generally, to cut in pieces, cut through : metaph. to cut off.
:

to

hold

to

ransom.
ov,

Dep.: to be gone away, to be far from : absol. to be gone, to have departed: hence to be dead arid gone. II. more rarely, to go away, withdraw from.
:

, -,
:

.-6, ^,
fut.

atoning.

of
fut.

to be

purging

-, $, -,
off.

to kill
:

(, )
cf.

demand a ransom

or price

beneflt or

exacting the pe-

wi'h arrows.

<.
pf.

-

behead.

:

careless.

fut.

-,
17,

to clear off, cleanse

:

licly, esp. to offer for

Pass.

licly, disinherit a

removed by cleansing.
cojs,

Hence
:

to forbid by

a lustration, expiation
Pass, to sit apart.

a
\

Ion.

-^,

tempt,

, ,
fut.

, -,
'7-€, -,
f.

-, -^,
[v]

-€,
-€,

— impers.,

in store for one.
fut.

-(, Ep.

a.

:

pf.

-,
to

fut.

— -^

and

-(:—

enjoyment from or cf
to
fut.

thing.

change into small
Att.

, (,

coin, dissipate. to

,

)

have

,
,

to cease to

=

mourn for. to put away

care, he

Att.

-,
,
to

fut.

^: — to proclaim pubII. to

public sale.

renounce pubIII.

son: also to declare outlawed.
ecus,

proclamation.
the

making a venturous
stroke,

at-

From
f.

make a hold

make a

:

, — , {, -8,
venture
to be

hazard. a comic dance : (vp4 find some way of dancing off, escaping. to ring or shout forth. f. to bend one's knees, f. yovv. and so to rest, like

) -, , (, ) -^,
put
to the uttermost

Pass., with paullo p. fut.

to

for.

of

., -, -. -,
--^,
c.

. -, -,
:


87
piece

:

aiTOKivos

knocked

-,

all

({[,

shutting offer out.
f.

-', -^: Dor.
f.

or out

II. c. ace. Pass, to be cut off hindered from. only, to shut up, close : to cut off, prevent, hinder.
f.

without) lot

-, ,€$, . --,
number,

-, , -, , -, -8, (/) -, £8 ) , -, -, -,(): -: -: -, ,-, -, , -. -, () , -, ,-, -8,
Att.

[]

:

fut.

:

to beat offfrom a place.

, -,
off,

aros, to, a a splinter, chip, shred. f. to break with a a cutting or xpeuiv = Lat. tabulae novae, a

,

() , ()
^, to
f.

cut or

snap.

knocking off:
cancelling of

debts.

f

cut

off,

heiv off, knock off. II. III. Med. to smite the

weep aloud :
II.

ace. to bewail

much, mourn deeply and aor.
I

breast in

mourning, hence,
to
f.

to

mouryifor.
briefly.

to cease to wail.

sum up

Dor.

fut.

imperat.

to clear

away

so as to restore

, ,
Dor. for
f.

-\5.
to

order.

f.

[],

break

off.

drops of wine, as

in

Att. to dash out the last playing at the cottabus.
Att.
to relieve or set free

Att. for

[a]

or

fcws,

17,

a from.

diTO-KpaSios, ov,
f.

ov, shut off, enclosed. -/fXctVcu : Ion.
fut.

From

fig-tree.

f.

Att.

to shut offfrom
:

of.

2.

to cut off ox

hinder from a thing

the tenses, v.
let

f.

fut.

, ,

(,
to

plucked from the

to strike from the head.

overcome, stirpass.

f.

[], Att.

-^

:

(for

to let a

thing

hang down,

hang.

to steal

away.

f.

Ion. for

f.

o\v9tis,
pass.

:

ov, away from (i. e. Dor. or share of a thing. f. to choose by lot from among a

sentence of death.
[t],

to elect by lot.

[t]

later

aor.

i

pass. part, of

Pass, to be parted or separated
els

-, -aTos,

ov, precipitous, craggy.

back.

to something worse, fall

purifications.

V.

wear one
diminish.
thing,

sleep

From

, a carrying away. From Med.) a getting away or back.
away
:

,--, ) -, -, ,€ . 5, , -, -, -,, (, , -,
[t]
,

fut.

II. intr. to

III. II. to choose out, choose. under one name. pf. aor. l esp. to turn off or aside : to turn Med. to give answer or reply to a question to give an answer : turn aside : metaph. to turn off answer charges ;
:

:

:

to

away, decline.
:

Hence

so also in aor.

-|,

c.

f cus,

, a turning away
:

fut.

of the sun, sinking. [y], to wash away, avert by
f.
:

Att.

(for the tenses,

to scrape or

out,

weary

to

rub off; Med. death:

f.

,

to

Med.), an answer. one must sepaairoKpiTeov, verb. Adj. of II. (from Med.) o?ie must answer. rate. ov, beaten or trodden hard, esp. of earth.

^, , .
: :

pf.

, (
II. /o

hang

up.

,

a Judicial sentence,
pass. part, of sq.

aor.

I

fut.

:

Pass., aor. i

to part, separate, distinguish

:


;

%v

to

one from another be separated and brought
:

I

pass,

Hence

«ws,

,

a separating.

II.

(from

-5,

to

wear away,

— Med.

f.

,

to shrink

from,

hesitate about a

ace: absol.

to shrink back, hesitate.

Hence

offfrom oneself, beat off": beaten or knocked off; a cup with its rim knocked off.
to beat

to beat off from a place, c. gen. Pass, to be

($ (:

-^, , ,
(5,
f. f.

,

a shrinking frotn.
is

to nip off.

Hence

f

that which

nipt

off,

a

little bit.

, ,

3 sing. Ion. impf. of to hide from, keep hidden from or
c.

dupl. ace,

.

,

like

Pass, with

f.

med.

to

away from home.

,
f.

1. to

get a

little sleep.

Lat. celare aliquem aliqvid, to hide or keep back from II. to lose 2. to hide close : to obscure. one.
sight
;

to sleep

away from

one's post.

from

to lose sight

of land,

as

in Virgil,

-, -,
— Med.
off,

airo-KOiTOS, ov,

{,

,

koitos) sleeping
to dive

away frotn. and swim away.
II,

obscure,

(from

fut.

Att.

,

of
Pass, to take

to

carry or conduct

to

carry off with

o?ie

oneself

get away.

,, -, , ov,
to

Phceacum abscondimus

arces.

Hence

••-€, -€,

hard

(:.

in secret. hidden; Iv understand. Ep. for -KT&veiv, aor. 2

II.

Ep. aor. 2 pass. part, of
:

f.

aor.
as,

l
;

(€(.:

inf.

aor. 2

poet,

a

Ep. also in pass, form

88

(,

condemn to death; of the executioner, to put to to iveary to death, death : metaph., like Lat. enecare. later form of f. to bear yoimg, bring forth.

a thing:
"keep off.

of

obtain a portion of a thing by lot IV OS generally, to obtain.

Hence shake off: generally, to spurn. 6, a kicking away.
f.

we have
I

from

another: absol. to receive what is one's due. 2. 3. to hear or learn, like Lat. accito take back, regain, recover. 7. pio. to take apart to have a thing rendered to one. IV. to ctit off as by a wall to stop, or aside, arrest, Lat. deprehendere, esp. of contrary winds.
to carry off.

€. , ^ , ^, $ . , -, -, -, 5, -, -, () , - , (). . -. , -, -, , . -, , . ,, , , , -, . -, , ()

: :

:

^

:

perf.

and

:

more

rarely

to leave behind, as in
III. to

the race, to distance, to sur-

to kill, slay

:

of judges,

pass.

leave utterly, forsake, abandon: of

things, to leave alone, leave undone.

IV. intrans.

to be

wanting, to be away or absent: of
2. to be

rivers, to fail,

sink.

wanting of or
rpeis
3.

in a thing;

,-,

c.

-€5,
f.

with part, to leave off V. Pass, to be left doing. [t], to roll atvay. 4. to depart frovt. 2. to be parted from, be absent to stoop away from. behind, inferior to. pf. f. TrjS being /row, c. gen.; f. [], to motirn loudly over. From far distant from the truth to be deprived of, a hindrance. 3. to €5, f. [], to hinder or prevent from be wanting in a thing, also c. gen. absol. to f. inf., /o prevent from doing: to lick off, lick up. "€|/.5, ($, a leaving behind, aor. 2 part. act. and med. forsaking. II. intr. a failing, deficiency.
fingers of four cubits.
: :

, .^
,

poiv

wanting three

(((

:

,

,

ov,

choseji out, picked.

:

aor. 2
;

:

to

-^,
:

-€5,
:

pf. pass,

of

poet,

for war
no war,

peaceful.

Dep., poet, for
f.

Att.

,

vincible.

to

kick off or away,

i.

e.

, -,
to chatter
fut.

part. pass.

much. in Herodotus
:

--

(5 ($ , ^^^.
II.

ov, unwarlike, unfit

not to be ivarred on, ina

III.

war

that

is

a hopeless struggle.
f.

to peel off take off the skin

:

pf.

aor. 2

med.

inf.

of

Ep. for

3 sing. aor. 2 med.

:

pf.

pass.

for the aorist,

of

in act.

only aor.

2

in pass,

only aor.

poet,

f.

Ion.

To

take or receive

desist from a thing
f.

.

-4, , ,
:

,

to

leave off or

c. part, to

cease doing.

to chatter at

random.

(8,

a taking

from

.

taking back, recovery.

II.

an

intercepting, cut-

ting

flash ; the spear-head.

enjoyment or advantage derived from a thing.

-,/ -, , $, -, ()
makefamous
to shine
(sc.

:

-, —
to take

, , -,
f. f.
f.

—Pass./o forth, beafnedfrom $)
becoine so.
to reflect light, to

light

to

lap up like a dog.

fcus,

,

,

,

of oxfor enjoyment.
:

sometimes written
:

of a thing, enjoy
e.

from

or by another,

g.

whence also in bad Xvov sense, to get harm or loss by a thing. (The simple is obsolete. No doubt the Root is Xav-, i. e. Att. which is also the Root of things, Xaf-,
ironical, to

come finely

off, profit,

, , ^^
enjoytne?it
:

law. ruined city.
gen.
2

c.

From
aor.
1
:

impf.

also to get

something
2.

,, -,
-,
to

aor. 2 inf. of
:

f.

pf. pass.

out for oneself
f.

pour a

-,
:

pick out from among, choose

Pass.,

ipw: aor.
:

'-ۥ, ^
f.

libation

— Pass,
:

to

. ' ^
:

rivos.

.)
to let
e. lose.

-, , , ,, , ,^, - ^, : : €/
:

-, , -. -, -5, 5 -, - --,
-^,
off.
:

f.

to

drop

off.

to

make a great

din, talk loud.

Ion. for
:

neut.

gen. i5os, also
city, state,

(,

Ion. los

:

dat.

one without
II.

or country, an outis

aTToXis a city that

no

city,

a

f.

:

aor.

I

:

aor.

to slip off ox
f.

away from.

Att.

,

to slip off,

pack

off.

f.

Dep.

to

lick off.

Ep. for

oXy.
:

or

impf.

or

:

fut.

Att.

Ion.

aor.

i

:

to

destroy utterly,

to demolish, to lay waste.

utterly.

oXiXeya
:

— Med.

or aireiXc^to pick

Med.
aor. 2

:

f.

picked men.

or

i

drop off, drop or run down from.
:

into ruin, to be undone.
fail.
III.

aor. 2

to leave over
2.

or behind.

II. to

leave behind one,

i.

—Apollo, son of

,

:

— to

:

perf.

,
:

Ep.

pf.

kill,

slay

:

of

II.

to lose

Ion.
plqpf.

:

perish, die

:

also simply to fall

II. to

be lost, fall away,

to be
:

wretched or miserable.
:

cuvos, 6

ace. voc, or Jupiter and Latona.

"';

in an account, Lat. rationes reddere. 2. a full account of recount fully.

consider well.

offacts or reasons. , a

proverb, of long stories, from that told by Ulysses to Alcinous in Od. 9-12. II. a fable, like those

., , -, -, ^ -, ,) €^ ^^ ^ -, () , , : , -, -, , -, , ^ -, -, , -, -,
:

; :: ,

:

^

89
2.

and

,

Apollo.

temple of part. III. Pass, to be released, to get clear to depart, go away.
.•

let free

from

fut.

:

aor.

med.

(,

pass.

:

pf,

:

(

speak in defence
3.

:

also

(

2. defence of a fact. oneself against a charge.

Dep. speak iti defend
:

aor.

I

]
-6-

pf.

med. o(

f.

-. , (, =
Xorros)
to

f.

Dep.

to insult grossly

in pass, sense, to be insulted.

to pluck

offflowers

:

hence generally,

pluck
the

off.

to

speak against sentence of death being

passed.

Hence

defence.

-[, -^^;
f.
:

,

,, (^')
Hence

,

crumb

or inside of

the loaf,

a plea alleged in defence. a speech in defence,
Att.
:

on which the Greeks wiped dinner, and then threw it to the dogs.
{ut. :

their

hands

at

pf.

Dep.

to

rave

till

one

is satisfied
f.

:

to

rage
to

violently.

aor. I

unlearn, Lat. de-

pf.

Dep.

:

to

reckon up, give II. to give to calculate or

discere.

f.

Dep.

to

announce as a

prophet

:

hence

to divine, presage.

Pass, to dry up, wither

away

:

to

,

a giving an account, a statement
story,

die away, of a tranquil death.

of Aesop, an apologue.
Ion. for

med. of

From

shoulders.

to cease from

stroyer, waster.

c.

quittal

charge went. forget one's cares. airoXi/TtKOs, disposed to acquit. f. Adv., to be disposed to acquit. f. f. to release on payme?it of ran[], som Med. to redeem for money. Hence f. ecus, 17, a releasing, redemption. f.
a capital

, \, . ) . . -, ) , -, -, -, -, -, - ) -, ) -, ) , , -, , « -, -, $ -, -, -, -, , -,
tale;

-8,

Dep.

to

confirm by

witnesses,

maintain
clean
:

stoutly,

[]

fut. wipe 2. wipe one's hands. or level corn with a strickle; neviav

— Med.

Att.

-,

,

off, to

to

to

wipe sweep off
(sc.

-^, €5,
f.

3 plur. aor. 2 opt.

to lose one's labour,

a loud cry. aor. 2 med. part, of fut. med, of eojs, a washing off,
f.

,

to utter

,

ablution.

impression of: Med, to stamp or impress something on oneself, copy from another. f. to scourge severely. f. to behave idly or unseemly.

II.

to

make an

, , (,

-,
II.
f.

to

wash

off:

— Med.,

f,

contr.

:

to fight from, as

I will tvash the brine /rom off my c. ace. pers. to wash clean.

-,
,

from a fort strong enough to fight from.
;

II.

-^III.

to

bewail loudly.

2.

to fight off thing, decline it. Tiva to drive off in battle.

avo-

IV. to finish
unfit for

wailing.
f.

:

Dep.

to cleanse oneself by bathing.

€$,

gen.,

from

-,
:

, (, , () (^) , () '^ ,
, ,
[] from
:
:

(,

a

:

-5,
battle,

fight

it

out.

ov,

(,

not fighting

:

service.

de-

f.

-€,
Att.

Dep.

to distribute.

2.

Pass, to be parted from another.
f.

deserving acquittal. release, deliverance

,

to

give a share

of, dis-

tribute.

II. to

distinguish from a number.

as far as ac-

fut,

to loose

acquit.

$
f.

aor.

I

:

pf.

nokfrom

present faithfully.
aor,
I

to set free or release

to

acquit of a

2.

in

11.

always

=

•)

prisoner

ov, for ransom ; and in Med. to ransom him, to dis- frauded of pay. for gold. 3. to disband an army charge & debt. II. Med. /o release for oneself Lat. emeritus.
:

redeem. 2, etc., to do away with calumnies against one, like Lat. diluere : hence absol. to defend oneself. 3. to get free, de-

,

;,

charge

:

absol.

to

to release a

remember.

for thing, Lat. locare aliquid faciendum.
rroieiv

-, , € -5, -, ,
Pass.,
pf,

, ,,
to
:

and

,

to

slumber and

to fill to the

brim.

mete out, distribute. to prolong, draw out. f. [], to be very wroth. Dep. to copy after, to re-

with

fut.

med,
:

-,
c. inf.,

to recollect,

like

II.

paid

off,

without pay : dei. e. past service,

f.

to let out for hire, let:

to contract

the

doing of

a

90

narrative of load from. mostly in plur. sayings and doings, memoirs, Lat. Memorabilia, as

-,

those of Socrates by Xenophon.

from memory,

II. to relate Ion. for to remind. 3 sing. aor. 2 med. of hence to remember, bear in ov, not worked or to bear someprivat., 2. mind. Wrought. II. vjithout trouble, easy : Sup. thing in mind against another, owe him a grudge. 2. without sufferitigs. with least trouble. to bear a grudge against. f.

, -. -,

: :

:

:

:

:

:

Ion. for

6,

f. (as if from which is to wash off: Med. to wash off from 2. to a late form) doing a thing, swear that one will not do. 2. to wash clean : Med. to wash oneself swear one has not done : to deny with an oath, dis' oneself. to clean. II. strengthd. for claim upon oath. to give enjoyment. II. f. take a solemn oath. aor. 2 fut. Pass, to mostly in Med., f. to leave quite alone 2 opt. Ep. without augm. he excluded from a thing. to have the use or enjoymetit also or vaio, part. mayest thou have joy of Med., Ep. aor. i Ep. 3 sing. impf. of a thing rwvl•'

from

, -, , -, , -, - , €$ , '/ -, '. '/ ^): €$ -, ^, $, ) -, , . 5 , ^, -5, € , -, -, €€5, -, -, •,
:

:
:

recount

'-€, ,
or
(v.
:

-^^
:

f,

,

From

, , -, '.
-5,

^. -,


unload:


to


.

{.',
Adv.

— Med.

aor. 2

'5, -,

med.

part,

without fatigue.

.
to

throw off a

to

wipe clean one's cheeks

tears.

: - ' ^
:)

3 —

sing. impf.
to take

:

fut.

an oath against

, -^,

(

) -,
:

•, {a-novos) freedom from toil, laziness.

-^

:

:

:

Pass.,

aor. i

or

— Med.,

part,
to

:

(,

;

these things.

wipe off
to

away from:
to

TO,

water for washing the hands,

etc.:

wipe from

;

wipe away one's
foreg.

see

fut.

:

pf.

:

Dep.
i

3 sing. Ep. aor. aor. I inf. of

med. of

to he out

of

one''s

mind,

to

have

lost all sense.

away perditi, desperate men. 2. of shame, 6 ov, like Muses, coarse, rude. Adv., ypaan abandoned fellow. Hence to be painted in unfavourable colours. , loss of all sense, folly, madness : esp. Dep. to dissuade. desperation. f. f. Dep. to bellow loud. a-iTovos, ov, c. irreg. Comp. and Sup. verb. Adj. of one must without toil or trouble, untroubled : gentle, wipe ones mouth. 3. of 2. of persons, not toiling, lazy. easy. Att. f. ^, to wipe a person's things, pass, done without trouble, easy. Hence nose : hence to sharpen his wits ; comp. Horace's vir f. to return home. emunctae naris Med. to blow one's ?iose. , a return home. Adv. 2 sing. aor. 2 opt. med. of and before a vowel II. as Prep, with gen. far far apart or aloof. 3 pi., for obsol. pres., whence aor. I act. away from, mostly following its case. Ep. to put asunder, keep to retnove one to anAtt. f. Pass, to be robbed other place also to send back Med., in 3 sing. alooffrom: to bereave or rob of:
the

aor.

from

impart feed Oft or
to

Dep. to go away, to go back, returtit Ep. word, used only in pres. and impf. [d Ep.] airoveaTcpos, -raros, Comp. and Sup. of airovos. to bend away from other objects f. towards one, hence to incline towards ; cf. airo\\ to refuse by shaking the head, Lat. ahnuere.

, -, -, ) , . ', , -, , -, €, ^, , -, $ , ) -, , ,
-,

(,

{.

of

fear, to be

desperate;

Lat.

,

-,
I I

:

-, (,

:

(,

)—
:

:

,

Ep. to another place, depart
aor.

:

-, ( —
a place.
:

pass,

remove oneself of but also to send atuay to be taken away, depart
to

c.

ace.

II.
f.

with ace. only,
Att.
:

:

pf.

fut.

-€ and
II.

later

-off,

(,
;

:

to

fee from, shun.
:

Pass., aor.

(2.

to

pare the
III. to

:

aor.

I

4-

nails.

II. to

tear with the nails.

try or exami?ie by the nail

to portion

out, distribute, assign

severally

Horace's

ad iinguemfactus,

Med.

to assign to oneself, take. to

2. to

off.

part

separate.

and flee

:

— Med.

f.

Att.

,

closely tried by the nail.
to

to

turn the back

make turn and flee.

his back

Adv.

pf.

pass. part, of

ctiTO-^€vos, ov, like a^fvos, inhospitable.

desperately.

-€,

^evos yrjs far from a country. to drive from house f.
generally, to estrange or banish from : away from home, be banished, migrate.

-, ,

:

-.

-,

,

Pass, to be dried up, to
pf.

-, -,-,,
f.

.
f.

— Pass,

and home,
to live

to

to

shave off: cut off. dry up, drain off ^ river

become dry ; hence Ion. part.

to strip

-, , $ -, €, -,
f.

- , -, ^ , -, ,
[],
f.


:

;


point,
to

bring

Ion.

f.

shave clean. be clean shaved. [C] [], to shave or scrape off: hence
:

-,

make taper.

.

or

:


91
to
:

— Med.

q^like
:

skin.
f.

Ion. -ea>
if

:

aor.
flee.

i

part.

From

ance.

thing
stop.

, -,
:

to look

about one, as

to

f.

or

to retire from the

way.

or

j;,

to ease himself.
(ojs,

,

II.

f.

c. inf.
II.

(from Med.) a ceasing, end. to stop or hinder one from a to hinder from doing c. ace. only, to

{)
[],
rarer
fut.
:

going out of the way

:

els

-

strike to earth, disable in

,-, -, away,

-\(
,
f.

'•5,

sail off: to sail back. ov,
i. in

by a stroke,
in

{)
:

aor.

I

4( —
-^: — Pass.,
pL
77ii/id

sail

stricken or disabled
2.

mind, dumb, astou/ided.

body, crippled, paralysed. Hence a stroke of apoplexy.

,

to fill quite full, satisfy, Lat.

explere.

II. to fulfil.

Att.

a stopping, hinder-

07te's senses, beco77ie

,

trip off.

:

pass.

essay, or

-, - -, — '^ -^: -'/ -€€, , -, -, -, —.^, (, ) -, {) - {,- — ^, -,, -, -, -, -, '($, -,-, -, , ,-, -, , -, , -, -, -, -, -: -\:
attempt on the Peiraeeus.
f.

also in

things, to give back

get rid of : of a wife, to divorce her.
fcus,

divorcing.

act.

blood, to curdle.
f.

turn away fr0771.
fut.

fill to the bri77i

fulfil

Oj^from.

from :

only aor. I pass. prived off";

astray.

-^, -.
f.

: -, . - -: . , . €, , {) ,'/, , - . \( -, -^, -, ,-, - -, pres.
in use.
\t]
,

, - , , . f.

-, -^, ((. -, -, ,
Med.
airo-treipa,

,

(, netpa) a
with
Ion.

to leave off or cease from a thing.
trial, venture.

away
impf.

f.

form of
:

sq.

med.
Dep.
to

[a]

:

aor. I
trial,

make
to

proof of a person or thing.
(aor. I
inf.)

Rare

in Act.,

TTvevaa:
to

- --.. -.
Att.
fut.

-, --, () -, 5,
:

aor. 2

-^:
:

fut.

body or

dizzy, be struck by apoplexy.

,

aor.
:

i

to

Pass, to lose

Dep. to

contr.

,

a sailing
:

:

an outward-boufid voyage. [D], f. to wash off or aivay
Ion. for

,

Ion.

'o-wv,

— to breathe forth

Ep.

:

f.

;

or

\)
:

aor. I

2. to

make an

give up the ghost, Lat. expirare a7iima77i.
3. to

to

hew off with an axe.

blow f7-0771 a particular quarter. S77iell of a thing.

breathe or

\,

to

send off or away,

to dismiss
:

bad sense,

to drive off.
:

2. to escort

of

f.

or

to choke, throttle:

Pass.,
:

f.

aor. 2

[]

:

pf.

-'-

Med.

to

remove from
:

oneself,

to be

choked
f.

:

to be

drowned :

to be

choked

,

a sending away

Hence a dismissal,

with rage.

poet,

to fight off or fro77i. t, gen. itos

and

ccws,

f.

to carry over.
2

far from
rid
of.

the city, ba?iished.

fut.

:

to break

Ep. 3 sing.
act.

Dep. with aor. wind, Lat. pedo. aor. 2 subj. of
: :

,

a sending away, getting

f.

to finish

aor. 2
:

part.

Pass, with fut.
:

and
f.

toffy off

away.
:

I

pass,

to

make

to freeze or ciirdle

:

o-1piJv,

f.

Pass., fut.

of men, to be frozen

of
to

aor.

a work : stop working. aor. med. to depart, go away. to soften down. with no 2 inf. of

and

to leap off from

:

f.

=

to satv off.
off.

f.

to

saw through, file
off.

^]

and

poet, also

aor. I

tofill iip,

Adv. far away, afar with gen. far fro7n, away from.
to take

2. as

Prep.

:

to fill

up a mwiber.
to

II. to satisfy,

away f7-0771 before:
take7i so77ie
I

aor. 2 part.,

:

to appease, Lat. explere.

--, -•, —

[], fut.
f.

-,
l

having

of the bread.

drink up, drink
:

aor. 2

off.

Ion. aor.

of

to fall

aor. 2 part, of

before a vowel

-. Adv. [-) from
off,

of fut. to lead astray, lead away Pass, to go astray, be driven off: Homer uses
aor.

-^,
to

pass. part,

afar

:

far

off,

far away.

Adv.
f.

far

far away.
I

part. pres. of

to stray

a

from, be dehelm struck
to

:

Ep. aor.
Att.

:

to

th7-ow away.

2. to

shoot forth.

f.

lead astray

— Med.
:

fut.

,

3. to let fall.

to re77iove

afar

go

off,

carry far away.
f.

-€

:

aor. 2

:

to cut
slice

[],

to copy.
f.

Ep.

Ion.

-\(-

off from ; from the chine.

having cut off a

, , , ., {,. ) ,
^3

65,
from
ov,
:

if

-, -^, .
f. t],


as

to flee far

away.

ov, aor. 2 part, of

water,

aor.

2

inf.

of

as if

from

speak in fragments of Epic poetry,
:

poet, for

fut.

of

seen or to

be seen from a place.

2. s^e/i at

a distance, hence

to streavi forth,
etc.
3. to

far away from; 6(1/ hence

(
II.
[i5],

from
dimly seen.

afar, opp. to 1771;-

loathe, spurtt, Lat. respuere.
f.

ask

(anopos) to be without resource, to to do, be in doubt, mostlyfollowed by a Conjunction, airopeiv
f.

-, -€ , - ,-, €,
f.

-•5, -,
aXos
of.

ov, spat out ; loathed, detested.
to spit out or
its

From

vomits forth
:

up ; of the sea, foam: hence to
to inquire or

snap asunder Pass., aor. 2 be broken off or severed. and aor.
off,
inf.

Dep.

refusal

and
f.

'-€'•,
be at a loss,

,

Ion. for

to slifik

away.

forbidden exports.
not be spoken;
tical,

tiot

know what
he

,,
5,
of
:

-, ^ .

f.

^. {) -, ,, -,- - , -,
: :

,
f.

— —

,

a vessel for holy

to

sew up again.
to utter like

f.

a
:

to

or

aor. 2
:

pass.

to

flow away from, run offfrom
2. to

absol.

of blood. melt away.
or

:

f.

I
;

fall

off, as fruit,

:

to

break
to

[],

pass. part,

and
2.

8, , {-()
ov,

prohibition.

renunciation.

{-) . ,
pf.

forbidden

not to be spoken, that shotild

a state-secret: hence mysto

be at a loss

how

shall cross
to

:

c. inf. to

be at a loss
II.

how

to do

:

have no doubt.
:

ing from a thing, shrink from doing
poet,
:

Pass, to be

provided for.

want

a loss because

, 05,
of, e. g.

made matter of question

also to be left un-

$.
of,

2. c.

gen.

rei, to

be at

a

loss for, in
to be at

3. but,

away, throw aside
nounce, at one.
stream.

aros,

sacked or taken.
f.

gtiide aright.

= awoppoos flowing from ; with drams. barrassment, hesitation. Tivos want of broken off, wyos, 6, 77, 3. a thing absol. need, poverty. II. as Subst. fem. a piece broken off abrupt, steep. Pass, to start from a place. or divided from anything "^Tvybs vhaTOS u-iropos, ov, without passage, and so of places, im- an off-stream of the Styx. passable, trackless : of things, hard to see one's way Pass, to be taken away f.
,

a setting upright, restoring. of places, difficulty of passing : , of things, difficulty, straits : of questions, a difficulty, II. of persons, difficulty of dealing with ox finding out. 2. want of means or resource, emcws,

, ,
--,
:

, , , ()
ov, also

by means of something. Hence a matter of doubt, disputed point.
inclined to doubt.

-Trop^Tos,

,

,

ov, (a privat.,

)

to cast forth, e. g.

not

to

make

straight again, restore,

Hence

()
,

, ,,() -, ,
sacred,

-€, : ^: —

keep
to

secret.

2,

things unfit to be spoken,
f.

-,
fut.
of.

shrink shiveralso
;

it.

later

:

III.

throw II. throw off 2i garment. from one's country to reject, reto shoot forth bold words, ts
;

aor.

i

-

to

to

:

and

,

a flowing

off,

II. att
f.

a part

-, (, )
:

through, impracticable
kv
get, scarce.

difficulties, straits,

like

dvai to be
II,

in

great
:

straits.

2.

hard

to
i.

of persons, hard to deal with,
c. inf.,

manageable, ijnpracticable
resources,
do.

anopos

((-

utt-

impossible to deal with.

2.

without means or

-, , -, , -^, ,
3.

and
f.

so at

a

loss,

not knowing what to

offing

poor, needy.
to

dart away. is doubled in Att. in all compds. after but in Ion. it remains single.
leap
off,
f.

guish, qtiench
nied.

to leave off in despair.
f,

-, -, -, ,
f.

to neglect from carelessness

:

-, - -)- ,
e. lose

airos, COS,

-,,. -, , -,
;

,
:
:

., -, ,/,
or
stables
f.

-,

emanatio7i, efflux. to shriek forth.
f.

to

gulp down, swallow

aor. 2 p. inf.,with act. sense, of
fut.

of

-. '. {^)
away from.
to

an orphati from,
by dancing.

to be tor?i

Dep.

dance a thing away,

,f.
f.

— metaph.
:

, {,
to keep
;

(,

weariness.

to lie to in the

open sea or
clear.
to extin-

alooffrom.
:

to

make
:

or

f.

to spirt or

shed about,

from
med.

to

bereave of;

awoppaUiv

to deprive

one of

life.

-,
f.

-,

,
to

to destroy, blot out
intr. aor. 2

Pass, with fut.

act.

pf

act.

,

go

out, vatiish, die.
to

shale off:

— Med.
:

to

shake off

oneself; of a horse, to throw his rider.
to extol
to

pompously

Pass.,

with

f.

give oneself airs.

:

:

:

-,
1

notice
sign.

-, ,
chase
;

away

Pass, to dart away, aor.

[C]

f.

3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 pass, to announce by signs, to give

-. . -, ,
:
: :

:

:


93

shred.

:

to

him.

fiscate

Pass., fut.
intr.
pf.

-,-, ,
:

give a sign, to confirm or prove by a «is to allude to II. III. Med. to seal tip as confiscated, to conto proscribe.
f.

I

1

of persons,

to

make
:

rotten, spoil utterly

aor. 2
to

act.

fication.

so.

II. vavs to turfi the line of saiHng aside, make a movement sidewards, so as to avoid the direct shock.

-,, , $
f.

rot off, lose by morti-


is

sever OT part from

-,
.

From

f.

gates;

Pass, to be
;

separated or broken.
f.

[a]

;

with

drink-offeriiig at sacrifices, Lat. libare.
to

to

make fiat-nosed

— Pass,

to be

be quite silent.

rhetorical figtire, when the sentence in Virg. Eel. 3. 8, Aen. i. 139.
f.

—to

-, ,-. -, -, -,,
Ion. for
f.

away.

Med.

alone, opp. to

to

, , , -,
scatter

-€, -, -€, -, -, -^, , -^.
to
f.

to draw dragged away from : of an army,

(
; f,

Att.

-, ,
f.

to tear off.
is

aros, to, that which

torn

off,

a

[],

to tear or

drag away,

tear off the off the army:
to to be

pour out wine

as

a

to be silent after

speaking,

II. trans, to

keep secret.
silent.

Hence
2.

intr. to fall in

(ojs,

,

a becoming

a

broken

off, as

^, to cut off ox intercept by trenches.
f.

abroad
f.

'-€,
to

, , -5, $. ) (,
to
fut.

-tl• —
of

[a] contr.

Pass, to be scattered, straggle

pack and carry away pack one's baggage, prepare for a journey.
f.

to

.
'is

-€

:

from, and

, {) ., , ,, {) , {) ' 5,
Adv.
f.

,, . -, () -,
dissuade earnestly.
to

to be

eager in preventing, knock

rub

off,

off.

poet, for

for

aor. 2 imperat. o(

^,

to let fall
;

drops

the fury of madness

'

standing afar, far

drop by drop.
is

5
off'.

II.

is

trickling,

ebbing aivay.

aor. 2 act. part,

and

inf.

of

,

later

form

for

defection, revolt, apostasy.

6,

a divorce;

nom.

ov,

encamp apart front. From ture living and messing

f. to prop one thing upon another, dash one thing upon or against another esp. of the
;

,

cede fr 07.

differ from:

, , ,
is

TO, a writing or
in

bill

of divorce.

The

not found
so

good authors.

ecus,

,

a standing
2.

away

I.

defection, revolt.

depar-

or retnoval from.

3. distance, interval.

gods,
bolts

to cs break forth, like thunder come to a sorry ending, end in nothing. Hence f. to cast a shadotv. aros, to, a shade, shadow: an adum;

bration.

tered.

objects at one, and so to look steadily at,

, -, -, ) —, -,
/SeAca
to

hurl
II.

down thunderor

to

upon or

at a thing.

intr. to btirst

-,

rebel.

,

€(
safe.

Vass.,

=

(8,
from
to look

to be scat-

aor. 2 inf. as if

(see

off

to be

dried up, withered.
f.

-, -, -^, -, , -, , -, , ^(€$, -,
Tiva or ri
:

away from other
gaze
at,

c. ace. to

ov,

(,

look

to,

regard.
the

ckottOs)

away from

mark.

to be

enraged with.

f.

Att.

,

. -, - ^^
f.

, () / , -,
f.

verb. Adj. of

one must re:

,

to

stand off or aloof from
II.

to

to fall off ox revolt from.

absol.

stand aloof, be absent.
ov, 6,

From

a runaway, deserter,
Adv.,

Hence

esp. to

, -^, ,, — -€, -€, -^. -,
to be rebelliously inclined.
f.
f.

,

,

rebellious

:

to fence off with pales.

to uncover, unroof.

to shelter

from

to shelter, keep

II. to

keep off water, and generally to keep

as,

TTvpyos

poet, for
:

f.

aor. 2

:

to

go away,

go

back.

:

:

f.

-(

:

aor.

I

Pass., aor. 2

[a]

:

pf.

-:

pf.

to

strip off the scalp

like the Scythians, to scalp
f.

to

: metaph. to shave bare. plunder and carry off.

f.

to ba?iter, rally.

f.

^,

to

deceive

— aor.

2

pass. part.

beitig deceived.
to

f.

scare away,

as

one does

-€, ^/ ,, -, -€€,
nish.
vice.
also,

absol. to send away, basend aiuay from II. to send off, dispatch, on some serPass, to be sent off: III. to drive back : IV. intr. to go back. to go away.
to
.•

poet,
pi.

:

f.

:

to straiten:

3

plqpf• pass.
to love

f.

no more

fut.

to rob, bereave, or

birds.

II. intr. to
;

be off in a hurry, in phrase

be off!

one of a thing c. Pass, with hold:

:

ace. rei only, to take

fut. pass,

and med.

-^

to deprecate.

defraud away, with-

:


pf.
:


io be

:

— ——

: :

and
in

fails me,

deprive;

,( . ,
want

94

fern.

ing one of his

^^ €5, () €8 , ((() " ^, ($.
-€,
of.
II.

'€£ —-^.
robbed or

impers.,

avocrcpu

^ there

I

lack.

Hence

-,, -^,
f.

try whether they are ripe
f.

(ws,
ov,

,

a robbery

:

deprivation.

,

a robber, cheat
as

or -rpis, ihos,

,

.]. —

-

son
the

-, , -5,
f.
:

,(,
:

to chase

metaph. of informers.

)
f.

away

by force.

to strip off spoils to rob or defraud one of a thing.

-, , -, . -,
interest.

,

able to rob or

-|,
-2|, —
:

a device for cheat-

thought.
bare.

=

$, ,

v. sub.

-, , -^,
f.

,
f.

to fix firmly. to

V.

f.

make

):

ov,

(,

synagogue.

f.

,
f.

)
aloud

to squeeze figs, to

from

a per-

put out of
for

to

whistle

want of
lay

[],

-,

Att.

-,
to
:

to strip off, tear

^

to cut the throat;

to shine.

ayyos, so that the blood runs into a
to slay

f.

to be bright with.

strigil

pass. part.

a fleet.
sion
:

tion.

sador.

expedition.

viiv, to speak from

or off-hand. II. to put questions to, so as to require an immediate answer.
f.

to
to

rpaffKe:

$ -, ^^ ,-, -, -€, , -, ^ - -[, .
,

, {) ,
to scrape off
o,

— Med.

Att.

airocTToXivs, cws,
",

.'^^, {) (\)
II.

,

to scrape with

a

sweat from oneself ; pf. scraped clean, Lat. lauti. one who equips a senditig off, a mis(from Pass.) an expediapostle, apostleship.

— -6, ,
Med.
f.
f.

^
:

away:

(for the tenses,
es

pail

:

generally,

to die of mortificatio7t.

astray, drive baffed away ; to make one miss the fruits of toil
2

a dispatching.
III. the

offce of

an

--,

f.

2.

an

apostle.

f.

Att.

,—
to

memory
Att.

,

or Dep.

encamp away from ; encamp at a distance.
fs,

, ,
a messenger, ambasII. — a naval
€l-

$,

of

up, shut up.

-, -& \\€ -, . -. -:, -, -, , -,
to kill oneself.

have one's limbs mortified:
aor. I
:

,, .
[],
to be

to lead

tivcL rrovov

:

Pass., esp. in aor.
it.

cheated of a thing, miss
aor.

opt.

and
:

subj.

Ion.

f.

Att.

to seal

f.

f.

to make to smell. prop nets on poles. Hence utos, to, a forked piece of wood

to

banish by ostracism. for propping hnriting-nets. fut. of

-.
aor. 2 act.

€.

/

rj,

aor. 2 pass. subj. of
:

f.

:

aor.

i

pass.

3 sing. Ion. aor.
:

I

split or cleave off.

2

.

to sever, part, or detach from


and med.

inf.

of
to

:

Pass.,

aor.

2

pf.

To turn back, either to turn to flight, turn back from flight ttuSos koX xeipas

or to

<puv, to twist back the hands and feet so as to bind

them. 2. to turn away or aside: hence to dissuade from a thing. II. intr. (sub. kavrov, etc.), to turn oneself, turn back: Pass., with fut. med. use, specially appointed. to be turned back ; Ion. for tovs (of ships, to have their beaks bent back. to set apart or assign III. Att. f. to turn oneself from or away, abhor, Lat. aversari, specially ; he had been c. ace. II. Med., do not turn away from stationed on the right. me, like Lat. avertor ; \6yoi hostile Tivi to bid adieu to a person or thing. words. 2. to get away, escape. Pass, to act like a bull; 3. to turn and

\5,
;

-,

flee.

II. , a turning away, averting. (from Pass.) a turning oneself. 2. an escape, or a place of refuge from a thing, resource; air. refuge from evil a resource against the want of water, a means of getting it.

utterly, loathe.

$ -5, {) -(' -, -^: -^
;

,
Hence
:

'

( $

ov,
f.

;

of a river being parted from the main its parent stock, etc. f. to save, restore again: o'ito bring safe home Pass., to get safe to a place, to get off safe. set apart for a special
esp. in Pass.,

stream, a tribe detached from

-|, -,

-, -. -, -, , (
f.

05, , ()
:

.
.

h

.

were dead.
part, of

aor. i

turned away, averted. and -(:

€€5, (5, ($. -:
for
fut.

^ . , -, , . -,
to cast fierce glances on.

4pyaa
they

,

to fence tvith a ditch, intrench.
pi.

Ep. 3

plqpf. of

Ion. pf.

(for the tenses, v. reiVcy):
:

to stretch out, to

lengthen

c. part., to

aor. 2

-icTvyov

:

perf.

to hate

—Med.

to exert oneself.

2. intr., like

continue doing Lat. conten-

dere, to hasten

onwards.

:

:


Att.

to fortify.

-, €5,
And
come

ading.

blockade.
intr. to


or

, , -,
to
f.

f.

,

wall

off",

€[— -8,
.
so as
able.
2.

2.

so as to blockade.

Hence

c<ys,

,

the

walling of a town, block-

,
f.

walls built to blockade, lines of
to

",

bring quite to an end.
('is

Pass., aor. I to

-(( -(^
an end:

an end,

cease,

Att.
:

bring quite

pf.

€$, perfect.

i. to fidfil

generally to accomplish, perform, do. make of a certain kind;

€ -,
2

-€,
to

make the
Ion.
pf.
:

state quite

and Ep.

Tivos to cut off part of a thing. 2. to separate or cut offfrom Med. to cut off for oneself, esp. with view of appropriating.

in aor. 2

Dor. and poet, for to put away : to stow away: Med. to put frojn oneself, put off; lay aside. 2. to put by for oneself, stow away. (Is 3. avOis to put aside for another time. f. aor. I to pluck out.
oy.
f.

to value,

, (
Hence
mortgaged.

fix a price by valuation ; having fixed their price at two minae hence as Att. law-term, Act. to mortgage a property accorditig to valuation Med. to lend on mortgage : Pass, of the property, to be pledged or

^-, -5.— -, -, -, {, -, -, -, -, - --, -, ,, ($ - -, -(, -,
,
f.

,

to jnake to melt

[], to melt away. Aav.far away.

- ( --, - , () , ) -,
in a thing,
pf.
:

not drunk, not drinknever drinking : without drink. cLTTorpaydv, aor. 2 inf. of f. to turn away from a thing; and so to hinder or dissuade from. 2. c. ace. only, to turn away or back : to avert evil. 3. also to turn
II. act.

. . -,
ov, (a privat.,


95

*)

,

pf.

~(4\(.
obligation.
4. to

-€\€

away from Med. and

others at one, hence to aim at. Pass, io turn from a thing, to

II.

desist

:

To

from. away,

2. to

turn away.

like Lat. aversari.
fut.

pass. part,

an

3.

(from obsol.
[t],

0(\( (fut.

render

(
ing.

to

f. \, to rub or scour clean; rub down a horse. U. io rub off:

-, — ()
also
:

3. to

turn one's face
:

aor. 2

to

run off or away.

happy.
:

:

-(

Med.

:

aor.

to cut off;

to rub offfrom oneself, get rid of. aiTOTpoiraios, ov, turning away, averting, t$Y>.o{x\\t gods that avert ill, Lat. Dii averrunci. II. pass.

that ought to be averted, ill-omened.

{()

From

a turning away, avert-

away

:

— Pass

,

esp.

a turning off of water. II. hinder(from Med.) a desertion of one^s party. ov, turned away, banished. 2. from which one turns away. II. act. turning away, averting. ov, reared away from
2.

ing.

III.

one's parents.

f.

:

:

to

II. [], to rub away, and so lose. vex, harass; so in Med., yrjv to vex the
f.

earth.

aros,
f.

which is plucked, a shred. not to honour, to slight.
that

f.

.

bite or nibble off.

poet. Frequent, of
f.

owing
exact;

others will mark off, i. e. lessen, the boundaries of his Ep. for to cut off fields others read as if from to cut up or plough the hills. = from ; kKitvs will take them away. ov, ovpos Ion. for opos) far from 3 sing. aor. i opt. of ov, unhappy, ill-starred. the boundaries ; pas far away from one's f. to make a bold venture, fatherland. absol. to be fearless, bold. without foot a-TTOVS, 0, gen. a cutting off'. ox feet : without the use of one s feet : slow offoot. 7;,
absol. to take vengeance.

, ) -. -, , -, -, , -,
:

.

:

lose.

truth, be

Hence

'-5,

,

verely.

ov,

Att.

(, -,
[t],

a

sum

settled by valuation.

=

fut.

,

dishotioured.
off.

to

shake

f. to cease beating beating oneself in sign of mourning. Ep. aor. 1 act. part, of

-, -,
II.

- . ^
:

to excite.

aor. 2

:

to

to fail in hittittg, miss,
:

absol. to be unlucky, fail

to miss the

wrong.

f.

— Med.

f.

-'
f.

Dep., poet, for
to

pay

f.

to

get paid one, avenge oneself on another:
to

-,

away
what
is

back, repay

occurs in Hesiod.
f.

the boundaries

, -,
:
:

Att.

tu>,

to beat or

cudgel

se-

,
i

part. aor.

^€€, -8,

-,{() , ,
,
ov,
2.
f.

.,

•(, -^.
From
off,

-5,

tous.

thing.

, () 8, -,
,

.

steepness, severity.

cut

abrupt, precipito

metaph. Aarsi», rottgh :
to shoot

— Adv. -5, sharply.
:

deficiency, want.

off arroivs

aim

at a

, {) ,(, , ,

,5 ,
;

.

aWoi yap

{,

'* ,
to take

med.

Ion. for
0/

, ($ -,
:

— Med,

to cease

in pass, sense

to

mark

off

apovpas,

,

,

,

a being away, absence.
to eat up.

II.

-, [],
f. f.

aor. 2 inf. of

to

make

quite bright.
:

:

aor.

I

to

shew

:

96

forth, display : to shew by word, declare. II. like by reasoning, shew, prove.

Med. to sheiv to shew, and so to make or render forth something of one's own, to make a display of declare one's opinion oneself; spoken III. to appear, come Pass, to be shewn or declared.
to light.

tence, decision.

(v.

or bring back: back, return
in
:

to deliver in,

from,

acqiiitted,

$ . ,
f.
:

take for oneself gain, obtain.
escape.
II.

, , -€
generally, to

() '8, (() -^,=, -08, , {) -,, ^, -,— )
'•5,
ecus,

^^ 5,
eois,

- -'. :

:

: :

2

.

shew

and

I

-,

fut.

, ,

a

defiial,

negation.

=

a sen-

to deny.

) , . '/. -, )
up.

-,
off,

to fence off, block

'•5,

-,
of,

Hence

fa's,

ados,

, ,

a fencing

{,

op€s

like

Lat.

nefandus,

blocking up. properly not to be unhicky, ominous

Lat. dies nefasti, days on
held,

which

no

,

denying, negative.

Dep.

f.

to feed off or on. aor. : Ion. avevcifca
II. to

:

:

to

carry off or away.

carry

hence

2. to report.
is

3. to

pay
III.

pay what

due.

give in an accusation, etc.

imperat., like anaye,

begone

— Med.

IV.

intr,

, -, -^,
refuge.
Lat. irritus.

, -,
-|5,

assembly or

court was

opp.

to

^c-p,Att.

5, , (, , {€'/) an
V.

-, =

an

offshoot.

escape, flight, place of

to

aor. 2 airicpvyov.
;

as

law-term

-^^
:

— to flee
rovs

one pays out a rope.
f. f.

€5, ^ (^5. , (^) -€, , -, - € -, -, . -. . ^-} ^
:

to say no, to

opinion plainly.

tered: esp. a sententious answer,

apophthegm.
utterly,

be

not be gone with a murrain? Lat. abi in
[5], to perish.
to lose one's life.
act.

Ep. aor. 2 pass, [], part, to perish utterly, to die away. II. Causal in
aor.

ingly,

,, , -^, -, -, , ) , , -,
:

, - ^ ov,

,
f.

, -,
to

make good

one's defence

absol. to be

opp. to

-, -,
deny
f.

ready for escaping ; , means of escape. And ^$, , an escaping, getting off.
to

,

Hence

, -, -, -,
7-5,
to
f.

sub

€s.
with aor.
2 act.

Pass.,

and

perf.

grow
ov,

(, 6€5

out like a shoot.
?)

empty, vain,

idle,

f.

,

.

airo-

-^, , -6-5,
f.

, ,
f.

Dep. to withdraw from. From a slackefiing. [], to slack or loose away, as
to unbridle.

to forge

one's hands,
2.

speak out, declare plainly.

one, acquit him.
sede, depose.
to

-, ,
ov,
i,

to strip

{, (,
labour.

of brass. of brass.

e.

by

matmal
II.

)

living by

also to refuse.

Hence

-^,
;

2.

to vote a charge away from of persons, to reject, to superof things, to reject, vote against

Dep.

to

speak one's

abrogate, annul.

Hence

ea;s,

=

•-€€',
f.

aros,

a thing ut-

-^
:

f.

to

77, rejection by show of hands. dratv offxvater by a canal.

:

aor.

I

a

terse saying,

an

[i5]

:

pf.

:

:

Pass., aor.

I

€-

to

pour

out, spill, shed.

f.

pf,

:

to soften off the colour,

shade

ruin

:

to destroy

Ion.

-€,
dat.,

off.

inf.

Ion.

Pass.,

with

fut.

med.

to

impf.

fut.

:

aor. I

:

lost,

perish,

els

;

wilt

to

suffce, be sufficient, be enough,
2.

malam

rem.

with

II. trans.,

was not enough
'tis

Ep. aor. 2

:

also as in
;

sing,

impf med.

(€€ = €.
sufficient for
;

fut.

to

make to perish,

to destroy.

tovtois contented with a thing the Mysians being satisfied therewith. II. Med. to use to the full. 1. to abuse, misuse, Lat.
ahuti.

3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 pass, imperat. of foreg.
utter destructio?t.
to treat very slightf.

,

{') ,
Dor.

make no account
f.
f.

,(,
of.

to

go

to strip off the rind. quite away: esp. of scho-

money.

lars, to

murderous. a carrying away. a bringing what is due, paying: also that which
ov,
5^,

-8, {()
f.

leave their masters.

full, misuse
II.
is

enough,

paid,

tax, tribute.
to unlade.

Dep.

to

unload

oneself,

mouth of

-, -,. -. -, -, () ) ,, -, —, . -, )

, ,
,
:

Ion. for

impers., v.
ov,

{,

^ ,
for the

vees

— )

army

:

me

to

with infin., do also 3
;

3. Pass, to be

not to be paid in

€$,

,

a using

to

the

a gettijig rid of. Adv. pres. part, of
i

sufficiently.

aor.

(,
f.

pass. part,

of

to

make

quite lame.

to

dam

up,

bank up the

a river, etc.

.

:

:

:

:

from,
ireal.

thing,

give it up. humours of the body.
i.

a place or means of

,
•-6,
c.
f.

^,
etc
.


go from
,

or
:

away
to re-

gen.

2. absol.

go away,
.

ot

3.

withdraw from
pass
off, esp.

a

e.

II.

of the

a-TrpauvTOs, Ion. implacable.

Hence
off,

---,,
airpcTria,
r),

cois, 7),

a going away or

r^rea

:

-^,

safely.

from

-,
:
:

f.

Att.

,

d-TTpTiKTOs, Ion. for

pari or separale
:

sel

aparl.
inf.
:

ivipe offfrom oneself

-^,
ace. pers.
:

c.

him
c.

sometimes used
ace. rei,
air.

indictment

one, acquit:

fairs and law-suits: love of ease, Lat. olium.
easiness, supineficss.

, -, . - ) ^: -5, ) ) ^/ ^ . ) ) -, , -, ) , ) ,
^
iroteiv

Hence

nerally, lo slrip bare, bereave

ing from, a view, prospect. fut. from an obsol. pres. used as fut. of

^ ' , {, -, ,
wipe
off.

inipf

aor.

I

uTre-

2.

3.

fut.

wipe clean : Med. wipe one's nose. Att. Dep.:

vole an office

away from one,
pf.

,
the

ceasingly.
I.
,

) ,, ) , .) . ) -, -,
/,

. -8,
Adv.

97

(

privat.,

, sing. pf. pass,

unsold, urifa/eable.

ov, (a privat.,

(a privat.

,)

poet, for

unseemly, unbecoming. unseemliness.

-5, ,
teeth, like

Adv. wilhoul price or ransom.
ov,

( privat.,

[

From

prob.

=

'.
ov,

unboughl.

{,
:

lo rejecl

aor.

I

and

are
II.

ceaselessly.

in pass, sense,

be rejected.

;

.

to

vole againsi receivifig the
rejecl

dilaled.

law

;

rivos

lo

vole a

charge away
acquitlal.

from
III.

absol. lo vote

an

lo

vote

againsi

doing.

ecus,

f.

,
f.

,

an

acquillal.

slrip of hair,

€$,

,

of a thing. fut. of

) -, -,
mahe bald :
ge-

-, -5, -?, -, $, -. ($. )
Adv.

^, hAt.mordicus
-$,

(

copul.,

)

slruck un-

pre perly

with closed

metaph. imporlunalely,

ov, wilhoul previous design, ttnpreme•

rashly, thoughtlessly.

ov, not ready, disinclined,

backward.

is,

(a privat., vpoibuv) unforeseen.
ov, unforesee?t.

Adv. of

(

privat.,

without foresight forethoiight, heedlessly. a-irpo^evos, ov, without a a-irpooiTTOS, ov, unforeseen.

a look-

Dor. ov, inaccessible of disease, not lo be healed. ov, unexpected, unlooked for
-TOis.
II. act,

-••8,

Adv.

not expecting.
II.

:

[],

:

pf. pass,

(,
:

ov, (a privat.,

'^$)

not to be

spoken

to, stern,

savage.

act. not accosting,

lo

c.

ace,

1. leave off breathing, lofainl, swoon. to breathe out life absol. to
II.

not greelitig.

expire, die.

(,

:

to cool, refresh
:

-8,

ov, (a privat.,

not to be

reached or won.

Pass, lo be refreshed, recover, revive

impers.

'•-'•€€,

^,
;

Med.,

ihey gol the sweat dried off. il grows cool, ihe air cools.

III.

a.-'pX^o^i,ov,(a^pr'\Wt.,p6-c)unapproachable. fut. of ov, (a privat.,
unforeseen,
tiot

thought of beforehand.
not sum-

Ep. contr. for Adv. of

'^,

ov, (a privat.,
trial.

easily.

moned

-, freedom from business, public af2.

From

otil

suils

law andslrife.
ful.

to

or effecting nothing, unprofilahle, idle ; vUto depart without success, Lat. re infecla

[) $ ', (, , -. -,
.
2.

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

-)
I.

against, not stumbling, void of offence. ov, (a privat.,
sistible.

wilh-

business, frea from business, stale-affairs or law-

a p\3.ce free frotn

pass,

of things, not troublesome or paingol or lo be got withotil paitis.
lo

f.

do nolhing,
ov

lo be idle.

gain nothing.

From

Ion.

$
act.
3.
II.

2.

doing

-5, '^) -5, <1-5, ) -5, , (
irre?io

-•5,

to attend

a

ov, (a privat.,

not striking

indictmenl laid againsi a

having chosen a
citizens.

Adv. -$, nnsxiccessfully II. pass, againsi which nolhing can be done, unmanageable, incurable.
TiKTJs airpaKTos

Hence

at a loss, embarrassment, helplessness.

,

2.

nol lo be done, impossible.

unassailed by your divining
:

-) -••-5, (
inconvenient, dangerous.
arts.

,

inaction

ill-success.

a being

,-, ) ) •5, -,
The nom.
is

-$ )) -, ,
ov, (a privat.

holding

intercourse or

commerce with

others.

ov, (a privat.,

fut.

of

not lo be withstood, irresistible. ov, unsociable.

,

privat.,

an

at

Athens, /or «0/

or patron from

,

among

the

not used.

ov, (a privat.,

unsuitable,

privat.,

Adv. ivithout respect of persons.
ov. Dor. for

(a privat.,

untouched, vnd?filed. ov, (a privat.,

offer'

98
ing no excuse, ready.
honestly.

guarded

-, -5,
-5,
ov,
e.

Adv.

-tojs,

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

against, unforeseen.

(a privat.,

less apt to stumble.

a-TTTcpos, ov, (a privat., trrfpov) without xvings, unthe winged : in Homer, ?) ' aimpos eirXero

speech was to her without wings, i. e. not away wingagain, sank into her mind less flight; of arrows, unfeathered ; of young birds, etc., unfledged, callow; artrepos (pans an unfledged,
;

-, ^/, 05) --,
i.

unconfirmed, report.
gen.

0,17: dat.pl.dTrr^ffi

tinfledged, callow, of young birds:
is,

in speech.

subject to the sense of touch. aor. i Tjipa f.

",
to

-, () ,
aiTTos,

(a privat.,

ov, poet, for

\(5.
:

,

tonched, handled: to he touched,

Ep.
to or on,

:

pf.

shield

fix upon was fastened,

freq. as

Med.,

fasten oneself
in,

,
i.

^.
:

Ion.

a thing
e.

;

clung
fut.

) , {) ) . -5, . , () ( (. {) ' , , -, . , . ,, {) ) , (, . ms - {() ,
not
off,

?. . ) )
:


from
and
:

without evasion,
tinforetold.

'-€, —
:

Adv.
f.

=

(,

-

afar.
:

aor.
:

I

or

the land, banish.

not stumbling; to make the horse

Med.

ew

law-lerm, opp. to

:

(a privat.,

'$)

unwinged. undaunted

ov, forsworn, abjured, declared impossible ivith an oath, Lat. abjurandus ; mortals should never make II. act. under oath not a vow against anything. to

, , , ,
€5,
;

to thrust off, drive

beat from one's course
to reject, disdain.

away of the wind, to beat later, to drive away from
drive back.
3. in

2. to repel,

Hence

ov, thrust or driven

away,
:

rejected.
loss

17,

aor.

waste. : of aor. 2 med., in pass, sense, of ov, (a privat., without a lid.
I I

destruction

/(.

aor.
fj,

a denial upon oath, as Att.

,
a)s

-

do a thing.

aor.

I

inf.

of

aor.

I

med.

ind.

and

inf.

of

Pass., aor.

i

ov,

To fasten, fasten
him
1
:

km '

closely, to
:

— more
:

his

from.
Sup.

aor.

to,

hence

to cling to,

hang on
:

by,

grasp ; to engage
attack.

yovvwv

to cling to one's
2.

undertake, begin.

knees later, to fasten up07i,

Adv. of

3. to touch, affect,

4. to

grasp

xvith the

senses, apprehend, perceive.
to

5. to reach, overtake:

gain.
:

II. to

kindle, set on fire

fire

-,

to he set

on fire. wTos, 6, ,

( privat.,

failing, unfailing.

towers.

without fire, in Homer only of tripods, that have not yet been on the fire, i.e.
ov, (a privat.,

-, -5,
-5,

a-TTv\(iiros,ov,(a privat.,

ov, without toxver
ov, (a privat.,

vpos oIkos a cold, vpos unrefined, opp. to
new ;
fices in

) ($

) ) ^)
and
;

— Pass,

to take

Ep. before a consonant for Ep. (which is enclitic), and before a consonant ap I. Epic usage i. then, straight-

, ",

, ,$.
,
II.

($, ,

repelling waves. thrusting or driving away.
thrust or driven

that can be driven

a, ov,

Comp.
of

Adj.

,

ov, furthest off.

Comp. Adv.

($
:
:

()
:

away. further

.

,
oZv,
:

away

off:

Sup.

way ;
not falling or

then the

'

" '$ (.
;

,
;
:

'

cip'

oveipos thus he spake and
then, next in order, oi
2.

dream proceeded

explanation of a thing

not closed by a gate.
wall, unfortified. not girt with

going before that he would

-^
'
like
is

flee

:

with

more

precise

Ik

'
it

Pron. KXrjpos, ov
relat.

for he said makes it
II.

just the one, the very one, which they wished.

Attic usage

— here
;

always

then,

therefore, so then;

cheerless house

;

xpvobs
sacri-

Upa

must allow virtue is best €vso it seems thenwe are come
;

fire,

which no fire was used, but also not offered by and so like aphis a sting unoffered : not forged by fire, i.e. of the gadfly. Adv. -pws. ov, (a privat., not yet exposed to
ov, (a of which nothing has been learnt, unknown. II. act. having learnt nothing, ignorant : c. gen. ignorant of. 6, Dor. for [?-] Dor. for

fire.

-5,

-,

^^,

ment used by
Abba.

, . .vs. '5
or

) .,)
(fSrj)

.

Tis

cannot begin a sentence.
ally

-, , (,

gen. t/os, 0, a term of endearchildren to their father, papa, Hebr.

--,

interrog. particle, a stronger form of usuexpecting a negat. answer, Lat. num? 2. if an affirmative answer is expected, apa ov is used, = Lat. nonne ? 3. apa is also used in exclamations ap' 6 grievous then is wealth In prose Spa always stands first in the sentence. Ion, 17, a prayer : in Homer mostly a prayer for evil, a curse, hence the effect of the curse, II. mischief, ruin. personified is the goddess of destruction and revenge, Lat. Dira. f. to rattle, ring, clang, always of ar;

€ ,
From

therefore you

',
in vain

ws eoiKfv,

in questions,
?

who

then

is

there to save

^^Apa

,

^vp^s

!

!

', ',

discordant, out of tune.

mour.

€, ,

'

:

''APABOS,

or grinding of teeth. aros, to, and
ing, rattling
;

,
;

6,

a rattling;

[3
of
Att.

in grief, Lat. planctus.

dpai, aor.

I

inf.

'APAIO'2,

narrow, weak, slight. dpaios, a, ov, also
treated

accursed.

upon, [d]

redupl. for

plpqf. redupl.

med. part, of pf. [], Ion. only found in compos. Dep. to pray to a god. 2. to pray or vow that a thing may happen, c. inf. 3. to pray something for one, sometimes in good sense, but mostly in bad, to imprecate tipon one;
aor.
I

,, 8, . 5, $, , .
Zei/s apaios,
II.

, .
'.
os,

*—. , ()
gnashing
a clash6,

— —


99
Dor. for

apyos.

dpYdXcos,

,

^$,
Lat.

ov,

beating of the breast

painful, grievous, troublesome.

(akyos, as gravis

if
:

a\ya\io$) bard,
also

of

persons,

,

ov,

, , () prayed prayed
also as,
2.

thin,

to or en-

) ,
dpYcwos,
tone,

apyds, contr.

6-5, ,
for

apyaas.

,

for

'-($,

(fApyos,
:

slayer of Argus.

,

ol,

rally, offal, refuse.
17,

against,

,
6,

the feet of a sheepskin (Deriv. uncertain.)

gene-

Aeol. and Dor. for apyus, white,

act.

cursing, bringing mischief
Ion.

mostly of sheep.

,
€,
Ion.

-,
:

pf.

and

€$,

forms from

'.

f

:

:

()

45, ".
yijTa,

(apyos) white. II. paroxyepith. of the South wind, clearing, brightening, like Horace's Notus albus, detergens nubila caelo. 2. later, from being the epithet of it was the north-west wind, the Athenian

€8, , , , pyes,
from
f.

:

esp.

with cognate ace, apas

to

imprecate

thing : of a field, to lie fallow. a thing undone: Pass, to be

curses

upon one.
Dor. for
it

3 sing. pf. med. of II. apape, decreed : but, Ep. for aor. 2 in trans, sense, appeased, satisfied. apapciv, aor. 2 inf. of I. redupl. pres. from the Root *';
in intr. sense,

trans, in pres.

, .
€,
isjftxed,

€,

fruitless.

apydvTOS,

apy^Ti, apyiTa

:

and impf.,
:

in

i.

Ion.
:

:

aor.

i

to join, Ep. apapov fasten, fit together: fit II. furnish with a thing. intr. in Pass, and Med., in perf. Att. opapa, Ep. part. fem. [a] plqpf. also pf.

aor. 2

(5: — to

pass. part.

€5,
:

:

and Ep. aor.
fixed
:


:

ness

:

vivid lightning. or

2 pass. part, apto

earth, Lat. argilla.

be joined closely together:
to be

closely, fit well suitable.

, )
:

dpapov, Ep. apdpus,

aor. 2 of

Ep.

fitted, fitting

Att.
:

euphon., I hard, dash in pieces, with collat. notion of rattling, clanging, as of horses ; to knock furiously at the gates ; metaph., ovei5eai to strike with reproaches : Pass, to dash one against other with a noise, to clash, rattle, [a]

Ep. npa^a

:

, . part,

be fitted

to be fitting, meet, or

like clay, clayey.

,, , , , '5 , -5 -, €5,
apy-qs, white.

dpY€Ti, dpytTa, poet. dat. and ace.
(apyos

for upyrJTi,

be

= aepyos)

to be idle,
II.

do noto

trans, to leave

left

undone:

apyr\iis Dor.

,
rf,
:

€,
:

tv, contr.

dpyds, gen.
and
ace.

= 0^7775. TJTos, , ,

also

with poet.

dat.

, = apyrjs, white, glancing. = a(pyia, (apyos =a(pyos) idleness,
sense, leisure.
ov,

,

:

{apyos)

white, bright, vivid,

lazi-

in

good

dpYi-K€pavvos,

{apyrjs,

K(pavvos) with white,

17,

(apyos) white clay, potter's
cs,

or

(apyiWos,

tlBos)

€,

(v,

= apyos,
0,

white, shining.

dpyi-oSous, odovTos,
toothed, white-tusked.

— Adv. -$.
f.

Pass., aor.

to strike

for.

cobweb, Lat. aranea.

ankle, used

, ,=$. , , ', . ,
Ion.

: , ,, , ^, ,
apapos, perf. part, of
I

,

(apyos, odovs)
gen.

dp^i-irovs, 0,

Dor.

:

aor.

TToos) swift-footed or white-footed.

(

I

-, , , {)
17,

,

white-

(apyos,

only used in plur.

pyaa —

the firstlings at a sacrifice.

03,

,

,

2.

accursed, unblest.
a, ov,

(
II.

nesus.

/Liat)

prayed

which that

5,

part ofArgos. From Argolis, a district in Pelopon2. as Adj. o, of Argolis, Argolic. ios, TO, name of several Greek cities, of
.
to take the

,

,

in

the Peloponnesus

is

best

known

:

in

Homer
From
for the

it is

also put for the district Argolis, or even

apdxvcios,

of or belonging to a spider.

'APA'XNH,

spider's web,

'2, , ,
,
it,

whole Peloponnesus.
shining, bright, glistening ;

$
IL

'APA'XNHS, ,

a spider, Lat. araneus.
:

Hence

5,

TO, a spider's web, cobweb.
6,

an Arab

77,

also'ApaPos, ov, 0. a strong shoe, coming up to the
travellers, etc.,

apyoi as epith. of dogs, swift-footed, because rapid motio7i is accompanied by a kind of flickering light. contr. from aepyos, {a privat., epyov) not dpYos, ivorking, esp. not working the ground: hence doing
nothing, idle, lazy
:

c.
:

gen.

rei,

idle at a thing, free

by hunters,

half-boot,

$, , —

[] from

of land, lying fallow. pass, not done, Lat. infectus : unattempted.
2

apyos

:

100

which Demosthenes was said to have, when he held give them to drink Pass, to drink. 2. of rivers, back from appearing in public on the plea of quinsy, to water land, Lat. irrigare. metaph. to rethough really (it was alleged) because he was bribed. fresh, foster. a money, (apyvpos, , name of several fountains, perhaps for
changer.

dpyupeios or

ovv, (apyvpos) silver, of silver.
ov,
silver.

of apyvpiov. (apyvpos) a piece of silver: ^silver' i.e. money, cash. apyCpis, ihos, (apyvpos) a silver vessel.

, , -, -,
-65, -8,
to lay a

or belonging to silver: as Subst. (sub. 7^), silver-ore. ov, o, (apyvpos, running in silver eddies, epith. of rivers, [t]
es,

, , , -, )
-5,
or

€$

-, ,
,

-,

,

(apyvpos,

)

— €7.
silver-quinsy,

".

f.

)

:— :
aor.
i

£$,

a silver-mine.

Properly neut. from ov, = apyvpeos, apyvpna
ov, contr.

', ", , €,
Ion.

— .

to

water

cattle,

waterer: the most famous was at Syracuse.

, () cursing,
:

silver-mines.

€05,

guage. "Apcios, ov also
a, ov,

a, ov. Ion.

,

apyvpovs,

a,

warlike, martial, Lat. Mavortius

,
came

threatening lan-

,

ov,

(^$)

Comp, 'ApuoTtpos,

(apyvpos,

()
i5os,

= apiiojv.
0,

wrought of

"Apeios Trayos,

hill

, Dim. ,
,
[t], fern,

against the Acropolis at Athens

of Ares, Mars' Hill, over on the west side.
judicial court, called

Here was held the highest
hence
the same
its

name

:

capital crimes

jurisdiction.
a, ov,

apdOTCpos,
boldness.

, (apyvpos) of

€-5,
,

=

ov,

(apyvpos, (Jdos) like silver.

ov, (apyvpos,

-KOiros, 0, (apyvpos, ver, silversmith.

^Xos) silver-studded. a worker in silto levy

)
ey)

(apyvpoXayos)

country under contribution. a levying of money.

money Hence

:

c.

ace.

,

pos, novs) with silver feet. ov,
^

ing.

-05, -, ) )-, -,
(apyvpos,
ov.

')/-€, ,

ov, (apyvpos,

()

levying money.

silver-footed: also

, (apyvpos, , , -ttow, ,

,

a worker in

silver.

gen.

(apyv-

(apyvpos,

silver-floiv

[P^]

^

dpy-vpos,
white metal,

,
i.

^

(apyos, white) like Lat. arg-entum, the
e. silver, first

in

money, money.

epith. of Apollo.

to^reward with silver
(s,

silver.

ship in

raised on high.

head: a

. ,—, , () 2,
which Jason
f.

, ,
',

, -5,
f.

-5,
oos,

-, ,,
ov,

-|5,

ov, (apyvpos,

)

Homer.

2. silver-

with silver bow,

is,(apyvpos,<piyyos) silver- shining. (apyvpos) to turn into silver. 2.

(, ):€($ — — (*,
:

, ^
imperat. of

. . . ., , () . , ^,
see

Ep. ov, ('ps, slain by Ares, i. e. slain in 3 sing.pf. pass, of war. 2. later generally = ''Apeios, martial. -ov, gen. ovos, better, stronger, , braver : it serves as Comp. of ayaOos. (On the deriv.,

6-5,
'ps.)

*()

5,
,
aor.
1

(kps,

.)
inf.

by

specially under

full of martial

€,

€, (,
Ion. for

a-p6KTos, ov, poet, for appfKTos, undone.
act.

and med. of
i

Ep.

3 sing. aor.

med.

aor. 2

med.

inf.

,

of a desire to please, complai-

sance

:

in

bad sense, obsequious, flattering.
fut.
:

',—
:

6$,

bad sense, obsequiousness, flattery. Adv. pres. part, of agreeably. , ov, desirous to please, complaisant : in
aor. I

,
From
inf.

€,
Ep.
:

:

pf.
i

Med.,

fut.

:

aor,
1

'

ourselves

((
II. c.

Ep. part.

to

this will
to

;

:— Pass,

make good, make it up, we make up among make amends : c. ace. pers.
;

to be so

= pyvpoets.

aos,

,

ov, (apyvpos,

(apyvpow) silver-plate. bought with
[v]

€08, ,

)
2.

rewarded.
rich in silver.

to conciliate, propitiate,
c.

gen.

rei,
:

their heart with blood
quiesce.
tify,

pvas aaos
to be

sated Pass, to be contented, acthey

^

Pass., aor.

-

dat. pers.

pleasing
:

to,

gra-

ov, (apyvpos) silver-white,

= apyv<p(os, contr. ovs, ,
for

please, flatter, TpuiTois Tivos to conform to his ways:

epith. of sheep.

(apyos, swift) the

A rgo or
up,

sailed to Colchis.

grateful
lifted

to water, Lat. irrigare.

Adv. contr.

, €,
:

pleased them to do so. verb. Adj. of pleasing, acceptable, approved. Adv. -reus.

,

,

it

,

impers.,

^pca^

f.

], (()

to befit or

proper, to thrive,

,

.
:

prosper.

7itterly,

Lat. penitus.

($,

,

the point

€, ,

of anything, an arrow-

Homer,

like Lat. virtus

goodness, excellence, of any kind ; but in (from vir), manhood, prowess,
2. in

sting.
0,

a watering

a watering-place.

From

valour: also manly beauty, dignity, etc. of the virtues of land, fountains, etc.

Prose,

3. excellence

:

: : ;


in art or

101

goodness, virtue
tion, merit.

, ,

dat.
is

,
,
meet to be

workmanship,
:

skill.

II.

in

moral sense,

1"-,

also character

for

virtue, reputa-

(For deriv. see Ion. and Horn, for

.

'$.)
med.
subj.

Ep. for
f.

,—$.

aprj, 2 sing.

aor. 2

o(

.
c.

$,

notion conveyed by

, -5, $. -5,
-5,
:

insep. Prefix, like kpi-,
its

compd.

:

strengthening the of same root with

$, , , = , ,
in
V,

apiyvorros.

,

to help, aid,

succour in war,

2. absol. to be

of
:

use, befit;

^

well-known
ap-q'yei it

ov, easy to be known, bad sense, notorious, infamous.

also os,

gen. vos, (api-,

ing, very tearful.

silent.

II. c. ace. rei, to

prevent, ap-qyeiv

'/.
war.

offfrom one, to avert the capture, as <p6vov TiKVOis (Same Root as Lat. arceo.)
uvos,

, -5,
, ,
rei,

also,

, ,

a helper, aid.

,
ov,

^^^

ward off, to ward

ov, (apt-, much shewn hence famous : Homer also uses it as a Sup., dptSetKfTos most renowned of men.

-8, -€6$,
:

Dor. for

) $.

)
3
to

much weep-

ov,

(^$,
ov,

Ooos) swift as Ares, swift in

or in war.

-€5, , 5, , -5,

(8,
,

)

of mountains

ov. Ion. for "Apeios. ov. Ion. for

-5,
Ares.
act.

(-$.

, ,

also

(, \$)
harassed,

€., €$, 3. ,
form of

an Ion.
ov,

infin.,

prob. for

(from

).
:

distressed,

(Origin uncertain.)

gen.

"APHS,

dat. "Apec, Att.

Ares, Lat. Mars, son of Jupiter and Juno, the god of war and destruction, the spirit of strife, plague, famine. Hence often used to denote war, slaughter, murder, etc. (Akin to as the Lat. Mars to was. From the same Root come the first notion of goodness being that o( manhood, bravery in war: cf.
clension

\%' ", , .
contr.
:

, , . . 08, . ($, , " "
(Ous, II. help, succour. help against a thing, meatis of averting it.

, {-^)

. , . , , () . , -, $,
ov, also

slain by

Ares

cotispicuous or manifest.

-5, -5, -|5, 05, .
f.
:

ov, very clear or conspicuous, far-seen,

manifest,

much known.
Ep. form of

, ov,

Adv.

-$.

,
I

very

ov, very enviable.

dear

to

up

4, , ()
to

Dor. for Dor. for

6$.

pi.

number, count, reckon
aor.
pass. inf.

count out.

2. to

reckon, count.

to pray,

an

Ep. for

of

=

aros,

,

fcus, 17,

c.

,

,

a number. a counting or reckoning up.
:

of or for numbering or rec-

€€$,
:

pf.

med. of

plqpf.

€,.
of
:

koning, skilled therein

Adv.

-,

~ ),
(sc.

arithmetic.

arithmetically.

pf. pass. part,

of

,

,

easily

numbered, few in number

pf. act.

and

pass,

pf. part. pass,

of

gen. ''Apeos or

"^

(never

"Apu, poet.

ace.

") ",

not counted, held of no account, Lat. nullo in mwiero habitus.

:

,

number, a number, Lat. numerus.
of worth, rank, etc.
sit

amount,

size, etc.; irokvs

and

voc. "Apis: Ion. and Ep. de-

ber, as a

mark
to

.
;

2.

('
;

3.

num-

€kv

in

rank among

men

,(, , ,
-,
:

,

Lat. virtus.)

one thai prays

a bond, league : friendship. TO, a Joint, esp. the socket of the joint : in plur. the limbs ; often joined with some other word, as the ankles
;

utter distinctly

. , €, () ,-, )', , ,, . -5, ) . €, {) ,, -, (, ) , () , () -5, (,) ) -5, , , $ , ., () , ,(, -, (()
rjpos,

esse in nttmero, to be in no acmere number, quantity, opp. to quality or worth ; a mere set of words so of not a mere lot, like Horace's men, II. a mwibering, counting nos numerus sumus. to hold a muster of 2. numeration. the army.
fivai, like Lat. nullo

count.

4.

;

fem.

properly

-, =
a-pls,

05.

:

hence a

priest, priestess,

[a]

"Apios,

,

ov, old
«s,

word

for

Median.

Ion. for aparas.

cipdeis, aor. i pass. part,

of
3

''.

(-,

very stately or showy,

very splendid.

Aeol. for
f.

pi. aor. 1 pass,

of

to be joined together.

ov,

(~,

very remarkable

:

very

, ov, joined, united:

as Subst.

,,

at peace with another

plain or manifest.
contest.

peaceful relations, concord.

ov,

victorious in the

,

ov,

best-ruling.
rich in grapes.
I
:

ov,
;

(-,

f.

pf.

syncop.

the eyes;
f.

the mouth.
:

Hence

to

fasten by joints

to articulate,

:

also to nerve, strengthen.

c«,

(TSos) well-jointed.

to take syncop. inf. the morning meal, Lat. prandere : generally, to ta^e any meal, cf. the feats of the hero thai dpiarcia, 77,
:

pi.

-

::

103
won
the


meed of valour
Single

heroic

called, in

scribed, e. g.

always in piur., of the bravest, meed of valoiir.
left,

on the left ; towards the left; e£ on the left, 2. (with or without the left hand. 3. metaph. boding ill, ominous, because to a Greek augur, looking northward, the unlucky signs came /row the left. 4. of men, left-handed, clumsy, like French gauche. (Deriv. uncertain.)

mostly in plur. apiarrjes, Lat. optimates, the noblest
chiefs, princes.
:

€(€
Med.

(apiaTos)

he was best at fighting,
Ion. for
f.

one must be(from one must govern. 2. in merit. pass, sense, one must be ruled, i. e. one must obey. the rule of the , "APKTOS, 6 and , a bear. 2. "ApKTOs, the best-born or nobles, an aristocracy. Hence great bear or Charles' wain, elsewhere hence aristocratical. the north pole, or generally, the North. ews, 6, , best of 'ApKT-otipos, o, (apKTOs, ovpos) Arcturus or Bearprophets. guard, a bright star close behind the Bear, also called fighting best. Bootes. II. the time of his rising, the middle of morning meal, breakfast, taken September. at sunrise later, the midday meal, the Roman pranaKos, 6, (apKTos, = dium. pos, Arctophylax, the bear-keeper.

position.

breakfast;
breakfast

ayaeos
inf.,

excellent
lently
Att.,
:

children.
best

stoutest hand.

best children.

treacherous.

-,/ -, -, -,
hand;
4s,

-, ) (, -, , (, ) -, $ -, ) 8, -5, ) $- , ) $ $ $, , () €, -, )
:

-5, , (5, $) -5, ", ,, (5, )
,
-voos,
ov,

-, 05,
f.

, 5 , , ', , (€ ^ ^ )5, $. , () , . €, ) , ,
action.

any great, manifest books of the Iliad were so plainly. which the deeds of some one hero are dedpKcios,

( (),
'

^.
clearly
visible.

, €08, , ,

Book

5

is

. {()
man
:
;

Adv.

($,
Adv. -tws.

very

the prize

of

€),

-

€05, enough; 65, , ()
Att. contr.
dp/fccy,

a, ov,

=

ap/tTeios,

$.
sufficient.
I

of a bear. Adv. pres. part, it is enough.

605, , ,
f.

iws,

Ion. for

:— Lat.

() ( ARCEO,
:

help, aid, service.

pres. part. neut. of
:

aor.
to

only, to assist, aid.

($,

,

(apiaros) the best

in

Homer

—3

sing. Ion. impf.

:

f.

-.

to

be the best or bravest
the best of the
;

he

was

enough, mostly c. inf. absol. to be enough, be strong enough. 2. impers., it is enough for me, I am well content; apKiLv it seems enough, seems good. III. Pass, to be satisfied, contented with a thing. (The Root is the same as that of apKios, a, ov, also os, ov, safe, sure;
:

off: c. dat. II. to be qf use, avail, be strong also c. dat. to suffice, satisfy:
off,

ward

— keep

pf. pass,

-

-^.)
it

Trojans

;

now

is

safe that

we

perish
II.

to be best in a

thing

c. inf.,

or be saved

;

apKios

a sure reward.

enough,

sufficient.

,

contr, for

to

give one breakfast:
to

dpKTCios, a, ov,
verb.
II.

($)
Adj.

of a bear.

to breakfast.

of

Adv. (apiCTos) according

rank or gin.

(5, ()

,

:

voos)

of the best disto

APKT2,
;

Att. apKvs, vos,

,

a

net,
i.

hunter's net,

Lat. cassis

apKves

the toils,

e. perils,

of the

— Med.
,
ov,

prepare sword. things prepared for
as

,

to get one's breakfast. best in
its

,

or

(apfevs,

kind, used

Sup. to
:

:

of persons,

,

ov, or os, ov,

best,

i.

e.

bravest or noblest
;

($,

a line of

nets.

sur-

c.

rounded with nets;
:

best to fight
:

best,
:

easiest to
pi.

cheat

the toils
nets.

,

death amid a net or place beset with

In Att. best,

i.

e.

most

neut.

as Adv., best,

most excel-

contr. with article,

Horn.,

Dor.

(On

deriv., see

'.$.)

,

(apKvs, ovpos) a watcher of nets. utos, to, (same Root as a chariot, war-chariot, car. 2. chariot and horses,

-05, , ,,
,

$,

poet. fem. of

-TOKos, ov,

eipos,

($, (() , ($,
6,

the

yoked chariot

:

also the horses.

bearing the best

with the with a cover, a contest won by the

)

Tvos, b,

,

es,

(dpi-,

(~,

) )

(5, $)
easily

esp.

bearing the

very slippery or

known, very

chariots, charioteer.

, , €, -,
$,

,

€05,

and children. /" or belonging to a chariot: , ov, of music, whether of a mournful or martial cast. f. to drive a chariot, go therein.
esp. for

() , () , , (, ,
f.

(, women

sustenance allotted, food.

an eastern carriage

chariot-driving.
to drive

ov,

)

From

a chariot. From a driver of

:

:

hence
aor. I
pf.

esp. oi joiner's

together

ov, arable, fruitful : metaph. fit marry, take to wife Pass, to be married to. 3. to bind fast. 4. for engendering childien. apoais, (s, , a ploughing, tillage. II. intrans. to to set in order, arrange, govern. II. arable land, corn-land, Lat. arvum. III. impers., fit, fit well: to be adapted, fit for. ijpos, 0, a ploughman, husbandman ; it is fitting, Lat. decet, c. inf. aiyav nv a steer for ploughing. II. metaph. (Properly fiods Adv., = just, newly, lately. a father. an old dat. of

to give in

('^) to join together. a fitting together: a joint. II. III. an ordia union between persons, covenant. IV. as a term in nance, decree; hence fate. music, harmony, concord. 2. in Rhet. the intonation of the voice. 3. generally, harmony, agreeyvvaiKcuv ment, etc. ; woman's perverse temper.
f.

) -, ^) ) , -, : , •$, , ) -, , () , () ) $, -, , , . . 5, $ ,.) , ,, , , , ) , ,... ', , , , .) . , (, . , , , -,() ,
chariots.
riot horses, esp, for racing.

course of a chariot, wheel-track.

,.
6,

, (,

rattling with

,

(,

— '0'2. €-9, , , 'APNE'OMAI,
i
:

103

(apvos,

feasting on sheep.
i

fut.

:

aor.

making chariots;

wheehvright, chariot-tnaker. f. to keep cha-

(, Hence

but also aor, med. to deny: opp. to
decline

Dep.

:

— opp. to dnuv,

pass,

c. inf. to

,

a keeping of chariot horses.

Ion.

-, ,

(,

f.

, (^)
fipos, b,

to refuse: absol. to say no, refuse to do.

a tumbler: also a diver.

the

,

(apvos) to frisk like a lamb, tumble. ov, to be denied.
denial.

,

,—

, . Dim.
ecws,

oi apvos, a

the tackle or

rigging of a ship

:

any
as

'APNO'5,

ToC,

T77S,

gen. of an obsol.
:

young lamb, lambkin. nom. *aps,
dat. apvi, ace.
dat.

tools or implements, like

(From same Root

6$,

€5, , , . ,
,
Att.
:

aor. 2 pass. part, of

also as,

, (p6)tting
Dor.
:

(),

the nom. in use being du. apve ; pi. apv(s, gen.
ace. apvas
:

;

—a lamb, Lat. agnus, agna

(Ep. ap:

also

together

a sheep.

well-fitting, agreeable.

defect. Dep., used only in pres.

and impf.,
gain,

pf.

:

to

— Med. prepare, make marriage — Med.
work
:

:

($,

:

f.

:

lengthd. form of

to receive for oneself,

Pass., aor. I

:

:

earn, carry off as a prize.

to fit

together, join,
oneself,

to join

for
2.

put

ready.
to

of marriage,

-,

Dor. for Ep. aor. 2 med. of
aor.

fut.

of

;

{) () ()

I

imperat. of

17^0;,

,

a ploughman; labourers of the Muses, i. e. poets.
6,

,

,=

made by

commander.

one who arranges or governs, a governor: esp. a harmost, the governor of the Greek islands and towns in Asia Minor sent out by the Lacedaemonians during their supremacy: also the governor of a dependent colony.

,5 . . , ,
,

the theory
for

05, , (a

tearing

Dor. for
arcs,
rjpos,

() ,) , () , ()
,
away

skilled in

of music. a joining, a joint; a joint or opening in the tomb
the stones.

joined work.

, = sq.

:

poet., also

,

apv(s, etc.; v. sub apvos.
iSos,

apveios, a, ov, (apvos) of a lamb or sheep ; apveios slaughtered sheep. dpvcios, 0, (apvos) a young ram : but as Adj., ap- f.eld. vtids ois a male sheep.

, ,

, (), . , $ , (, -$, , ,(, )) , -€, (, :
of the field :

'

dpOTOS,

()
\$
cws,
f.

tillage,

ploughing, husbandry;
2.

to live by husbandry.

the crop, fruit

afield.

II.

the season

of tillage,

seed-time.

dpoTpaios,

a, ov,

of corn-land.

music

:

plough. ov, 6, of ov for the plough. f. to plough. [\, =
to
6,

,

, == —

Hence

h'lavKos)

one

ploughs

to

and fro,

, ()
f.

like a runner in the

'\$.

who

-Trovos, ov^

a ploxtgh, Lat. aralrnm. labouring at
to

a

the

plough.

draw
(]

the

of

Att. for

dpva, ace. with no nom.

,

q. v. in

corn-land, Lat. arvum: also generally, soil, land; metaph. of a woman as iraTpis father-ZawJ;

,
.

plough.

[],

fut.

med. of

but

,

()
,
ov,

tilled or

arable land, seed-land,

use,

dual apve, plur.

giving birth
a.

,

(apvos) a sheep^s skin.

5, 5 , -5, ,
.
f.

to children.

Hence

belonging

field-mouse. Dim. of
ov,

(,

.
to

corn-land, rustic;

$
pf

rrovos)

working
i

in the

6,

poet,

:

aor

:

:

104
:~V^ss., aor.
:

'


:—
ds
:

.
to

pf.

plough,

Hrjnovs.

Pass, of the child, to be begotten.

the thing seized, booty, plunder.

bucket.

booty, plunder.

is seized,

05, , ()

, ()() ,
Ep. for

, () , ,
till,

Lat. arare.
2.

II. to

sow,

metaph. of the husband,
3
pi. pres.

fo beget

of

,

^.

ful

seizure, robbery, rape.

.
up a
seized,

III. rapacity.

' , ', , ()
that

may be published and must not be told. 2. that cannot^ be told, horrible, shocking, Lat. nefandus\

tacenda.

,

of Pallas.

$, ,
fut.

2.

a hook for drawing a rake, Lat. harpago.
that which
2.
is

honour of
ens

,
be

things most horrible.

3.

spoken;
f.

Lat.

shamedicenda

to

carry the peplos
the

Hence

,
al,

the

procession

with
at

peplos

in

',,
:

aor.
pf.

or to ravish away, to carry Lat. raptimferre. °f> "^ part., 2. to grasp hastily, snatch up : also to grasp with the mind, apprehend. 3. to seize and overpower.
:

to

apiraXtos, ov, and os, ov, greedy: also attractive, pleasatit.

Hence

rapax.
derer.

game

also a bow-strino".

--,
con.

whirlwinds. In later mythology they appear as winged monsters who snatched away food from table. wvos, , earnest-money, cantionmoney : a pledge, earnest, Lat. arrhabo, arrha.
i.

--,

, , ', , -5, ^, , €€ , (), , () ) ,() , ,. ,
"APPIXOS, ,

,, ^ /. ,
robbery.
Att.

anything that
or

plunder.
i^

aor.

Att.

:

pf.

:— Pass.,
[]
:

) - -5,
cold or fear.

who carried

-, (, ()
Pallas.

Athens, two maid-

other holy things of Pallas in the Scirophoria.
ov, (a privat.,

the peplos

and

(-

ap-pijos, ov, (a privat.,

I

OT

aor. 2

ap-pts, ivos, out smell.

,,

( privat.,
,

)

^)

not shivering from

not rooted.

II.

plunder.

Hence

08, ,, , ()
6,

a robber.

without rhythm or proportion : in undue measure, unsuitable, not fitting. Adv. out of time.

-5,
-,

Att.

a basket,

ov, (a privat.,

)

pU) without nose, with[t]

Fern,

seized in haste.

()
Adv.

grasping,
eagerly.

-,
ill

ov, (a privat.,

wyos,
f.

, ,

pvTis) unwrinkled. (a privat., without cleft,
to be

unbroken.

-e'cws,

f.

,

Hence

($)
a
privat.,

)

weak

or sickly.

to catch at, seize

ayes,
2.

,,

upon, receive. robbing, rapacious, Lat.

5, ,
(a

sickness.

^

:

a rope, cord, for snaring the twist or thread of which cloth is made
i),

^, , ()

l\.

as Subst.

,

a robber, plun-

,

weakness,

sickness,

ill

health;

robbery, rapine.

inability to serve

from

-8,

health.

ov,

weak, sickly
aor.

:

hence languid, remiss.

V,

II.

al,

()

a bird of prey, a kind of sickle : a scimitar.
the snatchers,
e.

ap<ravT€s, and
3 sing. aor. appeviKOs.

fal-

act.

',',
suture.
:

-5,

ov, (a privat.,

seam or
undotie

)
ov,

unnatural

ap-p€KTOs, poet. a-pcKTOS,
unfinished.

appevLKos,
children.

masculine.

-, -8,
ts,

appevo-irais, vaihos,
2.

, , ()
with a boy.
ov,

(, (, )
, ,

ov, (a privat.,

be broken or

ov, (a privat., Lat. tndictus : not divulged, untaught. be told, secret, mysterious;

: 3, -8,

woimded : metaph.
appev,

gen. (vos old Att dpIon. -.—male, opp. to eijXvs hence masculine, manly, strong : as Subst. , the male.
: :

"APPHN, , ,

,

ov, also

() ,

fierce, savage.

)$ ) , ,, . , () -) .:) , . )
€»/,

unsewed, without

€-5, (, "APSHN, 5, , -, () , ,
ov,

€, €08, , ?/(, ,=
Ep. for
offences.

and med. of

,

. )
i

i

of

Ion.

and Att.

for later

ov,

fitting, agreeing, friendly.

(a privat.,

masculine, male.
irais)

€$, raising or lifting. II. in prosody, the rise of the voice on the first syllable, arsis, ictus, opp. to the letting it sink.

of male

5, -,

(,
,
a

,

gen.

()

lifting the feet.

. ,
^
i

one guilty of

contr.

for

($

Ion. for

fut.

of

masculine- looking,

nus +

Persian measure, artaba, 2 choenices.
f.

,

medim-

to cut in pieces, cut up.

unbroken, not to

From
is

untiritig.

Adv.

"APTA^MO^, ,
[],

a butcher, cook.

-tcus.

,

that by which something
pf.

hung

tip,

a rope, halter.
:

Ion.

f.

:

:

Pass.,
:

aor.

I

pf.

unsaid,

II.

not to tc things

(same Root as thing upon another upon, e/i Tivos: hence
:


to

:

3 to fasten

Ion.

pi.
to,

Pass, to be

hang one hung tipon, hang

aliquo.

II.

depend upon, Lat. pendere ab Pass, to befitted, prepared, ynade ready.

pf. pass,

gen. ihos, ace. iv or gen. nooos, {apTios, irovs) ^, Artemis, ,, Diana, goddess of the chase, daughter of sound or swift offoot, opp. to II. coming Zeus and Leto, sister of Apollo. In Homer women just in time. a preparing, adorning. who die suddenly and without pain are said to be (5, , ov, just dug. slain by her /SeAca, as men by those of Apollo. ov, speaking readily. Hence -TOKOs, ov, just born. a temple of Artemis. 2. ov, act. having just given , a Spartan month, answering to part paroxyt. birth. of Att. Elaphebolion. is, just become viovos, , the foresail; or top-sail, sible. suppdrum. ov, gen. ovos, sound of Ion. for that which hangs down, a mind, intelligent. is, and ov, just hanging orna?nent, pendant. born, just made. the windpipe or trachea. just yawning or : is, Adv. jiist, exactly : just now, even straightway, forthwith : but also of something just opening. contr. with the past, opp. to II. in compos, it mostly down just growing. denotes what has just happened. ov, just smeared over, (aprios) to play at odd and even, f. ready spread. Lat. par impar ludere. W. to count. Adv. o( apTios, like just, exactly. Adv. (apTios) an even number of times.

"APTEMIS,

, €,
, ,

€, .
of
f's,

Ion. for

or

4
,


(, 3
1•

(aprios) safe

and sound.

Hence

", safety, soundness.

the

() €, , () ", , (()

€5, ,

,
€,

Roman

/

^. -, -$. -, , -, . , {)) -5, ) -(5, $,
:

105
cheese, jusi

just put together, just made: coagulated, Lat. recens coactus.
ov,

)

— of

newly gotten, epith. of money.

Ep. for

,

. . ^, ,

, -5,
-€5,
f.

-, {, ) -, {$, ) -, {, ) -, {, $ () -, , $)

{, {, {, €()

,
s

groiving.

weep.

) -5, ') -, ) -8, -, ) -,
-€5, (, '^$) {,
€S,

-5,
$,

{, {, »)

just steeped.

ov,

apTi-yiveios, ov,

{, yevdov)

just married.

with the beard just

working at bread, apTO-KOiros, ov, {apTos, baking bread : as Subst. a baker. ov, {apTos, kayvvos) with bread and bottle in it, epith. of a wallet.

-5,

, )

ov,just born.

fs,

-5,, €€,

ov,

{, (, , {, {,
is,

ov, new-born.

jiewly carved.

Subst. a baker.

just taught.
just weeping, ready to

bread: baker.

ing close
(Is

-, {, ) , , {, ) -5, {, \€) -, {, ) -5,
pecul. fem. of
is,

)

,
6,
:

-, ,
when
f.

-05, ,

{apTos,

)
shop.

making bread:

as

ov, 6, {apTos,

ioa)

a dealer in

Hence
a baker
fem. of

-5, 5, ,
it

$,
it is

a bread-

just stript

off.

zvoman.

"APT02,
is

,

{apTios, tnos) ready of speech, glib. a late union;

plur.

newly-married husbands.
{apTios) to get ready, perform.
is,

bread, opp. to

just blooming.
close-glued, cling;

-, oi () ,
means bread
{apTos,

is,

just dead.

ov,

to.

II.

meiaph. fitti/ig well together

or leaves.

-5, , {, -5, {, \() {,
in the nick
6,

)

of time, opportunely. just having got hair
speaking readily.
just born.

apTiJvas, , Epidaurus, like

-, {, ) {, ()
ov,

i'/)

oipTt-X6x€vrros, ov,
is,

dpTios, a, ov,
its

kind, exactly fitted ;

purpose;
able.

^

numbers,

-,
2.

active, quick, ready, c. inf.

thought things fitting or agreeII. of

(

having just learnt.
complete, perfect of to speak to the

(same Root as contrive : in bad
rally,

v(iv, Lat. insidias struere, to contrive
to

make

evett,

opp. to
is,

{,

($,

odd.

bucket, larger than the
aor.
I

Trayrjvai aor. 2 pass, of v-fjy-

, ] , /^ .) , .. €8,
[],
I

, («, -5, {) '() , {)
to eat bread.

,. ,
,
fut.
:

a loaf, esp. of wheat, for barley-bread

commonly
to eat

in

wheaten

to eat barley-bread.

From

bread-eater.

seasoning, spice.

magistrate at Argos and

Ep.
:

aor.
:

pass.
I

— also

pvi'.

aor.
:

I

fut.

:

[]

aor.

:

pf.

pajs.

To arrange, manage,

sense, to scheme,

prepare, make
t',

ready

— Med.

hence a trick

:

gene-

to prepare,

ready.

{)

a pail for drawing water,
part, of

med.

106

ladle, cap.


to

Lat.

to win,

quated.

songs from Phrynichus' Phoenissae. (sub. properly neut. of apXaios, the original sum, the principal, Lat. sors.
olden time.

-5, (, \•) -.6---5, .{5, (8, ", $,
out of date.

, ,{) -5, ,
-68, ,
gain.
6,

, .. , 8, , ,, \5. $ ', , , : ,:• ', . ^

Ion.

(

.
f.

: .

rjpos,

,=

,

Dim. of

€-5,, {)
,
all,

to

ov, {apxe-,

small ladle.
cf.

or dance.
^

)
Lat.
:

command,

lead.

leading the chorus

5,

,=

rjpos,

,

ov,

() {)
to

ladle:

vessel/or taking up liquids,

a beginning, first cause, origin ; in the beginning, at first ; e^ from the first; absol., atfirst; not atfirst, i.e.
never at
not at
all, like

fit to drink.
:

omnino non.

Att.

Pass., aor.

HAUR-IRE,

draw for oneself: c. gen., to draw from the waters of

[]: aor. a first principle, element. [] f. 3. in plur., = cf. [] or firstlings. 4. the corner of a sheet. II. supreme draw water for another: Med. power, sovereignty, dominion. Aids c. gen. rei,

,
From
a a
but dat.
11,

2.

NdKov
:

the Nile

— metaph.

(6$,

over Asia also an empire. 2 in Att. prose, a magistracy, oce in the government they were mostly obtained in two ways,
TTJs

a'las power

;

ayyeXos) an archangel,
old-fashioned,
anti-

by

6v,

•-€8,
--^/^,
'^''"*"»
:

election,

is,

ov,

{$,

beginning of a thing.
f.

yovrj) of ancient race.

f.

to discuss antiquities or things

From

ov,

one who writes
ov,

-5,
f
leader
:

{, ,
^0
:

by

lot.

yiviadai) causing the first
a leader or ruler; and

to be

f•

'70'<w.

^ake a
:

ov,

fem.

Dor.

ancient history.

, -\5,
,
f.

the founder of a city or family.

€5, ^) {,
begifining.
idos,

first leader, prince, chief.

kparos)

dear old

apxaio-TTpemfis,

ancient, former.

!, -€,

of old, time-honoured. dpxaios, a, ov, i) from the beginning, ancient: in good sense, time-honoured ; but in bad sense, like

gistrates, Lat. Comitia.

{, €(;, ,

-,
style.

) {
ov,
fs,

^), , {$, \$) {$,
gone by:

rich

from

Dor. beginning, originating. as Subst. like 7tTi7s, a leader, founder, Lat, auctor ; a first father. 2. a prince, chief. Adv, from the beginning.

-05.

distinguished

,
'-,

, ,

-, , {, ^) . -

TO, Ion, for

Adv,,

,

{)^.
. from
of
Ion,

insep. Prefix

antiquated,
ov,

605, ,
Chief Priest.

. Dim.
(, :
,

,, , {(($)
a

also simple, silly.

2.

{$,
to

rponos) old-fashioned.

ai'pecis)

an

€3,
hood.
sea.

apx-i€p€vs,

election

canvass for election. Adv. of

quated

lence or superiority.
Ion.

properly neut. of an Adj. apxuos, a, ov: a public building, such as a town-hall, senate-house, residence of the chief magistrates, Lat, Curia.

, ,
€-,
insep. Prefix

,

of maalso to

chief priest, high priest.

Hence
bold the Comitia
:

5,
from

,

anciently.

2. in anti-

with idea of excel-

{):

, —

or sacred embassy.

leading the people, a chief contr. dpxc-Xds. £p. inf. of

wealth.
prince.

throne.

model.

-,

, ,

€-8, €-5,
.

ov,

{ۥ,

ov, Att.

€-€5,

$)

beginner of

€-75,

ov,

{€-, ttXovtos) enjoying ancient

.

,

ill.

{€-,

-, ) -8, -5,
apxiKos,

-, , {) $,
,

-',
,

-,, $. ) ',
ov,

-€,
f.

whence

ace. pi.

{-, {-,
to be

$, ()
like

^-.
to the

little ofi^ce.

belonging

nom,

:

{,

(;

also

tep6i;s)

a

the chief priest-

ruling the

,

{-, ($) the chief of a
a chief of robbers.
royal.
2. fit

From

for rule:

skilled in governtnent.

shepherd.

Dor. for
II.

($, {)
apxeras

as Adj.,

$

a leader, a princely

a synagogue.
tect
:

T(5,

(/)€-, rvttoi) an archetype, pattern,

. €€, ,
gen, evos,

-5,
apx-ipevs,
0,
f.

-,

, a chief pilot. a chief comedian. , a chief cupbearer. apxt-7r€tparr)S, ov, , a chief of pirates. ,

,

,

{-,

)

a chief

Ion, for

,

{-,
to be

^^)

the ruler

of

-,

a chief builder or archi-

to construct, contrive, Lat, struere.

From

evos, 0,

a master-builder, director of

publican.

for

., ,. , ', -8, -5, ) , ,) ^ ^ ^ , : ': ^ : €, .€ , ^ ,, , € , $

:

works, architect, engineer: generally, an author, con-

,

a bathi?ig-tub.

(Deriv, uncertain.)
for

triver.

-€5,
f.

'Aadvaios, Lacon,

ov,

,

a chief collector of taxes, chief of a banquet or

,

the president

-5,

ov,

ov,

( priv,, ( privat.,

'')
, From

,
,
— Pass,

107

without sandals. not to be flattered,

triclinium, so called because the guests reclined

on

harsh, morose.

couches placed along three sides of the table. dpxos, (5, a leader, chief, comtnander. From
:

a-ffapKOs, ov, (a privat,,
contr. for

"APXfl, commonly

aor,

I

:

pf.

:

— more
aor.
I
I

without flesh, lean. 3 sing. aor. i med. of
to satiate.

to hurt.

in

Med.

pf.

:

fut.

:

aor. I

med, inf. of

Pass., fut.

aor.

I. of Time, a beginning of a thing,

to begin

:

c.

gen. to

make
or

:

with

inf.

is, (a privat., indistinct, dim,faint, uncertain, obscure. Adv, -<pS)s, indistinctly.
f.

-s,

,

indistinctness.

($)

part.,

to begin to build;

{)
to

to surfeit, cloy, satiate
pass,

the soul begins to sink.

2.

with aor,

I

and med,

to

begin from or with; Jove, Lat. a fove pri?icipitim.
dat. pers.,
a

banquet to the gods

sense, like
sacrifice
to

part.

begin! of Place and Station, mostly c. gen, to rule, be leader of: more rarely c. dat., c. ace. cognato, apto hold an office, 2. Pass, to be ruled or governed : oi subjects. ovTos, 6, (properly part, of a ruler,
imperat.,
II,

$,

with the limbs. shew him the way:
at first.

€ ^,
€$
thetis,

un-

Aios

to

begin

from
et

to feel

loathing or nausea, to be disgusted or
ov, also

3. c. gen. rei

vexed at a thing.

:

— Med.

to

make preparations
also in a religious
to

-€5,

,

ov, (a privat.,

quenched,
less.

not

be

begin a

II. as Subst.,

4. c.

ace,

(8 ),
quenched
:

($)
17,

endless,

cease-

unslaked lime. the action of fire,

2. asbestus, a

mineral which

:

captain, chief, king.

,

"ASBOAOS, ,

€, for

, ^^, {($)

magistrates at
the second

called emphatically 6

BaciKevs, the third

remaining six 01 a form assumed as the Root of but [d], of [], fut, o{

sailors.

gen. useful in a thing.
helper, defender,

"APilMA,

inf.

, : -, ,. {), €,
**1,
, (^^) help,
6,

" " €5, , ^.
2,

oi

nine in number, the
or

) ",
$)

, .
first

ously, sin against the gods.

the chief

,, ,
,
f,

rarely b, also
I

3 sing. aor.

of

, ,
(sub.
act,

,

resists

soot.

to hurt.

impiety, profaneness.
to act

{€$)
privat,,

profanely or impi-

-,

aros, r6,

an impious

is,

(a

being

profane.
fut. inf.

)

Hence
a sin. ungodly, unholy,

of

the

.
;

not drawing by a trace (but by the yoke), of the two middle horses in a team of four abreast, the outer two being called
ov, (a privat,,

-•€pos,

,

to satiate,

succour, protection

apojyr}

(<. -€5,
:

, -$, , (^)

help against disease.

{^6$,
II.

helping, aiding, propitious;
as Subst.

,

8,
of

an advocate before a tribunal, any seasoning, spice. corn-land, Lat. arvum. Ep. for contr, from pres.
TO,

,
until.

helper

of 7775)
c.

, ,
to

)

[a]

ov,
f.

( privat.,
:

pf.

pass,

behave licentiously.

-€s,
-$,

,
is,

(^) (
med,

licentiousness.
licentious, brutal.

privat,,

,

Adv.

extravagantly.
ov, (a privat.,

-€vos,
unholy.

Dor. for

aor. I inf. of to hurt. of ), to satiate. contr. for auoai, aor. i inf. of aor. I opt. of axu, to satiate. o-aaKTOs, ov, (a privat., not trodden down. ov, (a privat., not having been at Salamis, no true seatYian. [/] ov,(a privat., unshaken, calm. I plur. aor. 2 of to sleep.

, , -,

as, as or as, Aeol. and Dor. for ews,

as. Dor. gen. for ^s, from 6s,
contr. for
I

aor.

,

!.

^,
till,

6€, = (, -€5,
2 pi. fut.

,

6.

,

generally, anguish, distress.

inf.

-,

-5,
-€\•8,

)
,

.

untended.

^,

)

-5,

, . ,,. , ,, ) . -8, )
ov, (a privat.,

to act impiously.

)
,
Att.
;

) ^)

) '^
to satiate.

not lighted.
:

{^-

without moon.

From

not to be reverenced,

Dor. for

fut.

77,

{, to satiate) surfeit, loathing, disgust.
aor, I pass, subj,

2,

and

inf.

of

ov,

( privat.,

without leader,

II.

ov, (a privat.,

unsealed, untnarked. without sign or mark;
etc.,

^$)

out device.
obscure.

uncoined gold II. of sacrifices,
III.

arms withgiving no sign,

indistinct,
2.

sounds, inarticulate. known, obscure, ignoble.

unseen, unheard: of of persons and places, un-


108
gen. ovos, -

sickliness.

weak

ficant

panting, gasping from

highest religious

, -, , ,, , )
want of
to be
2.

-,, , «€, , (€$) (, , (€$) , , (() -, ( $)
a
disease.
f.

.
II.


sickly.

strength, weakness,

weak, feeble,
infirmity.

. ,
tise
riv.

or endeavour to remain such.
t's,

3.

absol. to

practise, train,

an

is,

privat.,
2.

:

feeble, sickly.

without strength, of property, poor ; 01

€-

the

weaker

sort,

i.

e.

the poor.

3.

insigni-

Tivos practice of or in a thing.
fession, Lat. ars.
ov, verb. Adj.

:

so of streams, small.
f.

(€$)
toil.

£,

Adv. of

arcs,

, (,

to weaken. weakly, feebly, slightly. to blow) hard-drawn breath,

or trade, opp. to

'-,() {',

breafh, breathing.

to breathe

province of Asia.

(with or without Cepion of Lesbos.

without sword.

), '--, -8, (,$)
es,

,

ov, 6,

official

hard, gasp for brea'h. an Asiarch, the under the Romans in the

exercised in a thing. as opp. to

5, , () fem. Adj. Asiatic:
the lyre as improved by
ov, (a privat.,

. -,
,

, 08.
[]
:

,, 5,
uncertain.)
(ws,

unhurt, unharmed: unscathed.

-5, , ()
ov, (a privat., ov, 6,

, (4) exercise, training;
II.

)
an
:

(De-

exercise.

without

tents.

a trade, pro-

€5, , () (,
:

of to be practised. one ivho practises any art

08, , ,,()
ovos, 0,

an

athlete.

Hence
2.

industrious

athletic.

curiously wrought.

3. to be

staff.

(a privat., of persons, unhurt, unharmed: of things, imdamaged. U. act. not harming, doing no harm : innocent. 2. protecting
es,

--,

)
:

ytvos) of Asiatic descent. not of iron. 2.

Homer
later,

,
-8,
to flay
:

a, ov, (a privat.,

, (

privat.,

''•6, ,
6,

))
Lat.

acquired by practice,
ivithout shade.

without a

the temple of Aesculapius.

From
in
:

Asclepios,

Aescidapius,
a

a Thessalian prince,

from harm. Hence Adv. innocently

tmhoed, undug. 6, a mean bed. II. a bier. and Adv. of wifhout winking, without unchanged look.

blinking, with steady impudent look.
in a twinklinor.

-€5,

neut. aoKiXis, as Adv., also Afojs, obstinately, stubbornly.
2.

withered.

, ) ,) $, , ';, , , -€ ) -, -5, )
-5,

-5,

,

daios,

, ', , , ()
f.

() A2I2, ($,
a, ov,

Sup.

slimy, miry. slime, mud.

.
II.

son of Apollo medicine.

prudent

ov, (a privat., not seeing: imiinregardful of, tivOs. II. pass, unseen. 2. not to be seen, obsa/re : incredible. A2KO'5, , a leathern bag, a wineskin. 2. generally, an animal's hide: proverb.,

-,

and

physician Coronis, tutelary god of

)
(,

famous as

one alive;

to go without food, to fast. jvant offood, fasting. From ov, (a privat., without eating, fasting.

Dionysia,

the second day of the rural on which they danced upon wine-skins.
f.

, ()

to be flayed alive.

^

Hence

-5, ,
t's,

or

,

a kind cf lizard.

ov, (a privat.,

-,

the leather padding of the hole which served for the row-lock, put there to make the oar work easily.

$, ,

,

()
to

dance as at the Ascolia.

ov, (a privat.,

, ()
it

a song, lay.

not

,

,

of time,

of song.

(a

euphon.,

dried

-€5, -€75,
:

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

()
fut.

inconsiderate

—Adv. ~$,

unhewn. o{

inconsiderately.

unconsidered, unobserved.

-€5, -€8,

es, =^

€$.
. . ,
:

ov, (a privat.,

unfurnished with

2'1,

f.

curiously, fashion, dress out, to honour a divinity, Lat. colere.

work

and prose, to practise, exercise, Lat. exercere said ; either of the person, as, to exercise the body ; or of the thing, as, to practise

€) ^ . -.(: , )
jmfurnished : re
pass,
c.

), , '2', )
I

II,

65, ,
be of
it
:

ov, as

if for

up,

€$,
fut.

)
perf.
in dat.,

twister

pass. part,

of

ivell-pleased,

glad : often

— Conip.

would be to

pos.

Adv.

-$, gladly,

((, -^
me
well-pleased,
readily.

glad should
and

~€-

-5,
4.

contr. for

of

',

to sing.

ov, (a privat.,

unwise, foolish.
:

gen.
to

fut. Dep. -.—to welcome kindly, bid welcome, greet, Lat. salutare : also to greet on taking leave. 2. to embrace, liss, caress. 3. to cling fondly to, cleave to, as a disciple to his master.

pf.

:

adorn

:

also,
II.

2.

an

art.

2. c. inf.,

(( ^

in Att.

I prac-

Att. , asparagus. -cnrapTOs, ov, (a privat., of land, 7insown, untilled : of plants, not sown, growing wild.

, , ) 5, ,
. .

to be

glad

that

.

.

(a euphon., to pant, gasp, struggle convulsively. 6, a sweet-scented shrub.

Ion. impf.

-

ivell-pleasing.

ing

by no libations, implacable.

without posterity. Adv., (a euphon., unceasingly.

unspeakably great unspeakably: but,
terable,

voice.

that throws

shield.

, ()() , . , , -, , . ,( , () , ,) ,, . .. -, -, ) -8, ) ) ) -8, , ») ) -, ) , ) -,
— *'.
Att.

109

,

,

also os,
II.

,

welcome,

well-pleased, glad.

Hence

Adv. readily, gladly.
embraces.

aros, r6,

a welccme, greet:

:

in plur.

,

an embrace
welcome.

affection.

pi. of 'oans, which, whichsoever, what, whatever. Att. Ion. for something, some. Dim. of Lat. as, a farthing. Adv., Comp. of nearer: sometimes c. gen., nearer to me also Adv.

Ion. for

neut.

,,

.

7,

:

-€8, ,
,
-€€5,

,

cV,

=

whence was formed the Comp. Adj.
Adv.
Att. contr. for
(s,

(a privat.,

to be

appeased
i.e.

pos. Sup.

(a privat.,

without seed,

(a privat.,

unsteady, unstable. unsteady,
e.

ov, (a privat.,

hastily, hotly,

unstable

d-o-TTCTOs, ov, (a privat.,

(()

-8,
:

of things, uncertain.
ov, (a privat.,

:

neiit.

€$
(,

unspeakable, unutas Adv.,

gushing

in streams:

— Adv.
Adv.

^)

not trickling,
in floods.

i.

ov,

(a privat.,
-tcus.

without

an

indistinct

party-spirit, quiet.

tjtos,

o,

one

rS.c,{.,to -8,

Subst. a shield-bearer, warrior.

, ,
,
pure.
:

ing by the shield, a warrior. (a privat., ci-amXos, ,
spotless,

-, () ) -, ( ) -, ) )
ov,
ov,

away

his shield,

($, ($,
-is,

a runaway, cozvard. wielding a
shield-bearing
:

certain, unstable.

[5t]

as

() a shield-bearer. , « armourer shop. From a shield-maker. ($, •'•-€,, gen. ($,
s

, ,

shield-bearing, a warrior.

a ship, undecked ;

ing no

ov,

ovos,

liv-

, ^ ) 6,
ov, (a privat.,

be 7mstable : be a wanderer.

From

not steadfast, un-

-, $,
From
vos,
shelter.

,,
,

fem. Adj. consisting of raisins.

(a euphon.,

$)
From

a raisin.

-5, , -5,
-65, -€5,
;

dat. pi.

of (a euphon.,

ov, (a privat.,

'/)

an ear of corn.
uncovered, of
their hav-

from

Dep.

to be witty.

€05, ov, also

without stain,

like Lat. itrbanus,
neat, pretty

opp. to aypoiKos.

of

untrodden. ov, (a privat., unmoved, unis, (a privat., with metsl plates, with a boss to hold one shaken : Adv., in the middle, and fringed with tassels Lat. fast. 2. oi persons, inexorable. the long oblong shield was without sigh ov, (a privat., sctitum. 2. in common language used for a body or groan : without need for groans. of men-at-arms one must sing. verb. Adj. of heavy-armed men en•' uncrowned : hence, ov, (a privat., to draw men up twenty-five deep; en' on or to the left, right shoulders forward, wihonoured. without opos, , , because the shield was held with the left hand, opp. love of man, hating wedlock. [7a] to an asp, a kifid of snake. without love, une's, (a privat., rjpos, , and ov, , kind, hateful. one armed with a shield, a warrior : also
shield, Lat. clipeus,

*2'2, 5, , a

round

made

(6$)

bull's hide, overlaid

()
'

(), (€
;

as Adj.,

bowels

offering, to

-5, ) -•5,
:

whom no drink-offering is without regular truce (which was ratified by a keeping out of treaty or covenant III. admitting of no truce, implawith others. cable; a deadly curse.
ously pursued.

, €$ , , -, -, . ) -, , €5,
.
:

8

(, £()

,8 $

-5,
€, -€705,

) ) $(
,

a, ov,

()

of the town; then,

courteous, polite, witty, elegant,

.

€-,
,

)

()

(ۥ$,

,)

'^)

ov,

(a privat.,

din of shielded ivarriors. without

'/)

€-€5, (, €€8, €, ()
«s,

c75os) starry.

(v,

starry

:

sparkling,

metaph. heartless or merciless. Adv. implacably. From
ov, (a privat.,

glitteritig.

without drinkII. poured.

,, 6-05, , (, )

pout, for

ligk'ning.

Hence

the lightener.

-'€

and
:

without zeal

without a struggle, ignobly.

)) -.
ov, (a privat.,
II.

-€5,
77,

ov, (a privat.,

($)
:

starry

star-like, bright.

ungarlanded.

not zeal-

-€5, , -8,

not worth zeal, mischievous.

not crowned. ov, (a privat., fem. of dare's, a female citizen. without tombstone. ov, (a privat., Lat. 'ASTH'P, , gen. epos dat. pi.
:

Adv. (a

privat.,

ASTRUM,
meteor.

a star.

) ,
2.

,)

without crown,

any luminous body, a

110

fixed, unsettled, unstable.
€s,

holy.

like country Dionysia celebrated in the city; cf. sub also native, opp. to ^(vlkOs foreign. \\.
:

neat, pretty.

marked with
scraped

of horses, hard-?nouthed, unmanageable. III. of dogs, bad-mouthed, unable to bite. IV, of a sword, without edge.

. (, -, )) , -, -, •2, , , , , ' , , (, ) ,5, $) -5, -5, ) -€5, , -, () ) ) -, -5, )

,
(
privat

:

not firmly

,

astrology.

From

,

(

(y)

an astronomer:
constellation.
f.

privat.,

not to be trodden,

later,

an astrologer.
{.

05, , , ()
2.

untrodden, solitary.

TO, Lat.

ASTRUM,astar,
:

of a

city

or town, opp. to

the

=

0$,

:

and an astronofner, study astronomy

to be

and

,

astronomy.

From

ov,

classing the stars:

as Subst.,

,

an astronomer.

a-OTiKTOs,

ov,

(a privat.,
ov,

not branded, not

ov, (a privat.,
;

without turning

spots.

(a

privat.,

\€yyc)

not

round, Lat. irretortus turning the back.
a, ov,

k\9eiv to go without
stars, starry.

-5,
city.

luith the strigil,

unclean, dirty.

ov, (a privat., ov, (a privat.,

without the

stole.

, = €$.
(a privat.,

of the

speechless.

II.

ov,

or bedding

",
:

without bed

:

unsmoothed, rugged.
:

TO

gen. (os, contr. ovs, also

-|€5,

6,

,

(,

town

the Athenians called their

own

city

— ( ",
:

a

city,

as

a

-8,
-8,

^ivos) the public guest of the Romans called theirs Urbs ; though also denoted the Upper Town, as opp. to Peirtpeus.

affection, heartless, barbarous.

opp. to ^evos.
f.

aiming badly

one of the vertebrae of the neck. II. the ankle bone, Lat. tahis. III. mostly in plur. ot, dice, v/hich at first were made of the ankle-bones, Lat. tali : hence the game of dice. They had only 4 flat sides, whereas the had 6: they played with 4; the best throw was when all
<5,

, ^,
:

straight.

-, , , ) . $. -, -, ) )
05, , () a townsman,
to

ov, (a privat.,

-)
mark

without natural

-, , -5, ,
city

, ,

(, (,
into,

citizen, fellow-citizen,

the city, epith. of a herald.

) )

lord of the city. crying through

ov, gen. ovos,
:

miss the

:

to fail.

From

ov, (a privat.,

missing the marl;

aimless, absurd.

,

a pack-saddle, an easy saddle.
(a privat.,

From

is,

.

Ion. for

^$

untwisted,

iii.

() 05, , , — os)witho^t -8, ,(, •-5, vos. From , (, who

bordering on a Adv.

as Subst.

, -,
had
:

yUTOfv) near or a neighbour. to, or towards the city.
pillar

(,

(apriv.,

prop.

to be

an

the care

buildings

of the police, streets, a?id public they were ten in number, five for the City
the Peirseus.
;

)

victorious.

magistrate at Athens,

came

worst,

bearing, flashing.

intr.

privat., exemption from a shmining of service, which at Athens was a heavy offence cpevydv to be indicted for it to be convicted of it.

,

, ,
different,

and

five for

II.

as Adj. protecting

cities:

when

all

came

',
ov,

ings of social

Lat. jactus Veneris

;

the

alike, kvojv, Lat. canis.

-5,
it

'A.1.T^ Aim', -, a flash of lightning, lightning, [air] f. to carry lightnings. From forgiveness,

-06,
2.

f. to lighten : lightens: trans, to flash forth. to flash or glance like lightning. dat. pi. of

, ()
;

,{, €)

-5, -, -, -,
ov,
linsocial.

z\so public, social
life.

opyai

the feelcity.

(, €)

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

€) €s)
keeping the

unshaken.
rocky.

ov, (a privat.,

yyvv)

?iot

without
not to not

lightningimpers.,

be mixed.

^,

(
;

service.

($ ^ $

.^)

U.

gathered together, unreaped.
ov,

mixed,

-•€5,
2.

ov, (a privat.,

service.

ov, (a privat., of persons, unbending.

-€,

-€8,

never having served.

) )
{,

calumniated.

-5, -5, -5, -5,
5, -8,
,
a, ov,
:

-€8,

relentless, merciless.

ov, (a privat.,

vyepaos)

ov,

(a

privat.,

(a privat.,

ov, see
ov,

ypos.

(a privat.,

exempt from

suppliant.

not to be bent:

able to reason

, -5,
to reason.

(-)

(8)

ov, (a privat.,

inviolability, seciirity, esp.

) )
vypos)
of an asylum.
inviolable.

yoos)

not to be

not

of a

ov, (a privat.,

— Adv.,

oyoa) \oyts '^

ov, gen. ovos,

ydTuv) near

unable

the stars.

-5,

ov, (a privat.,

)

to

unbe

free

from phmder

unharmed, inviolate

:

also

c.

from
\

to

guessed, -unintelligible. ov, (a privat.,

ing one's contribution or subscription.
ov, (a privat.,

surate.

pathy.

useless

-5, -5, -5, -<65, -5, -5, -5, -€5,
marriage,

ov, (a privat.,

terms

:

incompatible.

Adv.

ov, (a privat.,

II.

disproportionate, unequal.

€s,

(a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

:

prejudicial, like Lat. inutilis.
ov,

€,
Adv.

( privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

, {(:0$)

want of understanding or
ov, (a privat.,
II.

apprehension, stupidity.

) , €, $, ) 5, -)-. ) , .-) ^ ) , , , ^) ) ,. /
Ill
gen.,

'

/3?— '.
acvKos safe
not coining not to be
curely
:

;

;

-tcws.

, asphalt or bitumen, forming in lumps on the surface of water near Babylon, where it was used as mortar. (Foreign word.) Ion, -«5, Adv, of firmly, se-

5, ,
Comp.

without pay-

--€, , ( (
€, 65,

Sup.

euphon.,

to ring, resound.

euphon.,

the throat,

€$)

gullet.

incommen-

Aeol. for

, asphodel, a

,

plant like the

lily.

II.

without syminexpedient,

as Adj.,

the asphodel

the shades of heroes haunted.
3 plur.
inf.

meadow, which (Deriv. unknown.)
Ep. 3 sing,
part,

only used in pres.
is

:

Adv.

-$.

^)

not accordant. unconnected.

— another form
c.

:

To

be vexed, grieved,

part.,

-€05, Att. -€05,
-$.
[C]

void of understanding, stupid.

€,
Adv.
in

-, ) )-,
Att.

-€08,
cf.

without understanding.
Att.

-€5,

-5, )
-TCus.
social.

bound by no

Att.

-\35,

not arranged together, esp. of soldiers, not
:

battle-order

hence disorderly.
ill-proportioned.

III.

sessed,

slack.

arranged, not convenient.
Att.

2. of persons, firm, fast, steadfast. failing, sure, trusty : of things, sure, certain.

-5, ) ) , 5, , 5, 5, -. €, , ) -5, -5, {$) ) $) -5, €, )) -5, €5, (, -, () -, ) ,
ov, (a privat.,

-5,-,
-<•65,
Adv.

free from taxes.

lazily. Sup.

ov,

(

privat.,

not holding together: uneven, uncouth, rugged.
ov, vile,

, . -, -, ) , ) € ) ,, ) ) ,
$)
€/
to

to be

to be vexed at waiting vexed at a thing c. ace, (Deriv. feel a horror of death.
;

uncertain.)

unintelligible.

-8,

ov, (a privat.,

^,

aor. 2 inf. of

')

not to be checked or restrained, irrepressible.
to

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

behave unseemly, act indecorously;
deformity, indecency.

and

ov, (a privat.,

,

From

treaties, faithless.

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

shape'

ov, (a privat.,

un-

less

:

tinseemly, shameful.

Adv.

, occupation, industry, business.
to be
ov, (a privat.,

II.

want of leisure: a hindrance fro?n other things;

II.

IV. not as-

-5,

hindrance to one. From without leisure, busy,
Ep. pres. part, and 3 plur.

industrious.

-.
:

not strained,

of

not well

;. -5,
-5, ,
f.

Adv.

-$.

ov,

(

privat.,

without body, in-

corporeal.

ov, (a privat.,

prodigality, dissoluteness.

From

metaph. irregular,

ov, (a privat.,

not to be saved: aban-

doned, profiigate, Lat. perditus.
lutely.

Adv.

-tcws, disso-

dishonoured

also dishonouring,

reproachful.

(Deri v. unknown.)
ov,

to be undisciplined or disorderly.
life.

2.

( privat,,

<^^) without conunslaughtered.

Dor. for

generally, to lead a disorderly

From

vulsion or struggle.

d-raKTOS, ov, (a privat., order of battle, not at one's post.
disorderly, irregular, lawless.
ov, (a privat.,

out of order, not in 2. undisciplined,

ov, (a privat.,

Adv.

-$.

,

assurance from
safe conduct.

2. firmness, stability. danger, security, personal safety: also

not toiling

patiently, careless, indifferent.
ov,

3. certainty, surety.

(a

copul.,
to.

equal

in

ov, of
is,

Neptune, the Securer.

From
2

weight, equivalent or equal

safe, secure

TO

minous
the

, , ,
($
:

(a privat.,

aor.

inf.

of

ov, gen. ovos,

tender-

ufi-

minded.
about.

;

kv

or 1^

safety.
f.

Hence
Alt.

,

to secure,

,

aor.

I

pass, inf of
17,

'$,
,
Fronx

fern, -tris,

of asphalt, bituLat. Lacus Asphaltltes,

.

3.

in safety

foster

guarantee.

disorder, confusion, licentiousness.

) -, (, ) , ()
05, , ,
,
'ATA'P,
Ep.
:

only used in pres.
II.

to ga?nbol, sport

trans, to

bring up a child, rear,
tender, delicate.
soft-hearted.
2.

Pass, to

grow

up,

wax.

(akin to

ov,

Dead

Sea.

[t]

.

a want of discipline.
at,

Conjunct, but, yet, Lat.

to

112
:

introduce an objection; say it often stands for Se after

sion, cool, steady.

tuous

ivedded, virgin, pure.

be in distress.
^

) , $) -, -5, ) , , , {) , 5, -5, ,, )
-5,
.
ov,

(

4.

$


still

thou didst

straightforward.

Adv.
without confti-

privat.,

Hence , freedom from

6;,

. ,
:

'

:

"ATEP,
,

3. unbending, stubborn. or artves, exceedingly. Hence f. to look at intently, gaze at. Prep, with gen. without, except, besides

IL

,
[],

passio7i, calmness.

aloof, apart,

.05, .

is, (a privat., fearless ; eias having no fear about the sight. ov, (a privat., undaunted.

\

ov, (a privat., feeling, inexorable.

Ion. for

08.

,
,

Ion. for arpanos.

Ep. for

mischievous, baneful. blind folly, presump-

bounds

sin, recklessness.

-6, €5
etc.,

€€, before

-6

-€5,

away from.

ov, gen. ovos, Att. for

a

vowel

) ^,
=
of crasis,

11.

unsoftened, un-

6.

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

having no outlet, inextricable. [], ov. Dor. for tTfpos, ov.
eTepos, gen.

[a], Att. contr. for

to act

ov,

(, 4)
,
to hurt,

presumptuously.

From
sad.

ov, also

presumptuous, reckless. ov, (a privat., ravpos) ununburied.
:

-€5,
-€8, unarmed. -€5,

or with
es,
II.

mark

(a privat.,

,, () ,
2.

)

(5.
without

anpos

dat.

etc.

unpleasing, Joyless,

not enjoying a thing, tivos.

-5,
f.

a-T€piTOS, ov,
e's,

= arfpTTrjs.
and

ov, (a privat.,

()

harm

Pass, to suffer,

used as Adverb, like an(p,just as, as if, so as. II. only in Prose, inasmuch as, seeing that, Lat. quippe, utpote. ov, (a privat., riy-fw) unwetted, not softened: hard-hearted, relentless.

€,

ace. plur. neut. of

(,

ov, or e's, (a privat., out art, unskilled, rude: of things, inartificial. without art or cunning, simple.

-,

-,
(,

ov, (a privat.,

)
'

(5)
withII.

-68,

-68, Adv. of
written

and

-€8,

es,

(a privat.,

untiring,

-65, and
blockaded.

wearisome.

towers, unfortified.

ov, (a privat., not to be guessed, obccure, vague, dark: of men, uncertain. Adv., to be in the dark.

-€5,

€€, , {)
lic^

€, ,
burdens
:

a-T6Kvos, ov, (a privat.,

) €5 ( )
ov, (a privat.,

unwearied:

also

)

-€5, of
II.

vos, without art or 5^///, rudely. lutely, titterly, Lat. plane, prorsus, in

it is
I

really, abso-

not to be

worn away: mostly
unbending:

stubborn,

()
II.

an utter stranger. only in part,

ivithout tvalls
in,

From

,

€5•,

which sense
^eVws

not walled

not

childlessness.

From

distraction, folly, delusion : judicial blindness sent by the gods. 2. ruin, mischief: of persons, a bane, pest. 3. "Att; personified, the goddess of mischief: the come slowly after her, undoing the evil she has worked, v. II. 9. 500. [d]

, , {)
f.

,

as drexi'cDs

am

fool-hardy,

reckless.

{), -€€5, (a
ov,
II.

Athens, exemption from pubLat. immmiitas.
at

effect

unfinished .-—neut.

vain.
to

-6€8,
es,

tcAcw) without end or for. 2. baffled, disappointed. pi. as Adv., in no heed: Adv., unmitiated in. heed of a thing.
privat.,

,
II.

childless.

ov, (a privat.,

an end, unaccomplished.
ov, (a privat.,

€€)

not coming
endless, im-

baneful, ruitious.
ihos,

practicable.

-€5,
plished.

-€€5,

(\() endless.

(a privat., reKos) without end, unaccom2. ifieffectual, Lat. irritus. 3. imper-

Subst. (sub. 7^), Attica.

, ,

-5, ', , ) -63, ', .^\$^) {(() (
ov, (a privat.,
to be careless.
e's

unmelted.

From
careless.

(a privat.,

ov,

unheeded,

uncared
taking

II. act.

tivos to take no
II.

,,

()

deluded, driven to ruin.
-pws.
cf.

Add.
Attic;

[d]
II.

,

'Attikos.
2.

as

(sub.

yXwTTa),

the

Attic dialect.

fect, unripe,

-€05,
act. not

ov, (a privat.,

II. act. not bringing to an end, not accomplishing a thing. III. at Athens, /re^/rom public burdens exempt, Lat. immunis. IV.

ov, (a privat., only used in pres. to bring to harm, to malto be tamed, wild. treat, confound : —Fzss. to be bereft of a thing; ov, 6, they are deprived of, i.e. past, youth. forsaking the herd, feeding alone.

uninitiated in a thing, tivOs. Ion. for

, . ',
(),
.

-^,

honouring.
f,

,(

)

privat.,

absol. in part.,

unheeding: but

treat lightly.

(Denv. uncertain.)

€5
(s,

-5,

[a]

(a copul.,

intent, intense:

excessive.

)

-

strained tight
2.

:

hence

straight, direct:

).

-,: -,
f.

-€5,
I

Pass., aor.

To

): :
-)
aor.
I

) (,
c.
:

^)

unhonoured.

II.

not to honour:
ace. to slight,

untamed, not
despising or

pf.

pf.

:

(

esteem lightly, dishonour, slight

privat.,

Pass.

to suff'er

dishonour or

legal sense, to deprive of civil rights,

€05, ,
2.
f.

spised.

Pass., aor.

,, {) 5, :(): -,
rjpos,

,
,
aor.
I

insult.

ov, verb. Adj.

of

ov,

one must dishonour. a dishonourer. dishonoured, despised.

slight, dishonour.

legal sense, not estimated;

5,
-5,
c.

I

7/: (
is

privat.,

Hence

ov,

unhonoured, despised.

which the penalty

not assessed in court, but fixed

;, $
/)
pf.

€, ^. ,

:

:

s

II.

=

in

— -5,,
cowardly.

want of daring, cowardice. From ov, (a privat., wanting courage,
2.

to be de-

ov, (a privat., uncut : unmotvn. II. not able to be cut, indivisible; iv in a moment

-8,
-5,

not overdaring, retiring.

) )
) )
,

113


in

of time.

-ovos,ov,(apvzt.,ev)

not stretched, slack, lan-

:

to insult,

II.

a cause in

guid, Lat. remissus. II. (tovos) without accent. ov, (a privat., without bow or arrow. strangeness, oddness, absurdity: unusual nature : unnatural conduct. From

,

-8,

by law.

-, , ($)

dishonour, disgrace.
i)

i. at

Athens, the loss of

civil rights, Lat.

ov, (a privat.,

deminutio capitis. unhonoured, disho-

way, strange, marvellous, odd. ineptus. 3. unnatural, disgusting. Adv. absurdly.
the
CLTOS, ov, contr. for oxltos, insatiate,

noured :

$:
value.

2. at gen. tvithout the honotir of Athens, of a citizen deprived of his privileges either totally or in part, Lat. capite deminutus, opp. to kn'i-

honour.

civil privileges

unpunished.

foster, tend

, -,) -6, . -5, , () -8, , :
(),
Ep. impf. of and

. ,,
of.

2.

f.

Ep. a path. (a euphon., without price or Ep. Hence unrevenged, unpunished. path that does not turn, a path, way, road. to dishonour : —Pass, to suffer dis17, reality, strict truth, accuracy. From 2. in legal sense, to punish with loss of justice, uprightness.
II.

(

arrow,

, 5,
cf.

ov, (a privat.,

out of place, out of 2. absurd, Lat.

Hence
c.

)

. -, ,
,
and

gen.
II.

,

a spindle.

also

an

(Deriv. uncertain.)

-05,

-05,

,

)
II.

a
11.

€€,

Lat. aerarium facere.

just, upright.

Adv. of

ov, (a privat.,

unavenged,

privat.,

2. unprotected.

calmly, gently.

Adv. of
ecus,

art/xos, disgracefully.

,

a dishotiouring

.

aor.

i

Ion.

(\$): — to rear,

[]

:

generally, to cherish.

a-TiTOS, ov, also unhonotired, ov, (a privat., dishonoured. 2. imavenged. II. unpaid. privat., not to honour, not to revenge, [t]

,

-, (

"-,
also

-65, <5,
avTos,

,
«, -5.
\(,

)

)

€ ^,
of
used.
integer.

-, )

'2,

is, real, true, exact.

strict,

and before

a

vowel

-€5,

Adv., (o
2.

ivithout trembling,

quietly,

-65, ,

ov, poet, for

€5,

calm, gentle;
still

a whisper.

quiet.

moved, calm: Adv.

es,

CATXas, yevos) sprung from Atlas.

,

daugher of Atlas.

6,

(a euphon.,

the older gods,

who

Atlas, one of ferent. Q.-Tpiaros,ov, (a bears up the pillars of heaven

)
II.
:

From

-, ,) ^, (($) (^) (€ )

not to tremble or move, to keep

or

,
places,

From

i's,

(a privat.,

not trembling, unstill :

quietly.

,

a keeping

calmness.

f.

Att.

",

to

keep quiet
indif-

be restless or unquiet.

a-Tpeirros, ov, (a privat.,

one of the Titans. 2. the pillar of heaven. Mount Atlas in West Africa. to be unable to bear, be impatient. From Dor. not ov, (a privat.,
to be borne, insufferable.

, -5,
f.

-5,
to

, = 6$,

smoke, heat.

ov, (a privat.,

try,

unravaged, not laid waste.

)
smoke

\)

-5, .,) -8, ^) -5,
ov, (a privat.,
ov, (a privat.,

not to be dared,

uncut: of a coun2. of mines, unof water, to steam.

opened.

, , ))$) -5,
05, , (,
$, , (,

($)

TO, Dor. for not worn Lard by d-TpMTTOS, ov, (a privat., 2. of corn, not threshed. 3. work. thorns on which one cannot tread or walk.

,

unconquered. not accustomed not rubbed: (a privat., is, not traversed, pathless : of roads, not 2. of clothes, not much worn, new, Lat.

) )

unmoved,

not trembling,fearless.

steam, vapour. [] smoke, Lat. vapor.

-5, -5,

ov, (a privat.,

d-TOKOs, ov, (a privat., a child. II. without

€()

money.

-5,

ov, (a privat.,

also not to be endured, insufferable.

)

unwalled. never having had interest, of borrowed
not to be dared:

Lat. intrepidus.

,

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

,

obstinacy.

tt-TpoTTOS, ov, (a privat.,

2. of persons, itiflexible : changeable. name of one cf the Moipai or Parcae. From to pine away. f.

.) ) ) )
From

fearless, dauntless. fearless, dauntless,

not turning, un''ATponos,

€, ,

114

-8, , (
pining away,
fruitful, barren
6S,

privat.,

-, -,
not
as

-€5,

ill

of an atrophy. ov, (a privat., ov, also

,

:

generally, waste, desert.

(a privat., rpvyq) not gathered.

ov, gen. ovos,

= arpvTOS,
[]

worn

out by

ills,

-, , '$ -5, , ,
ov,

d-TpvTOS, ov, (a privat., not worn down, unahating : of a road, wearisome. the Unwearied. (Lengthd. form from

from

"ATTA,

an(pa,

longed,

without wings.
f.

Athenians, Atticize : later, to live like an Athenian, esp. to speak Attic. Hence 6, a siding with Athens, attachment to

her.

(sub.

distraught with grief:
thing.
II.

, , ., €$ (
be distrajight

imitated from the form of
Att. for
aor.

, , ,
'08,
II.

. ,, , €5,
Att. for
for

( privat.,

a salutation used to elders,

[]

) ,, , .
'.)
unwounded.
v.
/a/f)!7^r; cf.

) ) , . , ^ {) , )
taking no food
:

^. ,
hair,
in the

—— —

: :

a, ov, (avos)

rough, squalid

un-

Avaais, 17, Libyan

='8,
deserts.

:

dry, parched, withered: of of eyes, sleepless. the name of the fertile islets

Aeol. for

calamity, mischief; to be proto see
II.

c.

gen.,

nounced

f.

:

aor. I

:

:

distinctly, discern,
iutr. to shine.

behold: so also in Med.

ATTH', ,

in plur. the rays,

a bright light, esp. of the sun, and so beams of the sun avyas
;

'

,,

Lat. attagen, prob.
etc.:

/^

godwlt.

cry of pain or grief:
Ion.

sometimes pro-

also used ironically.

under the light of the sun, i.e. still alive; avyas to behold the light, i.e. to be alive trpbs avyas to rise surging towards heaven. 2. any light, esp. of the eyes avyai and avya'i alone, like Lat. lumina, the eyes. 3. any gleam on the surface of bright objects, sheen. f. aor. I Dep.
;

(

,

a kind of locust

Att.

,

{'Attikos) to side with the

8,
speak, say to do.

,: , .
;

^
: :

(\ (-

()

:

to cry orit, speak.
:

impf.
as

f.

Att.
:

Ion.

3 sing,

pf,
:

Dep.

:

to

talk,

speak

:
c.
:
:

aor. I


also
2.

ace. rei, to

thing: of oracles,
3.

utter,
c. inf.

proclaim.
irais

an Attic expression, Atticism. Dim. oCAttikos, a little Athenian. 'Attikos, , Attic, Athenian

, ) = $,() ,,
a Att. for
i

:

$. ,', ,
part,
fear,

Attica.

' '',
I
dicere, to

to speak, to address.
4. to call by

to tell, bid,

name;

W€s
metaph.
2.

order

atn called Achilles' son.

5. like

Xiytiv, Lat.

mean.

comic alteration of 'Attikos,

any other sound,

from

:
nearer.
c.

a report, account.

q. v.

Pass.:

() —
:

amazed, bewildered ;
ace.

flying

wildly over

rarely in Act.

with terror.

-€5,
-5,
i.

by tyrants, free from tyrants.
ov, (a privat.,
f.

nate, fail, miscarry: c.

ing a thing.
another,

, ^ ,
2.
e. fail in

, {$))
ov, (a privat.,

,, ^)
the
to

plain

:

, -6
:

, the

From human
e.g. the

voice,

a voice, tone

to

back

the victim's head, so as to cut
poet,

also

be

aynazed at a
to strike

stubbornness, presumption.
stubborn, headstrong

f.

, ,) (i. e.

6,

twang of Hence
speaking with
aor. I

the bowstring.

(v,

human

voice. to draw draw back

av

(),
:

to

draw

the

bow

in a sacrifice, to
its

throat.

,

self-will,

wilfulness,

From

not ruled

-,

tinsuccessful.

a tniscarriage, mishap, AT', Adv. of Place, back, backwards, Lat. retro. II. of Time, again, anew, afresh, once more, Lat. denuo. III. further, moreover, besides, Lat. porro. 2. on the other hand, in turn, Lat. vicissifn.
:

) , () , :
aTos,
€ J,

not puffed up. to be unlucky or unfortugen. to fail in getting or gainfail with

self-willed or stubborn.

6$

wilfulness.

(a privat.,

, Adv. -.
ill

one's request.

Hence

a misfortune, viishap.
luckless, unforttmate,

$, , -5,
,
f.

-, ^,
:

[5], 6S, (avTos,
:

self-willed, wilful,

also unfeeling.

poet, for

^. {5)
:

Adv.
:

-5a;s.

Dep.

:

to

be

, , (as) disposed to
aTos,

, ($) an

be self-willed.

of speech.
blood
II.

-,
-,

ov,

($,

ov, gen. ovos, (avTus,

,

luck,

bad fortune.

elected.

voltmtary, optional.
f.

-€5, 6€, ,
ov,
II.

as Subst. a brother or sister, near kinsman.

(avTOs, self-chosen, selftaken upon oneself, self-incurred
to

)

) )
II.

act of self-will,

wilful or

proud
same

of

the

Adv. -tcos. have power over.

() —
:

impf. avaivov:
to dry.

f.

aor. i pass,

2. to

wither or parch up
fut.

;

ov, 0, contr. for

an actual murderer : esp. of murders done by those of 2. the same family : &\%o a self-murderer, suicide.
ati

$,

From
(avTos, (VTea)

absolute fnaster or ruler.

avaiVctJ/ to

waste

life

away:

med.

(povos death by

in pass, sense,

/

shall wither away.

-€5, , (,

murder.

)

as Adj.,

avevs

made

or happening

on

the very day.

of Place, on the spot, here, there: of Time, forthwith, straightway.

,

the very

day : Adv.

Adv. shortd.
Ion.

yeveaOai) born on the spot, horn in the country, native, Lat. indigena spring of rivers, rising in the country; avOiyevis 2. genuine, sincere. water. I. Adv., a lengthd. form of av: Ion. II. of Time, again, of Place, back, back again. III. moreover, afresh, anew : also hereafter.
is,

-65,

, -,
for

Ion.

(,

, ,
-5,
-5,

() ^, 5, () $, -, (, ) -6€, (, )
on
iSos,

. , ,
:

:

115
to pitch one's tent.

,

a

stall, fold, tent, esp. for

passing the night in

;

.

Dim. of

iSos,

,

a small reed, a pipe. a female inmate in a flute-case.
pipes.

a house.

,

-Troios,
o,

av\6s,
flute,

made

a flute-maker, to blow) any wind-ins'rument, a of reed, wood, bone, ivory, or metal prob. like Lat. tibia dextra
(5,

(*,
i.

besides, in turn,

on the other hand.
(avros,

blood.

in

(Deriv. uncertain.) which Homer used avXcios, a, ov, sometimes also os, ov,

,
,

ov, (a copul.,

common, of the Trojans
aKOs,

,=

^.

,

6$) 7) marching
a furrow

et sinistra,

e.
i.

bass
e.

,
($,
and
to
pf.

)
treble

to

make flutes or

;

akin, of the selfsame

shouting together or
to battle.
also

at or court; en' belonging to the the door of the court, i. e. at the outer door, bouse-

^
:

, , (8 (, ) -, () {)
pipe of Mars,
a trumpet,

$
2.
:

;

the

any

tube, pipe,

groove, socket.
defile,

$, ,
:

poet, also

,

($) a
i.

ravine

a canal, aqueduct
the sen-straits,

hollow way, a channel, strait
the Archipelago.

foi

of or

with a tube
aor.
I

''
|€8,

$, ,
or
:

,
to
I

e.

epith. of a helmet,

hold the plume

().
:

:


:

poet,

f.

Lat.

AUGEO,

:
to

make
ex-

door.

^,

f.

, ()

to

play on the flute

played on the flute; Med. to is filled with music : get oneself played to, hear music. in Homer the open court be(*, fore the house, the court-yard, surrounded with outbuildings, the altar of Zfus 'EpKcws being in the middle it had two doors, one the house-door (cf. into and one leading through the
of tunes,
to be

the whole house

,

)

\€ —
:

Pass.,

grow, increase
tol.
:

:

II. Pass.,

promote to honour, with fut. med.
pf.
:

exalt,

aor.
:

and pass. :— to grow,
as
I

wax, increase
to

of a child,

to

heard.

(5),
the

was the Hom., the court or qimdrangle, round which the house was all round, from built, having a corridor which were doors leading into the men's apartments; was the inner opposite the house door (cf.
II.

court

women's

court or hall.
flute.

( ,
$,
,
(sub.

.
;

,

flute-player.

. , , , ,
part of the house.

or

),
for

() 8)
after

7

leading

III.

generally,

5, , () a
Dor. for

IV. any dwelling, abode, chamber.

piece of music for the
3 pi. fut.

$,
of a
aor.

generally, to take

military term, to

fold.

,, , : ,, ) , , ,' , ,) ,
Hence

,

and

,

,

),, $,
,
fut.

, of

flute-player

, . .,, () ,$ $, ,
V.

() () 55, (){, () ,
,
the

, 5, -^,
,
aor.

rise;

grow up I grew

of the wind,
taller

III. intrans. in

Act.

growth, increase.
i

pass. part, of

ews,

17,

to witness in an Athenian citizen's oath.

,
\5|,
aOos,

ov,

goddess of growth. growth, increase. promoting growth.
the

.

grow, wax.

Hence

()

the new moon. goddess of growth, called

sub

into

the

any

, (avos) dryness, tvithering. , ov, {) dry, dried, of fruit

;

avov
1.

dry and harsh, of metal. parched. 3. drained dry, exhausted.
to

ring

withered.

,

sleeplessness.

-TTvos,

ov,

(a privat.,

From $)
is

vTTvos

a sleep that

no

;

his art.

air in motion, a Ion. breeze, esp. the fresh air of morning, Lat. aura. Adv. to-morrow; (from aiws, Aeol. for
(s

, (*,

)

sleepless,

wakeful;

sleep.

{)
med.
:

fem.

flute-girl.

on the morrow, next morning or
(sub.

profecti?tg cattle-folds,

name ing:

77

),

////

mornes

the

morrow;

also,

Nymph.
3.$5.

//:
pf.

ypovos.

aor.
:

I

I

Dep.

:

():

to lie in the

or court-yard, to lie out at night:

rustic.

,

, ()
II.

up one's abode, lodge, live : as a encamp, bivouac. any country house, a cottage : a
chamber, cove. of or belonging

ov, poet, burnt, shrivelled, parched, Lat. siccus.

€8, $.
aor.
I

inf.

of

to shout.

Dor. for

05, , , (*,
;

dry and rough

a, ov,

()

austerus, stern, harsh, austere.

to cattle-folds,

metaph. harshness, sternness, austerity.

,

,

($)
the

sun-

making

tongue

ro7igh, bitter.

2.

metaph.

like Lat.

Hence
2.

$, , roughness, rough flavour.

:

116

oam message : bringing neus of wbai one
ctr, ^^airros,

-, -€5,
:

avrayyeXos
or, {cdrros,

<vu's choice.

-€$.

ac sister sJves,

choosing for oneself. 0¥, {avTos, d^eXtp^/s) relaxed as brother c~ui oum brother or sister.
act.

U.

^

ayyiXXw) carrying orus
has seen.
self-cbasen, left to

of one's

. -,
:

:

-5.
oun

ov. gen. ovos, (avros,

will or
ov,

judgment.
[Clvtos,

Adv.

-$.

)

acting

fLyvwoKw)
:

self-resolved,

iclj-chosen.

owT-avSpos,

o¥,

(axrros,

men and

all.

aUT-Sve|aos, a,
casisin-german.
besides,

still,

.

(cd/ros,

a

dependence.

&,
mark

Coaiunct., Ep. for moreover. Like

^ ,

avrro-yCos. cv. i^avros.

ytnjs')

tciih the

me»

tbem-

plough in and

ayGfios)

an oum cousin,

(:5. -5.

v.'cich the yirqs is

is,

{avros,

oUTO-SaucTOS. ov,
ally sla-in.

(airros,

but, yet, houei-er.
it

-|.

) )
^)
own

avToyvov a

of one piece with the
unpremeditaied.
self-slain or

mutu-

Adv. (avros,
{avTos,

alwavs begini

hence sruobom.

propositioo-

,
es,

(avTOp/rqs) inefficiency in oneself in.

-|5,

{axrrca, apseo:) sufficient
;

inde^en-denJ or o'Jiers
supplies itself, that

vuXiS

wants no imports;
able to conipel.

$

in oneself,

a country that
c. inf..

ya^eiv fully
avTt, Adr,,
to
term.

-€, 5, ,
ov,

of Time, again, over again. II. Sequence, again, furthermore, like Lat. au2. however, on the contrary.
{ai-ros,

L

exact impression, true p-ortrait.

(ivr-^ov3\o%, ov, z-j'j.er : tu
•"*?

[, (:<) €) -€65, ^.
free pOiLsr.

)
in
one's

an

courts

-65,
-A.dv.

-€5,

{avTos) straightway. avrro-fcXiicTOS, ov, {avros, curling naturally. ov, o, — avBivrqs, a murderer.
65, {ai-Tos, eros) in or of the same year avTG€T€s. in the same year, within the year. Adv. of voluntarily.

..
:

-€. -5.

-5, -5.
ov,

)

with clenched tecib:

just ten.

uv, {avTus. SijXos^ self-evident.

cv, [avros,
{airros,

conducting one's

)

)

self-taught.

with one's own lawsuits at home.

()

-€€.

-ۥ>|5,
sz.rnane.
at once.

0* cniici'. or cncser.J'reely. Lit. spon:e. ov, <^avTus,

)
esp.
'v

own
offer-

loluntary.

-,

€\$,

is,

{avTos,

)
-,

of one's own

will,

ka'f^f€Xoa^)

of the same

Ep. imp£ airreuv, oolr used in pres. and impf., to cry, shout : also in Act., to call, '' From

v.ar-Try.

, ,
;

avT00€v, Adv. {cdjTov) of Place, from the very spot where one is.from hence, from thence, Lat. illinc. II. of Time, on the spot, at once, Lat. illico. Xiv. ioT on the very spot, there. , and 77, {avTis,
Tos)

ayT-€peTT|S, ov,

0, (currCs,

kpirqi) rower

and

soldier

,

avo:)

a

beard, an ear-wuness.

«, Ion. for avrrucd i_. Adv. (oarros) forthwith, straightway, immediately ; now and hereafter presently, direc'ly, LaL mox. II. for example, pat to give an example ; yap hia. Zeii» for example, by what means does Zeus rule the

-, ., -,
? 11.

-5,

hence also the

ov, yairroi,

=

) €,
shout,

call,

a

baftle-shout,

demned. avro-K(Xev6os, own way.
one's

. -5,, -3, (,
an own brother or
sister.

ov,

ov,

(atTOs, KiXevOos)

battle itself,

avTO-tceXexxTTOS. cv,

<

avros,

one

who has himself

€,5.

on the selfsame day.

called, unhidden.
ov,
II.
t's,

shaggy.

'

-, -)«,

-€5, -§,

own

accord.
e's,

(avros,

ov, (avTcs,

) ) ) )
self-con-

going

one's

self-bidden, cj

= toieg.

(avTos,

hair

and

['avTOs,

having full pcwer, absolute: to avTOKparis free

,, . , (, ) -. -^, ) -ۥ5, -. .
iOds
bellows.

\•-<,

epos, 6,

,

avTts, Ion. and Dor. for avOiS. {*aaj, avoi, to blow j breath

:

the blast of a

a

scent, odour.

,=

master i. of persons or states, free and independent, Lat. sui juris. 2. of ambassadors, etc., possessing full p<(U'ers. 3. of rulers, absolute : peremptory.
by nature.

))
all.

)

self-called,

i.

c.

un-

with natural hair,
ruling by oneself,
will.

{avros,

one's

own

Adv.

by a

mere shout ; av~

eKftv to take without resistance.
ov, {avrcs,
ov,

self-willed.
:

child.

htdgment.

^, ,
a

(ovtos, yewaa:)

xother's

intercourse with her

own
or
,

one another ; OavaTos death by each other's hand.
slaying
steers himself.

.

to act of one's

own

loill

, -,
-5,

ov, {airrus,

-,
-KtiMros,

to slay themselves or

ov, (airros.

)

)

self-produced,

made

ov, 6, {airros,

From

ov.

(avros,

) )

one anoi'ber.

From
II.

self-slayins^.

avTOKTcvos mutual
one

who
the

together with

handle;
SWOrCi.

a thir.g.

uiineis.

of oneself, and so

*
,

-, -. |, ,
tt,
:.

weapons un/b a handle,
sdf-iaugbt,

(avros,

^ )
i.

— \/\(
e.

.


117
3. by oneself, alone,

of oneself, of one's own accord.

=

:

rwus

m

cat. with a 5_bit.. :oze:cer wirb;
(pcpyu'ffi

(

we

are by ourselves.

%. , ,
:,
to act

(airros,

*)

oneself tie
unll, to

out

e.

an eyeuitness.
t.

to act

of one's own

aLTo-p^TOS.
)

,

From unadvisedly. also o«, ov, {axnos,
oum
unll, of oneself,

acting of one's

.
,
by

ad

he ;prar.g up lyre in LTvovs airroiaiv horses, chariot arid all ; this use is freq. in AtL, ovTo^rt ailies and all ; avrols itxocs horses cmd all. 5.

,

6\€

ayipowjev civ band : but mostly with-

,

4. in

pf. ot
;

unbidden

esp. self-moving ;

self-mcxnng machtnes,

automatons. 2. of plants, grouing of themselves, spontaneous. 3. of events, happening of themselves : uithcut cause, accidental ; orb Lat. tdtro, Adv. naturally or by chance.
sfcnie sua.

Subst. a deserter.

oiii laiis. be independent.

\l. laws: independent. Adv. (avTos,

. , -, () €, , -.
f.

-»,

Herce

added to ordinal numbers, e. g. ot ccvtos himself the nfih, i. e. himself wixh four others, cdrrbs beir.? fhe chief person. 6. ako joined with the personai Proa., oi-rof, cdrror, etc, always divisim La Homer sometimes the personal Pron. is omitted, as,
airrov
nrith

(,
:

the renexive

&,\.5.

',
e<i"S,

{~%'
and
)

force, as otTos more himself; and Sup.
his

',&», .,
for

airror

:

again aarros

is

joined

etc, to eive greater 7. Comp. avTOrepos, Lat. ipsissimMi,

to desert.

very sef.
II.

,

d^:er::on.
as

He,

she,

ii,

ov, (avTos,

going of oneself :
to live

ihird p'erson, only in oblique cases,

Lat. iUe, for the simple Pron. of and never at the

i^ginning of a sentence.

Dep.

onei

the

obhque

Pron.

-5,, -3, -5.
woes.

independence.

ov. (avTvS,

:)

From

sub ecvroi. IIL with Article, b ovtcs, cam),

son OT daugh.'er.

oun

'.ndetendent.

natural.
the rcot,

, ' ^ -, -5, ) '
ov, {airros,

{) )

living by one's coin

CGDtr.
etc.
;

feeding at

, -, , .,
cases axrrot•,

On

the dinerence between
airrov,

<1.
.
and

and the

refiex.

axrro, AXL•

;

gen.

»,

will.

Ion. u.-vros, tslvto

that very night.

ioreq.

takes a dat., like

<,
: :

the same, Lat. idem.
etc.,

It

aSrrls

of mere u-ood.

the
child,

, ,

^avTos, -calsj an

own
for

Tivi to fare the

,

axrro spaa or same as the stone same as one also in phrases ai. at-ovt the same time, LaL s»d> idem vmb
:

root

,'
-iroios, ov, {avTos,
b,

ov, gen. ovos, {airrts,

one's

tempus

:

from

,,
(is

«to, in,

\l&w

kv

«,
I.

ec

;,

the

same

place.

voiea) self-produced.

avro-TToXis. cs,

{avTos, foKis) self-administered,

tive, as in

IV. in Compos., ovTOrTiTos.

</
2.

Hence
ov,

as in

£*.

3.

itself, i e. natwral, nat^ mere, tf nothing hmt, of onesdf, as in

ov, b. a citizen
^airros,

of a free

state.

[]

taxTOS.
Siica.

4. the very, the ideal, as in

<^,

-

self-wrought,

avToayQporzos, etc.

-••€3,
ro-s.'

ov.

(avros,

together leiib
to perish

a'ld all :

and with reflex, sense of ~. togober oAA^Xiv, as cdiueyTTis, auToerfwiu. S. alone, by with, as in ovtotokos young and aU.
6. rarely,
oneself, as in

and

branch.

a\rro-^p6<TUTTOS,

oun

-.
person.

ov,

{alTos,

wpocaTov)
fut.

ov. o, (ai'TOs,

otfopm,

of

ing' oneself,

-5. ,
II,

an eyeuiiness.
b,

{$,

»)

)
)

in

one's

see-

selling 01 /s

clcse f.ghc.

oun gcods.
avTOp-piios. poet, avrropi^os, ov, (avros,
rcoted.

self-

of oneself.
oneself.
j

-piTOS.
zelf-ficumg.

Pron. of 3rd pers, self, Lat. ifse: in oblique cases often for the person. Pron.. birru, the same. her, it: with 2rtic. b airros, i. oneself, i.e. the part I. self, myself, thyself: properly called self, as the soul. opp. to the body; or oneself, as cpp. to others, e. g. the king to his subhence it is used emphatically for a master, as iects Lat. Ipse dixit. 2. in the Pythag. phrase At

ATTOi,

,,

poet.

u::h :ce roots, roots and -pvTOS, or,

all.

(*, 4)
j

, ,

or by iinsr?:en.

I

1

act or sfeai off-hand : hence in bad sense, to act at speak mmadf
visedly
:

, -. -, .
•€.
.A.dv.

5. jits/, exactly, as in airro-

*, ()
17,

to the very place, LaL ilhtc. ov, {avros, ffiSqpos) <^ sheer tram.

-CTOS, or, {airros.

\avTis,

avTO-OToXos,

air,

{airrCs,

--.

ovTO-<rTOvos, Of, {avros,

", (aiTOs, a<parj^^nu)

.\dv.

:,

= <6&>.

) ()

) ) )

st^-mtmed.

a stamd-wp fight,
sdf-se^, gvimg

sighing for or by
slain by

omese^

to judge superficially.

2. in

good

sense,

to devise

:

* <,

impromptu: and

<76, •, ,
j plan pff-baiuL

Hence worh dome c^^iamd, cm

118

hand: a

hand

as , a close fight, fray ; ace. II. off-hand, on the spur of Adv. close at hand. the moment. near at band, Adv. (avros, hand to hand, Lat. cominus. see avros I. 7,

)

, -«5, —
to

,
hand:
is,
II.

,,
fern.

one who acts or speaks

novice, Lat. tiro.

ov, also os, ov, (avros,

/? )5, -

as

Subst.

,
illico.

off-

($)
(sc.

at once, plainly.

. -.
so,

:

:

-<€,

-€€5,

5,

€)

Adv. of avros with Aeol. accent, even so, it is; kovra, avrs, being unarmed, J7ist as I am. 2. just so, no better ; often joined with other words implying contempt a mere child. U.just as before, as it was; kevKov
just
as
er' ai/TCus

, ^

ov, lengthd. for (avros, rudely cast, shapeless, of a quoit. Adv. (avros, indeed, really:

)

$,
;

sufficient:
ly.

-, —

ov, {avros,

(() self-accomplished.
complete in

(avros, reXos)

itself,

of,

Adv. avrorfXws, absohitely, arbitrari-

€8, ,
f.

,
behead.

vos

8

still
f.

white as when new.
Att.

, ()

to cut the throat

taxing oneself. ovTOTcpos, see avros i. 7. otrro-TOKOs, ov, (avrus, roKOs) young and all. ov,(avrus, rpayiKos) arranttragic. axjro-rpayiKos,

(avros,

very place, there, here, on the spot, Lat.
Att. contr. for kavrov.

rovpy'ia

,
,
'
:

-, ,)
,
€Jr'

boast, pride oneself: c. inf. to boast that: generally,
to protest, declare.

,

aor. I part, as if

from avrorpo

-,

to turn straightway. Adv., properly gen. neut. of avros, at the

pride, boast.

as Subst., one

-05, who ,

self-inflicted

a working with one's own hand; avFrom murder.
(avros, €pyov) self-working.
tills

row passage, a neck of land, isthmus ; also a narrow sea, strait the narrow bed of a river a defile. €s, , boasting, exultation.
:
:

farmer.

of auros
spot;

,,
-,
,

2.

his

own

land, a husbandman,

II. pass,

murdering

-5, -5, -5, -5,
,

self-wrought, extemporary. Ep. gen. and dat. sing, and plur. or on the very from the very spot. ov, (avros, bark and all.

'

squalid, Lat. squalidus.

, () 5, , () , , () ,
From

,:
AT'XH',

ov, belonging to the neck; avrevovres the sinev/s of the neck.

()
i

aor.

:
:

like

,

to

,

boasting, pride.

aros, ro,
ivos,

a thing boasted
^\so

II.

a boast

=

a,

of, the

boasting.

AT'XH'N,

,

the neck, throat:

metaph. a nar-

€5,
;

f.

,

05, , (, ,

,

(5) = avps.
f:V,

to be sqidalid, Lat. squalere.

ov,

(avros,
kin.

one's

own

ov, 6,

*€) self-murdering, (avros, *€) a murderer.

oLs)

dusty

on fire.
call

ov, (avros, (popros)
,

bearing one's own

-, 65 , ', :
es,

2.

dry, parched, dusty, impoverished, needy.

(as,
aor.

ados) drought : dearth. eldos) looking dry

and

ro

ATTl,

Att.

drought. to dry, wither

:

also to singe, set

f.

': —
to
i/ws,

aloud: also of things,
upon.
f.

to shout out, shout, sound, echo: c. ace.

baggage.
ent.

,

tural, opp. to artificial

natural

theft;
Iff'

one's

a thing.

of his kin: murderous.

hands;

-,

, -, , €, -5,
2.

es,

(avros,

of home

self-growing, self-existgrowth or production. 3- «a;

state,

not quarried or mined.
ov, (avros,

Adv. naturally.
ov, (avros,

-5, '

-€,

to be caught in the very act.

pas,

, ,
c.

(avros,

own band:

gen. the

) €$ ) ) )
,

pers. to call

8, ,
aor.

Aeol. for

.-ayv,
:

,,
Att.
:

morning.

to purify

hills

in their

Hence

self-caused.

caught in the act of
to catch in the act;

-€, ). €\,
f.

vote oneself with purifying offerings.
pf.
:

pf.

— from
to

the

have

2

dupl. ace,

p€iv rivos to take from
let off,

working with very maker or tvorker of

to take

one who kills himself or one a murderer, homicide. III. as Adj.
II. absol.

Hence

rob of a thing, always with the notion of taking for oneself. 2. followed by III. and inf., to prevent, hinder from doing.
to bereave, deprive,

Adv. with one's own hand. a doing with one's own 17, dat. with one's own hand.

(()

Pass, to be robbed or deprived of a thing.

ov, (avros,

ov, gen. ovos, (avros,

itself,

gines, Indigenae,

-5,

Lat. terrigena

: avruxOoves, 01, like Lat. Aboriof the original race, not settlers.

))
country

and

all.

(,
jump

ov, (avros,

)

of the land

which the plume was
f.

angry

at oneself.

€ 5, -, ) $ -, - .
To
take

fut. med. from, take away from another;
:

pardon.

rob of a thing ; a thing, hence to di}7iinish : to II. Med. more freq. than Act.,

€:

— Med.
Pass.,

to de-

aor.

i

Root 'EA- we

(,

c.

away for

oneself, bear off:

Dor. for"H(^atcrTOS.
f.

:

:

aor.

I

:

Dep.
:

to

spring off or

down from

to

-8,
off.

ov,

without the
fixed.

or metal boss in

:

aor. 2

.

by metath. miss one's aim, fail in gaining. Ep. 3 aor. 2 of foreg.
:

point, talking at
f.
:

(,

) , -(, •,
(,
a<j>a^apTO-€Tnr|S,

——
:


:

to

^. €(€,
€(,
f.

——

: :

) -€,
-,
:

(s,

eiros)

missing the
:

random.
:

Ion. aor. 2

inf.

£(( -65,
bountiful.

to displease, fail to please.
II.

,

darkness, obscurity.

ance, utter destruction.
is,

From

(a privat.,
2.

inscrutable.

vanished: bidden, secret: hence
3.

)
Hence
pf.
:

disappear-

unseen, invisible:
acpavrjs

unknown

to (pavfpa, real, as land.
f.

seen, hide, suppress: to

,
:

rb axpav4s uncertainty. personal property, which can be
Att.
: :

secreted, opp.
I

to

make un2. to

make away

with.

rase to the ground, erase writing
steps, etc.
3. to secrete, steal,

to oblitercUe foot-

embezzle.

4. to

II. Pass, to darken, obscure, tarnish : to efface. €S, disappear and be heard of no more, vanish : esp. of level, smooth. 2. to keep out of public, live plain. persons lost at sea.

. , 68, () , $, , .. . , . , ,€€, . , .
Comp.,
to be

119
Adv.

Sup., of

to be careless of,

unsparing or lavish of; i. e. to neglect, avoid

(•
toil:

absol.,

<^677/€5
€s,

recklessly.

From

(a privat.,

2.

unsparing, lavish: unsparing, cruel, harsh. Hence
2.

, profuseness.
Ion.

-. Adv. of
aor. 2 act.

harshness, severity.
lavishly.

3 sing. aor. 2 opt. o{

-,
I pi.

and med. of

€€,

pf. pass,

of

(,
,

aor. 2 o{

aor. 2 part,

of

verb. Adj. of

(€$) simplicity, plainness.
aor. 2
act.

6;, one must abstain.
From
inf.

and med.

of

-€5,

(

privat.,
II.

€\\($) without a stone, metaph. of persons, simple,

retired.

a making away with. vanishing, disappearance.
€a;s, 77,

gotten

, ) ), , -,
5,
Hence

-€,

f.

-(:
draw

but the usu.
aside.

II.

aor. I

(as if from
to

(\) —(\
fut. is
:

to

[], drag away,

draw back:
hence

a string:

(as if from but aor. I Adv., to creep off, steal away. I. straightway, forthwith: at once, III. ov, (a privat., insufferable. quickly. II. thereupon, then, after that. 2 imperat. aor. 2 of continuously, without intermission. the Releaser, epith. of Zeus. ov, old Att. for 6, a letting go, setting free (WS, Att. or rather f. to tear off a quittance, discharge : remission, forgiveness : a pf. Pass., aor. I starting of horses in a race, the starting-post itself. or from : to snatch away : to snatch eagerly. shortened for a, ov, Comp. Adj. from hastier. 3 sing. pf. opt.

Ion. pass. pf. part, for

(, -8,

5 () () ( -, , , . $. -,- -, : , , : €, () , . ,) ()
obscure, secret.
fut.
:

[-5,

o,

= aipavtais.
(a privat.,

$, , (€$) smoothness, evenness

ov,

invisible,

for:

simplicity, sincerity.
aor. 2 part, of

2.

unlooked for.
:

pf. pass,

to fasten from or

upon;

Pass, to be

$.
on,
:

. hung

(,

to tie

knots on

hang on;

-€5,
:

€5,

Adv. o{
ov,

€$,

.
4)

2. to

drink up.

rudely, coarsely.

TO, wealth, abundance.

shut out from.

f.

:

-€8,

-5, , €5, ,
f.
:

€$,

:

:

€5,

,

() ()

speechlessness.
I

of

aor.

imperat.

€08,

,

let

loose, freely

that should not be

untold sums
unutterable

—Pass,

metaph.
privy.

( -, . -, 05, ) -, ., , .€, , {, ) ) , () () -€, ) , , , . -€, -, , . €6,
ov, (a privat.,

take hold

named
ws
.

;

:

huge, monstrous.
feeble.

, weak, (,
,
L•,

fut. pass,

,
$)
.

of,

handle, feel, touch. not named, nameless:

of sacred flocks that were free dedicated to some god.

from work

ranging, esp. hence :

or uttered;
there's

no saying how.

2.

-€5, ,=$, -€,
aor. I
:

q. v.

(without augm.)
:

:

pf. pass.

to singe off.

1. to toast, roast.

Ion.

'€|/
II.

:

fut.

to boil off,

(Deriv. uncertain.)

boil

down.
:

to boil free

of all dross, to
act.,

refine,

to

dry up, parch, Lat. torrere become parched, to pine away.
to to

purify

to boil

young again.
3 plur.

Dor. for

pf.

and

-€5,

or

(a privat.,

handle, feel. without light, dark:
the

Dor. for

pf. pass,

of

,

ill-starred.

5,

6,

(,
of

2.

dim, faint.

kindling.

II.

2. a lighting, a fastening, joint: a touching, handling:

draught:

a

the sense of touch.
f.

Ep. for Ep. for

], 3 sing. aor.

2 subj. of

generally, to lead the way,
relate, explain.
III.

aor. 1 of

lead away, lead off: U. to tell, is used the perf.
to

go

first.

fut. pass,

in pass, sense.

Hence

130
tive
:

ting

mostly used arepos, -(araros.
elderly
:

corruptible.

, . , ,$ -, . -, , .) , . -, {) ,

Ion.

aros,

,

tale,

narra-

and

Ion.

fct's,

,

a telling, narra-

;

worth

the telling.

aor.

I

of

Ion.

-|,
in

iKOS,

, ,

beyond youth,

^. -,=€, €, , €, -€, aor. 2

——

:;

to arrive at.

med.

inf.

of

Dor. for
f.
:

2 sing. aor. 2

of

sq. pf. pass.

:

aor.

:

:

Dep.

to arrive at, to
to try

or (is

Comp. and

Sup.

ks

misery;

s, ' (5
aor. 2 part,
ov,

reach every means; to come into extremest
to, to

come

-

to

Pass, to sit apart.
pf.

to battle, or into

enmity with one.
of

II. to

come come

of

back, return.

opos, 6,

the archer.

-5,
of

,

incorruption, immortality.

From

--5,
to

(

privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

uncorrnpted, in- friendly
speechless
in a
:

-€5,

ov, (a privat.,

not to be spoken of; kv

where none may speak. Ion. and Dor. for
ov, later also

, . -5,

^^ €

'/'/)

,

grove
I

apyvpos) not ov, (a privat., loving money, not avaricious, not covetous. unloved. ov, (a privat., From tvant of ambition.

--5,
,
ov,

good men.

,

ov, (a privat.,

-5, -65, €6$, 5.
ov, (a privat.,

destroyed, undecaying, imperishable.

often of things, plenty, abundance.

bounteous.

given, plentiful.

voking no envy. III. Adv. rivas to have enough of a thing.

hallow.

) - ', €€ - : : - , ,) , , .( ^. ,
2.

, , -,
-5,

) ^^)
3 sing. aor.
Irreg.

pass,

^, -|5,/, -5,
-5,
5,
Ion.
II.
{.

zai-

things, ujifriendly, disagreeable, hateftd:
(ws,

voiceless.

rival.

Comp. and

Sup. of

-5,
-,

ov, (a privat.,

freedom from envy, readiness
act.

ov,

free
2.

II. pass,

,8'
:

()

ntienvied.

more

riding badly.

From ungrudging, from envy
:

not grudged, bounteously

tenses

, .: -, ^
,

,() () ,
of persons, friendless.
2
.

( privat., </)$,

))
From
f.

5, 5,

a'yaOos) un-

not ambitious. of persons and

— Adv. -.

an ar-

(,

a going

hor?ie agai?i,

departure.

to ride off,

away, or back.
II.

^7,

bad riding.

ov,

unsuitedfor riding orfor cavalry.
aor.
I

impf.

and
is

aor.

I

it

causal

:

med. in which to put away, remove, separate :
;

reII.

unenvied, pro-

hence
volt.
lest

to hinder,

-$,

frustrate : but mostly, to to tveigh out;

(5

make

-5, -6,
:
:

,

incorruption, purity.

From

intr.

ov, (a privat.,
f.

[]
:

:

uncorrupt, chaste.

Pass., aor. i

[]

or

they weigh out, i. e. pay inftdl the debt. in Pass., with aor. 2 act. perf. plqpf• and fut. med. to stand off, away, or aloof from ;
: :

:

:

;

pf.

to

place elsewhere, to remove.

f.

pf
if

pass,

etc., to

withdraw from business

to purify,

tlvos to revolt from, and freq. absol. to

revolt

;

also

c. inf.,

impf. (as

from

3 sing.

asking.

aor.

aor. i pf. Dor. 3 with pres. sense to send forth, discharge, Lat. emiitere, esp. of missiles in prose, to send forth on an expedition, send out. II. to send away, let go, Lat. dimittere : hence to throw away. 2. to let go, set free, esp. from an accusation, etc.: to remit: absol., to acquit. 3. to dissolve, disband, break up, of an army so also of the council at Athens. 4. to put away, di: :

pi.


Ep.
I
;

3

pi.

:

;

pf.

Dor.

:

fut.

:

Pass., fut.

ship with

:

:

(Prob. like

rich in a thing,

,$, ,
2.

give over

absol. to stand aloof, keep off.

pf. inf.

its

Lat. aplustre, the curved stern of a ornaments (Deriv. uncertain.)

,

of

,

a foaming or gnashing of

teeth.

:

", -5,
-5,

, 605, , ,
c.

formed from the sound.)
6v, (axpivos) rich, wealthy
:

also
c.

,

also

gen.

collat. form of Adv. unawares, of a sudden

out fear of,

vorce.
a place.

5.

(Is
III.

.

.

to loose ship for to leave ojf, let
let, suffer,

alone
(sub.

permit to do or to be done.
B.
forth.

,
Med.

to

give up

:

hence

causing no fear, not
less

to let pass, neglect.

IV. to

V. seemingly intr. vavs, etc.), to break tip, march, sail. to send forth from oneself, to send
oneself from : freq. in Att., tUkvojv let go the children.
c.

2. to loose

of heart, stout-hearted. Adv. o{ without fear, securely. a going away, departure , also a ^oing back. 11. =

-,) $,
gen.
ov,

ov,

(

privat.,

()

(65.
:

also

$.
2.

fearless, with-

(a privat.,
ov,

$)

to be feared.

{$,

-8, {,

$,

^)
fearless.

fear-

gen. only,

-5,

ov,

( privat.,

5. )

uncleansed.

.

compare.

-,
-•\,
fut.
:

f.

rowed
aor. 2

-,

all

from
cere


,
;

disarm, strip of arms : Med., 'ivT^a to put offo7ie's armour. with borpf. impf. a(pewpojv
f.

,

,
III.

—^.
to liken,

make

like.

II. to

to portray, copy. to

:

(as

if

(as if

from

— -)-),
:

from

and

:

to look

away

others at one, and so to look at, Lat. respiII. to to see clearly, have in full view.
a place.
ov, (a privat.,
III.

look

from

have the back tur7ied.
sufferable.

thing.

-,
-,

, €,

-5,

)

rarely, to look

away,

unbearable, in-

{a(popos)
II.

a not bearing, dearth of a

barrenness.

3 sing. fut. act. or 2 sing. fut. med. of pf. pass. Att. aor. f.
: :

determine,

mark off by boundaries : to part off, Med. to mark off for oneself, define:
to

), , -3, , ,, , , €€, -, ) , 5, ,
-5,
€,
f.

ov,

(

privat.,

strange.

2.

untold, numberless.
of,

not thought

(a privat., unseen, unexpected. Hence
II.

)
:

121
unutterable,

Adv. u?iexpectedly.

{$)

to

foam

c.

ace. to cover

withfoajn.

ov,

{05,

')

gathering froth,
one.
privat.,
tie.

skimming.

, , ()
.
=
ev,

the

foaming

opos,

Ion. for

(

rpa) without brotherhood, botind by no social
f.

, €5, €, () ,
is,


to

to foam.

foaming.

appropriate.
reject, banish.

II.

to set apart,

ordain

:

also to

Aphrodite, Lat. Venus, [], the goddess of love and beauty, bom from the sea-

, '
Venus.

(, $,
,
ov,

the foam-born.

From
foam-born.
belonging

fern.

Adj. sacred to Venus.

also

-op,f.17c,/o make to start from a
intr. to start

place.

II.

foam.

from

a place, set off: so in Pass, to

forth, start, depart.

f. to be heedless : to have no care a startitig-place, means of of operatiojis : hence also a place to of a thing. From ov, (a privat., thoughtless, 2. a starting-point, the retire to, a place of safety. heedless: so in tohe thoughtoccasion or pretext of a thing. 3. means, reII. pass, unthought of, unexpected. sources : esp. the means or sinews of war, as money, less. Adv. oi II. a making foolishly. ships, etc.: capital, Lz-t. fundus. , foam, froth. a start, undertaking.

,

(,

starting, base

)
to

go

, -,
ov,

from

) , ) -, , ( €, , , ,. , ) -5, ) . , , , -, , -, , ) -, , $, -, .) ) -, . ,
place.

-5, (, '5) -$,
Med.

3

pi. aor. I pass. opt.

o{

unmoor

ships

/rom harbour.

ov, (a privat., (^op/it fa;) without the lyre.

-8,
guilt:

-8,

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

)

without harbour in a
not bearing, barren.

. , () ))) -5, -, -,
-5, *'2,
,
ov,
is,

, , ,.,) -5, ,
,

,

II.

,

os,

ov,

the temple

of Venus:

her festival.

()

From

€€8, -€5, , ()
II. as
f.

appellat. love, desire:

also beauty.

Comp. and

Sup. of

be silly, to act foolishly

.

'^

folly, thoughtlessness.

{$,

( privat.,

unwatched. froth-producing, milky.
senseless, wit-

less,

and Sup.,

undefiled, uti-

stained.

— Med.

fut.

(, $)
II.

wash

(5, -, (, -.
to

ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,

foolish, crazed, silly, Lat. amens, demens.

Comp.
to

wash clean: Med.

oneself, bathe.

to

negligence;

to purify or liberate purify oneself from sins of to make expiatory

(

-5,
:

dull

anchovy or sardine. a sort (a privat., ^1^17) without natural talent, II. in good naturally unfit for a thing.
€s,

,

offerings to the god.

Med.

also to acquit
to dis-

sense, simple.

oneself of service due ; charge oneself of the obligation of an oath.
aor. 2 imper.

-8,

ov, (a privat.,

6$)

not to be shunned,
2. act.

inevitable: of arrows, unerring.

unable to
c.

med. of

escape.

Ep. for

pres.

act. part. ace.

of

f.

to be off one's

guard :

gen.

be careless about, neglect.

From

f.

to act

without sense.

From

(S,

(a privat.,

thoughtless, silly:

ed.

II.

of the dead, senseless.
lessly.

Adv.

foolishly, sense-

Hence

Adv.

-.
;

unguardov, (a privat., of persons, unguarded, unheeding; to catch one off bis guard.

-

, folly,
old

thoughtlessness,

sillitiess.

-5,

(-)

ov. gen.

$, =

thoughtless.

to be silly.

-5, , (,
f.

,

Hence want of vigilance, utiguardedness.
to strain off.

ov, (a privat.,

Att.

ov,

(a

privat.,

wood

leafless, of dry speech not seconded by the

unfenced, unguarded. ov, gen. ovos, —

II.

off one's guard.

suppliant's olive-branch.
fut. inf.

of


: :

-, , -, : (, —
122
f. f.

(€05, ,
:

to

wake or rouse from
it,

: {)
vrrvos) to
aor.
I

wake from

—*/€?. (, ): -€5,
sleep,

,

ovos. Dor. for
ov,

( privat.,

. ^)
()
made

not vexed with

sleep.

II. to

the

stream carries with

'22„

rubbish.

fut.

Ep.

—/

aor. i
;

med.

(fratu liquids

/^/
to

-: 7)
Dor.
/o

drawn from
drink, quaff.

the casks:
2.

— Med.
pour

(
)
From
the

mud and

fall asleep. dirt which a

storms.

aor.

r
:

pos, 0, 17, (a privat., without dexterity, awkward. 6S, without hands.

Ep.
oTyos

wine was
oneself, to

-€, -€5, -€$,

without hands

-€8,
ov,

ov, not
:

draw for

the body.

:

me up

natural

-\)05,
utterable.

, $) ,
a pile of leaves.

— Med.,
:

in a heap, to pile up,

-€(>9, ov, (a privat.,
hand.

I heaped
not planted.
to

*€5,

II.

unconquered.
the best

poet.
;

-€\>8,

65,

^ )
,

by hands.
the hinder parts

of

not trained by the

ov, (a privat.,

Adv. of

((

several rivers

have no

talent.

II. as appellat, any runni?ig and Acarnania. water, as in Virgil, Acheloia pocula.

ov, (a privat.,
II.

unspeakable, un-

voiceless, speechless.

-5,
:

f],

speechlessness.

dumb

\,

in Attica.

with single points to his horns, a deer. epith. of a young stag : also
Att.

or without foia.

man

Subst.,

II. as Achaian, Lat. Achivus. ol, the Achaians, in Homer the 2. Greeks generally. ), Achaia, in Pelo-

, , , , , '5, , ',
ov, (a privat.,

inarticulate.
for

Adv.

)
,

used for hedges

voiceless, speechless,

ing

-$.

[]. Dor.
Ion.

7).

,

()
.

epith. of

Demeter

a, ov, of or belotigfem. -las, the white poplar, supposed to have been brought by Hercules from the banks o{ Acheron. ovTOS, , Acheron, a river in Hades, (De-

", €5
,5,

, more rarely , a wild prickly shrub,
:

the

and
:

rived from

,

($)

*5,

,

esp. the

itos,

2. (sub. •yvvi])

Achaian la?id, with an Achaian tvo-

ponnesus.

farthing.

-6/8,
metal.

arms

mouth.

without grace or chartns, unpleasant, wretched. ungracious, thankless, Lat. ingratus.
f.

gracious : ungrateful, thankless. tbanked : Adv., ^, with an not wanting to him.

, )
grace.

, ) ,) ) ) ,, €5, ) , ) , 5 ) €$. , . ', -5, ., -, -5, , ) , () , ,
08, , ,
I.
:

so also

abas,

sounding: male cicada, from its chirping. to mourn, be sad, rivos for one. to mourn, be sad, only used in part., sorrowitig in heart. II. from the same Root came I. Ep. redupl. aor. 2
ov,

, ,
to

Acheron

,
wild pear.

known

Achelous, name of ran through Aetolia

.

.$,
.

as

Dor. for

05 () .)
from

,

,
pi.

ۥ, {$)
(')

,

-,

:

in causal sense, to

make

to grieve, vex, distress

so also redupl. fut.

aor.

I

(as if

-5, .-5,
-605,

from

€).
inf

2.

Med. and

Pass, to grieve, subj.
pi.

ov, (a privat.,

unbridled.

opt.

impf. 3

ov, (a privat.,

unbridled.

pf. pass.,

Ep. 3
;
;

or

ov,

(a

privat.,

without

a

(for

3 pi. pf.
part.

(for

Hence
to be

without a farthing.

€€8.
;

Ep. also

ov, (a privat.,

not forged of

[], Dor. and
Dor. for
ivos,

-5,
;

ov,

without

brass,

esp.

without

brasen

'. ,,
want;

poet,

form

for

(.

poor, needy, [a]

Hence

= avev

ov,

( privat.,
privat.,

,

need,

the eyes'

[-], ,
(S,

Persian

. ( euphon.) yawning,
01^,(0 privat.,

(

€)

= measure, — ^^
not

blank gaze.

0€08,

17,

, ($)
pass. part,

btirdensome,

oppressive.

opening the

Adv.

-vajs, unwiUi?igly, Lat. aegre, moleste.

vast.

aor.

i

of

ay.

-8, , ,

,

not palisaded.

ovos,

gen. iTOS,

( privat., xapis)

,

fut. pass,

of

).

grief, annoyance.

II.

Pass,
:

with

fut.

med.

and

pass.

-5,

, ($)
and poet.
:

to be ungrateful.

)—

aor. I

in Adv.,

$ $
17,

ingratitude, ungraciousness.
ov, (a privat.,

Ion.

-5,
€(
to

unpleasing

without grace.
2.

unpass, unII.

thanks are
ill

%(6

will: hence

follow with a

bad

eos, TO, a weight, burden, load; a dead weight on earth. II. a load of grief: sorrow, grief, distress. f to bear burdens, to bear as a From burden. ov, bearing burdens. a, ov, of or belonging to Achilles:

$

:

discontented, vexed, disgusted.

''AXOOS,

-5, (, ) 605,

,

to be

burdened, loaded:

:

pf

:

(-

to be

weighed down,

5

,

food.

Achilles, son of Peleus and Thetis, chief of the

touched. midons, hero of the Ihad. ov, gen. cdios, without tunic, thinly clad. want of a cloak : generally, want of

clothing.

6, -, , -,)
From
'AxiWctis,
€Cus,

:

.

'AxtUevs—*2.

123
Adv. of manner,
ov, (a privat.,

cakes of fine barley-meai, dainty

.

III.

Ep.

,

:

Ep. also

,

-5, -5,
f.

From

ov, (a privat.,

ov, contr.

without cloak. ovv, (a privat.,

without herbage.

, )
:

Lat. penitus.

Myr-

"AXT^'PON,

-5, -5, , {) -, {) (,
i),

ov, (a privat.,

,

husks.

065, €,

ligo: in

of the dying or swooning
dark.

, ',
-5,

''2,

€v,

($) murky, gloomy.
mist,
:

out the husks.

vos,

,a
[]
:

Homer

also the mist ivhich

gloom, darkness, Lat. cacomes over the eyes metaph. trouble. Hence

surface of a thing, as of liquids,
tears.

to trouble oneself, grieve.

,
,
dxpas,

anything that comes off the /oam, froth; dewy the dexu of heaven of solids, chaff: the doivn on fruit. in ace. as Adv., a morsel, a little bit. Dep. only used in pres. and impf.
Dor.
),
;

,

aor.

i

:

. -,/, ( ( $)
Dor. for

-, $, , .
TO,

fern. Adj. of chaff a heap of chaff a chaff-holder. mostly in plur. chaff, bran,

,

(, )

)
;

) )

to the uttermost, utterly,

without colour. uncoloured : un-

to be or

grow

",

away.

-|/5,
act.

,
privat.,

privat., not parted. II. without a place assigned one. Adv. of Place, backwards, back, away from, 2. of actions, again, over again. aor. 1 med. part, of
ov,

)
and
really

threshing

.

.

lacking gall : metaph. II. allaying bile or anger. meek, gentle. Dep. to mourn, bewail oneself. not like ov, (a privat., attended with the dance, joyless, wretched.
ov, (a privat.,

"AX02,

only of the mind.

Xpf'ia) useless, unprofitable, unserviceable in war.

neut.

yfkdv to laugh without look, looking /oo/is^; use or cause, make a forced laugh Hence to bark without cause, of dogs.
;

or

9,

profitable, unserviceable; without effect, Lat. irritus. thing: III. act. making no use cruel.

) , (, -, . ) , (, ) ,, ( € "^, , , , , ) -$ , , )) -, , ) -€5, ()
-5,
ov,

)

:

()

-€05,

:

, ', -,
-€8,

( privat., \^) untouched.

without touching. €s, (a privat.,

, = '5.
,
77^0;,

)
lie,

.
:

II.

unblamed, blameless.

truthfulness

f.

not to

to speak truth.

From

«s,

(a privat., \p(i;5os) without falsehood,

truthful: of things, genuine, pure.

() $,
lindefiled.

€$. -€5,

Ion.

-€5. Adv.

without the dance : mournfid, sad. €0$, TO, an ACHE, pain, distress, in Homer
is, —

-5, -5,

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

ov, (a privat.,

^() )
Pass.

Hence and truly.
unfeigned.
off.

not rubbed

not having
to be tied

voted.

pf.

:

(/)

:

-5, $,
-€8,

in a circle or curve.

ov,

(

privat.,

-Kopos, ov,

Kopos) satisfied with touch-

57,

a kind of wild pear.

ov, rarely a, ov. Ion.

-5, (

ing, fastidious, dainty.

privat.,

.

-5,,
(5
Ion.

a skirmishing.

From

ov,

skirmishing.

as Adv.,

giving a helpless

TO, Lat. absinthium,

wormwood.
a juncture
a net.
:

From

,

wormwood.

5,

97,

()

,€,
means
:

knot;

the meshes

of

-5,

f.

to

make

tiseless, disable.

ov, Ion. for axpeios.

felloe or felly of a wheel, the wheel itself; the potter's wheel. 3. an arch or vault.
dat. pi. of

$
a loop,
2.
;

the

-5,
ol

,

want of money.

From

$.

ov, (a privat.,

without money

-poos, ov, contr.

ovv,

(, ()

the poor.

want of money. From ov, gen. ovos, (a privat.,
),

back-flowing, flowing back into itself ov, shortd. form of foreg.

-5,

=

poor, needy.

[a\

wards, going back ward, back again.
ov|/os, (OS, TO,

moving back-

neut.

as Adv., back-

,

uselessness, unfitness.

From

-TOs,

ov,

(a

privat.,

useless,

un-

U

-5, ()
-5, -5,,

a juncture

:

a joint.
c.

ov, (a privat.,

without noise

unfit
II.

for a

gen.,

Prep, with and before a vowel axpis, until gen. until, Lat. usque ad; Kaph'ias. II. as far as, deep in the night Conj. until, to the time that, Lat. donee : so also
:

,

unkind,

() \

of, c. dat.

,

0»/,

(

privat.,

d-ij/VKTOS, ov, (a privat.,

cowardice.

From

ov, (a privat.,

spiritless, fainthearted.

*', root oi

,

to

blow;

) ) ,.
^o^os)
uncooled,
lifeless.
cf.

without cry of wailing.

= a-^o(^77Tos.
warm.
II.

:


to sleep

!

124

"Ail, root of Ep. aeaaa, ccntr.

", *',,

hurl, contr.
to satiate, iiif
:

verb. Adj. Ep. for a(LV aor. I []; but privat., aaros [_], contr. oltos. with Adv. Dor. for Dor. for aovos, at an nnlimely hour. Adv. of untimely fate or death, an unsear,Kciv to have sonable time : in ace. as Adv.,

, , -,

.

-, , ()
-8,
-5,
too late,
ov,

,, . , (), $ ^, $, () () : 05, , ', ^, ,^. . $, , $. (,
:

aor,

from

q. v.

—. , 5, ,
i

[a], contr. for

a walking, going. one must go. ov, 6, one that goes on foot, a walker, goer ; a quick goer. good at walking. a walk. , to speak, say: 3 sing. pf. pass., enos f. a word has been spoken. Ion. for fem. of Adv. deeply. ov, Sup. of
verb. Adj. of

come

[a]

-5,
(,
'5, .

=

$.

ov,

(8,

tempesta nocte. ov, (a privat., untimely, unseasonable, €m = III. eavaros. II. before the time, tinripe. misshapen, ugly, [a] that on which one stands, a base, Ep. plqpf. pass, of pedestal: foundation. 2. a step or set of steps, the Dor. for 'Hws, "Ecus. Hence round of a ladder: in plur. ladders. 3. a threshold: the bringer of light, the metaph. an edge, verge. ,= 4. a bench, seat. morning-star, Lat. Lucifer. es, ay/ios) with deep vales. f. to sleep soundly. From ov, deep-counselling. TO, and Ion. ov, Att. cw, , the best or choicest of its kind, the flower of the whole; in Homer oi Uit finest yij) with deep soil, fruitful. also of \he finest linen, wool, oios \ew• yijpas) in great old age, ;

, (8,. •-5, ,, , 5, ,
()

)

)

, , ,
€$,

($,

,

,

$,

,

$, ()
and

$, ,

$.
step.

From
II.

,

step, stair.

metaph.

at midnight, Lat. in-

$,

. , ()
,
,

8 ,

step, degree,

rank, Lat. gradus. (OS, TO, depth or height, Lat. altitudo; in file, of soldiers.

(%)

.
,
:

(,

-, -5, -€5,
-|5,
:

decrepit.

second letter of the Greek al— phabet hence as a numeral, and devT^pos, = 2O0O. but The Aeol. and Dor. used it as the simple aspirate
indecl.,

D,

,

'

under the breast, but over the
fell

before p, as often inserted between
as in

€.

on foot, opp. to gradatim.
pf.
:

^, ., (, ^ . -5, (, ) , , -5,(, ) , , ()', -, , {) (, () , -, ) , -5, ) -5, , -, , {,, ( )
The change
of
into

, , $.
5,
I.

dress

for

$.

It

was

of sheep, with thick wool.
e's,

and

to give a fuller sound,

cf.

-,. -, )
ov, ov,

-05, (, yv) -65, ($, ) -5, (8,($, -5, ^)
ov,

,) -5,
($, (8,

65,

, ($,
eaaa,
(v,

ov,

,

)
;

deep-carved.

($,
in

)

deep-eddying. deep-eddying, [t]
e.

far famed.
deep-girded,
i.

not

hips, so that the

gown

over the girdle
cf.

full

folds

esp. of the Ionian

other consonants was
it,

chiefly

owing to the
II.

different pronunciations of the

several dialects

into

e. g.

for

-

-, (, -€5, (,) -5,
(s,

$, , , ($, )
($, ($,
fs,

with thick hair:

strongly curved.

ktjtos) very deep.

\$) far-famed.
II.

ov,

the dress in deep, full folds, like

Arcad., into
III.

,

as

for

with siuelling breasts.
valleys.
ov,

of the earth, with deep with high
cliffs.

$.
ov,

deep-bosomed, with
2.

,

into y, as

for

shortd. form of

King

redupl. for

to chatter.

ov, with thick ice.

Lat. papae, exclamation of surprise,

-KTiavos, ov,

with great posgen. ovos,

bless

me ! dear me !

sessions, esp. of flocks

,

$, ,

,

a chatterer. Lacon. for

6-€5,

a bridge.

and herds. ov, and with rich meadows.
ov,

a speech.

ov,

Adv.

step by step, pacing, Lat. pedeII,

(8, ($,
,
also

with deep, thick crops.
thick-fleeced.

tentim, opp. to quick running.
riding.

marching

ov,

III.

gradually, Lat.
I

deep-counselling.
ivise.

-voos, ov, contr.

fut. Att.

later
:

:

aor.

:

profoundly

to

to

go

slowly, pace: generally, to go.

go on foot, Hence

to

walk:

to deepen,

[], fut. hollow

:

pf.

($, $) ($, vaos) (vya: ():
ovv,
ttjv

out, excavate;

'

to

deepen the phalanx by increasing the numov,

ber of ranks.

-, -,
-^, -,

-|8, $, (5, -65, {$,
ov,
ov,
ov, ov,

with thick wood. irihov) forming a deep vale.
thick-soled.
rich.

-poos, ov, contr. deep-flowing, with deep, full stream.
Ion.

Tfpos, poet,

poet.

) -, {, ) ,{5, ) ( ^ ' )•. -5, -, , - €€ ''2, . , . 5 $) 5.
in

ov,

ov,

($, ttAoutos) exceeding {8, €$) plunged war. , (() = wool. with {$,
fiaOvppoos.
thick

—'. ^ ) )
;;
:

;

125

kvvia kviavTol nine years have come ana gone. 6. to mount, of animals, ta cover; brood mares. 7. with cognate ace, Ke\ev0ov to go a path; to advance the foot also later c. ace, alvov KOpoi disgust comes after praise debts catne xpios

.

;

;

'€

on me.

ov,

deep-rooted.

:

Comp.

Dor.

:

Sup.

thick, luxuriant, as

Deep or high, Lat. altus. of the hair and beard

,
2.
;

in fut. act. II. Causal aor. I (answering to pres. to make to go; }he made the men dismount from the
:

chariot.

TO,

{$)

BAIO'2,

05 he was
17,

,

,

a palm-branch.
slight, short, small,

little,

travelling with small escort;

deep,

(sub.

from childhood;

:

generally,

large, abundant : of the voice, deep : of thought, then in various senses, of time, age, etc. deep :

ful.

(^ ) ) -, ) -5, -, ) -€5, €5 (, ) -5,
5
morning-prime ; a column deep
is,

2, - BAI'TH, ,
a
little.

,

humble
as

Adv.

yrjpas great old age;

ov,

ov,

ov,

($, {$, {5, ($, ($, {$,

in file.

deep-dug. deep-shaded. deep-sown, fruitdeep-chested

deep-bosomed earth.
ov,

robes.

-5,
-5, -, -5, -,

ov,

well-covered, of a bed.
ov,

rushes.

ov, gen. ovos,

selling.

soil, fertile.

^, , , . * - €5, , ,, ^ ^,^^ €5, ^: , ,, , ,
8,
ov,

) -,
8,

ov,

{$,
also

,

ov,

with deep thick hair, with thick mane. frenzied. gen. ovos, of deep

,

aor. 2 opt. of

,
Ep. Ep.

Ep.

formed from the Root and Dor.
pi.

) ,), .
{, )
{$,
deep
:

5)

) , (), €,
f.

with deep, full

who begs leaning on a

, ,. 5, , , , )(, &) €, , -,
(8,
,= ,

a palm-branch. a peasant's coat of skins. , a priest of Cybele. f. (BaKis) to prophesy like Bacis. or fws, baccar, an aromatic plant.

,, , {*,
otos,

,=

staff,

support.
staff.

to lean

on a

From From

Lat. baculus, a staff.

ov,

,

one

staff.

deep-covered,

to

rave with Bacchic frenzy.
to

grown with

(,
=

raise

the

strain

(,
II.

deep-coun-

€, ,(5)
,
the

thick-leafed.
tJ€v,

€5,

,
to

invoke Bacchus.

Bacchic revelry. temple of Bacchus.

. ,

ov,

(5)

Bacchus or

his rites: like

Bacchic, belonging to a priest of Bacchus, inspired,

fut.

'.

pf.

(^) , , = 5. , (^) (, ($)
otos, to,
ov.

Bacchic revelry.

Hence

($,
2.

Bacchanalian, frenzied. Bacchic revelry.

f.

part,

aor. 2

imperat.

aor.

[]
as

inf.,

.
(, Ep.
I

to

go

ceed upon hope,
settled; (v

) , 5, ^.05, ,^%, , , ;^ € 8 , , ,( € , . , ( , 02, {$) ",
Ep. 3
;

inf.

;

Bacchus.

to

,

contr.

Ep. 3 sing,

,
;
:

($,
(as

bacchari.

Ep. 3 dual

[]

;

,

in

compds.

;

subj.

spired

frenzied

(/) woman.
=
and
:

II.

to keep the feast of speak or act like one frantic, Lat. causal, to inspire with frenzy. II. any ina Bacchante.

3 sing.
for

^31777

opt.

;

inf.

part,

:

— Pass.,

Med., Ep. 3
aor.
I

sing.

a, ov,

,

Bacchanalian
as Subst,,

generally, inspired, raving.

II.

in

compds. as

pf.

* €, ' (( he started
;

To

go, walk, step.
3.

ievai he, they set

compds. 2. Ep. with out to go
in

(sub. 0€0s), the Bacchic god,

i.

e.

Bacchus.

$, , =
ov,

to run.

after a thing
i.

'

etc., to

propf.

e.

to feel

hope,

etc.

4.

the

chieily has the sense of being in a place, being
to

stand

fast; 01 kv

Tcj they

who are

-.

Bacchanalian. , Bacchus, the planter of the vine, god of wine and inspiration, and particularly of dramatic and so from poetry. The same word with II. a Bacchanal : generally, any one in-

,

in office.

5.

of

lifeless

things,

spired or frantic with passion.

:

126
the

-, \5 €,
f.


17,

{$,
iws,
6,

ajpa)

hook

to

pull out

or bolt-pin, a key.
TO, Lat. balneum, a bath, bathing-room. the

,. .
.

neator.

generally, to

€, , -5, -5,
Hence

"''2,

(Formed from

bath-man, Lat. bal-

or dates.

push : to let fall on or over,
fall, tumble,

ds II. Med. weigh with oneself, ponder, deliberate. 2. to throw around oneself; to throw over one's shoulder. 3. to lay a foundato

tion,

fem, o{

-, (, () $ -, (, ^) |, , () , ,, $. 5, ,, , . (, , ', . , , . ( ( $, () , . : : . ,'^ , ., ', . €. , . (. , {$) .(, , ,3 . , . (. € ^ $ , 5 .$ ' ( , -, ($, , , . , , () ) $,. ,
close up.

of BA'AA'NOS, an acorn: also of other fruit, esp. the date ; Aids II. the sweet chestnut. an iron peg, Lat. pessulus, passed through the bar into a hole in the doorpost behind it, and taken out with a hook /aypa) when the door was to be opened, a bolt-pin. Hence
fern,

( ,,
f.

,$ ,
(\$)
, ,
to
6,

wait upon a person at the balh serve, wait upon. ov, acorn-eating. ov, /os, bearing acorns
to

dipped, dye

{)
to

{$, -^)

habits of a mechanic

Hence
tree.

€8.

shake acorns from a

, of or for mechanics; mechanical trade, Lat. ars sellularia. ov, (for from working by or with fire: hence generally a mechanic: metaph. low, vulgar, illiberal.

, , . , , ,
Dor. for

chatter with the teeth:

to

stammer,
/SatVcu.
is

$,

the sound.)

Dor. for
see

$, ,
:

Ep. for

(, ',

^, {)
:

pi. aor. 2 subj.

of

j),

{$)

-5,
a
fa's,

. , ^$, $, )
that in which

a thing

3 pi. aor. 2 of

handicraft, the

life

and

hence vulgarity, bad

taste.

|5,

,

,

*('/) handicraft. saying, report, announcement,
the telling or tidings
to dip repeatedly,

esp.

of an oracle;

bar the door with a bolt-pin, to

of the capture.

BAAA'NTION,
ihos,

bag, pouch, purse. to cut purses.

,a

a cutpurse.

dip under:

— Med.
aTos,

fut. Att.

to bathe.

,

mostly in

pi.

(3,
11.

=

,

II.

baptize.

Hence
11.

that which

is

dipped.

Lat.

carceres, the post of the race-course, whence the racers started and to which they returned, both in running
:

bsptizer

:

and driving
to be

any starting point.

gained, the battlement of a wall: for €/36, 3 sing. aor. 2 of
also
rjvos,

—an end,

any point
term.

, , one dyed: ,,
dipped,

,

dipping in water : baptism. that dips, a dyer.
the Baptist.

II.

a

bright-coloured.

II.

drawn

like water.
fut.

From

Pass., aor.

aor. 2

,

a king, akin to Hebr.

[]

:

pf

I.

transit, to dip,

Bel or Baal, Lord.

,

,

dip under, Lat. immergere.
steep:
steep

2.

to dye,

colour,

,= (€,
fut.
fut.

spotted, dappled.

proverb.,
in

"SapdiaviKov to

a play Ion.

on the words

and

the Attic
aor. 2

deme

Ion.

inf.

plqpf.

Ep.

:

imperat.

:


:

— Med.,
sing.

Tzrdy
perf.

Ion. impf.
Ion.

aor. 2

Sardian dye, give him a bloody coxto fill by dipping in, draw. II. intrans. the ship sank. dip, sink; vads Ion. (akin to epos) a gulf, cleft, pit : at Athens a cleft behind the Acropolis, into which criminals were thrown, — Spartan hence, II. metaph. ruin, perdition.

one

comb.

3.

,

-

Pass., fut.

fut. 3

j8e-

:

aor.

i

3

subj.

part.
:

:

opt. 2
pf.

sing.

(,

£p.

aor.

2

inf.

plqpf.

I,

Ion, 3 pi. Act. to throw,

^-

hurl at, properly of a missile as opp. to striking, to hit with a dart : metaph. of sound, to strike,
cast,
:

— of
:

ships,

to

dash, strike

:

also
to

to

and of

tears, to

(.

shed:

— also

put

2. intr. to

^$

to found a city.

Dor. for

aor. 2 part.

nom.

pi.

, . Dor.

for

05.

fut. ind,

and

aor. 2 subj. o(

f. Att. to behave or a barbarian, speak a foreign tongue: to ape 11. to bold with barbarians, esp. the foreigners. Persians ; cf. barbaric,foreign, like aforeigner, opp. to /cos. Adv. -«cDs, in a foreign tojigue, i. e. Persian. From BA'PBA"P05, ov, barbarous, i. e. not Greek, all that were not foreign : as Subst., Plato divides Greeks, or that did not speak Greek. mankind into Barbarians and Hellenes, as the Hebrews gave the name of Gentiles to all but themselves. 11. from the Augustan age, the term was applied by the Romans to all nations except themselves and the Greeks: but the Greeks still affected to look upon the Romans as Barbarians. ov, speaking a strange foreign tongue. f. to make barbarous

speak

,
:

,

like

,,

,

:

or foreign
ticulate.

instrument of

for the lyre itself.

Sup. of

weighed down, overcome, heavily, grievo7isly; Adv. of

6€, Lat. aegre ferre,
5.
Ion.
ios,

€ 8,
ing.

, . , '€$ $, ,., :
:

BA'PBITON— /3;'9.
:

Pass, to become barbarous

to be inar-

BA'PBI^'TON, TO, and many strings,

or

,a
:

like the lyre

musical used also

sjitns.

,

ov,

by

poet, metath. for
for

€, ($)
($,

so

Comp.

€8.
;

-5, -8, -5,
is)

ov,

and

-5,

127
t,

exceeding wrathful.
ov,

ov,

(, (,

painful.
I

Ep. and Aeol. for

intr.

in

Ep.

$,

€($.
plur.

pf.

part.

pass, of

to take a thing

to hear with disgust.

,

Ion.

$ $,
///

I

'

den

,

vexed, annoyed, Lat. gravari.

an
I

Egyptian boat, a sort of raft: generally, a canoe,
boat, Lat. ratis.

grief, misery

(, $) , -€, $, , -€6, , ($, ^) -5,,{, ^) , -5,$, ,,(8, poi) , (,

-, -5,
:

BA'POS,

eos, TO, weight,

burden, pressure: hence
suffer-

^ — -8, , , (, -8, , (, ) -, (,
:

to

[], f. torment


,

(, ()
to

) )
in

gen. los,

(,
pi. aor.

exacting heavy
very toilsome or

load heavily,

to
;

bur-

Pass, to be weary, oppressed

-

to be

maimed

hand:

metaph.

to be

also a quantity, excess.
is,

-, -5,
2.
:

-,
is, is,

($, akyos) grievously very grievous. ($, ') very grievous.
ov,

woe.

Dor. for
ov,

.
and
ill

heavily.

groaning

heavily.

ill-fated, ill-starred.
fern.

-, (, -€8, -, (, ) -5, (,
is,

6)

loud-voiced.

opyrj) exceeding angry.

($,

^ivo)

heavy-handed. causing grievous

,

(vi)

mourning

is,

loud-thunderijig.

eating

-,

loud-roaring, thundering.

with heavy knees, loitering, lazy. ov, yviov) weighing
litnbs.
f.
:

by an evil genius

by a heavy fate, unlucky.

dignant, stdlen.
dull, sluggish.

loud-thundering.
storming.

^. •-5, -,,(,(, ) ^) -8, {, ) , () (, 4) -, (, ) -€5, (, ) -, (, ) -?, (, ) -, (, (, ) •-5,, . ,, -, (, ) () -5, ^^ 05, ()
ov,

-, -5, (, -8, (, ) $) . -5 (, -5, , (, () -, -6, (, ) (, , () -, (, ) -, (, ) -, {, ) ) -5, () (, -^, ,,
:

gnawing, corroding.
ov,

($,

)
ov,
to be

heavy-footed

-, , , , (, $)
,,
:

,

ireafTv) heavy-falling.

heavy at the end.
:

loud-roaring. loud-roaring. greedily

BA'PT'S,

eia,

Comp.

heavy, Lat. gravis : burdensome, grievous, op2. in good pressive : of persons, troublesome.
sense, weighty, i?npressive.
III.
II.

,
gen.

with heavy fate,

Sup.

-

of
:

soldiers,

heavy-

heavy-sounding,

armed.

of sound, strong

deep, bass, opp.

to

,
,
17.

and

yovv)

ov,

heavy with iron.

ov,

weighing heavy.
sobbing

down

the

ov,

heavily.

possessed

ov,

generally, to be unlucky.

Hence

ov,

groaning heavily. weighed down

,

a heavy fate,

luck.

by

ill

luck.

ov, gen. ovos, {fiapvs,

pressed

ov,

acpapayos) loud thun-

-5, , (, ) -€, (, ) -5, (, ) --, {, ) -5,
,
ov,

dering.

weeping grievously.

,

taking heavy vengeance. giver of ill gifts.

tunity: harshness, oppression; gravity oi m^nntxs.

=

•-5, (,
ov,

)

weight, heaviness

:

impor[iJ]

of great worth : veneraor. 2 of

able, costly.

ov,

is,

exceedingly jealous. heavy-sounding.

ov,

($,

*<)

heavy

to bear.

sullenness.

From

ov,

heavy-sounding,

ov,

heavy in

spirit

:

in-

loud-roaring.

,,

weighty of

to be

weighed down:

to be heavy,

mind

or purpose.

[C]

ov,

thick-lipped.

ov,

-KOTOs, ov,

ov,

loud-roaring. grievous in wrath. KTviria) heavy-sounding,

spirited, dejected.

ottos,

6,

17,

loud-

stone

,

,
:

ov,

deep-toned.

heavy of soul, mean-

aor. 2 part, of

f.

to try the genuine?iess

ov,

hate vented

in bitter

vexatious of speech; words.

make proof of :

to

rub upon the touchof thing, test, convict: to put to the torture.
Att.
to

,

,

torturing, torture.


,

!

5, () ,
128
:

pecul. fern,

an examiner, questioner, torturer.

BA'2A'N05, ,

the touchstone, Lat. lapis Lydius,

by which gold was proved, see metaph. a test to try whether a thing be genuine or
not.
tion.
2. torture,

fut.

royal blood.

reditary monarchy, opp. to rvpavvis.
TO,

royal treasury or

kingly, royal.
contr.
:

looking after roaches or skaits, greedy for them. t5os, the prickly roach or the skait. hence are -Tjes a king, prince, of gods and ov, pulling thorns off a, ov, more kingly formed the Comp.

,, ,, . , () ,, , , , , , , , , ,
ov, gen. ovos.

HI. inquiry, esp. by torture, the quesanguish, disease. Dor. for

€. ^ , ,. ,. , , . ,
;

— /3

.

,

Dor. for

,-

.

aros,

. Dim. ,
pass,
:

a fox. (Of Thracian origin.)

den.

If.

BA2TA'Zfl,
:

that which bears, a staff. f. aor. i
:
:

aor.

i

of

),

{($)
mostly
tent.

metaph. to a queen, princess, lady of port, hold upright
raise
:

extol, exalt.

(,
that which
is

of

Dor. comparat. of

$.
later
lift

borne, a bur-

From

(up, supIII.

to

lift,

H.

to bear,

to

carry

off.

,

a kingdom, dominion

:

he-

,
a

,

to bear in mind, consider. IV. to handle, touch. Hence

verb. Adj., to be borne.
to

,

lisper.

in plur.,

€05,

Strictly neut.
ov,

a palace : also the from

f.

ov,

and

a,

Ion.

BA'SrAET'S,
:

II. the or up. Sup. , ov, most kingly. BA'T02, a bramble or any prickly bush. second of the nine Archofis at Athens was called /3a, the Hebrew liquid measure bath. aiXevs he had charge of the public worship, and the passable. III. after the , conduct of criminal processes. ov, of or belonging to a Persian war the king of Persia was called (sub. frog-colour, pale frog : Hence (without the Art.), or
:

\€,

a people a king.

of or for a king, princely. KiKos, , a courtier, nobleman. barbaric form of and ,
t'Sos,

as Adj.

passable : accessible. a stepping : a step, walk. that whereofi one steps, ground : a pedestal.
ov,

-, , , , (, , , . , -, , , ,,. . : : , , (, , ,. , . , $, , , . , , (: '', , (, ) ,, () -, , ,,, ; , , , ( (, ,
f.

,
pi.,

From

iws

Ion.

nom.

(($,
'/$

(5, men —
:

i]os,

,

ace.

old Att. -ijs. Ion.

, -, ) ,
Ep. for

,

ov,

$, ,
,

,=

$,{)
ov,

()

mount, cover, of animals. 3 dual aor. 2 of fem. Adj. /or mounting.

.

a bush, thicket.

-5, {5) ) ($,
5, 05,
,

{,

to be
:

— Pass,

, made

(5.
:

8,, () ), {5)
i5os,

to be king, to rule

in aor.

i

green.

king.

II. c.

dat. to rule over
to be

and

iSos,

to be

governed by a king,

under

,

From 17, a frog-green coat. 2. the frog a frog, Lat. rana.

of a horse

s

hoof, [d]

. Ion. for , ov, Ion. for \€$. idos, , pecul. fem. of
to be
,

fut. Att.

=

, (BOttos)

to

stammer.

'8)

to

f.

, {(8) a€os,royal,qf
ov like
,

royal.

babble, tise vain repetitions.

of the king's party.

a king.

2.

BaTTOS, . Stammerer, name of a king of Cyrene. (Formed from the sound.)
Dor.
fut.

II.

as Subst.,

to cry

,,
II.

to

bark

:

transit,

=

a queen.

,—

a queen, princess.

2.

hence to wail, mutter : to reproach. to cry aloud for. i?>os, , a wine-cooler. a furnace, forge. or ,

{)

= /3778,
(5,,

() ()
:

royal.

Dor. for
II.

57,

II.

cold water.

also the dye itself.

fut.

words ©/"another, esp. to slander, disparage. II. to use ill words to another, bewitch by spells or by means of an evil eye,
:

()

aor.

I

:

aor. i pass.

to use ill

(5,

() , () ,
,,
Att.
ov,

a dipping, as of red-hot iron in a dipping of cloth in dye, dyeing:

aor. 2 inf pass, of

, (€) an
leech, Lat.

dipping, dyeing. hirado.

abomination, esp. of

Lat. fascinare.

,

($)
as

idols.

slander, envy, malice.

ov,
2.

slanderous, envious,

ma-

lignant.

$,
!

a sorcerer. ahos, , a kind of duck. imperat. of an obsol. verb
!

^'2, , ,
:

(€)
:

disgusting, abominable.

= foreg.

abominable, disgusting. Hence
fut.
:

to

catise to stink,

form of
thee

away

Ion. for

€€ $.

of

,

another speed

make loathsome.

'

away

I

1

mostly used as Dep. with fut. med. and pass, aor. I med. and pass, to feel disgust at, to detest, have a
II.

€-

horror

fast, trusty, sure, safe:

establish for oneself, to confirm, seciire.

, , , .
inf of

,, . , {) , , ,, €5, ,,
of.

these forms, as well as perf. l/SScoccur in pass, sense, to be abominated.
all
f.

But

break

wind

:

to stink.

=

:

c.

ace. to be a/raid of.

€$, ,

Ep. 3

of ov, also as, ov
pi. pf.
,

'—. , . , , ,, . ,
2 sing, of

129

Ep.

fut.

Ep. for
for

fut.

of of

I will walk

or

^, Ep. €6-€8,
T(5,

live.

aor. 2 subj. of

ov,
:

{€$,

firm, steady : steadcertainty.

()

old-fashioned,

$, , firmness,
to

steadfastness, safety.
establish
:

{.

make firm,

€$,

Adv. oi

steadfastly, firmly.

,

^$,, a makingfast or sure, establishing.
Ep. syncop. forms of

[]

pf pass, of weighed down, Ep. pf
pi.

, ,.(, ^, , (,
Ep. 3

plqpf of

Att. contr.

from

.. . (,
part, of

, {, ) -, () ,,
Hence

out of date, dotard

simple,

silly.

— Med.

to

€05, €€, (€$)
bread
:

said to

be a Phrygian word.

TO, poet, for

4$, a dart, javelin.
needle-

,

an arrow-head: point of a spear:

a

needle.

,,

seller.

(OS,

,

jacio), anything thrown, a bolt, arrow, dart.

Ep. 3

pi.

pf of

metaph., dyava of Apollo and Artemis are used of sudden, easy death; the arrows of the storm glances shot from the eye. = poet. Comp. of ayaOos,
better.

Ep. for

pf

part,

pf of
ov,

($,
sacred.

Ion. for

plqpf of

\$)

permitted to

human
II.

use, like Lat.

allowable to tread, profanus, opp. to

.
of

of /SoiVcy.

top, to set

€5 €, , , ^, ()()
;

, , €,

^

like Lat.

jaculum (from
2.

,

,

,

Hence

also a rare Sup.
ov, Sup.

of ayaOos, best. ov, gen. ovos, Comp. of ayaeas,
to spin like

,
a
top.

,

ov.

better.

f a going.

to spin as

one does a

.. . , ,5 $. , ,, . . , , .. , . . ,, . , , . •, ,. . €, €, , . . , ,
f.

Hence

pass,

€, ^, ,^. , ^, €, €, £€, (€, ,. €,
pf

of men, unhallowed, profane, unholy.
to profane, to pollute,

BE'MBIS, iKos, , Lat. turbo, a top. ivBBov,6,the temple ofBendis, (a name of Diana).

pass, of ;3ta^<u.

»)

',

eos, TO, (poet, for

$,

as

for

the depth of the sea, Lit. fundus
;

;

pf of pf

to the bottom

€5,

the depths of the

wood.

a, ov.

Dor. for

pf

act.

and

pass,

fut.

3 pass, of

Ep. for fut. of Ep. and Ion. for

,

pf

act.

and

pass, of

2 sing,

pf

pass, of

Ion. 3 plur.

pf and plqpf

,

,

a booby.

poet, for

(,

3 sing. aor. 2 of

of

03, ,

pf

^.
pf

. 6€8, ,, . . 6, ^^, , 5, ,() . ., . . , , ( €, , , . . , , () . ', , , , (,($, . , , . (, , .. 5, , ^: €:— ^, ,, s, -, , ) . . , (,
pf.

,
pass, part.,
V.

of

act. and pass, of a pace, step, footstep : a aros, II. a raised step : a tribune Ep. plqpf act. and pass, of place to set foot on. to speak from, esp. in the Pnyx at Athens, Lat. 3 sing, pf and plqpf. pass, of rostra, suggestum or -us. Ep. for I plur. aor. 2 of aor. 2 inf of Ep. for

() () ,

aor. 2 imperat.

and

inf.

of

the threshold, Lat. limen.

€,

^,
or

3 plur. plqpf pass., and

Ep.

for

(,

aor. a

of

of

for

aor. 2 inf. of

pf of

pf

act.

and

pass,

of

pf pf of

pass, of

cough, Lat. tussis. , jewel of sea-green colour, beryl. aor. I act of Ep. for aor. I med. imperat. of Ep. for sing. aor. I med. of Ep. for
fut.

, ,

)3.

pf

part. pass,

oi

of

Dor.

,

Lat.

saltus,

a

poet,

form of pf

to eat up.

wooded

valley or glen

;

ovpfos ev

in the

act.

syncop. for
fut.

and pass, of pf part, of

mountain glens.

Hence
(v,

3 pass, of pf pass, of

'52,

Att.

woody. f

aor. I

Att. contr. of

(5,

cough.

Ep. pf part,

ovos,

,

a dancer.

of

poet, for

3 dual aor. 2 of

F

:


Ion.

130

',
vis
:

of violence
f.
:

one, to svffer violence


:

^<5 ^,

often periphr. with a gen. oi the person,
tee
;

,.
II.

bodily strength, force, might, Lat.
II.

',
pi.

strong Hercules. rivos against one's
to force,

herein.

and (sometimei)
violence

constrain, overpower

carry by force or assault : absol. to use force, force one's way. fighting violently. ,
to

acting with violence; vpjs ro aJ,ov by force. piss, forced : compulsory. Hence

-, ,
,

: , , ^
force,
will.
:

—'2. -5, -,
:!

:

, (!, ,

gen. ovos,

]

an act Hence
aor. I

ing

2,
life.

))
{$,
want of means.
life,

lively, strong, bale.

support-

, life,

constrain
to

Pass.,

have violence done

manner or means of living; BIO'5, 0. a bow.

the course (f life: lifetime. II. : one's living, livelihood.

;

I am uronged
to force a

-€€?,
f.

i's,

ifiios,

(€)
to live,

robbing of

life

or

Dep., with aor.

I

med.

means.

[

pf. pass,
;

:

atrrov to

man, do oneself

-, , (€) , ()
II.

pass, in

a way of

livelihood.

subsist;

,

,

{5,
$,

also

) ,
{)
one
older

I

\

forcible, violent
2.

§, 5. $, \9.
.

-|5, «, {5,
lent

Adv. oi

force, constrain

, ., , . , , , .. . . , . , , () (, , , -, () ^, , 5, . , , ,, , (. , 05, ,, () () , ,, . 05, , , . ,

,
:

-)?, ,
man.

6,

.

6,

=
:

pen",

— Med.,
:

!. —
:

) ()

violence.

by force, perforce.

\

supplying the necessaries
j

who

uses force, a vio-

I

pily

,€ $—:
-€$,
f.
:

, 5, ,
\.(,
:

Tivos to live by a thin».

«>, ,

$, ,=!.

Lat.

,

((

=

. Dim.

,

aor. 2 part, of
(s,

aor. 2

perat,

{5,

, ) ).; : (: .;
{)
of
scant living.
life.

life

,
^;.
:

$.
means of
stingy, sparing.
aor. I
;

:

(5,

later

(as if

from

a verb

, sing,

im-

$\}\)].•,

part.

Lat. vivo)

to live,

esp. to live

hap-

Pass.,

one

lives,

Lat. vivitur.

.

\

3 plur. pres. and imperf.

form of

to

med. of

i.

to force,

treat with violence

also to overreach, defraud,
:

aor.

I

to be

to

=

scroll

in

a book-case: library. TO, Dim. of a paper, scroll. 6, a bookseller. 77. the inner bark of the papyrus. II. the paper made of this bark : hence a paper, book.
77,

».—
2
:

aor.

consume

, , , . ()(, , () 5 (, ) , . , , ', ) , . , -, , , , '2,, ' : : , ) : ) (:
f.

Pass, he cheated us of our pay constrained or overpowered. Att. Causal of to make
part. pres.

j

j

sible to live.

go

up,

lift

up, exalt.

I

formed

as if

from

a verb

'.

=

!

alive

, ,
inf.
:

for

3

pi. pres.

med.

opt. of

aor. 2

med.

opt. of

of

to be lived, tvortb living, pos-

eccs,

,

a living, manner of

life.

2

Dep., causal of sing. Ep. aor. I

to quicken,

make
II.

part. pres. of a verb

.

fit for life, lively.
to be lived,

to

stnde ;

\ong-striding.
;

'

of or pertaining to

life.

poet.

to take

coUat form oi huge strides ; part, TO, Dim. of

to stride

,

=

worth living for.
aor.
2

\

3 sing, imperat. aor. 2 oi

so also

.

a

little

book or
hii

.

for

3

pi.

pass,

of

ohos,

,

Biblian wine, from Biblis, a

,

,

hurtful, noxious.
:

Thrace.

,

hurt,

harm, damage

'02.
I

,

\05,

rut.

perf.

Pass., fut.
pf.

, ,

, ',
:

c.

gen. to eat of n thing.

Att. fut. of

. BI"K05,
6,

contr.

part, of 3 sing. aor. I med. of an earthen nnne-vessel.
illicit

from

^-t<lyrr],

-5, (, -5, ,,(3. ,
colre, of

poet, for

. . ,.(. $) 5. () , . . ', . ',. . ) ) *. (, , (
part.

(5,
:

aor. I

aor.

=^;,^. 5, ,= 20'2, ,
€os contr. ovs,

an action_/br datnage done. aor. 2 pass. inf. oi fut. 2 of only in 3 sing,

hurt,

,

having

the legs bent

damage. inwards

by syncop.
eat up,

generally, crooked.

fiit.

3

:

to eat,

gnaw,

active, sluggiih.

intercourse, opp. to the giver of life or food.
life-giving, bounteous,

2,

aor.

€ ; ,
(

,

slackness, sloth, stupidity.

,,
es,

to he slack, lazy, indolent.

indolent, stupid.

Adv.

-$.

eTuos) lazy, sluggish.

6,

,

(akin to

lazy, in-

Irreg

Ccmp.
:

or

:

fat.

or

aor.

pf.

Pass., fut. 2

fut•

fut.

med,

used as pass.:
[d]
:

1

more

usu. aor. 2

pf.


:


to binder,

;

weaken, stop;

c.

gen. to bin-

lead.

aor.

grow.

5)
fanely.
to

ing, blasphemy.

fanely.

kind of slippers or sandals, Lat. soleae.

. . , . , {) {, ) , 3, -, . €, €€, {) (€ €( {) , (,. , ), , ,
of
aor.
I

, (, {) , , , , € ', «, $. , ), ', 5, , , .. 5, , $,
der

from;

its

last

course;
3. to

branches.

2.

arrested in caught in the kv of the mind, to blind, deceive, misaor. 2
later
:

barm, damage, burt, mar.
:

fut.

I

;

pf.

or

-.—to bud, sprout

:

generally, to burstforth,

,=

a bud, sprout,

leaf.

increase, growth.

20'2, ,
:

5, , and
f.
:

6,

=

bud, shoot, sucker, Lat. germen.
pf.
:

. . .. , €5, , {) . , () .,
shot,

,, €5,
.

, ,
wound.


131
2.

, {)
fut.

3 pass, of

throw, cast,

a

3.

coverlet.

,

ov, Ep. aor. 2 pass. part, of

aor. 2 inf. of

;

II.

05, , , ,
,

Ep. aor. 2 pass. inf. of Ep. fut. of , ov, verb. Adj. of one must throw. 3 sing. Ep. aor. 2 pass, of

)3;.

^),/

be thrown.

2.

burled, struck.
nail.


:

(pro-

fut.

an iron Dep.
:

:

2. to

defame

profane words, speak prospeak ill or to the prejudice of one, Hence to blaspheme.
to

drop

of sheep and goats. a bleating children, Lat. vagitus.

{) —
:
:

to bleat,

:

generally, the wailing of

05, , ,
:

,

profane language.

2. evil-speak-

euphon.,

ov,

{,

3,
.

weak, feeble, sluggish : also with Adv. -pws, slightly.
:

ace.

speaking

Dor.

pennyroyal.
i.

Hence

2.

evil-speaking, slanderous.

,

mostly

in plur.

,,

ov,

prepared with pennyroyal.
:

a

, Dim.
77,

Ion.

to

cut

out the

comb of

bees,

pass. part, oi

Dor. for Ep. for
ecfs,

aor. I of

a harming, hurting.

ov,

gen. ovos,

mad-

dening.

2 sing.

and , bubbling up. madly. (5, poet, for 3 sing. opt. aor. I of Ep. aor. 2 med. opt. of thing; to vaunt or be proud of f. [], to bubble, spout, or gush exulting in his strength. look, glance : the eye. forth: hence to be full, to be haughty. a aTos,
2.

mad: Adv.

,

, , €€, . , ,
f.

from grim, stern: manly, valiant, or coarse, rough.

(From

-,5, $, , {, ) ',
[]
:

02'0'5,

with

added, as

,

,

: : .)
aor
to

Ion.

<»,

take the honey.
also

aor.

1

Hence

,.
grim-looking,

burly,

=

,

€'€,
aor.

Pass.,
see
:

sour or bitter look. direction, to turn towards
a
III.


to

', ( : :— , ^,, ,,
,
I

Dor, for

, €'08, , ,
,
f.

a look. verb. Adj. oi

=

,
:

>05, , ,
:

aor. 2

med.

{)
(for

subj. at

sbooiing up, high grow-

one must look.

ing, of trees.

of

for

sight.

(tenses

formed from Root
(cf.

;

seen,

worth seeing.
:

From
:

aor. 2

aor. 1

pf.

pov)

pf.

, ^), '),

to
f.
:

.
77,

come

pf.

to look on, look at

:

also c. ace,
;

",
e.

to look,

or go.

look fury, terror
to

in

Comedy,
i.

look cress, mustard,
II.

to

have

a

to look in a particular
;

:

esp. of aspects

>5

-5, , {$, $. -5, , {)
Dor. for

TO, a shield of

5,

south.
(paos,

to see the light,

hence, to

live.

house looking towards the with or without IV. to look and long after

screaming,

a thing, c. inf. beware of a thing.
TO,

€$, 5, () . cdpov,
an
:

the eyes

vvKTos
of

. 6$,

5, ,, ,
eyelash.

2. to take care of, look to or to

f

aor.

From
II.
i.

aor ...
in plur.
I

an

eyelid.

eye of day,

e.

the sun

{) :—
^

, ){) -8, , , , -, , : ,.. €•.— ( .:^ : .:
shriek, cry
tSos,
:

wild bults bide. aypios) a wild bull.

From

a loud strain.
crying,

ov,

,

fem.

a]

.

, {5,
3 1•
pf.

an

ox-stall.

Ep. 3 sing,
Att.

part.^ooar:

Ion. contr.

Ion.

'^1^.,

^-/?»/ :— Pass.,

aor.

pf.

\.
:

utter

i.

e.

for

the moon. Ep. aor. 2 pass, subj

aor. I pass, part, of

.

of

things, to

from joy or grief, thunder, roar, bowl: to echo.
cry

to sbout:

^^•
to call to

trans., c. ace. pers. to call to one, call 2. to demand in a loud voice. aid.

on

3. to

none

abroad, proclaim.

Fa

132

£$,

77»

wagons drawn by oxen.
poeios or of ox-hide:

, ^

»', (jSoCs)

of or for oxen;

,

ov,

or

() (,
v.

an ox-hide, a

shield of ox-hide.
0, (/Sous)

,
=

^oevs, (0$,

,

contr.

from

(,

a thong or cord of ox-leather.

battle-cry, the battle itself;

battle-cry or in battle :

haste to help, succour.

were celebrated, in memory of the conquest of the Amazons by Theseus answering to the latter half of September and beginning of October. ov, running to aid: as
the
;

, -,
Ion.

^ -, {$)
{$,
wvos,
f.

BOH',

,

a

cry, shout,

whether of joy or grief: the ayaOos good at the also of the roar of the sea. II.

€ .{) ^ , , , , {) ,, . , 5, {)) . ^ -,

; :

of an ox or of oxen,
(sub.

contr.

),

a throw, stroke, the wound of a mis.•— nietaph. a glance : sun-beams. f. to heave the lead, sound. anything thrown, a missile the sounding-lead. II. a cast of the dice.
sile

,

, {$) 5,
,

,

ov,

of cow-dung. From cow-dung.
Aeol. for

and

dice.

aid called for, succour. is, yeveaOai) born of an ox. to run on hearing a cry,

the thing

, the third Attic month, in which

to

Subst. a helper.

an auxiliary force.
cour,

warlike ;

,

stealing.

From

er.

shouting

trench, Lat. puteus.

one of the chief magistrates of Boeotia. Hence , the office of Boeotarch. 17, Boeotia, so called from its rich cattlepastures.

be heavy, dull

with the Boeotians.
TO,

, , ) 5. , , {, ) , . , -5, -, , ^ ,
ov,

-8, {, $) , () (, , {) €, , 05, ,{,{) -8, ()

, .
an

help, aid, rescue, support.

II.

sound, humming, buzzing.

to assist, suc-

humming

come

to the rescue.

verb. Adj. one

Hence must

assist.

05, ,

ready or able to help. hasting to the battle-shout, a chariot hasting to the battle.

contr.

from

6$

:

as Subst.,

$,

assistant, auxiliary, ally.
17,

a driving of oxen, cattle-lifting, cattleII. a place where oxen feed, a pasture.

-5, = -5, () 5, 5,
ov,

,

fern,

ihos,

, {$,

stirrer,

one that drives away oxen, a cattle-stealII.

drover.

ov,

ov,

,

a

crier.

€cus.

0'02,
TO,

:

esp.

vos, a crying, a cry for assistance. , a pit or hole dug in the ground, a

Ion.

,

{)

5, 8.
,=
TO,
f.

8,
or ox.

Boppds, the North wind: more strictly, the wind from NNE., Aquilo. II. the North, towards the North ; vpos rivos northward of a place. Bopeds, . Ion. Bopcids, poet. Bopeias, Boa Boread, daughter of Boreas. II. fem.
Att.
:

-,-,) -, ,. . ) ', 6-0%,,{$, ) 0'002, -|5, {, ) -$,, {, 5, 2, ^$,
= $. -5, ,,,,{$, -5, , {$, =
vKos,
the silk-worm.
etc.,

, , , ,
f.

BO'MBOS, ,
insect,

€9, (,, {) {)
sound deep or hollow
iv,
:

, {)5 -, {$) ) {$, (, , ,
,
, ,
Aeol. for
to to

{,

the rattling

of the

a throw with a casting-net : also caught ; a draught of fishes. II. a throw with dice. a bagpiper.
pi.

3

of

ov,

make a humming noise, hum, buzz. buzzing, humming. a buzzer, hummer.
any deep hollow
a btizzing or

.

Lat.

BOMBUS,

,

(Formed from the sound.)

, and a humble

,

{)

bee.

slaying of oxen.
slaying of oxen.'

/3;-.

for

, food,

meat.

,

slime,

mud, mire,

muddy-minded. Lat. coenum.

,

mud-

mud-lark.

6S,

elSos) miry, slimy.

;

Ion.

contr.

ca;

^ ,
01,

Adj. northern.

Dim. of Dim. of
ov, 0,

8, a young cow
be

Bopcios,

a, ov, also os, ov, {Bofiias)

belonging

to the

North wind, northern.

57^0;, to

a Boeotarch. From a Boeotarch,

,

Hence
and
:

({|,
Dim. of
(s,

to be like

a Boeotian
II.

:

to

to

speak Boeotian.

-8, , {,-) '2,
05,
,,
,
a Boeotian.
Lat.

BULBUS,

food, fodder. Ep. 3 sing. impf. of a little Boeotian. or food, fodder. aros, ofBoeotian work. that which is fed or fatted, cattle : a herd of cattle sheep. II. food, a bulb, bulbous root. verb. Adj. of one must feed.
fojs, 17,

to side

,

€5, 5,

Boppaios, , ov, or os, ov, — Bopaos. Boppds, a, 0, Att. for Boptas.

3, , = Bopeas. 05, , , {) devouring, gluttonous.
unknown Libyan

65,,, , = 8,

Bopeas.

ov. Ion. for Bopeios.

,, . , ,
{) , {) . {)

animals.

:

—Act. of the
to

BCSKil,
pasture,

, ,
i, the feeder or fut.

herd ef the cattle. as if from obsol.

$ €. -5,

:

:

:

:

From

fices

nourish,

herdsman, Lat. pascere, to feed, drive Pass., of support, maintain

cattle, Lat. pasci, to feed,

graz^.

Boa-iroptos, a, ov, of the Bosphorus. -iropos, 0, (/Sous, tropos) Bosphorus, i. e. ox-ford, name of several straits, esp, the Thraciaii and Cim-

merian,

curl or lock of hair poet., anything twisted or wreathed, as a flash of lightning, the tendril of a vine.
:

watcher of a herdsman's dog.

, 5., , () , , () , () ^, ,
horses, because

$,

0'505,
(,

, Dim.
6,

6,

=

6$,
of
in

plur.

also

,

a

-$, (() «$, €, , (5)
Wordsw. Gk. Gr.
p.

($,

-€$, ,

$, ()
:

ov,

(5,
gen.

)
one

133
of or belonging to sacrioxen.

sacrificial.

,

K(pas) horned like an ox

, ,
who ploughs with

ace.

pi.

for the accent see

140.

ov,

bull-headed: epith. of
bull's

branded with a

head

:

Maced.

gen. a,

name of

the horse of Alexander

the Great.
to

,

to tend cattle f. Med. II. metaph. to graze, range over the pasture. delude, beguile: Med., I feed myself on hopes, cheat myself with them.

pastures.

clusters.

, , .
TO,
;

,

pasture, grass, fodder.

a byre,

rjpos,

,

herdsman, herd;
soothsayer
:

birds,

kvojv

write pastorals.

5, ($) ) -5, (, €$, (, ($)
,
ov,

Adv.

() ($)
,
ov,
(v,

, () of

or for a herdsman,

of pastorals.

anything that is fed, a beast. like a bunch of grapes, in

Dor. \os) rustic, pastoral: pastoral poetry. Dor.

of grapes.
grape-producing.
nais) child of
clustering.

the grape.

ing hair racemus.

-, -,
BO'TPTS,

-naihos,

or with grapes in one's hair.
vos, 0,

65, , = -5,

.

-5,
-,

grapes.

something monstrous,

we say

Subst.,

unnatural
misery.

, )) -, )
«s,

. (,
ov,

($, , ($,
, ,

)
like

with cluster-

a cluster or bunch of grapes, Lat. = a curl.
ildos) like curls, curly.

$, $,
ilbos)
e. g.

Lat. auctor consilii.

-$, , -5, , (5, = $, , $, () = $, () -5, , (, )
herd of cattle.
:

cil

cs,

a form of

$

($,
,
an

a cluster of

used in compos, to express

•$, -'$

counsel.

;

as

horse-chestnut, horse-radish, etc.
105,

-, , $,
-5, -5,
ov,

antelope.

, Lat. bubalus, a buffalo. feeding cattle , ($, , a cowherd.

€,
to the

, , , , , , ,
,
ox-stall.

(\$) a herd of
Hence
Dor.

Hence
ov,

, Dor.

-, -,
f.

,

.

, -)
,

,
From

cattle.

II.

to sing or

a singer or maker

, (•

(sc.

Lat. colo) a cowherd

herdsman.

Dor.

<5,

ov,

of or in the Council. the adviser of a plan,

.
Hence

and obsol.

«'

,

-, , (() a decree of

(()
,

the office of counsellor. the Coun-

:

generally, a resolution, plan, design.

€5, €6,

. Dim.
,=

iojs,

verb. Adj. of

()
of

:

as

',

,
,
-,

(5,
:

grazed by

cattle.

ecus,

, (-,

appetite

a ravenous metaph. grinding poverty or
the groin, Lat. inguen.

a Council-chamber, court-house. a councillor, one who ov, sits in Council. II. a counsellor, adviser. Hence Counof or for the Council or cillor ; opKos the oath taken by the counin the Athecillors. 2. as Subst., TO nian theatre, the seats next the orchestra, belonging

€\-5, for , €\5, , (()
ov, fit

ijpos,

(5.
counsel.

. ,
:

deliberation.

one must take

II. as

Subst.

€\05, , ,

ujvos,

,

Hence

able to advise.

-5, , (-, () -5, (5,
ov,
II.

to suffer from swollen groins.

yaiw) a braggart, bully, [a] flaying oxen : gall-

ing.

as Subst.
(/Sois,

h,

summer-feeding.

-5,,,

)

€, :
aor.
I

€08, , ,
f.
: :

a knife for flaying. giving summer pasture

,

($,
From

sacrifice of oxen.

)
oxen
:

pf.
:

sense

. ((
Council of 500.
pf.

II.

of or for a counsellor,

devised, plotted.


:

— M«d.,

From

Pass., aor. I
is

-((^:
fut.

but

fut.

med.

also used in pass,

;

and

aor. i

and

pf. pass, in

med.

sense,

()

.•

to take counsel, consider

in past tenses, to

have con-

beef-eater.

sidered, and so to determine or resolve

From
generally, to sacri-

Med.
to be

to take counsel with
:

to slay, sacrifice

the Act.

fice or slaughter.

Pass, to be determined or resolved on. a member qf the Council : to give counsel.

oneself,

upon a thing and so much like

IL


134

silium

,
:

—a

57.

project, plan, intention.

()
er,


will, determination, Lat. con2.

counsel,

II. also like advice, whether taken or given. Lat. concilium, the Council or Senate, esp. that of the

500

(\(•-)

he willed victory to the Trojans, or in bpi^ai. BouAct or the subj. adds force to the demand,

($
first

',, - ^
5,
:

() , ,,) () ,, . -5, -, ,
Ep. for

, 5, ,
fut.
:

., ^ " ,

:

(

ini

kmfiaivd, like vs

of people

who keep

silence

from some

at Athens.

«,

turning like Adv. oxen in ploughing : of the early Greek manner of a willing: will, purpose writing, which went from left to right, and right to €$,, left alternately. So Solon's Laws were written. fut. of ov, ox-guiding : as counselling, advising. ravenous hunger. Hence Subst. an ox-goad. to slaughter oxen. f. to suffer from ravenous hunger. los, a night bird. = ov, ov, , a cow-herd, herdsman. impf. Alt. also
part. aor.

aros,

,

,. ()
i

2 sing. subj.

of

.

weighty reason, from the notion of a heavy body keeping down the tongue. contr. from ace. pi. of foreg.

of good counsel, sage.
a
will,

of

purpose.

-, -,
$,
ov,
f.

,

$,

(/SoCs,

-is, ecus, if,

= foreg.

($,

,

(-,) () \€$.
:

:

aor. I

(, - ,
Att. also

usu. c. inf., but also

would you have me
the

that offers, any one that likes. have rather, choose, prefer, mostly with
iyaJ

host were saved than
ov,

evening

evening, at eventide.

-$, -$,
boy.
2.

,
:

-05, , ($, '^) ($)
(, grazed
ov, ov,

, ( ', , (, ) , ^
:

pf.

in

compos,

also

med.

Dep.

:

to will, wish,

c. dat.,

(^

be willing:

-(, ($, $, ($) , -$, , () ^) <, ($,,
(sub. upa),

-5,
From

($,

) )
)

) )
an

ox-stall.

ox-eating.
to slaughter oxen.

a festival with sacrifices of
ox-sacrificing.
to tend cattle.
2.

oxen.

\€€,
, as,

tell

;

($,


full,

-$, (, $)
ov,
f.

with at which oxen are slain.

Lat. quivis,
II.

to

-$,
in

(^,

)

had rather the

lost.

strife-desiring.

-05, (,
,

unyoking the oxen, \y\. From the time for unyoking oxen, <5, Homer only as Adv., towards
ov, fit for

)

-$, , {$, (-, -5, (5, $) -5, (5, 05) -8,
,
a herdsman.
ov,
(S,

,, ($) ,

a herd of oxen.

From

ov,

for sacrifice.

by cattle

of grazing oxen.

4. 281.

-, (, ) -65, ($ -$, ) , , , , , ,
Tjyos,

) -3,

-, -,
-,
B0T"2,
Ep.
poet,
in

-, ,
BOTNO'5, ,
a
rich in cattle.
ivos,

hill,

,

of bees, born of the ox; see Virg. Georg.
6<ws, o,

,

ov, gen. ovos,

ov,

(5, , , ($,
ox.

an axe for felling an
ov,

,

($,

, $ () - , ) , ) 5, )
;

)^
-,

cow-milking. dweller on hills.
cattle-feeding.
II.

full eyes.

herds

a

mound.

presidency of the

, () ,
€,
f.

-5, , , ($, -'5, , (, )
idos,
17^0;, to

contr. part, oi

) .
)
:
:

ox-feeding

as Subst.

with a great load. holding an ox.
gen.
pi.

rich in fodder.
2.

of

%.

one

who buys oxen
i.

ox-eyed,

e.

with large,

ov,

,

(&)

From plough. a ploughman.

II.

Bootes,

name of

the constellation Arcturus.

,

(-,

nais) a big, lubberly

BPA'BET'S, €$,
:

, (() a
the judge

games

the office of judge or umpire, generally, arbitration.

prize in the games.

Att. ace. sing,

plur.

who assigned

,

nom.
:

the prizes at

($,

hard-struggling. pf. of

the gatnes

:

generally, a judge, arbitrator, ufnpire

a

chief, leader.

f.

, (($)
,

ox-goading. an ox-goad^

to arbitrate, direct,

to be a judge or umpire: govern. a kind of plum or sloe.

a herdsman.

ox-piercing ;

a spit that ov,

would

spit

(5,
gen.

a whole ox. with theface of an ox.
also poet,
: :

OT ": gen.

poet, also
:

pUir.,

nom.

$,
:

ace.

rarely contr.

rarely contr.
:

rarely

an ox;

plur.

cattle.

— a bullock or cow, . $, , a shield
proverb.,
tnl

dat.

. 5, . , () 5, () ,
17,

BBATX02, , hoarseness, , , hoarse.

$,

the tree which bears sore throat.

.

Hence

505, , , Aeol.
[],
(OS,
f.

Adv. of

$,

slowly.

for paBivos.

poet.

Comp. and

Sup. of

,

slowness.
to

layed.

II.

intrans. to be

Pass, to be dedelay : slow about a thing
:

covered

wi.'h

ox-hide.

III.

Med.

to be slow, to loiter.

:

sion,

, 5 -,
,
slow offoot.
tath.

-, , , -, , (5 '2,
(S,

,-^,
slow

(0paSvs,

€)

ab^€ris—
slow of persuato sail slowly.

believe.
f.

(Ppabvs,

j),

,

\()

gen.

(fipabvs, itovs)

(, €,
siriciput.

. 5, ) -, {)
ov,


135

*BPA'Xil, only

( withfeiv leaves. used in 3 sing. aor. 2 or to rattle, clash, ring, roar. OTOS, the top of the head, Lat.

,

€5,
: :

eia,

:

Comp.

Sup.

shake violently, to throw up, of the sea Pass, to boil up. stft grain
:

, . ( (: . ,. . ,
running of time,

[] and poet. and by metath. slow, heavy; OeUiv slowest at II. metaph. s/ott/ of understanding, slow.
poet, also
(s,

$,
:

by poet, me:

late.

$,
:

fJTOs,

($, (\$) slow of , {$)

foot.

TO, Aeol. for
I

$,

slowness

:

dullness.

a rich female garment.
f.

fipaaOeis, aor,

'22,

pass. part, of

Att.

[Si]

:

aor.
:

Pass., aor. i

pf.

I

sound to imitate the croaking of frogs. only used in pres. and impf., the Lat. FREMO, to roar, of the wave or wind to clash, of arms; to roar, clamour, of a crowd. Also in Med. 6, an unknown water-bird, of stately II. arrogance. bearing hence Hence Dep., only used in pres. and impf., to be of a proud carriage, hold one's head high, swagger. «us, a wetting. BPE'TA2, TO, gen. nom. pi. a wooden image of a god.

€€€, BPETVin,
:

,
€^$,
'.

;

'02,

,

{()
the

($,

,
I

to

:

to

winnow

or

, , $, ) -, \$ $ {,
see

Comp. and

small understanding.
ov,

way.

few words.

for a short distance
shortly,

,, , , , -, , ) -$, , $ , ,5 , , (, : ( , ( - ,, , -5, 5 ) -5, )
3($, Adv. of
ovos, 6,

€,

ov, gen. ovos, poet.

Comp. of
of

'02, (. -. €05. ((
,= BPE'Xn,
f.

(OS, TO, the child utiborn, Lat. foetus,

=

(,

aor.

2

eV, aor. 2 pass. part,

ov, gen. ovos, [Ion.

Sup. of

5, {8) $.

Oil

the surface,

(
II.
:

new-born babe, whelp or cub.
i

aor.

:— Pass.,

[]

:

pf.

moisten, sprinkle, opp. to
2.

(^((^67 —
aor.
:

to

wet
:

shortly.

Pass, to be wetted or drenched.

impers.

((,

the

arm, Lat. brachium. []
X,

like

vu, Lat.

pluit, it rains.

Att. t],

BPI-, [],

insepar.

intensive Prefix,

whence come

contr. ios, t6, plur. shallow, stagnant pools, Lat. brevia et syrtes.
ov,

(-

€$, , «^,
gods, but by
fut.

paps.

a hundred-handed giant, so called

with few clods, a narrow piece of land.

$)

by the

men Aegaeon.

[In Ep., trisyll.

Bpiap'ojs.]

ov, gen. ovos,

{pavs,

')

of

strong. , . Ion. €05, , , (-) to strengthen, to make strong.
to

()

II.

{$, $) running a
From
From

intr. to be strong.

short

-5,
f.

,

brevity in speech.

ov,

()3$, \€^)
to

short in speech, of

-8, ,() {-, 5, , ($)
ov,
(OS, TO,

nod, slumber, sleep. loud shouting.
weight.
weight, heaviness.

BPA'XT'S,
:

,

-voos, ov,

€ia,

make short. Comp. V
:

Sup.

and

and Time, short ; of Number and Degree, few,
a
little,

5•.— - 3, (, ,—() ((:
ful.

(5,
Ep.

voos) grave-minded, thought-

and

weighty, heavy.
inf.

of Space
little

f.

aor.

I

a short time or distance;
;

«

perf.

:

to be heavy, to
:

little

by

little

;

iv

briefly
;

;

Strl

in

few words,

Med., heavy laden with a thing (pis a poppy laden with fruit for weighty strife. 2. of men,
;

be weighed

down

Ep.

or

to out-

Lat. brevibus, paucis

or tv

weigh, prevail
II.

:

to be superior in the fight, to be

mas-

Lat.

quam

ov,

-€8,

dart with
fs,

a small contribution.
-TOvos, ov,

necked.

deficiency.

-, () 5,
ov, ov,
j/tos,
77,

($, 5) (5, (5) (5, {5,€) {5, \$)
brevissime.
:

ter.

trans, to load, press.

and

Dep. to snort with anger,

a

short, small head.

he wrathful, furious.

short-legged.

bringing

reaching a short way.
short-

shortness

:

scantiness,

= /€<$,
6,

(, , ^, $, 5,
(s,

--$, (, BP0TX02,
ov,
0, the

(Formed from the sound.)

-€8,

ov, 6,

(5, ')

giving a

-,(() $,

loading the car. windpipe, trachea. = to buzz, hum, of gnats. From Dep. to revel like Bacchus. hence roaring, boisterous : a, ov, 2. the boisterous god, a name of Bacchus.

(os)

Bacchic.

{65,
Lz.t.

eiSos; Bacchic. fremitus, any loud noise or

short or scant light.

[]

roaring, as of

fire, etc.

136

, () () , , () , $, () •-€\5, %, () , () , , 5. 5. $, ($) , () ') -, '02, 5, , ) $ ,., -, (, , , ) ) , , -5, , . . -, ) €, -8, (, , () . () , , () , () £, , , , () , (, ) , .() -, (,(, (, , () , () -^5, -, () ) \$, €) ', , ) "•-6, . ,, , -€8, ,, -., ) , , ,
From thunders, Lat. tonat. Tj, thtmder.
with thunder, astonishment.
:

the Cyclopes,

thunder and lightning.
€s,

mortal, hitman.

man

,
voice,

, ', {) , ()(, -, (,, , ) -,
f.

-,

thunder:
II.

-—. , ,
impers.,
it


mostly
to

:

:

the state

of one struck

ivitb.

,,

$, ,
who

thunder-clap.

Thunderer, name of one of forged the bolts of Zeus. Kepavvos) sending ov,
tldos) thundering.

to

,(

in

pres,

be full

and impf. rare in fut. of anything, swell or teem
;

II. trans, to

aros,

,

cause to burst forth.
that which
:

is
:

eaten, food.
:

aor.

I

Dep.

bray

like

an

ass, Lat. rudere.

,

ov,

($)

i=

food.

eatable, solid.

($,

,

meat, opp. to voaii
eater, devourer.

ov, also a, ov, Ep.

— So
ov,

($,

also

£$,, ,

(drink).

II.

an eating

into, corrosion, rust.

ov,

5, ,

ov.

()05, ,

trampling on men.

,=

,

an

verb. Adj. of

eatable

,
f.

gen. vos,

($,

with hu-

of a parrot.

(,

ev,

-KTOvos, ov,

Xoiyos) bane of men. BPOTO'2, 0, a mortal, man, opp. to or ieos : as Adj. mortal. BFO'TOS, o, blood from a wound, gore.
ov,

,

(6$) bloody, gory. to murder men. From man-slaying. (6$,

$, , ,, , the

Ion. for

made of byblus.

coats

fibres, of
at,

Egyptian papyrus. II. its which were made ropes, paper, etc. leaves of byblus; hence, a book: also in

pi.

($) ,$,, ($)
f.

Adv.

()

[]

close-pressed, closely, thickly.
to sink in the deep,

immerse.
II,

ov,

in the deep, sunken, deep.

($,

of the deep;

(sub.

water-animals,

watching men.
II.

poro-Jy^i\^,(s,(os,^rfe) man-hating.
hated by men.
is,

pass,

men.

ov,

€05, ,

man-destroying. to stain with gore. a wetting, rain.

($, ($,

''2, ,, ()
ov, ov, 6,

i5os,

,=$.
a hide.

[]

the depth, the deeps of the sea.

masc. Adj. blustering: Ep. gen.

(peyyos) giving light to

pi.

Att. for
17,

BT'P2A

the skin stripped off,

name

-aieTOs, 6, aieros) leather-eagle, nickof Cleon the tanner.

Aeol. for

$, ,
f.

a tanner.

From

BPCXeOS, ,
BPO'XOS,

6, the throat.

to dress hides, tan.

an ink-horn.

a noose or slip-knot, for hanging or strangling ; a snare for birds ; the mesh of a net. *BPO'Xfl, aor. I to gulp down : cp. ava0,

, a leathern , ov,
f.

thong. []

Fem. from

made of skin

or leather.

\Jpohf^\i, From

to dress hides, be

a tanner.

-€|/5,

ov, 6,

a tanner.

to

Adv.

teem with plenty, overflow. snarling or with clenched

ovos, o,

aayv)
a
ov,

the

leather-Paphlagonian, nickname of Cleon.
ov, 6,

teeth.

leather-seller.

6,

a snarling, biting
:

:

a grinding
Cf.

$,

and

-Tovos,

or gnashing of teeth.
f.

with skin or leather stretched over.

, ,)
[]

^

:

aor. i

to bite,

devour.

,

ov,

=

(€,

($,

made offine
to

linen.

build in

the

V. sq.

deeps

:

eliTfiv

to cry for drink.

hence to meditate deeply. Adv. from the bottom.

($)
:

only in ace.
fut.

the depth

of the
I

sea.

ov, 6,

($,
I

measuring
sea.

howl, bellow, Lat. rugire. Hence aTos, a roaring : and

, 9,
:

med.
:

aor.

pass,

the deeps.

Ep.

pf.

(so

Dep.

:

(): —

from

to

roar,

,

ov,

ov,

sea,

a bellower, howler. also a, ov, (fipv^)from the depths of the an echo from the deep, [y]
:

,

BI*T'Xn,
1

fut.
:

—the same

aor. 2
as

' .
[]

:— Pass., aor.

-, ($, ) $ ' , $ . , (. .
,—
the depth or bottom

of the

BT'5202, , fine flax
ov,
f.

fine linen. deep-thinking.
:

[]

:

aor.
:

Pass., aor.

I

:

pf.

to stuff full ;
;

(•

stuffed full of
tip

spun-work

noyy

bunged

aor. 2 act.

with sponge. subj. of

Ion. contr. for

I

a clod of earth. TO, Dim. of a clod. 77, Lat. GLEBA, a clod of earth: a piece of land, ground, soil : generally, a lump or mass of anything : so even of the sun.
aKos,

,

, -, , ,. , $,, {)
,
Dor. for

:

:

Dor. for Dor. for

-. -.
clods,

—€.
ground,

137

or at the altar. a step. aros, to, a ribald Jest. From Dep. to practice coarse buffoonery, indulge in ribald jests. From

,
$, $, ,
beggar
:

|, ^^,

,

except in late Poets), like ala, poet, for 7^, earth, soil: one's country. ov. Dor. for 70(170x0».

, — \$,

forming

of rich loam.

\$,

5, €8, , -5,

,

«s,

poet, for

yy(vs.
poet, for

ov, (yaia)

ov, {yaia,

-5, ,$, ,

ov, (fiw\os,

ov, also os, ov,

Dim. of

-65,

ov,

(6$,

altars, for the scraps that

) $ )
:

{$) on

clod-breaking.

upholding, earth-surrounding, epith. of Poseidon of other gods, protecting a country. ov. Dor. for 777*05, on land. only used in partic, KUdd' yaiajv exulting in
his strength.

)

sprung from Earth.

yovos,

earth:

gen. yaXaKTOs, pears in gen. ya-\aK-Tos),

, ',
5,
77,

,

milk.

(Lat.

LAC

ap-

ItirMng about the could be got there, a starve-

milk.

ling,

hence a low flatterer, ribald jester,

buffoon.

$, , {)
Ep. for
contr. for

pass, of TTtVo;)

any raised placefor standing on, a

stand, Lat. suggestus: a raised placefor sacriflcing, an altar; later also funeral mound, cairn, Lit. tumulus.

of heroes, [d]

1

as

, , () , . , -€, . . -€, {, ) , , ,
,
ace. of

$:
aor.

also contr. gen. plur.
part, of

i

3 plur. aor. 2 subj. of to call on, to call to aid.

Dor. for

. , , 5,
€05, ,
ya\vv
rally,

polecat, Lat. mustela.

,

man-feeding, nurse

opos, b,

=

a herdsman.

the sea, in neut.

,, , ', , ,
$, contr,
,
6v, cheerfid.

-, -, ,. , ,
ov,
e's,

05, , 5,

(ya\a) sucking, infant.
(ya\a, rrayijvai)
like

ov, milky, milk-white.

curdled

ov, 0, (ya\a, a milk-drinker. Dor. for

iri-iroTai,

3 sing. pf.

yav, yaK^os.
rjs,

,

the

marten cat or

Adv. -pis. (yaXiy) a kind of spotted lizard.

contr, for
a, ov,

ya\i.
^,

= yavs:

Dor.

= sq.

,

stillness

€\avveiv to sail calm, tranquillity. Hence

of wind and wave, calm, through the calm : gene-

, (yav)
pi.,

Ep. part.

fern,

yava,
still,
:

calm,

to be calm. serene: esp. of
I

ya\v

a calm, yaKijv'

see

a calm.

,

,

indecl.,

third letter in Gr. alphabet
:

numeral

y',

=

three, third

but ^7

= 3000. — Before
pronounced
like

the palatals
in ng, as

and before y ayyos dyKos ayxi
v.

£,

y.
.

7

is

For the digamma,

sub

, .
masc.
is

5, -05, -€, -, ^/-. -€, 7, '12,
,
a priest of Cybele
77,

a eunuch.

gen.

gen.

Homer
as ala yaia,

uses

bovvos ySoxhros
is
:

and
for yrj

V, e. g.

In Dor.

^ y\,
also

7

as an aspirate before
:

some words,

so also in Att., before
for 7, as

vicpos yvucpos.

I. a son-in-law. a father-in-law. Aeol, a bridegroom.

Lat, affinis

$,
€. €,
:

7.

yK,
[]

nom, 1. yaXio) Att. a sister-in-law: the corresponding
:

Dor. for

ya, aor,

I

inf,

o(

ya€.

, {ya€)
3.

any connexion by marriage,

in-law.

.
I

2,

in

a brotherDor. and

sometimes put

hvocpos

yvocpos

7

but in Att.,

7/7;

sore ending in mortification.

,,
, .
:

for 7,

y\v
,

for

,
yi]iov

yXicpapov

;

and for

\.
;

also for

,

spouse

Dor. for yi. Dor. and Aeol. for
77,

yrj, earth.

or

aerarium. Dor.

-, ) (,
y6X,a,Ti,the royal treasure: riches.

, {^,

a small round net. ypaivw) a gangrene, an eating
(Persian word.)

,

, (7^,
Ep.

yeya.— Med,, yatoa, Ep. 3 sing, ya€ea, Att. yao• kyv.— Pass., aor. kyav, aor, y€ya (yos). To poet. part, yais
aor. I
fut,

,, «,
«5,
and
fut.
;

Dor. for 'iy(v, 3 sing. aor. 77, fem, of yairs, a wife. ov. Dor. gen.

oi

ya.

yad,

,

a husband,

, a wife. From yai, Att. ya,

lya

later

kya
:

later

ya

:

:

pf.

:

I

i

pf.

:

a treasury, Lat.

marry, to take

,

for

,

gen.

*,

ye.

ayaOov Med. to give

ya

to

wife,

Lat. ducere
a

;

to

marry of

in

good or bad stock. marriage, I, of the woman,• 7o
to

,

e$

.
2.

yats

(but not 7atj; in nom.,

give herself in marriage,

wed, Lat. nubere.

!

138
to

^, ),, '
wife.
^

of the parents, to get their children married, betroth, get a wife for the son or a husband for the III. Pass, to be wedded or taken to daughter.

year, from

, ,
:

^€ , ,


.

Dor. for

y.

gen. yaaripos syncop. yacrpos, dat. plur. yaOTpaai [d], 17: the paunch, belly, Lat. venter; yaev yaoTpi

arcs,
oy,

,

(/')
,

= '$.
bridal,

Lat.

nv.piialis

:

(sub.

a marriage-feast.

taph. appetite, in a bad sense, gluttony. Ion. the belly of a jar, etc.

^,
it

a/vos, 6, the seventh

weddings

because it was the usual time for answered to the end of January and beSee

ginning of February.
f.

ding, Lat. nuptiae.

Subst.

matrimony
riage.

a beast

', =^. -'-, {^, -, '02, -5, (^, , (^, 05) . , ()
-$,
ov,

5, , 6, ,, {^)
(70^0$)

give in marriage. bridal; wedAdv. as at a wedding.
to

an

adulterer.

, ,
:
;

. Dor. for , a wedding,
in pi.

marriage : also wedlock, a marriage-feast, Lat. nuptiae. ov, preparing maral,

.' ) $. )
month of
the

the Attic

to hit

adulterous

:

as

womb,

ship.

, , , -, -€, -, , ,
f.

, ,, -,
or

the hollow of a shield,

^

2. the

to be with child.

womb, meHence
3.

{;, ,
on the
los, 6,

. Dim.
,

,

of yaaTqp, yaoTpiov. (yaarpis) to fill ones belly.
boxing.

XL

belly, a trick in

. Dim.
is,
f.

ov, (yaoTrjp,

pyos) gluttonous. of y p. (yaoTrjp) pot-bellied : a glutton.

(yaaTrjp, fiapiis) heavy with child. (yaoTi]p, to bear in the
(i8os) pot-bellied.

be pregnant.
cs,

)

,

,

(yap,

(yaiXos) of or for a merchant

'2, , v,=ya\s.

round vessel, e. g. a bee-hive : hence jaws of , a round built merchant-vessel, galley.

the beak of a bird.

,

bent, curved, crooked.

yv, (yavos)
[a]
to

Dor. for

yrjv, yatav.

to shine, glitter,
:

gleam :

only used in pres. to bear oneself proudly, pride oneself From ov, also a, ov, (ya) exulting in a thing: to look bright haughty, disdainful : skittish. Hence
Pass, to exult in a thing: to be haughty,

and fresh,
delight,

,, -^^, ,

'02,

Lat. nitere

metaph,

to be cheerful.

60S, TO,brightness,

sheen: beauty, a charm,
:

disdainful.

brighten up, be delighted at a thing. = yavos. arcs,

, ,
et

Hence make bright

or shining

pf.

pass. part.

. ,
,
Dor.

, ,
:

,

a milk-pail

:

a water-bucket : any II. yavKos,

Hence

,

otos,

glad-looking, joyous, Lat. nitidus. Ep. part, of

'.
:

at

any rate ;
often
2.

a subject for boasting. quidem, at least, y' kvdabi \($ at any rate the people
enclitic Particle, Lat.

,

Ep.

fut.

Dep.

:

(yavos)

:

to

here oy(.

Dor. for y1-. yc usu. Conjunction, for, Lat. enim, and like it placed after the first word in a sentence. Its chief

-, . -. -, -, ',
Dor. for

,

Hence

(7
yc

attached to pronouns, €7<«7€, avyt, well then, then, implying unwillingness, y( well, I will go. 3. and indeed, too; and quite right too 4. to strengthen

\$

y1€ov.

[a]

oaths,

VT)

'

I

.

.

y(, with a
II.

word between,

(' €,
usages are
etc.,

I,

to introduce the

reason precedes that of which
;

it is

be rendered by since or as
since

so in parenthesis, as

,

many Achaeans
^v yap

,

reason

:

when
it

the

the reason,

may
yap

ov. Dor. for 704170x0$. Ep. for yiyova, perf. of yyvoa, to have been born, to be, live : pi. 7670^6»', 767:

-, ,
but
:

refers.

even;

against even Amphiaraus' will.

^
:

to which

y(

are dead, etc.;

and, since
II.

Marathon was the
1.

a question, like Lat. nam, Engl, why, what, ris yap ce why who hath sent thee? 2. wish, yap k^6Koio that you might perish! in Homer usu. a\ yap,
or iiOi yap, Lat. utinam, yap would that
Att.

place, etc.

to strengthen

Hence

, '05,, '-, ,
f.

, ,

$(
with.

- ~, .
K(iv [a]
fittest

77/'

7€7,

part, yeyaajs,

like fiifiaajs,

that! so also ttSis

(yapyapa)

to

swarm

Att. for

yayya\, (yapyaXos) to tickle.
a
tickling.

6,

,

a

6,
[a]

tickling, itching,
lots, plenty.

, , . ,
€€,
inf,

€, €€,ya. ^,
pf,
pf.

Dor. for Dor. pf,
of of

$.-, y. yeya
[a]
inf.,
;

for 7€7a€fat,

Dor. 767a-

Att. contr.

y(ys,

pf,

of

of see yiyaa.

yyvoa

see 76700,

heaps,

, 6, 6,
pf. pass, pf. pass, pf.

€€, 6', 66, yp.
pf. pass,

yyvoa.
pf.

of 760>. and Ep. plqpf. of of of

y.
ypfp.

pf.

of

y\.

yo.
and
pass, of

of yiy
fut.

pf, act.

3 pass, of

yp.

with pres. sense, part, yf^ojvws, the other tenses ky(ywv€iv with impf. sense plqpf. or are formed as if from pres. impf. kycyajvew or 7670;yefojvav, Ep. vfvv for (yeywveov, 3 sing, also iyiyoivi aor, I inf. To call or cry ytywvrjaai verb. Adj. yiyviov. re yeyojve so as to be heard, to call aloud; aas as far as be could make himself heard by shouting: c. ace. rei, to call out, proclaim aloud: of things,
perf.
:

•.

€ €, , , - ',
:

: ;

pf.

act.

and

pass,

of

fut.

-€€. y(oa

139
:

aor. I iyi\S.aa, Ep.

lytKaaaa, Dor.

^^'
etc.

•)(,—\{.
;

;

:

'

-

to

6€,

sound, ring,

claim aloud.

€,
ytyv6s,
ytydiS,

verb. Adj. of y€y(DV(, one

must pro-

iyika^a. Pass., aor. I pf. : to laugh, Lat. rideo ; kyeKaacf his heart II. to laugh at, sneer at. laughed within him. tSos, pi. y4\yiSfs or ye\yus = ay\is, a head, clove of garlic, Lat. spica allii. Ep. for yiXoios. laughable, abYcXoios, a, ov, also os, ov, II. humorous, facetious : yt\oia jests. surd. Ep. impf. of part. pres. of y(\ot. Ep. for ytkaovrts. yik6(o, Dor. for yeXuici.

iye\v

:

yeyeaa
:

;

lengthd. pres. for 7€7Cura, to proclaim. 6v, Adj. from part, ytyojvws, (like apapos,
ws, Att. part. pf. of

, , . ,
^,
: :

€5,

(^\)

y(.

€€5,
gen.

76;,
:

poet, for

y(\q)

6v,

from apapojs), loud-spoken, loud-sounding.

yovajs,

the valley of Hinnom, in which the corpses of the worst malefactors were hence as a name for hell-fire, hell. burnt
i.

€, ,
:

yeyaws, see yiyaa. Heb. Gehenna,

,

{yeXaa)
for

yyvoa,

7^-

ter's sake, for

a joke. Lat. ludibrium;
of
it.

e.

-,
^.

yiom-. 6-8, plougher of ,, €($, y(iva, y(voa. med.
etc., v.

(7^,

aor.

I

part, oi

)
,

as Subst.,

a

earth.

veivcai, Ep. for

2 sing. aor. I

subj. of

with a thing:

, , ,
ace.
:

$

y€Kv(s.
Att.
dat.

yiXcori

Ep,

yeKarra Ep. yiXw,
;

in

Att. Poets yiKoji'

laughter, Lat. risus

km ytXwri

yea

II.

for laugha subject of laugh: er, to make a joke

€-'05,

,

buffoonery.

6v, {yiXus,

€, , —
f.

Ep. impf.,
Att.

,

6€5,

exciting laughter: a jester. Ep. part, of load ox freight {ye)

() ,,

From

y€^voa.
aor. I

Pass, to be begotten, be born.

II.

the

',
yi\LOS,

, = yos,

Pass, to be freighted.

,

7>.

From a freight. used only in pies, and impf. to be full of
ytvi-t\,
7js,

sense, = y(vv,

ydvaaeai is always used in causal of the father, to beget ; of the mothe parents. ther, to bear, bring forth; oi

€ycvv,

thing, to be full.

7€vca, as. Ion.
r^pos
birth.

,

{*y(v)
Ik

birth;
ytvtris

€-$,

anything projecting so as to shelter, the eaves of a roof, the cornice, coping: the hem of a garment. (Of Carian origin.) neighbourhood : the neighbours. «*,
or

^-, FEFSON
€$,
($, <$,
€5,

etc.,'=y€pos.
ov,

,)
(y,

y€v(vo

from
Pass.

yivi^

younger
II. birth,
:

by

birth;

race, descent; y(Vir) vTripnpoi
III.

earth-bearing.

higher by blood
ration,

From

metaph. akin to, like. neighbouring, bordering Aeol. for Dor. for yeXuaas. ^s, (y(\aa) laughing, cheerful. Dor. for yfXwvTi, dat. part, of Dor. for and Dor. for yfXwaa, fem. nom. part, of 76X00;, to like to laugh, to Desiderat. of

, 6€ , , € ,
€€,

,

gree

(yf'iTOJv) to be

7€5,

and

€€, =
,a

a neighbour,
7€tTJ/taa;.

to

border on.

ov, neighbouring, near.

From
II.

ovos, 6,

7€$.

neighbour.

as Adj.

. €€€, , €€, , (y) €€-5, €6, , ^, pyto y(v(
Lat. saeculum;
f.

of horses, breed. y(v(ai

a gene-

IV. offspring, descendants.

'

{y(V(a\oyos)
to trace his

to trace

;

yfveaXoyuv

pedigree

:

a pedi-

to derive one's pedigree.

Hence

a tracing one's descent, genealogy.
{y(V(a,

From

,

a genealogist.

€€,
'

76>. y(\oa.

Ep. dat. y(v(r}<pi. 1. horses, breed. 57, birth, origin, descent : of a mine of s'uver. birth-place; ov,=^y(V(e\io$, yeviQXios, ov, belonging to one's birth, Lat. natalis yevtOXia a birthone's birtb-day ; yevieXiov the gcds of one's race; yfvieXioi day feast
rjs,

Ion. for

yev(a

:

•€605,
;

yevieXiov

be ready to laugh.

€, y\aa

y(\,

( €€, ,-y(vX, -,
to

^

kindred blood.
descent.
to
2.

offspring.

Ocean."

XcOoi^cf , or yekoiojvres

,

aros,

6, {ytK) a laugh;

the many-twinkling smile

, €5, , , {^(\) €,
6,

a laugher, sneerer.

Ep.

From laughable, laughed at. Ep. part. pi. yeXutuvrcs, ye:

Ep. impf.

y(ov

or

., , - ,
of
ycvetas, ados,

come

Dor. man's estate.

{yhdov)

get a beard,
'^•"•

,

(y(vfiov) a beard.
to

2•

i'l

the cheeks.

yev6l^, = y(v(,
Ion.

get a beard. fem. yiveiaTis or

:

-iUTis, i5os, (yfvfias) bearded.
f.

:

= y(ve,

to get a beard.

:

: :


ration.

:

140
the

,
€€,

y4v(Lov—TEYa.

,

(yhvs)

the

pari covered by the beard,

lower part of the face, the chin. €€0, Ep. for eyevov, 2 sing. aor. aor. 2 inf. oi

€6,
dead.

yiviaios, ov,
birth-day feast

= yev(9\io5.

-^.

2

o{

^.
yivecria a
the
birth,

IV. sex : gender. V. kind, genus, opp. to elhos, species. he grasped, = eXapev, 3 sing, of an old Verb, only found in this form prob. Aeol. for e\eTo,
:

,


,

II.

representing the digamma.

—y

also,

day kept

in

memory of

€€8,

fwy,

(*ykv) an

origin, source:

gen. yevvos dat. yevvi : plur., dat. yevvai, Ep. yevvaai ace. yevvas, contr. yevvs. The under jaw; yevves, both jaws, the mouth: hence also
; ;

''2, ,

II.

contr. for eyeveTo.

race, descent.

€€€,
birth,

€€€,.
fern,

the cheek,
for

a mother.
fj,

lyivero,^ sing. aor. 2 oyyvoa. of yeverrjp, {*yivw) she that gives II. she that is born, a daughter.

biting axe.

66,
6«5,
cestor.

rjpos,

= yeve-q, birth. , = yevs.
{*yiv)
the begetter,
2.

of yepas. -yepaios, (yepojv, ypa^s) old: venerable. Comp. yepaiTepos; ol yepa'iTcpoi the elders, Lat.

«, ,
'

chin.

II.

the

edge of an axe, a

obsol. pres.,

Root of y iy
pi.

Ep. contr. from ye pea,

.
yepapai

,

,

ov, 6,

the begotten, son.

II.

a father, anasAdj., =

senatores.

yeveOkios.

YevcTvWis,
hour.

,,

(-$,
f.
:

Sup. yepa'naTos.
ov, (yepaios,

\$) with wrinkled
eyepa,
inf.
:

skin.

(*yeyai) goddess of one^s birth

yepaipu),

yepapw

:

aor. I
:

opos, ,=yeves, a father. Y€V€V, Ion, for eyevov, 2 sing. aor. 2 of ylyvoa. 3 sing. aor. i pass, imperat. o{ yyvoa.

€, €5, :
the

€«,

aor. 2 kyepapov

(yepas)

to

honour or reward with
Sup. of yepaios.

^

-,, €,

gen. yeyos, contr. yev^dos i^yivvs, edge of an axe : an axe, pickaxe, mattock
aros,
[a],

'-, ,
Y^paos,

generally, to honour.

-ycpaiTcpos, -raros,

Comp. and

,

in

fioble.

-,
YCvvaSas

poet, for yevos, descent, offspring,
6,

, = y(vva. ,
es,

-yepapos, a,

,

— yepaios.
(yepalpw) reverend, stately
;

,

Lat.

GRUS,

a crane.
yepapai

priests, yepapai priestesses.

'2,

aos,
:

, nom.

pi.

yepara, Ion. yipia, Ep.

plur. yevvadai,

{yevva) noble,

mind or

birth, Lat. generosus.

(yevvaios, Trpena) be/itti/ig a

yepa a gift of hojiour, prize, generally, a gift, honour ; metaph., yepas the last honour of the dead. W. a privilege, prerogative. Hence
contr.

Adv.

-ttSjs.

Ycvvaios, a, ov, also os, ov, (^yivva) suitable to one's birth or descent ; ov yevvaiov it not my high blood : noble both in mind and blood, high-born,

ts

'€$, €05,

ov, honourijig.

II.

honoured.

good of

high-minded : of animals, thoi'ough-bred their kind: but also, yevvaia

:

of things,
geiiuine,

intense misery.

€5, $, ,

Hence
nobility, nobleness

of hnd, fertility,

of the father to yevvijaavTes the parents. II. to generate, produce. Hence aros, that which is produced, a child any product. II. one's natiire. III. a begetting. cws, a begetting, producing. a parent, Lat. pater,
f.

bear, bring forth, of the

,,

of character

6Ws,Adv. of yevvaios, nobly:

Sup. yevvaiOTara.
;

€5, , , €5, (^)

,

{yevva)

to beget,
;

Lacon. for yepovaia. Dim. of yepwv, a little old man. (yepojv) a Council of Elders, Senate, esp. at Sparta, where it consisted of 28. II. an embassy.

€€, , €-08,, €, . ^,
"ycpca. Ion.

€-5,

a Spartan vionth.
ov, (yepas, ipepw)
pi.

winning honour.

nom.

of yepas.
to

mother

oi

,

chiefs

, ,
;

f.

(yepojv,

guide an old man. From ayw) guiding an old man.

,

,

ov, (yepv) belongitig to the elders or oJvos yepovaios wine reserved for them.

,

yeppov,

,

(eipa;)

Lat. gerra, anything

made

of

familias.

oi^Tos, 0, an old man, Lat. senex : 01 yeElders or Chiefs, who with the King yevvaios, brave, spirited. Adv.-ws. formed the chief Council: hence the Senators, like Ep. and Ion. for yevoivro. Lat. Patres, esp. at Sparta, where they were 28 in Dor. aor. 2 opt. of ylyvopai. number. II. as Adj. yepv, ov, but almost al7<vos, cos, TO, (*yevw) race, descent : freq. in ace. ways with masc. Subst. as Xoyos yepov absol. yevos, as e^ yevos I am of Ithaca however occurs in Homer.

, €, €,
^,

•wicker-work, esp.
sians wore.

an oblong
(yeppov,

, (yevv) , — y€V(p. Y€WIk6s, , , =
,
opos,

wicker shields povTes
the

begotten or born.

',

7€-,
:

2.
01,

a wattled hut.

v. foreg.

)

shield, such as the Per-

troops that wore

by descent;
birth.

so in dat.,
II.

yevei

genus.
tion.
2.

a descendant, a child, as Virgil's Divi III. a race in regard to number, a nain

$
(

a

citizen by

a race

regard to time, an age, gene-

taste of a thing.

,,, €,ye ,
f.

yev

:

5

aor. l

(yevw) a taste of a thing. med. inf of

ye.

:

aor.
II.

I

eyevaa

to

give one

Med.

yeoa,

fut.

yevoa:

aor. I

€'/€

:

with

pf. pass,

^-^^
i.

or eat of a thing 3 pi. plqpf. k^i^ivvro, they had tasted, eaten : hence to try, make proof, have experience of;
to enjoy.

ov, {y^i) joyful, glad. a mound of earth to dam or har a TO, Lat. gethyum, a kind of leek. stream, or a bridge to cross it, used by Horn, always ov, and ov, {yrj) of earth or clay. in Horn, also, in plur. the lane contr. ov, 6, {yfj) a husbandman. II. between two lines of battle, the battle-field. later in sing, a bridge, , = y(.oos, a hill. or fCipvpa evyvvva aor. I inf. to build a bridge over a river, and part. act. and med. of Lat. ponte jungere fluvium. Hence f. to make passable by a bridge, to , = yepos. to possess la?td. bridge over; [the tree] made a (7^, = {yfj, bridge over the river a plot of made a bridge-way: Pass., 6 vopos the strait ground. had a bridge made over it. «s, (7^, falling to earth. geography. From , = ye^ovos. Dor. ov, (717, ov, (yfj, ire earth-describing : as 3 sing, Subst., ov, 0, a geographer. pf. pass, of to be drunk up by Earth. (yfjpas) old, aged. a hill, hillock: also 6, {yfj,
17,
:

$ '^( '',
;

to taste,

geometer.

, , ^ -, '/ ) -, , ) - ,), -, €8, , , , , ^) , 5 y., , , , -,
yai.

'/4

^^

'. . , ,, 5, ^ ,, ,,

: ;

——
141

:

to taste

Adv. of 7^, out of or from
f.
:

the earth.

aor.

ky^a, perf, yeya, Dor. 7delight.

ydOa (used

t.feel, the spear:

in pres. sense): plqpf. kyeyrjeeiv: (70/0;):

to be delighted, to rejoice.

, {^) joy, ,

5, 5, -5,
•'•8,

,, -8,
,
,
and

'€€ ey€vp
;

»)

77»/,

(()

€-5,

,

^)
.

, , ,
f,

€-5, , 6€€,

,

and

,

ov,

= ypas.
,

to

measure land, to measure. From
a land-measurer,

aor. 2 inf.,

aor. I inf of

ov,

,

(yrj,

Ep. for

dat. plur. of

77//;. yps,

Hence

land-measuring, geometry : and ov, of ox for land-measuring, geometrical: (sub. geometry: ov, , geometrician. Adv. , division of lands : tillage. From also and sharer in the division , , {yfj, the landownei's or of lands, landholder : 01 nobles in a state, Lat. optimates.

-5, $,
bandman.
till,

in plur. tilled lands.

rustic.

Subst.,ps,o/,(5, a

,) - -,) ,,) , , ,, ,
,

,

),

-$.

- ,
yiipa'i,
I

part. aor. 2 of

08, , , "2, ,

poet, for

aor. 2 part, of

y.
-)

ypas.

gen. yrjpaos, Att. contr.
fut.

yps
[a]

:

dat.

-5, -5,
yeo^

-

Att. contr. yqpa: old age, Lat. senectus.

Hence
:

-5,,
f.

or

,

Ion. for yrjireSov.

ov, o, {yrj,
(yfj,

poor

in land.

a

tiller

of the earth, hus-

pas (as if from a verb in to pf. yey-qpdKa grow aged, become old and infirm. II. in aor. I kyripdaa. Causal, to bring to old age. f. to feed and cherish in old age: Pass, to be cherished in old age. From cherishing in old (yfjpas,
: :

,
or

:

Att.

aor.

kypda

:

aor. 2 kyqpav, inf.

ypvat

[a], part. 777-

,
:

-05, ,

age; esp. of one's parents.
ov, {yfjpas,

cultivate

:

(yewpyos) to be a farmer : also to metaph. to work at, practise a thing.
agriculture, tillage.
II,

,

(y(pys)

08, ,
-08,

,

{yiwpyos)
:

of or for tillage,
:

Med.,

,
f.

II.

skilled in farming.

same sense
a crop.

afield
{yrf,

cultivation

From
:

sing, cry, Lat. garrire.
contr. for yqpaos, gen. of 7^pas.

ov,

-5, -5,
"", ,
yjjv
;

to

ov,

(^yrj,

ov,

{yij,

)
tiller

'ipyov) tilling the

ground

as

of the

earth,

husbandman.

dig or trench the earth.

€€)

trenching the
cutting the

From earth, []
ground

, '2, .$, , ,
-5,
Dor.
fut.

otos,

, {ypv)
,
a voice
;

) )
:

cherishing the old.

a voice, sotmd, tone.
speech.

vos,

f.

slot,

pass,

kypv

kypvv,
[]
:

[]

:

aor. I

Hence kyripwa

:

but also in

to utter, speak, say,

ploughing.
contr. for 76a, earth,

land ; yrjv
;

to give earth and water as token of submission
also
yrjs

-, -, 2,
-68,
riTAPTON,

,

Att. for yqevov, a leek.

6, contr. for

ov, (yrj,

(€) ploughing
[r]

yis.

ov, 6, (y'lyas,

ov, (yiyas,

) *)
(7^ or
;

the earth.
giant-killer.

giant-killing.

a grape-stone,

ai'Tos, voc. y'lyav, 6,

7) mostly
is

as Subst.,

-,8, ,
(S, (yrj,

on land, by land, opp. to yrjs, which means beneath the earth Lat. ubi terrarum f where on the earth ?

in plur. the Giants, a rebellious race,

:

irov
I

gods.

the

*y€v) earthborn

,

II. indigenous. a son of the Earth, a giant.
:

j

1

by

-,

destroyed by the In Hesiod, the sons of Gaia or Earth, whence
syncop. from

name = 7;7/7.
y-yevoa^, which Root from

redupl. from the

*'

formed
root

this

142
come
fut.

and yiyova
for the Ep. pf.
:

'
:

;

,

:

aor. 2

aor, I (in late authors)

to become, to of persons, critical, yiyaa, see yfyaa: born : to he in perf. yiyova to he by prettily. to hew, carve: of a lion, to tear the 2. of events, to occur, birth, or to have become so. II. with Preps, or Advs. of motion, to ground with his feet. happen. [a], Dor. for yX-qxcuv. 2. he at, as kyiyviro ks ov, 6, (yXcvKos, iri-iroTai 3 sing. pf. y'lyveaOai to take all shapes, navTOios, drinker of new wine. kavTov yevkffOai to be master of pass, of turn every way (OS, TO, {yXvKvs) Lat. mustum, must, sweet oneself; kvros kavTov yivkaOai to recover oneself. 3.

'^ (^ —
:


:

perf.

yeyev^

. ,
.
nexv wine.

,

, (^)

hollow, hollowed
II,

:

hence

a deep harbour.

happen

to he

^.
'
by
redupl.

;

ri

ykva

;

more

rarely ris
4.

y€vai

;

what

come of me J
to cost so

yiyvcaOai

opyrjs,

To perceive, gain knowledge of, viark, and so to ov, comic word in know, of persons and things to be aware of, under- Aristophanes, a greedy pettifogging knave. {yXiavTiXoy'ia, k^tn'iTpiwTOS.) stand: sometimes c. gen. instead of ace, to know of. yvai a, ov, gluey, clammy, slippery. he knew that he was angry rarely II. also c. part., eyvv 2. close, I perceived that I was metaph. sticking close to, importunate. beaten. II. to examine, to form an opinio?i, de- greedy, stingy. 3. of disputations, yi/iM/i«^, /)i//fy. cide upon, determine, decree, yvojvai ovos, 6, (yX'iaxpos) a niggard. Ion. and in late Greek for yyvoa. Adv. of yXiaxpos, importunately : scanIon. and in late Greek for yiyvijaKca. tily : also pettily. [t], Dep.,only used in pres. and impr., to be milhy, juicy. to strive after a thing, struggle for it, c. gen. (yXayos) full of milk, milky. , 2. eaaa, ev, {y\ayos)full of milk, milky. tlvos to be eager about or for a thing. yXiXeoeai or Tjyos, 0, , (y\ayos, of or for , glue. Hence ciirdling milk. 0, anything sticky or clammy, as oil and dirt. (OS, TO, poet, for ya\a, milk. II. as Adj. yXoios, a, slippery, knavish. ov, (yaXa, <payuv) contr. for ya6, the rump : plur. the buttocks. \aKTO<payos living on milk. Pass, to become sweet, humour in the eyes. , ov, = yXvKOs, sweet. ,= ov, gen. ovos, arros, 0, , (yXvK(pos, xpws) with blear-eyed, [a] (y\avKOs) only found in Ep. part. y\av sweet, fair skin. glaring with the eyes. , ov, = yXvKvs. [iJ] Aeol. causing , ov, gleam, gen. vos, {yXvKvs, , ing, glancing, bright-gleaming. II. with no- sweet tears.
:

-, ', ^, (.
aor. 2
part, yvovs'. perf.

periphras. for opyav, Xkyeiv, etc.

5. c. gen. pretii,

much, as, formed

y'lyveaOai to cost an obol.

from
:

Lat.

NOSCO

fut.

eyvwv, imperat. yvojOi, opt.

''/, pass, €yva

yvov,
:

', , -, ) €8, /, ', €, , yvoa ] is to

smoothed, polished, exact. Adv. -pa's, smoothly, nicely,

be-

TO, Dor. for

the

root

:

inf.

yvwvai,

aor. i pass.

yX\: — pemiyroyal.

.

:

1 ', . --€€'5, , '502,
5,
:

: and, II. because figures are reflected small in the pupil, a puppet, esp. a girl, rf. Lat. pupilla : as a taunt, eppe yX away, weak girl I N02, TO, in plur. things to stare at, wonders.

,

the pupil, eye-ball

.

ace. yXrjxwva,

by apocop.

Ion. for

, , , '5,
,

', , , (y)
,
:

€5, -, 5, -,

€05, ,

, () ,

.

.

yvv)

'(, ,

,

tion of Colour, pale-green, bluish-green, gray, Lat. glaucus, of the olive, of the willow, and also of the vine. III. of the eye, light blue or gray, Lat. caesius : of persons, blue-eyed.

-, -,
05,

. ,
charming

'2,

,

€-5,

-xpoos, 0, ace. yXavKoxpoa, (yXavKOs, Xpoos) gray-coloured, gray.
KOs,

sweetly winMinerva, with gleaming eyes. ning. Giiros, 6, f),=y\avKSjms. Dor. for yXvvXov (yXvKvs Att. kus, (yXavKOs) the owl, Lat. Xov) a sweet-apple. noctua, so called from its glaring eyes. From f. Proverb., to speak sweetly. yXavK' yXavK us sweet-speaking. like our (yXvKvs, carry coals to Newcastle:' Athenian coins were called (yXvKvs, trais) having a , K(s from the stamp of the owl on them. fair offspring. TO, (yXa^w) a hollow, cavern, [a] a sweet maid. -irapOivos, 17,
ace.

, ,

,'(, , ,
epith. of

-, ) -,

act.

8,

,

but also iv

:

(y\av-

,

'

-, . €, , ) -, 7- -,
ov,

, -,
-, •-5,

ov,

es,

(yXvKvs, [yXvKvs,

,
ov,

benevolence.

(yXvKvs,

the

-€5,

mind, delightful. Aeol. and Dor. for
(yXvKvs,

) ) /) )
From

with sweet gifts. sweet-sounding.
II.

sweet-minded.

€5)

yXvXov.

^,

,

smoothness, polish.

From

-,

,

('^$,($)

ov, (yXvKvs,

-)

sweetly bitter.

sweet, delight/id

Sup.

carver, a sculptor.
ing, carved.

5 :,, ,
'2, (,
/ftW [],

,

:

[],

$, ,
,
and

sweet to the taste, sweet: metaph. Comp, and of men, dear, kind. also y\vKVT(pos,-TaTos. (yKvKvs) sweetness.
ov, 6,

—'.
-5,
oJs,


143

:

cs, {yvo(pos, itdos) darksome, dark. yvvg, Adv. {yovv) with bent knee; yvv( kpiireiv to

fall

Ep. for yvwvai, aor. 2 inf. of a knife or chisel for carving. (yvouvai) a means of knowing, a mark, the notch mostly in plur., II. the mind, the judgment ; yvr^ of the arrow, which fits on the string later, the arrow token. to the best oi one^s judgment. 2. will, purFrom \\. = yXv(pavov, a knife. itself. kavToD of his own accord. 3.0 aor. I :— Pass., aor. I ky- pose ; f. airo(paivea9ai to deliver and judgment, opinion; pf. aor. 2 [] esp. to engrave or an opinion; also a mistaken judgment, fancy ; to hollow out : the opinions of wise men, maxims. 4. a purpose, 11. to write on a tablet. carve. intentiott, resolution : a vote, decree. the beard of corn, only in plur. Dim. of a fancy. the tongue, Lat. Att. 5, \iy) a collection of by word of mouth; lingua; not from another's tongue, not from hear- maxims. {yv}v) fit to give judgment: , Uvai to let loose one's tongue, speak say
TO,

', , ^ ^ ''/ (^
: :

, ,
:

fjpos,

{^\<)

a

•05, , , verb. Adj.
(<^;)
ihos,

of

fit

for carv-

,

^'

, €, , )
,

. , ,

on the knee.
Ion. for

yvr,

,

«,

3 sing. aor. 2 of yiyvwCKW.

aor. 2 subj. of

yyv.

$, ,

aor. 2 imperat. of

yiyvwOKW.
is

(yvcjvai) that by which a thing

knotvn, a mark, token, like

yvoJv.

II,

£«.

judgment.

'

:

', <«, , 25,
;

'\5
freely.

wordiness.

aXyos) talking

case for the mouthpiece of a flute

money.

, -,) , -, -, ,
II.

-,
Att. Att.
till

a tongue, language;
dialect.

to use a

language or

From

-- , , ^,
sun-dials.
17,

,

experienced or skilled in a thing.

, -, $,
, , 5,
,
3

yvs yvv

yva

.

,

(^,

^;,

,

II.

of ox for

endless talking,
ov,

the tongue.

point

an arrow

jaw.

, . ) -,, , , , , €, , ,
:

,

one's

,

Att. for

f.

(, , (,
gen. ivos,

tongue aches, very

(, -5,
talkative.

,

{^)
,,

to coin

ov,

{^,

prudence, judgment. tnaxims : and clever at coining maxims. From maxim-coining,

properly

sententious.

)

a case or bag

for

interpreter.
dial.

ovos, 0, (yvouvai) one that knows, a judge, II. the gnomon or index of the sunIII.

ol

yvovfs

the teeth that

mark

a

or

,

:

the
:

'02,
[a]

weapon,

taph. bending, yielding.
f.

bend.

, ',
,
-,

end of the yoke-strap. the arrow itself. , the jaw, poet, form of yva$os. f. , the Jaw, mouth : properly the lower II. like yews, the point or edge of a known, declare.

IV. a carpenter's rule, Lat. norma: ply horse's age. hence a rule or guide of life. aor. 2 of yiyvwaKW. Ep. for any projecting aor. 2 inf. of 2. the point of I pi. aor. 2 subj. of Ep. for
to

yyv.
:

'yv.

-

Att.

pf kyvwpiKa
:

:

to

make

2. to

discover, detect

to

acknow-

ledge, recognise.

Kos,

the true race, legitimate, opp. to voOos: genuine, true;

yvqaiai yvvaifees lawful wives, opp. to
yvrjffioi

have a noble mind. Adv. of yvrjaios, lawfully,

yv.

, ,, ', 5, " , , ,,
:
From
i

,

3. to be

curved, bent
aor.

:

supple, pliant

:

me-

ov, rarely

«^^: —

as Subst.,

yvpos, ,
of

acquainted with. From well-known an acquaintance, a friend, Lat.

,

ov,

{yvs)

to crook, familiaris.

II.

01

yvpo the notables, Lat.
so as to be

known, yvwptos, Adv. , (^) be on yvps '^ familiarly -, -€- friendly terms with him. -,,-$: -,. sub ,^. acquaintance , belonging ,
carded, fulled.
:

optimates.

in-

telligibly,

syncop. for yeviaios,

true Greeks

(5
of

to

ledge.

;

;

yvqaia to

is

really, truly.

$,

,

aor. 2 opt. of

yLyv.
I

Ep. for

yvo(v,

pi. aor, 2 opt.

-

known.

, $, ,
pi.

(cus,

',

yvovs. aor. 2 part, of

yyv.
darkness.

, = dvo<pos,

, ,

made known, a mark,
ov,

() , , ()
token.

;

to

:

knoiu-

that by which a thing

,

,

,

{/) {yvp)
.

a making known.
capable of making

2 sing. aor. 2 subj fut. pass,

-', ,
f.

of yiyvwaKtu. of aor. 2 subj. of

yyv. yyv.

(yvaicis,

)

to dispuis

144

, 8, , , ,
wisdom.
2

onis own opinion, i.e. to confess oneself in the wrong, /it) eJvai change one's purpose, give way; to con/ess that one is not equal. feus, , (yvu/vai) a seeking to know: a judiII. knowledge: cial inquiry, Lat. cognitio.

,

recognising.

', $,
fut.

2.

acquaintance with a person.

of

,

warrants the truth of a thing, Lat. cognitor.

' , , ^. ,
<$—
3.

.
,

:;

for shipbuilding

large wedge-shaped bolt or any bond or fastening : in pi. the cross-ribs of the Egyptian canoes. Hence
:

0'05, ,
f.

,

yo,

nail,

a

•-,$, ,,
ijpos,
6(ys,

to fasten with bolts or nails; yiy6the ship's hull is ready built. Hence

framework.

bolts or nails,

{^'^)

one that knows or

one that fastens with a ship-builder. 0, (*7eycu) a father, ancestor : in pi. the
that
II.

(yo(p6)

, ,^''.
^''»

collat.

Subst. a friend.

known

^: —
turnip.

Ep. impf. eyoov, also yoaaaKov
aor. i

,/ , , , 6, €, € ^^ , ',
2 pi. aor. 2

form of II. to be known.

imperat. of

and 3 dual

aor. 2 indie.

as Subst. a friend, kinsman, brother : re brothers and sisters, T€ yi aor. 2 subj. of Ep. for Ep. for yvwai, 3 pi. aor. 2 of Ion. for kyoa, 3 sing. impf. of or 3 pi. opt. of Dor. for yoaovoi, 3 pi. of Ep. part, Ep. inf.

)7,

ov, also os,

,

(yvojuai) known, well-

/ ,
'$, known
:

parents.

, (*yv)
:

which

is

begotten, offspring, a

:

as

race, family.

the seed.

childbirth

the

womb.

III. generation, V. IV. birth, descent.

yvuiTov,

a generation.
ov, also

yvos

, ov,

{yovos) productive, fruitful

a poet of creative powers, of true
is

^. ^-^.
^, ^-:
,
a,

;

yvw-

genius

5,
:

hence genuine, true. or , {*yevw) that which
also the

begotten, a child,

^.

;

. ^,

.

of animals, the fruit of plants, the produce of anything. II. race, birth, descent. III. a begetting.
offspring:

young

rO'NT',
:

TO, gen.

weep for.

the sound.

', ,,
wail, groan, weep.

^: —
f.

:

fut.

later

Pass., aor. I
II. c.

{yoos):

ace. to bewail,

, ,

mourn,

yovv, yovvaros, etc, Ep, yovv, yovvos, yovvi, pi. yovva, yovvoiv, yovveaai Lat. GENU, cf. the knee ; yovvojv to clasp the knees as a suppliant ; irpbs yovarojv to entreat one by clasping his knees to yovv
; :

to mutter, a

word formed from
(yoyyvKos) a

bend bend

the knee,

OToyyvKos, round, spherical. \p'\ , (707^;) a muttering. , {yoyyv) a mutterer.

, ,
^
and
i5os,

0'02,
6v,

to

round, round

off.

From

yovara on the knees of the gods, i. e. depends on their will and pleasure metaph. from warriors stricken down, Is yovv II. PaWeiv, to throw on the knee.
the knee in
to kneel

,

ov,

also

ov,=

the knee or joint of grasses, such as the cane, Lat,

, €05, , = yoepos, , ,

geniculum. -KpOTOS, ov, (yovv,
to fall

yoepos.

Tiva to fall
:

persons, lamenting, mourning.

charming the wind with howls.
ov, gen. ovos,
:

out enchantments
fut.

against the
opp. to

, , , €, , , , -, $,
5, &,
f.

, ($ ,€,
(yoaaj)

lamentable,

mournful

of

, = 7005,

yorjci

, €, ) 6€, -€5, ) ( ,
:

(, (
i.

^
sit

70'5,

dat. pi.

yovaai

:

Ion.

:

;

down, take running, to run;
e.

down

;

iv yovvaat

rest,

but also to
lies

it

knock-kneed.
or

on

the knee

down

before one.

70'7€€«' From
:

Ep. for yoav, pres. inf. of 7oacu. — yoipos.
dat. pi.
:

(7000;) one who howls a wizard, sorcerer: aiuggler, cheat.
:

y

ing

of yoaw.
sorcery, witchcraft.
(70175) to spell-bind, bewitch.

gon

, {yo(v)

ov, 0,

5,
,

6,

a wailer. , pecul. fem. of 70775, a witch. (^() a ship's cargo, a freight, load.
ov,

,(yo)

€5, -5,
crest
:

, , ,) -$,
2,,
to the
its

is, {yovv, falling on the knee; yovvwir-qs a kneeling posture. Ep. for kyoaov, 3 pi. impf. of , a weeping, wailing, groaning. Ep. part, of

7.

Att.

€05, ,
= Topyfios.

7.
ov,
175,

(Topyw)

of,

belong-

Gorgon.
fem,

,,

(Topyoj,

be of the Gor-

on

-€8, {^, ) -'•^8, (^^,
ov,

,
teeth.

{,

'2,
hold
:

.
back.

ov,

ov, {Topyoj,

)
later

.

with the

Gorgon

Pass, to be spirited, of a horse.
17,

,

terrible, fearful, fierce

hovtros)

rattling

{y6<pos) a grinder-tooth, Lat. molaris, II, the tooth of a key.
nail-bound.

to look fierce; yopybs fearful to beof horses, hot, spirited. Gorgon-killing ov, (Topyw, fem. Topyoov, a name of Minerva. 17, an underground dungeon.

-65,

«,

rrayrivai) nail-fastened.

', ,

( *)

From
;

yopybv

005, contr.

5,

7/

;

decl.

7,

ovos,


yopycUTTty

Vopyoves (yopyos) the Gorgon, a monand ster of fearful aspect; Hesiod names three Gorgons, Euryale, Stheino, and Medusa, the last the most fearher snaky head was fixed on the aegis of Athena, ful and all who looked on it became stone.
in pi.
: :

to

.
mark
line
e.

:

:

145
III. the
;

the starting or winning place.

middle
i.

ypas

-, , -, -,
:

restrictive Particle, at least (7« then, at any rate : of a truth, in sooth, freq. in answers.

Ep. imperat, oi f. Dep.: to fall down and clasp another's knees, to entreat, supplicate ; Tivos and rivos in behalf of another but also 'yovvaTLVos and vpos tivos to entreat by such and such things.

^

, ', : , |,
Ion,

.

WTTOS, 6,

) ^. , ,)'^'^.
idos,

,

pecul. fern, of

(yopyos,

fierce-eyed, terrible.

=

Ep.

plur.

oiyuvv, also found in Trag.

yovvoa.
:

(): —

, 6, , ,
,
ture.

on a draught-board called hpa rbv Kivuv to move a man from this line,

-5, ,
,

try one's last chance.

, (ypaus,

ov, verb. Adj. of ypacpw, to be written

)
pi.

scaring old women.
:

one must write.

'•05, ,

$, , (y) a writer.

,

verb.
.•

Adj.

of ypa<pw, painted

marked with

letters

written.

decl. of

8, '.

ypaaes, , (^) representation
drawing, painting;
2.

a scratching, tearing. ypda, ace. ypads Ion. decl. poet, also a gray wo; man, old woman. II. scum, as of boiled milk. «cws, 0, {yp.<p) a painter. II. = a clerk.
vos,

, '2, ys ,
ypdos,

, €5,

{yp<p)
nom.

:

:

,, -,

yovvari, yovvara, yovvaai, Ion. and poet,

thick-kneed.

-,

Dep.,
is,
is,

=

7^^

writing.
III.

:

Ep. impf.7oi;jOi//ii7/v.

shape.

('yvv,vyvvt) cramping the knees.
{yovvos, poet. gen. ofyovv,

yovvos, poet. gen. of yuvv.

Lat. uber

, ,

$)

as Att. law term, an indictment for a public offence, prosecution, opp. to a private action ypo.<p an indictment for neglect of service.

,

(yovos, yovrj) corn-land, fruitful land,

(sub.

;

yowos

aXwrjs
pi. n.

fruitful vineyard.

woman.
ypa'ia

, ,
Ypdes and

TO, contr. for ypaidiov.

tablets.

gray ;

5, ypa

,, ,.
Ep.

€5,
II.

,

special fem. of ypoxos,

from ypavs and yp^s. an old

Pass., fut.

$, , ) 5$, », (y) ',ypaoa,
,
the art

;

() ($
able to
:

'

'ipo-<p'^

II.

by means of lines : only in a pica painting, a figure,

draw

or paint
2.

:

ypa^iK^

,

of painting. a style
pf.

suitedfor writing.

for writing

on waxen
:

II.

embroidery.

f.

yiypaa,
fut.

later

as fem. Adj. old, ypaiai

aoves, eypv,

later aor. l

(,

fypv

3

yeypoa
:

yeypa —
:

aor.

pf.

y4ypaa

2 to

written, a written character, letter, Lat. liiera
letters, the

,

of ypais, ypavs, an old hag. From Pass, to become an old woman. ypaia,ypaiov, (syncop. for ytpaios) old, aged, Lat. uva passa, raisins. aTos, {yp<p) that which is drawn or

. Dim. ,

etc.

VE, scratch ; ypaxpas iv having scratched marks or figures on a tablet. II. to draw lines with a pencil, to sketch, draw, paint. III. to write; eis to write on

GRA

yp€v
2. to

skins.

Pass,

yp€a
down;
:

inscribe,

e. g.

€$ ypev
to set

eis

:

to be inscribed with a thing.

:

in plur.
3.

to write

ypcv

3.

him down

as a

II. in plur. also, like Lat. drawing, picture. literae, a letter ; an inscription : state-papers, docuIII. ments, records, accounts : also a book, treatise.

letters,

tablets,

€, . €$,

alphabet.

2.

a note in music.

a

the cause

to register, enrol.

4. to write

down

scriba.

ters,

kOs,

(|, (//«) , , (^)
to be secretary.
to teach

, $,
Hence
the

learning,

, (^)

=

law hereafter to be proposed, hence to propose, move. B. Med. to write for oneself or for one's own use, note down. 2. as Att. law-term, to indict one, tivus for some public offence in full,
or

that

on which one writes,
clerk, Lat.
01

ypav ypxpaa
to indict

a note-book.

ecws, 0,

{yp(p)

a secretary,

the rudiments, a schoolmaster.

who pores over musty

, -, ,

knowing one's let, (y grounded in the rudiments : as Subst., , a grammarian. Adv. -kws. one who teaches 6,
awos,
o,

)

denounce a thing as unlawful
(s,

rudiments.

old

ypaa-

formed from the

{^,

2.=ypaa(vs.

a stroke in writing, a line : , long line of condemnation, drawn on the
II. the line

(^)

records.

) ^,
Adj.,

, , ,
-,
woman,

ypaevo


to
ious,

ypeai
;

;

also c. inf ,

ypۥ
absol.,
to

him

for
;

the prosecutors
:

{ypavs,

$)

wrong-doing; but

yp(ai ri
to

Pass, to be indicted.

of or belonging

an

Lat. anilis
pf.

:

silly, trifling.

be awake, be watchful, a late pres.,

iyp^yopa.

,

Ion. for ypaus, poet, also

yps.
:

,

(ypinos) a fisherman

whence fem.

ypts

the art offishing.
0,

one

rPmOS,
ypi-nuiv,

a fishing-net.
or basket,

, — ypiTTiis, a fisherman, [t] , like ypinos, a fishing-net
2.

made of rushes.
ing, riddle.

anything intricate, a dark say-

tablet of the dicast.

across the course.

, '
146


(S,

— —

;

pLb—
(ypt(pos, (Tdos) riddling.
;

.

:

",

0'202, ,
syllable, not
t.

a kind of Javelin. a gruni, like that of swine not even to give a grunl ;

ovhe ypv airoypv not even
:

a

a

bit.

Hence
iypv^a to say ypv, hence to grumble, mumble, mut:

<.-8 -5, )
and
:

Pass, to be supplied with gymnasiarcbs.

{[,
ter.

gruni, Lzt. grunnio :
or

gruni.

^,
£cu or

a gymnasiarcb, who superintended the palaestrae, and paid the training-masters a training-master.

aor.

I

(ypvWos

or

ypvkos)

to

were practised, the gyninastic-scbool ; yvvaov from our school. II.
exercises,

, ,
Hence
[d]

or

Med.

-

€,

to he

gymnasiarcb

:

From

, {yvvov,

, {^)
verb.

,

the office

the place

of gymnasiarcb. where exercises

(
in plur. bodily

-€05, , (7,
dragon.

or

YpvXos,

6,

(ypv) a pig, porker. aeros) a kind of griffin or

~'2, , ,

practise.

aquiline nose, opp. to

composed of back-piece and breast-piece, joined under the arms any hollow: verpas yvaXov a cave, grot; yvaXov the hollow of a bowl in plur. hollow ground, vales, a
civ
the body-armour
;
:

, ,, , ',
II.

, ,

-. , ,
f.

curved, esp. book-nosed, with an

*.
o,

Hence

letes.

,

bookedness of the nose.

{ypviros^ to curve or bend.

gen. ypvvos,
:

(ypvnos) a griffin, bippotrougb.

, a cavern a kneading , a piece of land, field.

{yva) cables made fast to land. TO, a hollow: in Homer,

$
the

, . -,
like

yvva
an

,) . ,
5,
Hence
ov, 6,

<€,

Adj.

of

yv',
the trainer

one

must

(yvv)

of the ath-

,

, fond

(sub.

of athletic exercises : gymnastics. Adv. -kws,

athlete.

tjtos, 6,

to be

(yvv6s) a light-armed foot-soldier. light-armed to go naked. From
:

ov,

,

fern,

yvvs, $. . = yvvs.
the

, (yvvs)
,
ov,

, {yvvs)for
{yvvs)
a

light-armed troops. a light-armed

sol-

dier.

valley.

^,

ov, 6, the

curved piece of wood
fitted,

in a

to
rts.

which the share was

tree,

plough, Lat. hu-

limbs.

victorious.

limbs, Lat.

yviojufis aor.

,
:

',

, -,
f.

-«, ', , ) )
is,

, -5,

-, -5, -,

-».

= yva,
is,

(s,

afield. (yviov,
{yviov,

() $)

strengthening the limbs.

ov, (yviov,

ov, 6, (yviov,

) )
)

weighing down

the

gnawing

the limbs.
i.e.

limb-subduing,

the tunic or

cloak

TO,

membra

always used by Hom. in plur., the ; esp. the Imcer limbs, the knees.
{yviov ,Trqyvv
stiffening the limbs.

-, '5, :()
cises

-€,
;

08, yvvbs
rj,

dyuv

of ox for gymnastic exergymnastic contest.

=

yvv€v.
,
{yvvs,

a Thyrea, at which naked boys danced and went through gymin plur.,

yearly festival in honour of those
nastic exercises.

)

mostly
fell

who

at

less

of things, out of the case
:

, , naked, unclad: unarmed, defenceyvvv an uncovered bow, e.
i.
:

—yvvs
:

gen. stripped of a thing, yvvbs often meant lightly clad, i.e. wearing
c.

army,

, ,

(yviov,

a fetter.

philosophers of India. nakedness.

lame.

-5, -3,
i

yvio-Td,<r\i. is, (yviov,
ov, [yviov,

ov, {yviov,
:

{yvios) to lame
part.,

() /)

wasting the limbs.
piercing the limbs. of brasen limb.

Pass, to be or

lamed.
(yvKios,

(vos,
6,

,,
pf.

a long-shaped wallet or knapsack.
:

)
:

become lame
long-necked.

(yvvs) to strip naked or bare of warriors, to be stript of arms, to be left dethe wall was fenceless ; of things, left bare: but also to strip oneself naked, be naked; he stript himself of his rags. II. a stripping naked. 6a;s, ,
f.

Pass.,

,,
:

-, 5,
the flanks. the

under garment only

yvv
2.

(),

the exposed parts of

also bare, mere.

,

{yvvs,

$)

without the an

Hence
the

naked

$, ,

^( () .5,

5

nakedness

y(yvvaa
them
to
:

Pass., pf.

/gymII.

{yvyivos)

:

to train naked, to train in

nastic exercises, to

train, exercise;
to train

c. inf.,

yvv€v
:

woman.

, -, .
,
(ywrj) of
f.

naked parts.

voc. of yw-q.

Dim.

of ywi],
Ion.

Tovs TTOiSas voklv
to practise

do

a thing

— Pass.

practise or exercise oneself.

5, ,

gymnastic exercises

then, generally, to

\;€05, ,
muliebris.
the

ov, also os, ov.

belonging
2. as Subst.,

to

women, feminine, Lat.

ywaz=yvvav,
II.

,
a

weak,

silly

,

women's part of

the hwise.

womanish,

trained or exercised.

, , {)

properly fern, oiyvpvos. naked.
exercise.

effeminate.

\[(,

Att.

, {ywrj)

to

be

womanish,

\

play the woman.

woman.
women.
mind.

temper.

claimed by women.

) -\5, ) -05, ) ^-, ) -5, )
6-5,
cy, (ywai/eos,

devised by a

nicely-fitted, well-finished verses.

ov,

{-,

. ,
-58,
.

:

, a squaring the angles;
or

(^
147
I. Aeol. into Dor. into as

proclaimed by
of womanish
a

(s, {yojvia, (l^os)
57,
iz

angular.

rilPTTCKS,

bow-case, quiver.

women.

, -,
-5,
gen.

ov, (ywaifcos,

, ("/,
ov,

womans
pro-

(ywaiKos,

be
(s,

mad for women.
{ywaiKos,

men, womanish.
shape.

men.

-$, /-,

ov, (yvvai/eos,

ov, {yvvaiKos,

formed.

loving women.

womanish mind.
voice.

the house, opp. to

pi.

woman,

a term Lzt. femina, opp. to man voeat. of respect, mistress, lady : Homer often joins it with a etc. II. second Subst., mortal woman, opp. to a III. wife, spouse. goddess. IV. the female, mate of animals. , (7i;i'77'l a womanish man, weakling.
:

cranny.

, -, ) -, € -, ) ) , . -5, , 6,=, -, , ) -, . , $, ,, , , (, , ) ) , , , , , . , , , €, .
YvrvaiKo-TTOivos, ov, {yvvaiKOs,

is,

{ywaiKus,

) )
,

) ) )
(ywaiKOs,

A
,

,
:

€,

indecl., fourth letter

From

bet

as

numeral,

'=

mad

for

4OO0.
as

Changes of

aping wo-

,
as

in

woman's

as Zei/s,

into

full of wo-

woman-avengare

of

',
Dor.

whence

derivatives

, $ $,
as

.
;

--(\.,
6(\05
into

^
:

of the Gr. alpha= and riraprros,

in the dialects

into

hvoipos.

into Aftis,

as

sometimes into

IV. into , as V. into lacryma, VI. into also with another consonant added, as

$ .
,
into
as

.

III.

Ion. into

while Dor.
into

<; 5.

-,
is
is

.
changes

,

(.

VII. sometimes

.

(,

inserted to give a softer or fuller sound, as avipos

dj/5po$.

VIII. at the beginning of
as in

added or omitted,

ov, gen,

ovos,

of

-, intensive prefix, = ^-, as in

(,

ov, (yvvaiHvs,

wvos,

6,

($)
yv,

Dor. for yd, yi), mostly in voc. ace. bav. Dor. for a waxen image, used in magic rites, (Thessal. word.) ^] the women's part of a puppet. to be a torch-bearer, esp. in sacred f.
with woman's

,

-. .
some words

,

5, $, ,

.

:

;',

05, "',,
yxrvaiKes,

, Dim.
,

mad for women.

processions.

From

a little woman. ov, of or belonging to a woman.
ot

From
:

gen. ywaiKOs, ace.
etc., (as

yvaa,
from

voc. yvvai

if

—a

;

balding torches : as Subst., a torch-bearer at the festival of Eleusinian Ceres, whose torch represented her as searching for her daughter Proserpine. From to bear torches. f.
ov,

(,

,

. Dim. -, ,Hence {)

»,

.-5, €$, €,
ov,

ov,

{.5,

torch-bearing.

aor. 2 opt. of

aor. 2 part, of

*.

*<>.

Ep. for Ep. for

aor. 2 pass. subj.

of

of

a

nest, eyrie,

cranny.

gen. ovos,

dat. pi. of

enced in a thing.

a vulture's nest

:

generally, a bole,

-5, ',
yOirtas,
17,

Adj. vulture-haunted. tracing a circle. ov, {yvpos, fa-s, the finest meal, Lat. pollen.
fern.

€()

ther-in-law, answering to
fut.

,

nC*"P0'2,

a, iv,

round, Lat. curvus; yvpds kv

roiirzif-shouldered.

*02, , a
yvTTUs,

or curiosity,

', ', , , . ',
,
f.

ring, circle.

,

a vulture, Lat. vultur.
2. later,

chalk.
to riib

gypsum.

Hence

UTOught.

over with chalk.
for ovv.
II.

Ion. for yovv, as
17,

a corner, angle.

a joiner's

cunningly, work with curious art
lish.

, . , ,( , (,
'',
aor. 2 pass. inf. of
epos,

, voc.
of

';.

(. a husband's ys, , a
then
?

(^) *.

aor. 2 pass. inf. of

*>. *;.

knowing, experi-

brother, bro-

sister-in-law.

, {) ,

(a). 3 sing. aor. 2 med. subj. of used after interrogatives, expressing wonder
;

what

vws

;

how

so ?

Ep. apocop. for

dat. of ats.

[t]

a, ov, also os, ov,

cunningly or curiously
but {5') —
act.
;
:

From
pf.

used only in pres.
:

pass. aor.
to

I

work

:

to

deck out, embel-

square.

Hence

Hence

148

,
f.
;

€$, -€05,
worliing.

aros,

cunning works. II. aor. I , Daedalus, i. e. the cunning feast; as prop, n., worker, the Artist, of Cnossus in Crete, contemporary elders to feast a person. with Minos, mentioned by Homer as the maker of a fut. aor. I Xopos (q. V.) for Ariadne. feast given one, to feast : also c. ace. eipos, , , (') cunning to feast on, consume, eat : to eat, burn

wrought ;

of hand.

XSeis : pf. part. asunder,

him mind between two

joined with masc. Subst. heart-cleaving.
to

deity

the divinity in woes.

have griefs decreed one. II. absol. to be possessed by an evil spirit, be driven to madness. of to have an allotted Med. II. Pass., with aor. I part. fate. to be possessed by a devil. (properly neut. of the Deity^

Divinity, or divine operation, Lat.

numen. II. the were an inferior race of divine beings, demons, opp. to Oeoi. 2. the name by which Socrates called his genius. 3. in N.T. a« evil spirit.

by Homer only

good sense, plur. guests who bring each his own provisions. noble sir; but more freq. as a reproach, unhappy vos, . Ion. for a meal. man, wretch: in Att. mostly ironical, myfinefellow\ ov, gen. ovos (8, of warlike my good sir ! II. of things proceeding from the ?)iind, eager for the fray, bold. II. of Deify or from Fate; fi were it knowing mind, prudent, though ful. not a divine intervention ; divine visitaaor. I part, of tions. III. of persons, divine, godlike. (A), = /<, only used in pres. and impf., /o
in

the Deity, Lat.

bad; favour of
tune,

, :( . , ^ , , (5 ,: ) ^, ,, , () , { , 5$ . { ,, . {) , () ) , {) ($, , , . {, , ,{ , , , €, , ( ) {) , -, , . -$, {, , $, ^ , $ €
;

', ' ,
,
= Sat
:

ecaa,

, ,

work of art.

tv,

= 5ai5a\eos.
(paiSaXos,

^, 2.

;

epyoy)

curiously

ov, Adj.
all

cunningly or curiously

&-,
6vl

($,
:

poet.

aor. I


: :

inf. fut.

Pass., aor.
:

irepl

pierced through the heart

() — $, €ay€Vos
to

I

part,

, €, , ( , ,^ ( , , , , , , . -.
',
:

Ep. for Ep. for
for

(, (,
: :

3 sing. impf. of
2 sing. impf.

3 pi.

med. o{ impf. med. of

2 sing. pres.

also

subj. of Ep. 3 sing. impf. fut. to give a banquet or yepovai he gave a feast to the
:

med.

.. ..
:

{$)

:

:

II.

Med.

to

have a
etc.,

like poison.

Ep. for Ep. for

2 sing. impf.

med.

3 sing. opt. med. of

cleave

a, ov, also os,
:

ov

;

also of doubts,

/ill

ov

:

Att. contr.
as epith.
etiemies.

{, &) —
:
:

Ion.

and Hom.

,

hostile,

destrucpi.
II.

tive

:

his soul

was divided wiuun.
divided

-€5, ,
TJpos,
;

opinions.

ov,

(,

Hence

or in

two words
only

{^) €,
battle,

o{ Jire, burning, consuming: in 2. unhappy, wretched. knowing, cunning.
f.

aor.

I

inf.

^,

poet, for

^/,

to flay, cudgel.

slain in battle.

and

,

,

()

(A), gen.
:

$,

Att.

contr.

aflre-brand, pine-torch, Lat. taeda wood, such as torches were made of.
ha'is

A)

:

, —pinewar,

be subject to

an avenging the house is plunged by
ace,

mostly (B) gen.

,

2. c.

to

quet, Lat.

DA PES.
€5,

$, ,
,

in

apocopate
2.

dat.

)a

"

II.

and

ace.

meal, feast, ban-

meat or food itself, aor. I inf. and part. med.
guest, banquetter.
feast.

,

poet, for

feast, banquet.
to cut

,
,

Adv.
f.

,
J7,

from

up or carve,

to

por-

tion out, distribute.

, 05, ,

) )

one's portion.

the art

ov, also os,

ov

:

:

I.

used

ovos,

,

carver, distributer. Hence of carving : a helping at table. an invited guest. 2. in

vocat.

in

) $,
:

:

(

{)
she

es,

fJSos) devilish.

light up,

kindle

;

(

Adv. of

ovos, 0,

,

{)

marvellously, strangely.

Minerva) made
I

fire

blaze from his helm

a god, goddess.

II.

part,

a(s'.
plqpf.

pf. part.

fate, destiny, fortune, good or against fate ; with the the gods, non sine diis ; in Trag., death, like
III.

numen:

€5:—
((
:
;

:

(sc.

Pass., aor.

to

burn, blaze;

^,
war
sense

oaaf the eyes sparkle

Lat. sors.

IV.

($

one's genius,

one's lot or for-

wild-flre.

was
age,

a

name given
:

to the

souls of

men of the golden

necting link between gods and parted souls, Lat, manes, lemures.
spirit, devil.

,

who formed the conmen hence later, deV. an evil

,

as Adj.,

= 5ai7/i<uj',

skilled in a thing.

, (. :
^^ ^.(, — ,
is

Med., Kpia

' ($
blazes forth;

(^,
to

to this also belong pf.

poet.

((
heart

^tKeos

the report spread like
;

(),

divide, part out, distribute

in Act.
;

used, but in

Med. and
is

Pass,

distributing portions of

meat

Pass.,

my

But

divided; Ep. 3 belong to

pi.

to

:

3-5, , = 55, £, . .€, =

, ,
Ep.

',
inf.

3 sing. aor. 2 of aor. 2 inf. of TO, haKos, a venomous animal.
for
/fe,

poet, for
f.

to dogs and gnats kavruv to bite one's lips for champ the bit II. metaph. to bite, sting, fear of laughing. Pass., I was vexed at prick :

—/ /,

/fecti':

esp, of
;

: ^
: :

.
pf.

heart-eating.

^-, .

bav.
the fingers.
aor. 2
pf,
: :

149
-

Pass, to be sore vexed.
:

Pass., aor. i

;

' ,., () . ^, . ^ ,
metrical foot, dactyl,

a finger's breadth, = about -^ of an inch,
ov,

($,
;

^

e. g.

a^ios.

)

III. a

worn by

Dor. for

Dim. of
II.

wood. man.

heart.

$,
is

sting

LACRVMA.

a subject for tears.

author of tears. iv, tearful ; of persons, much weeping; of things, calling forth tears: oev yeXaaai, as Adv., to smile through one's tears. = Ep. gen. pi. to swim with tears. From f. to melt into tears. melting into tears. -poos, ov, Ep. aor. I of dropping with ov,

, , -,
',
(OS,

TO,

(^€)
II.

dangerous, any noxious animal.
vos, TO, poet, for

aros,

, Dim. , {)
of
II.

a drop,

, .
zi

an animal whose

a tear, Lat. o{ gum.

that which is wept for,

€5, €,

ov,

(, *'^) ()
:

a tear.

tears.

tearful.

-, €, , . (, ) , . ) -, ,. -5, (, , , (, ), ,: : (, $, 8 // , -,, -€, (, $ (€$ , . ) : : : (): (, -^ $, , , , , ., : -, .(\$)$, (, (. (, €, . $, , () . ,, $, (5) ) , ; -608, , ($, , ., . , / -^$, (5, , , - , ,. € 5 , ,, , $ $ .
ov,
i'nvos) horse-taming.
c<ws,

'',(, ) -, ,
Dor. for

, , , , . , -, -, . -5, $,
young
epith. of Hercules.
f.

bite or

, () . , (, ) -8,
a
III.

,

firebrand, piece of blazing burnt out torch, of an old
see

a beacon-light.
:

later

form of

,

epith. of

Neptune, the Tamer.

97,

= /^5.
ov,

-8, (,
cattle.

fed on by
beef-eatittg,

ov,

<payeiv)

Lzt. jtivenca.

subduing.

,

verb. Adj. of

wept over,

,() , os, , () , () (, (, $) , () (, ) ^, ,5, , , (, ) €, '', [],
poet,

€$,

II.

apTos,

to subdue. a young cow, heifer, calf, like a girl. a calf, Lat. vitulus. a wife, spouse.

form of

Dor. for

ov,

man-subduitig.

a taming, subduing.

ov, gen. ovos,

heart-

man-subduing.

fem. Subst.

tamer.

Dor. vocat. from Ep. 3 sing, 3 aor. I Ep.
pf.
:

pi.

Pass., aor. I

is,

rejoicing in tears.

part.

;

aor.

ov,

a

participial Adj.,

:

pf.

:

—another

2

inf.

aor. I part,
if

,
from

:

fut.

Ep.

(-

part.

shedding

tears, weepitig.
fut.

[],

aor. i

to

weep, shed tears:
ace. cognato,

to be tearful, be all in tears;
:

^— €pf.
pf.

pf. part.

are found, as

To tame,

to

pass.

power,

bring under the yoke, subdue, overII. of maidens, to yoke in marriage, give

part.

to wife: also to force, lie with, Lat. subigere.

to utter tearful groans.

a thing, lament

Lat. digitalis

the fingers.

,$
c.

all in tears

generally, to subdue, conquer, esp. in
be subject, to obey.
aor. 2 opt. pass, of

war

:

III.

Pass, to

II. transit,

to

weep for
III.

2. to slay, kill.

Pass, to be wept for.

.

to flood one's eyes with tears.
«s,

Ep. for
for

aor. 2 pass. subj. of

elbos) like tears

:

tearful.

2

,

aflnger-sheath.

pi.

Dim. of

a

toe.

,

;

ahXbs
II.

of or for the finger, a flute played with

of metre, dactylic.

pointed at with the finger, as in Horace digito monstrari. like a finger. (s,

, ^
digitus.

,

a ring, seal-ring.

€$)

(()•. — a finger,
a toe;
II.

,

plur.

poet, also

:

Lat. digitus;

to reckon on the fingers.
also

2.

without

like Lat.

the shortest

Greek measure of

length.

, ,
and 3

€€£,

pass,

-|,

Ep. for

:

2

Ep. for

3

pi. aor.

2 pass, of

Ep. for

aor.

2

pass,

inf.

of

Ep. for

3 sing.

impf. of

3 sing, of

also 2 sing. pres.

Med

of

= =

:

only in pres. and impf.
Pass,

and

,
:

ov.

and Med. Dor. for

-.

Ep. 3

Dor. for

hymns (5) — stmg
yrjv

pi.

of

in public.

No, by earth I

,( ,
king of Argos
;

150

, Danaans, subjects of Advaos, Homer for (he Greeks generally descendants of the sons , , daughters.or Hence a Comic Danaus Sup. AavaChis, Danaans. [] oldest of
the in
al, his

',
3«,—
f.

—;

: ;


I

:

^?.
Dor.
to

indie,
fut.

pi. opt.

the

:

pf.

dfSaveiKa, pass.

put out money at usury, to lend: Med. to have lent to Pass., of the money, to be letit: one, to borrow. Sdvciov, TO, money lent or borrowed, a loan.
(Saves):
to

- €$, -$, 5€€— ^-,
:
:

:

Cf.

Adv. of
ov,

ace.

() () €-, , {€) =€. ^, , ,, €5, , , {() {) €,05,
arcs,
(OS,

(, , -,() -, {$, $,
(-,
ews,
f.

,

) ()
;

from

': ( €.
'^
:

is

to be hairy. thick-shaded, dark.

a dividing, distribitting.
c. dupl.

to exact as tribute

exact tribute from a person.

Hence
tax-collector.

,

collection

of

tribute.

6,

Xeyw) a

distribution.

at interest, a loan, debt.

both used also in med. sense to spend fis Med. to spend to spend upon a thing to Causal, of one's own. put the state to expense, exhaust the state. From
:

,
haos,
:

, ,
fos, TO,
f.

'02, , , money , , (/ A) (/ A) =$,
a
gift.
:

money-lending. money-lender, usurer. disposed to lend.

burnt, dried, parched.
aor. I

a firebrand, torch.
pf.

Pass.

,

money spent:

pensiveness, extravagance,

of things, expendve.

Dardanus, son of Jupiter, founder of ov, shaggy-breasted. Dardania or Troy. As Adj., ov, , shaggy-haired. a Trojan, mostly in plur. fut. Ep. aor. I , ov, Trojan : pf. (for the forms, cf. , a Trojan woman : ov, 6, a son or deDep. to divide among themselves, to , Troy : scendant of Dardanus : sons of share in : to tear in pieces ; Dardanus. they measured the ground with their feet. 2. to cut lengthd. form of to devour. in two. 3. to divide or distribute to others.
0,
: :

drachmae: so that 5 = a mina, 300 = a talent. (Said to have been first coined by Darius, but prob. derived from Persian dara, a king, cf.
coin,

peios, like

q. v.:

, , . -, ) ', $, ) , $, - (, ,, () ( , , , , . «$ €$ , , ', ,, ^, , ) -$,
chamber

,,^, -, )
Tj,

',
f.

.

,:

lent out

tributary.

.

^

. , ,-, -, ) , (-, -, ))
tribute
ov,
is

-€, , — -8, (05, )
II.

,

a division, sharing of spoil

in Att.
to

f.

an impost, tribute. pay tribute : Pass., paid one. From paying tribute,
:

-

fut.

of

cf.

tjtos,

, ,

and

, (-,

cost, expense, expenditure.

,,

also

money for spending.

aros,

8, ,

,

,

, money

()

[]
spent, expense.

.

. $, , , (5, <-€5, <-5, , , (, -5, , ($,
for
/s,

horrid, frightful.

q.

.

thick-haired.

ex-

hairy

of men, extravagant

a hare or rabbit.

Adv. --$, expensively.
extravagant. land, soil: the floor of a

beard.

', , ,=, (,
Ep. for

(-,

), ) -, , (, ) -, (,
and
shaggy-legged.
f.

bushy-tailed.

,

gen. ovos,

[],

{$)

thick-fleeced.

to

make rough
hairy-foot,
i.

or

:

Pass, to

become rough or hairy.

,

e.

$, , , ($, vwyojv) with shaggy
Ion. fem.

'2'2,

(, ,

in pi. plains, flat country.

a carpet, rug. [a] inf. of

downy, opp. to grown with bushes, bushy;
hairy,
:

rough

to devour.

with the leaves on. crowded.

II.

like Lat. densus, thick,

'
:

thick with hair,

of places, thick
a

lettuce

-€5, (, ($,
:

$,

«-

:

,€5, ,
,

:

:

or

a Persian gold

= 20

Aeol. 3
ov,

Attic

,

sleep, Lat.

,
,
fut.

-, (, ', $. . -5, $, , (. $. , $, ,
aor. 2

our sovereign.) Darius, ace. to Herodotus = Gr. a Greek form of Persian dara, a king. fut. 2 pass, of

DORMIO. ov, =
of

Cp.

.
poet,

(,

ov,

, ,

distributing ; and a distributer. ov, of or belonging to a laurel. From
the laurel or bay, sacred to Apollo.
f.

(() ,
pi.

impf. of

rels.

(paov:—to

laurel.

Dor. and Trag. for

gen.

,

Att. contr. for
inf.

*.

aor.

med.

(, 05, , , (, () -$, (, ) -$, , (, ()( -($,
to

ov,

bear laurel-boughs. From planted with lau-

-,
II.

bearifiz laurel-bouorhs.

(S,

)
;

belonging to a laurel. delighting in the
laurel-crowned.

ov,

(s,

laurelled.

=

of

;

Ion. 3 sing.

a

garment red with blood.

(

, .
',
to teach

of wild beasts, blood(-, red, tawny; or perhaps bloody, murderous. , abundance, plenty. From abundant, plentiful : of peris, lavishly : Sup. Adv. sons, liberal, profuik.

-$, ,

$)

6
;
:

:

;

— .
(€,,

()

\$,

an old root meaning

to learn,

I. Causal, times takes a causal sense, to teach : he taught, : only in redupl. aor. 2 act. The pres. in this like Lat. doceo ; later also tdaov. II. to learn : fut. sense is thou wilt learn from me) pf.

.
part. part. Softs
:

. (, €$, (,
{((

($,
Ep.

(, —
€, ',
^.
but
:

subj.

from

, (,
*
;

also pass.
inf.

to search out.

— The

is

formed

(. , , ,, , (, ^, .).
which some-

<6,
:

. ., €
(,

^, «€, €«.

<€, (€, pf
imperat.
Ion. for

((,

pf. act.

act.

pf,,

Ep. 3 fing.plqpf. pass,

, €€|, , ^^^^ (,
and pass, of and pass, of and p.
pf.

.
p.
fut.,

151

to bind.

of

to hind.

€€, (€,

pf

pass,

(($^,
aor. 2

Ep.

imperat.

a pres.

med.

inf.

pres. in this sense

is

I pi.

aor. 2 pass. subj. of

^;.

conjunctive Particle, with an opposing or It answers to /xiV, esp. in Prose, adversative force. when it may be rendered by while, on the other hand, 2. it often serves merely to pass from see

one thing to another, when
further.
sentence, but
it

II.
is

it may be rendered, and, properly stands second in the

also found third or fourth,

when

. (, . . (, €,-,

, (. ^, , «, (.
pf
pass,

€€,
pf.

of 3 sing.

of

and of

. .
and
,

3 plur. pf of

plqpf. of

.
to bind.

fut. pass,

of

poet,

pf with

;

part.

€«.
of

pres. sense,

of

;

pf.

of

pf. pass. inf.

pf of

the preceding words are closely connected.

^
an

-Se, enclitic Particle joined I. to names of Places in ace, to denote motion towards, as if it were
enclitic preposit.
to
;

Olympus,
;

more

rarely repeated with the

and sometimes even after els, as fls added to the names of cities, (for sometimes it denotes purpose only, aycpevf speak naught tending to fear. II. to the demonstr.
:

in Att. often

Pron., to give

a

, €,
man

as

this,

€, ): , . ', , (,
(for

^ ^) home-wards,
to the door
possess. Pron.,

, €, .

€, €.

=

;.
of

Att. for

pf. pass,

Ion. for

3

pi.

plqpf pass, of

6€

pres.,

it

greater force,
etc.

Att.

77,

Verb

. ,, .;. , {) . €. , () ; ^, . . . . <, . , , (, 4,
€, €, €($, (€$,
€3,
pf.

^,

(, €, (($,
Ion. for

Dor. for 0ea, Lat. dea. Ep. for 3 sing. impf. of an obsolete = he seemed. Ep. aor. 2 part, of Ep. pres. med. inf. of 3 sing. aor. 2 act. of

, .
*;.
and
J,

,

€,

etc.,

such

^, €, €,
(,,
hftXos,

,. . . ,

*.

,.
pf
pf.

. ^. . ., 6. €., €($, ^, (,. . €,, . €, , .
pf.

of

of also of ; 3 sing, and pi. plqpf. of pf. pass, of pf. with pres. sense of
pass,

pf

^.
=

Dor. pres. formed from pf pass, of Ep. pf part, of waiting for, lying in wait. pf. pass, of

with sense of

pf

pass, of

Dor. for pf oi pf. of

poet. 3 pi. 3 sing, plqpf. of with sense of pres.
:

part. pass, of

of

also of

pf. pass,

of

poet,

pf of pf of pf of

;.
form of

(formed from (formed from

*4).

*().

pf.

of

pf. act.

pass, of

*.
of

pi. pf. pass,

pf. pass. part,

of

/. €, (, ,
fut.

€€,

ov, resolved

2 pi. aor. I subj.

otos, to,

of a prayer, entreaty.

part. pf. pass, of

an entreating. med. of ';, to want.
contr.

redupl. poet. aor. 2 of

AEF;

subj.

of

Att. for

^'^,
*;.

pf. pass,

of

pf. pass,

($, pf

pf. pass,

((, (€, €€,

act.

of of part, of

fut. imperf €( Ion. I. c. to bind : Impers. from aor. I it is binding on one to ace. et inf, do a thing, one must, one ought, Lat. oportet, decet

part,

Att.

(

}

:

(

, «
;

opt.

inf.

:

(; ^^
is

:

pf.

of

(also Ion.

pf. pass, (in

med. sense) of

ccvdv,

paullo p. fut. of irreg. pf inf of

. (.

pf of

,().
to

so,

(

Tiva

6$

want.

there wants ttoWov need of, Lat. opus est re much, far from it ; dXiyov bit there wants little, all with the but : itXivvos it is still further from it tivos, Lat. opus est mihi re. person added,
;

^.

II. c.

^

gen. there

(


152

:

:

2. a place in the Peiraeeus, men, Lat. documentum. tvhere merchants set out their wares frr sale, as in an Hence Eastern bazaar. f. to make a show of.

to

perf.

I fear;

Dep. to greet with outstretched hand, to welcome, hid hail; he hailed with the cup. 2. — to shew.
:

alarm.

, ( , ,
;

plur. plqpf.

,, ^ , , , , ,
arcs,

€',

, {5() a

sample, proof, speci-

b€a—bcivos. (€5, €€5,
pf.

,

Kois

SciScKTO, 3 sing, plqpf. of

^,

in sense of impf.,
eiai,

, ,(4 ^
€€05, ,
II.

welcoming, greeting: 3

3 sing, and pi. plqpf. are used in the same sense ; tovs

welcome
:

:

for

3 plur.

shewn.

4, \. ((, €€;
part.

3 pi. plqpf. ov, gen. ovos, as, 6, like pf. of

()

€05,

€(.€ [],

,

they pledged them with the cup; they greeted them with words. ov, verb. Adj. of to be impers., one must shew. ov, lengthd. form of €05, fearful

,,
pi.

^-

(-,

$,
:

()

dual

€€ ^;
:

cowardly. with pres. imperat.

signf.,
inf.

and so wretched, sorry, paltry, miserable. ojvos, , properly, a coward, but mostly
in addresses, /Oor/(?//ou// ov,

3

fut.

sense
pi. plqpf.

ne

afraid, to fear, mostly with .. , I fear it is but,
.
.

, ()() (^ ,€ ' ) , , ) , /, ,
to frighten,

(;) —Causal of
q. v.

Att.

, ,
:

^-, , ), , (,
(sub.
is

From
anpos) very pitiable.

properly, the time
;

when
;

the

day

afternoon, eaacTai

and

fut.

:

aor.

i

wards

\ €\
,
f.

hottest,

i.

e.

just after noon

$

then generally,

early and late afternoon; afterfor the later

alone stood
;

afternoon, evening

€\5

or

evening,

Ep. for

the pres. only used in aor. i Ep. also Ep. Ep.
:

first

pers.,
:

I fear
:

\€ to

timidity, cowardice be charged with cowardice.

,^
;

^

part of the

as Adv., in the

6-

pf. in pres.

;

6((
:

(see

I.

3 intr. to be

Dep.

,

, (,
II.

(;)

to be afraid.

to decline

towards evening.

..

,

like Lat. vereor
. .

worthless.

non

..

,

vereor ut

.

.

fear to do. 3. anxious about. 4. stand in awe of.
f.

fearing, one's fear, like

wait

,: :
c.

^
;

,

vereor ne
or

Lat. miser.

,

I fear

it is

not.

2. c. inf. to

nepi' rivi to he

alarmed

object of fear,

ace. to be afraid of, to fear,

5. perf. part,

$.

to

one's

to

, ,

cowardly, craven : vile, miserable, wretched, unhappy, like
affright.
II.

Adv. -\$.

arcs,

, ()fear,

an

€€*
(sub.

Med.

tion, exhibition.

SUKvvei
pf.

, €€,€, €. , 6, ^, () , ) €€ , €,. ^ -, , ) . -, : ' -', )
till

aor. I

(): —

to

5,

fearful.

evening.
ov,

£€$,

€6.05, ,
=

. ), €\,
3

', = sq.,

at evening.

From

(\)

of or belonging to evening;
II.

, ,
inf.

a terror, horror. Hence only used in pres. and impf., be alarmed: c. ace. to fear a thing.
a, ov,

to be afraid,

eventide.

as Subst.,

evening.

^€, =

3 sing. Ep. impf. of = II. to point out, shew. salute, welcome, greet. €//;«,
pi.

Ep. impf. med. of

and

,

(.6.
[y]

of

a representa-

€€, -€,
fut.
:

on the forms
will

shew, point out, Lat. monstro

^ ^, (,

Ep. shortened form of Ep. for

(^

and

Ion.

Pass., fut.

:

aor. I

,^
imperat.
I

such an one, a certain one, not name also pi. «/.
;

. . £5$, , {) , {^) . $, , ' '. , , ^, , ,
aor. i part, of

{)
I

timid.

II.

horrible,

3 sing. aor.
f.

med. of

iv,

frightened.

to frighten.

Ep.

I

pi.

aor. I subj. of

6,

{hios)fear, terror, Lat. timor. of II. Att. for part. neut.

'.

as

for

,,

gen.

«/«, dat. whom one
Dep.

ace.

cannot or will

ov, 6,

{05,

f.

(^,
to

a knave.

or

aor.

Ion.

'^:
3
: ;

complain loudly.

f.

^],

and
pf.

fut.

€-

(,
,
or

loudly of suffering.
terrible offoot.

Ion.

:

-5, , ,

now,
:

gen.

impers. time point towards a person. 2. to bring to light, display; Ttpas the god shevjed us a marvel : Med.
;

shew ;

e'is

to

to set before one.

point out by words, to tell, explain, teach : to shew, prove; 6vt€s they shewed that they were ready. 4. of accusers,
3. to

, ^'
€€,

see

below

11

to

, (',
no
to take

complain
wovs)

($

^

05, , , (')
:

milder sense, awful ings ; revolting ;

,^

I.

terrible, fearful, in

later,

danger, sufferfear of their
ill,

Lat.

to

inform against.

II.

pres. part.

((5

aegre ferre. II. implying Force or Power, mighty, 1. wondrous, marvellous, powerful, for good or ill. strange ; avyyevis the ties of kin have scrange power. III. the sense of powerfid.

^?-^ ^€.
wondrous,
passed into that of able, clever, skilful, as
in phrase Seivos

ao<p6s

;

often

c. inf.,

ten soldiers.

\eyeiv clever at talking;
skilful in his art.

ness.

dable

ceedingly.

,, () , '. ,
Setvos, gen. of

also c.

ace, deiv6s

, -,
i.

153
e<ws,

$,

(,
,

Hence
:

,= 6-$, ('/,€,)
ol, at,

,

()

one of a decury or party of
twelve.
ten

ov,

palms long

or

6,

.
harshness, sternor formi-

broad.

terribleness

€-($,
f.

^,
:

2.

natural

ability, cleverness.

f.

(Seivos) to

make dreadful

to

exaggerate, enhance.

£(,-$,
Scivios,

, {€$, )
€05,

terrible to behold.
:

Adv. of
(cos,

terribly

marvellously, ex-

€-,

€€€€8,
f.

— wnos, , fut. of hflos, TO, Ep, for eos,fear. Dor. for

,

,

€05.

exaggeration.

inf.

in Att,

, ^
always

like

., , ,
:

pf.

€£$. ^,
:

Att. pf. 2

:

{puirvov)

to

make a meal,
:

to take the chief

meal

c.

ace,

€03
to

make a meal on
or

bread.

Hence
meal-time.

) -, (,. ) -3 -, (, ) -, (, ^) , , (, ) -, ^ -.
riare.

,,
«s,

-€5, {,
Adv.
ov,

ov,

(,

eros) ten-yearly.
to

() £8, () €-$, (,
,
decumanus ;
and
cf.

(tos) lasting ten years.
bribe, corrupt, Lat. decu-

ten times

:

ten-fold.

holding ten dinnertenth wave, Lat.

couches.

the

fluctus

ov,

ten

mo7iths old.

2. in the tenth

month.

ovv,

ov,

worth ten minae. holding ten

dine;

€5, ,,
dinner.

, ,
in

,
;

,
6,

a clever cook.
f.

{) , , ()
,
Att.
ov,

a supper-room.

greater than: a supper guest. Hence Adv. -Kws, times the amount. of or for dinner.

-, , -, (, 5) -, ()
e.
01, at,

6-5, ,

{€-,

invitations to dinner, parasitic.

)

to entertain at

plethra (v.

fishing for

^ )) -, ,fifteen.

about ninety gallons. Adv. a very long time ago.

,

ten cubits long.
c.

ov,

tenfold:
(sub.

gen. ten times
as Subst. ten

ov,

(,

enclosing

ten

u.)

€-5, , (,
cities,

ov, contr.

-irXovs, ovv,

=

€-5.
including ten

ttoXis)

a

district

coena

dinner.

, -,
TO,
2.

a meal or meal-time, sometimes = aptthe late one sometimes = Att. the chief meal, answering to our dinner, Lat.
the early meal,
:

like \o(pos,

€$, the ridge of a

, {€7, €) preparing €8, 5, , {) of a of 1. = (, L3.t.jugum. of €$, ',

from, i. e. just after, generMy food, provender. to prepare a meal : Med. to dine. From
straight

ria.

dinner.
hills,

seed-times,

',
bad

aor. l part,

€-€,

of a person, behead him, Lat, jugulo.

€-,
in

, . ,
f.

Att.

, {^, )
77,

.

the ridge

chain

the neck.

-, ) $, () -5, (,
ov, 0,

, ^, (, government $, 5,,, () . €-5, number (,
€-8, €-5,
6,

Decapolis.

,

-now,

the

ten feet long. Hence a decurion. of the Ten. a body of ten men, Lat. decu-

)
ten.

gen.

the

iuorth ten talents
II.

the neck, throat.

=

hill.

to cut the throat

Ion. for

the

-,
gods
:

opos, 6,

,

(/,

, fear

of the gods, religion.

)

Lat. decumanus.
f.

-, ,
,
ov,

fearing man.

sense, superstition.

From

ov, gen. ovos,

{^,

in

good

sense, pious, religious.

)

2.

to exact the tenths, to take tithe of z. person: to take the tenth of booty, esp. as an offering to the gods:—z\so to exact the tenths as a tax on all imports.
tithe,

, ,
i.

ov,

e.

ten years.

a, ov,

ov,

:

estimated at ten talents.
the tenths-office, custom-house :

)
=

consisting

of

ten

on the tenth day. weighing

or

, , a farmer of

,

-pa, fourteen.

and

tenths, tithe-collector,

, ()
From

fearing
2. in

bad

-5, , ($, ) -5, (€, ') /?».
,

in the tenth

'',
[']

sense, stiperstitious, bigoted.

Germ.

ZEHN

those who the age of military service.
ov,

' :,
ol, al,
:

,

generation.

indecl., Lat.

BECEM,

our

TEN,

oi

the Ten, Lat.

Decemviri : oi are ten years past 20,
ten oxen.

', 8),() ,
(sub. (sub.

€-5, €-5, {, $) ((, ')
6,

festival on

worth

a commander of ten

had a name given it feast on the day of naming
;

tnen, Lat. decurio.

, , ()
f.

), ,

as Subst., tenth. 2. the tenth part, tithe. the the tenth day : at Athens, child the tenth day after birth, when the

.

-

to give a
person.

the child.
to take tithe

of

^€—: £-8, €-, , {,) \$) ,
154
ov,{hifca,

6-, €-€5,

ten years old.

received, acceptable, Lat. acceptus.
17,

. !. , {) . , €, ,.
€-«5,

{, = (€$. €-€5, , , {,
ai, a,

Lat. denarius.
ov,

)

consisting of ten tribes. a coin worth ten
ten thousand.

struct,

, €,
,

eros) lasting tenyears.

.

,
Ion.
6,

17,

pecul. fern, of
for

^.
:

€-5, , ={, (, ,, . £$,
ov,
Tjpos,

and Aeol.

opyvia) ten fathoms long.
receiver

ing
beggar.

hence

3 sing.

aor. 2 of

. , , {) , £$ . , {, {) , )
hf^LTfpoi,
pi. p^ss.


«-

To

build ; Med.,

oXkovs he built

make

;

him houses: generally, Lat. munire viam.
at, so as

/o eon-

€€, . ^^, €€$,
to

to

give a glance
Ion. for

to

make

a sign.

Sjvos, o,

a tree. a grove.

Hence

,

€8, , €$, €-€, €-$ €-$,
a
tree.

ecaa, (v, woody. or -ikos, 17, ov, TO, Dim. of , fem.

of a

tree.

of

belongtrees.

verb. Adj. of

received: to be

shaggy with wood.

poet. fern, of

opos, poet, for

$, ^,
to entice by

one who takes

tree

a bait : to al- lay waste a country. From vbs II. c. ace. cognato, lure, entice, catch. ov, to put the chine of a pig as a bait. ov, aros, a bait, Lat. esca. ov, greedy of a-yos, 6, (s, the bait, biting freely at it. woouf-nymphs.
f.

€-8, more ^, , {) (€€
ov,

upon

himself.

correct form of

€'$.

zre fruit-trees, opp. to
f.

-, {, ) (. ', ,
or
ov,

to

climb

{, )
cos,

,

Ion.

and Att.

€5,
:

=

,

a

;

tkaas an olive-tree

generally,

^^,

timber.

7;,

to cut

down

the fruit-trees, to

, ',
,
f.

', ^-,
,a

,

, {\€,
sub

,

aTos,

, = \(.

)
2.

indecl., v.

.

a

name

for

the islands formed at the

€-$, (, €() -8, {, ) {, 6-5, {, ($) €$, $, , {) €!|, ,

-,
f.

)

cutting down trees.

bearing trees. planted with trees.

tree-like;

!
to
:

of the Nile, so called Dim. of
ov,
tablet, registering,

€, . {, ') €-$, €$.
recording.
tablets

mouths of large from their shape.

rivers, esp.

writing on a

, the old shape of

the tablets of the heart.
to note

a spearman, guard. Dep. Delphian, epith. of Apollo. offer the right hand, greet with the right hand. From , ov, {€\$, bearing dolphins; Lat. DEXTER : I. on the , Kepaiai . beams with pulleys to lower the to the right. II. right hand or side ; II. fortunate, boding good, of the flight of birds and other and ivos, , the dolphin. a mass of iron or lead, shaped like a dolphin, which omens. III. metaph. dexterous, ready : and of was hung at the yard-arm, and then suddenly let the mind, shrewd, clever. down on the enemy's ships. , (€£05, oeipa) harnessed by traces al, Delphi, a famous oracle of Apollo on the right side, of a horse, which was not put under

, , ',
,
;

writing-tablet, so called
:

from the

metaph.,

€, , ,

Hence down on

^

a reproach, disgrace. ti^ai, aor. I med. imper. of 17, (properly aor. I part. fem. of a receptacle of water, a reservoir, tank. Ion. (fem. of sub. the right

letter

hand;
salute

, ,

'02, ,
€$

to abuse, revile.

tablets, record.

-,, '2
', ,
,
;

605, {€\)

a sucking-pig, Dim. of grow up to pighood. aKos, , a young pig, porker.
Pass, to

.
II.

rich in sacrifices.

-, {, )
on the right hand;
by offering the right hand.
ov,
f.
:

-,

€$,

. ) )
From

wooded.

^

From

)

€|-5, €-5, (^, () €^, , {€$,

€$.

/ '5,
,
the right.

yviov) ready of limb, nimble.
aor.

.
;

receiving sheep,

,

in Phocis at the foot of Parnassus. the inhabitants of Delphi, Delphians.

-, €,
regular pair.
in

the yoke, but attached as a third abreast with the

esp of man the corpse

as Adv., like

or fashion like burning

on/s bed;

, {){, ) -, €$
',
cs,
l

used only in nom. and ace, the body, properly the living body, being mind, cleverness. small in stature. II. Adv., old gen. of

5 $

€5, $, , (^)

dexterity, activity;

form wards

^.

,

,

fire,

Lat. instar ignis.

ti^i-rnipos, ov,
iiws,
17,

a bed, bedding; mostly in plur. (|$, keeping one to a lingering fate. right;

€|€$, ,

aor.

act.

((,

med.

:

pf.

band;

^, (((^,

{, {) ) ,
poet,

€$
for

tni

^
the

of
to-

fire-receiving.

reception.

form

^,

right, the

like

It^ia

(sub.

(),

right

old dat., on the right hand.

. , , ( ^. ., ^, (, ^. <,. , ^ ^, ( ($ ), €-, \ , , /, ) , (), €, , €5, , , [) ' 2, ^ , -, -,
Beficus,

Bt^s, «US, ,
2 sing.
fut.

{() <, (, ) -, ,,(^) ^.
aros,

^^/—

Act;?.
:

155
:

pledge of friendship. lucky in name.

[a]

cudgel, thrash.
fetter.

Adv. of

5e^«5s, dexterously: Sup.

(, , , ()
II.
f.

pf.

to skin, flay,

II.

also to

poet, for

(05,

a bond,
:

an offering of the right

hand :

€|, <|, (.,
€,
ovTos,
that

€,

greeting, salutation

: canvassing. Ep. aor. 2 imperat. of of

€€(>,

,

a head-band.

/ios) to fetter,

put in chains

to

tie

together, as corn in the sheaf.
f.

£€(,

Ion. for

fut. act.

and

med. of

to need,

or band, bond, binding, needful, right, proper; , pi. 2. fetter: a halter: a mooring cable: a door-lafch. more than needful; kv bonds, imprisonment. in good time, Lat. opportune; «is (sub. II. used absol. it Skos, 6, a gaoler. for needful purposes. = being needful; to bind, fetter. Hence there being no need.

,

,

want, ask

;

v.

sub

().

() ,= ($, ,
,

(/) =
bundle.

also

,

Att.

part. neut. of the impers.

binding with a

spell.

which

is

Ziow, Ion. for

((,

impf. of

to bind.

'02, gen.
and

3

pi.

$,

imperat. of
:

to bind,

poet.

6$

:

fear, alarm,
III.

,
f.

, (/) binding bound, (, () a
II.

:

hence

pass,

captive.

, (($,

5, , a

,,

, {()
:

fetter.

a prison.

prisoner.
to be

2. as

Adj.

affright.

II.

awe, reverence.
pi.

terror,

in chains, fettered

fem.

*.

means of inspiring fear. aos, TO nom.
:

lord

;

poet. dat. pi.

of, c.

gen.: absol. to gain the mastery.

and master II. to make

{, -) {, ^, , (() -) €-(,, (, , €$, 5, , — ($. ,, ,
,
is,

:—a

beaker, goblet, chalice.

a collar.

oneself master of a thing fem. of

sense

aor. 2

,
cutis.

) , () €, 6(€, , . €, ,
necklace:
collar.
collar.

throttling.

of the house, Lat. hera of goddesses.

hipas, aTos,

,(
,
Att. for
:

poet, for

skin, hide.

,
€'•*,
:

,

€5,
;

and

so, to

comprehend.

the mistress or lady

:

often joined with the

name

, — (nvos. , (^) €'•55, , (€$)
f.

absolute sway.

of or belonging

the

look, glance.

master, arbitrary.
ically ruled.

the neck.

Ion. 3 sing. impf. of Dep., poet, for

to look.
pf.
I

2'2, ,
,

,

II.

as Subst.
:

=

,

voc.

Dep.

:

fut.

:

aor. 2

:

also aor.
I

aor. 2

;

and aor.
:

:

to look, see
to look

med. hence to behold

'(,
pass.

with pres.

prob. these are
slaves:

the

hence a despot, absolute ruler, whose subjects II. generally, an owner, master, lord. are slaves.

light, to live.

2.

perceive, be

aware

of.

on or at : generally, to II. of light, to flash or

Hence

gleam, like the eye.
pellis
:

(, $, , ()
also of skins

be a master
the skin, hide of beasts, Lat.
bottles,

prepared for
2.

etc.

:

the

shell of a tortoise.

€$, . ,
cpps
or

Hence

,

, of

skin, leathern.

<$, (OS, , poet,
(5,
II.

Ion. 3 sing. aor. I med. of Ep. for impf. of

(,

for

civs,

.. ,
skin, hide.

generally, one's skin, Lat.

fagot, a fagot.

17,

(pos,

covering.

in plur. screens

)
of
;

a leathern

skin,

hung

deaden the enemy's

«, , {)
€€$,
and
Ion.

tains the bowels, Lat.

T(s penetrating even to the bowels.
part. aor.
1

perat.,

Pass., fut. 2

, ((,,( , (
the caul or

missiles. Lat. cilicia.

membrane which con-

omentum;
of

-,( ,,
to

, , , ,( (
:

Ion. ace. sing,

and
:

incorrect

pi.

:

bound.
to
is

= fJ7•J;s.
Dor. nom. -(as, but

Pass, to be despot-

((,

master, properly of

, of

€8, $,,, =

inclined to tyranny, despotic.

6

Dim. of

.
,
sticks

ox for a master.

2. fit to

(ns,

little

master.
to

(sub.

/iiras),

bound up

make a

€€,,
€08, ,
().
V.

Fem. of

verb. Adj. of

, , (() (, €, (,
fut.

Ion. impf. of

(,
that

,
of

to wet.

med.

inf.

want.
wet, soaked;
opt.

which
3
pi.

boiled flesh.

poet, for

pres.

of

().
form of
hither,
II.

Att. strengthened

(.
hither
!

Adv. of Place,

im-

is

used with plur.
this

come of Time,

((
up
to
tr/>

inf.,

of same tense.
:

:

fut,

aor. I

:

to

time, hitherto;

«)'

(

until now,

continually

this time.

:

aor.

I

aor. 2

$,

Aeol. for Z(vs.

156

actor

, , --,
,

:

the last. Sup. of heynpos. Adv., plur. of SeCpo, hither ! Come hither

,

?
! ;

:: ;; ;

—;
plqpf.
:

.

:

Pass., fut.
:

^,
:

fut.

, , ((($,

who

takes the second part, cf.

-^-

aor. i

aycuviaTrjs) the
:

metaph. the second advocate in a court of law. (pevrtpos) on the second day. (8fvT€pos) the second prize (sub. generally, the second place or rank. in a contest to play the second part. f. the first sabbath after the second day of the feast of unleavened bread. the second, Lat. secundus : as a ,

), , , , €\•€€\€€
€€5,

€\"68, ,

,

^,
: :

,

,

; to bind, tie, fasten, fetter : abimprison. 2. metaph. to bind fast, enchain later, to bind by spells, enchant. 3. c. gen. to let, prevent, hinder from a thing. II. Med. to bind

Ep. 3 sing,
sol. to

^'
tied

pf.

plqpf.

,
3
;

67-

or

tie

on oneself;

pass.,

(
'.

bound round

d€VT(poi after my time : in neut. as Adv., devTfpov av, bevrtpov aWis, secondly, next II. in point of Place, afterwards, a second time. second, i. e. inferior; 5evT(pos ov8cvos second to devrepa, = SevTfpeia, the second prize or none

^
need near
;

)
gen.
; :
:

'
them on
his feet

his legs.

pf.

Comp.,

of,

place.
self

III. the

second of two;
(devrepos,

stands in the second file of the Chorus. aor. I f. (A), Ion. impf. devea/cov to wet, soak, steep Pass., pf. eSevaa wets bis wings in the Med.,
:

brine.

make

to need, miss,

he missed reaching the top of the mast.
often as Dep.
f.

' €€^^ ' , ^
€•€-5, , ,

II. to fill

with another.

:

:

) :

duodeviginti.

^
(B), fut.
:

:

to

aor. i Ep. 3 sing. want, lack, miss, stand in

,
:

but in plqpf. he had greaves
;

c.

I want little, i. e. am I want much, i. e. am far from I want little of tears

her-

the words.
aor. I
c.
:

III.

pf.

one

who want,
son.

^. (
II.

forty lacking
for

two, like Lat.

impers.,

and

Dep.

fut.

To stand

in

, (
need

see
:

of,

gen.
c. 2.

beg for
part., as

dupl.

hence, to long or strive after, wish, gen. to beg a thing from a per-

absoi. to be in

',

€($.
. .

want

or need, mostly in

Particle,

with liquid, fill up.

III.

to

to flow, shed.

(),

f.

want;

,,

or loss of, to be at a loss for : hence to be wanting, beveai 'Apyeiojv thou art deficient in ;
inferior to
to

:
'

Aeol. and Ep. form for
II.

,

,
tion, then;

properly of Time, now, already; oioTovs already have I shot Lat. jam saepe: with imperat. and fut.
II.

now, forthwith, directly.
in

marking Connec-

more ovToi to feel the want marks

€.

the
.

summing up numbers, yiyvovTai these then make up a thousand thing meant to be emphatic, fis
;

,
make
:

',

them
f.

(, 6-8, ,€('/(.
6-65, , {,
poet, for

supple, to tan hides.

,

in all else.

to soften by

terminable at ten days' notice. Ep. aor. 2 inf. of aor. I part, of
Ion.

and

sense): pf.

, . , , «, ', ':
and Aeol.
plqpf.
:

Ep. for

) .

)

working by

the

with ten meshes. 3 pi. pf. of

lasting ten days.

.
2.

hand,

in pass, sense.

reached Egypt, and what is more Sardis also also to put a supposed well suppose 1 have acceptcase, KoX ed. III. belonging to the word which it follows, do but come, only come; with Verbs, 076 2. in the very greatest. with a Sup., ironical sense, Lat. scilicet; tiaijyayt tos he brought in the pretended courtesans. 3. a)Se thus to use a with Pronouns, €€ you of all perman like me ; adds explicitness sons. 4. with other Particles, ojs that [it may be] exactly so, just so
,

^

$

^$, he
;

^
^
;

€ya ,€ yos ,
;

€$
as.

} ^
.

.

:

fut.

aor. I

inf.

',
or
;

'^,
part,
to
II.

, ^^:
3 sing,
:

€yv•.—Ep.
Dep.
I.

(also used

in

aor. 2

to take, accept:

esp. to take well,

graciously

omen

hence

approve


=
:

2 sing, imperat.

of things,

receive kindly or

, ; ,, ,
also
pass,

, 6 , $, )-5, , , () = yxI.
77,
contr. for

in that,

.
hostile.

inasmuch

bite, sting.

to accept or bail the

c. inf.

to

take rather, to

choose.

of persons, to receive hospitably, entertain. 2. to receive as an enemy, to watch for: to await the onset. III. 3. to expect, wait for. of events, to succeed, com.e next, Lat. excipere.

Adv. long, for a long time. perhaps : I suppose Adv. mostly iron., like Lat. scilicet, to wit, forsooth : with pretending it was ajs, as ifforsooth ; Cjs aypyv game.

6

,

= 77'.
and

€(,

f.

17^0;,

Lat. depso,

aas

^, =

'

having worked wax
foreg.
;

,
i

to soften

;

^:

,
Att.

€,
f.

()

[],

-5, , (,
5, , ,

Ep. impf. of

captive.

till it is soft.

(A)

fut.

aor.

:

pf.

,, ,
rjTos,

, ().
,
inf.

)

to tarry, be long, delay.

taken by the enemy,

Ep. for baXos,

battle-strife, battle.

.

Hence

part.

/.

;


br|pLos
Ep.
part,

pf.

pf.

down,

a country.

) ^ , -,
impf.
fut.
:

€w / $, }: — ^, ^, ^: -$, ^^/
Att.
kSrjovv


:

Ion. kSrjevv

.
of a

——
6,

:

($,

aor.

Att.
pi.

who
ccws,

kept the

)

157
at Athens, the president

registers,

demarch

:


:

Med., Ep. 3
:

Pass.,

aor. I

(')

/

(,
impf.
II.


:

at

part.

)€$

:

aor.

1

Rome,

:

/reai as

an enemy :

to cut

slay, rend, cleave.

to

waste or ravage

confiscate a citizen's goods, Lat. publicare.
rally, to

in answers, yes plainly.

do a mischief
to

,
ov,

, : .
Adv.

05, , ,{$, ()
coUat. form of
fut.
to,

(/)

biting, torturing.

)

biting

:

pungent.

to

clearly, plainly, of course:

public assembly

pf.
:

(\,
to
:

inf.

it.

in pass, sense

:

Dep.

hurt greatly,
absol. to

destroy, Lat. delere
:

do

the people, a public speaker, Lat. concionator.
exile.

mischief, be hurtful

Hence

ifpa), the festival

that, clearly,

, , ) ^ , (^) , , {, ) , , (^) 5, . -, , $, , $, () -, , $, -,
waste the
fruit
;

of things,

to

break oaths.

aros,

,

mischief, ruin, bane.

, , , -,
f.

€5, , {) €, ,
make
public.
f.

tribune, Lat. tribunus plebis.
confiscation.

From
to
2.

to declare public property

gene-

harangue

, ('^)
and

to be

a public orator;

the people, Lat. concionari.
77,

a deliberative speech

:

a speech

in the

-5, {$, -5, , {8, ()
From

05,
also

;

,

,

of public speaking, qualifiedfor

,

)
From
for yrj,
:

one who harangues

ov,
:

publicly exiled.
:

gen. Tipos and Tpos
:

{

ace.
:

or

Demeter,

ov, gen. ovos, baneful: as Subst.,

Lat. Ceres, goddess of agriculture, mother of Proserpine.

|5,

destroyer of
ecws,

men.

,

ruin, bane.

TO,

comic Dim. of

fjpos, 6,

a destroyer.

Hence

f.

($)

$.

[tS]

to affect the

popular

side,

,

ov, baneful, destructive.

cheat the people.

$, , (Afjkos) a Delian woman.
,
ov,

V.

sub

,
;

goods seized
:

(AtjXos) Delian: of Apollo at Delos.
for

(sub.

by public authority, confiscated goods. ov. Dor. ov

,$, ,
,

ing

Adv.
f.

6, =

it is

plain

the people:

of course

8, ,
f.

7, (^, -)
:
:

also namely, Lat. videlicet.
to

public cost.
cutioner.

Delos, one of the Cyclades, birthplace of
called also

Apollo and Artemis

•5, ,
clear.

clearly, plainly.

point out,
order.

explain, set forth : also to signify.
II.

plain
it is

,. , , . $, 8,
2. manifest, evident, certain;

ov, also os, ov; contr.

'. ,
from

make

manifest.

From
visible,

77/
:

as

Adv.
:

-$,

,
deme

to the people

— as

Adv.,

2.

belongjudges elected by iriveiv to drink at the as Subst., the public exe-

,€, , ,
f.

05,
-05,

to be a workman, to work ; and workmanship, work; and , of or for a workman. Adv. From in a workmanlike fashion.

Hence

poet.

, -605, . {,

to

shew,

make

visible or clear

to

make known.

2. to

prove

to declare,

working for the people : as Subst., 6, a workman, handicraftsman : generally, a maker, author:

intrans.

=

^$

3. to

point

otit,

to be clear or

ii

leader or demagogue.

leader

mob-leader, demagogue.

people

, , , , €,
clear that.
€cys,

;

eirea kffri

.

.

Hence

Adv. of

manifestly.

17,

a pointing

out, explaining.

2.

mom that calls man to metaph., opdpos II. name work. 2. the Maker of the world. of a magistrate. ov, devourer of the people. ovtos, o, yipwv) an elder of the people ; generally, an elder, chief: in plur., the nobles,

-$, -(,

direction,

command.
f.

, {'^(6$)
fit for

chiefs, like Lat. senatores.

to be

a popular

by

,

the conduct or character of

a public

, -05, ,,{$, '^)

:

and

uttered by the people.
f.

-5,

$,
f.

,
:

,
,

a

comic Dim. of

ov,

prop. n. of a king of Sparta.
to be

,

,

($,

).

a popular leader. From a popular leader, a

<,

, -$,

'^ ) { {5,
5,
to

^$,

tpyov):

prayed for by
tribune.

the

people,

demarch or

Hence
and

the office of demarch, tribunate; From tribunician.

,

democratical constitution, live in a democracy. Hence democracy, popular government.

, -€,
Adv.

{$)

at the public cost.

or birthplace.
ov, contr.

-0povs, ovv

,

, ,

{$,

)
have a

II.

curry

Hence

,

-KOiros, o,

-KpavTOs, ov,

{, {,
Pass.

suited to a

) ) )
{$,

mob favour ; and demagogue. From
a demagogue. ratified by the
to

,

, &$, ,{$, -€(05, ($ {5, $) -5,
charlatan.

158

commons, common people, plebeians, Lat. plebs, opp. to also kwv being a commoner. III. in democratical states, esp. at Athens, the commons, the people, the citizens : hence 2. a popular constitution, democracy. IV. in
;

\os), a public officer or servant of mean rank, as the public crier, or watchman. III. as neut.,
TO, the state, Lat. respublica. building: the public prison.
(sub.
2.

lic,

public, national.

moner, plebeian. a fellow-citizen.

of the populace, one of them, on the democratic side, Lat. popularis: generally, popular :— Adv. affably, kindly. IV. at Athens, of or belonging to a deme,
II.

mon: public. Lat. plebeius.

. , ,, : , ., , ) , , , $- , . , €, . , , , , ,, , , , , . , —,. , , , , . ,
rum.
tive
II. as

$ \($ ,
"02,
is,

, -,
;

,

suited to

a democracy.

\€) stoned by the people;

'. 6$-5, ',

inf.

:

:

:

(pouos death by public stoning.

Dep.

(^5)

to talk popularly, to jest.

,

(,

0,

a country-district, opp. to iro\ts
etc.

) ,

a mob-monkey,

cunque
;

hurled by the people.
(v
II. the

-, -,
;

, .) , -6, ^ ,
,
ov,

counsels, plans, arts

{,
:

:

only in plur.

heart-eating.

fut.

of

of

7;;

but

Ep. impf.

indef.

Adv. from any quarter, Lat. undefrom some quarter or other.

Dor.

iroTC, at

Lat. si

-,
may

some time, once, once on a time et quando : Lat. quidnam ?

indef. Adv., often written
:


I

indef. Adv., often written

;

,

€,

it

be

doubtless,

suppose, Lat.

scilicet,

perhaps, nimi-

interrog. implying
;

an

affirm,

answer;

Attica, townships or hundreds, Lat. pagi, subdivisions

of the
ber, I

to

\. '5, 6, ,
;

in the

time of Herodotus, lOO in num-

-,

you know the cap-

woman, I presume?
Ep. 3 dual

indef. Adv.,

=

in

each

, /at.
=

Dep.: to quarrel, wrangle.
inf.

{5): —to

3 pi. contend, fight

Adv. see

to confiscate.

.

intr.

lead a public

life,

opp. to

to

belong to the

state.

From

-5,
I

"5,

v.

sub sq.

los

and €$,

ov,

{5,
3

, fight,

battle, contest.

slain in fight.
:

-ios, a, ov,

($) belonging
II.

aor. I

=

— Med.

to the people or

state, Lat. publicus.

(sub.

- -5. 05, , , ()
fut.
[t]
:

pi. aor. I

3 dual aor.

pass,

med. as if from

;

also

Dor.

Bap6os,ov,{ps,o5)longlived.
long, too long

in

bad sense,
I

any public

neut.

as Adv., all too long.

),
=

the

tent

kings.

2. dat.

Ion.

-ir/,

IV. Doric fem. of the Spartan as Adv., in pub-

at the public expense.
f,

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-€|5,

f's,

€$, , ()
ov, ov, 6,
II.

{$, TeKos) at public ($) common, vulgar.
the

to confiscate.

cost,

to bind: 3 sing. aor. l of to want. l of Adv. certainly, to be sure, of course ; in answers, yes certainly; ov certainly not. In

. €,

Ep. for

(,
aor.
I

3 sing. aor.

med. of

Ep. for

also Ep. for

€€€,

aor.

{)

, ,
pass. part,

questions,

;

what

then ?

and

inf.

of

one of the people : a coma member of the same
suiting the people, com-

,

, {$)
III.

opp. to

tutelary, of divinities

$. -, {, «)
ov,
:

-$,

', , 5, , () ], . ,
/ shall find
contr. for
ov,
fut.

:

pres. with fut. se