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Thomas J. J. See 















PA H-^o^ 


Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1876, t>y 


In the Office of the Libraiian of Congress, at Washington. 


Dr. GBORa Autenrieth, tlie compiler of tlie " Worterbucii feq 
den Homerischen GedichteD," of which the present volume is a 
translation, is the Director of the Gjminasium at Zweibriicken, in 
the Bavarian Palatinate. A favorite scholar and intimate personal 
friend of that admirable man, Von Nagelsbach, of Eriangen, there 
devolved upon him, on the death of the latter, the editorial charge 
of his works, and Autenrieth's editions of the " Gymnasial Pada- 
gogik," the " Homerische Theologie," and the " Commentary on 
the First Three Books of Homer's Hiad " gained him the repute 
of a thorough and judicious scholar, and led to his appointment, 
at an unusually eariy s^e, to the important position which he now 

In 1868, at the request of the publishing house of Teubner & Co., 
of Leipzig, he undertook the preparation of a school dictionary 
of the Diad and Odyssey, which appeared in 1873. This work 
met with favorable criticism in Germany, was translated, within a 
year from its publication, into Dutch, and has passed to its second 
German edition. Of Autenrieth's special fitness for the task of 
compiling such a dictionary, his experience as a practical educator,, 
his devotion for many years to the study of Homer, his numer- 
ous contributions to the admirable Commentary of Ameis, and 
the frequent citation of his name in Crusius's Homeric Lexicon 
(the last edition, that of Seiler and Capelle) furnish sufficient proof. 
Autenrieth's aim has been not only to convey, in the compactest 
form consistent with . clearness, the results of Homeric study and 
criticism up to the present time, but also to communicate such col- 
lateral information as may serve to render the study of Homer in- 
teresting and attractive. Passages of doubtful or difficult interpre- 
tation are translated, and the derivations of 'woiAa i^^iWJ^ixwsL'Ocka 


author, who has made the science of comparative philology a spe* 
cial study, particular attention. A novel feature of the work is the 
introduction into the text of nearly one hundred and fifty small 
wood-cuts — mainly representations of veritable antiques — which 
are designed to give to the student a vivid conception of the 
things mentioned by Homer, by placing before his eyes the war- 
fare, navigation, costume, and sacrificial rites of the Homeric age. 

It was the test of actual use which suggested to the editor the 
idea of translating this book. With it in his hand he read, first 
the Odyssey, then the Hiad. Tried by this test, it seemed to com- 
bine so many excellences that the wish arose in his mind that the 
work might be made generally accessible to students in America 
and in England. From the time when he decided to undertake 
the translation to the present date he has been in frequent corre- 
spondence with the author, calling his attention to articles which 
seemed obscure, and receiving from him the corrections and 
changes which have been incorporated into the second German 
edition. The number of additions made by the editor himself is 
considerable, and many articles have been entirely rewritten, as 
a comparison of the present with the German edition will show. 

Autenrieth's dictionary rests especially upon the labors of three 
distinguished Homeric scholars — Von Nagelsbach, Doderiein, and 
Ameis. The frequent references which, in the original edition, 
are made to these commentators, have been omitted in the trans- 

Autenrieth frequently employs a Latin to define a Greek word. 
The practice commends itself from its conciseness and its precision, 
and the translator has accordingly in most cases continued it ; yet he 
has not felt that he could presuppose, in the case of American stu- 
dents, such an acquaintance with a large Latin vocabulary as would 
justify him in omitting to add (in most cases) an English translation. 

The present dictionary was intended to be primarily one of Ho- 
meric forms. Hence the plan of the work requires that, in the 
definitions of words which are inflected, the first infiexional form 
actually occurring in Homer should begin the article, and not, in 
all cases, the first person singular present indicative active or the 


nominative singular. Whenever, in rare cases, a non-Homeric 
form occupies the first place, this is printed in thin-faced type. 
Occasionally, moreover, a verb which occurs only in a historical 
tense, and is therefore augmented, will be found in that place 
* which the first person singular of its present indicative active 
would properly occupy : e. g., c{-€^0iro, a fioraj Xcyo/ic^ov, will be 
printed but once (to save space), and will be found where (if it 
occurred in Homer) the present, £k-00£Voi, would stand ; so, like- 
wise, e^'TipTra^e will occupy the place properly belonging to ef- 

' The necessity for extreme conciseness and the restriction of the 
work to Homeric usage cause some articles to lack that full ac- 
count of the various meanings of a word, as developed one from 
the other, which is to be found in a general lexicon like that 
of Liddell & Scott. A certain baldness and inadequateness in 
the treatment of many words must, indeed, be a characteristic of 
such a dictionary. The test of the book, however, is its practi- 
cal adaptation to the ends it is intended to serve. The writer's 
own experience has led him to believe that it is well adapted to 
meet the wants of the young student, as well as to be a com- 
panion in the reading of those professional men who have un- 
willingly let their acquaintance with Homer drop because of the 
inconvenience of carrying with them on a journey or to the sea- 
shore a cumbrous lexicon. It is his earnest hope that this book 
— so attractive in form, and procurable at so low a price — will 
render possible, alike in our secondary schools and in our col- 
leges, the reading of a considerably larger portion of Homer than 
has heretofore been attempted. 

The following suggestions as to the use of the book may be 
found serviceable : 

Let the beginning be made by grounding the student carefully 
and thoroughly upon the forms and peculiarities of the Homeric 
dialect, with the necessary constant comparison of Homeric and 
Attic forms. During this stage, the use of the larger lexicon in 
connection with the present volume will be necessary: Two Books 
read in this way would suffice. This done, the second «»tft.^ -^o^^ 


be to proceed mucli more rapidly, requiring of tlie students in 
recitation only an accurate and intelligent translation of the text 
and such knowledge as to the meaning and history of the words 
as this dictionary furnishes. 

The editor's own experience leads him to believe that a pupil with 
this dictionary in his hands will easily read two pages of Homer in 
the time which, with the large lexicon, would be required for one 
page. The dictionary also supplies, in a good degree, the place of 
a commentary, and will be found equally full upon all parts of the 
two poems. The translator even ventures to hope that the pres- 
ent volume, while offering only legitimate help to the student, may 
operate to remove the temptation to resort to translations. He is 
aware of the feeling of dislike with which many teachers regard 
all special lexicons. That there are grave objections to their use 
when they cover only a part of the works of an author seems per- 
fectly clear; for then the vocabulary becomes so brief and the 
range of meaning of the definitions so narrow that translation is 
rendered for the scholar a merely mechanical exercise. These ob- 
jections, however, have little force as respects a special lexicon for 
the Homeric Poems. These poems represent to us every thing, 
in a connected form, which survives of Epic Greek literature. Not 
only do their forms differ so widely from those of Attic usage as 
to constitute a separate dialect, but their vocabulary is an extreme- 
ly copious one,* and contains a great multitude of words which 
are used only once, or but a very few times. This latter class of 
words, it is evident, if occurring in Homer alone, can receive no 
better elucidation from a large dictionary than from a small one, 
while the outlay of time required in seeking them in a volume of 
1600 pages is very great. The requirements of a scheme of lib- 
eral study in our times are so extensive that the necessity of econ- 
omizing labor, whenever it can be done without detriment to men- 
tal discipline, is self-evident. It may be, indeed, that Greek and 
Latin will only be able to hold their place in our courses of higher 
education by welcoming and encouraging every legitimate help 

* The Iliad and the Odyssey contain about 9000 different words. 

by which the labor necessary for acquiring a knowledge of the 
two chief ancient languages, and gaining an acquaintance with 
their literatures, may be abridged. 

There remains for the translator the pleasant duty of mention- 
ing that the proofs of the dictionary have passed under the eye 
of Dr. Autenrieth, of Zweibriicken, and Prof. John H. Wright, late 
of Columbus, Ohio. The references have all been twice verified by 
himself. It will thus be seen that great pains have been taken to 
secure that accuracy which is at once so indispensable and, in a 
work like the present, so difficult to attain. 

Robert Porter Keep. 
WiLLiSTON Seminart, Easthampton, Mass., Sept. 1, 1876. 

The editor avails himself of the opportunity afforded by a 
new issue of the Dictionary to incorporate the corrections which 
have accumulated since its first publication. He wishes to ex- 
press his thanks to Dr. Drisler, Professors F. D. Allen and T. D. 
Seymour, and to Mr. Irving G. Stanton, an undergraduate student 
in Harvard College, for the valuable corrections which they have 
furnished, and to request similar favors in the future from all 

who may use the book. 

R. P. !K. 
Sept, 1, 1878. 

The issue of a new edition of the Dictionary again gives op- f 
portunity for the insertion of corrections, and for some additions 
which suggest a word of introduction. 

On pp. XV., xvi. will be found a new Index, in which the at- 
tempt is made to enumerate, in connection with each cut, all the 
important objects which it illustrates. This Index, which forms 
an almost necessary supplement to that upon pp. xiii., xiv., was 
prepared and furnished to the editor by Professor John Williams 
White, of Harvard College. 

viii PREFACE. 

Pp. xvii.-xxi. are occupied by an outline of the Peculiarities of 
the Homeric Dialect, based, in contents and arrangement, upon 
the excellent sketch which forms the first appendix to Koch's 
Griechiscke Schulfframmatik, 2d ed.yLerpzig: B.G.Teubner, 1871. 
Such an outline seemed likely to be of especial service to those 
friends of the Dictionary — men in professional life — who wish to 
read Homer cursorily and from a text-edition, and who look to 
the Dictionary to furnish all the aid they require. 

The editor would renew his suggestion that the Dictionary 
yields its best results if scholars are not encouraged to use it 
much until they have mastered, by the aid of Liddell and Scott, 
at least one book of Homer. Now that the amount of Xenophon 
required for admission to college is generally read by the aid of 
special vocabularies, the student comes to Homer, in most cases, 
without having used a general dictionary. This is the point at 
which the purchase of a Liddell and Scott should be insisted 
upon. The thorough study of the Homeric forms involves at 
every step their comparison with the corresponding Attic forms, 
and cannot be satisfactorily prosecuted by the aid of the Auten- 
rieth alone. 

When three books of the Hiad have been mastered, the scholai 
will be well prepared for the rapid reading of the Odyssey. 

Passages especially suited for such reading are Bk. V. (Odys- 
seus's departure from Calypso's island) ; Bks. VI. and VII. (his meet' 
ing with Nausicaa and his reception by Alcinous) ; Bks. IX. and 
X. (his account of his adventures with Cyclops, and on Circe's 
island). Any of these passages can be read by ordinary pupils, 
with the use of the Dictionary alone, at the rate of fifty to seventy- 
five lines per hour. And the result of a few weeks of such reading 
will be to develop the confidence of the student in his own power 
to translate (a prerequisite to reading at sight with any success) 
and to greatly increase his interest in Homer. 

In addition to the obligations already acknowledged, the editor 
has to thank for corrections the following friends : Professor J. 
W. White, Professor O. M. Fernald, and Professor J. H. Wright 

Easthampton, Mass., July 1, 1879. K. P. K. 


In sending out the Fourth Edition of the Dictionary, the editor 
desires to express his thanks for the continuance of the favor with 
which, from the first, the book has been received. Acknowledg- 
ments of corrections and suggestions are due to Messrs. F. D. Allen, 
H. Drisler, A. C. Merriam, L. R. Packard, A. S. Pattengill, E. D. 
Perry, T. D. Seymour, J. H. Wright, E. G. Coy, T. D. Goodell. The 
editor has also had before him, in this revision, the third edition 
of the original work (Leipzig, 1881), containing much new matter. 
Perhaps the most noticeable changes will be found in the ety- 
mologies : these have been carefully revised, and some have been 
dropped as not supported by sufficient authority. 

It is possible that not all teachers and scholars realize what can 
be done in the way of rapid reading by the use of the Dictionary, 
and attention is therefore called to the following extract from a 
letter from one of the professors in Greek in an important Westein 
college : 

'* In view of your aim in making the book an aid to rapid trans- 
lation, I think perhaps you will be interested in learning that my 
class of seventy-five freshmen have read ten books of the Odyssey, 
and one half of the class have read eleven books. As we do not 
require any Homer in preparation for college, they had to learn 
the Epic dialect to begin with. They have almost universally 
used your book." 

With reference to this same matter, the account given by Pro- 
fessor A. C. Merriam, of Columbia College, of the results of his 
experiments in rapid reading {Transactions of the American Philor 
logical Association, Vol. XL, 1880), will be found suggestive. 

For changes and corrections in this issue of the Homeric Dic- 
• tionary, the editor acknowledges obligation to Messrs. B. Perrin, 
G. F. Nicolassep, and W. B. Richards. 

R. P. K. 

Free Academy, Norwich, Conn., Jm/^, 1886. 



Beferences are made to the several books of the Iliad and the Odyssey re- 
spectively, according to the usage of the ancient commentators, by the large 
and smfdl letters of the Greek alphabet. Thus A 10 signifies Iliad, Bk. I., 
line 10 ; and at 8 signifies Odyssey, Bk. XXIV., line 8 ; or, in detail : 


... Iliad.... L 

. . .Odyssey 



....II. . 




....III. . 




• •••X*« ■ 



















• • • aX-X^* • 


K . 


■ • • • J^9 • 




• • ■ • i^k-X* • 




• • ■ • Jk,l.X« • 


. .a 



. .n 
..< - 


N Iliad....XIII. 

S" "XTV 

o " ....XV. 

II* •••• •••• JL, V X* 


^rm • ■ • • 




Jk • • • • 

tt • • • a 

• M • • • • 

• • • • .A. T XX* • 

" ....xvin.. 

• • • • ^\.X A.« • 

• • • • .Xk-XX* • 

• • • »XL,Jk.Xm • 

• • ■ • ^k.^k,XX« 

• • • • JLxkXIX* • 

• « • • A aX V« • 






. . .o 
. . • <r 

. . .0 


The character t designates Homeric awal Xeyofisva. 

Two references connected by the word and designate Slg Xeyo/xtva. 

XL or Od. affixed to a definition denotes that the word defined occurs only 
in the Iliad or only in the Odyssey. 

The references in general are to be understood as explanatory, and not 
as exhaustive: they are uniformly made to the small Teubner edition of the 
Iliad and Odyssey, edited by Dindorf. 

To aid the eye, the first word of each article, or, if that chance not to occur 
in Homer, the first Homenc form, is printed in full-faced type. 

The characters P and j represent the semi- vowel spirants v (w) and y. 



acc. signifies accasative. 

mid. sij 


act, * 

' active. 




• adjective. 

Dent., ntr. 


adv. * 

* adverb. 



aor. ' 

* aorist. 



ct * 

* c o u f e r, compare. 



coen. * 
coll. « 

* connate. 

* collective. 





coll. forms * 

' collateral forms. 

pf., pert 


^%^ww% w% ( 

t (commonly; common 
\ gender. 






comp. * 

* comparative. 



compd. * 

' compound. 



couj. • 

• conjanction. 



constr. * 

* construction. 

q. V. 


dat. ' 

' dative. 



dep. * 

' deponent 



d., do. * 

' danl. 



epith. • 

' epithet. 



esp. * 

* especially. 

sing., 8., sg 



eaphem. * 
exc • 

' enphemistically. 
' except. 

sq., eqq. 


fem. * 

* feminine. 




• following. 



foreg. ' 

' f«)regoing. 




' frequent. 



fat. ' 

' future. 



jen. ' 

mp. * 

indie * 

' genitive. 

* imperative. 

* udicative. 







* infinitive. 


nstr. ' 

* instrumental. 



intrans. • 

• ntransitive. 

in tmesi) 


' m perfect. 

tm. V 


irreg. * 

' irregnlar. 

tmesis j 

iter. * 

K. T. X. * 

' iterative. 

* Ka't Tti Kotnd, etC. 



lit. ' 

* literally. 



mascimsc. * 

' masculine. 


met. • 

* metaphorical. 



oppo8ed to. 






person, personal 





quod vide, see. 



scilicet, supply. 



(sequens, seqnen* 
\ tia. 

subject, subjunctive. 





verbal adjective. 

vide, see. 

varia lectio, dif- 
ereut reading. 


^separation of preposi- 
■< tiou from verli in a 
( compound, 
fin the arsis (the accent- 
\ ed syllable of the foot), 
/adjectives of one, two, 
\ or three terminations. 



1. 'A/ui/toi/, page 26. 


2. afxirvKaj 27. 


3. a/JLtplftpOTTI^, 28. 


4. dfi(piyvot(Tif2S. 

5. a/x<i(>tc\t<r<rt}v, 29. 

6. dt/x^i<^a\os,30. 


7. &iJi<f>i^opTJi9^ 30f 31. 


8. dvadiarfit}v, 33. 


9. airrug, of shield, 40. 


10. airru|, of chariot, 41. 

11. <i^ti/ij,41. 


12. ao/o, 42. 


13. diniini, 44. 


14. Apaar&aif 51. 


15. dp/jLovidooVf 54. 


16. a<rico9, 56. 


17, 18. a<nris (two cuts), 56, 57. See 


also airrv^y &op» 


19. doTTpdyaXoif 58. 


20. auXanris, 60. 


21. a<p\aaTOVy 63. 


22. 'AxiXXeu?, 64. 

23. /3a0u^(oi/ot, 65. 


24. B/oi<rrj*«, 70. 


25. /3ft»/xos, 71. 


26. youi/oDaOai, 76. 


27. •ytti/oirrds, 77. 

28. tfats, 78. 



29. ^atT/t>o«, 78. 


80. 6do^, 79. 


81. 5feVa9,81. 


diarfiaTa. See dvaSiiXfitiu, 


32. dtK\ide9, 87. 


33. Si<TK09y 88. 


34. ^/ouoxot, 90. 


36. e5o</)os, 94. 


36. e^iot;, 94. 


87. ejrrai/UEti/, 112. 


38. £Trij3\i7«, 119. 


39. t7ri<r<pvpioiiy 124. 

40. eiriTovos, 124. 


41. i/oe-r/udif, 127. 


42. 'E/oti/u?, 128. 


43, 44. 'ipfia (two cuts), 129. 


45. liarrwp, 132. 


46. iiTYapVi 132. 

47. €u$ft)i/oi, 134. 

cvKi^>iAtde9. See dfi<^i^p6n]i. 


ivarariXfioVy 136. 

50. X.'^yov (two cuts), 141 i 

^w/ua, 141. 

Iw/Aa, as part of armor. See &op^ 

figure of Aeneas, and Kvvir\, 
^a»i/f)i/, 141. 
54. ^XoKarti, 144. 
vvioxo^i 146. 
daipouiy 148. 
6p6vo9. See afitrvKa* 
idvaQXay 154. 
Qu(Oy 154. 
tJw/orj^, 154. 
l/udy, 158. 

loTlOI/y 161. 

tffToirt^Tj, 161. 
iffTo's, 161. 
icd\ov9, 165. 

KaX-TTtl/, 166. 

KaXu-TTT/orj, 166. \ 

KavMv, 167. See also aopj dtr'rrtvf 

Ktpdfxtpy 176. 
if»7i>, 177. 
KtDapt^e, 178. 
Ki6apt<rrv9, 178. 
kXtji's, 180. 
KXiimip, 180. 
fcXt(r/xo9, 181. 

KpvStp.VOVj 186. 

KpriTiip. See dfK^K^oprii^, 

KpiKoVy 186. See also ^uydi;, cffTOJ/o. 

Kvvir\, See p. 58. 

Xatanta, 191. 

81. Xa/uirrnp (two cuts), 192. 

Xt/3»)s, 1^3. 

XctjSui/, 193. 

Xfira^i/a, 194. 

Xii/oOctf/or;^, 196. See also ao/o, figure 

of Ajax. 
\ivov. See ^XoKaTtj. 
88. Xo>os (two cuts), 197. 
lxa\aLpr\y 201. 
fxtyapoVf 202. 
fxiffoSfiij, in ship, 207. 
fitaoSuri, in house. See fiiyapov. 
fA})puaravTo, See (i/A<^teXt<rffii9« 



93. ^/</>os, 223. 

94, 95. oh'iLov (two cuts), 226. 
96, 97. oKTTBviLi; (two cuts), 228. 

98. dKTUKvtjfxa^ 229. 

99. O|U0aXos, 232. 
*0/3fcaTt|9. See edpt}, 

100. o/o/uo$, 236. 

oupiaxo^. See &fi<pi,y6ot<ri, 

101. '7ra/07;o/uos, 249. 

102. frtfiTtdiftuKay 2«')4. 

103. irtVXos, 255. 

104. inpovUy 258. 

105. Trearaoia-ij 259. 

106. 107. 'n-riaaXioi; (twO CUts), 260. 

108. nroiKiKfiacrif 264. 


109. fruyfidxoi, 276. 

110. ir«/t>i7, 278. 

111. ircofia, 278. 

112. |0»;y€a, 280. 

113. pvfioij 281. 

114. 2!et/}7;i/£9, 283. 

115. CK^TTT/JOI/, 286. 

116. 2/iti/eeus, 287. 

117. arififia, 289. 

118. <rHXii, 289. 
cr<^dX^ov<nv, See Afiviov, 

119. tr<ptv86vr\y 293. 
<r)(c^tr;«. See dpfiovidcav, 

120. Ta\0u/3io«, 295. 

121. TcXa/Awi/, 298. 
Tvrpa(pa\r\pov. See auXorirtv. 

122. TCT/od4>a\os, 300. 

123. Tpi^ifitvai, 307. 

124. T/oiyXtji/o, 307, 

125. T/otTTouy, 307. 

126. T/9O7ros,308. See also i6a<f>o^ and 


127. TpvTrdi/tpy 308. 

128. T/oi;</>d\'£ia, 309. See also ain 

Tuirrw. See lirrtoi^. 

129. v<f>aivoo, 317. 

130. (papiTprif 319. 

131. (fyopfxiy^y 324. 

132. (ftoprii, 324. 

133. ^/ouyES, 325. 

134. Xifiaipa, 330. 
vt'i'<*>i'* See Xatcnjta. 



I. Chariot at Rest. (From ancient vase.) 
II. Chariot in Motion. (From relief of frieze of the Parthenon.)* 

III. Ground-plan of House of Odysseus, as drawn by L. Gerlach. 

IV. The Ship of the Homeric Age. (Inserted, by permission of Mr. Merry, 

from Merry's " Odyssey." Macmillan, 1873.)* 

V. Map of the Trojan Plain, with designation of the chief natural features, 
and of the various sites where it has been sought to locate the city 
Troja. (From Kiepert's Atlas of Hellas and the Hellenic Colonies. 
Berlin, 1872.)* 

* Plates II., IV., and Y. have been added by the translator. 


(The number of the cut comes first, then the page, then the words that the cut inostratea) 

1, 26. ifiviov^ fAaxaipa, (rt^a^co. 

2. 27. a/jLTTv^^ dpovoif ladfuovj icaXu/u/ia, 

3, 28. AfKbi^poTTiij cvici/fj/xiv, '^atarrvpf 
vu)pri^y \6tfi09f fxirprj, 

4. 28. alxjjLii, a/u^tyuos, 66pvj oiipia- 

Xos, aavpooTiip. 

5. 29. d/ii^tcXt<r<rt}9, fxrjpvto, 

6. 30. &/j.^i<l>a\oi, 

7, 30 and 31. &.fi(fii<poptv^, KprjTvP' 
8, 33. dvadicTfirij Sia/xaTaj KoKvj^, 
9, 40. airru^, <ra<cos. 
10, 41. airrv^, dpp-fiy di<Ppo9f o2»j^, reti/co. 

11. 41. a^i'vTl, Kvvtrif Kocfto^. 

12. 42. oio/o, AopTvpf (i<nrtv, ^co/tia, Oco/o?}^, 

KavutVf \ivoO(opi]^y Xocpoij VTt- 

13, 44. Ainiuri, 

14, 51. Apdofiat, [6, trxE^/i). 

15, 54. dpfxoviaf yofi<poi C, uipiovy crTap.iv 
16, 56. (icrfcof. 

17. 56. a(nr/«, auXwTrtv, Kavoai/y \6<po9y 

18. 57. a£y(«, (ia'Tris, auXcuxts, Xo<^09, 


19, 58. <l<rT/[)ayaXo«. 

20, 60. aifXSjTTiiy Kv/x^axo^ 5, \6<f}o^y tc- 

Tpa(pd\r]poVf <pd\o9, 

21, 63. &<p\aarTov, Kopvfx^aj KoptovU. 
22, 64. do-Tgpoets, 'Aj^iXXeus, eyx**** ^''''' 

23, 65. /3a0u^a)i/o9, ^aduKoXwoi, 

24, 70. B/otaf)t9, XetjSo). 
25, 71. piofioi. 

26, 76. yivnov, yovvov/nat, 

27, 77. •yoioi/Tos, toJ^ov, 

28, 78. fiai«. 

29, 78. iaiTpo^f KptjTnpf irpoxooi, ■ 

30, 79. aao«. 

31, 81. d&'irav. 

32, 87. dcicXi9, cirt/3X)}s, ^euyi/v/ut, kXtjis, 


33, 88. Si<xK09, KUTtofjidStoi, 

34, 90. ipvo\o9y TpoiTK a, <mipf\ e. 

84 94. dpfiovia, iia(f}09, eTnjyKtvi^ c, ^v- 
yoi/, iKptoVf kXtiU, iniV9f arKaX' 
tio^ e. 

36, 94. 


39, 124. 
40, 124. 

41. 127. 

42. 128. 

43. 129. 

44, 129. 
45, 132. 

46, 132. 
47, 134. 

48, 136. 
49, 141. 

60, 141. 
51, 141. 
52, 141. 
53, 144. 
54, 144. 
55, 146. 
56, 148. 
57, 154. 
58, 154. 
59, 154. 
60, 158. 
62, 161. 
63, 161. 

64. 165. 

65. 166. 

66. 166. 

67. 167. 

68. 176. 

69. 177. 

70. 178. 
71, 178. 
72, 180. 
73, 180. 

'idprj, dwprj^f KXvTat/jLV^arTptif 

Xo0O9, fliTpiJf CT/OeTrTOS. 

ivravutOf ipvMy Tavv<rrv9y to- 

i'TTifiXt^^j daipoi, fcXtjts. 
i7ria<pvpi0Vy KinjfiU, 
kirlTovoij KXf)t9, viripa, 
d<pXa<rroVy iptTfiov, KXijtv, ko* 

ptovhy Kvifif)f Tinrr(o, 
yXavKutfrtij ipp-a, Xardfuov, Ke- 

KpvtftaXoVy opfio^j <rrt(l}dtnj, 
'ipfia, taOfiioVy op/jLOSf trrt<pdtni, 
eo-Tco/o, ^vyodtcfiov, KpiKov, iri" 

taxapn- ^ 

ev^cui/o9, evTrXoKOfiUy '^^if^j koX" 

Xi^tt)vo9, KaXXvirXoKafioVf icd- 

Xvfxfjia, KaXvirrprim 
eu(r<reX/ii09, viripa, 
yvdfiiTTUi^ yXcoxU 6, earTtop^ ^€w- 

yXri d, ^vyodttrfAov 6, ^uyov, 

KpiKoVf o£f/^, ofi(ftako9 a. 

^XdicaTo, ^Xaicdnj, Xivov, 

ijXaKdTrjj Xivov. 

nvioyoi, ofKpaXo^j 6fi(l>aX6eitm 

Oai/Doy, £7ri/3Xij9. 


dujpri^y KpuTaiyvaXo^, 
iiri^Xijif ifid^y icXtji9, KXrjtct, 

lOTiou, Tinrroo. 

laToirtdrfy l<rT09. 
i(rT09, KtpKi^ffiiTOVj u(f>aii/co, 
t<rT09, KoXcoif kX»jiv, oiniov. 
^£tfi/r}, tad/iiioif, KaXirLVj ic/o^i/ij. 
KoXufifxaf KaXvirrpri, 
Kaviiiv, irrixv^, to^oi/. 
Ktpafxo^^ irido^. 
Kvp, TdXavToi/, 


fcXr}i9,ico/9cui;r}, Kunni, 

QpflVO^f KXufTVPi TUirflVm 


74, 181. Qprjvoi^ KaXvjJifAaf *co\uirr/orj, 

75, 186. Kpndefivov. 

76, 31. Kpr\Trip, Sifi(f)i<poptvij Trpo^oo^. 

11^ 186. ^twyXt;, Kp'iKov. 

78, 58. ak\o(po^^ affTtpoeiv^ ^wfia^ ^ay 

CTTriPf d(opr}^j Kuvitif fiiTpt]. 
79, 191 and 330. 6i(ppo^j '^^pVi S<»»o-'''»;/t>, 

poii^y yjLTUiV, 

80, 192. Xa/XTTTt}/}. 

81, 192. Xa/UTTTlJ/O. 

82, 193. Xi^rj9,'7rp6-xpo^, 

83. 193. XeijSo). 

84. 194. Xitradvov a,, oirj^J', 

85. 196. ^oJCTn/O, vdtprij^^ KavdoVf Kvvif\, 

XaiarjioVf XivoQwpt]^^ impo- 
licy (m<f)cn/r}. 
86, 144. XivoVf TiXaKciTrj, 

87. 197. A.O0O9, crrtcfydvij. 
88, 197. Xd^os, <rTe</)oi/»i. 

89, 201. fidxatpa, 

90, 202. fiiyapov, io-xa/ot), fitXadpov, 

utaroSfirjf ^Tratos, dpaodvpri. 


91, 207. laTos, fiBorodfirj a. 
92, 215. /tiuXrj. 

93, 223. ^i«^o«, (TTt<f}dtnij reXa/uwv, t«/o- 

94, 226. olvioVf icXtjtv, Kopwvii, 

95, 226. olfjioi/, Kopcovic. 

96, 228, yXv(piSriy olarTtvtOf ttt/xus, to- 

97, 228. yXvtpiSrif ol<rrevtOf •tt^X'"* '''<^ 

98) 229. (li/Ocfidetf, dtcTOKinifioi, 
99, 232. ofi<l>aXo9. 

100, 236. 1(r6/Aioi/, oppLoc, 

101, 249. irapriopoc, 

102, 254, KpoTtvTai^ Xtl^ut^ S^tXotf ire/u- 


103, 255. ireirXo?. 

104, 258. icXqis, trifidmi, iropmn* 

105, 259. 

106, 260. 

107, 260. 

108, 264. 

109, 276. 

113, 281. 
114, 283. 

118, 289. 

119, 293. 
121, 298. 


123, 307. 
124, 307. 
125, 807, 
129, 317. 
130, 319. 
131, 324. 

132. 324. 

133. 325. 
134, 330. 
135, 335. 
Plate I. 

« II. 

" in. 

« IV. 
" V. 





ircofjiaf To^ov. 

dprjvocy dpovoi, KXiapioCy prjyo^ 

vpoat^vnCj pvpoc. 
irpoTovoc, Sct/OT/I/. 
(TKriirrpoVy TiXapLWif, 





Kijpv^j TaX6u/3ios. 

KaratTu^, d/i<^aXJcts, TaXa(h 

/oti/ov, TcXa/ufioj/. 
avXaoiriiy Kopvv^ X6<po9y <rTe<f>d' 

miy TeTpd(paXo9, 
ipBTfxov, T/ooirds. 
ifidiy Tpinravov. 
X6<poif T/ov^aXeta, <f>dXoi. 
piiTO'Sy V(j>aivai. 
To^oVj (paptTptj. 

irrixo^y To^oi/, ^pv^, 
'rrru^f 'Qiceai/ds, 
Hpfxa^ irapiiopLoj 'jrapr\op6^^ pu* 



aidovara^ *EpKeXo9 g^ QaXafxo^, 
QoXo^ ky bvptTpa 0, Kidiv J\ 
irpoSofioi DDf irpoOvpotf << 
dpaodupri h, 

i/tjus, 7rou«, 







1. i| is regularly foand when, in Attic, a only would be admissible, e. g. ayofni, 

2. Similarly, ci is sometimes found for c, ov for o> e.g. ^iivoQy'XPV(TuoQ, vovkuQ, 


3. More rarely oi is found for o, oki for ok, tj for c, e. g. -ttvoi^, qUtoq, Ti&fifievog. 

4. By what is called metathesis quantitatis, ao becomes co> (for dw). 

Similarly, we have 'iug and doct direpiiffiog and dTreipttriog k. t. X. 


1. Contraction, when it occurs, follows the ordinary rules, except that co and 

cov form cv, e. g. daptrfVQi, /3d\Xei;. 

2. But the contraction often does not take place, e. g. akKtav ; and a few unusual 

contractions occur, e. g. ipog (ifpof), litotrag (fiorjaag'), ivppiiog instead of 
ivppkovg from ivppk-tog. 

3. Two vowels which do not form a diphthong are often blended in pronuncia- 

tion (synizesis), e. g. 'ArpuSku), dr^ au, iirfi ou, r} ov. 

Hiatus is allowed : ^' h^^^us. 

1. After the vowels i and v, 

2. When the two words are separated by caesura or a mark of punctuation. 

3. When the final (preceding) vowel is long and in arsis. 

4. When the final (preceding) vowel, though naturally long, stands in thesis 

and has been shortened before the following short vowel. 

5. When the final vowel of the preceding word has been lost by elision, e. g.: 

1. iraiSi 07ra<T(r6v, — w w | — w. 

2. 'OXvfiTru, oif vu r 'Odv(r<T£vg, ^ | — ww | — w^^ | . 

3. avnOiy 'O^ueri/i, — w w | — ^^ | — »^. 

4. 'TrXdyx^V e Trei , — w w | — . 

5. aXyt idioKeVf — ^ w | — w. 

Remark. — Many apparent cases of hiatus result from the loss of a di- 
gamma or other consonant, e. g. t6v d' i^fidper iireira fdva^ avdpojv 
' Ay a/iifivi*tv, 


Elision is much more frequent than in prose, ok, c, i, o are elided in declension 
and conjugation ; cii in the endings /xai, aai, rai, trOai ; oi in yLov\ v \w otu 



Before a consonant, the final short vowel of apa, and of the preps, ava, irapd, 
Kara, may be cut off (apocope). 

Itemark. — The accent in this case recedes to the first syllable, and the 
consonant (now final) is assimilated to the following consonant, e. g. kclS 
dvi/afjiiVf kolWittIj cifjt irediov. 


1. Single consonants, esp. X, |&, v, p, and o*, at the beginning of a word, after a 

vowel, are frequently doubled, e. g. ikXa(3ov^ ToatroQ. So also a short final 
vowel before a follg. liquid is often lengthened by doubling (in pronuncia- 
tion, though not in writing) the liquid, e. g. ivi fieydpoitn. 

2. Metathesis of vowel and liquid is common, e. g. Kpadiri and Kapdirj, Odpaoc 

and Opdffog, 



1. The termination ^i(v) serves for the ending of the gen. and dat. sing, and 

pL, e. g. eK tifi/fj'<pi^ /3iij-0i, 6(rr£o0i Oi'c, (fi>v 'iiriroKTiv Kai ox€<t0i. 

2. The three local suffixes 0i, Osv, df answer the questions where ? whence ? 

whither ? e. g. oikoOl, oifpavoOtv, opde Sofiovde. 


1. For a we find always tj, e. g. ^piy, vepvirjg^ except Oid. 

2. The nom. sing, of some masculines in -t|s is shortened to -&, e. g. iTr^rdra, 


3. The gen. sing, of masculines ends in -So or -c«, e. g. *ATpeidao and 'Arpsi^eut, 

4. The gen. pi. of masculines ends in -d«v or nfow (rarely contracted, as in 

Attic, into -«v), e. g. Otcnitv, vavr'novy waptiiov. 

5. The dat pi. ends in -jj^m or -^js, rarely in -ens, e. g. irvXym, ffx*^9f » ^^* Oeaig. 


1. The gen. sing, has retained the old ending in ho, which, added to the stem, 

gives the termination -oio. Rarely occurs the termination -oo— more 
commonly the Attic ending -ov. Cf. H. 39 Hem. a, 32 d. Cf. also G. 9, 2. 

2. The gen. and dat. dual end in -oiiv. 

3. The dat pi. ends in -oio-i or -ois. 


1. The gen. and dat dual end in -oiiv, e. g. vroSohv. 

2. Dat pi. -o-i, -oxri, usually joined to a consonant stem by a connecting vowel 

c, e. g. irod-e'traiv and Troctri, pekettrm, pkXicrfftf ^iXtm. 

3. Stems ending in -o- are generally uncontracted in declension, but -cos often 

contracts into -cvs* 

4. Words in -is generally retain the i in all their cases, e. g. fiavriq^ fidvriog. 

Remark. — For the various forms of 7roXtc» "vid. sub voc. in Lex. 

5. Stems in -cv generally lengthen c to t| in compensation for the omitted v 

(f), e. g. )3a<nX^oc, j3a<nX^i. But proper names may retain the c, e. g. 



1. The feminine of adjs. of the 1st and 3d declensions is always formed in i|, e. g. 

6/ioii7, altrxprii exc. Sia. 

2. The Attic role, that compd. adjs. have only two terminations, is not strictly 

observed, and, vice vers&, some adjs. which in Attic have three termina- 
tions have onlj two in Homer. 

3. Adjs. in -vs are often of only two terminations, and often change the fem. 

-CIA to -cok or -cv|. For the various declensional forms of ttoXv^, vid. sub 
voc. in Lex. 

4. The comp. and superl endings -Cov and -urras are much more extensively 

used in the Homeric than in the Attic dialect. 


1. For special forms of pers. prons., vid. sub voce, eyw, vCk^ rifitig- *rvj <r<pmy 

vfjuig. ov, (r0a>e, aipkiov, 

2. 6, -q, ri, in Homer, is dem. pron. In nom. pi. the forms rot and rai occur 

by the side of ol and okl. The forms beginning with t have often relative 
signif., vid. sub voc. in Lex. Toh^itrai and Totadem are forms of ode. 
Kslvog is another form for iKtivog. 

3. For peculiar forms of rel. pron., as well as for demonstr. meaning of some of 

these forms, vid. sub voc. og. 

4. For peculiar forms of interrog., indef , and indef. reL prons., vid. sub voce. 

rig. Tig, and ^<mg. 



1. The augment may be omitted ; in this case the accent is thrown back as far 

as possible toward the beginning of the word. MonosyUabic forms with 
a long vowel take the circumflex, e. g. Xv<ye (t\v(Tt), ^ij (J^r)). 

2. The 2d ^or. act. and midd. is often formed in Homer by a reduplication. 

The only examples of a similar formation in Attic are f}ya-yov^ -qviyKov 
(iji/-€V€ic-o-i/), and dirov (iftfiTrov). Among the examples of reduplicated 
aorists may be mentioned : iTrktppaSov (0pa^«i), eKSKXiro and kskXeto (ke- 
\ofiai)y iri^ideadai (iptidofiai), TrtiriSofJitv [vreiOio), vrevrvOoiTo {irvvi^dvonai)^ 
dfiTTfiraXiov {dvairdXXui). Examples of a very peculiar reduplication are 
kvin-air-ov (eVtTrrw) and ep(fK-aK-ov (e/ovica)). Here the last consonant of 
the stem is repeated after a connecting ok. 

3. There are a few examples of a reduplicated fut. of similar formation with 

the reduplicated aor., e. g. 7r€0td^(ro/iac, ireiriOrifftit. 


1. The older endings of the sing, number /it, <T9a, <n, are common in Homer: 

iOiXwfu (subj.), eOkXrjxn (also written iOkXytri). 

2. The ending of the 3d pers. dual in the historical tenses is -rov as well as 

-Ti|v in the act., -orOov as well as -<r6t|v in the midd., voice. In 1st pers. 
pL, |M«6a is used for (uOo, and p«<r6ov for 1st pers. dual. 

3. The 2d sing. midd. and pass, often loses <r and remains uncontracted, e. g. 

I^ai, l^a^iOy iirXio (also tvrXev^ ittvaao. In perf. midd., liipXr^ai occurs 
for PkpXfiffaL 


4. For the 3d pi. endings -vrai and -vto, -arat and -aro are often substituted, 

e. g. dEdaiarai^ y^voiaro. Before these endings (-arai and -aro) smooth 
or middle labial or palatal mutes are chang^ to rough, e. g. rerpdipaTai 

5. The inf. act. frequently ends in -ficvoi, also shortened to -|uv, e. g. dKovk/i(- 

vai, Te9vafin'{ai). The 2d aor. inf. appears also in the form -^ctv, e. g. 
Oavkiiv. There are one or two examples of a pres. inf. in -rjfievat and 
'^vai from verbs in -Aw and -ew, e. g. tpoprjvai ( = 0o/O(£)'). 

6. The endings -o-icov and -aicdfiT|v express repetition of the action, and are 

called iterative endings. I'hey have the inflection of the ipf. of verbs in 
-«, and are rarely augmented. They are attached to the ipf. and 2d aor. 
of verbs in -« by the connecting vowel c, rarely a, e. g. jx-e-fficov, pivr-a- 
tfKov^ <ltvy-€-(TKe. When joined to the 1st aor., these endings follow direct- 
ly after the connecting vowel of the aor., e. g. eKdaa-ffKEy fivfi<rd-aKiTo. 
Verbs in -jii append the iterative endings directly to the stem : i^a-oKov, 
ard'OKoVf Kt-oKtro (ice(-/xa(), ia-Kov ( = ta-OKov from *i/iO* 


The long mood-vowels of the subj. are frequently shortened to c and o, e. g. 
iop,iv for 1(0/161/, OtjpriKofiev for 9wpr}^u)iJiEVy €V^eai for ev^tjai ( = cv^y). This 
shortening is especially commop in 1st aor. subj., which might, in that 
case, easily be confounded with fut. indie. 


1. Verbs in -a« appear in open, contracted, and expanded (assimilated) forms. 

The expansion consists in prefixing to the long contracted vowel a like- 
sounding, short, accented vowe\,e.s.6p6u),6pdg„i\6io(nA\dav. Cf G. 120.b. 
Remark. — Sometimes, for the sake of the requirements of metre, a long 
rowel is prefixed ; or the short vowel is affixed, instead of prefixed, to the 
long, contracted vowel, e. g. rijidtatffa, riPiaovng. 

2. Verbs in -cw are generally uncontracted, but sometimes form ci from ec and 

€«, tj from €€, €v from €o or eov. In uncontracted forms the stem-vowel € 
is sometimes lengthened to ci. 

3. Verbs in -6» are generally contracted ; in open forms the stem-vowel o is 

generally lengthened into «»• Resolved forms are: dpouHnJor dpovm,' 
Crji6t{>ev for drjioiev. 


1. Many presents in -t« are formed from stems ending in y, e. g. 7roXe/it^a> 
(fut. 7roAe/iii$o/i€i^), fiaffTi^o) (aor. fidari^ev). The stem of TrXa^w ends in 
"YY» ^- ?• ^^^- P*ss. nXdyxOriv. 

2». Several presents in -oww are fonned from lingual stems, e.g. Kopvaaut (perf. 
pass. ptc. KtKopvOfifvot;'), Xiatrofiai (aor. eXXwra/Aiyv). 

3. vitiii shows a stem vif, e. g. vit/zaerOai. 

4. Several other vowel stems, additional to icai'w and KXaitt), form the present 

stem by the addition of i, e. g. fiaiofiai (perf fikfiafiEv). 



1. Such pure verbs as do not lengthen the final stem-vowel, in the formation 
of their tenses, before a single consonant, often double <r in the fut and 
Ist aor. act. and midd., e. g. a/^trrtro/iai, vsiKurffe, hdrvtrffe. Sometimes 
the stems in -8 show a similar doubling of <r, e. g. KOfiiaaaro, 


8. The fut of liquid verbs is generally nncontracted, e. g. fievtu), dyytXiw. A 
few liquid stems take the tense-sign o*, e. g. iKkXaa^uv (iciXAw), Kevtrat 
(«i/r€w), dtpae (o/o-vi;/it). 

3. A few verbs form the 1st aor. act. and midd. without <r, e. g. tx^va and ^eua 

(;^aw=x€i;a>), efftreva ((tcww), i^XevarOy aXaatrOai (oXevoftat), e/ci^a, subj. KrjO' 
fuVy inf. Kfjai (^Kaiui). 

4. o and c sometimes take the place of a as connecting vowels of the 1st aor., 

e. g. I^ov, l^eg (\Kvkofiai)t dvaeTo (^uw). Similarly, the imvs. pfjtreo (paivw^ 
opaso and optrtv (op-wiii)^ aXin (ay(i>), olai (jphpiii), and the infins. a^sfit- 
vai^ (rautaefisp^ KiXivaifiivai, occur ; and a single example of an aor. ptc. 
with connecting vowel o is seen in dvtrofiivoi: (a 24). 

5. A 2d aor. act and midd. is often formed, similarly to the aor. of verbs in -f&i, 

without a connecting vowel. Of this formation there are many instances, 
e. g. erra, eicrdv, ticraro (stem Krd=Krei/)f <rvTo (aivu})j txvTo (j^co)), Xuro 
(Xvw), opts. (ftOifjirfv, <p9iTo — inf. (pQirrQai — ptc. tpOijMvoc (^t-v-a>), t/3X?/ro, 
P\rj<r9ai (/3aXA(i>), oKto (aXXofta*), dexro {Sexofxai^ ifiiicTO and fiiKTO {p,i- 
yvvfii). The imvs. kbicKvOi and KkicXwe are similarly formed from a redu- 
plicated stem. 


2. In the forms efifiopa (^fieipofiai) and taavfiai (fftvw) we see the same doubling 
of the initial consonant of the stem after the augment (reduplication), as if 
the stem began with p. The reduplication has been lost in dex^'''^'' (=^£- 
diyfiEvoi (itri), and is irregular in deidiyfiai (dixofiai) and ShSoiku or dddia. 

2. The 1st perf is formed from vowel-stems alone. The 2d perf. is very com- 

mon, but always without aspiration, e. g. KSKoira (jcoTrrw). There occur 
frequently forms from vowel-stems which have lost the tense-sign k, esp. 
perf ptcs., e. g. impvaai ( =7rc0v«cflr<ri), jSefBaprioreg (Papsio)^ KeKfirj^jra {Kap.' 
vol), TeOvriCJTOQ and rsOvriorog {Oi^ijdKui). 

3. In the plupf the older endings -c&, -c&s, -cc(v) contracted ct(i/) or tj appear, 

e.g. irsOrjTriay ydea k.t.X. (cf. ySea—ydsaap^ with Lat. videram ; ydiag 
=yde(ragt with Lat. videras ; yhaav=yhaavT, with Lat. viderant> 


L The 3d pi. indie, often ends in -cv instead of -ricrav, e. g. efiixOev, ^o^rjOevy 


2. The subj. remains uncontracted, the c of the pass, sign is often lengthened 
to ci or tj, and the follg. mood sign shortened to c or o, e. g. daeioj (stem 
^o), dafieiyg or Safifjyg {ddixvripi). 

Remark. — A very peculiar form is rpairtiopev, by metathesis, for Top- 
wfiofuv {=Tapirani€Vf 2d aor. pass, from rkpTrto) (S 314). 

V. VERBS IN -fll. 

1. Forms of the pres. indie, of verbs in -ni occur as if from verbs in -c« and -ow. 

2. As the ending of the 3d pi. of the ipf. and 2d aor. act., v often takes the place 

of «rav, e. g. uv (Uaav)j Itrrav and ardv (itrrritTav), ipav and jSdv (^tprjtjav), 
i<pav and ^dy (jb<l»aaav\ ttpw (t^utrav). 

3. In the 2d aor. subj. act., to meet the requirements of the verse, the mood 

sign is sometimes shortened and the stem-vowel lengthened. Thus arise 
such forms as Oeiut, OtiyCf and Orjyg ; urrjyg, yvww, Swrjai, and dioy. Some- 
times the a of the stem is weakened to c, and this again protracted to ci. 
Thus arise the forms arkiopiv and trruofiiv (^=(Tr&p(v\ (3tioptv (^=zl3Cjpev). 
A, For peculiar Homeric forms from the verbs 'i<TTrip,ij riOrjfn, 'irj/iiy didwfiiy tipi^ 
illii, dUOf vfiatf and Keificu, vid. sab voce, in Lex. 



A- in composition — (1) so-called a 
privativura, see av. — (2) a copu- 
lativum, orig. *<ra (of. ii-fiUy English 
same), then d-,d'^ 6- contains the idea 
ofunion or likeness, Lat. idem or un&, 
e. g. livag, doWfj^, a^vXoi'y dOpoog^ drd- 
\avToc, oTpix^c (in words like dOpoog 
cf. dfiaprrj, the existence of an a in- 
tensivum was formerly, bat incor- 
rectly, assumed). — (3) a protheti- 
c am, simple euphonic prefix (like • and 
«in Low Latin istatus, ispero; Ital- 
ian esperanza; French esp^rance, 
etat), e. g. dXei^tu, aftao) , deiputy dfikX- 
ya», dfivvut, dv^iog, dvoiva, davaipitt, 
d(rraxvQ<, dartfiiprii:, dtrrfip. 

&, interjection expressive of pity or 
horror, freq. with SnXkf dtiXoif dciXui, 
^ 361, A 816. P 443. 

k-&a,rov [^— ^ ^] ace. masc. and ntr. 
(a-, dPdrri), involoing harm^ ruinous, 
destructive; ^rvybq v5iijp, ^ 271, as 
banishing faithless mortals and per- 
jured deities to the lower world; diO- 
Aov, 91. 

A^Y^ (^dPaysg, dywfii), not to be 
broken, stout, \ 575t. [«-^ — w] 

oL-airroi, ouf, (SAII, cVw), i ntr ac ta- 
biles, unajvproachable ; X"P«C»X"P«c; 
esp. freq. in IL. e. g. A 567, \ 502, x 70, 

AdoxcTosy lengthened from dtrx'^- 


&di«, (1) injure; (a) rg^ dry daoaq 2 

sing. aor. 0237; r 68, oocrrti/ ( ); (h) 

esp. of injury to understanding, mislead, 
delude; daat (r^^\<f> 296 ; dm, X 61 ; 
with <ppkvaq, 297, pass. T 136; fi^y 
ddaOrj, IT 685; iroWbv dd(r9rf,T 113; 
cf. 301. — (2) mid. (a) commit a folly, 
datrdftfiv (— ^ ^ — ) ; cmouto (n-' — ^ w) 

hk fdya Ovfitfi, deceived himself greatly 
in his thought; T 95, Zc^c dtraro 
(— ^ ^) (v. 1. Zfjv* dtraro, see no. 1) ; 
(b) trans, dupe, beguile, 'Any ^ 'Travrac 
ddraiyT 91, 129. [aor. 1, act. and mid. 
www and i:i ii w — ; pass. ^ — .] 

&PolKT|(rav, 8 249t [- -- - -], of 
doubtful deriv. (fid^oj ? dPau) ?), and 
meaning, were befooled, suspected 

"ApavTcs, inhabitants of Euboia, B 
536. [- J 

*APapPapct), Trojan fountain-nymph, 
Z22. (w_ww_] 

''APois, avTa, son of dream-reader 
Eurydamas; slain by Diomedes, £ 148. 

"Apioi, SiKaioraroi dvOpwirtov, N 6, 
fabulous tribe of the North. [-^ ^ -] 

"ABXtipos, a Trojan, Z 32. [ — w] 

oL-pXTiTa (from aj3A^c» ^n^Xio), luv, 
non mis sum, not discharged, new, 
A 117t. [ — --] 

a-pXT|TOSi not hit, A 540t. [ ^-'] 

&-PXT|xp6s, 3^v. 1. dfi$\rixpoc, {a 
prothetic, fiaXaKdg), only at beginning 
of verse. — (1) weak, feeble, E 337, 
e 178.— (2) edvaroc, gentle, X 135, i^ 
282. [---] 

a-Ppofioi (a prothetic, ppEfioj). hud- 
roaring, clamorous, N 4 1 ; others, silent. 

&PpOTdtoitcv, from a/3jOorEfr, i. c. 
dfi^poretv, a^aprtlv, aor. subj. fail of, 
miss; twoq, K 65f . [w^ ^ — ^ w] 

&-Pp^TT| vvli, divine night, 3* 78f, 
S 429. [---] 

"APvoios [-' — ^] town on S. shore 
of Hellespont, B 836. Hence 'A/3t;^o- 
Qev, A 500; 'AfivSoOi. P 584. 

Aya-, prefix, exceedingly^ luvTMXSi vcl 
modum, mirum <Y\x«LTi\.M\!a.. 




i.y6M4r^ai^ ayaaaOif see dyafiai^ 

&YOkYCiv, dyayov, etc., see dyut. 

6yaXio\ujXf see ay a/iai, miror. 

&Ya66s, 3, (dya/iai), strictly = ad- 
mi rab ills, good, capable, in widest 
signif. — ( 1) of persons, valiant, brave, A 
181, 1 341 ; efficient. B 732, T 179; freq. 
with ace. of specification, ttw^, /3o//v; 
common in signif noble (cf optimates), 
3J 113,* 109,(opp.xtp»;££,o324); 6oW, 
Jam^r, N 238, 284, 314, * 280 (opp. 
KaKot:, N 279, P 632).— (2) of things 
and circumstances, exce//en^Z 478,1 27, 
V 246 ; advantageous, B. 204, A 793, p 
347 ; noble, Q 632, ^ 611 ; dya96v te 
KaKov Tf, blessing and curse, d 237, 392, 
9 63; dyaOoitJi yspaipiiv, do honor, 
^ 441 ; dyaOd ippovtiv, bene velle, 
wish one well, a 43 ; sana mente uti, 
think rightly, Z 162 ; tig dya96v or 
dyaOd ilniiv, advise with friendly in- 
tent; elg dy. TreiOeaOaif follow good 
counsel. [^ ^ ^] 

'AyaJdutVf son of Friamos, Q 249. 

r--— ] 

iLyaio\ii.ivoVf parallel form to dyafif- 
vov, vieiving with indignation, v 16, 
icrtfca cpya, indignantis scelera; cf. 
/3 67. [---WW-] 

d.Ya-icXciis, iq, (from icXIog), only gen. 
and voc, greatly renowned, [w — w — ] 

*A7aicX€i(js, -kA^oc, II 571, a Myrmi- 

&Ya-KXciT6s, 3, praeclarus, iUiis- 
trious, glorious, epith. of men, of a 
Nereid, 2 45, and of hecatombs. 

[ — ] 

dYa-KAVT^s, 3, praeclarus, iUus- 
triotta. of men ; diofiara. [^ — w w] 

&'y<iXXopiai, only pres., have jog in 
(rivi), plume one's self upon, P 473, 

2 132, Y 222; exult, make display. 
B 462; vfj^Q. e 176, sjweding gladly 
forward under Zeus's fair wind. 

ayaXua {'kydWofiaC), any thing 
splendid, fyeautiful, or precious, A 144; 
votive offerings, y 274, 9 509,7* ^47; 
applied to sacrificial victim, y438: to 
horses, d 602 ; personal adornments, a 

3 0,r257. [----] 

a.yaj\fjax {dyrf), aor. riyartdp,riv, rfyaa- 
ad/jiriv (also unaugmentcd) ; and from 
parallel form, &; nydatrOt, dyd- 
(laOai, ipf. i^ydatrOe ; the form dyafiai, 
only in signif. 1. — (1) admirari, ad- 

mire, H 41,404, 29, and mirari, de- 
mi r a r i, gaze at with amazement, o- 7 1 ; in 
7r 203, Oavfxdi^uv, behold with wonder, 
joined with dydaoOai, be astonished.— 
(2) in bad sense, (a) indignari,6e in- 
dignant, outraged at, with ace, /3 67 ; 
with dat, 9 565 ; be vexed, annoyed, ^ 
639; with icor^, ;5; 1 1 1 ; (b)invidere, 
envy, grudge, d 1 81, with inf , € 1 29 ; esp. 
freq. of envy of the gods, ^181,t//211, 
565, H 442. [---] 

'AYOfikCfivovCovis, son of Agamemnon, 
Orestes, a 30. 

'AYoi&^fivwv, Qvoq. His grandfather 
was Tantalos, whose sons were Atreus 
and Thyestes (father of Aigisthos); 
Atreus's sons, Agamemnon and Mene- 
laos; Agamemnon's children, Orestes, 
Chrysothemis, Laodike, Iphianassa ; 
cf. B 104, I 287 ; his wife, Klytaim- 
nestra. King in Mykenai, but at the 
same time TroXXyeriv v//<toi<ti koli "Apyii 
iravTi dvaaaiv, B 108; his wealth iu 
ships, B 576, 610-14; commander-in- 
chief of Grecian host before Troy; 
tvpvKptiitiV and dva^ dvdpStv, A 172; 
Kptiiiiv, iroiiii'iv XaHbv, SIoq; his bodily 
size, r 166, 178; B 477-83; dpiartia, 
exploits, A 91-661 ; honor accorded 
him, ^l' 887; sceptre, B 104; return 
from Troia, y 143 sqq., 156, 193 sqq., 
234 sq.; is murdered, y 248 sqq., <^ 91, 
512-37,584, X 387-463, w 20-97 [-- 
]. Hence fem. adj. 'Ayafiefivovkrf. 

*Ayaii.f/fir\ (cf. MriSna), daughter of 
Augeias. granddaughter of Sun-god, 
A 740. [-- ] 

a-vafios, 2, (from ydfiog), unmarried, 

r 40t. [— -] 

iiya-wi^v''0\vfnrov (aya-(Tvt0.,see 
W0tu), A 420. 2 186; nivosum, cov- 
ered with deep snow, snow-capped. 

I >.^ V-* "w- I 

d^av^s, 3, (from ydwfiaC), lenis, 
pleasant, gentle, tina, dwpa ; kind, 
friendly. svxioXai, (^aaiXtvg (opp. x«X€- 
TTog), fS 230 ; common phrase, oig dya- 
vuig jitXeeffffi. with his (or her) gentle 
missiles, describing a (natural) sudden, 
painless death dealt by Apollo upon 
men, by Artemis upon women, y 280. 

a7avo-<|>po<rvvT|, r), comitas, gen- 
tleness, friendliness, X 203, cf. /3 230» 
I »_, ,>^ — >^ \^ — I 

a'yav(S-<t>p<tfv, com is, gentle, friend- 
/y,Y467t. [-- ] 




^ydoftcU) see dyafiai^miror. 

&7avol(a» (parallel form of dyawanii) 
and -o/iai, only prs., nvd, receive kind- 
ly, TT 17, t} 33; espouse the cause of, 
Q464. [-----J 

i,yavcMy dydirqfja, xj/ 214, / lovingly 
received; and 289, art thou not there- 
with content ? [^ ^ — ] 

^Tatr-iiyttp, oc* loving - manliness^ 
manly, O 392. [-' ] 

'Ayainfvttp, 'AyKaioto rrdlQ, B 609, 
king of Arkadians, vassal of Aga- 
memnon, to whom he brought the 
equipment of sixty ships. 

&YOki^'>^ ipLyaircua), beloved, dear, 
always with Trace, son, which is to be 
supplied in /? 365. [w w _ w] 

&Y(£-ppoos (^ay a- apoPoc^pEU)), strong- 
flowing; 'EAX^ffTTovroc, B 845, ace. M 

*Ayaa^ivjfi (trOhog), son of An- 
gelas, king in £lis, B 624. 

ayd-oTovog {(TTsvu)), f rem ens, 
boisterous, epith. ofAfitpiTpirri, fi 97t. 

'AyooTpo^os, a Trojan, A 338. 

I V*' -^ V-' s-- I 

'Ayavri, a Nereid, 2 42. [- — ] 

&7av^, 3, (from ayar/<a(), admi- 
rabilis;l7/tts^^■oM«(cf clarissimus), 
an epithet applied, honoris caus4, 
to rulers, nations (Phaiakians, Tro- 
jans, V 272 to Phoinikes,N 5 to Hippe- 
molgoi) ; also freq. to suitors ; v 7 1 to 
the noble rrofiTrfjfC ; € 1 to Tithonos ; 
and thrice to Persephoneia. [^ — --] 

&YycX£T|, t), {dyyfXog), tidings, mes- 
sage, report, H 416, I 422, S 355, O 
174; d\€yfivri,\vypTj] fl-arp6c,de pa- 
ir e, a 408, cf. (3 30; command, i 150, 
t} 263 ; as causal gen., P 206, he came 
(because of) on a mission respecting 
thee ; dyytkiriv iXQovra, A 140; cf. also 
dyyAiiyt' in N 252, O 640. P 206; see 
also ayyfX/ijt;. o. [— n-- ^ — ] 

&YycX£T)s, 6, {dyytKoQ), nun tins, 
messenger, handed down by old gram- 
marians as nom. masc, like]Q and 
vifivirig ; thus we mav explain P 206, 
N 252, O 640, A 384, A 140; also 
such passages as a 414, /3 92, v 381. 

^YyAXuv (ayy«Xoc), fut. ayycXew, 
aor. ^yyciXa, inf. O 159; nuntiare, 
report, announce; rt, also rivd, ^ 120, 
123; with inf., bid, ir 350, O 51 7. 

a7YcXo«, 6 and rj, (cf. German gell- 
en, English yell, nigh tin-gale), 
nuntius,nuntia, messenger ; common 
phrase, fiK9k rivi, A 715; 'Oooa Ai6q 
dyy., B 94 ; also of birds, o 526. 

ayyog, eog, to, vas, vase, bowl; for 
victuals, /3 289, and drink. 

a^c, cLyctc, (aya;), particle like age, 
agedum; quick! come! after aXXa, or 
before dri; with subj. or imp., cf French 
allons ! dye often occurs with pi., e. g. 
y 475 ; see also el d' dye. 

&7c£p«» (cf. gerere?), aor. ijyeipa'; 
pass. pf. dyrjyeppai, aor. rjyepOriv, 3 pi. 
dyepOev; mid. aor. dyepoprfv, inf dy«- 
peo9ai (written by ancient grammari- 
ans as pres. dykptaBaC), part. dypofitvoQ, 
— (I) act. colligere, congregare, 
collect, call together, assemble, r 1 97, dyo- 
pr]v, concionem advocare; pass, 
and aor. mid. gather together; eg ^pfva 
Ovpbg riytpOri, consciousness (A 152, 
courage, presence of mind), came back 

CLTfXaCTi (dyeXrf), (3ovg, fioeg, poag, 
g r e g a r i a, belonging to a herd, feed-> 
ing at large. \^^ ] 

'Ay^oos {ayi»}, \aog), (1) son of Da- 
mastor, suitor, x 131» 247, 'AyfXfwt,*. — 
(2) son of Phradmon, a Trojan. 257. 
—(3) Greek, A 302. [w ^ - .^] 

&YcXcCt| (^dyovoa Xeiav), praeda- 
t r i X, bestowe?' of spoil; cf. XrfiTig, epith. 
of Athene, only at end of verse, v 359. 

c— — ] 

&Y^M> '/ff* (Ay^\ grex,^erc? of cat- 
tle, exc. T 281, where it is a drove of 
horses ; dytXrj^i, U 487, with the herd. 

&YC^^S<^^» gregatim, in herds, H 
160. [----] 

&Y^ = dyeiv. 

aycv = tdyriffav, from dyvvpi. 

ik-yipwrroi (jykpav), inhonoratus, 
without a gift of honor, A 119t. [^^ 

aycpOcv, see dyeipit), congregati 

&Y^pa>XOi, lov, {dya, epiori), impetu- 
ous, brave in combat ; epith. of Trojans, 
Mysians, Rhodians, and of Perikly- 
menos, X 286 ; formerly explained, 
very honorable, as if from a copul. 

and ytpa-o^oc- [^'-' — ^3 

ayn /x* txei, (de) miror, I am a%lwvr 

isAed, ^221. ^^-■\ 



icft\yipaV iaro), see dyiiputf con- 
gregati erant. 

&Y-T|vopiT), tjc» ih («yr/vw/t)). virtus, 
manliness, courage^ M 46 ; X 457, of the 
courage which will not letHektor rest; 

1 im.piide. 

&v-i)v»p (^aya, avi)p\ ferox, very 
vmnly. — (I) brave^ bold, o 43, a 106; 
high-hearted^ OvfioQ, S 658 ; high-beat- 
ing life, T 406; also, /li 414, of helms- 
man ; elsewh. with Ov/jloq, freq. = noble, 
generous mind. — (2) haughty, I 699, 4> 
443. [- ] 

'Ayi^vwp, opog, son of Trojan An- 
tenor and Theano, A 59, ^ 579, T 474, 
O 340. 

a-yi^poos, ayi^pcds, 2, (y^pac), ae- 
ternus, ageless, of undecaying vigor, 
always with dOdvarogy 6 539 ; aiyig, 
B 447. [^-^-w] 

^Xqr^ (ayafiaC), admirabilis 
(with tlBoQ, ace. of respect) ; surpass- 
ingly beautiful, X 370, 1 1 77. [- - ^ 

aywiia (dyw), inf. -sfiivai, ipf lyyi- 
veov and ^yii/€yv, 2 493; iter, dyivt- 
oKov, agere, lead, bring, sc. animals 
more comm. ; also, conduct, sc. a bride, 

2 492; Aati/ wood, Q 784. [^--'-] 
dyKdZ,o^ni, ipf. aYKatovTO (dyicay), 

were raising in their arms the body 
from the earth, P 722t. 

'AvKoios, (1) son of Lykurgos, chief 
of Arkadians, B 609. — (2) wrestler 
from Pleuron, vanquished by Nestor, 
^ 635. 

{dyKoKig, from dyicdXjy) iv iyKoXC- 
Scwxy in c o m p 1 e X u, £n Me amis, only 
X 503, 2 555. 

&YKds, adv., brachiis,complexn, 
into or «« Me anns, with £x*» «Xwi/, \a- 
fisrTfv, IXdZtTO, ifiapirTS^ »j 252. [— ^] 

&YicC<rTpoioa, ntr., (dyicoc, uncus), 
h a m i s, with Jish-hooks, fi 332. (Od.) 

^Y-kXCvos = dvuKXivag, aor. part. 

aYKo£Kg<ri (dyicwv), Aiog Iv, Jovis 
in complexu, in Zeus's embrace, \ 

ayKca, rd, (cf ad- uncus), crooked 
winding valley, gorge. 

dyKpcfiootura, aor. part from dva- 

^YicvXo-|Jii^TV|s, €01, (jiririg), versu- 
tus, crooked in counsel, epith. of Kro- 
nos, B 205. 319; only A 59 in nom. 

ayKvXov, a, {dyKog), only ntr., c u r- 

vus, bent, curved, epith. of bow and of 
chariot, 264. [— ^^] 

dYicvX6-Totoi, ovQ, \t6^ov), bearing 
the bent bow, B 848 ; epiUi. of Paio- 
nians. [— ^w_w] 

&7icvXo-xcCXt)s, ov, (x«<^oc), ad- 
unco rostro praeditus, with 
hooked beak, nom. sing, only r 638, 
elsewh. pi., epith. of birds of prey. 

ayKuv, <uvoc, b, {ayKog), cubitus, 
ell>ow, ^ 494, K 80; A 252, in the mid- 
dle of the arm, below the elbow ; n 702, 
TilxtoQ, comer of the wall. 

&Y^o^ur^ai (dyXat^u)), fut splen- 
d e r e, take delight in, K 33 1 f. [ — ^] 

&7XatT), lyf, r), (dyXaof), splendor, 
beauty, o 78 ; dazzling beauty, of Pe- 
nelope, (T 180 ; of dogs ; display, p 310; 
scatter the fine things which you now 
have, p 244 ; Epic dat. dyXaijj^t, Z 510. 

'AyXatT), wife of Xdpo\p, mother of 
Nip€uc, Off KaWiarog dvijp virb 'iXtov 
jjX0£v, B 672. 

&7Xa6-Kap7roi, firiXkai, apple-trees 
vnth shining fruit, t} 115, X 589. [— ^ 

»»<» — v-* I 

&Y^OL<^> ov, (d-yaX-Pog), only masc. 
and utr., splendidus, shining, bright, 
bfilUant. — (1) epith. of clear water; of 
polished gifts, esp. of gold or other 
metal ; of ransom ; of fame, H 203 ; 
so also in reproach, xipai dyXas, famous 
with thy bow (and little else), = dyXai- 
^ofievog, A 385. — (2) in wider sig- 
nif. : illustrious, viog, viov, ^188 (al- 
ways at end of verse), rsKva ; stately, 
T 385 ; dXaog, sunny grove, t 291, B 
606. [---] 

(d-yi/oto;), sync. aor. iter, iiyvwra- 
CKC, for dyvoriaatjKi, xf/ 95 ; from dy- 
i/ot£a>,only aor. ind. i^yvoirjaiv, subj. ay- 
voiyai, at 218, part, dyvoirjaaaa, t; 15 ; 
(dyvwc), ignorare, ji^iV to recognize, 
A 537, neque eum conspicata 
Juno ignoravit, knew right well; 
so also N 28, ( 78. 

oiTvi] {uZ^ofxaC), only fem., in tarn i- 
nata, holy; Artemis, Persephone; 
topTt), 259. [ ] 

dyvvfii {fdyvvfii). ^Ywitcvawv, fut. 
d^tj, aor. ia^a, ijia, inf d^ai, pass. aor. 
idyTjv (a, exc. A 559), fdyri, Fdyev 
{ = ldyri<rav), frango, break, shiver, 
shatter. — ( I ) act., spears, yoke, chariot 
(at end of pole), Z 40, II 371 ; shoots 

of trees, M 148, n 769 ; ships, mast. — 
(2) pass., spear, sword, F 367 ; cudgel, 
A 559; barbs of arrow, A 214; neck of 
Elpenor, k 560; suffer shipwreck^ k 123. 

ti, tmknoum, c 79f. 

&YV(Mra«rKc, see ayvowy ignora- 

o-yrcMrrov (yi/werroc), ignotum, 
unrecognized (with re v^a>, r e d d a m ) ; 
unrecognizable, v 191. (Od.) 

ft-yovos (yovoc), iin6oni, T 40t. 

dyopdofuxi (ayopff), pres. ^yopd- 
00^9 B 837; ipf. ij^o/oaao^c, riyopo- 
iavTo, aor. only 3 sing, dyop^traroy 
usually at end of verse with Kai fit- 
rktivtvt and following oratio di- 
recta, (3 160, a 412; contionari, 
speak pubUcIy^ harangue in the assem- 
bly; A 1, iiyopoiitvTOf held assembly. 

[— -] , 

dyopc^ (^yopri)i ^^^' dyoptvaui, aor. 
ind. only dyopkvatVj G 29, inf and imp. 
more common; contionari, loqui, 
die ere, ^ p^k- say : freq. ewta vrtpo- 
evTO, kvi or fitrd tkti; ftq fioi dyoptve^ 
with ace, speak to me not of, * 99, X 
26l;^i/ay.,quam dico,which Iywea/t, 
^318; freq. decjareJdioirpoir'ia'Qy and 
with part. QioTrporrkuiv, pro phesy; dtri- 
veickiag rt, relate at length7^^41, // 56 ; 
speak (joined with idea of action of 
contrary import, p 66, a 15), irapa- 
^XriSriv, speaking maliciously, A 6 ; pe- 
culiar phrase, B 788, dyopdg dyoptv- 
ov, were discussing in the assembly, cf. 
B 796, a 380; bv%idiZ,itiv dyopivoiQ^ thou 
shouldst not insultingly mention my 
himgry belly (cf. also vpoipipit F 64). 

&Yopi|> »7C» »7» (ay^tpw), contio. — 
(1) convoked assembly of people or 
army (cf. dyvpiQ, pov\ri\ dyopfivSe 
KoAetv (through the heralds), KaOi^eiVy 
TTouiaBai, TiOeaSai; ig S' dyopriv dyk- 
povTO, iiQ dyop-qv Kiev dOpooi, tt 361; 
tiv dyopn tffav a0p6oc,2! 497. — (2) pub- 
lic speech, 6 275 ; discussion in assem- 
bly, B 788, O 283, S 818, 1 441, B 370, 
A 400, 2 106 ; debate be/ore tribunal, 
n 387. — (3^ place of tneeting, market, 
/3 1 50, ^ 266, ly 44, 9 503, tt 377, v 362 ; 
dyopai, meeting-places, 9 16; place of 
assembly, H 382 ; time (afternoon), /i 
439 ^.^w—]; hence 

> &7po-v6(M>i 

&Yopv|Ocv, e contione, yrom the as- 
sembly, B 264. 

&70f>i{v8c, ad contionem, to the 
asa^nbly, KoKkatrai, kiovtiq, A 54. 

&YOfnl|n|« {dyopr)), contionator, 
haranguer, speaker (opp. fiov\Tf(l>6pogf 
H 126); XiyvQ, loud speaking, power- 
ful; l(T9\6g. 

dyopiriTvv, TTjv, (dyoprirfjg), facun- 
di a, giji of speaking, eloquence, 9 168f. 

aYO«, o(, (dyu>), dux, chief A 519, 
r231. [ww] 

&Yo<rTfp, cAe yalav — , palmd^ trtM 
flat, outstretched hand, A 425, N 508, 
520, S 452, P 315, of mortally wound- 
ed. [- — ] 

dypavXog, only ^Ypoi/Xoio poog, 
aYpavXoi iroifievig, 2 162 ; tropug, k 
410 (aypog, avXij), belonging to the 
farm enclosure, epith. of domestic cow, 
OS distinguished from the cows driven 
to or roaming in remote pasture; epith. 
also of herd of cattle, of calves. 

aYpci and v 149 dypelrt, imp. from 
dypiw (aypri, dyui), quick! forwards/ 
used alone or with fidv, Sij, vvv, fol- 
lowed by imp., or inf. used as imp. 
(literally seize! lay hand upon!)/ 

&7pT}, Tj, {ay tj), venatio, hujit, lipL' 
irtoKov, were following the chase, fM 
330. (Od.) 

a7pi.o«, 2, yet shows fem. termination 
in e 119 (dypog'), agrestis, a'l/Ii. — (1) 
of beasts. j^'erce, rd aypia, ferae. — (2) of 
vaen, ferocious ; of combatants, savage^ 
a 199, Z 120,9 575, e 215 : of Polyphe- 
mos, Skylla, fi 119; Gigantes, tj 206. 
— (3) horrible, dreadful, of tumult of 
conflict, drr}, xoXog, Ovfiog; Q 41, rages 
grimly like a lion. [— ■^ ^] 

''Aypios, son of Portheus in Kaly- 
don, Sin. 

iiypiO-^vov9 fifrd "Siirrtag, 9 294f, 
to the harsh-voiced Sintians. 

&Yp<S6cv (dypoc), rure, from the 
field, Karievai, ipxto9ai, go home, v 
268. (Od.) 

&YpoiuTai, Of, ruricolae, peas- 
ants; also adj. rustic, O 272. 

&YP<Sficvos, part. aor. mid. from dyu- 

&7P<$v8c, rus, to the country, coun- 
try-house, o 379. 

aYpo-v<Sfi,oi (vffiio) tw^K^aiy 2^ \Q^\n 
ruricolae, rural. V"^^~"^ 

&Yp^ 6 

&Yp<Ss, ov, o, ager, xm^^ field, hmd; ' 
dypuv feTT iax''''''-ni^i/'^"' ^^^ *'* '^'^ coun- 
trij; KciT dyjuout,', I'uri, in the country 
(for term opp. to ciypoQ, cf. tt 383, p 
182) ; villa, country-seat, X 188, o 428, 
TT 330,1// 139. [--] 

&Yp6TCpos, 3, ferus, wi^ av^ ko.- 
TTpiuQf aiytQj t\«0oi, r\fiiovoL\ 4» 471, 
'ApTifUQy ranging through the fields ^ the 
Imatress. \—^>^>^'\ 

^Yp^rai, 01, raricolae, peasants, 

^Ypwotriav (^aypa\ *X^^f» * ^^t» 
pi scans, ever catching fish; of sea- 


aYpoMmv (aypoq), ixiKiri^ia, ^ 90f, 

honey -sweet field grass, on which 

mules feed; identified by some with 

ijhg's tooth, by others with panic. 

dyvia, >), (ayw), does not occur in 
nom . sing., via public a, wagon road; 
CKioiovTo dk vdaai dyviai, and darkness 
overshadowed all ways, i. e. every thing ; 
also of the streets and public squares in 
cities, plateae, £ 642, Z 391; fxkariv 
eig dyviav [_^ — ^2 toiJcat, in publi- 
cum progressae, on the open sti-eet, 
Y 254. [- — ] 

ay^pci, IV, fem. (dyopd), coetus, 
chance gatltering (cf. dyoprj), company, 
host; v£Kvu)v, vrjijjv (fleet, laid up on 
the shore), IIvXiwj/. C^^^— ] 

&YvpTd(civ (dyvprrjQ, dytiput), r 284, 
c o 1 li g e r e, collect by begging. 

&y\i-^a\oi {dyxh A*"XV)» c o m i n u s 
proeliantes, ^(^A^in^ hand to hand 
(opp. To^oTat) ; otherwise explained as 
fighting in close array, P 165. [—'«-' 

[t (cogn. with dyx*f)* prope. 

iuxta, liea,r, close to, hard by, nvog; 
freq. with irapitrraoBai, aTrjvai, tXOup ; 
dyxi fidXa, sc. eerre, r 301 ; Y 283, oi, 
is dat of disadvantage, dyxi being 
used absolutely, because the missile 
had struck and remained fixed so near 
him. [-^] 

^YX^'^^ov (aXe),acc., mar it imam, 
near the sea ; epith. of XaX/ci'c and 'Av 
Tptov. [— w w s^] 

dyXt-padiis (fid9o(f) 9aXa<T(Ta,€ 413f, 
deep near the shore. [— w >_, — ] 

ayxi-9€oi (Oeog), diis propinqui, 
related to the gods; of Fhaiakians. 

dyXt-pAX^TaC Qiaxrirfig), com in us 

proeliantes,^^^^tn^ fiand to hctnd= 
dyx^fiaxoi,B 604, dviptg; also of whole 
tribes. [— ^^^ — ] 

&Yx£-(M>Xov (/ioXeii/), ntr. ace. with 
adverbial force, prope, near; usually 
with dat. with tXOeiv, tpxtaOai, p 260; 
tTTi i]\9tv, X 205, w 502; only in U 
352, 6$ dyxt/JtoXoio Idwv, e prop in- 
quo conspicatus; p S36,cu)se a/ler 
him Odysseus entered the house. 

ayxC-voo? (vt'of), quick of apprehen- 
sion, V 332f ; self-possessed. [- >-' w ^] 

*Kxiniffr\%y (1) son of Kunvc, fa- 
ther of Aiveiag, dva^ dvdputv, E 268. — 
(2) father of 'Ex^TrwXog, from ^ikvwv, 
^ 296. [ ] 

'AyxioxdSris, (1) Atveiag, P 754. — 
(2) 'Ex^TrwXog. [ ww_] 

ayxwra^ see dyx^rrog, proxi- 

dyxwrrivoi, ai, (dyxttTTog), confer- 
ti, close together, one afiter another, P 
361, X 118. 

ayxwrrov (dyxi)^ ^roximnm, very 
near,closeby; proxime aberat,^a«^ 
distant, s 280; pi. neaiest.whh gen.; 
dyxitrra lotKutg and iiaKu, nearest re- 
sembling, I compare (him) first with. 

dYX^^'' (dyxoi>),\yhh gen., prope a, 
hard by, V 103. [-^-] 

^TX®^ (ayxO' prope, near, with 
loraaOai, vaiew, '^vfjifiaXiaOai, ^ 5. 

ayxc (from ayx**** ipf-)» w** choking, 
r 371t. 

ayo* (ago), d^to, aor. y^a (imp. d^ere, 
inf d^sfjLtv, d^sfievai), mid. rj^dfiriv (a^c- 
a9(, d^ovTo) ; coram, form ijyayov, subj. 
dydycjfit, mid. i^yaynfirjv (also unaug- 
mented); age re, lead, bting, drive; 
I. act. (1) lead, conduct, bHng, A 842, Q 
564 (in |0 218 co$; is prep., brings like to 
like), p 243, jy 248, d Z\2', fiovv,\inrovg, 
jmt to; iicarofiprfv, A 431 ; of lioness's 
cubs. P 134 ; bones of the fallen, H 335 ; 
(a) bting or carry with one, F 40i, 1 664, 
A 650, A 390, 184, ^ 601 ; of persons 
and things ; (b) plunder, carry off', make 
awayrmth; prisoners and booty, beside 
Q 764, cf. I 594, Y 194, E 484, ^ 512; 
A 332, the goddesses of dark death 
were carrying away, cf. E 614 and N 
602. — (2) transport, remove, v eh ere, 
persons and things as subj. vavrai, a 
172; also freq. vrjeg, even d^wv, E 
839 ; (a) carry away, vixpov, KOTrpov, 
cf. A 598, A 338, K 551 ; recover, k 268; 

(b)/etch^ things living or without life, 
A 184, r 105, e 368, *• 613, 50, Q 778, 
j3 326, y 424, f 27, ^ 266.— (3) bring 
to pasSy occasion, Q 547 ; sport, a 37, 
tempest. — (4) cXcoc, spread abroad re- 
nown, € 311; cf. Trair]ova ay., X 392, 
raise a song of exultation. — (5) guide, 
control, combat, A 721; water, * 262; 
esp. the army, steer ships, B 580, 631, 
557; A6xov,$469, insidias struere. 
The part aytav is often added to verbs 
of motion, where it is not necessary to 
the sense, for the sake of greater vivid- 
ness, a 130, ^ 525, o 47, cf. y 118.— 
II. mid. (1) take with one one's effects, 
or what one regards as one's own, 
clothes, ^ 58, cf. r 72, A 19, X 116; 
booty, K 35, 40, cf. H 363; prizes, >K 
263; captives, Z 455. — (2) yvvaUa, 
bring home as wife; of bridegroom, take 
to wife, I 146, n 190, X 471 ; of father, 
who brings to his son in marriage, jcot;- 
pr\v d 10 ; of brother, to brother, o 238; 
of master, to his slave, 214; of those 
who accompany the bride, Z 28. 

^YuVy atvog, 6, (ayw), comitium, 
place of meeting. — {\) assembly, 'i^avev, 
■'I' 258 ; Xvro, Q l.--(2) place where as- 
sembly meets: (a) 9 flog, H 298, area be- 
fore the temple, temple enclosure; 22 376, 
hall of the gods, yet cf. 9 264 ; viiov, 
space behind the ships, i. e. between the 
ships and the shore, the encampment at 
the ships; viutv iv dywvi, H 500, differs 
in meaning from O 428 ; (b) place or 
scene of combat, arena, including the 
space reserved for spectators, >l^ 531. 

c^-l . ... 

d-oaT)(M>v£T| (dSaiifiiav), inscitia, 
inexpej'ience, to 244t. [^ %-- — w w — ] 

&-8ai^|Miyv, ov, gen. ovoq, {daf}fjut)i'), 
imperitus, unacquainted with, Tivog, 
p283. [-- ] 

&-8aKf>vTos (SaKpvu)), lacrimis ca- 
re n s. tearless, dry, ^186. [^ ^] 

''ASa^JLos, avTog, son of "Amog from 
Troja,N 771,759. 

&-8a|taoTos (5a/4a^w), inflexibi- 
1 i 8, inflexible, 'Aidrig, I 1 58t. [----] 

&8oc^Si see aBiirig, impudens, 

&88i|KU9» &88i^<rctc, see abkto, per- 

&88y|v, see a^i;v, to satiety, 

&-8cii{« {Bkog), intrepidus, undis- 
mayed, H 117, but Kvov ddhkg, impu- 


dens, shameless hound, as abusive epi« 
thet ; later form dhkg. [— ^^ ; H 117, 

&-8cX^u»v, &8cX^^, 01, 6v, (d 

copul. and hXf^vg, uterus), f rater, 

&-8cvkA, €«, {BiVKog, dec us), in- 
dignus, disgraceful; (pijfiigi K 273, 
slanderous gossip. 

&-8ci|n^T(p, ov, (^ltf/a>), crudus, tin- 
tanned, v 2 and 142. 

(a^€w) only opt. aor. &88i^(rffic, perf. 
part. adSriKOTtg, also written ddfjasu, 
ddtjKortg, and ddriKOTeg, (s a t - u r) s a- 
tiatum f AS tidire, be satiated, loathe 
from excess, rivi, dtirrvt{»', KafiaTtftf 
VTrroi, be overwhelmed with. 

ooY)v, aST|v, (ddeu), orig. uSdTjv=(Tdd- 
jrjv). to satiety, tdfiivai, and to excess; 
esp. kXdap rivd KaKorriTog, TroXifioio, 
etc., drive one into misery (war), until 
he has had enough of it. f^— ; E 203, 

— .] 

&-8i{piTO« iSrjpig), non depugna- 

t u 8, uncontested, P 42t. [^ ^] 

a8iv<£ci>v "Ltipriviov, xj/ 326, seems to 
mean sweet - singing, seducing Sirens 
(^PaBtvdtJV,fromridvg,(dda). [y^^ ] 

a-8ivov, d, 6v, {diio), commotus, 
11 481, moved, agitated. — I. epith. (1) 
of Kfjp, throbbing with anxiety, r 516. — - 
(2) iikXmaai, B 87, iivXai, B 469, buzz- 
ing.; p,fjXa, oves trep id antes, rest- 
less, fiunied, a 92, ^ 320. — (3) yooc, 
sobbing, whimpering lament, 2 316, ^ 
1 7, etc. (Sf ip^vfc* see foreg.) — II. ad- 
verbial, dSivov, ddivd, vehemently, with 
utterance broken by sobs, with (TTtvaxto, 
OTOvaxkii), arevnyi^u), KXaiu) (dSivtort- 
pov, more doUfuUy, rr 216). yndio, fiv- 
Kd<r9ai, K 413. — III. adv. &oivws dvtvii- 
KOTo, flebiliter suspiravit, T 314, 
cf. 338. [---] 

d-8fi.t(s, TJTfg, (cdfiVTi/jii), indomi- 
tus. — (1) untamed; of mules, d 637, 
cf dd^^Tijv. — (2) unmarried; of a vir- 
gin. (Od.) 

d-8u,i^T«|v {SdfitnfiJt), indomitam, 
unbroken, not yet brought under the 
yoke; of beasts of draught, K 293, ^ 

"ASffctp-os, father of Ev^iriXog, B 713, 
^ 289, 391, 532; husband ofAXKriang, 
B 714. 

aSov, aor. 2 from avSdvin., pla.c\i\. 

&8os (see dShtaT), jiiv 'Utxo ^vy^ov^ 




disgust (with toil) entered his soul, A 

88t. [---] 

Aopi^crrcia, town on the Fropontis, 
in what was ailterward Mysia, B 828. 

*A8pv|oTT|, handmaid of 'EKivri, d 

*A8f»|OT£vT|, daughter of 'Adpfiarog, 
AiyidXtia, E 412t. [7] 

A8pii<rTo«, (I) from "Apyoc, fugi- 
tive to 'SiKviiiv, succeeds HoXvpog there 
as king; becomes also king in Argos, 
harbors Tvdtvg^ and gives him his 
daughter in marriage, cf. ^ 121 ; his 
swift steed 'Apfiwv, •*" 347. — (2) son 
of Mfpoif/, from IlepKWTrii founder of 
'ASptfareia^ leader of Trojan allies from 
thence, B 830, A 328.--(3) Trojan slain 
by Menelaos,Z 37, 45, 63. — (4) Tro- 
jan slain by Patroklos, n 694. 

&8porv)Ta (^adpog)^ ace. from aSpo- 
rijf, coupled with ^pr}v and fuvoc/uli 
bodily maturity y II. (Cf. avSporfiTa.) 

a-8vTov (dv<jjf not to he entered)^ f a- 
n u m. shrine^ only E 448, «512. 

&-€6Xcvciv (aedXo v), c e r t a r e, insti- 
tute, or contend in, a gymnastic contest; 
iiri rivt, in honor of some one, ^ 274; 
Q 734, toiling for a merciless master. 

[— — ] 

iiiBXwvy rb, (d(9\ov).—(\) certa- 
m en, contest for a prize, 9 108, 11 590. 
— (2) implements of combat, weapons, <p 
4, 117. — (3) prizes in contest, dpeoGai, 
carry off; dvtXiiv, dveXstrOai, win; 
pdpetrOai, bring in, I 127. [w_ww] 

a-c6Xov, TO, (dPeOXov, vadari; Ger- 
man wetten, Enghsh bet). — (1) pL 
certamina,j9n2« contests, 160, a> 89. 
— (2) sing, and pi. prize; for such a 
prize, X 648 ; having come, entered, for 
the prize, A 700. [^ — ^] 

a-c6Xo« (deXiov, 9 160), 6, (aedXov), 
(1) cert am en, prize contest, distin- 
guished from iroXc/iot, 11 590 ; varie- 
ties, 9 103, ^ 646, 753; KaTa9rj(T(o, r 
572; UreXseiv, 135, x 5- — (2) combat 
(in war), r 126; reXiTiv, y 262; poyelv, 
^ 241 ; hardships of every sort, >// 248, 
350, esp. Evpv(r9rioc, those imposed by 
Eurystheus upon Herakles. 

&c6Xo-^pos (d(9Xo06poc), prae- 
mium certaminis ferens, bearing 
away the prize, victorious; only of 
horses, X 22. 

&c£, alc£ (at close of verse), al^ 
(cogn. with aiPiitv, a e v u m), semper, 

always, ever; strengtJiened by doKt- 
Xiiog, da^aXig, diafiinpfg, lufiEvkg, 
fidXa, vwiXtfikg, owexiQl also oict ^/uo- 
ra fravra. 

&c£8tt (a/£t^a>),;ia(,aor.ind. 
oeure, imp. duoov, inf. deiaai, c an ta r e, 
sing. — (1) trans, sing, vaii)ova, jcXIa 
dvipSiv, minstrels' lays, heroic songs ; 
of something, firiviv (cf. "sing and say," 
Nibelungen Lied), relatein song, 'Axaiwp 
vooTOV, a 326, ^avaiav kokov oItov, a 
350, 'Axaiwv, 9 489 (Xiiyv Kara Koafiovy 
very becomingly, altogether in order); 
^iirtrov Koopov, 492, with Cjq, 514, and 
with ace. and inf. 516. — (2) intrans. 
sing; pdK' deiaai, sing merrily; with 
adj. used adverbially, koXov, a 155 
and often, so probably A 473, 2 570 ; 
Xiy, loud, K 254 ; also of nightingale 
(dfrfSiovy, of bow string, it sang, 
i. e. twanged under the touch, ^ 411. 
[^ — , exc. |0 519.] 

&-ciicc£T)v, ag, fern. (dJ6iKeiii,jhjotKiv), 
strictly dedecus. — (1) deformitas, 
disfigurement, Q 19. — (2) dixeiag il>ai' 
VHV, V 308; behave unseemly, pro- 
terve agere. [-^ ] 

d-cuc^u>s, 2 and 3, {djuKkXiog, from 
9'eciceXoc), i n d e c o r u s, t u r p i s, unseem- 
ly, shameful, dXainrvq, 7rXi/y.<i ; wretch- 
ed, S; 84, r 341; ill-favored, filthy, Z 
242, V 402, V 259, p 357, w 228 [-'- 
^>-'^]; adv. dtiKfXitog, ignominiously, 
TT 109, t; 319; wretchedly, 9 231, 

a-ciK^S, kg, (jdjoiKt), indignus, un- 
becoming, unseetnly. — (1) voog ovdiv 
d., mind altogether faultless; ov rot 
deuckg, nee vero dedecet. — (2) dis^ 
graceful, ignonunious; epyov, indig- 
num facinus; Xoiy6g,'n'6Tpog,<TT6vogf 
K 483, Xoijdi;. — (3) turpis, mean, poor; 
deiKsa taaai, thou art vilely clad, trfipri, 
— (4) vilis, small, mean, pi<x96g, M 
41 5, diroiva. [^ ] 

&-cik£(ci {diudig), ipf* duKiZ^iv, fut 
aHKiu}, aor. subj. dHKiaamoi, mid. dw 
Kt<T<Taipe9a, diiKio(Ta(j9at, pass. a£(ict- 
(T9ripevat, foedare, maltreat, insult, 
n 545, a 222, Q 54; disfigure, T 26; 
for yea (^j^), he even insults in his 
wrath the lifeless clay (K(o<pf}v), Q 54. 
[^ ] 

dcCpwv (dPtiput), pi. aipovrag, aor. 
TJttpa and diipa, mid. I. dupd/jirtv, pass. 
dkp9r]v (dfp9iig, dp9fig), plupf. dutpTo, 
to 11 ere, raise up^ (1) in strict sense 




(fimn ground and otherwise), I 465; 
stones, 37 411, H 268 ; corpses, 11 678, 
P 724; the wounded, S 429; swing 
on high the lash, ^ 362; brandish a 
gpear, Y 373, 424 ; freq. with u>//o(T€, 
e. g. T 325 ; hence also ifxl/oa^ diipofii- 
voc, raising OTte^s self on high, rising^ 
^ 307. Also pass, c 393, /i 249, 255, and 
vi//o<r' dtpOtis, fi 432, d 375 ; of horses, 
v^otr' deipkireriv, "¥ 501 ; of birds, 
dpOtig, N 63, r 540, dkpBti ; the fortunes 
of the Trojans rose aloft, 8 74. Fart. 
aiipai:, for greater vividness, with verbs 
of bearing, placing, e. g. 1' 380, a 141, 
P 425, p 335. Of ships (y 312, dupav), 
cany J dx^og. — (2) prom ere, bring 
forth, produce; olvov, Z 264, esp. mid. 
(out of one's store), Z 293, o 106, p 335. 
d-CKa(<S|tcvos9 t}, (dicbiv), invitus, 
vnwilUnglg, o 135, r 133; also with 
iroXXa, quite against one's will, [w w — 

«ii^ s^ <«^ I 

a-ctdiXui (cm/Xoc)* f'pya 'jraQUiv, 2 
77f , literally tmwished-for things, suffer 
doleful woes, cf. sq. 

^-^mp-i (enrj/ri), contra volunta- 
tem, against the will of, with gen., ^ 
887 ; esp. freq. with (/ewv, M 8; y 28. 

a-^Kwv, oi;ff(a), (dPiKutv, from f cwv), 
invitus, ftnmlling. — (1) ivithout de- 
sign, n 264. — (2) reluctant, against 
one's will; ovk axovre, gladly; d(Kov- 
Tog ifjiflo, me invito, in spite o/me; 
against their wish, to their annoyance, 
e 487, cf. n 369; vi me invitum 
retinebit, O 186; notice also <rk piy 
d€KovTog oTnyvjoa, with ace, vi nolen- 
tem privavit, robbed thee by force, 
against thy will, d 646, cf. A 430. 

acXXa, r), (drffu), procella, gust of 
wind, stormy idnd, %£ifjieptai, B 293; 
rravToiiov dvkfiutv; also in simile, to 
describe onset of heroes, A 297, M 40, 
N 795. [---] 

d-cXXi^ KovioaXog oipwro, turbi- 
dus pulvis surrexit, a thick cloud 
o/du8t rose, T 13t. [^ ] 

&cXX6-iro« ^Iptf, stonn-footed, i. e. 
swifi-Jboted Iris (IL); cf. 'n'odrivsfiog. 
J >• — ^ ''-'] 

&-cXir<a, insperatam, Zeus has 
given me to see land which I never 
expected to behold, e 408f . 

&-cXirT^ovTfs (Attw), desperantes 

eum salvum esse, despairing of his 

safety, H 310t. [----J 

&c-vdovTa (from ativ vaovra) ^dara, 
juges aquae, never -/ailing springs, 
V 109t (v. L aievdovra). [— s-zs-/ — w] 

d-^|u (d/i^oi, cogn. with augeo, 
German wach sen, English wax), only 
pres. and ipf., increase, Z 261, i 111; 
nourish, let grow up, viov, v 360 ; fi^ya 
rrkvBog, cherish great grief; de^ioQai, 
come to manhood, of Telemachos, x 
426; prosper, tpyov,K^^'i df^ero Upbif 
^fiap, the sacred day advanced, 6 66, 1 56. 

A-€p7Ct|s (Pipyov) 'iveKa, pigritiae 
causa,oii^o/'«^M, (o 251t. [^ j 

d-cpY^, ov, {Pspyov), piger, idle, 
lazy. [^ — ^] 

&cp6c£s, acpOcv, part, and 3 pi. aor. 
pass, from ddpio, sublatus. 

icpo^-iroScSy wv, (afi'/ow), 'i'mroi, to- 
lutarii equi, quick -trotting, high- 
stepping horses, cf. "¥ 501 (II.). [^ — 

Va' \^ «>» I 

acooy a^(ra|tcv, aor. from lavut, dor- 

&cot-<^pocnirg<nv (dtoi^putv^, dat. pi. 
temere, thoughtlessly, o 470. 

&c<r(-^pa»v, ovog, (ddtj, <pp€vig), 
am ens, thoughtless, light-headed, ^ 
302, ^ 603, Y * 1 83. [^ w - _] 

&taX^oio, rig, r)v, ag, {dlop,ai), ari- 
dus, dry, parched, unthered; of trees; 
ox-hide shield, H 239; opog, Y 491. 

[— ] 

*A(^8ao, 'Aicropoc, the son ofAzeus, 
.B 513. [-ww-w-] 

^h* TVi(A^*^)* ^^^^ inquinatum, 
covered with dust, dirt, x 184f . [ ] 

i-hx^«» «C» (^»X<^)» penetrans, 
continuus, unceasing, of pain; pene- 
trating, of sound of combat ; adverbial, 
dZvX^^* perpetuo, incessantly, A 435, 
O 658, <r 3. [---] 

o^ofiai (liyiog), only pres. and ipf., 
vereri, dread, shrink from; esp. be- 
fore the gods, Tivd', religioni ha- 
bere, with inf , Z 267, i 478 ; with p), 
3:261. [— -] 

a{o|i.^vT| {dlu)), arescens, becoming 
dry, A 487t. [--w_] 

&T)8<0V {dPit^it}) ^XwpT/ff. luscinia, 
the songstress in green foliage, r 518; 
'Aijdutv, the daughter of Pandareos, is 
meant, the wife of ZriOog of Thebai, 
mother of Itylos, whom she slew by mv&- 
take while inteivdm^, ouX oi Yi.«^»^^35^. 



to kill the son of Niobe, her sister-in- 
law; after this deed, transformed into 
a nightingale, she ever sadly repeated 
the name of her murdered son, 'In;, 

I TV. 

insueti erant, (the horses) were as 
yet unaccustomed to the sight of corpses, 
K493t. [- -] 

anni (aPiifii, cf. ventus, English 
wind), 3 du. cLtitov, inf. drjvat, drjfJLtt/ai, 
part. dsvTEQy ipf. driy ati, pass, drifitvoi. 
(1) blowy of wind, always act. ; drifitvogy 
ventis exagitatas. — (2)i386,^ixa 
^£ (r<J>iv ivl tj>pe(ri Ovfidg drirOy their 
minds wavered to and fro. [^ — '^j 

&i{p, fern., gloom^ E 864, i 144; fog, 
17 143; see also rfifip. 

di^crvXa (=a-r(rt;Xa) fpya^ faci- 
nora violenta, deeds of violence^ E 
876t. [— -]^ 

iiiiT»|9, ov^ b'{dFr]fiL\ vent as, wind, 
only S 254 ; elsewh. with dvkfioto, ^«- 
tpvpoiOj dvifititv, flatus, blasts gusts. 

aT)TO, see dijfAi. 

&)TOV OdptTog txovtra^ w^ith stormy 
courage, impetuoso animo, 4>395f. 
(Of uncertain derivation; cf Qviibg 
drfTo and di^cn/Xa, £ 876; scarcely re- 
lated to aii/roc.) 

a0dvo.Tos> 3, (Odvarog), immortal; 
also subst., e.g. A 503, Q 61, A 265; 
freq. with 9toi ; in phrase dOdvaroQ 
Kai dyrjpaoc; also predicated of bodily 
members, A 530, N 19, and of imjter- 
ishable possessions {S 79, B 447) of 
the gods ; opp. Pporoi, A 2, e 2 ; Oi'ti- 
Toif ^199; dvdpsgf tt 265; d9. xaKov, 
Charybdis, /i 118. [— s-w^] 

a6airTO«, only masc. (^a^rrw), in- 
h u m a t u s, unbuiied. {y ] 

&6cc£, ovxr ad., (0eoc)> non sine nu- 
mine, not without divine guidance^^M 
is really a special providence that — , 
<r353t. [•---] 

a0cfii<mo«, ot, a, (df/itc)) nefarins, 
criminal; dOefjiitTTia iidsvai, live tm- 
p ous/y, godkssly. [-'>-' — ^ w] 

d6i|iurTos, wv, (Oifjiig)j ferus. law- 
less, I 63,1 106; nefarius, trtcX:e<?; 
opp. ivaiffifioif p 363. [•-' w — w] 

&6cpi(», ipf. adijDi^ov, (dOepig), co n- 
t e m n o, cfe«pMc. always with negation, 
A 261,0 212, )// 174. [- w - ^] 

^div^aroiy 2, (a, Btng^ ^PwO* *™- 
m e n s u s, immeasurable^ boundless ; 

yaia, BdXatTffa, ofifipog^ vv% ; also 
joined hyperbolically with olvog and 
aiTog. [w— ww] 

*A9i|vai, Athens, capital of Attika, 
B 546, 549, y 278, 307; also sing. £v- 
pvdyviav 'AOffvriv, ri 80. 

'A9v|vcUt|, t}C) the goddess Athene, 
Aiof kicyiyavia, aycXfiij, yXavicwirtf, 
rivKO^iog, Kovprf Aiog (^aiyi6xoio\ Xaoa- 
(Toog, Xtfirig, ipytftirroXigf cf. 'Arpw- 
TUiVTf, Tpiroycveta, esp. IlaXXac; fos- 
ters the arts, ^ 232, >// 160, esp. do- 
mestic and feminine accomplishments, 
I 390, /3 116; as goddess of war, 
'AXoXico/if i/Y/f'c, she protects cities, and 
is the especial patron of wary warriors 
like Odysseus; see 'ABfivrf. 

*A9v|vau>i, Athenians, B 551, 558, 
A328, N 196,689,0 337. 

*A6i^vT|, puiillel form of 'AOrivairj ; 
'AXaXKOfJLSvriigf yXavKoJirig, ivirXoKofiog., 
'n'oXvlSovXog, etc. ; rj 80, the city A thens. 

&dT|p- 11X0176$ (dOqp, Xoiyog), lit. 
chaff-destrouer . designation of winnow- 
ing-shovel in Teiresias's prophecy to 
Odysseus, X 128, ^l' 275. 

AOXi^ouvTC and iOXi^ouvra (part, 
aor. from d^Xcw), labor i bus exer- 
ceri, toil, drudge^ H 453, O 30. 

&6Xt)tv|pi, oi)^ — ioucag, neque 
enim certatoris similis es, nor 
dost thou resemble one who takes his 
part in manly contests, 9 164f. 

i0Xos9 see di9Xog. 

oOXcH^poi, see de9Xo(f>6pog. 

*A6^, t^—,Jrom Athos (nom. sing. 
'A06a>t)» 25 229t, the well - known 
rocky promontory of Akte in Chalki- 
dike, now Monte Santo. 

d9pkia, only aor. &6pi{<rcic, d9pi\trai, 
intueri, cernere, gaze, tig ; perceive, 
Tivd ; cx)mprehend, r 478. [ >-] 

a-6p^, 3, only pi., cuncti, (nil) 
together, in crowds. Si 38, 2 497 ; ijyf- 
pi9ovTo, p 392 ; freq. d9p6a irdvra ; 
also written d9p6oi. [— ^ ^] 

a-8viMi(dv/iof),animo destituti, 
faint-hearted, despondent, k 463f. 

&Ovp)iaTay rd, (d9vp(o), ludicra, 
playthings, O 363; elegantiae mi- 
nutulae, child's toys, a 323; orna- 
ments, trinkets, o 41 6. [>-' — w w] 

&Ovp<i>v, part, from d9vpta, O 364t, 
per 1 u s u m, in sport, [y ] 

al (perh. old case-form of relative ; cf. 



irapai, vwai, as aJso £i; this relative 
force may be traced in X 348, ai k€v 
eywyc dvdadw^ as true as that I reign ; 
so sure as I reign) never stands alone, 
bot I. expressing a wish, optative use. 
— (1) at yap, u tin am, would that^ al- 
ways with opt, (a) where fulfillment of 
wish is regarded as possible, 6 538, N 
825, n 97, 2 464, X 454, y 205, 1^ 244, 
9 339, 1 523, o 156, 536, p 163, 251, a 
235, T 309, V 236, 200, 372 (ai yap 
8h, A 189, K 536, S 272, X 346, d 697, 
T 22,1; 169, |0 513); (b) where fulfill- 
ment of wish is regarded as impossible, 
IT 99 : the formula, ai ydp, Ztv ri ird- 
Tip Kai 'AGrjvairi Kai 'AiroXXov, is fol- 
lowed by opt. in sense of (a) above, B 
371, A 288, n 97, a 235; in sense of 
(b) above, H 132, ^ 841 = p 132; by 
inf. in sense of (a), 17 311 ; in sense of 
(b), to 376. — (2) at0c (cf. tiOi), uti- 
nam, oA that! would that! (a) where 
fulfillment of wish is conceived as pos- 
sible, with opt. A 178, X 41, »j 331, $ 
440, p 494, a 202, v 61 ; (b) where ful- 
fillment is conceived as impossible, 
with opt. II 722 ; with ipf. al0«X\£, S 
84, <r 401; with aor. optXov, A 415, T 
40, 2 86, Q 253, v 204. — II. interroga- 
tive use , at K€ ( never separated by in- 
tervening word), si. wAe/^/ter, w ith subj. 
^118, eiiri /iot, ai ks ttoOi yvomt toiov- 
rov eovra, Zthg yap ttov roye ot^f, €i 
Kt fiiv dyyeiXaifii iSwv ; so also after 
o^p' idrfTs, A 249; iriipriaofiaL, E 279, 
<i> 217; and freq. without a preceding 
verbum tentandi, A 66, Z 94, H 
243, K 55, A 797, 799, Q 301, a 379, fi 
144, y 92, V 182, .5 34, at K6 ttoGi Zivq ; 
so also a 379, j3 144, p, 215, x 252. p 
51,60, a I Kt TTo^t, strictly =si qua, //; 
if in any case; the opt. occurs only in 
oratio obliqua, ai k€ ykvoiro^ H 
387, vet see A 207. — III. conditional 
use, at Ki (never separated by inter- 
vening word), si, if, perhaps, (1) with 
subj., (a) where fut. follows in princi- 
pal sentence, Q 496, p 230 ; (b) where 
opt. follows in principal sentence, Q 
688; (c) where inf. follows in princi- 
pal sentence, E 260. — (2) with opt. 
(where a wish is involved) where opt. 
follows in principal sentence, v 389. — 
(3) in a period, where there is an ellip- 
sis of one of its members, at k Wi- 
XffffOoy £ 457, d 322, p, 49, v 233 ; after 


oxj/eai, 471, N 260, T 147, S 391, w 
511 (to be distinguished from et Wk- 
A«c, T 82, p 277) A 353 iyv WkXyuBa 
Kai ai KEv Toi rd pEpifXy. 

ii- has been sometimes regarded by 
some as a trengthening prefix = t;6ry, 
exceeding li/, cf. diKriXog. 

oXo, oiiyt", aiav, (probably from yaia), 
terra, earth, /and, ^vai^oog; TrarpiSoQ 
airii^] 'AxaitSoQ atTjQ; irdaav irr' diaVy 
over the whole earth ; QpyxCjv alav, 

AIcUti, (1) vriaoQ, island Aeaea, home 
of Kirke, k 135, X 70, oSri r 'Hove rjp^yi- 
viiTfg oiKia Kai x^P^*- ^'^^ '^^^ avroXat 
'HcXioto, p 3 sq., a fabulous region far 
in N. W. (the Romans located it at Cir- 
ceii) ; hence (2) SoXoiaaa, the goddess 
Kirke herself, t 32 ; /i* 268, 273, sister 
of Aietes. 

AUlkCStis, descendant of Aiakos, (1) 
son, Peleus, n 15, 2 433, 4> 189.— (2) 
grandson, Achilleus,B 860. 

AUlk^, son of Zeus, father of Pe- 
leus, grandfather of Achilleus, * 189. 

Atas, avroc, (Ai/^at;)* (1) TtXapw- 
vioi', TtXapijjviddTigj P^yo-g, son of Te- 
lamon from Salamis, half-brother of 
Teukros, 'ipKog 'AxaioJv, bulwark of 
the Achaians ("a tower in battle"), 
fpkptov aaKOQ rivTi irvpyov, A 485 ; 
rrtXwptog, V 229; X 550, og irkpi piv 
tidog Tripi d' tpya tetvkto tCjv dXXutv 
Aavawv pfT dpvvova UijXtiijjva ; O'TrXwv 
Kpiaig, X 543 sqq. — (2) 'OiXrjog raxvg 
(cf ^ 793) Aiac,;i£taij/,'OtXia^i;c, Oile- 
us's son,leader of Lokrians ; for his pre- 
sumption swallowed up in the sea near 
the Fvpal TTfTpai, d 499.— (3) the two 
I heroes often coupled in dual or pL, e. g. 
I A.idvT€ dvu), OspdTTOVTeg "Aprjog, Qovpiv 
kiruipkvoi dXKtjv, TroXkpov dKopsffrtJi 
H 175, Afai/rf = Aias and Teukros. 

AlyaC, lit. ** wave city," in AiyioXcta, 
'AxdiKai', a town in Achaia, seat of 
worship, B 203, and favorite haunt, of 
Poseidon, N 21, €381. 

AlYa£a>v*, ace. lit. " wave - demon," 
popul. cpith. oi* sea-giant Bptapcwc (the 
" mighty." the " crusher"), only A 404. 

al7av^T)9) gen. '^y<nv. Bag, (a'i^), ve- 
nabuluin, hunting-spear, i 156, also 
thrown for amusement. [— ^ ^-^ — ] 

A17Ci8t)v, OrjtTHi T, in interpolated 
verse. A 265. Aigeus's son. 

diYCiof, 3, (a/^), cap r in us, of or 
hel'jtiging to a yoot. — (A.") ro^o^, cX\^^^^ 




of goat's milk, A 639. — (2) naKng, goat- 
skin bottle, see daKOi; ; Kvi/itj, goatskin 
cap. ut 231. 

o.iYcipo«, 17. populus nigra, 6/(r(c^ 
poplar; as tree in lower world, k 510. 

dtycov ( = aiyetov) doKov, goatskin 
bottle, I 196t. 

AlviaXcio., daughter of Adrestos, 
wife of Uiomedes, E 412f. [— ww 

aiYioX^, <^, 01/, litns, shore, beach^ 
fAiyaXtf), TroXvtJX^ii koiXov. [— ^^^[J 

AlYiaX<Ss (or a maritima, coatit- 
line). (1) division in N. Peloponnesos, 
afterward Achaia, B 575t. — (2) town 
in Paphlagonia, B 855t. 

alY^BoTos {l56nKut\ capras alens, 
abounding in goats, d 606 ; goat past- 
ure, V 246. [— w w s-.] 

alY£Xj,iros9 Kar — TrtTprig, I 16, 11 
4, of doubtful deriv. and signif.; the 
second part is perhaps from XirrTOfiai, 
loved and haunted by goats alone, for 
men too steep. [- >^ ^ »^] 

AlyCXiira Tptjxtiap, name of village 
in, or island near, Ithaka, E 633t. 

AXywav, ace, island in Saronic gnlf, 
opposite Peiraieus, still bearing its 
ancient name, B 562t. [ ^] 

AXyiov (cf. Ai'yiaXof), afterward 
chief city of the Achaian league, B 
574t. [---] 

alYC-oxos ( aiyic ), A igis-holding, 
epith. only of Zeus, though it might 
also be with propriety applied to Athene 
and Apollon, w 1 64* [- w w w] 

alyCsy «^oc, r), (strictly storm-cloud, 
cf ^Tratyi^w), Aigisy represented as a 
ponderous shield with a hundred gold- 
en tassels, B 448, hence ipin/ioi-; the 
handiwork of Hephaistos, O 309 ; the 
means in Zeus's hands, P 593, A 166; 
or at his command, in the hands of 
Apollon, of exciting tempests and 
of spreading dismay among men, O 
229; described, E 738, B 448; serves 
esp. in battle, seconded by tpig, dXKq, 
iwKrj, as means of spreading terror 
and flight; above all when borne bv 
Athene, B 448, x 297 ; in E 738 and 2 
204, it would at first sight appear as 
if the later conception, which regards 
the Aigis as the movable breast ar- 
mor of the goddess, and with which 
she is unifonnly represented in sculpt- 
ure (cf cut No. Itt), might be traced. 

but dfi^ifidXero refers as often rather 
to the reXa/iwv by which the shield 
was suspended over the shoulder; cf. 
also Ovaavosaaav. 

Aiyur^os, son of Thyestes, seducer 
of Klytaimnestra; despite the warn- 
ing of Zeus, a 35, he murdered her re- 
turning husband, tjg rig ri KarkKtavi 
jSovv iiri 0arvj?,y 196, X 409, ^51 2 sqq.; 
wherefore eight years later Orestes slew 
him and his own mother Klvtaimnestra, 
X 410, a 30, 7 196. 

aiYXT), 17, splendor, radiance ; 
XtvKri, gleaming brightness of sky, of 
daylight, ^ 45 ; also of sun and moon ; 
of weapons, B 458, T 362, owporcv 


alyXticvTOS (atyXiy), cttt' — *OXl'fnrov, 
de splendidtl Olympo, from re- 
splendent Olympos, A 532. 

al-Ywu$s, o, (yw;// or ditrffu)), vultwe, 
lammetgeyer, II 428, x ^02, dyKvXo- 
XtlXai,yafA\l/wvvxtg; with o/oi'tf, H 59. 

I S^' \m^ ^mg^ I 

AlYvirrios (when ultima is long, 
AiyvKTJrjg to be read with pynizesis), 
A e gyp tins. — (1) an Egyptian, d 83. 
—(2) Egyptian, K 263, p 4*32. 

Alyvimos, name of an aged Itha- 
kan, j3 15. 

AiYvnTOf, r/,Aegyptus. — (1) river 
Nile, ivppeiTTiv, K 257. — (2) Aegypt,the 
land of (magic) herbs, d 355 ; Alyvir- 
t6vC€, in Aegyptum. 

alScio = aldtto, imp. from aiHopai, 

V ere re, resj>ect, reverence, i 269. 

clS^ofjiai (ai'dtog), pr. imp. aldeo, ipf 
aldtro, fut. al8i(T((T^ofiai, aor. mid. ydt- 
(TafiT}v and aiSeaadfiriv, pass. ^SsaOrjv, 
aiSioOrjVj 3 pi. aldioOfv, vereri, feel 
shame. — (1) rtvd, reverence or stand in 
awe of, A 23, Z 442, X 124, y 96, <p 28, 
I 640; also joined with hiSia; was 
ashamed of his tears in the presence of 
the Phaiakians, 9 86. — (2) with inf., 
vereri, shrink from, by reason of re- 
ligious or other scniples, 4 146, -ir 75, 

V 343, X 312, X 82, out of regard to 
propriety, Z, 221, a 184, where tiaiivai 
is to he supplied. 

&£8t)Xos> ov, (of doubtful derivation, 
peril, d priv. and idEiv, cf. a-ici/<,). — 

(1) pcrniciosns. destroying, irvp. — 

(2) invisus, not to be seen, hateful, 
odious, of Arcs, E 897, 9 309 ; Athene, 
E 880; suiters, ir 29, \p 303; Mclan- 




thios, X 165. &iSiiX«s, abominable, ^ 
220. [-- ] 

*A(8t|s, 'AidwvtvQ, gen. 'Ai^ao [^-^ 
— >^], 'Aidnjj[;^^—^y&mi'Aidog [— ^^]» 
dat. ''Ai^i, 'Aidy, 'Aidiovfjif ace. 'Aidtiv, 
Ai(k8, Hades, god of lower world, 
ivkpoKTtv avdnauiv, dva^ ivkpioVf Ztvg 
KaraxOopioCf 1 457, of. O 188, 7r«Aw- 
peoff, JcXvroTTwXoc, 'i<l>9tfioc, Kparepoi', 
•jTvXaprriQj also (TTvyepog : freq. 'Ai^of 
do/jiov €i<ru}, or c/c Sofiov, kv dofioig, etc. ; 
often also only "AiSoirdi (sc. dofiovdt), 
or simply prep, ev, ec'c, followed by gen. 
'AtdoQ, without proper case of dofioQ. 

alSoCuv T€ fittTTfyd Kal dfiiftaXov, be- 
tween privy parts and navel, N 568f . 

alSoios, 3, (a/^wt). — (1) verecun- 
d u s, dKfiTTjg, shamefaced, bashful, p 678. 
— (2) venerandus, revered, venerated, 
augtist, applied to all persons connect- 
ed with one by ties of relationship or ob- 
ligation : of the rafAit},a 139; of kings, 
gods ; of friends, guests, suppliants ; 
often joined with <pi\og or dtivog ; o 373, 
aidoioXaiv (daiica=have given to the 
needy ; in X 360, alSoiorepog Kai ^iKnpog, 
more respected and beloved. alSoCws 
r direirtixvov, r 243, with due regard 
to the claims of a guest, with Jit escort. 

0Lt8o)iai, see aiSio^i, 

"AiSos, ''AiSiSa^, see 'AiSrfg. 

diSpcC^, ym, {didpig), i n s c i t i 2i, folly, 
H 198, f( 41; dtdptiyai vooio, k 231, 
257, X 272. [- ] 

cUSpts, £(, (^dPi8pig, from Pidfievai), 
ignarus, unacquainted with, xj^pov; 
stupid. r2\% [---^3 

al8<tfs, ovg, if, pndor. — (1) subj. 
sense of shame; u 171, ovd' aiSovg fioi- 
pav ixovatv, not a spark of shame; 
scruple, iv tppecri Okade aidut Kal vefie- 
aiv, N 122, cf. O 561, with Bsog, O 657 ; 
reverentia, regard, with 0i\on;c, Q 
1 1 1, ^ 505 ; with Tinif\, 9 480 ; dijjfidence, 
y 14. — (2) obj. disgrace, dishonor, used 
elliptically sc. « trrw, IT 22, or itTTiv, y 
24; with ace. and inf., E 787; privy 
parts =atdolop,X 75; B 262, hide thy 

aVkij aUv, sec dsi. 

oUi-YCvcTciwv, 9e(ov, and 9to'ig alii- 
yivsTymv (regular formula for closing 
the verse), born to unending life, eternal, 
immortal, w 373. 

aUi-vaovra, see divdovra, ever flow- 
ing, never failing. 

olcTiSs (cogn. w^ith oiiavog, avis), 
aquila, eagle, reXctoraroc rriTirtvCtv, 
favorite of Zeus, Jovis ales, Q 311; 
bird of omen ; iioptpvog 9r)pi]Ti}p, dusky 
bird of prey; high-soaring, M 201, X 
308; hook-beaked, r 538. [--^-J 

&£{t)Xov (^di,^i]kog = 8fjikog), ruv fitv 
di<^Tf\ov 9>iKtv 9iug, B 318, eum deus 
perillustre fecit exemplar, the 
god made it a conspicuous omen. 

alti)u>s fltj/jj/o ( = ai^j^og), vegetus 
homo, vigorous man, only P 620, fi 

•'•ll'D^* vegetus, robustus, vig- 
orous, robust, with dvrjp, and as 
with 9a\(poi, dprfi9ooi, Kparepog ] used 
as equivalent to man, p. 440. 

Ali^TV|9, son of "HXioc and Ukptrri, 
brother of KipKTj-, robbed by Jason of 
the golden fleece, u 70; 6Xo6d>pa)p, k 
137 [— ] 

aiTiTov, iriXijp, S 410, epithet of 
"HpaiffTog, of doubtful origin and 
meaning, perhaps best explained as 
from dijfii, breathing strongly, hard- 
puffing. [ -] 

al0aX<Scis, laaa, tv, (ai9a)), fumo- 
8 us, fuliginosus, smoky, black ivith 
smoke or soot, pk\a9pov, piyapov, B 
414, X 239 ; Kovig, of ashes that have 
burnt out and lost their glow, pulvis 


atOc, utinam, see m, I. 2. 

A{9v|, name of mare, lit. fiery. Sor- 
rel, ^ 295. 

alOijp, tpog, ^.(olQw), aether, space 
filled by light of day (aWprj), situated 
under the heaven, ovpavog, to which it 
is considered to belong, and separated 
by the clouds from the dr]p, which be- 
longs to the earth ; ai9kpi vniiov, as 
dat. of place (locative), dwelling in 
aether. In O 20, Here hangs from a 
cord made fast in ovpavog, and swings 
tv at9kpi Kal V6(j>s\y(nv', 11 365, as when 
a cloud rises from Olympos, out of the 
gleaming light of day, and mounts into 
heaven, i. e. the cloud seems to be gen- 
erated out of the transparent aether, 
and then rising perpendicularly, sub- 
sequently spreads over the sky. See 

AlOiKCfrfTi, dat. pi., to the Aithikes, 
a tribe west of Mount Pindos, B 744f. 

c— -] 




rriXoG' kovTog and /jTxarouc dvdpujv^ 
dfivfiovaQy AeihwpianSj "burnt faces," 
dwelling on Okeanos' stream, in two 
divisions, east and west, a pious folk 
whom the gods loved and often visited. 
It is nowise unreasonable to suppose 
that some tidings of the existence of a 
black race may have found its way to 
the Greeks of the Homeric age. 

al06fji€vo« (mda;), flagrans, ar- 
dens, burning^ Trup, etc., darv, 4» 523. 

dtOovou, i;c , p o r t i c u s, Ao//, porch ; 
epithets; polished (smoothly planked), 
resounding. We distinguish two al- 
Qoxmai, see plate III. at end of volume. 
— (1) on either side of vestibule, after 
passing the entrance door; al9. avXrjgf 
ip 390, J/ 1 76, X 449. — (2) after traversing 
the ai'Ai7, just before entering into the 
banqueting-hall, fisyapov ; this latter, aU 
Oovaa ^wjuarog, served as sleeping-room 
for guests^ y 399, ^ 297, and was roofed. 

atOoira, t, (afdui), ace. and dat. ful- 
gidus, coruscus, radians, spark- 
ling^ XoXkoq, olvog\ red, of smoke mixed 
with flame, k 152. [— ^ ^] 

at0f»|, tjv, (at0w), aether, Ught of 
day, clear skg, dvB<l>e\oc, t, 44, P 646, 
/i75. [— ] 

A{0pT), mother of Theseus, follows 
Helene as captive to Troja, V 144. 

aWpTj-YCvenris, Bo/oci}C) sprung from 
aether, i 296t. 

al6pT)-YCV€o«, virb piTnjg — BopsaOy 
under the blast of aether-bom Boreas, 
O 171. 

atopy SfSfirifiBvog, frigore con- 
feet us, orercome bg cold, ^ 31 Sf. 

alOvC^, fem., water-hen^ e 337 and 

atOo)v, (ovog, fulgens, fnlvus, 
shining, tawny ; of horses, see Atdoiv ; 
also of cattle, eagle, lion, and metal 
implements, a 372, B 839. 

AtOwv, uivoQ, name (1) assumed by 
Odysseus, r 183.— (2) of horse, 9 185, 
which we should best describe as Sor- 

at**, see al^Kt). 

&iKaS) rag, {diaaio\ ro^utv, telo- 
rum impetus, storm or hail of ar- 
rows, O 709t. [ ] 

&IKUS (djiKtog.jfjoiKe)=dsiKo'tg, tur- 
pi t e r, ignominiously, X 336f . [^ >-' — ] 

atp.a, arogy to, sanguis, blood, 
(1) in the veins,*" 717, also of gods, 

E 339, 870. — (2) cr uor, carnage, K 298 ; 
in sausage, (T 119. — (3) of descent, 6fooc? 
relationship, kin, joined with yivii]. 

alfAcurids Xcyeii/, septa colli- 
gere, plant out a thorn-hedge. [— ^ 

o.t|iaT<Sci«, €(r(ra, ivj)loody. — (1) san- 
guineus, (TfiwdiK bloody waJes, xl^iddic 
drops o/* blood. — (2) cruentatus, 
blood-besprinkled. — (3) s a n g u i n ar i- 
us, murderous, rjfj.aTa. [— ^ ^ — ] 

Alfiov£8T)s, AakpKTig, P 467t. 

AI(m>vC8t|s, Maiiav, from Thebes, A 

al(M>-^pvicra (jpopvatrtii), Sk Hrj xpka 
TjtrOtov, and were eating pieces of flesh 
all bloody (crudas), v 34St. 

olp.ovay Orjprig, skilled in the chase, 
E 49t. 

at|fcvX£oiot XoyoitTi BiXyei, persua- 
sive, persistent, a 56f . 

At|UtfV, ovog, KpiiiDv ; 'irapog N£- 
(TTopog, A 296t. 

alv-ap^TV| {alv6g),yoc. terribly-brave 
(contains at once recognition of bravery 
and censure for the faults which attend 
it), n 31t. 

Alvc£a9, gen. Aivilao, Alveiu), l{>c 
Traig 'Ayxioao and of Aphrodite ; as- 
cending pedigree as follows: Anchi- 
ses, Kapys, Assarakos, Tros, Erichtho- 
nios,Dardanos,Zeus ; represented as in 
feud with Priamos the great-grandson 
of Tros, N 460, Y 180, 307 ; favorite of 
the gods, E 344, Y 291. 

alv^ (alvog), prs., -Tiffu), -rftra, com- 
pro b are, approve, praise ; opp. vcikci, 
K 249 ; esp. of oracle, alvti, ir 403. 

alv£(op.(ai), with vtpi and l^oxa 
Bporiov a-rravTiov, prae omnibus te 
mortalibus praedico, praise thee 
above all other mortals, N 374 and Q 

Atviov, a Paionian, slain by Achil- 
lens, 4> 210t. 

alv<S6cv alvufi = alvov atvortpov, 
non ferendum in modum, horri- 
bly, H 97t. 

Alv<S6cv, Jj'ojn Ainos (in Thrake), 
A 520t. 

alv6-fiopos (fiopog), infortunatns, 
child of vtisfortune. 

alvo-iraO^a (iraBog), ace. with fiaiXa, 
me perquam infortunatam, ah 
me. poor sufferer! er 201 f. 

alvos, 1 a u d a t i o, 1 a u s, prai«e, * 795. 




tdvAi^f}^ OP, terribilis, formido- 
I08U8, /Hghtful, dreadJuL, horrible, in 
different grades of intensity ; aivoTan 
Kpovf Of/, dread son of Kronos; as we 
sometimes use dreadfully = extremely, 
exceedingly, very; aivoTarov TCfpidtidia, 
M 52, a 208 ; freq. aivbv cixog, dire woe ; 
often with drfioTiiri, ^vXowtg, Kafiaroi'j 
KOTOQ, etc. ; alv<£, adverbial, raKoHaa = 
wretched mother that I am, A 414; 
with oKo^vpofiai iradovaa, having en- 
countered such sorrow, X 431 ; alvws, 
adv. esp. with SeiSia, toiKsvai, a 208 ; 
mtensively with KaKa,p 24, cf. r 324. 
\ati/i;fMM, oXwTcu, aivvro, and part, 
pre. comprehend ere, take, A 374, 
580, N .550, O 459, * 490, i 225, 232, 
429, 53 ; seize, ^ 144, x 500. 

ai^, aly^* >/» o, dat pi. alytaiVf ca- 
pra, caper, goat. 

iCIcuncov, iter, aor., from diatna. 

AloX(Si|s, son of Aiolos, see Kpi)- 
Oevg, 51i(n;0o(;. 

AloXCtiv, vfjaov, island of Aiolos, 
with surrounding wall of bronze, k 1 
sqq. ; identified by the ancients with 
Strongyle or Lipara. 

aUXXn (at-, Po\-, volvo), ore ya- 
arkpa ivQa nai tv9a — , as when one 
turns this way and that a paunch full 
of fat and blood, v 27t. 

aloXo-OwpT)t, splendida lorica 
arm at us, with glancing mail, F 83. 

aloXo-|t£Tf»v|S (fiirpTf), with glancing 
(because plated with metal) girdle, E 


aloX6-va»XoS) with glancing (with 
metal trappings) steeds, r 185t. 

ai6\oqyOv,oi,{Pai'fo\-, volvo), mi- 
can s. — ( 1 ) of movement ; quick-mov- 
ing, stoijl-footed, T 404 ; wriggling, X 
509: buzzing, x 300; fikaov aioXoi, 
of wasps, pliant in the middle, because 
their body in the middle is so slender. 
— (2) of the impression which rays of 
light falling upon smooth, moving 
surfaces make; shimmeting, glancing, 
gleaming; of weapons, of snakes, M 208. 

AloKoiy (1) 'iTTirorddrii:, son of Hip- 

potes, lord of winds, k 2 (36, 60, , 

for AioAoo). — (2) father of Sisyphos, 
Z 154. 

Afircu&v, KaXijv, town on Messenian 
gulf, I 152, 294. 

aitrtiv^ (ui'Trvq). arduus, precipi- 
tous, steep, of localities ; cf. ^ 123. 

alin{ciF(rav9 montuosam, high-ly- 
ing, mountainous, 4> 87f. 

alinfv and a, (ainvi;), only with tto- 
\iv, and in H. with pktdpa, high-lying, 
plunging sheer down. 

alir<SXiov, properly, belonging to the 
ai-rroKoQ', caprarum grex, heid of 
goats; aliroXia irXars aiyutv, wide- 
grazing (dispersed widely) herds ot 
goats, ^ 101. 

al-ir<SXo« (for aiyir., trkXouai, ver- 
8 a.ri), goatherd, also with avrjp and 
with aiyCJv. (Others 6lq and TrsXofiat ) 

AlunJ, town subject to Nestor, B 

alirvs, tia, v, praeceps, arduus, 
precipitous, sheer. — (1) of localities: 
Olympos, mountains, towns, islands, 
lofty; of noose, hung high aloft, X 278. 
— (2) bursting headlong in, sudden, 
utter, 6X(9pog, <p6vog, x^^^€- — (3) ar- 
duus, hard, ttovoc, toil of combat ; N 
317, he shall find it hard. 

AlirvTiov napd Tvp(3ov, at funeral 
mound of Aipytos (progenitor of royal 
line) in Arkadia, B 604t. 

alpci, iirti), -rioio, aor. tlXov, 'iXov 
(^iXov), iter. 'iXiOKov, mid. atp(Vfitvoi, 
atpriaopat, tiXofirjv, IXofiriv, prehen- 
dere, take. — I. act. (1) seize, lay hold 
of, x^^P^ TtvoQ, a 258, Q 361 ; rivd 
Xtipog, by the hand; by the hair, * 
242; also with ace, 319, K 335, M 
397, 2 416, * 242; Sovpog, grasp the 
spear, IT 406 ; 6dnt ovdag, m or die us 
humum (of mortally wounded); im 
fiaoTaKo. Tiva x^P^^i ^^7 one's hands 
upon some one's mouth, hold the mouth 
shut with the hands; rivd irpori ol = 
{dyKCLQ) kXtiv, embrace, rj 252, \ 210 ; 
overtake in running, 330; win prizes, 
^ 119,Kv5oQ ; xioot ilpara^put on gar- 
ments (also iXia9ai,\l/ \S2). — (2) meta- 
phorically, take possession of, dXyoi;, 
I rtrj/, n 805 ; SO of various emotions. 
j joy, grief, courage, astonishment, long- 
ing, fear ; trOev IXwv, taking up the story 
where, 9 500. — (3) toll ere, take away 
from, Q 579 ; rob, A 356 ; capture, B 
37, N 42 ; take captive, * 102 ; slay, IT 
306, A 457, and freq.— II. mid. (1), take 
one's own, or for one's se)f; also with 
drco, £ 210; revxta d-rr' wp.wv, lay off*, 
H 122; cf O 125, Z 472, also spoH- 
are. stjip off, P 206. — (2) take to oiwi's 
self, as food, Scpirov, ^tiirvov, •wvivtvv^ 




take with one, 40, K 601 ; receive, I 
297,0 367.2 500; €n/oy,H482; attain, 
reach a decision, 2 501 ; take an oath of, 
opKov Tivi and rtrof. — (3) choose, select, 
K 235, B 127, « 121.— (4) rob, fi 246, 
2 445. 

''A-ipoSs No Iros, unhappy Iros, a 73f . 

dtpo), see dpiwfiai, 

"Ais, see 'Ai8r}g. 

ato-a, 77, (7<rot,), portio. a/htfed 
share. — (1) pars, part, r 84, 2 327; 
riu> ^6 fitv Iv Kapbg altrg (of. Attic 
phrase, iv ovdevbg fispii riOiaOai). — 
(2) propriety, Kar altrav, suitably ; opp. 
virkp alaav, Z 333.— (3) length of life, 
vitae portio, A 416. — (4) destiny, 
sors; ly aiay, to one destiny ; Kaicy a., 
to misfortune; Oavdroio a., to death; 
alad fiot ecrn, I am destined, s 206, ^ 
315. — (5) destiny, as controlling power, 
Y 127, jy 197; virkp ai(Tav,Z 487, con- 
trary to fate's decree ; Aing, daifiovog a., 
decree pronounced by Zeus, by divin- 
ity; vTTtp Atug aiaav, in disregard of 
Zeus's fateful decree, P 321 ; Kaicfi Awg 
a. 7rap((TTTi y'lfiip, the ill destiny sent by 
Zeus reached us ; Trsxptufikvog altry, 
handed over to fate. 

At(n|irov, ace, son of Abarbaree and 
Bukolion,Z 2 If. 

AtfrqiroS) river on Mount Ida. 

ai<r6c, dioOujv, ipf. and part. (dPu)), 
always with 0v;iov, an imam efflans, 
exspirans, 6reaMi«^ out one's life, II 
468. [---] 

ato-kfiov, Tj, a,(al(ra). — (1) fatalis, 
decreed by /ate.— -(2) d e c o r u s, becom- 
ing, i d o n e u s, suitable ; a e q u u s, just ; 
alaifia tidevai, think justly, be right- 

o.toxo« (aiffa), auspicious, propi- 
ti u s, opportune, Q 376t. 

Llavovax, -ojv, aor. ni^a, (di^io, dl^at, 
di'^ag), di^aaKOV ; mid. di^afrOai ; aor. 
lyi'X^ijv, (dixOqrTiv), impctu ferri, 
move with eager haste. — I. act. (1) hast- 
en, Q 711, o 183, tit 488; rjt^s irkn- 
aOat, flew rapidly; di^ag, in haste; 
vpofftTut, (l)6f3opde, aTTo rivog, fly, of 
birds ; of arrows (speed) ; of chariot 
(sped over (he ground), '♦^ 369 ; of 
thoughts (rove, O 80) ; roi ck aKiai 
dhaovoi, but they flit about like shad- 
ows, trepidant, K 495. — (2) charge, 
come rushing on, dvr'ioi, Soxfua, XiKpi^ig, 
esp. in hostile signif., ^atryavy, tyxi'i, 

charge upon (strike, thrust, etc.); 2 
506, with these they rose quickly up, 
— II. dep. = act. signif., X 195, >!' 773, 
Z 510; n 404, the reins slipped /roin 
his hands. 

a-urrog (Pidfisvai, Idtiv), ignotus, 
of which nothing is known or seen ; dis- 
appeared without leaving a trance, ron- 
ished, lost ; IS, 258, and he would have 
cast me out of the upper air, and sub- 
merged me out of sight in the sea. 

^MTTCdiTfiav, from aitJTou), (di<rTog\ 
cause to disappear, v 79, annihilate; 
diarw9ri<Tav, vanished, k 259. 

o.UruT)Tt)pi, y. L for aiffvfipriTqpif Q 
S47 If, pnnce/y. 

AUnhiToo, (1) ykpovTog rvfi^og, 
Trojan, father of Antenor, B 793t. — 
(2) oiorpe'psog vwv, Alkathoos, N 427t. 

aUrvX<S-cpYos (fkpyov), v. 1. for oi- 
ffvXa pk^tjv, or bjipifioipyog, E 403f, 
nefarius, high-handed, wicked. 

&£(rvXa (d-itrog), only with pkl^nv 
and fiv9f]aa(T6ai ; nefaria, turpi a, 
do or speak evil. [— ^ ^] 

AUrvp.T|6cv, S 304t, from Aisyme, 
inThrake. [ -] 

al(rvp.vT|Ttjpi Kovput, princely youth, 
Q 347t. 

aUrv-ftvi^TV|s, msc. (altra, pvrjfia), 
cf. if popvrjfuov), umpire, unprejudiced 
referee, 9 258t. 

At(rup.vov, ace, Grecian chief, slain 
by Hektor, A 303t. 

aXcrxos, ntr. (atdiofiai), i gn om i n i a, 
dedecus, disgrace, \ 433, tr 225; pi. 
spoken insults, Z 351, 524, if I must 
listen to words of contumely for thy 
sake ; a 229, outrageous acts. 

aUrxp<^> turpi s, disgracffal, (1) 
B 216, ugly. — (2) injurious, insulting, 
tTTia ; adv., aiaxp^g ivkvnnv, ignomin- 
iously reproved. 

aUrxvvw (alaxog), aor. ytrxvvs, foe- 
dare.— (I) dl'flgure, 2 24, 180.12 418. 
—(2) insult, Z 209, /3 86 ; ^571, tar- 
nish Uiy i&mQ. — (3)mid.verecundari, 
have scruple, hesitation. 

AWova, ace, A ism, son of Kretheus 
and Tyro, father of Jason, king in 
laolkos*, \ 259. 

atrci, i mp, prs., fut. -rfffu), aor. part. 
- jiyrTo rra, rog are ; ask; rivd n, some 
one for something; beg,8uefor,Q 292, 
TU'i Ti ; seek as wife, N 365. 




alTiaaovai9 see alndofini. 

alTvc£a«rdai (aiVia), only pres. and 
ipf., usually resolved, incusare, actmse 
of; a 32, what charges the mortals 
bring against the gods ! 

alri^civ (aiVlw), only pres.. only Od., 
rogare. — (1) ask, d 650. — (2) beg, im- 

dtrvoSt o«, (atria), culpandus, 
reus, guilty of something (in bad 
sense), T 86, 'tis no fault of mine; 
aoi d' ovTi fivriiJTrjpfg aWioi daiv, you 
should not blame the suitors at all, 
i3 87. 

alri^cDvrai, 3 pi. pres. indie., alrioiito, 
'tfiTo, 2 and 3 sing. opt. from aindofiai. 

AiruikiQiy A ito&an. 

AlruXfk, *• 471, i^ 379; -oi, the 
Aifolians in Hellas, I 531, 549, 597. 

ai'xp.aavovint fut. from aixfid^^o, 
alxiidQi youths should hurl the spears, 
A 324t. 

alxfA^s r), (aKiQ, acutus), cusp is, 
point, tyxfog, dovpog ; then the whole 
spear, O 542. 

clIxi&iitcS. and alxi&tiTi^S) o, spenr- 
vuin, warrior, F 179 ; also sA].,Jighting 
with spear, warlike, B 543. 

alt|ra (=ai7r€ora, from aiirvQ), ex- 
templo, forthwith; aixpa d' ttrnra, 
immediately after; paX aixpa, al\pa 
fidXd, very quickly ; ai\pa Kai orpa- 
XkioQ, at once and quickly.|nr|p^ J7, (aZi//«), citus. T 276, he 
dissolved the quickly disjyersing (pro- 
lepsis) assembly, /3 257, d 103, soon 
corner a sui*feit of the chilling lament 
for the dead. 

oiov {ar\vaC), Itril tpiXov — rirop, when 
I was breathing out my life, O 252f. 

&t««v {dP'no), only pres. and ipf. 
aiov, s e n t i o. perceive. — (I) by senses, 
irXriyffg. — (2) by mind, <r 1 1. — (3) karn 
of, by hearsay : ovk ditig, knowest 
thou not? by sense of hearing, ktv- 
irov, OTTO, voice, usually with gen. 
<l>9oyyrjgy exc. cu 48 ; regard, O 378, 
* 199. 

aXuVj otvnc, 6, (17, X 58), (alPo'v, 
aevum), lifetime, A 478, I 415 ; life, 
anima, T 27, X 58; with i//wxJ7, H 
453, ( 523. 

d-Kamp'o, masc. (d priv., kokoq), 
deliverer, applied to Hermes, u> 10. 

^KoXa-ppcCrao (fiKo, pBto), / ^ — /3r»- 
9vpp6ov 'iiKiavuloj from the smoothly 

flowing, deep-streaming Okeanos, H 
422, r'434. 

& KoLfjiavTi, a, (icM/ii/(i>), i n d e f e s s u s, 
untiring, 11 823. 

*AKd)Mi«, avTOQ, (1) son of Antenor 
and Theano, leader of Dardanians, 3! 
478. — (2) son of Eussoros, leader of 
'J'hrakians, Z 8. 

a-Kdfiarov {KaparoQ), i n (1 ef e s s u s, 
TTvp, untiling, smouldering fire. [— ^ 

^KavOos (uKfj), ace. pi. from dxavOa, 
c a r d u o s, thistles, e 328t. [^ ] 

''Akootos, king of Dulichion, ^ 336t. 

&Kaxc£aTo, 3 pi. plupf., &Kaxciv; 
aKaxtjorw, &Kax'nfi^vos9 see olKaxifw* 

&K-axi(<»> aor. iiKax^, aKaxilv, and 
aKdxntrt ; mid. aKaxiKofiaij pf. aKdxrj- 
fiai, 3 pi. dicijxiSaTai, part, also dKrjxt- 
fiivrj, at, inf. dKaxUffOai, plupf. 3 pi. 
aKax^iaro, aor. okuxovto, -oiro {dxoi') ; 
distress, afflict, ir 432, ^ 223; mid. 
distress ones self, pf grieve, Ovptji^ -ov, 
yrop, in heart ; because of something, 
TtvoQ Tivi'y with part.yX 486; ttvkivu/^, 
V 84; XtTjv, Z 486; pdXa, U. 16 (cf. 

dicax|ik^o«, 3, (jaKiy), acu tus, sharps 
ened, pointed; tyxoQ uk. (c^lt x^Xicy), 
lance tipped (with sharp bronze point); 
TrfXcKUf d^^oTsptjjBtv die., double-edged 
axe, £ 235. 

CLKaxoiTO, see dxvvpat. 

dxkopai, aK€i<S|XCvoy, 01, aor. rfKiad- 
prjv (imp. aKtaaai), sedare. assuage. 
— ( 1 ) heal, repair, ^ 383 ; make good, 
K 69, N 115.— (2) slake thirst. 

d-Kcpirc-icdfjiTis (/ceipw), with unshorn, 
flowing hair, Fhoibos, 1' 39f . 

aKCfTfiara (aKioinot), pi., as means 
of alleviating pain, O 394f. 

*AKCoxrap,cvoio, gen., a king of 
Thrake, father of Periboia, 4> 142f. 

CLKCo-TaC (aKEopcn) ^ptveg, tra^ctable, 
N llSf. 

CLK^wv, ovn, ovna, (uKoXog). seda- 
tus, tacitus, silent, A 34; dxtiov is 
generally used adverbially ; a neuter 
form, aKfwv (cf aK^v), may have once 
existed, which was afterward con- 
founded in common use with the 
part. d«c€u>v. 

d- icqScarroi, unhuried, % 60; dicrjSe- 
OTwy. pitilesslyy X 465. 

d-ic^8ci9 and aicijSco-cv, froTn dicrf^fto 
(Kr]6eu))y negUgexG, disregcvTd.> sUgUt 





esp. the dead, wounded; always with 
negative, S 427, ^ 70. 

i-ia|8i]5, 6C» (iciy^of), inenriosns. — 
(1) act. unfeeling^ 4> 123, p 319 ; ioiih~ 
out sorrow, Q 526. — (2) pass, neg- 
lected, ^ 26, r 18 ; unburied, w 187, 
12 554. 

a-icijXT)T09 {icqXsa}, to charm), vooq, 
inflerihfe purpose, k 329t. 

diojv, ancient ace, cf. aKkutv, pla- 
cide, tacit e, silent, with iaav, taav\ 
also common phrase, dKr)v iykvovro 
auoiry, became hushed in silence, ir 
393. [--] 

iL-Kt\pwnov (kvp), intactum, not 
meddled with, pure, olvov, i 205f. 

j ^ — N^ N»/ ^ I 

&-ici{paT09, ov, (kIjp), integer, un- 
touched, pure, Q 303. 

1. &-icVipioi {icrip), incolnmes, un- 
injured, \j/ 328. 

2. &-ioiipioi' and oi, (icrjp). — (1) ina- 
nimus, dead. — (2) ignavus, spirit- 
less, cowardly, 6io^, E 812. 

&ia)x^aTai, aKT]X^<>L'rO'i, &kt)xcH^vt|, 
see dKa\ill,it). 

aKiSv^cpos, 3, neglectns, mi- 
ser, more insignijicant, in figure ; more 
wretched, rr 1 30. 

a-KiKV9 (jcikvq), imbecillus,yee6/€; 
only in Od. [-' — -] 
^ d KixT|Ta {Kixavio) ^((okoji/, negata 
perse qu ens, pursuing the unattain- 
able, P 75t. [----] 

a-KXavTO« (icXat'toi), illacrimabi- 
lis, (1) unwept. — (2) 5 494, tearless. 

d-xXciis (/cXeof), ace. sing. dxKka, 
better aKkta, pi. aicXjjttf, inglorious; 
adv. aKXeiuJQ. 

&-KXi{p({> (jcX^poc), sine pat rim o- 
nio, portionless, needy, X 490t. 

&K)iTJs (aKpoi;), tm 4v/oov 'iararai, in 
discrimine res est, stands on the 
razor's edge, K 1 73t. 

&K|AT)v6s {cLKfiii) Odfivoc IXairjg, Jull- 
grown olive-tree,^ 191t. 

aK)iT|vos {dKfjirj, ieiunia), fame- 
lie us, unsatisfied, hungry, with gen. 

a-K|&TJTC9) pi. (ica/Lirfai), indefati- 
gati,y/Y?s//, unwearied (only 11.). 

&K|&<S-6cTOv (dic/iwv), anvil-block. 

oKftovo, -ac, incudem, es, anviV 

aKVTjaTiv, /car', in spina dorsi, in 
the backbone, k 161t* 

dKoCrriS) 6, fiKOtrts, r), c o n i a x, ii««- 
6a«(/, wife, € 120, 1 397, and freq. 
&k6Xovs, frusta, morsels, p 222t. 

[— -] 

&-KO|&urTCT), /ac^ o/* care, neglect, ^ 

&KOVTi][(0 (aKOVTlOv), QOT. aicoi/rt((T)(To, 
iaculari, hurl javelin, fivog, iiri rivi^ 
iiQ Tiva ; alxfidg, dovpa, tyx^'i, 6ovpi. 

&KovTurra£, ac^iaculatores, spear- 
men, lancers, a 262. 

&KovTurTvv, ace. fem., game of the 
dart, sftear contest, ^ 622t. [ii] 

d-K6pv|T09 {KopEvvvpi), iusatiabl- 
lis, insatiate, with gen., Y 2. 

CLKOS) ro, (cbctofiai), remedium, 
cure, remedy, x 481. 

a-Ko<rfia (KocTfiog), ewea, indecen- 
tia, unbecoming, B 213t. 

&KO O 'rV jutt s (aicoeTTT^) tiri ipdrvy, hav- 
ing fed abundantly (on barley) at the 
manger (XL). 

aKovatcoOc, ovrai, wvrai, {cucovia), 
ausculto, listen, hearken ; rivog, A 343, 
ye are they who arejirst invited to the 

&Kovi(, i), (aKovui), auditus. — (1) 
sound, n 634, one hears it from faraway. 
— (2) fama, tidings, report (hearsay). 

a-Kovpov {Kovpog), filio caren- 
tem, without male heir, ij 64t. 

aKovw, -(TOfiai, iJKovcFa, audio, hear, 

(1) M 442, O 129, /3 423 ; listen, T 79, 
a 370, doiSoiJ ; hear, with ace, ic 221 ; 
oira, if)96yyov, arovov, v\ayp,6v, or 
with gen. fivKri9p.ov, p. 265, dvrrjg (mid., 
A 331), ^Ooyyfjg, kljkvtov olpwyijg, 
(TTovaxfig KTVirov (0 291, pvQuiv Kai 
pr}<Tiog) ; rtvog ri ; or with gen. of par- 
ticiple (TTivdxovrog, 9 95, i 497. — 

(2) com per ire, learn of by hearsay, 
K\kog, Q 543 ; with inf i Z 386 ; with 
gen. of partic. in II., only Q 490 ; X 
458, p 115, a 289; with gen. alone, 
5114; 'Trepi rivog ; virip CEBtv, Z 524; 
ex aliquo audire, rivog, p. 389, U 
rivog ri, o 374. — (3) ex audire, give 
ear to, with gen. and dat., also with 
part.; audientem esse, o/>f^,T 256, 
ly 11, opoKXrirripog ; pres. used with 
signif of perf , d 688. 

a-KpdavT09 (Kpaiaivio), irritus, un- 
accomplished, vain. [ 3 

dxpa^ and -aka, (aKpog. drjpi), im- 
petuosus, blowing strongly, fresh, (5 
421. [ -^] 




oKpfii {aKpog\ summa pars, sum- 
»m7, promontory ; kot aKprji^^ a vler- 
tice, from the summit; then, from 
top to bottom, i. e. utterly, N 772. 

aicpT|6cv, in KardicptjOev, see Kcip, 

a-KpT)T09, 2, (Kepdwvfjii)y merus, 
unmixed, pure, io 73. 

&KpC8cs, aiy locusts, $ 12t. 

&Kpia« {aKpiQ, from cucprf), 8i\ amid 
the windy mountain- tops, i 400. (Od.) 

*AKpuru0VT|, daughter of Akrisios, 
Aavdri, 3? 319t. 

&<KpXT^-|&vOo9 (uKpira, fivOog), sense- 
less babbler, B 246; useless are the 
confused dreams, r 560. 

a-KpXT09, 2, {Kpiviii). — (1) undistin- 
guished, common, rvfipog. — (2) endless, 
beyond measure, also with ttoXKcl ; ad- 
verbially aKpiTov, unceasingly. 

&-KpYT^-(^vXXov opoQ, thickly over- 
grown (with foliage), B 868t. 

&Kpo-KcXaivi6wv, growing black on 
surface, with troubled surface, 4» 249t. 

dKp6-KO|&oi (Ki')p,Ti), with hair tied up 
on the crown of head, A 533+. 

aKpov (uKpoc;), summum, point, 
summit, promontory. 

*AKp6vcfi>s, name of a Phaiakian, 9 

aKp^-iroXis, citadel of Troja, only 9 
494, 504. 

OKpo-ir^Xounv {irkXonai), iv — opw- 
aiv, on lofty mountains, E 523. 

&Kpo-v6pov9 ( intpui ), acumine 
trans figentes, dfiiKovq, with pene- 
trating points, sharp-pointed, y 463t. 

&Kpos, 3, {aKq, acies), extremus, 
sum m us, at the point or end or top, 
outermost, topmost, highest, the extremity 
of; tail,^519; hand, foot, 11 640, shoul- 
der, rudder; ttoKiq dxprj, UKpri TroXig, 
upper city; edge, surface, etc.; Kar 
wcpriQ, see oKpri ; adverbially dxpov, 
Y 229, along the top. 

*AKTaiT|, a Nereid, 2 41t. 

1. &icn{ {dyvvfii), m ol a, always with 
dX^irov (or Atjfjirirspog), barley meal; in 
opposition to the whole kernels, oijXai, 

2. &icn{, litus, coast, often TrpopXr}- 
r«ff dicTai, tongues of land, promonto- 
ries, jc 89. 

&-icTirj|u«v (KTrjfjia), c a r e n s, noi pos- 
sessing, with gen., I 126. 

&imvc<rori, iKTicriv, fern., (aKTig), 
'HeX/oio, radiis, beafns of Helios. 

*AicTop£8ao, gen., descendant of 
Aktor, Echekles, n 189+. 

*AicTop£s, attendant of Penelope, ip 

*AicTopU«v, name for either of the 
sons of Aktor; the two were called 
'AKTopiojvf, and also MoXiovt, after 
their mother Molione, A 750. 

''AicTwp, (1) ' A^i idrig, son of Azeus, 
B 513.— (2) father of Msvoinog, A 785, 
n 14. — (3) father of the 'kKTop'novi, 
eon of ^opjiag, brother of Avyeiag. — 
(4) father of 'ExiKXfjg. 






&K<tfidj (dicTj), cusp is. point, of mis- 
siles, ^ 16. 

CLKCDV, ovrog, 6, (a'lcj?), iaculum, 
dart,K 335, A 137, ^531. 

OKoiv = dtKbJV, i n V i t u s, unwillingly. 

aXoi8(c) {(iXg), in mare versus, 
seaward, A 308, also with iig. [^ -" --] 

&XdXT)|&ai, see dXdofiai, vagari. 

&X(iXt)t6s» ({i, masc. (dXaXd), cla- 
mor, shout, war-cry ; also cry of fear, 
and, 01 463, of joy. [-^ ^ — ^] 

oXoXkc, -elv, -(jjv, sec aXk^u), 

*AXaXKO|&cvt]C99 epithet of 'A9f)vri, 
from the Boiotian city 'AXaXKOfitvai, 
near the lake Triton (see TpiToy€vtia)y 
A 8,E908. [--ww-w] 

dXdofjLat, dXcurOc, imp. dXoio, ipf. 
riXu)p,r]v, aor. dXr\9riv, pf. dXdXrjuat, 
-Tjn9t, dXdXTj(T9ai, dXaXiffievog, va- 
gari, tva ndsr, rove^ d 368, o 276, 492, 
y 302,T^77 ; dXwfuvog, vagatus, 

&Xou$s, ov, caecus, blind [ww>-.; 
« 493. fidvTiog aXaov, or v. 1. p.dvrr]og 

tLkao-VKomvi^v {<TKOTrir\), ov6' — dx^, 
nor did he keep a blind, i. e. a careless 
watch. [>^ w — w w _] 

dXcuiHrcv {dXaow, from dXanc), 6(f>- 
9aXp.ov, caecavit, blinded, (Od.). 

&Xairaov6s, 3, infirmatus,ye6&ie, 
(j9kvog, (TTixigi etc. 

aXaird|[w, fi, ipf. dXaTra^e, fut. -^la, 
aor. aXdwa^a {dXairadvog), infir- 
mare, esp. with woXiv, sack; ^dXay 
yag, rout, also slay. 

dXaffTEw (dXaarog), only ipf. i?jXd- 
OTCov, aor. part. dXaarriaag, aegre 
fero, be indignant. 

•AXa«rropt^v,TTOS.'>C 4^^. 




a-Xa(rros5 ov, {\a9i(r9ai\ horren- 
dus, never to he forgot ten^ dreadful^ 
dxog^ TrkvOoQy oKaarov c8i>fjofitu. 

'AXdoTwp, o/oof. — (1) a L}'kian, E 
677.— (2) leader of the Pylians, A 295. 
— (3) father of Tros. 

oiXawTvv, rr/v, (aXaoc), otpOaXfJiody 
excaecationera, blinding^ i 503t. 

dXystOy aor. subj. dXyj7cr£rf , part. aX- 
yriaaQ, {aXyog), dolerc, ^^/ pain; in 
7.1. of bodily pain ; Od., /x 27, in more 
general sense. 

oXyiov (conip. from aXy-oc), p e i u s, 
worse ; in exclamations : cf. French, 
tant pis, so much the worse; with 
dat. in threats, that shall be the worse 
for him ; also aXyt oriy SafidfraaBaif 
difficillima domitu, very hard to 
tame, break. 

0X709, dolor, pain^ g^'^fy distress^ 
esp. of mind, esp. -KoQkv dXyia Ovfitfj 
Kparkp dXyea Trarrxwr, d. Oeivaif Sov- 
vai^ rtvxfii/f KaWnr' oTrierffw, etc. 

d\caiv(jj (aX-^-, alo), only aor. ^sXe' 
ifXSavc TToinkvi \aCjv (Od.), aluit, she 
Jilled out his limbs. 

oXSijiTKovTos (aX-, alo), Xiyiov, ore- 
see n t i s, growing^ "^f 599t. 

4X^aa6ai, see d\ko^ai. 

aXcYciviSs, 3 {akyoQ), do lore affi- 
ciens, painful. — (1) of bodily pain, 
aixM") odvvq. — (2) in wider signif., 
molestus, aerumnosus, grievous, 
mournful, dyysXirjj 'Apr/f, dyrjvopitf. 
— (3) difficilis, ha7'd, irvyfiaxir), 
fnixVi "^voiY}, Kvfiara, hard to struggle 
with ; 'iTTTTOi d. dafiijfifvai, hard to 
break, cf. ^ 655; hard to endure, <t 
224. [^w-.-.] 

*AXcYnvopi8(u>, Upofiaxoio, son of 
Alegenor.S 503t. 

otXryCi;!!) {dXyog), always with oi\ 
con tern no, not to concetm one's self 
al)out, Tivog. 

aXcTvvciv (dXyog), only with Salra, 
{airaQ, parare cenam, ^lY'e (strictly, 
prepare), a banquet, enteitain (Od.). 

okXfyw {aXyoQ), trouble one^s self, heed; 
I 504. who follow, ^rou6/(3<f. behind Ate ; 
usually with negation: contemn o, 
despise^ tivjq ; hence ovk dXiyovaai, 
shameless, insolent; Z, 268 = aXf yvi/ouert, 
they attend to the rigging. 

dXccivw (dXsrj), only pr. and ipf , 
avoid, shun, ripd, ri; also with inf. 

[ ] 

1. aX^T| (^dXeP'opai), escape, X 301 1. 

2. 6Xir\ (sol ?), warmth of sun, p 23t. 
oXcCara (dXnap, aXsto), farina 

t r i t i c e a, wheaten flour, v 1 08t. 

oXcCsy tioa, kv, aor. pass, part., from 

*AXcC<nov, town in Elis, B 617, A 

aXciOX>v, TO, drinking goblet, usually 
costly, cf. o 469 ; with handles, x 9» 

aXcCrvis, ov, (aXtraiVw), scelera- 
tus homo, reckkss offender, r 28, v 
121. [^ ] 

aXci4>ap, arog, (dXtitpio), only gen. 
and dat., unguentum, ointment ; fat, 
for anointing corpses ; y 408, shining 
with fat. [^ — ^] 

dXei<l>(a {Xiira), TJXf i^av, -dfirjv, only 
aor., and usually with X(7r' iXaitp, un- 
gere, anoint; obi in ere, smear with 
wax, fi 200. [-' — ^] 

*AXcKTpv<Svo9, vwg, i. e. Arjirog, an 
Argonaut, P 602t. 

aXcv, itXivy see aor. from eiXioj, 

&Xc{d|&cvo9, aX^|cur6ai, aor. mid. 
from dXi^bj. 

*AX^{-av8pos, name given by Greeks 
to ndpig ; epithets, Stag . . . 'EXcviyc 
TToaig f^vKopoiOj OtofiSrjg, jiamXevg, A 
96 ; not characterized bv Homer as so 
effeminate and feeble as in later rep- 
resentations (r 16, 39, 59), yet usually 
represented with the bow (A 369, 507, 
581), and as betraying a sensual char- 
acter ; cf. also r 442, Z 290, F 39, Q 
28, 763, A 94. 

aXc{-dvc|&ov (dvtixog), x^alvov, ven- 
tum arcentem, protecting against 
the wind, ^ 529. [^ — w ». s^] 

dtXctriTTipa /xdx'/Ci defensor pug^ 
nae, stemmer of battle, one who bears 
the bnmt in the fight, T 396t. 

aXc{(-KaKos (KaKrv), mala arcens, 
warding off ill or evil, protecting, K 20f. 

oiX^{w {dXidj), inf. dXt^B^ii'{ai), fut. 
dX£^/,crw, red. aor. dXaXKS, subj. dXdX- 
Kym, inf. dXdXKHV, -kftevai, -ffiev, aor. 
opt. dX(^rj(T(i(, and subj. mid. dXt^w- 
fjitaQa, arceo, ward off W, rtvi, dat. 
c o m m o d i, nvi ri ; mid. keep off from 
one's self {rivd), so d e f c n d c r c (a b 

&XcfiS|jic6a and -cvcrai, -ofjievog, aor. 
TJXevaTO, dXevaro, -vto, opt. dXkairo, 
imp. dXivai, dXkaadi, inf. dXtwa^i, 




part dkivdfKvog (subj. dXePtircUf d\i- 
fwfxfOa, aor. or pres.), evitare, avoids 
escape ^ ri, esp. the weapons, the wrath 
of any one, esp. of the gods, E 444, II 
711, t 277 ; hence, secondly, (vereri), 
stand in dread off be on one's guard he- 
fore, t 274, with inf. 

aXcrat (aor. subj. from aXXo/iat), i n- 

iXiTpevovcTi (ttXcrp/cX flfWwr/. r) 104f. 

&XcTpi9 («Xfw) yvvi)^ female slave 
who qiinds coiTi. v 1 05+. 

&Xeu€Tai = aAeArai, see dXttofjitOa. 

dXcw, see icaraXlo/. 

aXcupii] (dXfPwprj, dXiofiai), muni- 
men turn, defense, rivog, against some 
one ; but Q 2 1 6, flight. [-' ] 

oXfi, >/, (d\doiJLat)f oberrationes, 
roaming without knowledge whither, 
nor hope of rest, ceaseless wandering 
of Odysseus and his companions, o 
345. (bd.) [--] 

&XT|6€iT|, y), (X/}dai), Veritas, truth, 
dTTotiTTOi, TcaiBoQ (de filio) ntdaav 
fivOfjffoixai, KaraXk^ti). [^ "] 

dXT|6c£s (aor. part from dXaofiai), 

^T)9i^, kg, (XriOw), verus, dXrjO^g 
tvKTTre, y 247 ; elsewh. dXrjOka fivOi}- 
aatrBai, tiTrs, irdvr dyopevou), verum 
loqui, speak the truth, tell truly; 
only M 433 dXrjOrig, proba, honest. 

^— ] 

'AX-fjiov, weSiov to, Aldan plain in 
Asia Minor (v. sq. = plain where no 
harvest grows — barren waste), Z 201f. 

&-Xi]ios (Xriiov), sine arvis, with- 
out com land, poor, cf. aKXrjpog. [^ — 
>-' >-< I 

a-XT|icTos (X^yw), unceasing; ad- 
verbially dXXTjKTOv, unceasingly. 

aXij)icvai, okXTJvai (inf. 2 aor. pass, 
from d\tu}), congregari. 

&Xi{|u»vcs (dXrifiwv, dXrf), errabun- 
di, roving, p 376. 

&XT)Tai (aor. subj. from aXXofiai)', 

oXTjTcvctv (aXjjTJjc), vagari, roam 
about, <T 114. (Od.) 

&Xil|Tr|99 y, rjv, masc. (aXdofxai) erro, 
tramp, beggar, p 576. (Od.) 

'AXOoiT), wife of Oivevg in KaXu- 
dojv, mother of MtXkaypog, I 555f . 

aX6cTo (from d\9opai), %£(jO, was 
healing, E 41 7f. 

aXi-(Uc« {uXg, dPrjui) ovpoi, venti 

maritimi, blowing on the sea, good 
sea- wind 8 ^ 361 f. [^ ^ — w w] 

'AXCaprov, -KOiijtvTa, Ilaliartos, in 
Boiotia, with its rich meadows, B 503f . 

&-X((urTos (Xidilofiai), obstinatus, 
stubborn, unceasing (only 11.). [ w >». — v_ J 

&XiYKto9» like, with which it seems 
to be etymological ly connected. 

aXicvs, rjog, (uXg), niaritimus, tt 
349; elsewh. pi sea tor ^s^f?'. [-^^-] 

'AXi(wvcs, tribe of Trojan allies 
from Pontos led by Wiog. 

'AX(t) (3oi!Jirig, a Nereid, 2 40 f. 

*AXi^^p(rv)9, son of Mestor, friend of 
Odysseus, Ithakan, /3 157, p 78. (Od.) 

oAi-i&vpiiicvTa, Tiuv, {/jivpij)), maris 
aestu oppletus,reacAcrf^^ salt water, 
briny, « 460,^ 190. 

1 . aXioS) ioio, S, {(iXg), m a r i t i m u s, 
belonging to the sea; of old man of 
the sea, ^ 365, etc. ; liXiai = Nereids, 

2. lDMi%, fruitless; of missiles, words, 
speeches, e. g. E 7 1 5. O 92. [^ ^ ^] 

"AXios, (1) a Lykian. E 678.— (2) 
son of Alkinoos, 119, 370. [- - -] 

aXio-Tpc4>^a)V (aXf), (jaaKaiov, in 
mari nutritarum, the seals which 
flnd their food in the sea, d 442 f. 

aXiuo^, -ucrai (aor. from aXtooi, 
uXiog), render fruitless, biiffle, € 104 j 
hurl in vain, II 737. p^ w — i=^] 

oXC-irXoo, ace. pi., sailing in sea, 
sulnnerged, II. M 26t. 

aXi-ir6p^pa {(raXi-iroppvpa'), ntr. 
pi. p u r p u r a t a, sea-purple (( )d.). 

aXi9 (^FdXig, iPdXriv), confertim, 
in heaps, in swarms, in crowds, in 
quantities, B 90, r 384, S 122, 4> 236 ; 
abunde, abundantly, I 137, P 54, * 
352 ; liXig de o'l, I 376, he has done it 
enough (already) ; enough and more than 
enough, ri ovx aXig on (ojg), is it not 
enough (that) ? [-' --] 

dXicFKOfiai (ifdXrjv), aor. f/Xw, subj. 
dXuno, opt. dX(^T)v, dXoiriv, inf. dXutvat, 
part dXovg, capi, be taken captive, be 
seized, of men, towns ; Odvartft, over- 
taken by death ; hr, slain, fall in battle. X 
253, 300 ; E 487, lest ye, as if caught 
in the meshes of a net, become a prey. 

dXiraivu) (jdXdo^ai ?), aor. dXircpriv 
(I 375, riXiTov) ; part pf. ctXiro/utvof, 
violare, sin against, rud^ ri., Q 5ft^\ 
with part., T 2^b *, Qtoi^ aKvn\VL%.vo<t^ 




traniifjressor in the sight of the gods, 
0" 807. 

dXiTqiAwv, ovoQ^ (aXtratVoi), v i o 1 e n- 
t u s. transgressor^ Q 157. 

dXirp^s {dXiTaivu)), nefarius, of- 
fender y sinner; SaifiotriVj against the 
gods ; also in milder signif., rogue, ras- 
cal, € 182. [---] 

*AXKd-6oo9, Ahvrirao vtog, son-in- 
law of 'Ayxt("?C» N 428. [— >^ >-' >-'] 

*AXK-av8pt), noXiffioio ddfiap, in The- 
bes, ^ 126t. 

''AXx-avSpos (='A\B^avdpoQ)y a Ly- 
kian, E 678. 

aXxap (aX«c^), only nom. and ace, 
protection, defense, safety, rivi, rivog, 
E 644 ^and A '8-23. 

&Xiti), rig, qXki, d\Ky, w 509, (a re eo, 
oXfi^w), fort is defensio, defense, 
power of dpfi-nse, prowess; common 
phrase, 9ovpiSog aXicfjc, d 527, impet- 
uous defense, i.e. self-defense, cf N 330 ; 
with /i€i/ot-,fiiry ; with (t6^£voc, steadfast- 
ness, X 237 ; with ijvopirj, manly endur- 
ance, w 509 ; freq. aXici irtiroiOwg, ^ 1 30 ; 
tTruifiivog oXk^v. As divinity, E 740. 

AXia)(rTiS, ITcXiao Ovyarputv €ldog 
dpiarr}, wife of 'Adfxrjrog of Pherai in 
Thessaly, mother of EvfitjXog, B 715t 
sq [--w] 

&XkI irtiroiQuig, see oXjc^. 

*AXKi-)jii8*»v, KakpKiog viog, chief of 
Mvrmidons, P 481, 11 197. [----] 

AXKi|AC8t|s ( 'AXKipov viog), i. e., Mir- 
rwp,x^S5t [-WW-] 

aXKi|ios, ov, (dXKij), defend ens, 
capable of self-defense, brave, bold, opp. 
dtiXog, N 278 ; applied also as epithet 
to tyxogt V 127, also to Sovpe, 

'AXki|j,o9, (1) father of Mentor. — 
(2) charioteer of Achilleus. 

*AXk(-voo«, son of 'SavolQoog, king 
of ^ahjKig in Y.x^piri, husband of 'Apij- 
ri7 ; his daughter Navmicaa, and his sons, "AXiog, KXvTov7\Qg ; 'AXet- 
vdov dvoXoyoi, tale of Odysseus at the 
court of Alkinoos, t — p. [— ^ s^ w] 

*AXK-Cinnr|, slave of 'EXcviy, ^ 124t. 

'AXK-ixaCwv, son of 'Aptpidpaog and 
*EpnpvXrf, brother of 'Afi(l>iXoxog, o 

*AXK|&d«»v, Qefrropidrig, Greek, M 

*AXjcfii{vT}, wife of 'An^irpviov in 
Thebes, mother of 'HpaKXtijg by Zeus, 
and of 'l^iicXiiyt' by Amphitryon. 

' &XicTfjpa, tg, masc, (dXicri), defender, 
^531, safeguard. [ ^] 

'AXkvovti, name given to KXeoTraritM}, 
wife of yaxkaypog, daughter of MojO- 
TTTjiToa, 1 562. 

&Xitu6voSf iroXvirevOkog oiTog, alee- 
d i n i s, kingjisher, I 563f . 

iXX*=(l) aXXo.— (2) dXXd, 

&XX^ dXX', (from dXXa), orig. adv., 
then adversative conj., in contrasted 
clauses, (1) but, on the contrary, A 25, a 
190 ; freq. after negation, p. 404, * 276, 
9 312. — (2) subjoining additional cir- 
cumstance, immo, nay, but, rather, 
A 94, 165; after question expecting 
a negative answer, a 68. — (3) corre- 
sponding to a concession, expressed or 
understood, but, yet, A 24, /3 107; in 
apodosis, after a condition expressed 
or implied, A 28 1 , 6 1 54 ; pkvor si may 
be omitted, A 287, a 42 ; also iiirtp r£ 
— dXXd Tt ; dXXd xai tjg, but even thus; 
flfXX' ovd' iag, but not even thus. — (4) be- 
ginning anew, changing subject, but, 
yet, then, A 135, 233, 281, F 433, a 6, 16, 
22, 195. — (5) breaking off, but, yet, a 
169, 267; cfXX' jjtoi, sed vero, but yet, 
A 140. — (6) repelling an ungrounded 
assumption (xai vv Kt), i 79. — (7) after 
dXXog, 'irtpog, with negative, than, ^ 
275, 9S\\,p 403, 70, y 377.— (8) in 
appeal, A 32, 259, 274, i 269, k 69 ; freq. 
phrases, dXX' dyt, dXX' dytri, with subj., 
)3 404; dXXd pdXo, e 342.— (9) with 
other particles, otXX' dpa, see dfia, dXXd 
ydp, ^ 355 ; dXXd re, but still, A 81 ; 
aXX* v'^'oii see no. 5. 

aX-Xryov, &X-X^|ai, ipf. and aor., 
from dvaXkyu), coll igere, ^raMer. 

cLXXti (oXXoc), (1) alia, alibi, else- 
where; dXXov dXXy, alium alibi, one 
in one direction, another in another. — (2) 
aliorsum, dXXi;(^iC dXXj^, alias alio, 
every one in a different direction ; A 1 20, 
(distinction) the honor (due to me) 
comes to naught ; O 51, mean very dif- 

&-XXT|iCTOS=dXi}icroC) unceasing, un- 

&XX-i^Xoiiv, gen. du., pi. -tov, -oig, 
-yoi, -ovg, -ag, inter se, of one an- 
other, to one another, one another, mutu- 
ally ; also with prepositions (avoided by 
a periphrasis, 1 47) ; /x 101, near to each 
other are they (the rocks). 

&XXo-YVc^(p {yvwvai), ivi dfjpt^, 




ftpud exteros, in a for&gn land, j3 


4XXo^ir6«, 3, {aXKo(;), exterus, 
extraneus, strange^ foreign; also 
8U bst. , stranger. [— ^ w >-. ] 

dXXociS^a [_ w c^ ::^^]> see dWoi^M. 

oXXoOcv (oAAoc), aliunde, from 
elsewhere^ B 75; y 318, ^ow abroad; 
a. aWoQi fl'lius aliunde, one from 
one side, another from anoMer=undi- 
que. [---] 

aXXo6i (aAXoc), alibi, elsewhere, 
abroad; yaiii)Q, (3 131, but in p 318 = 
procul a patria. (Od.) [---^] 

&XXo-^p^K, -ovQf gen. ace. pi. {9p6- 
of), always with dvdpiov or dvOpiJirovg 
(Od.), aliter sonantium, talking 
otherwise from one's own people, spea^- 
ing a sp'onge tongue. 

oXXoHkSia (i. e. dXXoPidkaf — ^^ :z^)f 
trans formia, looking differently, v 
194f (cf. n 181). 

&XXoio«, -^, 'ov, (oKKoq), alius s p e- 
ciei, of another sort; tt 181, different 
looking ; r 265, inferior, commonplace. 

oXXofAat (salio), aor. 2 and 3 pers. 
sing. dXcro, aXro, subj. dXrjrat, uXerai, 
part. aXftivoQ, salio, leap, spring; it, 
'iirircjv xaiia}!,t ; hasten, Oijpa^s ; start 
vp, T 62 ; Jig, A 1 25 ; hasten to, iwi riva ; 
charge upon, kiri rivi. 

aXXo-irp<i(r-aXXov, -s, ace. voc., ap- 
plied to Ares, E 831 and 889 ; d cs u 1- 
torius, inconstant, changeable (cf. Inp- 
aXKrjg. [— w w — wj 

oXXos, »7, 0, (ali us), (1) another, adj. 
and subst., with gen., with rig, ov tiq 
aXXoti d firi {dXXd, 2 403, <l> 275), non 
alius nisi; oXXoi/ instead of £/>(«, etc., 
B 360, 200; and freq. in antithetical 
clauses, oAXoc (or 6, cf I 594, or (repov) 
/liv — dXXoi Se, without fiiv—^'^, M 267, 
2 536; fiiv t aXX' — avrdp iir dXXa, 
N 799; dXXo Bk rot Iptio, k.t. X., verse 
marking, in Homer, a transition, n 299 ; 
(a) other, additional, r e 1 i q u u s, T 223 ; 
aXXo, besides, S 249 ; dXXo roaov, as 
much more; (oi) aXXoi, the rest; t^oxov 
{vireipoxov) dXXiov, e 105; (b) used 
when it can with difficulty be trans- 
lated into English =6e«ic?e«, moreover, 
as for the rest (cf. nous autres Fran- 
9ais),e211,B 191,a 132, /3 412, o 407, 
N 622, a 157, B 665, etc. ; (c) for em- 
phasis, in apposition with compar., O 
669, X 106; and TtXrialog, A 81 and 

often ; (d) with other forms or cases of 
aXXof, cf alius alium, B 75, see dX- 
XvBiQ, dXXoOtv, d 236. — (2) alieni, 
strangers, intruders, v 213.-— (3) untrue, 
5 348. 

oXXinrc (aXXog), to or in another place, 
xp 184 and 204. [---] 

aXXoTc (aXXoc,), alias, at another 
time, formerly ; often doubled with oi 
without fisu — 6k ; in first member, on 
ftfiv often substituted for aXXore jikv, 
in second member, often dXXon 3' avrs, 
now — then, now — now, * 464, A 65, 2 
159; dXXoTE dXXtp, modo huic, 
modo illi; dXXor iir dXXov, modo 
in hunc, modo in ilium. [— ^^] 

&XX6Tpi09, 3, (aXXot), strange, belong- 
ing t o anoth er. — (1) a lien us, aXX(/ 
ypia^thers' goods, cf. a 160 ; v 347 (cf. 
dXXorfiiri mid 71 181), with distorted 
cheeks they were laughing, laughed 
with strange grimaces. — (2) e x t e r u s, 
0wf , stranger, hence enemy, tt 1 02 ; yait], 
foreign laud. 

cUXXof^ (X60oc), non cristatus, 
without plume; KVPfij, K 2581- (See cut 
under XoAog, cf. Kvvirj.) Cf d^aXov. 

aXXo-9povccov, abstracted, uncon- 

cLXXvSis (dXXog), alio, to another 
place, always with aXXoc, alius alio, 
or with rtXXjy, tiow in one way, now in 
another ; N 279, the coward changes, 
from moment to moment^ i. e. ecery mo- 
ment, his color. [— ^ ^J 

dX-Xvco-Kov, €1/, iter, i [)f from dvaXvu), 
retexebat. unravel,^ 105.r 150. (Od.) 

aXXa>9 (dXXoc), aliter, otherwise, 
(1) in strict signification, £ 286,0 429; 
besides, i 267 ; for some other reason, 
p 577; already, without this, 87. — (2) 
melius, better, 176, i; 211, w 107, E 
218, S 53, T 401. — (3) incassum, in 
vain, ^ 124,^ 144.— -(4) alioquin, in 
other circumstances, o 513. 

aXf&a, on, am, (uXXofiai), 8 alt us, 
leaping, as a game, ^103 and 128. 

aXfiT), }), {iiXQ), aqua marina, «ea- 
water, biine, s 53. (Od.) 

aX|Avp^v (liX/iri) v6it)p, aqua mari- 
na, salt water, 5 511. (Od.) 

d-Xoyiio'ci (Xfy-, cf. dXf'yw), con- 
temn ere, disregard, desjnse, O 182, 

aX<S6cv (uXc), l^ — , e marij^rom the 
sea, 4> 335^ t^ -' -"^ 




liXoia (aXw^), ipf. from aXoidw, c o n- 
tndit, she smote; yalav x^poiv, 1 568t. 

&Xoi<^, Yiy (d\ei(fKi)\ adeps, /af, I 
208, P 390, ^ 32 ; for rubbing in, to 
render pliant, 179; unguentum, 
ointment^ K 220, <t 179. 

"AXov, ace, *AX<Sinr|v, ace, towns in 
domain of Achilleus, B 682 f. 

aXo-<rvSvT]s ("Af, Gothic sun us, 
son ), gen . m a r i n a t a e, daughter of 
the sea, T 207, B 404. 

a-Xo(|>o9, see aXKo<poQ. 

cUXoxos {\kxoQ\ uxor, she who 
shares the bed, wife, Z 299, y 264 ; also 
the concubine is called d\oxog ; adjec- 
tives, fiVTi<TTfj, aidoirj, Kvdpi], KaWiKpij- 
dtfivoif K(dvfji TToXvdijjpog. 

&Xd«», iX6iavraif see dXdofiai, va- 

0X9, aXdc, 6, sal, grain of salt, p 
455=ne hilum quidem; — 7), the 
briny deep, sea (near the shore), A 308. 

[— ] 

aXcro, 2 sing. aor. from aWofiai, 

oXoros, ei, ea, siov, ntr. (ale re), lu- 
c u s, grove, usually with altar, and sa- 
cred to a divinity, B 506, ^321. 

"AXttis, king of the AkXsyeg, father 
of AaoOorj, 4f 85. 

&Xto, 3 sing. aor. from aXXoftai, 

*AXvPavT09) eK — , out of Wandering, 
to 304 f, word formed by a pun out of 

*AXvPT)9f TtjXoOtv i^ — iffom Alyhe, 
whence silver comes, B 85 7 f. 

dXuo-Kotw {oKvaKU)), only pres. and 
ipf, evitare, avoid, ri, Z 443, p 581. 

6X'wrKav€ (d\v<TK(jj), e f f u g i c b a t, 
was seeking how to escape, x 330 f. 

j >.• v-' ^^ I 

iXviTKiav (dXevofiai), dXv^oj, ijXv^a, 
effugio, at^oidj^^sca^e, Kfjpng, uXe- 
9pov; p. 335, clam me snbduxi 
sociis, X 363,382. 

dXvcrcrovTCS (from dXvatru), see aX?'- 
0*1/), confused, X 70, maddened in spirit ; 
dXaXvKTTjpai, K 94, / am beside my- 
self [-- ] 

a-XvTov, 2, (Xvw), in sol u bills, not 
to be loosed, N 360. [^ - -] 

^lXvuv, ov(T(a), dXdofiai, p e r t u r b a- 
ta mente esse, furere, be beside 
one's self— {I) with joy, a 333,393. — (2) 

with pain ; i 398, he dashed it with his 
hands wildly from him. [w ^ — ] 

'AX^i6s, river in ^HX(c ; then the 
river-god, y 489. 

dX^HEo-i-poios (dX<f>iiv, jSovf), boves 
comparans, bringing in cattle, i. e. 
making wealthy, see 'i^va, 2 593f . 

aX^<rr<U>v, -yaiv, -dg, (aX0ttr), 
victum qnaerentes, ^ 8, v 261, 
hard-working, contrasted with piia ^w- 
ovT€Q', others translate ^owr-ea/tw^, 
fruit-eating. (Od.) 

dX^Crov (alb us), dKrrj, (3 355, bar- 
ley-meal; elsewh. oX^ito, barley-groats 
or meal (the porridge made of them), 
/3 290, etc. ; fiveXbg dvdputv, Xivxd, iiri- 
rraXvveiv. [— ^ ^] 

{dX(ptiv), aor. ijXtpov, opt. aX<|K>i, 3 
pi. dXipoiv, V 383 so Ameis, (German 
arbeit), parere, bring in, yield, Sivov, 
fiiorov, o 452, p 250. (Od.) 

*AXwTJo9, of Aloeus, the father of 
''Qrog and 'E0tcfXr»/c> husband of 'l<pi- 
fxedtia. [^ >-] 

iXwfi {dXoidu)), area, threshing-foor^ 
Y 496 ; also orchard and vineyard, S 
561 ; see ynvvog. 

aXitt^, aX(^, aXwficvos, from dXi- 
(TKOfiai, capi. 

olXw|acvos, from dXdopai, errana^ 

aXww, from dXiffKOfjiai, aor. subj. 
cap t us sim. 

041,, &I&, instead of dva before labials. 

afia (from adfia, cf. ^afioKXrjg, ofiog), 
u n a, s i m u 1, a^ once, at the same time, 
— (1) adv., A 343; a/i' a/i^w, H 255; 
often with rk—Kai, B 281; with fol- 
lowing Se, T 242. — (2) prep, with dat., 
simul, at same time with, dfi i^eXitft 
dvwvTi, Karadvi'Ti ; u n a, beside, with, 
A 348, a 428 ; hiriuQai, go with, attend, 
so, Tpoxoiiivra, Qkovaa, run after ; a 98, 
n 149, sicift as the wind. [^^] 

*A|Aa^6vcs dvTidviipai, V 189, dwelt 
on the river Thermodon in Pontos; 
made a plundering foray into Phrygia, 
B 814, Z 186. [a] 

*A|xd6cia, a Nereid, 2 48t. [-' ^ - -] 

afid6oio (xl/dpaOog) ftaOttJji;, E 587 f, 
he fell into deep sand, [^^ — >-^'] 

dficlOvvci, TTvp, solo aequat, de" 
stray s, I 593t. {^^ ] 

a-fiai|AdKCTOs, 3, (paifidtrtTu)), saev i- 
e n s, furious, Z 1 79, Ff 329 ; ^ 31 1, the 
mast tossed to and fro by the waves, 
like a man reeling in drunkenness. 




afiaXS6vu), only aor. &|iaXSvvat, 
'VvaQf and pass. afiaXdvvrjTai, cen- 
ter ere, destroy; only with rcixoc. 

diioXXo - ScTijp, 6j (dfjiaWay d£fa>), 

binder of sheaoes. (IL, 2.) 

duoXi^v, 'y(Tiy (mollis), teneram, 
tender; of lamb, dog. 

a|t-a{o^ V) (^i"") d^tt)v)f parallel form 
a^ia^a^ plaustrum, Jour - wheeled 
Jrei ght wo fion, i 241 ; also tKSTDlTStel- 
lattCiTorthe Great Bear, Wain, 1 487, 
€ 273 ; of. a^/xa, dnrivrj. [a] 

&)Mi|-iT6v {dfia'^a, d^i)<, Kar — , via 
p u b 1 i c a, wagon-road, X 146. 

a^iapTiSf hK — . canal for irrigation, 
*259t. [— '-] 

a}iapT(£vw (a-, fispoQ)y dfiaprrjaofjiaij 
aor. ijfiapToi/ and iifi^poTov — (1) im- 
pertem fieri esse, lose, 155, f 
512; then (2) in general, yinV o/J wim, 
nvoc; ^ 511, mistook not the word, 
spoke the right word ; Q 6S, Jailed not 
to bring gifts ; ij 292, fe^ not presence 
of mmd Jail her. — (3) peccare,^*'/, 
err; with virip^r\y,\ 501; x 154,1 my- 
self have overlooked this. 

a|iapT]Q ((<Vn« dpapov)f s i m u 1, simul- 
taneously, x^^- ["] 

afiapTo-cWs (tVog), temere locu- 
tu s, speaking thoughtlessly, lA 824f . [a] 

'A|&apv-yK^8T|9 AitopijSf B 622, A 
517. [a] 

'AfidpuyK^a ^aTrrov 'ETrtioi BovTrpa- 
ffitft, his burial in Messene,with funeral 
games, described, ^ 630t. 

ap,a-Tpox<$(i>vTa, see rpoxoojvTa, run- 
ning about after me. 

ap.a-Tpoxtas (rpoxog), ace. pi., con- 
cursus impactarum rotarum, 
running together, clash of chariots, ^ 
422t. *[-----] 

a-fiavpbv (rt-, fidpfJiapoQ) tidwXov, 
pale, dim, lurid, d 824 and 835. (Od.) 

&-f&&X'nT^ (j^^xn\ sine pugna, 
without contsst, $ 437 f. [7] 

dfxdo) (Ger. mahen, Eng. mow), ipf. 
4jp,(av, aor. dfirjtravTfg, -trdfievog, m a n u 
colligere, gather together, collect, i 
247; mow, [^ ] 

a|&P-, see avaP-. 

dfi-PaxiSs {dva - ^aivm), a d i t n m 
praebens, that may be scaled, L 434. 

^It-PXttSriv (ava/3a\Xo/iac), adv. ex- 
orsa, a« prelude, atjirst, X 476t. 

&prPoXii8T|v (dvafidXKiMi), adv., hub' 
bling up, * 364t. 

dfi-ppocrCfi (dfilSpomog), ambrosia, 
adj. used as subs., strictly signifies im- 
mortal and conferring immortally ; used 
by the gods as food; as ointment, for 
embalming, for perfume; also as food 
for horses of the gods. 

&p.-Pp<Soxo9 {dfipporoo), d i v i n u s, 
immortal, dioine, E 369. — (1) that which 
the gods send, vvK, inrvog, or (2) be- 
longs to them; TrXoKa^ovg, xatrat, «cdA- 
\a, iavov, irkTrXov, even of their horses, 
dSap and Kairyaiv. [—www] 

ap>-PpOT09, , (/3|0o roc;), immortal, T 
358, B 365, Oioq ; then like d^^poowq, 
divine. — (1) ri;^. — (2) al/ia, iifiara^ Ttv- 
X^a, iXaiiit, icrrov, 'iTTTroi. 

^-fi^opros (fjeyaipuj), only sing., 
in vis us, unenviable, doleful, dreadful 
(proleptically of battle, B 420) ; mighty 
blast, A 400 ; miserable, p 219. [a] 

&|&ciPw (moveo), fut. dfititpw, -upai, 
aor. i^p,ei}l/aTo, alternare, alternate, 
change. — I. act., exchange, ri, tlvoq, for 
something, Tr/ooc nva, with some one; 
dXiyov yorw yovvbg flf/i.,pedetentim 
cedendo; oi dfjLfijSovTeg, rafters. — 
II. mid., (1) change with each other, 
diiH^ofxivoQ, alternans, A 604, reliev- 
ing one another; 9 379, in quick alter- 
nation (of dance) ; a 375, passing Jro/n 
one house to another; OptixTKujv d/j.ti fit- 
rat, O 684, leaps in turn. — (2) answer, 
S 382 ; fivOt^t, K 71; (jjiv9ip, -oiai, twi- 
e<T(Ti) Tivd, some one; cv SiopoiQ nvd, 
make beautiful gifts in return. — (3) pas* 
by, I 409, K 328.^ 

a-(&cCXiKTOv {jfiu\iaiTu), oira, impla- 
c a b i 1 e m, harsh, inexorable, words. (II.) 

d-p,ciXixoS9 2, (pfi\i(T(Tu)), inexora- 
b i 1 i s, implacable, relentless, [d] 

d-ficCvwv, ov (Old Lat. manus = 
bonus), melior, better, jno?-e excellent, 
supeiior, more favorable, moi'e advanta- 
geous (opposed in sign if. to x^PV^i ^ 
400); fisy' d^eiviov, multo prae- 
stantior; a 376, more profitable and 

d-p,^7(a, only pr. and ipf, m ulgeo, 
7nilk; pass., A 434, yielding white milk. 

ar\t,i\i)a-€ (jieXio), aor., always with 
negation ; ovk dp., rtv'v, c u r a b a t, Ac 
bethought himself of . \p\ 

fi|U>«i, inf. from am, sntiHrc 

4-j«v»|^i*, 2, (ui voc), ci e I) i I i [.,/«Wi', 

E 887; viKvuv ufi. i:am>-a,fadAa heads 

of the dead (periphrasis)— tlio /i«ife 

dead ; ifi'p^y, uDtubslantial. [S] 

iffur^vtMnr (n/uw(tnii*)i debilita- 

1. &-|Up£u Ijitfiuc), aor. a/t{piTi,-inii-, 
pass. pres. a/iipoiai, aur. snbj. diupOyst 
p r i V B r e, deprine, 9 64 ; paGS., hue, 
be deprived of, X S8. 

2. d-|i^pSu (jidpfiapBs), only pres. 
and pf., mnke liutreleas, blind, t 18 ; 
dazzle, blind by excess of light, N 3W. 

A-pfrpirros, 2, (/«rp(«), i m m e n B u 3, 
immeaaarable, r 512 and f 249. ["- 

i^Tpo-eirip (jiirpov, Fiiroc), im- 
moderate loquax, immaderale lallc- 
tr, B 21 2t. 

Vn^ptf ("f'i"'). mes8ores,rea/)- 
er»,A67t. [- ] 

SfiHTOs {d/ulii), mesa 1 3, rea/iing, 
harvesl; melaph. lor alaiighter,T 2231. 

A-IHlXfii-En (dpftx'"'"!)- dcspera- 
tio, helplesanesi, despair, i 29St. [o] 

£iiv4X&vD«, 2, liiiixot;), ke!p!i:fs.—{\) 
act., miser, wretclied, r 363, — (2) pass., 
diffici1isi'"'^nniie,S; 263; 6 130, 
irrBtwiJiaAfe miidivf; t S60, lueJ^s 
dreams: myieldiiiff, O 14, T 273; ^rui- 
iorn, hard-hearted, H 29-, N 726, (Auu 
consi Hot (for thou art too obstinate) 
yield to, etc. 

'AuIiruSJpov iilfc ( 'An'ijivioc, Mh- 
pic), in Kavia, n 3281- [a] 

i - jiiTpo - xCtom ijiiTpri, %tnui'), 
wairiii^ coaf q/* matt without girdle, or 
the word may mean uKaring bath coal 
of mail and girdle, yiTiav in this cmpd. 
= ecipfl5,n419t. [ ^- ] 

rapore obilaetan,, foijgg, misl^, 
(«io^, since Lcmnos is a volcanic isl- 

J,ji-|ui|>li|v (jiipoi), mv'fortme, v 

i|i-|«(»S. 2,(!<ipo(;), expers, f 275, 
S 489, deprived i\f the bath of the 
ocean, of [he Greiit Bear, which never 
sinks be]ow lIig horizon in Greece; 
elsewh. un/biftmafa 

'Afivfoy, tir', at Ammsot, h 
Kno30S,r I88f. [^i] 

&-)uv)|Tf (fioyfw), sine labors, 
Ipi"(Aou( fran6fc,AE37t. [c] 

a|uSCtv (ajiJ£, old foim^dc. fiin) 
fir. alicunde (orsa). yi™. ,,,.3 
point soever; begimnng with obi/ potht 
tnhnlever. relate 10 us, a Ifrf. [i ] 

A|u»Pat (rificr^u).xAa(i'>i,miiiatu- 
tiB.for a change, i52U. [o] 

remirt/isBse, jfi/( it reium, reslittition. 
(0<i.) [0] 

^iPi|Bh. in turn, £ 506 and a 

ViPoi (d;,j,'M. succedanei. 
<u sulialilulea (in exchange for for- 
mer aid furnished by I'riani), N 793t. 

of night, [u] 
'AfiMviMya, lIoXvaiuBvi^^r, shiin by 

TeSrpoc, e 276t. [ ] 

i|ii«,3,(also(i/irit)=^/ilTfpDf. [c] 
t-)i«Tov, vehamentcr, iisatiiMg, 

nnceaainglg, tageily ; esp. with fic^an, 

^T-, see drnir-. 

4jiiiriXi(tvT(o), -fffonv, (ii/nriXd-«c), 

M of '>' 


. (II-) 

.- of 

through and 

Sliir^xo'i 0^*11) lupuvc, circumdar 
bat, coeeredyUiy thick upon, { 225^. 

&|i-iriJSi|cn, tK>r. from dfninifau, ex- 

ii|i-wvTO, see ava-itviia. 

S|MNvm (ofurixw), l,ead-baKd,JiUet, 
oraament of womans head, i^ 469. 
(See cut.) 

ifiCSft (Aeolic instrnment&l case, 
fromafidf; parallel form, d/iu%j, u n a, 
Biniu], at mee, (1) together, taSi^uv, 

ffefier, fi 413, M 38S.— (2) o( once, im- 
inaftBffAr,I6,N336,<l'ai7,C305. [a] 

'AuvSmhh, tK — , Amgiim, city of 
liaiovts, on the river 'A&iif, in Make- 
donia, B H49 and n 388. [d] 

'A^vBaovo, ace, son of KptjSiis and 
Tupu, father of Bine and MtAauirDtic, 
\a59t. [-- 3 

'A|xtiMA(u, at, city in I^onia, near 
the Eurotae, twen^ etadia S.K of 
Sparta, reeideoce of Tjndareos, B 
684t. [d]. 

^tdfuiv, ovos, Ijiw/ioc], irrepre- 
henevstjaailtees, used esp. of exter- 
nal appearuice, but also in a more gen- 
eral sense, txc^Ienl, glorioai (fortunate, 
« 232,^ Ml). [- ] 

6aimtf, -opa, 'af, {dfiiim), ace., 
defeneor, de/eader,proleclor. [n] 

'Auivt-ropot, 'Opiiiviiao, gen., fiuher 
0f*<»v,E,I448. [d] 

&)iwH (/iKwi, munio), aroere, 
propuIsare,iDani o/;(l) act.,N 814, 
Tivi Ti, I 674, n S3S ; nvi);, froiu some 
one,ri,M 402,0 731j dr6,p SSS; help, 
(fcAn(4nvi,E4B6,A674,A50O; rivDc, 

N 109; iripi rii^c, P 183; dri rtvot 
n 75, 80.— (2) mid., rff/enrf ow'« »e{/^ 
;3 62, X 106, 1 16 ; ward off, ri, N 514, 
P 510; /iiDrecl, nWi', M 15S, I 931; 
vav^ N 700; mni rupot, M 170, 243. 
[— 1 

aiiiKTim', o/i££(if, (a/iviT<nu, ma- • 
cro), ipf, ftiL lacerare, scrafcA, (ear, 
'!■ 284, out of grief; A 243, Su^idv, thoo 
shalt gnaiB &y Boul with vexatioa. 

d(i^Yairatov, -d/Hvog, (dyaTa^ia), 
ipf act. and pres. mid., Biiiplecti,rs- 
•xive hospltahiy, n 192, £ 381. 

M^*Y^f""* (dyiipcu), ipf, HIV —, 
circa earn convetiiebant, inert 
groupoig tkemtdva about her, £ 37f. 

ii^oGiw, adj. (fnin:), ya)iBv, open, 

pubUclt/ declared, f 288 ; esp. iiL^oSiigv, 

■ I, open/y, H 196. [d] 

:e8er( ., 
Chat the thing should conie to light; 
dp^Sov, palam, openli/, unditgwedly 
(opp. KpvptiEov, I 330; io^if, a 296i^ 

i^i 8' J^mrovToi (di'itaiu), nndi- 
que concitantur, spring upon it 
from all sides, A 417; bi,xoii, Jioat 
round his shoulders,'/, bit), 2%T. [a\ 

jifL^ t' &XtLi|iaL (Aiifui), aor. inf., 
perunperconoini (Aorous%QSe2t. 

iiu^ps^m {dpa^ai), aor., his ar- 
mor Clashed around Mm, « 408t. 

dfk^i&Tii] (fdmi), /uv— ia-jiup Xd/3£, 
^peei^^nesi took possession of him, 
P 695, S 704. 

d/if nflov kirwm (dvriw), ipf ari- 

Awn^ M 160t. [u] 

d/i^-a^dai (anriu), part Aii^-tt^Jiw, 
■muaa, mid. inf. -daaSai, ipf. -dwvro, 
contreclare manibus, y^f o/~atf 
around, toad, grasp ; also with x'f''' 
handle, 8 215. 

&^i^-4VOTaT0, ipf. from ap^tvorao' 
^ai,circamvoli Cabal. B315t- 

iu^-jiru, Be« dpfiiirui. 

(apfipxoimi), only aor. 4|uH^>>><t 
Tersabatur circa, sounds about me, 
l 122; rose aiouf ine,/i 369. (Od.) 

ji|l4>-^°'>^ devoraTit, see dp^- 

h^jlf-kfy^, circnmfundebatuT, 
i^dm'xi"'- , , 

ii(u|>-i|"*< (i"}), ntrim<\<i.a e.cQ.- 
Ids, tiDo-ed^ed, ot swoi^ic Wl. 

Jutt^Xofc. circumiit, from ii/if- 

diiiji-rfnui, onl; i|i^ 8* tiaTO, c i r- 

&f>4-^P<^ CP'^"). utrimqne 
conteolam, ^ae-coveredf A 45^. 
. ^^purrDv (ipHbi), ambiguum 
(Ticlurem), doubt/ai (his riutuiy 

ifi^i (see dptlt\ nirimqne, on 
both aides, often sj'noDymous with nfpi. 
— [.BiW.,11 (rim qae,^ 153,427,0 173; 
nnmdaboiit,y SS,^2^,f^2i-, exchant,'ed 
with ripi, E 564, O 647j d/ifi ripi 
(someiiioeB wronglj written m ono 
word),*10,* 191,^609; mpirdftpi 
T-i.with acc.jP 760) bo irtpi, ( 262. — 
IL prep., (1) with gen,, dc, about, am- 
tertaag, Xl 825, % 267. —(2) with dat., 
(a) local, circa, anmi, among, B 388, 
r328,£ 231, M 396,^493: i^Animv 
iiriifMiv, proleplicaltj, pierced (he meat 
BO that il wne nnnuuj the epit, A 465, 
cf.tSO; a/t^ rupc, on the fire, 426 1 
mth, \ 423, 1 470) (b) causal, beauue 
of^M' r ^0. 1ST. a 48, a 153, X 546, 
A 672) &fi,toithtapect to, pSS5, J 151, 
H 408.— (3) with ace., local; circa, 
mhoat, Q 588, B 461, A 409; tnf An, A 
706; ajt^t riva, any one in company 
with those ahont him, X 281, r 146. 

'Aft^t-U»t,aPhaiakian,01U. [i] 

tea-girl. (Od.) 

'A^I-^oot, Bon of 'OutX^ft greai- 
CTandson of MfXri^iroue, pione and 
brave; bcbt, and king of Argos; he 
participated in the Argonautic expedi- 
tion and in the Kaljcionian boar-hunt, 
and finally, through the treachery of 
Eriphyle, in the expedition of the Sev- 
en against Thebes, o 244. [o] 

ilu^t&Xvtw (a:tac), as she flew 
iamenliiy about, B 3l6f 

diifi-fiainu, ipf, pf., plupf, ; only ipf, 
(aor. P 359) in tmesi; iwrround, oin- 
gere,n,;<74; nW,n66; Z355,954l, 
cccupia the thonght, heart; phov ni- 


with dat. 

ifi^i-PAXXn, fat. -fiaXtvimi, out 
about, (l) amicire, induere, //uf on, 
of garmunla, weapons, etc., always in 
imesi Tivd n, also without ace, of the 
person (also mid., clad oae'i lelf), ri, 
' (daL of pers., { 342; of thing, B 

N 36) n; d,ifil3aX{ 

big on strength; fut. 
iciU equip inymlj'. — (M) c . , _ 

nere, ^ 192, building u^xm Mm (aa 
foandation); ):«Ipai, ]f (ipt — tiipf 'Olv- 
aqt, ^ 208, or nvi, rtvd, embrace ; yoi- 
vaairirocamplecti genua; ^454, 
seize; p 344, as much as his hands 
could hold in thar clasp; K. SZ5l, en- 
comffoss, resound about, 

nem nndique tegentis, ooiierin^ 
the entire man, airirifiiCi B 389, A 32. (IL) 

'Af^^jyin^m, town subject to Nestor, 

V<^-Y^<^ (V"-)< ambidexter, 
etrong-amied, only SI close of verse, 
usually subst, »ari(>iRa<t«r, with tum- 
'lurclc, of "H^n.nroc, 9 300. 
V^^Y^aunv {yviov),!yxnnv, almost 
always at close of verse, utrimqae 
a a tis, sharp at both ends, ir *7*; see 
•piaX'S- (S<^fl annexed cuts.) [u] 

t^^-ialiu, oalj -USi]f, --8*6^1, &|i4(-8rToi fiaXt), r«Gi»-flife cup, is. 

(Saiu), perf. plupf., circa exarail, wiin double bowl bdcI base, which niaj 

raga rovnd aioiit, ti, Z 3^9, (11.) sMnd upon or bo dmnk from either 

'AjM^-Sup.m, -avToc, (1) from Kuflij- end, thu base gerring also oi bowl (cC 

po, K 268.— <2) from 'OTrcitie, ♦ 87. a/ifl-ivTrtWov JfVac),* 270. (*.) 

iu4I-S.iinui*(;<iin'£),<»V^>i, circa it-^Uiov^y {9iw), circumsili- 

TilloBBiiij shaggy aU arwatdj with unt, run nbout, k ilS^. 

thapgy iortfer, O SUDj. "Aji^Biii, a. Nereid, £ *2t. 

^jlfl-^vEui, -StElnfTiu, pf psss., ¥ &|i4^&XdirTU {Blab in traeBi),iTith 

562, '-moid whose edge goes a border fut. and aor. (calim, occulo, Ger, 

(casing) of tin; 9 4US, oicfosBi it hOUen, Eng. hull, of grain), obvol- 

V^i'Sfw^* (ipofrrui), quae ge- to, tcrap arouad, veil, B 262; iheller, 

nas lacerat, toith both eheet* torn encase, -4* 91, j 618, Sll; bedoud, of 

Jrom qrit/,B 700f. ewoon,r417; of8leep,u86; BayoTov 

■ ■*" -' ■ iai),circalace- ;it\av wi^c, n 350, cf. M 116, B "" ' 


._ .d inner harbor), i 847f. 420, P 132, e S69, B 507. 

Ji|ii4't4Xlavii|t, -ai,-ag, (iXiaaui). gen. iy^i^afii, double-headed, v. I., p 231. 
ring., nom. and ace. pi,, atrimque i^L^X^taimK (tiaZia), having haeed 
CDrvalae,™rDerf at both ends, nsn- off aU around (the baiki ^ Uf. 
ally of ehipa at rest, y 162. [ — - 'Aji+iHcXot, a Trojan, n SlSf. 

■he cut represents al'hoenici- i^!^K6\Ltf(i:6iiti),fTondciio, shady, 
la represented on an Egyptian P 677t. 

4iu^I-icvirtUov, Sivaf, dotAte-cupped 
goblet, whone base is bowl-shaped, and 
may be drunk frOhi, y 63. [ii] 

d|U^t-XdxaLvtv, s a r r i e D a t, tuat 
Sgging about, u 242f. 

'A^i^t-XoXOti ^'> '^ 'Afiftdpaar, 
from 'Apyot, a seer, d WSf. 

ifi^ilini (lucere), viK, dilaca- 
i a ill, gi an ai early dawa, a 433t. [I'O 
i^t-fiatraaHi, 1 aOr. imp. mid., 
ffTToyyuoii, wijie off aS over, v Ifi2f. 
i^l-f,ix.''*^'>*tj'g/'' tTOund, (1) t!, 
dufi-itwpi (tvrvtu), fut. &|i4Uini, iesltge,?. 4&I. — (2) rtvAi, fight /or (ai 
aor. -fo(ff)n, and mid. -afiijv, (no pres. a prize), of defenders and assailants, n 
or ipf.),amicire,pMi on, t(m,rirD 71, 496; cf. d^^ wmi, n 526. (II.) 
T393,5S3; mid.,induere8ibi,(frt!(« 'Aji+i-uJlx**. (0 "^ °^ Kriaroc, 
wm'j ley™, f 131, K 23. Icailcr of 'P-rnoi, N 203.— (2) son of 

h^iJmiK, only pr. (imp. and part.) No^™v, leader of Kaptc, B 870. 
and ipf., dfi0tir(, also in Cmesi, circa 'A|utI-)USHi', son of fiiXavtlii, ■ 
versari, Id Ae friuy oAour,' tivo,A473, suiior, ^ 242. 

turrouad (mid.); irup, enEetop infiaine; iii^I-uAaivat, -oc, »pfF(C, dart on 
apparare,(fres»,06l! ornm^e.BSaS; both sides, darhmed (lit. diaphragm, 
afMiiirorTit, SaAnti, busily, y\l8, dark on both iiiks), metaph. of soul, 

&|>4^-tE(r< ((6w), ambussit, tint/ed darkened by rage or grief, of instanta- 
nund about, I aB9j. neous elfect of strong feeling. (R) 

Vf^an (iZAy>o), circa adhae- Ji|4Ml>^<>- O-wria/wi), circum- 
rebBt,>i!«fadupim,£25t. sonavit. re-ecAou. e 227; Im.. aor. 

JL^L^itSaJt^S (SiiXac), undiquc nf- .^Ca.-oi'.reiauniiai.r 260, M 460. 
flneuB. i-tcA; others interpret. h<n-ig iiuJu-vifLovroi, pr. and ipf. diMll 
faOeT and mother ilitlalim,X4S6^. around or in. B 521. r 186; tm., B 499. 

■ 'A[i+t-flA|, wife of AiroXinroc, grand- 'A|ii^i-vii(in, a Nereid, E W. 
wMhee at 'Olvatvs, r 416t. 'A.^L^t-vouosiSanof^'lati^.ti^iia^iiM- 

Xi'xiov, a suitor, x *^' 




dfitfii'^kiOf only &fi^{c(ra, dolayi, 
/ hewed round cUxnttf i// 196t. 

''Ap4^» 0) B^^ ^^ SlXayoC; from 
IlaKToC) ally of the Trojans, E 612. — 
(2) son of Mepo\j/f a Trojan chief, B 830. 

dfit^l-^^TiTai, circumsonet, re- 
toundSf a 352 f. 

&|i<^X-ir^ovTat, and d^ipnckvovro., 
ipf., cur ant, att&nded, o 467; tc^ up, 
tend (the wounded) ; cuaaUy * 203,^ 1 84. 

4|&^ixircpC, see dfi<f>L 

ii^i^tyir€piF<rrpi^TaXi see inpitrrpk^, 

&fi4^iyircpi-oTp(tt<|>a, see irepcffr/ow^a. 

&|&4>C-irc(rov<ra (TrcTrra;), am pie x- 
9ki2^ embracing, clinging to (her lifeless 
husband), 523t. 

&pi<|>i,^iroXcv€iv {dix(J>ivo\og), only pr., 
curare, till, 6px<^ top ; (Biov, watch over ; 
w 78, attend, serve (ironical). (Od.) 

&|i^C-TroXos, rif (TTsXo/tiat), comes, 
female attendant (not a slave), without 
whom the noble dame of the heroic 
age never appears in public, a 331. 

i^^i^vovsofiai, only ipf. -cirovciTo 
and fut. -vovrftTOfjLeOa, curare, attend 
(so also dful>ivkvovrai)i '9 681 ; superin- 
tend, ^ 159, u 307. 

d/Jupi'irordofAai, only dfi^k-ciroraTO, 
circumvolitabat, w<u fluttering 
about, B 315t. 

&|i4^l-pvrD (pew), v^er^ Iv — , c i r- 
cumflua, sea-girt, a 50. (Od.) [y] 

&|i4£s (irom a^0w, old instr. case, 
^162; weakened to diJi<l>i, which orig. 
stood before fsKaarov [€Ka<rrov'], A 634, 
748, r 46 ; and in composition, a'ft^i- 
(tIxO) a 54, y 486, 340 ; replaced at 
close of verse by a/u^/C) »? 4, ^ 266, E 
723, $ 442), utrimque, on both sides. 
—I. adv., (1) 2 519; * 162, hurl the 
spears from both hands at once; ex^ir, 
have on both sides, carry; a 54, hold 
asunder; round about, H 342, F 115. — 
(2) apart, N 706 ; singly, % 57, cf. X 11 7 ; 
flvai, ir 267, with gen., be far from, r 
221, O 709.--(3) differenthf, <t>pd!i€(T9ai, 
0pove7v,B 13,N 345. — II. prep, (always 
following the word it governs, except 
dfK/ii before (^p)kKoaTos), (1) with gen., 
far away from, ^ 352, tt 267, 444 ; on 
one side of, ^ 393 ; in aUits parts, nar- 
rowly, B 384. — (2) with dat, on either 
end, E 723. — (3) with ace, about, around, 
Si 274, ^ 266, A 635, 748, r 46. 

dfipifrrafiai, only ipf. and aor. &|fc<^ 
darav, dfi^k<miaav, circumstare. 

obsidere, 2 233; in tmesi, 17 4, i 38(\ 
01 58. 

&|&^V- ( ve 0oc) ^aTS^» c i n X i t, crown- 
ed with, 2 205 f. 

a|ju^-c(rTp&T<Sa>vro, r})v, ob side- 
bant, were besieging, A 7l3f. 

d|ju^i-oTpc(t>^c9 (oTpk^w), flexile 8, 
turning all ways, A 40 f. 

dfKpi-TiOrjiJLi, induere, put on, rivi 
ri ; in tmesi, yet dfi^iTcdcioo, placed 
upon, K 271 ; mid. dfjitfikQero, girded on, 
<p 431 ; in tmesi, 416, K 149. 

&|i<|>V- (eavbg) Tp^|&c, circa treme- 
bat, trembled round about, 4f 507 f. 

'Afi^x^Tp^TTi, sea-goddess (not repre- 
sented in Homer as wife of Poseidon), 
€ 422, p. 97, 60. 

&|&^i-rpop,^<tf, roi) ^ — Kai diidiOf 
tremble for, and fear lest, ^ 820 f. 

*A|ji4^t^pv(0v, iovoQ, only with -KaXg, 
vlog ('HpaicXciyff), and aKomv ('AXjc|ijj- 
vtjv), king of TipvvQ, E 392, y 266. 

&|t<^£-<^&Xov (0a- 
Xoc) Jct'Vfiyv, double-' 
plumed,s>ir\QX\y, dou- 
ble -ridged; helmet 
with double or divid- 
ed crest. (See cut, 
a and 6.) 

-c^Pt)6cv, aor. pass, 
pi/, «7ere put to flight around him, 11 

ap,(|>i 4k>pcvs, 6, (dfJi(J>ic, 0€p<i>)i ^0- 
handled vase or jar for wine ; also, oi 74, 
for ashes of the dead. (See the follow- 
ing cuts, the first two from Egyptian, 
the others from Greek, original.) 




2, . '■ 

J Vid. Kpf\rr\p, 

&|&^l (jjLoKa) ^p^cori^c, weigh care- 
JvUy, 2 254t. 

&jfc^-^avc, aor. (xatVw), devora- 
vi t, yawns on every side, ^ 79t. 

ij^^xiiAj aor. x«v«J x^^» circum- 
f un d o.— -(I) in tmesi, H tivi, c i r c u m- 
dare, shed about, P 270, 9 278.— (2) 
aor. mid. exvvrof thronged about, x 498 ; 
were laid round them, 9 297 (tmesis); 
Tivd, ring in one's ears, B 41 ; en- 
compass (tmesis), rti/t, N 544,11 414; 
also aor. pass. 'txv9rt, 5 716, 3? 253, ^ 
63; embrace, tt 214; ^764, before the 
dust-cloud rose. 

&|jM|>i-xvdc^> 'V^ai, see dn^i'X^*^9 

&fi4^X^Tov (x^ta), circnmfusum, 
encompassing (earthen wall), T 145f . 

*A|i4>iCDv, ovog, (1) son of laVioc and 
XKutpig, king of 'Opxofjuvog, \ 283. — 

(2) son of Zeus and 'Avtiotttj, brother 
of Zii9oc, founder of G^/3at, \ 262.— 

(3) leader of the 'Etthoi, N 692. [7] 
ifi^^TcpoS) fji ov, am bo, both; dfji- 

^oTipov — r€ — Tt (leai), utrumque 
et — et; dfi^OTtpyoi {xfpoi), k 264 
(£416), ambabus (manibus); x^^P^ 
dfi^orkpaq, ta 398. 

*A|ji4^cp6s, a Lykian, n 41 Sf. 

&|&4orcp«i>6cv, u trim que, from or 
on both sides, at both ends, k 167. 

&|i<^oT^pfMri, in utramque par- 
tem, m both directions, 6 223. (II.) 

&|&^-ov8£s (ovdag), humi, on the 
ground, at his feet, p 237t. 

&p^pao'(FavTO, aor. from dvaippd^o- 
fiai, agnosceret. 

a|i4«« (ambo), ambo, utrique, 
bo^ (sides), A 363 (B 124); the two 
pieces, fji 424. 

&|Ju^-wTov {ovg), two-handled, x I^t- 

&fji^^ opt. pres. from dfidut, mete- 

&-fM«|jiiliToio (fiOifiog), irreprehen- 
8 us, irreprocuihable, M 109 f. 

1. av (possibly from d^og), strictly, 
aliqua, somehow, similar in its use to 
KB ; nence, I., with opt, mere (subjec- 
tive) supposition, sumtio ficti; P 
711, oi) yap WiMtg civ Tptatooi fiaxoiroy 
non enim Troes impugnaverit, 
he would (could) not, unarmed, attack 
the Trojans; in hypothetical periods, 
sumtioficti, conclusion of expressed 
or implied supposition made without 
regard to fact, ^ r civ dfjiwaifjiiiv {el 
poi dvvafiig ye irapeirf), ego vero me 
defenderim, I woiUd defend myself, 
/3 62; in relative periods, og vvv ye 
Kai av Ad Trarpl fxaxoiro, who now 
at least tnould fght even with father 
Zeus, £ 362; also with assumption 
contrary to fact, sumtio falsi, A 232. 
— (2) in interrogations,* a 65, ttwc ctv 
tireiT 'OSvffrjog eyd) Beioto \a9oiiJ,T}v; 
how should (could) I forget? in re- 
quests, ^ 57, oi)K civ Srj fiot k^oTrXio- 
oeiag aVi^nyv, couldst (wouldst) thou 
not? — (3) in dependent relation after 
past tenses, irpoteig (jie) o^p' dv e\oi- 
fiTjv, ut acciperem, didst send me 
that / might receive, w 334 ; hypothet- 
ically, in oratione obliqua, orevro 
viKrjakfjLiv eirrep civ — dfiSoiev (oratio 
recta would be edvirep dUdwai), he 
stood and boasted that he would con- 
quer even though (as he said) the Muses 
should sing, B 597. — II. with indie, (1) 
past tense (supposition contrary to 
fact), sumtio falsi, oifK &v rooaa 9e- 
oTrpoirktitv dyopevtg, non tam multa 
vaticinatus loquereris, wouldst 
not be talking so much, disclosing (for- 
sooth) the will of the gods, /3 184; 
hjrpothetically, e 39, quae — ne ex 
Troia quidem abstulisset, si 
incolumis rediisset, as he would 
not have brought away from Troy, had 
he returned home without mishap. — 
(2) with future, seldom, X 66, aifrbv S' 
av irvfiarov fie — ipvovoi, me ipsum 
postremo dilaceraverint,mela8t 
of all shall the dogs rend. — III. with 
snbj., denoting that which is soon to 
take place, scarcely different from sim- 
ple future. — (1) in principal sentences, 
tax' dv TTore 9vfibv hXiooy, soon shaU 
he lose his life ; thus esp. freq. with 
aor. subj., also (2) in. de^^iid&\i\. ^ii^or 




fence, 8v S' civ tywv — vorioit)^ quem 
conspicatus ero, whomsoever I 
thaU have perceived, G 10 (yet subj. 
pres., ey, r 332); a»c cLv syw cittw, 
quomodo ego locutus ero ? how 
$kaU I speak? A 510, o^p' Av — Titrioaij 
quoad honorabunt, until they $haU 
honor. — "Av and kI in one sentence, 
^ 259, € 36 1 . [-' ; but — by position be- 
fore fepmaiT, 21; trPiji, 406, where 
orig. initial consonants have disap- 

2. av by apocope for aVa, before v, 
K 298; before r, E 167; before (rrofia, 
e 456 ; and in dv Se, sc. ojpvvro, F 268, 
^ 755 (cf. 812, 709, and 9 110-118). 

3. dv-, negative prefix, cf. Lat. in-, 
Eng. i n-, u n- (cogn. with dvevy possibly 
with dvd), shortened before consonants 
to so-called d privativum, which 
also (as dva-y appears before vowels 
when in the ancient form a spirant, a, 
Py or jf, was heard : dvdfedvog, dPayijg. 

dvo, dv, before labials dfi (opp. icara), 
up, aloft. — I. adv., aX\' dva, but up I 
quick! 2 1 78, (t 13 ; thereon, 2 562 ; upon, 
J3 416; mixed, pouring in (upon the 
water) the wine, y 390 ; often separated 
by tmesis from the verb to which it 
belongs. — II. prep., (1) with gen., dvd 
vrjds {vetjjv) ^aivtiv, embark, a 210. — 
(2) with dat., ahjt on, upon, A 15,0 152, 
»// 275, 2 177; w 8, to each other.— -(3) 
with ace, strictly per, aUmg a line 
(contrast successively with Kara, on 
different points of a surface, passim 
per — ; €i/, with daL, at on^ point vjithxn 
a given boundary ; dg, with ace, to such 
a point.— {\) of space, aloft to, or in, 
dvaPalvHv, % 132 ; riOivat, K 466; in 
my breast, and rose to my mouth, dvd 
OTOfia, X 452; pivag, co 318; along, K 
339; dv iQvv, straight forvoard; (a) 
throt^hout, ahmg, with verbs of motion, 
E 74, K 362, 298, 657, 101, N 270, P 
257, 2 546,T 319,^ 321, Q 166, i// 136 , 
also figuratively,^ 716 ; (b) with other 
verbs, throughout the confines of, over, 
amid, aV 'EAXaoa,N 117, B 575, j8 291, 
^ 286 ; dvd OTOfi tx^iv, having (their 
names) in thy mouth, B 250 : dvd 9v- 
fibv <ppovHv, judge in one's soul ; also, 
opfiaivHv, 9afi(3Hv, 6U(T9ai; follg. the 
governed word, vhov dvd, v 32. — (2) 
temporal, dvd vvtcra, per noctem, all 
night through, 'Si 80. [w w] 

1. ava, see dvd, L 

2. dvo, voc. from ava^, 
dva-Paiv^l&cv, dp.-fiaivBiv, 'prioofuu^ 

-k^r\, often in tmesi, go up, fill-, with 
ace, ascend {to), ovpavov, vtrspwia, ap- 
^ara; Z, 29, permeat homines, 
goes abroad among men ; dvd ri, x 132, 
143 ; tig Ti, S 287, U 184, x 143, « 470 ; 
with dat, K 493, per corpora in- 
gredientes; iv Biippoiot,'^ 132; ig 
Sitppov, n 657, X 399 ; with gen., vijog 
(veiov), embark upon ; also absolute (be- 
fore taking ship for Troy), a 210, cf. A 
611; also trans, in tmesis, A 143, rivd, 
put on hoard; cf. o 475, dvaPijodfuvoi, 
having taken us into their ship. 
* dvd'iSaWt, d|&-PaXXw|&c6a, (1) pro- 
eras tin are, />o«^|7one, r 584; tme8is,/o 
262; mid., B 436.— (2) mid., ordiri, 
make a prelude, deiSuv, a 155, p 262. 

dva-p^Ppvxcv (ftpkx^) ^^mpi sca- 
turivit, bubbled up, P 64f (v. 1. dva- 

'Ava^o-C-vc«0S, a Phaiakian, d 1 1 3t. 

dvd-pXT|oxs {dva(3d\X w), d i 1 a t i o, 
postponement, B 380. (II.) 

(dva-fipaxtiv), aor. dv-^ppdxc, ratHed 
aloud, T 13 ; creaked aloud, 48. 

{dva-pp6xti>)i only dva-Pp<S{cic, fi 
240, as often as she gulped doum ; and 
dvajSpox^v, X 586, vanished as if tucked 

dva-Ppv|[o>, -ppuxo), see dvapeppirx€f 

(dva-yiyvtiMTKbi), only aor. tyvuv, etc., 
agnoscere, Arnow again, S 250, r 250; 
N 734, maxime vero ipse sentit, 
the fortunate possessor knows it best 
of all; X 144, quomodo talem me 
agnoscat, recognize me for such as 
I am. 

a,vQ,yKaix\ {=dvdyKri), necessitas, 
necessity, want, Z 85 ; dat., perforce, A 
300; avayKairj^i BafikvTiQ,Y 143. 

dvaYKcuos, ri, ov, (dvdyKTj), (1) vio- 
lent us, constraining; ^^ap, day of 
constraint, servitus; fiv9tit, word of 
force, xpfioT, dira necessitate. — (2) 
coactus, perforce, dfi&tg (captivi)^ 
froXefiiorai, i n v i t i. 

dvaYKT), necessitas, constraint, ne- 
cessity, Kparepij; rivl iori (with inf.), 
necesse est, K 418, Q 667 (E 633,r 
251); dvdyKy, si, of necessity, k 434, v e 1 
coacti; vir' dvdyicrig, out of compul* 
sion. [>-' ] 




dva-yvafiiTTiOy only &v-^a|fci|rav, re- 
tro carvabant, urUooseJ, and dviy- 
vdfi<l>9fjt loas bent back, P 44. 

ov-aYOvox, -a|u>, aor. -qyayoVf bring 
tt/>, conduct J carry to a place. — (1) on 
land, S 534, K 272, p 441 (to the inte- 
rior), cf. 6 203; p rod u cere, bring 
forth, a 89. — (2) by water, on ship- 
board, rivd, Ti, carry away (home, y 
272), N 627, T 48, Z 292 ; despatch, a 
115; bring back, O 29; guide hither, I 
338 ; dvdyovTO (opp. KaTayovro), put to 
MO, T 202. 

dva*8^po|M, imminet, see dva- 

(dva-SkpKui), dv-cSp&KCV hipBaKfiolmv, 
aperuit oculos, opened again his 
eyes, fij 436t. 

&va-8^<r|ii|v (dfui) irKiKTriv, (twisted 
or plaited) ^a<2-&am2, «b&^ S 

X 469t. (See cut.) 

&vi8^{aTo, e X c e - 
^\t, received, E 619; 
and ipf. dvtdkyfifOa, 
suscepimus, have 
undergone, p 563. 

{dva-Svofiai\ only 
in the forms dvSvcrai, -ediKTiro, and 2 
aor. -kSv, -Svy, -dvvat, emergere, 
emerge, € 322 ; with gen., A 359, c 337 ; 
with ace, arose to the wave (surface) 
of the sea, A 496; recedere, draw 
back, t 377; lig, H 217; and ace. with- 
out prep., N 225, cf. 214, out of the 

&v-a-c8vov (a-£^i/a), without bridal 
gifts (cf. Uva). I 146. (II.) 

kv-aiipit), imp. -acipc, aor. ind. -dcipc, 
opt. -asipai, inf. -asipai, part. -adpaQ — 
tollere, /i/^ «/? (tmesis, H 130,X 399, 
X«p«t\ r€i)x€rt) ; limbs, 9 298 ; the op- 
]ionent in wrestling, can-y off a prize. 
(11. ^.) 

ava-dY|Xiij<rci (^//Xew), revirescet, 
5/ia// bloom again^ A 236f . 

avo-SrjiMLTa (riOrifjii), ^atrof, addi- 
tamenta cenae, ornaments, delights 
of the banquet, a 152, ^ 430. (Od.) 

ava-Op«MrKa»v, exsultans, hounding^ 
N UOf. 

av-<u8c(T|s (avat^i/c); gen. kirk^aav, 
trod the path of insolence, v 424 ; -€i>yv 
iiruiii'fvoQ, I 372. clad in impudence. 

&iMu8i)s, Ec< (,a(dii)Q\ i ni p u d e n s, 
indolent, shameless, p 449, of the suitors ; 

applied to inanimate objects, KvSotfidgy 
irirpri, N 139, and Xaa^, X 598. 

&v-ai|fcovcs {alfia), sanguine ca- 
rentes, bloodless, i. e. without mortal 
blood, E342t. [--w^] 

&v-ai|fcuTC {alfia), sine caede, with- 
out bloodshed, 9 149. [7] 

&V(uvo|fcai, ipf. dvaiviTO, aor. avrfva- 
To, rivtivaro, etc. (aivv/irat) — negare, 
deny, 2 500, K 149, I 116; recusare, 
refuse, 2 450,^ 204, 1 585 ; spernere, 
repel, reject (opp. vvodfxio9ai), H 93, <r 
287, 1 510, 679; y 265,epum. 

av-atp^u, -riatoBai, aor. -jtAov, -€(X6- 
pir\v, to 11 ere, take up. — (1) lift from 
the ground, y 453; mid., take up for 
one's self, oi>\oxvrag ; tcdce up in one^s 
arms, n 8 ; Hfi up and sweep away, v 66. 
— (2) comprehendere, lay hold of, 
A 301, a 16; mid., capere, take, arms, 
N296; cloak, 4 530; goblet, x 9; come 
to reason, r 22. — (3) accipere, bear 
off, prizes, ^ 736 ; mid., 823, ^ 117 (or 
in signification 2). — (4) conducere, 
to take into one^s service, a 357. 

&v-otaaov(rt, aor. dv-r)i^a, spring up, 
rise suddenly from a sitting posture, A 
584, a 4(', for combat, etc., H 106, ^ 
203 ; gush forth (pr. only in this sense), 
X 148 ; with ace, leap upon, Q 440. 

av-atrtos {airia), in sons, innocent, 
r 297, V 135. 

dva-Kaiw, always with irvp, only iv- 
^Kaic (and -or), ace end i^ kindled, 1 
251 (v 123). (Od.) 

dva- Kepdvvvfji, only iva-K^paovcv, 
9X>Y., filed and mixed, y 390f . 

&va-KT|Kici, ipf. -KfiKU, gush forth^ 
stream down. (11.) 

6va-K\ivuj. only 1 aor. act. (part, ay- 
xXCvas) and pass, part., ava-KXiv9ei(,\ 
reclino, 7//rt^e to lean upon. — (1) rivd 
Trpog Ti, (T 193 ; ro^ov ttotI yaiy, brac- 
ing against the ground. A 113, cf r 
577 ; open, doors (opp. €7ri0€TvaO, ^525. 
Y 156, 6 395; 'avc(K\ct'9it<^\ sup in us 
Leaning back, v 78, t 371. ^ 794. 

av-aKovTi^it), only ipf. &VT)K(SvTi(c, 
shot for thy alpa, E 113f. 

dva-KOTTTio, ipf av-€K<nrrc, shoved 
back, 47t ; see by^vq. 

ava-KpaZiit, aor. av-^Kpayov, since / 
have once for all broken silence. ^ 467t., aor. part. &Y-Kpc^ia- 
O'ao'a, after she had hung it up a 440t. 

&vaKTopC'{|ai (^dvai,^ vecrcu'^^i^iawrjiu^ 
to the master, o a'i""\. 

u . 




fell rattling over, 11 379t. [i] 

ava-\iyia, ipf. oX-Xcyov, aor. inf. 
&\\k^aif colligere, gather, * 321. 

&v-(LXKcCT|cn dafikvTiQ, overmastered 
bgfear,Z 74. (II.) 

ay-aXKis» i8og, ace. -ida (-iv, 7 375), 
ignavus, defenseless, cowardly, O 62. 

fiv-oXrov (alere), insatiabilem, 
msatiabk, <T 114. (Od.) 

ava-Xvw, ipf. iter. -aX-Xvcoiccv, part. 
aX-\vov<Tav, aor. dv-kXvoav, solvere, 
vntie,i 178 (in tmesi) ; retexere, un- 
ravel, j8 105. (Od.) 

&v&-f&ai|&(£ci TTVp ayicea, grassatur 
per, ro^e* thxmgk, Y 490f. 

&va-|&d{cis, fut. (fid<T<Tu)) <rg Ke(f>a\y, 
shah wipe off on thy own head, expiate 
with thy life, r 92t. 

dva-fikvitt, aor. &v-^fi.ciV(&, exspec- 
tavi, was awaiting, r 342t. 

&va-|JicTpiii(raifi.i (/liTpsio), aor., em e- 
tirer, remeasure the road to, n 428t. 

dva-fiiywtii, see dvafxhyat, 

dva - fjufivtiOKut, 6lv - ^f&VT)cra«, aor. , 
commonuisti, hast reminded, ravra, 


dva-fjufivta, only ipf, m an ere, await, 
A 171; «^anrf/rt«^ n 363. (IL) 

dva-fiitryu), ipf. and aor. (tmesis), 
dfjiiii^ag, admiscere, ^o mix with, mix 
together, k 235, 5 41, Q 529. 

dva-fiopfivpio, ipf. iter. dv-cf&op|jiv- 
pcoicc, efferbuit, seethed up, fx 238t. 

dva-VEOfiai, &v-vciTai, oritur, ri56«, 
ic 192t. 

ava-vfuw, only ipf. and aor. , ab n u er e, 
deng, refuse, Z 311; with inf., 11 252; 
6if>pv(Ti, ye tar e,Jbrbid, i 468; without 
inf., 129; KapfiaTi,X 205. 

av-avra, s u r s u m, up-hill, •*" 1 1 6t. 

&va{, KTOC, (Pdva^), voc. & gva, of 
go3sT^at. pi. dvaKTim, 657, tutor, 
do minus, master, ruler. — (1) as ;>oj9- 
sessor, 5 87. — (2) as rukr, (a) of gods, 
Zev dva, Att Kpoi/ibii/i dvaKri, etc.; 
Apollo, H 23; k\v9i dva^, H 514; 
Poseidon, Hephaistos, dv. kvipwv 'Ai- 
d(t)Vivg', (b) of men, e. g., I 164; com- 
mon phrase, dva^ dvdpiov, A 172, A 7. 

dva-^ripaivu), &7*{t|pdKg, aor. subj., 
exsiccat, drg up, * 347t. 

iLV-oLytancoVf see dvoiywfii, a peri e- 

dva-irdWiOf only (1) aor. part. &p.- 

ircir&X<tfV, vi brat am, having poised 
and drawn back, F 355. — (2) mid. dva- 
TraXXtrai, ^ 692, aor. dviiraXTo, ex- 
silnit, sprang up, 6 85. 

dva-navto, aor. &v-iirav<re, rivd n- 
voc, arcuit, hinders Jrom, P 650f. 

ava-TTCipoi, aor. part, aa-^cipavris, 
transfixa, hatnng spitted, B 426f. 

&va-trcirTafi.^a«, see dvaTrirdmnffUf 

ikva-wtrdvvvfii, ex pan do, spread 
out; only (1) di'd 8' iffria — ir^flMrcrav, 
unfurled, shook out the sails, A 480, etc 
— (2) dva-imrTafitvag, apertas, open 
(opp. liriKiKKiiikvaQ, M 121), Ovpag. 

dva-Tn^ddu), aor. d/x-wfidriffe, ex si* 
luit, sprang up out of, A 37 9t. 

dva-vifiTrXrifii, only fut. -irXiijo«iv 
and 1 aor., explere, Jill up, accomplish 
(one's fate), 6 34, A 263, A 170 ; en- 
dure woes, € 207, 302, O 132. 

ikva-wXsut, fut. -^Xcv<rc<r6(u and ipf., 
sail up, oTtivwnov, ad fretum, /i 234s 
ig Tpoirjv. 

&vd-'irvcvoxs (TTvsut) TroXefioio recov^ 
ering of breath, respite from battle, A 
801. (II.) 

wok-irvkta, ipf and aor. -^irvcvaa and 
dfi-TTWi, pass. dfi-TTvvvQri, and plupf. 
mid. dfi-TTvvro, respirare, respire, 
take breath, come to one's senses, n 42 ; 
TivoQ, receive from (only 1 aor. act.). 

&v-diroivov {d-Koiva), nonredemp- 
tam, without ransom, A 99f. [d] 

ava-iFpr/ia'as (jrprjBw) daKpv, lacri- 
mas exprimens, letting tears flow, 
/3 81. 

dv-diTTta, religare,a^ tach, of cables, 
jti 162; av-'«j<^a» imp. aor. pass., reli- 
gantor ad mdlum, ju 51; suspen- 
der e, hang up, y 274 ; fiutfiov, impute 
fault, /3 86. 

&vd-irv<rTa (irevOofiai), nota, noto- 
nous, X 274t. [d] 

&va-poiP8^<a, see dvappoiPSsui. 

ikv-apird^u), only aor. --tlpvacrc, -np- 
ird^ag, eripere, snatch out, X 276; 
carry off, I 564 ; snatch away, 11 437, 
esp. of sudden gusts of wind, ^515. 

&va-p-piii{a«, and -pfi^eu (priyvvfu), 
lacerare, tear open; evertere, de- 
stroy, U 461. (11.) 

dva-p-piirr^u, only pres. and ipf. 
(dv-ippiTTTovv, V 78), aor. -kppv^fav^ 
dXa (TTTiSij), K 130, is to be supplied), 
turn up with oar-blades ; cftorquent 




bpumas et caerala verrunt. 

ava-(p)-poip8^«», -fpoipdijtTff deyo- 
rare, swallows up, /x 104. (Od.) 

av-dpo-Yoi (dpapuTKi)^ a 1 i e n a t i, nof 
fitting, incongj-uotts, hence hostile (opp. 
&Vfirtpfig), (Od., O 365). 

av-apX^^ (^PX^Oi sine duce, ti^/A- 
mU kader, B 703, 726. 

dva-<Ttvu>, ikviawTOf 2 aor. mid., ex- 
siluit, sprang forth, A 458f. 

dva-aTrdiOy iiV-tinewarOf lyx^C* drew 
his spear ybr^A, N 574f. 

avaova, ric, (dvaK)i domina, mis- 
tress, queen (only ^ 149 of a mortal). 

dvcuronu (ava^), fut -d^ui, aor. mid. 
-a|a(rOai (ipf. dvaff<n), tueri, A 7, 
dominari, be sovereign, rule, reign 
over. — (1) persons ; comm. with dat, A 
180, also with puTd, A 61 , ^v, }} 62 ; with 
gen., K 33 ; with ace. (duration of time), 
dvdiaoOai ysvea, ruled through three 
generations of men, y 245. — (2) country 
and city ; with gen., A 452, p 443 ; with 
dat, B 108 ; with kv, U 572, A 276.— (3) 
KTfifiamv, a 1 1 7, cf ^ 93 ; rifipg, T 181 ; 
be tnaster of Priam's sovereignty over 
the Trojans, w 30; pass., be ruled, nvi, 
a 177. 

Ava-oraS^v, adv. (cf trraSiy), a s s ur- 
gendo, standing upright, ^ 469. (II.) 

dva-OTEvaxi^^u), av-caTCvdxi{c, ipf., 
ingemnit, wailed aloud, K 9f. 

iva-oTcvaxovtrt, and ipf. iarfvdxov' 
TO, lamentari, bemoan, bewail aloud; 
nva,t^ 211. (II.) 

&va-<rrovaxCt«'9 ▼• !• for dvafrreva- 

dva-<rTpk(fno, only aor. opt. dv-onrp^- 
^ffiav, ever te rent, over ^wrn, "^^ 436; 
and 'orpktpo/iai, ydiav, peragro, wan- 
der through, v 326. 

&va-aTp«M|»«»v (-«rrpa)0aa>) , v e r s a n s, 
turning it over and over, 394f . 

&va-ox^(Mv, avd-orxco, see dvkx(»>, 

&vcurx<$p>cvo«, -trxhoBai, -o%(t>v, tol- 
lens, see dvixio. 

dva-rkWta, aor. dv^retXc, em i sit, 
caused to spring up (as food), E 777t. 

dva-TiOfifii, fut. &vaOi{o«i, IXeyxiitiv, 
ignominia afficiet, will heap insult 
upon me, X lOOf . 

dva-rXas, part, of aor. &v^tXt|v, en- 
dure, withstand (poison), k 327. (Od.) 

dva - rpkirofiai, aor. &vcTpdircTO, 

e versus est, fell backward, Z 64 

dva-rp€Xii>, only pf. -8c8po|Jic, and aor. 
-^poftcv, -ov. — (1) nm up, spout up, 
P 297 ; wales started up under the 
blows, •*" 717 ; 2 437, shot up; € 412, 
up rises the sheer rock. — (2) run back, 
A 354, cito immensum. 

av-«v8o9 (avdri), mutus, speechless, 
£ 456. (Od.) 

ava-^Cvju, only pres. act. and mid., 
and aor. act. -^rjvai, monstrare. — (1) 
were feeding by turns the flame (to give 
light), <j 310.---(2) disclose, A 87 ; dis- 
playing, T 411; show loquacity, ^159; 
betray, 6 254. — (3) mid., appear. 

&va-<|>av8<Sv (-0atva>), 11 178t, and 
-<bav8«l (Od.), openly, before the eyes of 

dva-ipEp<jj, only aor. 1 &v-^vcik(&, 
brought up, \ 625, and -IvdKaro, drew 
a long-drawn sigh, T 314. 

dva-(}>\vto, ipf. &V& 8' li^Xvc, ebul- 
liebat, waves were boiling up, ^ 361^. 

dva-^pdt^ofiai, aor. opt. &p.<^paotr(u* 
TO, agnosceret, should recognize, r 
39 If. 

dva-xatoH*^^' pres., ipf, part. aor. 
-XCKTodfiivog, recedo, was retiring, E 
600 ; also with d^, dnioia, tvtOov, vo\- 

dva-x€<i>, dva-x^^c, aor., infndit, 
poured therein, i 209t. 

dva-xupc^Tu, pres., fut. aor. 1, re- 
cedo, withdraw, x 270 ; also with dt//, 
p 461, K 210. 

&va-ilnjx<i'V (jf^xoc), pres. ipf., and K 
575 -expvxOtv, 3 pL aor. pass., refri- 
ge rare, coo/, d 568; E 795, assuoye, 
alleviate. [-" ] 

avSdvci {favSdvut, ((Tp)ddvg, sua- 
vis), ipf. irivdavi QPrjvdave), ijvSave, 
pf. iaSora (pfPadora), aor. fvaSe (for 
iPads) and tide, placere, please, de- 
light, gratify ; esp. with Qv^n^, k 373 ; 
with two datives, A 24, O 674 (tt 398, 
by speech); ff422, gratum, acc^^a6/le. 

av-8tx&> asundei', II 412; in twain. 

avSp-dypia (dyprj), spolia, spoils 
of arms, SJ 509t. 

*Av8p-aifi.ov(8T|s, i e. Qoag, H I68t. 

*Av8p-aip,a>v, ovog, king of AirujXoi 
in KaXvdwv, B 638, K 499. 

av8paKd«, viritim, man by maRf 
each, V 14f . (v. 1. dvSpa Kd9\) 




&v8pa>ir(S8€a(ri, m a n c i p i i s, 5^ ves^ 

H 475t. 

iiyhp-axBiax (dxOog), ingentibus, 
with luan-hurdening stones, k 121t. 

av8pci-<^6vTi) (<l>evu))y homicidae, 
vum-slayingy 'Evva\'n(}, B 651. (11.) 

avSpco'trt, dat. pi. from dvrip. 

avSpo - Kf&iiJTu (Kafivio')f nianibus 
facto, ivi'ougkt by merCs /landSf A 


dvdpo'KTdaifj (icr€ivw),only gen. sg. 

and pi., nom. pi., caedes, slaughter Sf 

tnen (in battle). (X 612, XL) 

*AvSpo-fi.dxt|, daughter of 'Hiriutv 
in 0///^ry viroitKaKifi ; wife of Hektor, 
dXoxoQ TToXifdiopog, XeviCfa>Aevoc, Z 371, 
395, X 460, etc. (II.) 

&v8p6ucos, ov, (dvnp), hum an us, 
human flesh, i 297 ; pieces of human 
flesh, 1 374 ; blood, x 19 ; body, P 571 ; 
b/i(AoCf tumult of nien, tumultuous 
crowd, A 538. 

av8pori)Ta (dvdporqQ)^ valor (better 
reading, as regards sense, than ddpo- 
riira, vigor, but unmetrical). 

&v8po-^YOio (0ay€ti^), KvKXiawoi;, 
homines devorans, eating man^s 
flesh. K 200. [d] 

&v8po-<^(Svos, ov, (0cv(ii), yiros oc- 
cidens, man -slaying, 'Aprig, "EicrwjO, 
Xctpcf , Achilleus, Q 479, vegetable poi- 
son, a 261. 

&v-8vcTai, see dvadvu)^ shun. 

dv-cycCpcis, pres., and 1 aor. dvkytipa, 
excitare, wake up. e^ virvov, Ik Xtx*" 
tov, d 730 ; K \7 2, encouraged. 

iv-fyv«, aor. from dvayiyvuxTKtOf 

'&v-c8^)jkc6(&, ipf. from dvaSexofiaty 
suscepimus, z^^c have sustained 

&v-^pc4xov, aor. from dvarp^x'*'*®^" 
o r t a e s u n t, «^ar ^e^/ «;?. 

&v-^c8vos, see dvatdvog, sine dote. 

av-€8/oyw, ipf. i.v^€p70V (for dvkFip- 
yov)y cohibebat, M?a« holding backy F 
77 ; also biriaau), P 752. (11.) 

dv-hZ,it), only 1 aor. part. &v-^(ravTcs, 
having placed him upon, N 657 ; opt. 
dviaaipLi, should hing upon the nuptial 
ft«^S;209. (II.) 

av-(i/it, -curt, (I'fVai), subire, (1) 
go upj^K 146,274; dp.' i^i\it{t dviovrt, 
trriente, with the dawn, 4f 362. — (2) 
r e d i r e, return, X 499, Z 480 ; triiv vrjji, 
K 332 ; ai//, T 290.— (3) adire ad, X 

&v-€C(u>vo« {tl/Jia^y gen., veste ca- 
re n t i s, destitute of bedchthing^ y 348t. 

&v*c(pcai (JpopxiC), ipf. dviipivoy in- 
terrogo, inquire^ d 420, rivd rt; with 
peraXXdv, a 231 ; W, ask respecting, v 

av-cKT^s, -ov, (?xa>), tolerabilis, 
endurable, v 83 ; usually with ovket, also 
dv^KT&Q, I 350, iu a fashion no longer 
to be endured. 

&v-eX6«Sv, aor. part from dvspxofiaif 

av-^XKuv, ipf. av-eXicf, attrahere, 
draw up^draw, M 434, 128, 150; draw 
back, A 375 ; mid., draw out and recover 
(one's spear), x 97 ; tear out (one's 
hair), X 77. 

&v*cXi0V9 see dvaipiu), 

&vc|ios, ov, y en t u 8, wind; KarjCt Xi- 
yiwVf dvtrarjutv ; dvsfiov if, hurricane, r 
186, dvcXXa, dfXXa, nvoiai, dr^rrig, ('(u^, 
)8ia, dvTfikva ; as symbol of swiftness, 
M 207, Q 342, K 437 ; TOfiirig, Aiolos, 
ic 21. Chief winds, vorog, tifpog; see 
also^ 195, £383. 

^vciio-frKcir^uv ((TKEirag, c 443), shel- 
tering against the wind, H 224f. 

&vc|io-Tpcd>^s (r|oe0ai),yentis auc- 
tu s, swollen by the wind, O 625, A 256; 
made from a tree toughened by exposure 
to wind. 

&vc|jiuXios, ov, (for dvBptaviog), fu- 
t i 1 i s, useless, T 123 ; y an u s, vatn, £ 
216; -m pd^eiv, A 355; ady. -lov, $ 

'AvcfMttpcui, 17, town in ^(nKig, B 


avcvc^Karo, see dva^sput, respi- 

&v-iiraXTo, see avaTroXXw, vibra- 

dv-f p«iVo/iat, only aor. &v-T|pcC^avTO, 
abripuerunt, snatched away, a 241. 

dv-ipvoi, aor. ava B' ioria XtvK Ipv- 
aavTCS) hoist, p, 402. (Od.) 

av-cpx^p>cvov, aor. -tX^wv, (1) 5^0 up, 
cf. dv€(/ii, IC 97 ; shoot up, 4 163. — (2) 
return, d-^, A 392, Z 187. 

dv-iptordto, ipf. avcipuTuv, questioned 
repeatedly, ^ 251f. 

&v-^(rai|fci, avl(ravTcs> imponerem, 
see dvstiu). 

av-€(rav, aor., &v-^<rci fut., from 

&v-^acrvTo, aor. from dvaffitxay ez- 




av-loTios {itrria), hearthless^ home- 
less, I 63t. 

cUfv (dv- privative, in-, un-), with 
gen., sine, without; 9iov, invito deo, 
^ 372, cf. O 213 ; Srituiv, procul ab 
hostibus,N 556. 

&vcv6cv, -0c, — (1) proc ul,yar away, 
B 27, A 277, X 300 (opp. iyyv9t), ^ 
241 ; rtwv, A 35 ; iovrogy ^ 452.— jC2) 
sine, with gen., without^ X 39, tt 239 ; 
9eoVy invito deo, E 185, cf. IT 89; 
procul 2k, far from, k 554 ; fuya dv. 
vmv, remotissimum a nobis, X 88. 

&-v^^Xos aWprji innubilus ae- 
ther, cloudless blue sky, ^ 45 f. [a- 


hkV'i%ia^ aor. avkaxov (inf. dvavx^fifv) 
and aifSTXiOov (inf. dv<rxiOk£iv), mid. 
fut. dui^ofuiL (inf. di/o^^ceo'dat), aor. 
dvttrxofiriv (imp. dvaff^eo, av(Tx«o), 
BUS tin ere, Ao/ti up. L act. re, ^ 499, 
X 80, X 297, p 291 ; X"P«C» i'J combat 
(boxing), <r 89; in prayer, GeoIq, A 
450 ; OKYi'irrpov, in making oath, H 
412; maintain, r 1 1 1 ; hold hack, ^ 426 ; 
jut forth, emerge, € 320, P 310.— II. 
mid. (1) hold one*s self up, bear up, en- 
dure, E 285, TT 277 with part, ; A 586, ^ 
5S7, forbear ; X 375, stay awake. — (2) 
hold up before one, (TKtinrpov, K 321 ; 
X^Xpag, (T 100; Sovpara; often dvaaxo- 
fuvog, exsurgens, lifting up arm for 
striking, r 362. — (3) perferre, endure, 
tolerate, ri, x 423, ri 32 ; entertain, jO 13 ; 
Tivd dXys' tx^vra, E 895 ; with part., 
would gtadly sit, d 595. 

&-vci|ri6s, 6, (nepos), sister's son, 
nephew, O 422 ; also cousin, K 519. 

av-cu (dPrjiu), m u t u s, speechless. — 
(1) pi. from dveuiQ, also written dvttf) ; 
m u t i, iyevtffOi, etc., B 323, 1 30, p 240. 
—(2) adv., \l/ 93, ^aro. 

dv-ilj^a^ov, aor. from dvdy(a. 

&v-'np, 3 sing. aor. subj. from dvirifu. 

&v-mov, see dvHfii. 

&v*ifK€aT09, ov, {(iKsofiai), in s ana- 
bilis,tna/7;76a«a6fe, E 394. (II.) 

&v-T|Kov<m)crc (aKovit)), ov^ — rra- 
rpoc, obsequium detrectavit, tt^a^ 
rOeUious, O 236. (II.) 

&K-'4)jkcXicToi (dfiiXyui), unmilked, i 

&v-i{vo6cv (dv9oQ), 2 pf. from pr. -ave- 
Bia, gushed forth, A 266+. See tvrivoOe. 

Av-T)vv<rn]p (dvvw) iiri ipy(i>, endless, 
aimless, 7r lllf. 

&v-i{vopa (dvfjp), ace, non viri- 
le m, unmanly, ic 30 1 . (Od. ) 

dvifp, -£pog, dv^jooc, dat. pL dvSpdm, 
dvSpiaoi (perhaps Pavrip, P 65, A 371; 
cognate with Sabine word nero). — (1) 
vir, man; (a) as distinguished from 
yvvri, 163 ; (b) in age, X 449 ; (c) 
emphatically, man indeed, hero, E 529, 

1 189 ; cf. in combat, A 472 ; (d) of 
occupation and nationality ; with irirpog, 
A 514, iXatpri^oKoQ, 2 319 ; vofiiiig, ai- 
TToXoi, x^^^c^^iS itraKrfjpiQ ; Stvrtfc; 
Sfifiov, unus e plebe, B 198. — (2) 
maritus,AK56an<f,X327,a; 196, a 292,^ 
181 . — (3) homo, human being, often with 
fipoToi, Ovrjroi, among mortals, p 354 ; 
irar^p dvdpittv re Geuiv re, A 544 ; opp. 
gods, £ 119 ; opp. giants, ^ 303, k 120. 
[5 in arsi, and in trisyllabic forms.] 

&v-i^poTos (dp6(*)), non culta, un- 
ploughed, i 109. (Od.) 

av'if^u, perf. pass. imp. from dv- 
dirrui, alligantor. 

ivO* = dvra, 233. 

"Avdciajtown in Meafft'ivrj, 1 151. (II.) 

*Av6cf&(8T|s, '2ifiofi<ytog, son of Av- 
9efii(ov, A 488 f. [- ^ ^ -] 

'AvOcf&Cuv, ioi'OQ, father of Sc/xoetVcoc 
in Troia, A 473t. 

&v6cfi.^cvTos, I, (dvOog), florid us, 
flowery, B 467 ; adorned with flowers, 
X«/3i;c, y 440 ; xprir^pa, to 275; cf. cut 
No. 98. 

&v6cpcuvos, wva, masc. (^dv9og\ 
mentum, chin; to take by the chin in 
token of supplication, A 501. 

ivOcpCKuv, gen. pi. (6 dv9kpit), Itt — y 
per aristas, over the ears of grain, X 


dv9ku), &v0T)O'ai, aor., bloom, X 3201. 

*Av6v|8«Sv, ovoQ, town in 'Ronuria, B 

avOivov {dvQoQ) eldap, florid urn 
c i b nm^ food o /flowers, flowers as food, 

i84t. [---] 

iv9-iOTavTo, ipf., aor. avr-ftrrri, re- 
si stere, resist, IT 30.5, Y 70. (II.) 

av6os, iog, (ad-or), flos, blossom, 
flower, I 542 ; fig.,N 484 ; young shoots, 
youthful herbage, t 449. 

&vOpaKitjv, Trjv,(av9paKii}), pr u n ae, 
heap of glowing coals, I 213f. [— w^ 

avOpioiros, ou, (fd^Gpujirog ( ?), j3 65. X 
365, 2 288), homo, man, (opp. to jjodj^, 

2 107, y 48 ; to animals, ^ 125, n a\^^ \ 




homines, mankind^ the worlds p 354, 1 
340, S 361, y 535, \p 125, a 95, cf. v 
123 and i) 29; quisquam, ant/ one, v 


&vi(£(u (ai/ii;), ipf. dviaZ,0Vy pertae- 
sum esse, &e disgusted with, weary of^ 
I 460, 598, 2 300 : Ovpp, indignari, 
indiynant, grieved in hearty 4> 270, x 
87 ; trans, annoy, distress, ^ 721, r 323. 

dviou {avit}), aviTfiTO}, pass, ai/carac, 
dviTfOiig, act. ,taedioafficere, incom- 
mode, V 178, r 66; pass., be annoyed, 
wearied, y 117 ; rivi, a 133, o 335 ; B 
291, *tis indeed hard to return out of 
weariness. [^^ ] 

dv-iSptori, sine sudore, without 
sweat, 22%\. [w ] 

&v£t|, rjQ, molestia, burden, weari- 
ness, 394, V 52 ; /i 223, unendurable 
bane; trotible, plague, tj 192, |0 446. 

(OA) m 

&viT|6cis> aor. pass, from dvidu), per- 

Lv-ififii, 2 sing. -Ccis, 2 sing. opt. 
'leirig, fut. -Tjffu), aor. 1. -rJKa, -krjKiv, 2 
-((Tav, subj. 3 sing, -fcy (conjectural 
—(1) send forth, d 568 ; ju 105, rowtif 
forth. — (2) loose, de<Tfi6v ; open, irvXag 
(mid. koXttov, laying bare her bOsom, X 
80 ; alyag, skin, ft 300) ; let go, o 265, 
VTTvoq, B 34; oi A^O, forsake ; give reins 
to, E 880. — (3) loose upon, urge on, in- 
citare,Y 118, /3 185; *7rt nvt, against, 
E 405, 882 ; with inf., S 362; exci- 
tare, stir up against, impel, P 705, esp. 
OvjioQ Tiva, also with inf , X 252, ^ 465. 
\dviii, dvufitvog ; elsewh. t.] 

dvlT|p6s (dviri), molestus, trouble- 
some, p 220, 377 ; dvirfpiarepov, the 
more troublous for him^ ft 190. (Od.) 

a-viirT<J-iroocs, ScXXoi, illotis pe- 
^ih\k9,with unwashed feet, IT 235f. 

a-vCiTToiox (i/t TTTw) , i 11 o t i s, U72 Wash- 
ed, Z 266t. 

dv-i<yrTj^i, I. ipf. -£<m|, fut. dv^a)- 
irrrjoij, aor. I. -strrriai, imp. avrrrrifrov, 
part. dvtrri](Ta(Ta, exciere, bid or make 
stand up, 17 1 63 ; xf 'P"c. supporting with 
his hand, ^ 319 ; disperse, A 191 ; wake 
vp, K 32 ; call to life the dead, Q 756 ; 
deport, transfer, ^ 7; excitare, stir 
up to battle, O 64, 2 358. — II. dvCcnra- 
|iai, fut. -arritTtadai, aor. -ktrrriv (du. 
dvarrirriv, 3 pL -ktrrav, part, -(yrdq dv- 

ardaa, inf. avtrrrifiivai, for imp. see ava 
under dvd-, I.), surgere, rise up. — (1) 
from seat (of whatever sort), 1 195, « 
195, 2 410, or from bed, S 336, v 124. 
— (2) for action (of whatever sort), 9 
258, |i 439, with inf, incipere,i; 380; 
to speak, roXai ^ dveorri, rose up (before 
or among them), cf. rolai d' dvitrrdfif- 
voQ fUTSifn], A 58 ; for combat, battle, 8 
343, B 694; rivi, tr 334; dv repeated, ^l' 
709; freq. in tmesi, e. g. ^ 118. — (3) 
from sick-bed, O 287 ; from grave, 4> 

av-Coxuv, i<TxovT£c, part, to liens, 
raising, E 798, O 369; dvd ^ laxso — 
dvdax^o, hold thyself erect, Le. be of 
good courage. 

dv-lxvcvoiv («X''®c)> investigans, 
tracking bcuik, X 192. 

av-vciToi, see ava vlo^iat, oritur. 

d-voijfjrwv, imprudens, unrejiecting, 
ft 270. (Od.) 

dv-oiyui, dv^f^ryCy dvtjiyt, ipf., and 
iter. dvaoiyiOKov, aperio, open, k 389, 
3: 168, Q 228. 

&v-oX^6povs (oXeOpog), incolumes, 
untouched by destruction, N 76 If. 

avof&at, see dvia. 

a-voov, Kpa^i-qv, quam excors fu- 
isti, silly, foolish heart, ^ 441t. 

dvoTTaia (=dv' OTrata), see ^Trata. 

dv-opvvfii, see dviopro. 

dv-opovb), only aor. -(Spovo'cv, -ffav, 
-oag, exsilio, spring up, U Optwiav, 
VTtvov, ig Si<f>pov, P 130 ; 'HeXto^, 
climbed swiftly up the sky, y 1. 

&-v(S<mf&ov (voffrog), redituinter- 
cfuRum, tBriKav, reddiderunt, cut 
off his return, S 182t. 

&-v(S<rTovs {votTTog), reditu care li- 
te s, iOriKav, made void their return, at 


a-voiKTOb (voijaog^ sine morbo, 
unthout disease, K 255t. 

dv-ovraros (ovrdto), noncominus 
vulneratus, unwounded, A 540f . 

iv-ovTr|TC, nor did any one draw 
near without inflicting a wound, X 

37 If. p] 

dv-oTos, -trrdoa, -<rrrfaov, -<TTi}rrtv, 
CTYiffitrQai, etc., see dviarrifu. 

dv-cnrp^tj/ciav, see dvaarpitfua. 

dv-arxc6cciv, -(rx€0, -uxrifnaQai, etc., 
see dvkx^ii' 

dv-orxcrd (ave^oi), ovk, intolera- 
b i 1 i a, unendurable, ft 63f . 




avT = Svra (cognate with ai/ri, 
German prefix ant, en t), ad vers am, 
opposite; ady., and prep, with gen., 
(I) e regione, in the vicinity o/*, B 
626; coram, in presence of, before, ^ 
141, she remained standing be/ore him, 
X 232 ; a 334, holding the veil be/ore 
her cheeks; straight forward, iStiv, 
rirv<yKi<y9ai ; dvra fey'wt, properly ore 
(instr.) similis fuit, was like him in 
countenance. — (2) in hostile sense, ad> 
yersus, contra, against, isvai,Y 75, 
355; eXQiIv, iroXifii^eiv, (TTrjyg, eyxog 
dfipai; di/a(Txo/iev(i;, having drawn back 
their hands (to strike); d 159, before 
thee, to thy face. 

&vT-a{ios, ov, aeqni pretii, equiva- 
lent to, with gen., I 401, A 514. (II.) 

dvTOna (dvra), ipf. rjvriov, fut. dvrf}- 
ff(a, aor. TjvTtjtra, occnrrere, meet, A 
375, S 201 ; rivi, H 423, Z 399; rivog, 
encounter, dTnjjrrijg, S 327 ; H 158, then 
might he soon take part in battle, i. e. 
Jind an opponent; meet in hostile en- 
counter, TT 254. 

"AvTCifi, SiUf wife of UpoiTog, Z 


&KTi|v (dvra), strictly, the face, elaiSk- 
Hv, T 15, Q 223, cf. e 77 ; ace. of speci- 
fication, in respe/it to countenance, with 
ivdkiyKioQ, iiKsXri ; ace. of direction, 
face to face, openly, CO- or SLm,i>a,\&m, 
A 187, K 158, O 247, Q 464, y 120, ^ 
221, 9 213, 158; in battle, A 590, S 
307, X 109 ; forward, 399 ; in front, 
M 152. 

*AvTi|vop£8»|«, #on ^'AvTiJvwp, 'EXi- 
cdwv, r 123 ; pL A 69, ions of Ante- 

'AvTi^vwp, opog, son of Almnirrig, hus- 
band of Oeavio, r 262, A 59, 262. 

&im\aTi,v (dvrdw), Kar — , at the 
junction of the men's and women's 
apartments, opposite the entrance of the 
house (see table III. at end of volume), 
ex adverso, v 387t. 

kvri (locative from dvra), prep, with 
gen., strictly (1) »n thefac£ o/*, adver- 
sura, O 415, * 481 ; 6 115, before the 
eyes. — (2) placed over against as 
equivalent, loco, instead of, I 116, 
546, V 307, Y 290. 

ivrf, &vTia, see dvriog. 

&vn-dvcipai, -aveipag, matching- 
men, of Amazons, r 189. (II.) 

dvTiduf, i,vrX6ta (avri), fut. avriaauj 

dvTiu<o ; aor. avrXdoaifitv, etc., occur- 
rere, meet, ri 293, fi 88, v 312, K 551 ; 
encounter, O 297 (with dat., Z 127. 4» 
431, <r 147), with gen., H 231 ; N 290, 
strike; have or take part, share, with 
ace, only A 31; elsewh. with gen., A 
67, M 356, N 215, Y 125, ^ 643 (mid. 
Q 62), a 25 ; 402, would that he 
might enjoy just as much good luck as 
— , X 28 ; a; 56, participate in the fu- 
neral ceremonies of her son. 

&vTX-ptois, dat. pi. ifiia), adversis, 
hostile, iirUam, A 304, (t 415 ; dvrCPiov, 
adv., with verbs of combating, r 20, 
435, A 386 ; so also avripCtiv, A 278, 
E 220, * 226. (Both advs. only 11.) 

AvTi-^oX«w {dvTi, )8dAXw), -rjtru), aor. 
avTl-p<SXT|<rc, come in the way of cf. 
dvTido), occurrere. — (1) meet acci- 
dentally ^ envxmnter, 11 790, Q 375, ^ 275, 
17 16 ; with gen. only, 5 547 ; a 272, 
shall be my lot, 306 ; elsewh. with 
dat., e. g. H 114. — (2) meet intentionally 
(a) as friend, K 546, ri 19, k 277 ; (b) 
as foe, A 365, M 465 ; rivi, n 847, v 
229. — <3) interesse, have part in, 
fidxijg, A 342 ; (p6v(f), rd^ti). 

&vt(-6cos, 3, godlike, distinguished 
in rank, might, size, beauty ; common 
epithet of kings, E 663 ; heroes, I 623, 
Q 257, a 21, o 90; Odysseus's com- 
panions, ^ 571 ; nations, ^ 241, M 408 ; 
suitors, ^ 18 ; Penelope, X 117 ; Poly- 
phemos, a 70. p] 

iarri-Ovpov {yvprj), kqt — , opposite 
the entrance (out of doors), tt 159f. 

PI , 

AvTi-KXcia, daughter of AvroKvKog, 
wife of AakpTtig, X 85, o 358. 

"Avti-kXos, name of a Greek war- 
rior in the wooden horse, S 286. 

&vTi-Kpvs, &vTiKpv, ex adverso, 
opposite. — (1) coram, face to face 
with, E 130, 819, H 362; "EKTopog, 
310. — (2) straightforward, N 137; 
outright, utterly, H 116, 380, ^ 673, 
867, K 162; often joined with foil, 
prep., e. g. irapai, Sid, Kard, dvd ; also 
in compounds, e. g. Bdaxi, E 100 ; ^t- 
fiK9i, * 876, cf. A 481. [-->-, E 130, 
819.] [{;] 

*AvtC-Xoxos, son of Nierrwjo, A 457, 
N 554, n 320, N 93, O 569, E 565, y 
452, ^ 187. 

*AvT(-fi.axos, a Trojan, A 123., la'L, 
138, M 188. 

the moat insolent of the snilors, /3 B4, 
5r418,xa2,ui 424. 

Avriov, see avtios. 

"Arrl - inT), danghler of 'Ao-ujtuc, 
mother of 'Aiifiuv and Zijdoi;, \ 

At-rCof, 3. (ovri), itdverEQB, EH/ainsf, 
(DiDar(i»._(l) qXtft, r 463 ; r.vcit, X 
113; IT 160, 1'irif, look «;>.■— (2) with 
friendly intent, obviam (ire), (go) to 
meel, Z 54, P 257 ; nvi, H 20 ; Tivot, 
B ISS, A 594, * 539, v 14 ; larav, A 
535. — ^3) with hostile intent, contra, 
iffroffflfli, i\9uy, lyxi' dupov, iiiaaro, 
^Xas, T 445, A 94, 216, idiaaovtt, A 
SS3,P662); nyi.O 584,r 422; elsewh. 
Tivo;, e g. H 98,0 694, P 8, 31,% 90, 
Arrlof, adv., in oppotilian, against. — (1 ) 
in friendly signif., coram, before, in 
pretence of. p 529 ; answer, iru^o riva, 
r 203, /3 308, a 213 ; I^ev, etc., e 198, 
^ 165, rcvoc, I 218; ir 160, look i^; 
mridilrf, p 334 ; diiatrdai iruXauv, X 
195. — (2) in unfriendly signif., con- 
tra, rivoi', ling, A 230 ; I'ii/ai, E 266 ; 
Uffii', H 160. Simitar significalions 
has AvtCo, (1) coram, nvoc, F 425, o 
377. — (2) contra, agaaul, with verbs 
of combating, T 88, 80, 1 13, 333, X 253, 


iii-n-viCpcua {irifiav), adversa, the 
Unda lying oner against. B SSSf. 

dirri'irxw, J'lT-f'X"^ contra op- 
■ponite,o//poK.interpose l}Mea against 
arrows}, gen., x74t- 

iarn-Topia, aor. roff^nt, oerfo- 
ra re, only Sopoi', break w(o— 
pierce, JCpedc, E 337. 

orwrlra (rim), (Vya, talio, reqtdfal, 
vengeaaca, p SI ; cf. 76. 

'AWC-^inis, ao, (1) a Trojan, M 
191.— (2) son of MiXq/ittouc, o 242.— 
(3) king of the AatarpuyovE^, acc. -no, 
«1U. [a] 

4vTi-A«pCt«is, «!■; nvl, (n), niotc/i 
one^wZ/^ajBHisf, * 411. (*) 

&>-n-<^p«F9ai, measure one'i le^ 
in(A, ixaxf, E 701 ; with acc. of re- 
spect, * 482. (n 23S and II.) 

'At-rC-Aovoc, son of Priam, U 250t. 

'AW1-+0*, (1) a son of I'riam, A 
489, A 109.— (2) son of Aiyuirnnc, ^ 
19.---<3) 'IftMqmnc, p 68. — (4) son of 
taXai/ieviKi B 864 ; leader of Mpovic. 

-, K 267; 


-^5) son of BieaaXot, leader of Greek 

islanders, B 678, 'HpasXtiSt)!, 

hold, nth. (CM.) 

1v-toXa1 (rtUw). ortUB, 'Haioio, 
rising-places of the sun, /t 4^. 

aiTKr^OL, apivTj, ai, (dvra), only 
prea., ipf., ocourro, encounter, B 595, 
9 412; rii^X 203 ; join, Tivi, A 133; 
cotae together with hostile purpose, O 
698, n 788. 

£rraor, antrum, caw, t 216, w 6. 

AvTp»v, uvoc, town in Thcssalv, B 

Sv-r^i, j-os, ^. — (I) mefoi rim o/ 
shittd,Z 118; serving to bind together 
the layers ofmetal or leather, of which 
the shield was composed (see the cm). 
— (2) riw of chariot ; rim surrounding 
(TipiSpo/ioc) the lx>dy (fl^poc) of the 


trCvHt -tt, Ti, (avviu), accomjilxah- 
hmhI, SQCceBBUS; B 347, the/ will 
RCCompliBb DOthiDg ; S S44. 

krim (dvai), fuL -uffo,, -Ba(iT)(BftH. 
confLcere.— <l) nva,contume,ui 71. 
—(2) a 357, o 294. (ra«n-M; pro- 
{{c&re^effect (nothiog), A S6 ; mid., ir 

373. r ] 

1. ivia, ipf. flrov, Ci 
were coapleting, j 496. , , ^ 
rm, dvoiro, (Jraic lo a c^i>s«, K 251, £ 
4-s.j:.-i nasi. ] 

2. Cvat (ava), sorsnin, apiBards, \ 
S9S; po[ri>,lroiiidowasoutlit'picnr(&, 
L e. (a tAe mrauord; Q 544. [ — ] 

bwya (dyx« ?). pf- (imp. avuijfii, 
^tiyOiat und -MjirtUj ~imij(S( &nd -iit^frf, 
inf-wyf/i£v); plupf. ip>^ea (.3 sing. 
^Muyct and -iiv, dvwyEt), bIeo forms 
like pree. ipf. 'finiyu, -eTov ; qvcuyov, 
drvYof ; fuL ivitt^iti nor. iffoifrv, i u- 
bere, wmnuaid, camtr, like keXeiW, ^ 


Avyytv, ipf. from <ivo 

oniyw, see ai/wya, i 

tiv-io9fu onlj iiMo. 
Aaujni; >ADr«(J o^ from land, 

iv-mmi (oiu), necopinalo, hk- 
ex/iteled/y, S 92t. [r] 

iv-taurrov (iiu), i nopi Datum, un- 

mgiaed, ♦ 39t. 

iv-HVupM (uvo/iq). Bine nomine, 

&v'£pTa (opvufii), aor, intmesi, sur- 
!xll. arose.* 812,83. 
S,via-)iit, -01, -Ch, imp. from dvwya, 

^{lvi], oifi, 17, bipennis, tlouble bat- 
(is-aieof Trojans, 711. (See cm.) 

ofiot, 3, ( Syia X cDunler&iiincuij', 
eqaicaknt. rtWc, O 7 1 9. ♦ 562 ; lOflrtA 
a gift in refarn, npot, a 3 1 8 ; ejua/ in 
ttrength, 6 234 ! coi-responding lo one's 
station or reqairements.mtVa&lie, I 261, 
Z 46, N 446, V 383 ; laorHi, t 885 1 
^onc, 9 40S, jroXfoj. 

'Afl^, river in Fojonia. 4 1 41 . B 849. 

dante.ifenm/orfsf.A I55f. [ ] 

'AfvXot, eon of Tiidpas in 'Apiafiif, 

7. laf' 

«fe,E 8 

534. (II.) 

AoiSi^, ^ ("^oiSij, from dfiJui). — (1) 
cantus. aingiiHi, the poiner to ting. B 
595,N731,e44,a53j lotij.a 328, 159. 
421 I aoiS^c vprov, 9 429. siraiat of 
tie iardL— (2) carmen, nmg, ballad, 
alori/! thai losg men hear most will- 
ingly, a 351 ; moumtlil song, a 340 ; 
funeral lament, etegr. il 721 ; witb 
pregnant signif. «ong, mtiject far ving. 

■u 197, 200, 7 201, (v. L jrveiadai), 9 

ijiiStaM, -ovaa. (doilii), cqXdv, iirl 
rcnXjf, Gweeilj' tmgt, only t 227. ( SI. 

doiSlftoi, cantabileB, nAject for 
Sony, noloiiout, (lufames), Z SSSf. 

A-Olftdt, uC,(afii'fu),caTlt0r.nn9er 
(of funeral ode), Q 720 ; elsewh. tinger 
and poet, regarded with epecial favor 
by llie gods (9 43, 479, 487, p 518, av- 
ToSiiaKTOQ, X 347 ; e. g. *^^ioc, iijpd- 
tosot), hence 0tioc, p 385, 479, sqq., 
and highly honored. 

i-oUfe, io. (oo-, f<,\X, jaeo.), con- 
ferti, crowded together, in throngs, E 
498,0 306; cunctl,N3g,7 165,4)2; 
&itatai, all together, y 446. 

(loXXifu, only Bar.aiiXuTmiy-aaBaa, 
and pass. &oXXta4T|vav, Siiiiivai (h'dX- 
Xt£c), congregare, collect, Z 270, O 
588. (II.) 

4op, opoc, rd, (fliipiu, dafop, Eng- 
lish sword), gladios, aicord,'m form 
=5i><Jt, 9 403, 406, 1 294, 321 ; ace. 
pL, aopne,fl222, [--i ---.inarsi 
— .] t^eut.) 

&a|>n{p, 4pa, etc, masc. (a'ifpu, 
dafopT.), balteas, eaord-beU = r»XQ- 
/«i» (see cut), \ 609; A Si , doprr/pia- 
aiv, tciih hookt or hatuUei ; of itrop on 
wallel, r 438, 

&-o<T<n|Tifp, wo, fC, ac, masc. (so- 
in battU, 254 ; ^Iper, j 1 65, ^ 1 1 9. 

S-ovTSr (ovrdcii), noD percasGDm, 
tawounded, S 536f. 

n'lr-ayyfXXu, onlj ipf. tv«YYA- 
Xicnu, and 1 aor., rcnuntio, report, 
tI, I 626 ; bring tidings, nvt, P 640, o 


-•Youni', ftiL -aiiu, aor. -l]yayov, 
icere, lead away; always wiih 
obj., OJtC. 278, bring inth them 

fiDin their own eetatet; always with 
irs. subj., exc. 706. 
Av - uip^pnw, iroXioc mSiavti, 
idipum petentem. withdrawing 

from the city, and stekiiig the plain, • 

W-olwTD, ipf., also (affcfoi'nrrnt, 
o,cf. li 419) onlj pres.and ipf.. ad i- 
ere, take awag. rob, A 582, O 535, /i 
.9; re ntor.pSaaCv. IflVu/iiipiroi), 

N 262. 

'A'niir^, Trojan town,B 8281; see 

&ir-at{at (o/ffmu), tpiipvBu, desili- 
II s. springing down fiom a crag, • 


iir - aiTCtmntt, res repeientea, 

reclaiming,!^ 1V.\. 

^■w-iilMLkxt, -01, (aX(^), imp. and opt. 

2 aor.,arcere, uwd off, I 766, X 348, 

Arir4£Xa|LVD9 (frnXo/jfj), sine pal- 
m i B. BDl knoming hoic to swim, helplete, 
B597t. m 

&T-aX(|^irtiv, -^anr/ii. Tut. and aor. 
opt., arcere, hqa off, nv& rime, 
371 ; p 364, but not even thus could 
she keep some one from maliciously in- 
suiting him. cT. p 462. 

i-ir^Mowrftiv, 3 du. fat., cXno, 
ehall they be healed of their wounds, 6 

air-nXoraw, A^r- i|XaCT|<nrv, ^yjH^t 
contudil penitns, cnithed nlterlj, 
il 522t. 

i-irfiXit, 3. tener, (emJCT-, ^H/rq, D^x^ 
VOQ, i/rop, Trapuauiv (roSii, T 92, of 
'Aoj, as ^(pcJolTir, like the 'Epivit), 
XiTpuf. 9 151 : aTTokiv yckdaoi, heart- 
il,, i 465. 

jw&Xa-Tp(^b<,0iaXDia,bene sagi- 

Aw' A|iij(TiLVTn (ofiiiui), after havaig 
cut (hacked) oj?;f301t. 

dit-ap^paTHv, see a^fioprovu. 

&w-a|MiP<l|Hvot, and ipf. -iro (former 
ifith irpa(r<0i), latter with ^vrioiv ri), 
respondens, ansiceria^, A 84, J B24, 
e 400, X 347. 

&ir-a|u(p*Tiu, T, 1, for dTroaivvTat, 
p 322t. 

A 67, (3 59), act. and mid. ; and ipf. 




dirfifiWiv, arcere, ward off^ raid, de- 
fend one's selfy \ 579, O 738 ; rtva, de- 
fend ones self against, Q 369, n 72. 

&ir-avaCvo|iaty only aor. -rivijvavrOf 
-avrivaaOaij recusare, decline, refitse^ 
only H 185, «r 297. 

&v-avcv^(v), (1) procnl, far 
away, K 434; ict<tfi/, A 35 ; out from it, 
T 374. — (2) separatim, opar^, k 524, 
K 425. — (3) with gen., sine, toithotd 
the knowledge, A 549 ; far from, A 48, t 
36 ; follg. its gen., ftaxiyc, A 283. 

airdvTi^ (iinaQ), quoquoversus, 
oil every side, II. and 278. 

Air-^vv<rav {dvvut), pervenerunt, 
accomplished the journey home again, 

n 326t. 

a-ira| (<ra-, iray^i/ac), semel, once, 
/i22; oncefor an, 350. (Od.) 

dw-apaoau}, only aor. dm^potcv, and 
in tmesi opajcv, detruncare, «moto 
to the earth, Si 497. (IL) 

&ir-apc<nrfluj^(u (a'pcfficcu), recon- 
ciliare sibi, that a king should con- 
ciliate a man, T 183t. 

ikTT - apxo|fcai, -ap^afjiivog, sacra 
ordiri, to begin the sacred rites by 
catting off hair from the forehead of 
the victim, y 446. 

a-va«, -ircUro, -iriv, uni versus, 
entire, all; pi., cuncti, all together; o 
158, nothing but kindness; 8 616, ar- 
gento solid um. of massive siher; ^ 
196, ii» a year and a day. (The trisyl- 
labic forms scarcely found, exc. at end 
of line.) 

&-iraoT09 (rraaoafitvoQ), non pas- 
tus, not having eaten, fasting, with i^i}- 
Tvog, carens, without food, cf. S 788. 

aTT-dravj, fut. -anfcrw, aor. &trdTV|- 
«rf(v) (nir-). fallo, cfeceiw, d 348. [a] 

&ir-aTCp6€, seorsim, apcart, B 587; 
far from, £ 445. [a] 

dirdrri, i^c^ d o 1 u s, deceit, A 1 68 ; pi. 
fallaciae, tricib, O 31. [d] 

diran^XAo, ntr. fallacia, only ^ 
127, ftatn, speaks falsely to her, and 
288, skilled in deceit. 

&ir&Ti|X6v, f al 1 ax, deceitful, A 526f . 


&ir-ip*C|M|in (arlfinio), prorsus 
contempsit, ^ea%tnm/te(2, N llSf. 

dir-avpdiu (cogn. with Pepvut ?), only 
ipf. dmifupttyv, as, a, fut -oif>i^<rov(ri, 
q. v., aor. part. dirotSpos, eripere, 
west moay, A 356 ; ri, I 107 ; nvi tl, 


V 132, y 192, (9t;/i6v, P 236, 4> 296) ; 
rti'a n, P 125, *" 291, 560, (duiiov, Y 
290); not rivoQ n, A 430 (but gen. 
absoL), T 88, a 273, I 107; see also 


&ir&^C«ncffi., and 2 aor. rjiraf^, mid. 
airi^oiTo, ludificari, delude, begwHe, 
only A 217, ^216. [aTr] 

air-^i/irc, see dir-tl'Trov. 

&ir-^cpYc, see diro-kpyut. 

diir€iX]cis, e(r£, fut. -i7(ra>, ipf. air»- 
\r]Tr]v. — (1) minari, threaten, nvi, 
diriiXciQ, N 220, n 201 ; pvQov, A 388 ; 
with inf., A 161, 415, O 179.-^2) 
gloriari, boast, 150; with inf., 9 
383. — (3) vovere, utter a vow, rwi, ^ 
863,872. [--] 

dirciXaC, cuav, ac, minae, threats, 
I 244, N 219 ; then iactantia, boasts 
ing, S 479, n 200. 

^irciXiiriipcs, iactatores, boasters^ 
H 96t. 

1. air-cb|fci, subj. -lyoi, ipf. -Iiji/, . 
-iffav, fut -ktfoirai, -foouTai ; often in 
tmesi, abesse, be far from, rivog, r 
169 ; rooaov, as far away, e 400; doup- 
TivfKtc, as far as a spear is cast; be 
absent, wanting, Y 7, (t 146. 

2. air-€i|&i, imp. -lOi, part -iwv, ipf. 
liu, abire, go away, p 478; ai//, K 

&ir*€iirov(/^e7rcj, voco), ind. also oVI- 
/^eiTre, -PetTru) (subj.), -Fi'nrotpi (opt), 
-.^«7r(€) (imp.), 'fmrfiv (inf.), -Ftnrwv 
(part.), and without /^ ; i»- mruiv^ etc. 
— (1) jpeoA; <««< (fully), cfefirer, an errand, 
TT 340 ; a mission, H 416 ; the truth, 
^l' 361 ; pvOov dTrrjXiytiog, speak out 
regardless of feelings, a 373. — (2_) ne- 
gare, *«yno, A 515. 1 510 and 675. — 
(3) r e n u n t i a r e, git^e solemn warning, 
Tivi^ a 91 ; prjviv, T 35, 75, renounce. 

*AircipaCT|, she who comes from 
Apeira, 'AircCpriOcv ('Hireipog ?), rj 8, 

d-^cipc(rtT|v, 01, a I, and a-ircpcurtO} 

ntr. pi. (irspag, Treipara), infinitus, 
boundless, infinite, vast, troWoi, r 174; 
yatav, ri^i'iv, diroiva, itSva. 

a-ircipT|Tos {TTupdofiai), imperitus, 
unskillful, opp. *r siSutg, /3 170; non 
tentatus, untried, P 41. 

a - ircCptros (ttc I'paro), i n f i n i t u s, 
boundless^ k 195f. 

&-ircip(i>v, -ovog, (iriipaTa\ \tvfvw\- 
tus, immeasurahle^ Q 545 \ endUw^ n 

386 ; Imiioi, in ahkh At tad cm not 
Jbmd, indiiioluble, U 34IJ. 

lili silis,/orsre(aftos(«*er,<u3a4t- 
A-irAftpov (n-A^Ouc V), im m (' a sa I 

iiiensum quantum, sprang back 
eaarisoudyfar, A 364. 

AiT'^jii^rmv {iitkio), aor,, e v o m u 1 1» 
jft-i mrf, 3 437t. 

dv-ciinf imvTa, see dico-pint', 

Mf<if» iivapa), h-e ivrta, ipf., 
Bpuliabaiit, tofre dttpnUitg, rird, 
only M I9S, O 343. 

&w-ivtiMnt, wr, aor. from diroipcpui, 

i^-4w\m, ipf. from diroirAiuui, na- 
ampiiaioe, see aVdfiio/iiv, infini- 

6.11-tpvKa, -£w, Hrcere, lonrrf ojf, 
•RiT>« oida^. rivd ; also in tmesi, Q 1 56. 

tm'tBiirai {Ipiu}, Imcsjs , detra- 
bere.(«arqif;n34t. [S] 

po aaaa, Tiv6s, ^ 136, SJ 766 ; leave, Q 
514 (tmesis). 

Lic-tptnii (ifiui^). ei 
fAwarter, amtiAUaior, tfiwv 
36 If. 

&ir-tptflj<nuLt (epuiu), Opt, aor, iro- 
XJ^ou, cicccderes. woulilsl tliou mi 
embly wilkdravjjroia battle, n 723t- 

i«-T|Xry/w (nXfi'iu), diroiiirtii' fw- 
9ov, spuuk uat in'riout icntpie, unlj a 
373, 1 309. 

i.-w^fMimr (iriifiaivu), incolo- 
mem, uaiajured, r ^SSf. 

4ir-ifpiPpoTin', aor. from djiaiiap- 

ie-ir^^Mr, oMc. Wfijt sine dam- 
no. — (1) fortunatus, lofi, tmiiarmed, 
A 415. I 4C, ^ 519, V 3M, N 744.— (2) 
proBper,/iiro™^,ttBdi[s,oSpof, t(266; 
speech, escort, jMij^u^ 5 164. 

A*ii"l. lit, piaustnim, jVs^ 
leagm, tunruhceleil, U 334; with l«ut- 
liiie cover. Z 70 ; not tinlike the B[>- 
manraeda. (See cut) 

unfcimi'B, orlj- y 81 

&ir-(xfla£p«i only S 105, fioi iiirvav, 
raaiei hatefid; and aoi'. snbj. drf- 
xe^pw.oderim.Anfe, P 415. 

&T-(x6av(at, 2 sing,, aor. -q^diro, 
inf, -fveioeoi (tVic). o<lisse, ia(e, ir 
114, cf. 96; elsenh. udio case, be 
Imied, Ttvi, A 53, L 140. I 614, 4< 83. 

Jur-^w, -o^ini, fnt. dfiCcu, -Ofiai, 
aVoOK^o-H, aor. -oxp, -»j£tuvrm. ipf. 
Eyo vro, prohibere. itcffi aifqsi, hold off. 
n, Tiva nvos (nW. a 19). T 572 ; an 
enemj, Z 96; X 324 (Iniesi) ; Ktlfinc 
(ao also mid. tmesi, ;t 316). A 97,vS63: 
itit vTtiav, o 33; mill., hold oae't self 
aho/from, rivAi:, M 248, S 35, S 78, 
206; abStinere. aiil^Bn, i 211; par- 
Cere, ^are, /t 321, r 489. 

. fVom dravaivofiai, 
340 ! diifioc, 94 ; i-6og. n 35 ; pOBot, 

4ir-i)ij(»iiiv, aor. from 

4w-^poi{fl'(ipu),procQl penden- 
tes, A'j^.^an^n^(fMiSBenithBn^ upon 
one of the roots which project from the 

d-Tn9iui, only fut.. and aor. 1 4irf- 
Oi)<r(, irnv (w,!9ai). adversari, dimbrs, 
only with oit and ofio", x <92. 

. (JT, 





&irCi|t, iZ — y^*Vii from a remote 
land, A 270, x 18. [-'>-'-] 

*AiruroMiv, ovoc. — (1) 'Itrrraaidrjgf a 
Greek, P 348. — (2) fpavmddric, a Tro- 
jan, A 582. 

&-irCoTCOv, ipf. (drrtarogy ov tror — , 
desperavi, wets doubting^ v 339t. 

a-vurrot (TTiaroj,-), sine fide, (1) 
faithless, F 106.— (2) incredulous, k 

air-urxc = a^«X*> ^^ atroy, X 

&irXot8o«, ace. pi. (airXooc)) "X^^aivaQ, 
tm^ cloak or mantle, 1. e. to be 
wrapped only once around the body, 
onljr O 230, ut 276. 

. a-irvcvoTos (ttvIw), sine spiritu, 
breathless, e 456t. 

&ir6, ab, prep, with gen., after its 
case drro, K 525; freq. with words to 
which the (orig. instr.) suflBx -0t is ap- 
pended, A 374, 351, 44, 6 3t0, O 313, 
K 347, n 246, Q 268 ; also with words 
having suffix -div ; very freq. in tmesi, 
in which case the compound word 
must be sought (e. g. 11 82 under dtpai- 
piiv). — (1) from starting-point, out, 
away, O 610, 714, Z 472, £ 13, A 645 ; 
dv ovdiOQ, M 448, cf. *" 730 ; fight, 
•tc., from, i. e. o», dtp* 'iinrujv, dirb 
vfStv, O 386, t 49 ; fasten to (cf pen- 
dere a), \ 278; air ai&voq vkoq wAfo, 
depart yVom life (cf. recens a), Q 725 ; 
dvb ^ avTov, from the meal to some- 
thing else, immediately after, O 54 (no 
Other examples of temporal use). — (2) 
separation, away from, from, Q 514, 1 
437, A 535, Y 278, K 465, 575, N 640, 
n 436, 733 ; olov air', 364 ; after 
iKTog, K 151, outside of; votnfuv, E 
322; TTjXf, e 315. — (3) remoteness : /ar 
from, K 525 ; dir' "Apyeog, N 227 ; air' 
ovarog, X 454 ; out of my hearing, dir' 
6^9a\fjiafv, e conspectu, ^ 53; dirb 
OKoirov oifS* a. do^rjg, contrary to our 
intention and meaning, X 344; a. Ovfiov 
tivai, odio esse; Ovfibg (^xtr dirb 
luKkiav, N 672, cf. H 131. n 861, P 17, 
354.— (4) origin : out of, from, M 97; 
r 163, for thou didst not spring from 
an ancient oak nor from a rock, so 
also converse speaking from a tree or 
a rock (as shepherd with shepherdess), 
X. 126 ; icaXXog dirb xnpiriov,from the 
Graces (as source) ; /x 187, dirb arofxa- 
Tuv oira, out of our mouth; M 306, 

from his swift hand ; 9 279, sending 
destruction from his strong bow ; dirb 
oirovdijg, in earnest, H 359. [>-'^; 
w — before avtvpfjg, Ppiov.'] 

iiro - aiwf&cu = diraivvfiai, a d i- 

diro-aip^oiAcu {Patptuj ?) = d^atpk- 
ofjLai, adiniere. 

airo-Paivw, fut. '(Srjffofiai, aor. -ipriv, 
3 sing. -tfSriffaro and -aero, abire, go 
away, irpbg fioKpov 'OXvfiirov, U 468, 
etc. ; dismount, i^ 'iirirwv iiri xOova, T 
265, cf. A 619 ; iiri x^ovi, Q 459 ; Vtt- 
irtov, P 480 ; disembark, vrjog, i/ 281 ; 
forsake, trxf^irig, € 357. 

airo-pdXXu, aor. inf. -ftaXsuv, only 
in tmesi, abicere, ^row off, ri, B 183, 

^ 100; x^t*^^'> * SI » X"/""^*C» T 63; 
n 793, cast dovm from his (roij) head 
{Kparvg) the helmet; SaKpv irapfiwv, 
let tears fall from his cheeks, d 198; 
vrjag ig ir(vrov,pU8h off to sea, S 359. 

&ir<$-pXT|Tov, -a, (j8dXXu>), contem- 
n end us, only found with ovroi, not to 
be despised, B 361 and F 65. 

iiro pXv(««v, e b u 1 1 i e n s, letting spirt 
out of the mouth, olvov, I 49 If. 

&iro-Pp(£avTCS (fiplKio, jSapvc), con- 
niventes, havir^ fallen asleep, t 151 
and fi 7. 

diro-yuiucrgSy aor. subj., (yi;ia), de- 
bilites, shouldst unnerve, Z 265f> 

iLTTo-yv^LviiiBivra (yvfivou)), /i a da- 
tum armis, (^t^armec?, (c 301f. 

dito-daiu), only fut. &<iroSda<rof&ai, 
and aor. "inf. -ddaaatjOai — rivi rwog, 
only X 118, Q 595, and P 231, ijfjiiau 
T<fi hvapuiv, p a r t i r i, share, 

kirh 8cv8((r<rcTO, deterruit, yh^^^ 
enedback, M 52 f. 

&iro-8cipo-TOf&iij<rb>, fut, aor. -tStipO' 
rofiTjffa (rf/ii'w), iugulare, slaughter, 
men, 2 336, ^ 22 ; sheep, X 35. 

dir-cS^faro, aor. from -dexofxai, re- 
cepit, occcp/j A 95t. 

dir 0-6 id pa aKu), diro-Spds, aor. part. 
{6i6pa(TKu)), qui aufugit, escape by 
stealth, {h) vrjog, only (tt 65) p 516. 

&'iro-8i8ci>fi.i, fut. -doxTofAiv, aor. 
-sSwx' (= K«), 3 sing. subj. -Stpffi, opt. 
-6olrey inf. -Sovvai (tmesis -Boiiivai), 
opt. aor. pass., -SoBfiri, redd ere, deliver 
up, r 285, E 651, H 84, x 58, 61 ; re- 
store, A 98, 2 499, (3 78,9 SIS ; roKev- 
ai Gpeirrpa, requite parents for one's 




&iro-8Cwf&ab (^iu>), 9ubj., extarbem, 
drive out of, E 763t. [t] 

diro-Soxp^o'o^ (po-xjioii})^ aor. part., 
inflexam ponere, avxkva, h&nd to 
one side, i 372f. 

ctTTO-dpaSf see dTrodiSpdoKijj, qui 

&xo-8pv<^i9 opt., aor. 3 sing. -Spv^e, 
subj. Spifipuitn, aor. pass. -^pv^9tij 3 pi. 
'kdpv<l>9tv, cutem lacerare, stripped 
the muscles /roTO the shoulder, n 324; 
rivd, p 480 ; e 426, then would* his 
skin (ace. of respect) have been stripped 
oj^^cf. 435. [v] 

h.'tro-Bvvoi, ipf. -cSvvc, exuit, ^r«<0 

off, X ^^^'t ^ ^^ ^ ^^^' P^^* ^'^^~ 
di!>g; but fut. -Svout and aor. -kdvoa, 
rtvti, nudare, strip off, B 261 ; spoli- 
are, despoil of, A 532, 2 83; also in 

dTTo-Svcraiiuvog, e 849, better reading 

&tro-8(^<rt} aor. subj. from dnodiduifu, 

aird-ciKC (PeiKui), imp., recede, re- 
tire Jrom, KsXtvOov, r 406t. 

aTTO-tiirov, see dir-etirov. 

diro - ^PY&Oc» and -ffpyaQt ipf., 
{fspyoj), separavit, Ae/rf aloof from, 
Tivog, $ 599; removtd from, <p 221; 
also in tmesi. 

&iro-ip7<a, ipf. -€£py€, (Pspyai), also in 
tmesi, separare, feep au^e/y from; 
TivoQ, e 325, \ 503 : drive away, i2 238. 

a'ir<S-cpo'c,aor.,sabj.-£p<Ty, opt. 'iptreu, 
{fepffe, Pkpptii\ abripuit, had washed 
one away, Z 348. (II.) 

iir-cOaviitOcre, aor., (Oavfid^ut), de- 
mirata est, wondered at, with ace, ^ 

dir^coTos (dfiffffaffdat), spretus, 
despised, p 296t. 

airo-Ovi^aKuv, part., pf. 'TtOvriwrog, 
moribundus, ea^Ttrtn^, \424; X432, 

^vo-Opuoicuv, part., in tmesi, 3 pi. 
ipf. dpSxTKov, part. aor. Oopovng, Bo- 
povffu, e X s i 1 i o, spring up, \j/ 32 ; ^ring 
doum from, vriog, B 702 ; vivpfjtpi, fly 
from the string, 314; rise, a 58. 

airo-dvf&Xa (0t»/io<,-), ntr., in grata, 
things displeasir^, offense, SJ 261 f. [f»] 

dTr-oiKt^io, only aor. dir<pKiac, de- 
dux it, transferred, /x 135f. 

a - iroivfi, u)v, (iroiin)), p o e n a e, 
m u 1 c t a, flne, recompense, satisfaction, 

T 138; esp. ransom, A 13; rivoCt for 
any one, A 111, Q 137. (D.) 

aV-oi<ru), see diro^epat, auferam. 

&ir-o(xo|Mu, only prs., go away; 
Twog, deserere, abandon, A 408, T 
342; -ocxo^^^^^? digi*essus, absens, 
^ 8, 70. 

dir-cKoiwro, ipf., superavit, ex* 
celled, only 9 127,219. 

dxo-Kaiw, only 3 sing. opt. aor. ici(«u 
(in tmesi), comburat, consume, 4» 336f . 

&irb iKairvcnrcv, aor. from Karrvitt, 
efflavit, gasped forth her life 
(swooned), X 467t. [a] 

drro-Keipui, only aor. (f)K4pcr€ (in 
tmesi), and -c/cciparo, diss ecu it, cut 
^trough, N 546; totondit, sheareid his 
hair, ^141. (II.) 

diro-mi^oxivTc, du. part, aor., {KnSsu), 
negligentes, through your negligence^ 

"^ 413t. 

diro-(cri/£ft>,only aor. iter. •Kivifownccj 
subj. -KivfjfTwai, amovebat. moved 
away, A 636 and x 1^7, dislodge, rivd 

&iro-KX(vavT(&, aor. part., (KXivia)^ 
dWy, deflectentem, turn off, inter- 
preting differently, r 556t. p] 

diro-KiS^iv, fut., and aor. -6icoi//a, 
(icoTTroi), also in tmesi, abscindo, cu< 
off, A 146, * 455, t 325; H 474, cut 
loose the out-running horse, i e. the 
reins by which he drew. 

air - cK^o-^ov, ipf., auferebant, 
clear off, r/ 232t. 

d'lr-cKpiff&aa'c, aor., (Kpffidvvvfit), in- 
flexuit, feirfroop, ^ 879t. 

&iro-Kpiv6ivT€, du. part. aor. pass., 
(Kpivijj), separati, i. e. parted from the 
throng, E 12t. 

&irHlKpin|rcv, aor., inf. -Kpvipai, oc- 
cultare. Atc^, A 718; deny, conceal, p 
286 ; shelter, save, 2 465. 

axO'KTdfi.€v(ai), aor. inf., see follow- 
ing word. 

airo-KTcCvu, 1 aor. -(KTHVi, usually 2 
aor. -€<cravf, -iKrap.iv, -sKTavov, subj. 
-Krdjrg, inf. -icra/ie v(rtt) , i n t e r i m o, ktiif 
I 271; slaughter, p, 301; with pass, 
signif. 2 aor. mid. 'SKraro, -KTdp,ivog, 
interemtus, P 472, A 494,^ 775. 

air-^Xafjurc, -era, ipf, resplende- 
bat, shone forth resplendent, Z 295, (T 
298, T 381; X 319, flashed back (the 
splendor from the spear-point). 

diro-XcCPcrai (Xa/jw), destillat, 




irickies off (from the closely woven 
linen), y; 107t. 

diiro-XiCirovoxv, ipf. "hKufr^v^ rel i n- 
qnere (with Qvli)^qwJt^ M 169; have 
Ofoer^ I 292, (I 437, tmesis, remain he- 

&iro-Xet|;^|Acv, fat. inf, (Xc7rb>), de- 
trunc are, lit. jperf off^ cut o^, v. 1. diro- 

KO\l/Bfl€V, $ 455f. 

air-oXi<rKffTO) aor. iter., from dtroX- 
XvjUf peri bat. 

aor. subj. -(X)Aj7^j/tN -*^<^t» opt. -(\)\fiK- 
uav (A r/ycu), desistere, odamlon, cea«e, 
rivog, H 263, i/ 151, /i 224; with part., 
r 166 ; vanishes, Z 149. 

&iro-Xix|'>'^<rovTai, fut. mid., (XixficiiOj 
lig>urio), delambent,/}cib ojf (blood 
from wound), * 123t. 

ivo-XXi^tciSy sec dirdXfiyutf desis- 

&ir-6XXv|ii, fat. -oXEotrta, aor. -cf^Xfcra, 
L perdere. — (1) loae, warkpa, troaiVj 
Qvfwv, pioTOv, /3 46, ^ 814, K 452, /3 49. 
— {2) annihilate, kill, destroy, E 758, 
648. II. 'oXXvfiai, aor. -uiXofiriv {-oXov- 
ro), iter. -oXetrKiro, pf. -oXwXjv, per ire. 
— {I ) 6« &*«, disappear, 8 62, X 586, 556, 
p 263.— (2) perish (opp. (raiaOrivai, O 
502), I 230, ^ 81 ; oXt'^py, oXe.9pov, 
fiooov, y 87, i 303. 

Air<SXXctfv, (uvog, son of Ztvg and 
Ai/ra>, brother of 'AprefiiQ, like her, 
bringing death, see dyavog ; god of the 
sun and of light, $ot/3oc, AvKrjysvffQ ; 
of prophecy (his oracle in UvOw, 9 
79), A 72, 9 483 ; of music, A 603 (yet 
not known to Homer as fiovtrayfTTjg, 
leader of the Muses); of poesy; of 
youth, r 86 ; guardian of flocks and 
herds ; epithets, dKepasKofirig, dtprjTopog, 
BiiptXogy iKarri^oXog, sKarog, iKrjjSoXog, 
iKaepyog, ii\iog^ Xaotrtroog, Traiqutv, "xpv- 
caopov, ^juivOevg, ^oXjSog, 

diro-Xovo^, aor. subj., opt. 'Xovmiav, 
(Xovw), abluere, wash off, fij 7; nvd 
n, 2 345 ; mid. fut. -Xovaoiiai, aor. 
•aatrOai, ri, vxish from off one's self, 
fofWiiVfZ 219. 

4iro-Xv|Miiv€or6ai, ipf. -iXvuaivovro, 
(Xvfiaivoj), sordes abluere, cleanse 
one^s self by bathing, A 313 sq. (II.) 

&iro-Xv|fcavTTJpa, ace, -tg nom. pi., 
^Vfiaivio), dainiv, purgator, one who 
dears off the tables by devouring the 
fngment8,pkUe4icker, p 220 and 377. 

&xo-Xii(ro|iiCV, fut, aor. -eXvos (Xv(Tt\ 
mid. fut •■Xv(T6ni9a, aor. -Xvadfiivo^ 
(Xvuj), solvere. — (1) undo, y 392; 
Tivdgt loose from, <J> 46, fjt 421.---(2) re- 
lease, A 95, for ransom (II.). — (3) mid. 
Tivd xpvoov^ ransom with gold, X 50; 
loosen from one's self untie, « 349. [v] 

&tro-f&T|v£(rci, fut., aor. part '/xTjviong, 
(jiriviio), succensere,6e angry, ir 378 ; 
nvi, B 772. [7] 

&x-Cf&vt]0'avTo, aor., (intpvfioKm), 
therefore they have remembered (repaid) 
him, Q 428t. 

&ir-«Sf&w and -vi, -vov, ipf., aor. tjpo' 
(TO, (ofivvni), iureiurando renun- 
tiare, su>ear no^ to do; opKov^ k 381. 

iir* &|i^fryw, ipf, and -o^op^aro,-^a- 
fuvto, aor. mid., {^fiopywfjLi), abster- 
gere, trtpe off, E 798; rivog, E 416 ; 
icipe clean, S 414; mid. wipe any thing 
off from one's self, B 269, ^ 739 ; wipe 
one's self clean of any thing, o 200. 

ax-€|Jiv0c6p.T|v, ipf., (jiv9koiJ,ai), dis- 
suasi, (earnestly) dissuaded, I 109t. 

dirnSvaio, -ovaiaro, see dirovivrfpi. 

&xo-i/at(ii, only aor. subj. -vdccrctftri, 
and aor. mid. -cvaovaro; 11 86, re- 
mittant domum. send away; mid. 
demigraverat, MJJ^Mraw to, o 254. 

iiro-v^uvrai, pres. subj., inf. 'veeiT9ai 
^_ ^ s_, _J ipf -viovTo, r ed i r e, return, 
go home, re 467 ; with irpori, tTri (tg) 
with ace, -Sf, TraXifiirereg, d^poppoi 

dw-<JvT|o {-ovijro), 'ovrjfiivog, see 
diTovivripLi, frui. 

axo-v((ovTcs» •'ovaa, part, pres., ipf. 
-iviZ,ovTo, and aor. imp. -vii^aTi, part. 
-viy^javng, -vi\paixe.vri, -oi. from pres. 
-vCirrcaOai, abluere, wash off, rivd, r 
317 ; ri, H 425, w 189 ; t^JrtsA clean, 4/ 
75 ; mid. toash off from one's self, K 572 : 
wash one's self clean, o 172, 179. x 478. 

aiT'Ovivrifii, only fut. mid., -ovt}<rcTai, 
aor. -6vT|TO (opt. -6vaw, part, -o^n^fu- 
vog), perfrui, have enjoyment, prnft, 
advantage, tt 120; rivog, to 30, O 556 ; 
ovd', nihil profecit 

^iro-vCirrcoOai, -vti//arf, etc., see 
d7ro-vi(^ovreg, abluere. 

&iro-vo(m^<rciv, fut.,(i'0(Tr£a>), always 
after ai//, rediturura esse, return, A 
60, w 471. 

Air^ or oiro v6a^i{v) (should always 
be written. separaXeVj'), (V) %fe^«k.x^- 

kirh lictrc 



tim, apart, B 233; procul, avHxyy A 
555, O 548, <T 268, e 350.— (2) after its 
object, rtvoc, procul, A 541, c. 113, /li 
33 (o 529); cf. voatpiv dtru, K 416, O 

airh l|c<rc (K^it)\ aor., &h 8 cidity cut 
{Vit. shaved) of , E 8lt. 

ax-o|vvovcri, and aor. inf. -o^vifat, 
praeacuere, biing to a point, make 
taper, ^ 269, i 326 (v. 1. diro'^vaai, 
smooth off). 

airo-|v<ra« (Kvio), aor. part., expo- 
liens, smoothitig off (wrinkles), I 446t. 
(inf 'Kvaai v. 1., i 326.) [v] 

&'iro-'irairT&vcovcn., tut., (vairraivu))^ 
terga dabunt, will turn inflight, ^ 


airiS-vavc, imp., fut. -Travffci, aor. 
'ktravaaQ, -f, -av, reprimo, keep off, 
Tivd, 2 267; rt, check, hinder, T 119; 
rivog, repress, A 323 ; from any thing, 
$ 340; with ace. and inf., fi 126, er 
1 14 ; mid. -iravcai, imp. -eo, fut. -cro/Ltai, 
desisto, desist, 4> 372, E 288; tivoq, 
from something, a 340, A 422, 11 721, 
6 473. 

4iro - ir^^xo), inf. -Trc/xTrf/icfv, ipf, 
fut. air- and aTro-frsjixpH, etc., 1 aor. 
-l7r£/ii//a, dimittere, «end away, ^ 
108, p 76 ; send off, * 452, o 83, i// 23, 
/3 113; dismiss, c 146, 161 ; strangers 
with escort, k 65, 73, w 285. 

airo-ir^o-Qcrt, aor. subj., from -TriTrrw, 

aTro-TrkTofxai, only follg. forms from 
2 aor. -eTrrafiTiv : dx^ cirraTO, -Trrd- 
fifvog, f}, avolavit, jfett? away, aiTow, 
dream ; life, Bvixoq, (of animals), n 469, 
c 163, r 454 ; i/^x^> (o^ men), \ 222. 

Air-^iriiTTov, ipf.,-7rf<Ty(Ti, subj. 2 aor., 
(TTiVroi), decldo, ^W dotm, only 5* 
351,^ 129. 

4ir6 xXd^ct, in tmesi, pres. only a 
75, Trarpidog, keeps him away from; 
elsewh. only aor. pass, -f 7rXrtyx^»?C» etc., 
he driven from one^s course, 9 573 ; with 
gen. 382, c 259 ('9ev\ p, 285; rebound, 
X 291, N 578, 592. 

&iro-xXc£civ, inf, ipf. -kirKHov: 
(TrXsPtM}), navibus proficisci, sail 
away, 1 418, 501. 

&xo>iTXij(a«, aor. part, (vXriaou)), 
detruncare, sti'ike off, k 440f. 

dxo-irXvvcoicc, ipf iter., (ttXwvo)), d i- 
1 u e b a t, was washing clean, ^ 95t. [i>] 

dir-^irXu) (7rX(i>a>, wXkfm), ipf., a vec- i 

t a e s t, had sailed away fiom, ydi^Q, ( 

&iro-xvciO>v, ov(ra(aC), part., {irvkPia), 
exhalans, breathing forth, life, fire, 
smell, d 406. 

&iro-iTp<S, TToXXor, FT 660, /9ir atoaj^ ; 
rvrdbv a. vtwv, H 334, not far from. 

&iro-xpo-aipea>,only -cXuVjfa^e awajf 
//'ow M;Aaf /*e« before, p 457t. 

&iro-xpo^KC, aor. from airo'irpo' 
iTjpt, delegavit. 

&x<S-irpo6cv, procul, (from) far 
aivay, orfiTe, ^218; p 408, the house 
would hold him aloof. 

diriS-xpoSi, procul, yar away, ^ 

a.tro'irpO'iript, part. -tcCs and aor. 
-iTjKe, delegavit. sent away, 4 26 ; shot 
forth, X 82; let fa,U, x 327. [- — 

airo'irpo-Tspvuf, only aor. part 
-rajJLuv, desecans, cu^ off from, with 
gen., 475t. 

diro-wrdiicvos, aor. part, from Triro- 
pai, avolans. 

diro-irTO€t, 3 sing, and part, pres., 
(irrvuj), exsputare, spit forth, ^ 781 ; 
dash forth, A 426. [v] 

d-x<Sp6if)Tos (Tropyiw), non excisa, 
iio< destroyed, M 1 1 f . 

dx-opvvp.cvov, part., profectum, 
having set out from, AvKirjOiv, E 105+. 

dir opovcrc, -oav, aor., {opovui), also 
in tmesi, d e s i 1 i i t. sprang aioay, E 297, 
P 483 ; rebounded, 4> 593 ; sprang down, 

diro-ppaCcrci and -ppaXaai, fut. and 
inf aor., (paiio), eripere, wrest away 
from, a 404. 

dirb ^{c, 'pprf^ag, aor. ind. and part., 
(Ppriyvvpi), a b r u p i t, brecde off, shatter, 
Z 507, n 587 ; hinges. M 459. 

dir-cppCYOOX, for PiFpiyaoi, pf , (Fpi- 
ykiti), perhorren t, shrink from, /3 52t. 

dirb ^ppit(rc, diro-ppl\l/ai, -ppixf/nvra 
1 aor., (fpi-rrTU)), excutere, pirf oj?^ /ay 
a>side (anger), 1517; veil, X 406. 

diro-ppitf| {PsPptDya, fpfiyvvfii), 
branch (of the Styx), k 514; morsel 
(of Nectar), i 359; as adj. -ppwycsy 
steep, V 98f . 

dir-^oxrvTo, -laovpiOa, aor. mid., 
(atiiuj), se p ror i pu i t, AMrrierf azray, i 
396 ; diiijuorog, Z 390. 

dir-ctTK^ScMFfv, 'OKkdaaov, tmesis. 




indie, and imp. aor., {vKiSiivwiii)^ pro- 
pulit, scattered^ \ 385; disinused, T 
309. [w_www] 

&'iro-oicC8vao6ai {<TKidvri}it\ digre- 
di, dwperse, >Ir 4t. 

&iro-<ncv8|jiaivc, imp.. (jjKvSfiaivu)), 
he iandignatU at, rivi, Q 65 f. 

&iro-<nr^8(dV, part., (atrkv^ui), li- 
hvLii s^pouring out a libiUion, y 394. (Od.) 

diro-oTaS^y and -a, adv., (ffradii]), 
only O 556, ^ 143, standitiff/ar away. 

4iro-<rrcCxwv, part, pres., and aor. 
-iffnx^y imp. aToffrtx^i abscedere, 
go away, \ 132, A 522. 

airo-<rrCXpovTC9, pres. part, niten- 
te s, gUaming with oil, with gen. , y 408 f. 

&iro-aTp^t|fOKTas> fut. part., -arpi- 
iJNuncc, aor, iter., -4'y<Ti» -i//avrf((,*)» 
((rrp€0fci), aver to, ^<m^ 6acA, hands and 
feet, X 173; tuitnng about, y 162; turn 
back in flighi, O 62 ; roli hack, \ 597 ; 
ncall, K 355. 

dir-coTv^Xi^cv, 'Kav, aor., ((Trv<ps- 
Xi^uf), retnd it, forced hack, U 703; 2 
158, Tivog. 

&iro-ox^i)X(iKn., aor. subj., -atpriXeii, 
opt., (<r0«A\w), ab err are faciat, 
cause to drift away, y 320 ; lead them 
astray from object of their labor, cause 
them to fail of the result of their toil 
(through the death of Menelaos), E 567. 

&iro-ox^(r6<u, aor. inf., see drrexio, 

&ir^ tayia'€v ((rx'^<^)« d i s c i d i t, split 
off, split in sunder, 6 507 f. 

&iro-ra/Ltva», ipf. -irafivf (in tmesi: 
rofivi, 1 aor. rdfjie, subj. rdfAytri, opt. 
rdfioi), pres. mid. -rafivofxevou, deci- 
dere, cut off, cut open; throats, r 292, 
X 328 ; thread, "^ 867 ; reins, halter, 
e 87 ; CM/ off for one's self, X 347. 

&'iro«TT|Xov, procul, far away, i 

ikjeo-riBTjfit, only aor. -i9v|Ka (also in 
tmesis), and aor. mid. Oiro (tmesis), and 
inf. -ffetrOai, deponere, put away^ lay 
off, gaiments and weapons, esp. freq. in 
mid., habit of fault-finding, E 492. 

airo-Tivv|jicvoi, part, pres., ipf. -eri- 
rvro, (n vw), rivd nvog, u 1 c i s c i pro, 
take vengeance for, (5 73, 11 398. [r^] 

airo-rCvctv, -efiiv; -irov, imp., -W- 
vwv; fut. 'TtatiQ, aor. -kriuE, etc., inf. 
-nerai, sol v er e, />ay hack, Tifiqv, m u 1 c- 
tam, a fine, F 286 ; pay, ^ 487 ; atone 
/or, X 271, * 899, y 195, avv fitydX^t 

A 161, 1 512, x: 168, 1/ 193 ; Z 93, atone 
for slaying and despoiling Patro- 
klos ; make good, A 128, I 634, /3 132 ; 
recompense, B 186, x 235 ; mid. -rC- 
cro^ai, etc. fut, aor. -erfcraro, avenge 
one's self upon, punish, ulcisci, ri, K 
118, V 386 ; iroivi)v trdpiov, exact sat- 
isfaction for his companions, >// 312. 

airo-T^iJYOvo'i, aor. opt. -rfxrj^Eit, 
part. -Tfin^ag, abscind ere, cut off, 
sever, 2 34, A 146, k 440; fig. cut off, 
intercept, K 364, A 468; plough, tear 
(hill-sides), 11 390. 

a-iroT^oS) infortunatus, ill- 
starred, Q 388 ; sup. 'OTaroc, a 219. 

airo-TpcircTw, imp. prs., fut. 'rps\l/iig, 
aor. -BTpaTTt, a v e r t e r e, turn away from, 
rivd Tipog, M 249, Y 256, 109; redu- 
cer e, turn hack, A 758 ; scare back, O 
276 ; mid. aor. -crpdircro, etc., turn 
one's self away, M 329 ; dirb vo(T<pi, 
turn away the face, e 350 ; turn about, 
K 200. 

diro-Tp^tlrovo-i, fut., (rpi/3w), dete- 
rentur, many footstools, thrown from 
both sides about his head, as he is made 
a target of throughout the house (gen. 
absol. of part), (as they slip down) 
shdl/ ruh off his ribs: coarse jest of 
goatherd Melantheus, p 232t. 

diriJ - Tpovos ( TpsTTu) ), r e m o t u s, 
(live) retired, ^ 372t. 

diro-rponrwcrt, subj. 'UtfjiH^ (-Tputirdu)), 
avertere, drive back, Y 119; forbid, 
IT 405; mid. -rpitnrdaQt, imp., -erpot- 
TTwj/ro, ipf., rivog, tergiversamini, 
turn the hack upon, delay about; with 
inf., shrink from, 2 585. 

ax-ovpaS) aor. part, from diravpdut, 

air-ovpi{crov(n, fut, eripient (-aw- 
pdto), or air-ovpurcrovcn, amovebunt 
terminos (ovpog), remove the boundary 
«<one« = intrude upon his fields, X 489f. 

&iro-0£pai, only fut. -oCcfctov, -oinnv, 
aor. -h'HKnc, -av, aufero, carry home, 
TT 360 ; bear back, E 257 ; drive away 
(at sea), £J 255 ; bring back, K 337. 

&ir($-<|»T||jii, and aor. mid. imp. -^aaOe, 
pronuntio, diTiKpv, I say it to thy 
face, H 362 ; deliver this message, I 422. 

air-^<)>6i6cv, 3 pi. aor. pass., ((pQ'na), 
p e r i c r u n t, only in interpolated versetf 
of Od., c UO. 

iktro^BUa 50 


643 ; Ovfiov, 11 540, p e r d a n t, lose Ufe, 

diro-^O^o), p e r d o, prs. pass. opt. -(jiOi- 
piyv, imp. -<p9i(T9(t)t part. -^OifAsvov, -oio, 
-ov, -ri ; mid. aor. with pass, signif. 
-€00iro, aor. pass. 3 pi. '(J)<^Bl9iv, ;// 331 
(and interpolation, t 110); perire, 
perish^ dXeOptpj in destruction, o 268, T 
322, u) 88; mortua, o 357; occisi, 
S 499. 

4iro - (tMaXi099 -ot, -a, {<l>{nay (fxog), 
sine fetu, notun5^ec2 trt^ off^rin^ 
is intercourse with the gods, A 249 ; 
=d<}>vrf<; (non-Homeric), unfruitful, i. e. 
ttimlesSj fooUshf c 182 ; unseemly , I 212; 
vacantly 177. 

iLjeo-xoi€o, imp. prs., (xa^o/uat), re- 
cede a, go away from, rivof, X 95. 

4iri X<vcv, for tx^Pev, aor., (from 
X6w), excussit, threw doum from the 
table, only ^ 20, 85. 

^iro-^X^^^*^ (;//i;Xa)), part., ex spi- 
rant em, yatn^n^, u> 348; elsewh. ihpiSj, 
with ipf. mid. -€x|n5xovTo, were kiting 
the sweat dry off" from their garments, 
and pass. -^l^xOiit;, having cooled off. 

4ir-vc|j.\|rci, fut. from aTroTrsfirrtjj, 

a-irpT|icTov, -ovQj ace, (ttjojjo-ctw), ir- 
ritum, endless, B 121, 376 ; with or 
against which nothing can be done, hope- 
less, ificurahle, fx 223, /3 79 ; active, un- 
successful, S 221. 

a-irpXaTT|v (Trpiajiat), adv., gratis, 
without money /for nothing, ^ 317 ; with- 
Ota purchase, A 99. [d] 

a-vporC-fMUTTos {'fiaiofiai), intac ta, 
undefiled, T 263t. 

a-trT€pos {irsrofiai), itrXtro fivBoc, 
Ttvi, non excidit, nor did the word 
escape her, she perceived its sense, p 57. 
(Od.) ^ 

A^irrfiox, dat. pi., (-Trrijv), im plu mi- 
bus. Mn/fe(/^crf, I 32i3t. 

a-irTO-dr^S (irroa, Trroif w, CTrof ), au- 
dacter loquens, rash - speaking, 

a-irT<$Xc^os, -ov, -ovg, imbellis, 
unwarlike, B 201. (II.) 

UTTTU), only aor. part. at|ras, aptans, 
making fast, 408; axl/apn'rj diro, sus- 
pending a noose on high upon, X 278 ; 
elsewh. only mid. prs. airrcoOai, ipf. 
ijirrero, fut. uxl/eoQai, aor. ij\l/aro, axj^n- 
eOriVf etc., cUng to^ tivoq, TL 9; hit, 

strike, 67, P 631 ; touch, clasp, tivoq, 
T 344 (also with double gen., r 348); 
esp. with yovvfiiv, yfveiov (suppli- 
care), A 512, 500, Q 357; l ay hold o f, 
339, B 152 ; clasp, d 522 -,lay hands 
on, nvoc, /3 423 T~ ta^ hold o f in eating, d 
60, K 379 ; r 28=8its at my table ; sc 
trvpoQ, take fire , t 379 ; aor. pass. 
kdipBrj, iTri,feU after, sank tqwn him, N 

&-mipYbrr<$v (vvpyog), imm unitam, 
unfortified, X 264t. 

o-^iriipov, -iwQ, (ttSjo), kettle or tripod, 
not yet placed over the fire, ^ 267, 1 122. 


d-irvpwTov (irwjo), ignis expertem, 
watouched by fire = atrvpov, >Ir 270f . [v] 

a-irvoTos (Trvdoiiivog), (l)ignotui', 
unknown, a 242.--(2) ignarus, tmtn- 
formed of, tivoq, d 675. (Od.) 

atr-ioOku), only fut. -wna (inf. -criftei/), 
aor. -utae, etc., mid. fut. -totriai, etc., aor. 
•^aaro, repellere,/>u«A 6ac^, 12 446, 
X 76; cflw< off, 280, /3 130, Y 489; 
drive from one's course (at sea), t 81, of. 

V 276 ; tear away, E 308 ; tivoq, drive 
avxiyfrom, 96 ; mid. drive away from 
one's se(/* (enemies), 206, O 503 ; dis- 
lodge, push aside, a 270, 533, Q 508. 

apfl^ before consonants ap, enclitic 
pa, always postpositive, (dpapuv), orig. 
adv. containing the idea of being firmly 
fixed, denotes, as conjunction, a natural 
inference from what precedes, now, now 
then, no doubt, exactly, therefore, then, — 
(I) of what is fixed by decree of fate, 
esp. in phrase oi/d' dp e/txeXXev, d 107, 
X 553, V 293, i Alb, K 336, M 3 ; B 419, 
X 139 ; ^ 670, 5 605.— (2) of what ex- 
perience has tauo-ht to regard as fixed, 

V 209, TT 420, E 532.— (3) often joined 
with causal conjs., ydp pa, A 113, 236; 
kirti pa, o 390, a 263 ; on pa, because 
you know, A 56. — (4) €ir' doa. if najnely, 
A 65 ; ei' fjirj dpa, unless indeed, Z 75, i// 
242. — (5) recapitulating, with demon- 
stratives, jwecwe/y, to wit, B 482, r 153, 
A 405; uiQ dpa, 163, A 428, 684, T 
13, H 7 ; with TovvtKa, IvQiv, tots, 
TfffjioQ, etc. ; with relatives, H 1 S2just the 
one which, K 449, v 106, Z 131 ; oq pa, 
who, you see = since he. — (6) with 
weakened force, without doubt, ncUural- 
ly, of course, surely, A 46, 56; dr 
dpa, A 65, cf. 93 ; in questions, tiq t 
dp, a 346; A 8 ; Kar dp' 'i^trOf A 68 ; 


in first member of antithetical period, 
followed by ds : fisv pa, B 1 ; ^' dpa, 
then in due course, A 471; oiS' dfja, 
A 330 ; avTdp dpa, B 103. — (7) denot- 
ing a subtle, inherent sequence of 
thought, often untranslatable, H 360, B 
433.— -(8) dpa, pa, following participles, 
458. V 380; sometimes doubled, tt 
213. [ww] 

dpdpt|<rc (dpafiiuf), aor., di rtvxt ^^r' 
avTif, his armor rang around him, u) 
625. [d] 

ap&po« hSwrtitv, chattering of teeth, 
K 375t. 

'Apai6vp^, town in Argos, B 571 f. 

opati^, etc., adj. fem., tenuis, thin, 
tltender, k 90, 11 161 ; legs of Hephais- 
tos, S 411 ; deikate, £ 425. [d] 

iiparaiy etc., prs. _ ]4 
{•^OfAai), inf. dprifJie' 
vai, X 322; ipf. r/pdh' 
firjv, dro, fut. -qairai, 
aor. ripriaaro, -avro^ 
etc., precari. — (1) 
pray, jj 1 ; TroWd, 
fervently, Baip.omv, 
dOavdrouri, "Travrtom 
Otolai (see cut, for at- 
titude) ; iv\Ofikvr},, tm- 
ploring, supplicating, 
Z 304, I 567 ; griev- 
ing sore, with inf., "^^ 
209; with ace. and inf, d 827.-— (2) 
wish, long for, with inf.. N 286, A 143, 
a 366 ; call down upon, 'Epiin^g, curse, /3 
135 ; with ace. and inf., r 533. 

ofxipurKc, I. ipf, I aor. djoerc (with 
imp., inf., part.), 2 aor. iipops, dpapov, 
(artare), coniungo,^ together, raf- 
ters, ^712;^ tq>on, ri rivt, \ 23 ; close, 
/3 353; /3 289, seal up in jars; M 105, 
formed themselves in close array with 
their shields; build (put together) a 
wall with stones, 11 212; par are 
(dpTvu)) yipag, A 136; Onvarov Kai 
Kfjpa, TT 169 ; Ovfxov iSutSy, satisfy. — II. 
pf. dpTjpF, (part. dpTjpwc, dpdpvia, etc.), 
plnpf. dptfpei, (2 aor. rjpaptt/, dpapov, 
but only 11 214, S 111), and 3 pi. aor. 
pass. d|O0ev,and part. aor. mid. dopsvog, 
artari, be closely joined together, of 
ranks, O 618, n 211; of jars standing 
close together against wall, /3 342 ; close 
UghUy, 1 475,3' 42, S 275; with dat.: 
joined together with or of (metal plates, 
O 530; palisades, M 56; paved with 

51 ''Apyos 

flags, ^; 267); lie close upon, ft, T 338, 
2 600, f 234 (also with prep., a 378); 
please, S 77.7 ; holdfast to, € 361 ; ftted 
to, c 254 ; K 265, with tv ; be provided 
tCT<J, A 31, E 744, S 181,^ 70, ic 553. 

&papov, aor., dpapvla, pf part., see 

apacrorcv, ipf, com pegit, drove home 
and made fast, e 248 f. 

&pdxvia, ra, aranea, spider's toeb, 
only e 280, v 35. 

&P7olX^os, t/, ov, ( piyiov ? ), a r- 
duus, impossible, difficult, A 589, M 63, 
/3 244 : also in pers. constr., A 589, d 
397 ; d i f f i c i 1 i s, difficult to manage, 
shocking, violent, K 107, P 385, O 10, A 
812, \ 400. 

*ApYcd8T)s, Ilo\vnri\og, 11 417 f. 

Apycios, r/, ov,inhabitant of "Apyoc • 
freq. in pi. as collective designation of 
Greeks, B 159, A 79, F 286, 99. 

*ApYci-<)>5vTr)S {apyf(^a)iy loc. from 
dpyrje, and ^avrrjg from 0aiva>). he who 
appears in brightness (of lightning), 
swift messenger^ epith. of E^ftjjff, a pop- 
ular (mistaken) etymology seems to 
have been the origin of the myth of 
the Argos-slayer, B 103. 

apYcwdcov, -tDv,-y(rt,-yCi(from dpy^- 
avdtjjv), candid us, white, V 198, 141. 

dpYccrroo Ndroio, only A 306, 4> 334, 
r a p i d i, rapid. 

dpyijss iJTog, (also -sti, era, dat. ace), 
dazzling white, bright; of linen, fat, 
lightning, r 419. 

dpyi-K^pavvc, voc, (^Kepavvog) ful- 
mcn coruscumgerens, wielder of 
the dazzling thunderbolt, 1 121; ful- 
m i n a t o r, thunderer, T 1 6. (II.) 

dp7iv($cvTa, ace, c a n d i d u m , gleam- 
ing ; epith. of town in Kreta, because 
of chalk cliffs near it, only B 647, 656. 

dpylHSSovTOS, etc., (j-ohovg,), white- 
toothed, epith, of dogs and swine. 

ap7C-Tro8as,acc.,SM'j/^/bo<e(/,Q 21 1 f. 

"ApYwro-o, Thessalian town, B 7 38 J. 

apYp.&Ta, ra, (dpxeoOai), consecrated 
pieces of fiesh burned at beginning of 
sacrifice, ^ 446t. 

'"Apyos, 6, name of the faithful hound 
of Odysseus, p 292 f. 

''ApY0S9 iog, ntr. — (1) town on river 
Inachos in Argolis, domain of Diome- 
des, 224, 108, Z 224, S 119, y 180, 
B 559 ; i7r7r6/3orov, o 239, 274.— (2) in 
wider sense, realm of A^atTXi^\v\\i<iiTV'*^'^ 




dwelt in Mvkene, B 108, 115, A 30, I 
22, O 30, N 379, y 263, A 171.— (3) 
probably, the entire Peloponnesos, d 
174; 'Axot'tKoii, y 251; tTTTro/Soroio, Z 
152; so often joined with 'EWa^a, 
which latter word then designates 
Northern Greece ; cf. 'laaovy <t 246. — 
(4) neXatryiKoVy domain of Achilleus, 
B 681, Q 437, ut 37, Z 456, valley and 
plain of river Peneios. — (5) in widest 
sense, the whole of Greece, M 70, N 
227, SJ 70 ; also 'AxauKoVj iTrTro/Soroio, 
B 287, 1 246, 8 99 ; iro\virupt{t, O 372. 
Not all passages admit of satisfactory 
explanation, e. g. H 363, 5 562. 

dpYTJv, oi, ouc, tohite, o 161, ^30; 
swift (with and without Trooac), icvvec, 
A50,)3 11. 

"ApvoirSc = tic 'Apyog. 

apyvpcosy «»;, fov, (apyupoc), argen- 
t e u «, of silver ^ 8 615 ; tW lirf or adoTmed 
with sil'-er, K 727, A 219. [»;] 

&pVupo-8(vT)99 (Sivrf), silver-eddying^ 
of rivei-s, B 753. (II.) [t] 

4pYup($-TiXos> »?Xov, ov, (^Xoc), 
adorned toUh silver studs or ^;»o6«, sUver- 
studdid; Kifpog, OpovoQy (jtaoyavov^ B 45, 
fl 162, S 405. 

ApYup6-irc5a(-7r€5ja), silver- in white- 
ness)/oo<ec/, Glnc, A 538. (11. a a> 92.) 

£pYupos, ov, 6, (apyot;), argentum, 
silver, B 857, »// 200. 

4pYup($-To(os9 hearing the silver how, 
'ATToWtuv; also subst., A 37. 

dpYv-<t>cov (apv<it,*> 0a-)> ntr., dazzling- 
white, e 230. [v] 

apYu-<|>ov, a = dpyvipeovy ntr. S 50, 
ic 85. 

*ApY«S (lit. swift), ship of Argonauts, 
/i 70. 

4p8|j.($S9 -01, aquatio, watering- 
place, V 247. 

apci][j (apa), minis, hg threats, P 
431. (U.) 

*Apc9ov(n|, i:p^vi7 in Ithaka, v 408f . 

apciov, r6t;^og, see follg. word. 

dpciwv, ace. sing, -bhh and -dova, 
nom. pi. -tiovQ, -lioviQj ntr. apciov, 
(apapfti/), compact, Tsixog, A 407, T 33 ; 
fortis, ( 48; then, surpassing, prae- 
stans, ^ 588,/3 277; /i 277, opp. ica- 
Kiovg, V 133, opp. xiipova. [a] 

*Apc(wv, name of horse of 'ASprioTog 
at siege of QhfSrf, ^ 346. 

a-pcKTov (pktoj)^ infectum, unac- 
complished, T 150f. 

ap^s, voc, (from dpiig, apc-iwv), 
hrave one, restore in £ 31, 455. 

apteral, -^crao^ai, see dpioKta. 

4p^(r6ai, inf. aor. from dpvvfjiai, 

apkoKu}, only dp^<rat, inf. 1 aor., 
make amends ; also fut. mid. apc(rar<S|i.c9ay 
and aor. dpfoodoOut, -ooaoOai, appease, 
Tiim-, reconciliare, dtopoig, etc. 

apCT^ -uKTi, thrive, only 329, r 

'Aprrdwv, a Trojan, Z 31t. 

apcnij, rjg, {dpeiutv), praestantia, 
excellence, of whatever sort, T 41 1,**^ 
276 ; superiority, accomplishment, S 725, 
(T 251, O 642, T 242 ; capac^y, prowess, 
^ 212, ^ 571 ; virtus, B 535, N 237, 
239; «ibftf, p 322; success, v 45, ff 
133 ; prosperity, K 402. 

dptrrjra, conjecture for dSporrjra. 

&pi{, ^c, preces, (1) prayer, 8 767. 
— (2) imprecatio, curse {dphmv, I 
566), p 496 ; destruction, M 334 ; with 
Xotydv, O 489 ; calamity, % 208. [^ — ; 
in arsi ] 

apTiai, aor. subj. from dppvfiai, 

dpi^yia, fut. -lu), (dpKiov^ aXjc^), o pi- 
tula ri, Tivi, aid, A 77. (II.) [a] 

apt|Ywv, -ovig, fem., (n^p^yw), helper, 
E511 and A 7. [a] 

dpTii-Ofktfy (apT^c, Ooog), sivift in battle, 
valiant, 6 298. (II.) 

*ApT|C-Ooos, (1) KopvvfjTTig, son of 
MfV€(T^ioc from Boituria, H 10, 137.— 
(2) OfpdTTuiv of 'PiyAtof, T 487. 

apTii-KTap.^(p, in pugna caeso, 
slain in hattle, X 72. 

*Api|£-XvK0S9 (1) father of UpoOori- 
vu>p, S 451.— (2) a Trojan, 11 308. 

4pi4tos (dpTig), warlike, martial, B 
698, y 220 ; rtvxia, tvrta, of weapons, 
armor, Z 340, K 407. 

&pT|i-<|>aTOi, ovg, {(psvio), in pugna 
c a e s i. slain, X 41 , T 31 . [i] 

apT|C-<^iXos,-ov, -01, Marti gratns, 
loved by Ares, vnliarU, \Q9. (II.) p] 

aprjiicvai, inf. from dpdofiai, preca- 
tus esse. 

&pT|)jicvos, -ov, overcome, hurdened, 2! 
435, <r 53. - . — __ 

dprjv, see dpvog. 

dpT|pop.^os, pf. pass, from dpdu), 

*Api{vT), town subject to Nlor(i>p, B 
591, A 723. 




"A^nis, -ijog, -jjV , -rja, -rfv (also -tog, 
'6t, and -6i), voc. ^Ap^c (see cifjsc), god 
of war and of the tumult of conflict, E 
890 sqq. ; son of Ztvg and "Hpri, 
brother of 'Epif, father of ^dfjiog and 
^ufioQ ; common epithets, dWorrpotraX' 
\og, OLTog TToXc/iiOio, lipoToXoiyogj dtivog 
kwaXiog, 9o(fy Oovpogf /juanpovogf ofipi- 
fiog, raXavpivbv TroKifAiarriVj x^^^^^y 
etc. ; his favorite abode, N 301 sqq., 9 
361 ; his size, E 860 ; cf. £ 385, 9 267 
sqq. ; brave heroes are called o^og or 
QipdirovTtg 'Apriog ; cf. foUg. 

£fn)99 originally the god 'Aprjg (cf. 
"EfpoKTTog'), then his element, the tu- 
mtUtofbcUtle, d^bv dptia iyeipuvy B 440; 
ivvdyuVf B 381 ; (psptiv TroXvdaicpvVy 
r 132 ; ipiSa, etc. 

ap^trB€y subj. aor. from dpvvfiai, 

*A(>ifnr|, daughter of 'Pfy|i7vw|0, wife 
of 'AXKivoog, r] 54, v 66. (Od.) [a] 

&fn)Ti{p, rjpog^ a, {apdonai\ one who 
praysy a priest^ All. [a] 

*Af>i|Ti.a8T|S9 Nc(7o^, TT 395. [d] 

oUpT|Tov (perh. from dPprjTov—dppri- 
rov^ cf. dpriicaf from fk'Pp7}Ka\ i n f a n- 
dum, unapeakabky P 37, Q 741 ; others 
interpret, accursed^ shocking, from dpd- 

"ApfifTOiy (1) son of NlcrrwjO, y 414. 
—(2) son of Ilpififiog, P 535. 

ap0cv, conferti sunt, 3 pi. aor. 
pass, from dpdpiaKi, 

&p6|j.i|(rovTc, part. aor. (dp9iJi€u))^ Iv 
)^iX677}n, halving been brought together 
(in combat), separated in friendship, 
H 302t. 

ap6|uoi (dpapiaK(jj\ coniuncti, 
aflterf, TT 427t. 

&pt- (apeifor), intensive, inseparable 
prefix, exceedingly y very, [a] 

*Api-d8vT|, Kovpri Mivutogy X 321, 2 

dpC-TVfttTos, »y, ov, recogmzable, N 72, 
^ 207: famose, = »7j^wnoi«, p 375 
(where >-'). 

dpi - 8€iK€T0«, UlustriotUy X 540; 
usually with gen. part. dvSpwVf \aCjpy 

&pi-{[T|Xos,i7,(^^Xoc), valde clarus, 
congpfcuoua, 2 519 ; ckar, shrilly 2 219 

(B 3 1 8, at^iyXov). ^ adv. .{ijXcds, 

dearly^ fi 453t. 

&p^|ii^(rw, fut. (ap{0/us(u), aor. -r^aag, 
pass. 'ti9rifjitvai, numerare, coz<7»^, 

reckon up; ^I'x^, (ftVK^e tnto <i0O eompo* 
niesy K 204. 

&piO|jk», -ov, numero, numbery X 
449. [d] 

*Ap(pu>is> fiV — , name of a region in 
KtXcicia, B 783t. [d l] 

&pt<^pcin^S9 ~HS conspicuouSy distin' 
guished; Z 477, TptotaaiVy among the 

'ApC<rPa«, avrof , father of AeiwicpiTogy 
P345t. [d] 

*ApCo"Pt|, town in Troia; 'Apialirf9avy 
ftvm Arisbe, B S3S. [«] 

dpurTcp<S9, 01/, sinister, left, iw 
dpi(Trtp«(-o0tj/,'N3O9), sinistrorsum, 
€ 277 ; foreboding ill, v 242. [d] 

apurrijos, gen., pi. -fjfgy nobilis, 
optimatcs, cA»c/5, O 489, H 73, o 28. 

apiOTCvciv, ipf. iter. dpiOTtmaKty ex- 
cellere, be the best or bravest, usually 
with inf. fidxio9aiy A 746 ; with gen. 
T.v6gy(jjL(9' rtfikagy d 652); with both 
gen. and inf., Z 460. 

apioTOV (fipi)y breakfast, tt 2, Q 124. 

apioTOSy riy ov, (dpdiovy dpi-), and 
wpioTos = dp,, optimus, the best, 
most excellent, most capable, bravest, first ; 
of things animate and inanimate; 
among, with gen. part., A 69 ; with ei» 
(with verbs), Z 7, O 296 ; with dat. of 
manner (or respect), I 54, 9 247, n 
419, V 297 ; with ace. of respect, F 
39, ^ 483, X 469, y 370, also followed 
by inf., 9 123; often intensified by 
advs., fiky, 6x\ t^ox, SiaKptdov (M 103, 
O 108), decidedly ; Zevg, Si 213, T 95, 
r303, N154; princeps, e. g. T 274, 
K 214, Z 209, I 3, (by birth, rank, or 
other title to honor) ; advantwj/eotts, I 
103, r 110. V 154 ; Z 56, troi — ttcttoiV/- 
rai^ honorable (indeed) has been their 
conduct toward thee ! [d] 

&pi-cr<|>aX^a, ace, ((x^dAXo/iat). !u- 
hrxcujn, slippery, the ground, p 196t. 

4pi-<|>pa8es and -f'd, ntr., {(ppd^ofiaC), 
very plain, eisy to recognize, rrfifia, horka, 
"¥ 240 ; adv.', (J>pa8€a>s = dpt^i7XaiCi v. 1. 
\// 225t. 

'ApKoScs, inhabitants of *ApKa8iTi, B 
611,603,inthePeloponnesos. (II.) [d] 

*ApKc(oxos» son of Zivg, father of 
*ApKCto'idSt)S9 i. e. Aakprrfg, tt 118, ui 
270. (Od.) 

'ApKccri-XaoSf leader of the Boc<iitqC^ 
B 495, 329. \;C\ 


(fpn'm, only ipf. ij 

aor. •,iu:tan,aiiK,,haTKKve. ieepoff,Twt . 
n,Z 16; «»-unwitT.,N440; Jiutru- 
n'lDarlpnUeel, nvi, ir 261. « l»l. I 

£|Klot, -ov. (d^iw), mffiiietU, K 304 ; 
BSya, ei nun erit u[j[)orlunita9, 
fhail have no furLher apportuiiilg Ui; 
certuin,0 502. 

fifUtTM, u and If, nTsas.hear. X6I1; 
1}, cunecellaliun of ibe Great Bear, or 

Cp|M^ OTut, rJ, (apaplaKiu), chariot, 
AynO/iov, iiSoov, iirpoxv. foi^. '"ti- 
vi\ov; usually in pl.,luiSa\ioirnf, iroi- 
jrXo x«^V (^tkinied with gold and eil> 
vcr. K 438). toKXnTouni- ; eep. var ciar- 
iol, drawn by horses, hence these often 
named willi il. E 199. S37, S 366; the 
Homeric cbariut differed in no essential 
respect from that in use centuries earlier 
by the Egyptians and by the Asiatics; 
ior deaciiption of si-parate parts, cf. 
dvrv^, d^Wt ptr/igff 'iarmp, irv^, iritr- 
Bairpa, iXS/ivat, icvij^Hj. iifpOf, Zvyi'iv 
(see cut No. 10, and tables I. and II.). 

"Apfio, village in Bu<u.ri'a, B 49St 

&(iJL&Ta -«i|Y^ ( jT^ycii/ii ), dvi)p. 

opfuvot, JUdag, part aor. mid. (dpo- 

p. pres. mid., aor. act ftp- 
ram ap/iatii, strlcdv.^ Ingether, 
r 333, the cuirass fiUed bim ft to- 
getker, bcama, ( 247 ; 162, unite them 
toBether ' 

. . ii,gen.dat.pL,(apfioe«), 
bandt, dabt, one side flat, the other 
carved ; serving lo bind Mother the 
raft see (i in cut, also it, incut No 35 
Also fig , bend, compact, \ 223 

ipnifc, u, aries.nni,r 197, i 444; 

,ith mv.t 527, S72. 

ApyttTot, etc., ipf. iipvtiro, aor. itp- 
vrjaaoGtn, {apviofifTtf, nefrare, recn- 
sare, (n-fptuc, ¥ 4! ; witAioU, 1, 345. 

kfvtvn\pt, dat.. {IpiBvdv), dmr, fi 
413 ; cf. n 747 sq. 

'Api^, town in Bouurio, H 9, B S07 
With initial f, B 507 ? 

apra, ace. sing., du. ■{, pi. regular, 
dat. only -Luaiv. gender comm. {fap^, 
r 3 1 0). ihtfp. latai, J 85. A 102. 

apw|uu, prea. ipf., aor. ijpaTo, -diif- 
' apnpijT',etc.,comparare,_^w- 
"oi'; geda, tXtoc, 
.. -. Mia (also gain 

for another, nvi, A 1 59. 1 303. & 95, IT 
84); also carry off' ai thare of booty, * 
592, 1 188; dvlpajpta.S 510; rrcrive, 
S 130 ; experiri, bJx upon oite'i idf, 
B 107, a 390; carry, as borUen. wjSc, 
T 347; ledang to gain, a 5, X 16a 

ipoIfii|v, etc., aor. opt. frotn Spwiuti. 
ipmnti 'i, (ap^cu), arva. aixiMc lomf, 
(134; ^iXn»'. ntiwooded. [d] 

apoT^p, ftpiCi arator,p£KJlA-raafl. Z 

ipiiTounv, arationibns. iji cufiica- 
(tOB, 1 12it. [d] 

iporpof , Tu. (rip,;uy),Br at ru m.picws*, 
Trtjjtrdi', firmly put together, N 703. 

Spttupo, IK, (earlh), ploagh-land, Z 
195, M 422, N 70" ; feld, K 7. + 599; 
groimd, P 115; £(i'iiupof, corn-bearing 
earth, 3 229 (used in altogether generd 
sense, cf. also r 993 — upon the earth). 
A8go<ldes6 = raTa, B548. [n] 

ipium (nfMHii, cf. obsolete Eng. ear, 
to plough),araat,pfot|;A, 1 108; &«|- 
po^Jvti, perf. pass,, aratae, £ 54S. [a] 

opir^Cu, fuL -5w, aor. vpjroio, ^p- 
Toof, Ctc.rapio,™*, cany o/, S 319, 
N 528 ! rfroio out, 11 814 ; carry off. i> 
250 ; 


ipiriLX^wr, engerlg loi^hf (gains), S 
164; a^na\it>i,greedils,S 110. (Od.) 

'ApiriXiui', son of UvXaifit^i;, N 

apiTT], unknown bird of prey, perh. 
falcat, T 360t. 

apTTviai, rapaces, fitaichere. ^^t- 
sonificil5tomi-fri«£r,hy whom those who 
have mysteriously disnppcared are con- 




ceived of as borne atoaiy (not the Har- 
pies, Monsters, of later myths), a 241. 

a-ppf|icTO« {-f piyicroc, Fpiiyvvfii), in- 
dissfMtblej Jirm, with dXvrog, N 360; 9 
275, indestructible. 

i-pf»t|To« (Ppfirog, ver-bum, Eng. 
word), unspoken, | 466 ; wupeakable, 
see dpriTov. 

ap9t|v, tvoQ, mascalus, masculine^ 
male, 6 7, c 425. 

'ApffC-voos, father of 'EKa/x^^ij, of 
island Tivedog, A 626t. [i] 

'Af»T&K(t|, name of fountain in coun- 
try of AaitTTpvyoveg, k 108t. [t] 

&f»T€)Ua, -ktaai, ace. sing., dat. pi., 
incolumis, «q/e anc{ sound, £ 515, v 

'ApTC|ii9, ayvii, iox^aipa, ypvoriXd- 
Karog, XP^^^'-^S* ')^v(T60povogf dypo- 
rkpri, KtXaduvri, daughter of Zsvg and 
AijTio, sister of 'AiroXXtov, death-god- 
dess (cf. oyavoc), intaminata vena- 
tri X, e 123, p 37 ; as huntress, haunting 
the mountains of Peloponnesos, ^ 102. 

&f»TX, prefix, statable, excellent, 

ijprrX-eir/\q (Pkirog), speaking exceUent- 
hf; fivButp, glib4ongued^ X 28 If. 

oprCa (apcLpioKi), suitable things, 9 
240 ; friendly, r 248. 

oprt-iros (ttowc), pedibus valens, 
strong or stoift of foot, V 505, 310. 

&pTi-<^puv, mente valens, tnteUi- 
gent {friendly), a> 261t. 

ofiTov, ovg, ace, wheaien bread, p 343, 
ffl20. (Od.) 

&pruvc» (apnog), fut. -wtovai^ aor. 
part, -vpag, mid. ipf. aor. riprvvaro, 
pass. aor. dprvvBrj, compono, paro, 
put in order, form in close array, M 43, 
86, O 303; prepare, a 277, K 469, w 
153; devise, X 366; pass.. A 216, the 
haJUle began ; mxA.^put in order for one's 
self arrange, S 782 ; jT^oce, B 55. 

&pTV€i, prs., ipf. ijprvt, (cf. dpTttvu)\ 
par are. S 771, v 242; make ready, 2 
379. [v^ 

*Apvpas9 a native of Sidon, o 426'f'. 

apxC'icoKovs, beginning mischief, £ 

*Apx^-Xoxos, son of 'AvTtjvutp, Si 

*Apxc-irT6Xc|M>«, *l<lnTi5ijg, charioteer 
of Ecrw/o, 128. 

SLpx€V€,'iLv, prea., (dpxog), nvi, dii- 
c e r e, command. (II.) 

^PX^ {^f'X*^\ initium, beginning, i^ 
dpxni:^ of old, a 188 ; ripog, 4, F 100, 
A 604; occasion, X 116. 

apx<^9 dux, leader, B 493, £ 39, 6 
162» J653, x48. 

apxw (and mid., but without pf , 
plupf., and pass.), I. active: praeire, 

(1) precede, A 495, T 420; lead the 
way, t 237; nvi, w 9. — (2) ducere, 
lead, P 262 ; nvi, B 805, E 592, ^ 230 ; 
nvog, B 494, M 93, jc 205 ; vrjutv, B 
576; nvi fidx^oBai, 11 65.— (3) reg- 
nare, rule, only Z 12. — II. act. (and 
mid.*), i n c i p e r e, i n i r e, commence, be- 
gin,— {\) with inf., B 84, 9 90*, H 324, 
<& 437. N 329; with dat. of interest, 
nvi, H 324*, I 93* ; esp. roiai dk , . . yjpx 
dyopevHV, A 571, /3 15 (also B 378 sc. 
finxilTaoBai ; ^ 428* sc. d)fjo9fTt7v), — 

(2) with gen., make a beginning with, be- 
gin, I 97, A 335, 142* (*« nvog, yp 

199*).— (3) nvi nvog, O 95, K 101*; 
common phrase, rote dpa fiv9wv vpx^* 
B 433, a 28, and toXoiv ^ . . . rjpx^ro 
fiv9i0V. (Od.) 

hi^wff[i y'h (^^9^7^)7 a u x i 1 i u m, help, 
aid, in battle or combat ; 4> 360, why 
should I concern myself with giving 
succor f (II.) [a] 

apory^s, -oi, -ovg, opitulator, help- 
er, advocate, in battle and before tribu- 
nal, o 232. [a] 

io'ai, (1) aor. from dm, satiare. 
— (2) aor. from ddtMi, obcaecare. 

cur(U|j.i, opt. aor. from du), satia- 

*A(nuos, a Greek, A 301f. 

a(r(i|Mv, aor. from iavut, dormivi- 
m u s. 
I otrofLivOoSy 7}, lab rum, bathing4ub 
^48. [a] 

ouraa^cu, aor. inf. from dtu, sa- 

I ouraro, aor. of ddu), obcaecare, 
I blind. 

I a-crPcoToSy 3. ((rfievinffii), unextin- 
guishable, fire, laughter ; unceasing, fiofj, 
K\kog, rj 333. 

curccrOai, fut. mid. from a(o, satiare. 

a - (n)p,dvTounv ( (rrffjin i vio ), sine 
due tore, without a shepherd or leader, 
K485t. [a] 

* Denotes that the form referred to is in mid. \oice. 



ia^ui, -an, (ai'irfliu), ikorl-dra 
brtalA. pfoUiag, O 1 :. (IL) 

Ad^iuifvMv (dodria), anbetaB 
pf^fi^ff^ ff'^^'tffi ^ iS2. (11.) 

pfmtwg^ ofupiR 


L of -. 

'Kalrn, in 'ApyoXi'c, B 560t. [a i] 

i-nviof, fice. pi. from -r(t,(a;wi/iai), 

illaesas, ttnmaktted, \ 110. (Od.) 

'AmiH, au, (I) SOD of Ai^pif, a Phr}'^- 

ianj brother of 'Eicd/3.(, n 717,— (2) 
son of "f pTOEOf from 'Apio^ij, ally of 
Trojans, M 95. 

Agrlc, roffffKV, situm, «iint<,4 321+. 

o-oiTof, sine cibo, mUiout/cod, I 

Air(^ iv Xci/iwt>(. tn <M Aiian mead- 
ow ; from Asia, a districD in Lydia, 
Jrom which tiie name was gradually es- 
lended to ihe whole conlinem, B 461. 

'AffVkXa^, son of 'Aptjc, leader of 

UTOvght, I 134. (Od.) 

'AmXiiTlaSnt = Mavduv, A SIM. 

(II.) w 

'AovXifiri^, Thessalian prince, a 

nous physician, father of n»Ja\iipu)c 

and Mnxiiuij', d 194. (II.) [ ^J\ 

painting), r 247 i 

1 Bithvn 

B 512. 

lake of same nnme, B Sbo, n jso. | 

'Amc^vloii (1) son of 'lirroriuiv, 

792.— (2) leader of the irpiyis, B SI 

4-<niiU<f,-^£,(»£X\u),tabe co 
fecli. mailed, c 463; ntr. and adv. 
ioviUut with alii, mceatm^y, T 

daiciu,3 sing. ipf. jftrKiir, aor. ■^nofm, 
etcpf. pass, ^rrnirai, worJ; out inrA aUU 
(iniJEar;, K 43S ; tmooth out, a 439. 

&-<r«|e^s, -t(C, (a<cd;»), incolu- 
m i 8, uninf areiJ, wucdlAeii, ^ 255. 

Sirfuvdt, ^ oi. ((aja, vFat-'), In- 
bens. ^fait, 1 63; S 106, it would 

' fn-d^D/iai, only ipf. ^^inr^ovTa, 

graw iuwani unej> x^P" i ^'- "■ ''^*' 
&-inraXpuv, part, ipf., mone emvattim- 

ls,macer, K 521 ; TroSiam, x 4'3, r 231. 
ftHTitapTa (flirtipiu), non sata, at- 


Inbens. joaful, t 397, to hit jag the 
gods have delivered him ; so also iwiro- 
<H-s,adv. [a] 

^339; t iW,agrearJulihiiy. 

o-fmpwtt (dirc(i/iu). sine prole, 
wiOuna ogipring, T 303t. 

i,-irwtff)iit (airrp\onai), nlr., stu- 
diose, eagerly, S 556 ; ptvfoii'Ui, be 
tdtanentiy enraged wilii. 

i.-trwrm, a, (('-(Tj-ir.), infandus, 
vmMeriMe, P 332 ; with vaAXd. A 704, 
I 75; enorTBOtt.^ ywui, T 61. 11 157; 
eemtleu, tmlimited, x *07, A H5 ; end- 
leti tupplia for hLs needs, c 424. 

itrwiSUirrat (ooiriJuiTtii'), scuta- 
tos.iAifJi^ieari'fl^, B 554 aiij n 167. 

iirvCt, iD»(', If, <A*eJt', (I) Ue great 
BBal shield, eomman epithets, apfi- 
j3ponj, TTo^ijKKlJc ; mofe than 2 ft. 
broad, 4j^ fi. high, and neighing ahont 
40 lbs. I Agaaiemnon's shield desuribed. 
A 32-40; It was carried over the left 
shoulder, Eustained byiherEXnpiH'Bnd 
by the jrcipirnf, or ring within the 
shield. — (2) tmallrrcirci^rehieliiinav- 
tvv Hfiij (see cm), with only two han- 
dles; or with one central handle for 

by rivets, which projected on the outer 
convex side of the shield; the head of 
the central rivet, larger than the rest, 
was (he iifi0aXe£. and was usuallv fash- 
ioned into die form of a head; instead 
of the plate above mentioned, concen- 
tric metal rings [twiuriiv, (vniiAai) 
were sometimes substituted. The rim 
of the shield was called dvruE, and 
(he cunvix surface bore some device 
analogous to our coat of arms. E 182, 
" "' cf. E 739. The shield of Achi!- 

e lai^c and 
uuna, ooes not exaelly correspond lo 
ither of the two aaitiliQ above de- 

iawvitiMi, gen. pl..(-ri(c), scuta- 
orum. »AiWrf-i(or«BS, A 90. (II.) [d] 

'A(rirXi|Bi£v> vvo^i a town in Boiwriu, 

may 1 at least not perish u 
£(it,X304. (II,) p] 


chat sort of, Ti\i-\. 
r Assyrian.)- [o] 

A-irTfix>i«"ny (from 
&(rn](ii!,). arislis, uUh 
ill eari of grain, B USf. 

ittg, 1 219; adv. -iait, S 

'AiTT^pbovj TO, a town 
in GfoonXio, B 735t. 

'AvTipU, an imagin- 
ary i^lni^d IS. of Ithaka, 

i e46t. 


and several for ibe hand (sec 
cnl No. 12) : it wa» of about half the 
size and weight of the larger diiric ; 
cf. description of Sarpedon's shield. M 
294 sqq. The shield consisted gener- 
ally of 4 to 7 layers of ox-hide (pii'ir. N 
804)! 'bese were covered by a moiol 
plate, and the whole was finnty united 



527 i rjKBigled [(ai 
ornament), n 134 and S 370, "' 
cut on follg. page, also No. 22.) 

'AirT(poireXo«, son of TliXayu 
leader of Ai'noi, M 103. * 179. 
AoTipoir^, t), i^iffitn^. (11.) 
&<mpoin|TVjt, 'OA/i^iTfof , fulmini 
lor.wiirfer^fJ^Mniiig, X^W. (JC) 

*0Ti^ -> 

pot, i«,.A«, d>l. pi. 


•:.g. Biriiu. E 5. X M; 

;.v93; EtellacideoE, 


4«T^ (*nT>, «to»i«, A 2« «wl • 

, , ni, (iBtra, emttel 

3ia ; aaiik toward (ho horiinn, 

l«Tv, tnc. (fnnni), hdbilaliont, n 3 ; 

eit^.e. g.'lfijipav, £mi£i. in urbcm. 

clOl; P I44,civilateiii etarhcin. 
■AoTv»Xoi,aTrfi>n.Z 291 ["] 
'Aim-^KJ, epithet conftirrcd hy 

TnijniiB. in honor of Heklor, upon 

St,nitavipioe, his wn, Z 403. 

Cbnytoitf Oe lilf, U 7011-. 

'j> T » r t» i , (I) «OD of nfMIUM), 

> Trojan. O 455t.-H>}> Tnix) lead«r, 
E144t. [O 

'A«t4Mx<»> motfacf of TX^wiki^aCt 
B 658-(. 

'A ll 1 B-J x s» nralher of 'AwcaXo^c 
and 'IfiA^awc. B 513t. 

'AoTV->«XDt, a raionian. * SOSf. 

iir*^i|XaT, Dtr., iiuallitg, I 647 and - 
Q767. M 

&-<r+kX^ <«^XXw) O.W. HOteifc, 
£ 49. = 4«4JUm, P 436; e 17), 
tUadiiy, mlhanlfatltrirg. 

'Aa^W*"! Bervanl of MfvtAiioc, J 
J16t. [,] 

i-ir^ap&yin', ri>v, (^piry^ Ty, wind- 
pipe, X 328i [o] 

&-o4"8<)^ Xd/iiit'ii, arc, o^tlodet 
meailuw, \ 539. (The ai^phodel is a 
planloTthelilvkind.) (Od.) 

A-«x'>^^^ -DbHir, 3 sing. pi., -iav 
inf.. -riwi' prs. pnrt., ("^oX^), be impa- 
timi. B 297; nvric, al — . f 159. 534; 
to Se i«i<fc one'* »ey(wilh grief). X 41S. 

a-irx(TDt, ov, (and riffo](irDv), frre- 
niftife, B 892 ; i-t«oi, in courage, ^ 
85; orerpoMieimsgi'ief, n 549, Q 7M. 


i-riXayros (so-, riiXavrn), Soionc- 
«y, equal, mi {Qii^tv. y 110, 409); 
lif,T,v.m counsel. (II.) [o] 

&-TJiXa-<hMH^ *ec„ harmleii, (wider, 
Z 400t. 

SroXXt, tpf.. lUp, fcunio' (cf. Fsalm 
104, 26). N 27t. [o] 

i,tt3i»X, -pin, and -a i^oviovTit, 
frittdng; \ 39, £ 567, /^ htaried. 

trip (from av,Ti, dfi? drop, 1 108. r 
273), sed,i4i/, AoiMwr, at. W,^.— (1} 
after ^y, A 166, Z 86. 125 ; alao drdo 
n£n, K 420; attamen. and get. after 
i}/ii)i., vero.wri^, I 58. — (2) without 
fiiv, inlroducins a new thought I 236, 
A506,B313; after /iriit, B 214; after 
voc. not easilv translataUIe./or iad-^ 
Z 429 (in contrast wllh 413-28), X 
331. — (3) after tVtr. in apodosia, M 
144 ; following a wish, 404. [-^ w] 

iToppiSt (rrip^„i), impaTiduB. 

/tarlea, N 399t. [a] 




&-Ta(»Pv|TO« {rap^ktj), impayidus, 
fearless^ intrepid^ F 63 f. [a] 

a-TOfMrtT^s, r), (arapTruy), /7a^^ 22 
565 and p 234. [a] 

a-Topir^v, 7T7V, (jporrrjvaL ?), se- 
mita, jKttA, footway ,' P 743 and ^ 1. 

a-TapTV|p^, -oic, (a-rfipJ7c)» /^a^<^, 
8tvhi}orn. monster^ A 223. [a] 

&Tao'OaXCai, al , {dTdo9a\a\ s c e 1 u s, 
wawtonmess (sin), /li 300. [a t] 

arocrBdXXwv, -overa, prs. part., (ard- 
a9aXa), acting tDontonly^ a 57 and r 88. 

arwrdoXos, ov, (an;), seel est us, 
wantonj presumptuou.% wicked, p't^iiv^ 
tMpyet; esp. fiTi\avdaftBai drdcOaXo, 
practice wickedness, X 418, w 86. [a] 

& Tc, never as in Attic =tanquam, 
see og r«. 

&-TCtpi^S9 -€«» -£«C» (j^^P**>)i f^^ to be 
worn ouiy ^l) hard, x«^'f"C- — C2) un- 
yielding, enduring, F 60, O 697. [o] 

iirTiKtaTOif -or, -«, (r€Ao<;), without 
purpose, tmthout result, unaccomplished; 
TT 11 1 , without ceasing, [a ] 

A-TcXevTHTOv, -(fi, (rtA«;rr/w), un/u^ 
jHfed, A 175 (cf. TT 1 1 1 ), «w/?wwfAec?. 

a-TcXi^S (r«Xoff), unaccomplished, p 


drijipw, occurs only in pres., act 
and pass., vex, deceive, pass, car ere, 
be derived of, be without, tlvoq, i 42, 
^ 445, 834. 

arcp, with gen., sine, without, E 473 ; 
ZflvoQ (cf. j3 372), invito Jove; 
procul, apart from, A 498. 

d-T^pouivov (jiipijj), hard, ^ 167f. 

[«] ... 

A-Tcpmljs, -fa, (jip-rriti), joyless region, 
i; 279 ; T 354, tormenting, [a] 

d-Wpirov, gen., (re/u7ru>), doleful, Z 
285t. [a] 

dr^ovTci, ace. part, from aVtw (an;), 
temerarium, foolhardy, T 332+. 

[- == _] 

oLtii, »;(;, (aaw), noxa. 6ane, hurt^ jj. 
S72; folly, infatuatim^ B 111, 9 237; 
eaphemistically for sin, crime, Z 356, J 
261, T 270. [5] 

d-rCtttv, part, from ari'^w {riui'), 
con tern nens. «n^rft«^, Y 166t. [a] 

a-Ti}id{a>, ipf. iter. dTtfid^(fTicf, aor. 
nrifiafff, (drifidu)). d e s p i c e r e. treat with 
dttresped, dishonor, <p 332, a 144, All. 

&-Ti}iaai, ipf. drifia, fut. and aor. 
i^Ttftrjffa (rifiditt), despicere. treat with 
contempt, 37 127 ; maltreat, A 356, ^ 57. 

d-Tt|AT|Tov (rtfiT)'), contemtuni,cfe- 
spised, fitTavd(TTT}v, 1 648 and 11 59. 

d-Ti^fT|criv (aTifiog), assail with in* 
«m//«, V 142t. [a] 

d-Ti{xos (ti^i,), inhonoratus, <fo- 
spised ; comp. -oTEpov, sup. -ordrTj ; ir 
431, without making return, [*«] 

d^TtrdXXo), inf. artra\X«/utrai, ipf. 
dTiraWiv, aor. dririfKa ; pass. part, 
prs. driTaWofiivriv, rear, of gods, li 
60; of men, A 250; of animals, o 174. 

a-TiTos (j'no), unpaid (penalty for), 
IS, 484; unavenged, N 414. 

"ArXaSf avrut", father of KaAi;i//(o, 
}} 245, a 52. 

oL-tXtitov, -y, (rA/)vai), unendurable, 
I 3 and T 367. 

&TOS (a-aroc, d/jiivai), in s at iabtl f 3, 
insaiicU)le, rirot,*, '^ 293. (II.) 

d-TpiirtTot = ar«j07rtrot, paths, v 

*ATpct8T)s, ov, son of Atreus, title of 
'AyafjLfpvujv and of McveAaof ; also in 
pi. and du.. w 24, A 397, A 16, 17, T 182. 

'Arpctcov, wvoc, «o» o/* 'ArptVQ, 'Ay a- 
/uf/n'wv, A 387, B 192. (II.) 

d-TpcK^S (rpfcTroi. Lat. torqueo), 
ntr. as adv., undistorted. real, true, E 
208 ; adv. -iws, /rt//y p 1 54. 

d-^p^}id and before vowels (exc. O 
318) dTpi)Aa9 {rpffnt)), motionless, r 
212; calm,B 200. 

'Arpcvs, father of *Ayafxkp.vtt)v and 
of M^reAaoc; his sceptre, B 1^5. 

d-TpCiFTO'us (rpi^ui), not hardened, 
tender, 151t. 

d-rpopioSf 01/, (rpofiog), intrepidus, 
fearless, E 126. (II.) 

d-rpvY^TOio, ov, gen. ace, (rpvaJ), 
unwasting, restless, unresting, epith. of 
the sea, and P 425, of aiOiip, glimmer- 
ing; the ancients derived the word 
from Tpvydv, unfruitful; opp. yaii}v 


the Impeller, 'AQrivoirj, d 762. 

arra (cf in Swiss dialect Aetti), 
term of endearment used in address- 
ing elders = father, tt 3 1 . 

drvloji^vca, oi, \mt\.. \tY^%.) «.\A ^q^\. 




Atvx0iC«, from a'nJtiu (arij ?), slrictlj, 
blin^d, doled, /Hghlened; jbdag baml- 
dered over the plain, Z 38 ; Urrffiei at, 

'ATv|un[d&i]i, »^>ii of krvffvto^^ Mi^ 
;«i-,EB8lt- [n] 

'At^Iivuw, euii of 'Aiiiaailapos, n 

a^ rursus, £^)Qin, dr the contrary, 
adversative conjunction, ( 1 ) nearly 
equals Is, B 493; after /tiv, A 109; 

but if Off the coMrnrff ; again, nu^reoeer, 
B 671, 678, 681, T 200.— (2) on Oe olier 
hand, r 323, A 240 1 f ' <Ti3, but opain, 
A 1 7, Z 229 ; esp. freq., rliv f iv dvriov 
viiSa, a S13. 230.— <3) denuo, alto, 
again, A S40, u SB ; ai v£v, < 129, Sii- 

aiainia, atrwAiv, aor. poea. part,, 
(aval), Biccatutn, miSen if wu rfrj, i 
32 If. 

tt^Y^tiuiai (aiyii). diicero, V 4581. 
" i*«««t, (own, (1) of Adeiuwc, B 
583t-— (2) oT A«f»i, B 532t- 

Airyifm, an, father of 'Ayafi^fq, A 
701, 739. 

avyij, W' *"?*'%*'. '■'"*™"*i f^ 341, 
; 305; pi., be-ims. of sun, of li^( of 
day, Aine- N 83". 

AiY^luS^li ™" o/Avftiag,'Aya39i- 
mc, B 624t. 

flufaw, imp. avEo, ipf r]vSa. aor. 
(iter. Q«J^oai«), part oil Jifooe. sjjeai, 
f'jToS.Z 54,v 199; nirio* — riva-alio- 
qui, addreii, r S03; Ittoc, E 170; 
fuyoXn. £oa<I loudly, t SOS, 

al8^, qr.', voke, A 249, S 419, T 418 ; 
9 411 (of the swallow). 

avS^ut, mta. tpeaiing mlh human 
tioice, T 407, i 334 ; v. L ouSiiitiaa. 

aWpvov, ipf. Bor. ab-ipimni' {dv- 
.^ipvui). draio out, M 261 ; bead back 
(head of victim). A 459. 

iM, (l)'=<iOr(.— (2) A 48. M 85, (3 

oilSi, (1) eodem loco, on the ipol, 
hire, there, A 492; with foUowint; de- 
termination of place by prep., i 29. — 
(2) illicO,i«on>M,u339. 

atfaxoi, pi,, {d-PiaX"')- iprechlea, N 
41 f. (Others inlprpret, riotrftaj Inudlg.) 

aiXaloii, tiiT(.(n5Auoc, av\ii),bflonffiiig 
to the ai\ii,oftAe court, a lot. (Ud.) 

atX^, qf, {^A£), cmirt enekanre, (1) 
before the house ; willi gale, gate-way, 
portico, stables, Elave-quarteis, allar, 
and 66\o<:i see table III,~(2) before 
the care of no*iifiq)iof, i 239; before 
the tent of 'A;i;iX\(i^i', Q 452 ; round 
the palace of AiuXoc, k 10. 

abXff, T. 1. instead of oiiXj, 1 10. 

aiXiCo)i(vdwv, pres. pari, from ai\i- 
!;opai(_ai>.i,),ptaaiidia,n265. (CM.) 

aitXiv, iec, {iauaij, place of repute, x 

a,ii\6t, ov, (dFtjvat). (1) inful tfutm- 
meiU,fiile, S 495, K 13.— (2) wwfax in 
ivhich point of lance was fitted. P 297 ; 
hoUt or (jFM, receiving the tongue of a 
buckle, T 227. — (3) stream of blood, x 

ai)<W,3, ((Bui), siccus, rfry, P 493 1 
nvov. of sound, cfu^/, Aaiiau, grating, M 
160. N 441. 

£-virvot, -oi;c. (iiTn'Oc), (ifspfaM, (1) 
of persons, i 404, c 84.— (2) v(i«roc, 1 
325. [dl 

aGpi| {iifi)!") aura, inrj«, i 469t. 

a^pLOv ())pr), to-moTTOw mondng, 
535. q 318. 

^vordUot (nvnt), squalidns, un- 
anointed, vnherapt, t 327-^ [a] 

aiiT-aYprro, ntr. pi., (.dyptiv), idf- 
choim, alfainabh, t 148t. 

avrdp (airi, Spn), but, howevfr, ad- 
versative conj., diBering from Si chief- 




Ij in marking a contrast more strong- 
ly, (1) after /zev, A 127, B 103, a 215 ; 
also avrdp 6 at^rc, B 107, and avrdp 
dpay B 103 ; after ci— , r 290; after 
a wish, ^ 404. — (2) at beginning of 
sentence, but^ yet^ now, A 118, 348; 
avritp 6, r 18 ; in transitions esp. with 
kirui iTrnv, A 458, 464, 467, u> 467. 
[— ^ , the first syllable always in arsi.] 

avTC (au, -re), lit. on each occcuion; 
then, ytirfAer, moreover, but, (I) adver- 
sative, with vvv, A 237 ; rore, B 221 ; 
Ma,Z 234; F 180, also ; further, B 
407, and hvrtpov avri ; on the other 
hand, H 345 ; with Sd, V 76, 121, /3 203, 
331 ; like Ss in apodosis, A 137. A 321. 
—(2) hereafter, A 340, B 225, 370; 
again (in disapproval), A 202 ; cf. also 
Z 73,81,H 335. 

avreut (2 avtit), only ipf. 3 sing, and 
pL dvTCi, iLmw, caU aloud, T 50, <P 
582; call upon, A 258 ; of things, rifi^, 
resound, M 160. [a J 

AvTi], rjg, (2 avui), cry, ^ 122, B 1 53 ; 
esp. haUle-cry, A 331, 37 96; battle, O 

avT-fjftap (Jitiap), on the same day, y 
311; A ^\, to-day, 

avT^Ka (cf. y/viJca, tto/co), forthicith, 
straightway, K 403, A 160, A 199 ; often 
with vvVjZ 308; imi, M 393; tTrara, 
T242; fid\a,K HI. 

aihrls (av, re)i o^otn, rnrsns, &ac^ 
a^mf», A 425, B 208 ; with d\p, 139; 
vdKip, £ 257; once more, again, A 513, 
522, H 462, A 15, k 461, see iKavTig; 
on the other h(tnd, in turn, H 170. o 439; 
another time, in future, F 440, a 317. 

dvT|&i^, -17V, (German A t h e m ; dPfj- 
vai ?), breath, I 609, S 174; fn 369, 
scent ; scorching heat, i 389 ; blast, \ 400, 
2 471. [a] 

dvT|i^a, ace. from dvTfiitv, masc, 
(dvrfiq), breath, NIf 765 ; blast, y 289. 

aWo-StScucTos (diddoKu)), seljfUaught, 

X 347t. 

avT^tov (abrov), e vestigio, 
strcUghtway, 9 449t. 

a^^CTif (jEToq), in the same year, y 

airr^Ocv (aur-ov),yh)TO <A« wry *po<, 
T 120 ; elsewh. with IK — .from one's 
teat, chair, T 77, v 56, 420. 

a^r^i (= a^rov), on <A« spot, K 443 ; 
often with more definite limitation fol- 

lowing: e. g. dypif, ruri, X 187; or 8k, 
with dat., c 29 ; Kar, K 273. 

airro-K&ox'yvTJ'nfi, soror germana, 
own sister, k 137 f. 

avTo-Ka(rCYVT|TOs, ov, frater ger- 
manus, F238; see KaoiyvriroQ. (11.) 

A{rT<$-XvK0S9 ov, father of 'AvWicXeca, 
mother of OSvoatvv, r 394 to 466, K 267. 

avT<$-p.&T0S9 3, (jjLE/xaa), sponta- 
n eus, of one's own accord, B 408. (11.) 

AvTO-^^Soiv, ovTog, son of Aiwprig, 
charioteer of 'AxtXAcuc, P 536, 11 145. 

AvTo-v6i|, handmaid of nrjvtXovrtia, 
a 182t. 

AvT<$-voo«, (1) a Greek, A 301 f.— 
(2) a Trojan, n 694t. 

avTo-vvxC (vvl), this very night, 1 97t. 

au-T^s, q, 6, lit. a^ain he,{\) idem, 
same, pron. of identity, preceding subst., 
(^ 107, M 225; with demonstr. (rov), Z 
391, d 654, A 338, i; 55.— (2) ipse, 
pron. of emphasis, opposition, A 47, 51, 
112, 161, F 301, A 4, X 602 ; imme- 
diately under, N Z'^^x npiidtUe ^f-the 
road, <c 158; dat (with and without 
ovv), together with, 1 194, 186, v 1 18 ; 
of one's own free will, /3 168, 6 218 ; 
alone, 99, N 729 ; often with preced- 
ing pers. pron., r 93, y 49, ^ 331, ^ 
312, a 279, K 389, Q 292; pers. pron. 
must sometimes be supplied, x 38, U 
430, B 263 ; with enclitic pron. forms 
preceding, £ 179, 190, K 242, /3 33, X 
134, a 66 ; following, E 459, x 345, X 
346, ^ 244 ; in reflexive sense, <p 249, 1 
51, 9 68, <c 416, i3 125, B 247, H 338 ; 
with possessive prons., a 409, x 218, ir 
197, K 204, 262, d 643, O 39, /3 136. 
— (3) as pron. 3 pers. (only in oblique 
cases), A 633, /c 302, /3 1 54, P 546, B 347. 

avTO-OToSt'Q, kv — , (iaTa<T9ai), hand- 
to-hand fight, N 325t. 

avTo-crxcSt'g, -f\v, ((Tx^^ov), close 
combat, O 510 ; ace. cominus. 

avro-a\€h6v, -d, (irxt^ov), cominus, 
hand to hand, O 386, 11 319. 

avTov (avroi;^, eodem loco, on the 
spot, usually more closely defined by 
following preposition, 9 68; illico, J3 
250,$ 114; hie, ibi. 

avT6^i(y) = avTip, T 255 ; = abrwv, 
A 44 ; = avTolg, N 42 ; always with 

AtiT($-<|>ovos> father of UoXvipovrrjc 
of ehl3ri, A 395t. 

avTO-x,6wvov, ace, (^oavoq^ coKsa^ 




of mass of stone in its natural rough 
shape, massive quoit, >Ir 826f . 

av-T«s (ovrof), (1) eodem modo, 
just 00, X 125 ; esp. iog S' avroig, so in 
this vej-y way^ Z, 166. — (2) spun te. even 
fcithout this^ A 520 ; utterly^ simply^ B 
138, V 379, r 22 •, Z 4u0,' ^I' 268; 
just as you are, S 198. — (3) sic 
(temere), thusy with ellipsis, as you 
propose, as he was, A 133, v 130 ; in 
vain, B 342. (Reading often doubtful 
between avrtoi; and ovrtac.) 

avxcv£ovs9 ace. pL, (av^^v), rkvov- 
ragj neck sinews, y 450f . 

avxifv, tpog, 6, cervices, neck, of 
men and animals, Z 11 7, k 559. 

a{»xH^^9 2 sing. prs. from cAxniia 
{aifXfi6g)j be dry, i. e. unanointed, sqttoUid, 
u) 250t. 

1. avoi (ava;, £Vtai), accenderet, 
where he could not obtain fire from other 
source, v. 1. avy, that Ae may not be 
forced to seek fire from elsewhere, « 
490+ ..,^ 

2. avo), only ipf ai)c, and 1 aor. tjvo-c 
and avcc (avtrai, awcrat:, etc.), call aloud, 
(I) vocare, call upon^ ni/a, A 461, N 
477, £ 65. — (2) clam a re, callcdoud^ of 
things, ring, with fxhya^ dtivoVy Kapf/ta- 
Xsov; avovy of harsh, dry sound (cf. 
a r i d u m ) ; dtairpvmov, piercingly ; 
(fTTi) fiaKpoVy so as to be heard a great 
distance, aloud (E 347, 9 160), r 81, ^ 

ii^-aipkio, fut. mid. -aif>i{<rc(r6ai ; 
aor. -uXoVy etc., also arro-aipiOy pres. 
imp., (Faip€o ?), -iioBaiy diro-FuKtiTo^ 
often in tmesi, adimere, (1) act., take 
away, t 313 ; ri tivoq, E 127, i 416 ; tl 
Tivi, i 455.— (2) take away to hold for 
one's self F 294, IT 54, 1 336 ; rivd ri, 
e 108, X 18, A 182 ; remove from one's 
self fji 199 ; take away, A 299, K 91 ; 
Ovfiov (life) TivoQ, and nvd ; frustrate, 
vooToVy votTTifJiov tj/jidp Tivi, ftiaQ rivoQ ; 
take off armor, utfujjv, H 122 ; wfioiiv, Tl 

a-<|>aXov (<f)d\og)y without crest, 
Tavpsirjv — n xai dXkodtov, K 258t. 

a<|>-cl]MipT«v, 'iov, -ovcrg, and &x- 
i^li^poTcv, aor. from dfiaprdrw — Tivn^y 
(1) miss, deer rare a, 9 302. — (2) lose, 
orbari,Z4ll. (11.) 

a<|>-d'iapTo-ciri{s9 missing the point, 
rambling speaker, r 215t. 

&^-av8^vci (dvddvui), displeases, ir 


a-<|>avTOS, -oiy (0a<V(ii), unseen, leaving 
no trace behind, Z 60t. (U.) 

a<|>ap, statim, cU once, instantfy, 4> 
528. When joined with is (exc. "¥ 
593, 9 409) it begins the sentence ; 
when used alone, it follows one or more 
words. [-^ ^-'] 

*A<|>dpcvs, ijogy KaXrjTopid^g, name 
of a Greek leader, N 541. 

^^^'OLp^ti^Sai, aor. inf., (apTra^u), d e- 
rip ere, n rivog, wrench away from, N 

&^dp-Tcpoi, celeriores, swifter, "9 

h^av^ovy -orfoogy -ov, -orarog, -ij, 
(^dPog), insignificant, debilis, we^y, 
H 235,1; llu. 

d^difiy oulxSovTo, (uirTia)y trac t an- 
te m, busy with handling, rt, Z 322 f. [a] 

*A<|>ci8as» avTogy TIo\v7rrifji,ovidTig, fic- 
titious, assumed name, u 305t. 

o^Cti, aor. opt from d^iTj^jii, iacu- 

a<|>€vos (opes), possessions, esp. in 
cattle, ^99, A 171. [d] 

&^|w, '^ofiai, fut. from dirsxio, pro- 

&^-ijp.cvos (fifiai), seorsum se- 
dens, sitting apart, O 106t. [d] 

dt^ifTopos, gen. (d0ti7/Lft), sagit- 
tar ii, of tiie archer =eKTi(S6\ov, I 404t. 

a-^0tTos9 2. (<pBiti}), aeternus, ufi- 
wasting, imperishable, only of posses- 
sions, exc. I 413, Q 88, i 133. 

d4*(T)p.i, reg., collat. forms of ipf. 
d<f)iUy if^'uiy aor. dtpk-qKiy subj. -ay, -t/y, 
opt. -tit] CiriiJi)y dimittere, (I) send 
away, A 25 ; drive away, B 263, A 642 ; 
shed blossom, j; 126; let faU, M 221 ; 
fisvog, slackened its force, N 444; re- 
leasey Y 464 ; mid. yp 240 ; pass., are 
emitted from, A 77. — iaculari, hurl, 
weapons, liphtning, etc., K 372, ^ 432, 
P 631.x 251. w 539, 9 133. [^^-w; 

a<|>-tKdvw (iKavw'), pervenio, come 
to, reach, vrpug rt, Z 388 ; devpo, hue, 
S 43 (Od. only with ace). 

i^-f(co/xai, only fut. -tfcat, perf. inf. 
-Ix^aiy aor. -tKOjiriVy etc. (tmesis, /* 2), 
pervenio, with ace, come to (a per- 
son), arrive at (a place), 25, a 332, 
42, o 489, also with iig, ini, vori, 


tori, iro ; nae\, Q 329, S 202 ; I 399, 
[roDble came upon me. 

af-iar^iu, 1. trans., only mjd. aKOTi'i- 
eowrai, demand pag far Ihcmielvei for, 
N 745.— II. intr., -i»r«/(ai, pf. -i'or.iri, 
-imaaiv, -ioruiij, -iarii'lrft, plupf. 
-Im-aaav, BOr. -tanj. stand aaag, iland 
• o/, * 517, N 738; vuof.w, k 544; 
rinlf, from a person, ^ 101 ; from a 
thing, A 340. 

fi-t^XovTov, apluatre, ornamfntal 
ln(*on,Unnfdup,0 1U\. [---] 

(See cQt, also No. 41.) 

/baia, O 607t. 

i^tM, a, -ortpni, -drnroc, (n^tvoe), 
opaleDtns, vxailtj/, rich n, nvuf 
(means of Hubsiatenee, gold, etc.) ; 
jiniruhmg house, a 232j coupled with 

6^-wiiUliBVto (uirAiiiu), ipf., ivTt 
kad oglhar armor, « SSf. 

&^-op|ii|httr, opt, and -Of irfc, a< 
pass. pHrt.,(i'pp('n'").pr'>ficiBCi, ra 
fii', wt imf/roiii (he ehipa ; dtpa'1, 

i4dHrra,see afau, tract an tern, 

&-^pdS^ovw, pres. indie., -iov 
part. {ri-0pnj^t), amentem esse, oe 
faolith, n S94. 1 32. 

&.-^p^Ui, fuv, Cdfta^Dfini), lentdat, 
X 476 ; /«rf£«A, /J 282 ; adv. -ius./ooU 
u^r, r436. 

i^pdSLH, dat. Ging., (^fniCa^ai), ^ 
>ninc«, B 368; elscuh. dat. pi. -luoi, 
/(£y,n3S4,$481 ; vdoja, K 122. 

k-4tfaivm ifpiiv), be mad, U 109, e> 

&4p<o''< 'P'- C«*;wi)- spumabant, 
-easts wrrf covered aith foam, A 262t. 

&-i^p^Twp {•ppliTpti), w> retptclir of 

'A^poStri), ifc< danghter of Zf^c. r 
374, V lOS; anil of Aiil^iif, B 370; abo 
Ku8(p(ia, Kuirpic, from her Beats of 
worship; Bia, Ivarf^avov, ^iXopiuiliK, 
Xpvaii; wife of "H^niiTroc. 8 267 sq. ; 
goddess of love, E 429, i 261, T 54; anil 
of beautj, T 282 ; of love's charms, 3 
214 (see «<Trdi) ; attended by Xipine, 
IT 192; motherof Aii'iinc. AscommoD 
noun =Aot pagsvm, \ 444. 

i,-^poriorm, pres. part, (a^puv), 
/oolish, O 104t. 

A^p^, oil, spuma.yo<Dn of waves, 
of lion, r 168, (II,) 

d^poirSiTIt, -aoji', pen., (aippui''), 
futlg, H 110; f\., fooliA btkavair, n 

TO, (^C^v), Ihovfflit- 
5, A 389 i U 157, 

A-^iiXXounv. ilat. pi., (^iXXov), Uof- 
fe»J,rtr^p«i"/fcncM, B 425t. [a] 

ii^liLv, fat. from a^uoau. 

&-^vaYrTdv,acc.,(<nR<!, A 49St. [a] 

i^tHnrWi ipf. o^vcmv, -ov, ful, a^i- 
^uv, aoT, iifvaaiuv, part (i^uaanc, mid. 
ipf. i^^vtrtrtTO, aor, ^^trafitiv, a^vfftra- 
Iti6a. d<^vaaaaivos, fundere, drav, 
pour mto (mid. for one's Eclf), wine or 
water, i 9, 85 ; with ottu, it:, iv, or with 
simple gen. .^305; i)286,/uKi« >ea(- 
tering the leavcB over uiVFBlf; A 171, 
do I intend to orqairi/or thee, aoi. 

'Ax<ual, Achtaan isonicn (with beau- 
tifully braided hair). (Od.) [o] 

'AxuioStt, ui'. E 422, AcAaian 
women, E 424 (with beautiful mantles). 

'Axulitdv, ace, msc. and utr. nom., 
^eioion, 1 521, 141,7 251. [o] 

'AviuU. I'dof, land of 'A;^aioi, AcAaia, 
Northern Greece, r 75, X 166, v 249, A 
254.$ lU'; pi, iiB»ab$t.,AchaimtcemeB, 

L 104, £ 

collec^ve appellation of tlie Greeks, A 
2, o 90 i epithola, ap7ii<pikaiv, Sim, iXi- 
KuiTEC, IvtviiiuSfS, Kcipl) Ko/iooivric 

i-Xifumpov (a^nijif), ingratiuB, 
raore anwe/conK. u 332t. ["] 

tmpkaimg, d 236t. [d] 

^Ax«Xito«, river-god, (I) in Greece 
(iiVwAi"), * 194t.— (2) in *payia. Q 

^xif^V O'l dxeptosXvnId pear-trtt, £ 
lot. M 

&X*l>»>t. "**<■ popJar, N 889. (11.) 

AX^P"-™. ace., ('Axtpw*'. a-X'P"''. 

ixoMiv, pra. part., (_axog). tro 
/or, TivAi:, i 40 ; tirtita, « 3IB ; flufiui', 
jpieved at heart, [o] 

Ax^iiv, oHon, pari. prs. (djoc), jr*Tv 
ing, Tivii;, B 694 i tiip, at heart [d] 

axBofuUi ipf- fixflfo (o!!*^)' <') *e 
tiileii, 457.— (2) moleste fero. tai« 
ill, be pimud or affiirMd aM, ri, N 352, 
E 361 ; (io'iivpai, tornKiiled wilh paluG ; 
Kijp, vtxtd at heart. 

ixM, ™, (a^of), onus. i'"*". Y 
247 ; Ofiaupiic, dtad mei^l upun the 
earth, of iille, useless mail, v 379. 

'AxiX(t>ti'Ax>^^i^> qcir, (Hi^'i'^'k:), 

son of nij^trc and airis. Ar'nm^ijt, king 
of Mup/hSujxc, foBter-chihl of *uit.£, 
pupil of Xiipiui', hero of the Iliad : his 
ilestinj, I 410 sq. ; expedition against 
Troy, B 681 ; furajs, I 328, A 392, B 
690, see Bpianki fnvts. A; vptajitia, 
I ; death of his friend norpoicXac, n 
avaipmts, X; "Exropos Xurpo, Q; his 
death, ( 310, u 37 sq. ; epithets, fnl- 
fpuv. Sios, SU^tXot:, Stoic iriiiaXii), 
motitt\{i% irtAufHoJ-, jroJopnjff Siot, 
ToiioKtK. TroXi iropfly, p)j5q vopoc, irnSai; 
rnjiii', (irnSoc) "tue- (See cut, in next 
column, from Panathenaic Amphora.) 
Ix^it, vos, n, caligo, nut, E 127, 
T 321 ; of death, n 344 ; ttcoon, E 696 ; 
grief, T 421. [ , nom. and ace. 

4Jx^ti(ra, Bor. from axfiuvi, grea darh, 
fi406. {Od.) 

Sx"I. V- V^- /<™" °/ ««'"■, A 307 ; 
dqjl) B 499, pi. 

axvEluu, prea., ajjHtro, ipf., (nm- 
);iliu. axoi:), dolere, griene, iwjnni, 
e«>iuc (ivi oT^Biaai, S 38), Kqp d^vw 
rat (iv Gvfii^, Z 524). {i^iif^'vp KpaSi^ 
U 584 ; ojcvurrOai sqp, in heart, w 420 ; 
Tii/ric. X 558, for some one ; with part, 

o-xoXdv, dimipaling - wraiA, othen 
translate milil, laothing, { 22lt. [o] 

jlxoiuu (aroc), only a 256, r 129, 
/m^um, [a] 

ix»*. '?Ci '■'S- also pi., (aywu), jrtj^ 

e. fo^ s 

124, N 417, 358 i wipi, ^ 

XuOij T-ivri, 7(i'(ni TIM (card flti/iov); 
DiTD fl-pnirifitfi' e\9iii. roll a stone from 
one's heart; cf.T282,K 145; ilXt, f\- 
\a0t, ri-l/i nvi (9uit6v). N 581, 3 475, 
T I2S ; n»i' inn, I 249 ; dxlos Pt^Xq, 
P591. [((] 

A-Xpf'm-.ntr. = adv., (bmTdc), 8 269. 
lo.ikerl/oi(»% ahout, ad one who has 
tH> KPfiuc i. e. knows not what be shall 
du ; a 163, canMrainedlg (a forced langfa 
wilhont cause) (164, oCn irapos yt). 

matt, p ,%02f . 

*Xpt(«). prorSuB, abogelhtr, a 
3T0, perhaps unJif. 

502t. [«] 

tt|> (atrii), 6act, idcjfc ^goin, dn-Dvus- 
rqiiii', e 499; ajriwv, H. S89; with 
J" gen. back from, M 420; dmi, M 390; 
^ irofipu, K 337 ; and frcq.witli cnipiis. 
J Otjiru-; with jraAci/.folotujoin, 2 280; 
t\ \a8n£, e 335. 

^> •AMtn*if*,aNereld,2i6t. 
^ i^iin,ai,(Jtjl'os), macalae, meiAct, 

E 487t. 

&(|ro-ppim> (pcui) 'Qciavoio, of ihe 
Okeanos stream which jfouf froci tn(a 
il««K i. e. encircling, ~ 


*]]; nCr., I 


iirru), aitaa, joiatt, limbt, i 

day, opt. JiTiii;ii,,ii)f. aaai, mid. rDI. or 
aor. imp. aamdi, flor. inf. aaiioBni, 
(I) eatiari, $ 70. eai.'cr lo mta ■(«//' 
with human flesh; yuata dtqi, V 157, 

cf. •AavSj^Bio lioiflft.— (2) setiare, 

Tif a n>vf , E 289 ; nvi, A 817. 

owpoi (a(ipw)=^ir-iajpoi, peoduli, 
daigUng, i. v.fwmleit, uttleu, miwAawx, 
^89t. [fl] 

oupro, plupf. pass, from aripm, peu- 

iamil, (7x1, (from duriui, oij/ji), dor- 
mire, wiih ace. vicvov, K 159 and « 
548.^ [a] 

&WTOV, tfi, ov, iojti/i, aFvtfroz)j floc- 
Ctis, lock "/ icool, oi'nf. a 443 ; nap of 
linen, 1 66 1 ; fieem, iheep'i aool, i 434 ; 
on sheep's bnck ; spun, N 599. [d] 

ijr ttep, (2o'^, N 5I6f. 

Pota, pres., ipf, fltid perf. pass. 0i- 
fiatTai, loqui. apeak, esp, with iilr. 
»dj8., e. g. (fljna, fit things. 3 92 ; cf, 
I 58, A 355. a 392, J S'i, K 137 ; tVo£, 

paM-J7i.ieiC, 8iv4oTM, -a. /idl of 
dap eddiet, 4* 15. 

Paev-8<n|f (ITivoi). daji-tddying, T 
73; always of riv<!rs,exc.r5ll. 

Pdhi-twvBvt, ace., (Jiifij), deep-gir. 
aid. i. c. with girdle low down over 
the hips, I 594. (See cm.) 

BaK-KXi)s, Hn, son of Xii\(»>i>, a 
MwpWiui'. n 594}. 

pSSi-ttoKiroi, uiv. (riiXiTDc), "^ (2k}1 
jWit or 6e/ftu in ganofnt, i. e. with gar- 
ment falling low or in deep folds over 
am] below the girdle, which its folds 
hid from sight : the word maybe Irans- 
kued dt*p^r^d; epithet of Trojan 
women, 2 122. (11.) {See cnt.) 

pSiMtMifm, ace. comm., (Afi^i.ii), 
rial ri(A mfodotnM, i. e. mih derp loit, 
'AvStiay,! ISl. (IL) 

PcUG-Ai^in', vritk derp., i.e. high-wanb^ 
grain, fruilfttl, 1: 550t. 

0a(li>iv, only ipf, PoEivi, ifeepen, io^ 
WoHt, * 421t. 

PdAv-ppairoo (-opciTno, pitu\ <&«{>• 
Jhwing Ukeanog,^ \9b\. 




P^(0i>-pp^ov, oov, (-<TpooQ\ teith deep 
current^ deep-streaming Okeanos, and ^ 
8, river. 

PoBvs, f7a, (-€»;c, -f »^»'). »'♦> sup. -urrov^ 
( 1 3 vertically : a 1 1 u s, high, deep, Tdpra- 

fjof, low lying, of court, chasm, plowed 
and, sandy shore, forest, storm, and 
fog, T 125, deep in the heart. — (2) 
horizontally ; deep, ttretckmg far into 
the land ; of bay, B 560 ; of shore 
pierced by numerous hilets, B 92; to 
the limits of the broad plough-land, 2 

PaOv-oxotvov (Txotj/of), deeply over- 
graivn tc».A rushes, A 383 1. 

PaCvw, ipf., fut., 1 aor. ifiriaa, trans. ; 
2 aor. i^riv {j^aTr)v, ifiav, subj. fitiu), 
-y or ^ny, jStio/icv, $rj^tvai), pf. /3I- 
/i}}/ca, «^an<?, tread (fis^daffiv, inf. /3e- 
pdfievy part. /3t/3au>t), fut. mid. ftrjffOfiGt, 
also aor. (Jt)i5r\€riTo^ ~aaro, go, frdXiv, 
redire; voa^i, secedere; B 134, 
fii^dam, praeterierunt; set out, 9 
49 ; hence often with inf., j3n {fidv, 
fiil3rjKei) d' t'kvat^ p ifJiiVf etc., a 428; 
with pres. part., B 302, 665, ^ 207 ; fut., 
A 101 ; cf a 424: aor., u) 488, N 582. 
—(1) go (whither ?), irrj, Z 377 (B 339, 
229, what is become of?) ; x^f/ia^fj 
with ~de OvXvfiTTOpSf, otKciOi, AiSoffdt. 
cf also X 277, 627 ; (a) with ace, go and 
take one\< place by the >ide of, F 262 ; with 
ova, A 209 ; dtd.O 343 ; ci'f. kc {OdiKTrja, 
X 202) ; Kard. stalks over the heads of 
men, T 93 ; throughout, B 47 ; go for, S 
701, A 424; fi«ra. sequi,/8 406; ad ire, 
A 292, \ 563 ; aggredi, n 864 : irapd. 
T 40; TrpoQ, Z 313 ; virip, x 182.— (b) 
with gen. did, p 26; 6ieKn <t 185 ; iiri. I 
589 (x^pffov, r}Trttpov, iTTTrwv, I 589); 
vTrfejO, jo 575 ; I'^Uf, E 849.— (c) with dat. 
aixtpi^tViQTX guard, A 37; fcV,N6l8; Itti, 
accedere.drat^jwear, P 574; aggredi, 
A 460, n 751.— (2) (where?), lirj 
xOovi, i n c e d e r e, toalk, A 443 ; tv vrjixri, 
aveh I. sail away, a 210. — (3) (whence?), 
cnru TTvpyovn kot' 'Idaiwv bpkuiv ; 1 aor. 
rr0' (fc^) imriov, cause to dismotmt, ditsh 
dovm, shoot dwm; inl BovTrpaffiov Vtt- 
TTovg. bring horses to Bouprasion. 

PdXdvov, rijv, gland em, acorn, v 
409, and ukvXov. edible acorn, k 242. 

BuX''os9 one of the horses of 'Ax<X- 
\ivc, T 400. (II.) 

PaXXc0, reg. as in Attic, exc. fut. 
jBaXeio, aor. subj. jidXya9a, opt. /3aXoi- 

(rOa, plupf. 3 sing. ptpkriKuv, pf. pass., 
3 pi. j^i^Xiiarai, plupf. -ijaro (the forms 
l3ti5o\Tjfi€voQ, and plupf (3ep6XriTo and 
3 pi. -riaro only of inward [mental] 
feelings) ; aor. mid. with pass, signif., 
/3\^ro, subj. /3 Xyjtra t, opt. jSXtXo, part. 
fiXrjfKvoi:, mitto, lacio. — (I) jArojc, 
I 588, tgflw sinck ; esp. tela miTTere, 
discharge mis^Jlfis (opp. iXavvu), p 279 ; 
TVTrTiiv,"r 378, O 495; ovrdtrai, S 
424); shoot, 9 282, V 82; aL<o la- 
pi d e s c 6Tc~e r e, hurl stones. — (2) strikej , 
hit, <l> 591, A 380 (and wMtnd) ; rev p 
tfSaXtv KfipaXrjv, in the head, etc., O 433, 
N 41 1 ; also Kara (aaTciSa Sovpi, E 537), 
A 108, M 189, and irpbg aTfjOog, A 144; 
jSXfiffBai, pass., x 253; eXcog, vulnus 
infligere, inflict wound ; Iv KoviyoL, 
d e i c e r e, fojf lowjn, c^ ttjooti yaiy. siUik 
to the earth, X 423 ; x^f^^^* X 1^8 ; fig., 
wounded dirop or Ktjp), dxt'i, TTfvGfi; 
reaili^ovaTa, acrttriv, €479; consper- 
gere, bespatter, dvrvya, i)vioxov. — (3) 
in wider sTgnif, mittere, fundere, 
send, pour, virvov iiri (iXf<pdpoitTi^ ddxpv 
(Xf^pddig, 114), let Jail, \ 424, so. 
XfTp^y; shake ojf, P 457 {fSdXXtffBai, 
discharge, tli; aXo); elg kgki.v riva, 
plunge, fitrd j'eiKfa, involae^in, ^tXoTTjra 
ptrd Tiaiv, conclude friendship ; vpfiara 
hfpwae, turn (^irepi Ttpfia, mid. of 
horses, drive round the turning-post), 
'iinrovg irpiffOs. drivej>y; ^ 639, trpiaBt, 
superare, he superior.; pon ere, plcKC, 
esp. throw the arms a^otU so^ne one, 
embrace (dp^i, irtpi, irpug rtvi) (mid. 
it' Qvpip, (pptai, animo volvo, turn 
over in mind . I 435, p, 218, A 297 ; lalte 
to heart, O 566). — (4) amicire. put 
on garments or weapons, also mid., T 
334 and freq. ; put wheels on axle, a/u0' 
cxsiotTiv ; moke fast, t<f lartfi, p. 423 ; 
l)ass., vyere spread, X 194. 

Pajj^aCvcbV (^aiv(o, cf. 7raju0aiVwv), 
trepidans. quivering (with teiTor), K 
37 5t ; others, stammering. 

Pdv = tj3ar {tl3r}(Tar). 

PairqQ, subj. from fidirru), dipt, i 

PapPdpo-<|><uva:v, gen. pi., harsh- 
speaking, B 86 7 f. 

PapStoTOi = /i|oa7(rTroi, from ftpaSvg, 
t a r d i g s i m i . s/ovest. 

I3ap£(jj, only PcPapT)<STa, ('tTfg,(j5apvg), 
gravati, weighed down with, oivtfi (^pi' 
vag, T 122); y 139, drunken. 



Pa(»v0ci (fiapvQiaj papvg), grave- 
scit,/>a»»M(me), n 519t. [^^— ] 

^(ipvvuff only ipf. (2)Pafivvc, pres. 
pass. lidpevtTai and aor. part, fiapvv- 
tfiig, -Oiv (J3apvg)j gravare, disable^ 
Xnpa ; oppress by weight, O 308. 

papvs, iiv, I ^blf tia, v, g r a v i s, heavy 
woe, K 71 ; grievous pains, £ 417 ; strotig 
delusion, B 111; harsh voice, t 257; 
Xf t/wCt mighty arms ; Kfjpeg, dread, in- 
exorable; l^api) and ^apka OTtvdx^iv, 
moaning hudfy, sobbing hecafUy, c 420 ; 
esp. 0apv oTtvdxtav, 9 95. 

Pa(>v-(rTcvdx«0V, better Papi> anva- 
Xuii^, see (iapvg. 

PocrCXcia, rjg, av, fern, of follg., re- 
gin a, qtteen; yvvaiKutv, queenly dame, 
A 258 ; princess, ^115. 

Pdot-Xcvs, riog^ 6, (j8a<nc, \a6g ?), 
leader of people, princeps, (1) subst., 
prince, king, exercising functions of 
commander-in-cbief, priest, and judge ; 
nobles, a 394 ; 2 556, master, lord, — (2) 
used adjectively witb ava^, v 194; 
aviip, r 170; comp. (BaaiKtvrspog, ov, 
more kingly; super, -rarog, I 69, most 

Pa<rCXcv^l&cv, prs., ipf., fut, reg- 
nare, be king (Z 425, queen), rim, B 
206 ; tv rim, /3 47 ; kutcl Srjfiov, x ^2 ; 
UvXov, iv 'WaKy, 

pcUHiXiltSos Tififjg, regiae digni- 
tatis, royal honor, Z 193t. 

Pao^X^u>v yevog, regium genus, 
scion of the royal stock, tt 401 f. 

PoUnc* i9i, imp. from /Satricai (/3aivw), 
haste and go, B 8. (11.) 

PooTatovTo, pres. part., and aor. 
i^dardot, grasp, raise, \ 594. (Od.) 

PdTi|v = ijSfirriv, 3 du. aor. from 

Bfrina^ height on the plain of Troy 
before the city, B 813t. 

PaT*>v, gen. pi. from ») jSarog, sen- 
ti», thorn-bushes, thnms, a> 230f. 

PcpcMMTi, f5sl3dfiev iuf, fiifiatrav 
plupf., p^Patljg perf. part, from 

Pcpapvi^a, see fiapkio, gravatum. 

Pc8Ct|kc, pf. from (3idu), coegi t. 

PcpXVjarau, -ro, pf and plupf pass, 
from (3dK\uf, ictus est, erat. 

PcpoXijaro, plupf pass., -rjfiivog, pf 
pass. part, from l^dXXat, ictus. 

pcpp^ois, intensive form of pf 
opt., {jStPputaicui), devorares, ^35f. 

Pcppc»KfiSs, PcPpu^rrrai, pf part., 3 
fut. with pass, signif , from PiftpwoKut, 
pip, PcCofJuu, see pkofiai. 

Scio), aor. subj. =fiut, see jBaivia, 
iktiLvoy rd, ace, (/3a\Xa)), tela, 
missiles, flying wide, O 484; X 206, 

B€XXcpo-<|M$vTY)s, y, rjv, son of PXaiJ* 
Koc, Z 155, 220. His true name, ac* 
cording to the Scholiast, was 'Iwirovoog. 

pAo9, (og, TO, (fidWii)), telum, mw- 
sile, in widest sense, spear, arrow, stone, 
even the foot-stool, p 464; and the 
rocky mountain-summit, t 495 ; Apol- 
lo's missiles, see dyavog ; missiles of 
the Ei\ei9vtai, A 269 ; U {vntK, 2 232) 
/JfXEwv, out of shot, outside of battle; 
joined with verbs, M 159, A 498, E 174, 
E 106, 278, p 464, 67, A 576. 

P^Xrcpov {FiKka9ai). preferable, better, 
more advantageous, with inf., O 511; 
praestat aut — aut — , quam (cf. 
Hor. Sat. 1, 1, 8), O 197; with ti, K 
282, if she herself had gone abroad and 

P^Oos, €og, TO, also pi., {ftd9oc\ 
profunduni, depth, esp. of the sea, 
I3sv9€a, a 53 ((5ev9o(Tde,6 780); of the 
forest, p 316. 

Pioftai, Pc^of&aiy (fSfiopat), 2 sing. 
(3ey, fut, {ft log), vivam, O 194, will not 
live, i, e. order my life according to the 
will of Zeus. (11.) 

P^pcOpov, ov, TO, (fiiPpiJJOKw), V or ago, 
abyss, chasm, p, 94. 


Pt)Xov, (p, masc, (ftnivio), liminis, 
threshold, A 591, ^ 202. (II.) 

P'qfMV = iftrfpsv, Pi)(A.cvak — ftfjuat 
(Pi^<ra^cv, ftfjof, ftt}(TaTo, ftritriro un- 
augmented forms), see ftaivu). 

Bfj<r<ra, town in Lokris, B 532 f. 

Pi{<ronr)s, gen., y, av, etc., (J3a9vg), 
glade, glen, valley, ravine, V 34, X 190 
ic 210. 

Pi)T-dp(«.ovcs (ftfjvai, dppovia), dan 
cers, 9 250 and 383. 

Pkd^cTc, 2 pi. ; elsewh. only prs. ipf. 
mid., (/3m^w), domo, vim affcro, 
constrain, p 297 ; mid. also with pass, 
signif, O 727, A 576. 

pCaia fpya (ftia), deeds of violence, (3 
236 1 ; adv. -aCws, per vim. (Od.) 

BCa«, avTog, (1) father of \ao-»(ovoq 
and of AapSavoQ,\ 4^Vi\.— 4^\ea.^«t 




of 'AQrivaioL, N 691 f —(3) from UvXog.. 
A 296t. 

)8taii>=/3td^(ii, pf. PcP£i)icc, mid. prs., 
3 pi. ind. I^ioun/rai, opt. -(paro, ipf. 
^louivTo, fut. -fSifjffiraif aor. -aro, 6e- 
«e^, II 22; maltreat, i// 9; orerreocA, 
^ 576; witkhoU, tipcl ti, <P 451; A 
558, overmasters. 

fii^Tlpn, ftificiaOw, jStjSaw, assumed 
pres. ot'^i^oif'di^Ta, PiPa(rOtt>v(il.),and 
of PiP«i»vTa ace. masc, PiP«Mra fern., 
stride along, usually with fiaKpd (fii- 
iidaQu)v so always), H 213, N 809, T 
22; ( 450, with mighty strides. [^— ] 

jSiPptoaKU), only PcPpfaK<us> X ^^^t 
/SooC) having eaten of; n, X 94; and 
pcPpcScrcToa, /3 203, comedetur, shaJH 
\e devoured. 

pCi), T/g, dat. with instr. suffix ftirj^iv, 
vis, robur, force, strength, A 561, H 
288, 185, O 165, P 569; in periphra- 
sis, e. g. Vipiafioio, 'HpaicXjjciij = the 
mighty Priamos, Herakles, F 105, B 
658; (3irj(l)iv, ^iy, o 231, per vim; 
oifK WkKopra, N 572 ; dsKovra, O 186, a 
403; with KapTog, a 139, ^ 415, Z, 197 ; 
pi. violence, ^f 713, y 216; sing., 4> S\; 
(3iy dtKovTog (gen. absoL), d 646, A 

Bi-i{vup, opoc, a Trojan, A 92 f. 

StoVf ro V, V i t a m, life, o 49 1 . (Od.) 
V&9, 010, 6, arc us, bow, A 49, A 

PiOT09) 010, 6, sing., vita, H 104, a 
287; victus, provisions, bona, sub- 
stance, S 122, 7 301, \ 1 16, 490, o 446. 

/Stow, only aor. imp. PuStu, vivat, 
let him live, 9 429 ; inf. /3iwmi, K 359 ; 
mid. ipiiaa-aoj servavisti, hast saved 
me, e 468. 

pMparo, -(SoivTai, hSoivto, see (3ido}. 

/dAa/3ui (jiaXaKog), only pass. pXd- 
pcrai, pf. fit(5\afifi8vov, aor. ifiXa^tv, 
f3\d(3ev = lfi\d(3ri<Tav and p\a<(>9iig, 
etc., act. (f)fi\a\l/ag, etc. (see jSAaVrw), 
d e b i 1 i t a r e, z^;ea^»», injure, physically, 
T 166, H 271,^ 774; mentally. X 15; 
0p£rac, ^ 178; I 512, 6q^; impe- 
dire, pass., is confused, T 82; impede, 
IT 331 ; 660, wounded in the heart (see 
also /3Aa'7rru>). 

pXdirrw, only prs. ipf, (see j8Xa/3a>), 
impedio, incommode, hinder, v 22; 
Tii^oc, a 195; delude, infatuate {(pp^vag, 
O 1^24), I 507, <f> 294; ry tvi, entangled 
in which O 647 ; cf. Z 39, 5^^* «'•'*• 

pXcu>, opt aor. mid. from /3aXXf«i, 

pXcfMoivci, -a>i/, prs., (/3a\Xiu ?X se 
i act are, exuft m, always with aOkvt'i, 
only 0w/i6c . . . Trcpi aQkvu (5\ffitaiv€ty 
heart fteoto Ai^A in its strength, P 22 f. 

pXc^dpouvy and pi., {to jikk^apov, 
jSXtTrw), palpebra, eydid (conceived 
of as the seat of sleep), K 26, ^ 165, a 
364, II 366, 1 389. 

BXijcTOi, pXi{|&€vos> aor. mid. from 
)3aAX(o, feriatur. 

pXilirpoun, ntr., (/SaXXoi ?), rwets, or 
perh. better, rings, bands, O 678t. 

pXi)x^ V, n})/, (b 1 a c t e r a r e), bkaimg^ 
didtv, fj, 266f . 

pXoovpouTi, -yfft, (voltnosnsX 
horrid is, horrible, dreadful, H 212,0 
608. (II.) 

pXo<rvpHtfiris, 17, horrido voltn, 
with awftd countenance, A 36+. 

pkuS^fTIv, procera, to/2, N 390, a» 

pXdKTKit}, only pf. i&^i&pXctfKC, p 190, 
and 2 aor. subj. |&6Xt) and part., come, 
also of time, Q 781, p 190. 

fio^ypiay rd, shields ofoa>hide, M 22 
and TT 296. 

Bo-aypiog, ov, river of AoKpoi, B 533. 

Poa^ pi. Po^ciKn, part. ace. PoAwvrOf 
pi. hSuvtcs, aor. tfioriaa, etc., c 1 am are, 
Mow*, B 198; resound, P 265 ; caU aloud, 
1 12, € 400; with ace. of kindred mean- 
ing, pkya, uaKpd, aiitpBvov, o^v. 

fiuuog, JpocCi)v, -ov, etc., (masc. want- 
ing), and poiovy i-g (ntr. wanting), of am 
ox or oxen, bubulus, ox- (dung, "¥ 
777), esp. ofox4eather, E 452, A 122 (P 
492, shields) ; freq. as subst. (sc. Soprf), 
ox-hide, P 389, t; 142 (x 364 and 2 582, 
with (3o6g). 

l3otvg, dat. pi. Pocv<n, thongs of ox- 
hid^, on sails, p 426, o 291. 

P<ni, Tjg, r), clamor, cry, esp. crt^ of 
alarm, x 77, *c 118, 4 266; and battle^ 
cry, A 50, 500, 530; fiorjv dyaOog, good 
at the battle-cry, i. e. brave in battle, 
hero, y 31 1 and freq. ; also cry of pain, 
of distress, Z 465, u 48, i 401 ; )3oiJv 
txov, s o n a b a n t, resounded, 2 495. 

BoT|6ot8t)s, 'Ernjjvevg, o 95. (Od.) 

PoT|-06ov (fioy 9oP6v), stcift in battle, 
warlike, bellicum, P 481; bellico- 
sum, N 477. 

po-niXcUri'Q (iXavvui), catHe-Ufting^ A 




P<n|^> 4> iPoav\ Yociferatioy 
clamor^ a 369 f. 

P^pov, gen. etc., inasc, s c r o b s, hole 
in the ground, for planting trees, ibr sac- 
rificial blood, P 58 ; natural though for 
washing clothes, X 25. 

BoCm, name of town in Qitjadkiri. 
Hence BotPt|i« X(|&vt|, B 712, 71 If. 

BoutfTMs, subst., BoiMToC, Boiotians^ 
B 494 and freq. (II.) 

PoXiu, dmvy yffif fern., (^oAXid), 
iactns, ictus; dfOaXfidVf glance, d 
150. (Od.) 

P^XfTOi, etc., see PovXofiai, 

fiofi(iswt only aor. p^pifirc, (rav, 
ran^; d 190, hummed, whizzed; fi 204, 
rtuied roaring through the water. 

PoAui¥, 'Oitivra, -owvrtg, see podu, 

Popc«|S» sao, 6, (opog), aquilo, north 
wind. Personified, Boreas, ^195. 

P^oxvy ace. fem^ pas turn, food, T 

p^SoKCi, prs., ipf. act. and pass. (iter. 
PoffKBOKovro), fuL act., pasco, jSovg, 
alyag, aiiroXia, Ktiria, /i 97 ; ^ 325, 
give subsidence ; feed, nourish, a 364 ; 
njid., pasci,yee(f, grate, 6 338, 49. 

PoTalvT|«, r»J<:, (fiooKijj), herba,ybrf- 
(fer, grass, N 493 and ic 41 1. [>^ ^ -] 

poTt)pa«9 roue, (fiooKiit), pastores, 
cA^pAerdff, o 504 f. 

PoToun, roic, ntr., QioffKu), pecori- 
bus,^i8w, 2 52lt. 

PoTpv8<Sv, adv., ((iqrpvg), like a bunch 
of grapes, in a swarm, B 89f. 

P&rpvtHy oi, uvae, grape-clusters, 2 

pov-pOTOS, i), (fiorog), cattle-pasture, 
V 246t. 

fkd^^acrTMit 17, ra/cenous hunger, Q 

Povpwva, Tfw, inguen, groin, A 


Pov^dios, £, braggart, usually de- 
rived from Povg and yai<i>, perh. better, 
/Jove, yiyaa, big and awkward as an ox, 
abusive epithet, applied to a big but 
cowardly fellow, N 824, o 79. 

Bot^iov, town in ^Birj, U 572t. 

PovHcoX^ctfv, part, prs., ipf. iter. -Ko\k- 
tvKtg (ftov-KoXog), pa score (boves), 
pasture, E 313; but Y 221, 'iTTTroi (iov- 
roXsovro, equae pascebantur, 

BoiMcoXt8v|«» ao, S^^Xoc, O 338 f. 

Bov-KoX£o)v, (jjvi, son of Atzofiidufv, Z 

' Pov-k6Xo9, tf), ov, 01, 6, (-TToXoc), cat- 
tle-herd, dvdptg, N 571; aypoiwrat, X 

PovXcvT^iri (l^ovXevrrig, from ftov" 
Xivui), yepovai, old men of the council, Z 

PovXcvov<riV, inf. -tvipiv, fut. (inf. 
^ovXtvoifitv), 1 aor. ; mid. prs., I 99, 
1 aor., (fiovXti), take counsel, deliberate, B 
347; with ^ovXyv, -dg, 1 75, K 147; 
discuss, discourse with one another, A 
531, V 439; ig ^iav {(^ovXijv), B 379, 
harmoniously ; m e d i t a r i, meditate, n, 
K 311; devise, e 179 (mid., B 114); 
suggested this plan, e 23; bethink one's 
self, oTTwg, t 4ii0 ; think of, with inf , c 

PovXif, ^c» Vf consilium, (fiovXo- 
fiai), (I) will, Aiog, A 5, M 241 ; and de- 
cree, Zi]voc, (9eatv), H 45, P 469 ; plan, 
/3 372; designs, counsels, AiSc, N 624, 9 
82; 9iwv, X 276; cf. 437 .—(2) prrposal, 
counsel, k 46, ^ 337, ft 339, K 43 ; aptarti 
(fiaivtTO, freq. irvKnr^v riprvvtro, c al- 
ii dum struebat consilium, B 55; 
\i\. plans, prjTicwvTeg, T 154, B 340. — 
(3) discernment, shrewdness, A 627, N 
728, I 54, X 177, fi 211.— (4) council of 
nobles, cf s e n a t u s ; opp. dyopdj c o n- 
cio, y 127, B 53, 194,202. 

PovXT)-<|>6po99 01, {<pip(jj), giving coun- 
sel, advising, ayopai, i 112; ait'/p, A 
144; dra^, M 414 ; also subst. counsel- 
or, E 180, H 126. 

PovXof&ai, (also fSoXirat, -eaBe, i^i- 
XojTo, a 234), only pros, and ipf., 
{(invXr]), velle, (1) decernere, rivi 
Tt, grant, accord, H 21, 204, P 331.— 
(2) icish, with inf (and ace), tv, X 358 ; 
l3ov\iTat, A 67, is subjunctive; psyo, 
desire greatly. — (3) malle, prefer, p 
187 (t 96); with and without following 
?/, p 228 ; with ttoXv, A 1 12. 

Poi;-XvT<5v-8€ (X?'a>), the sun bejran to 
decline toward eventide, lit. toward the 
time of unyoking plot/gk-cattle, t 68. 

Pov-irX'qY^ from -ttX?/^, (irXriootv), 
with the ox- goad, Z 135f. 

Bov-irpounov, cio (irepdv, cf. Ox- 
ford), A 756, 760. (II.) 

Povs9 »/, <*>, dat. pi, (36t(T<Ti, ace. (^oac, 
ftoi'g, h OS, usually fcm., cow, the cows of 
Helios, fi 379 ; yet also masc, hdl cfc.» 
^ ox, in which case auovYvet '^JorciSa qS\«^ 

added 10 iQake tha gender more clear 
dptrtvi>{s), raipoio ; pL e^ittlt, kine, jSuiui 
ipja=dpoais,pbnigtied]anda; slaugh- 
ter catlle, IffHUf (V (cf. O 633, y 450) ; ad- 




EAmc, ipiiiituiv, 6p9(. . , 
symbol of flighl, pecorum ritu, A 
173. BoSiv ayiXm, herds of cattle, con- 
stitnte the chief wealth, cf. uX^toi^oiii ; 
hence Souir 'i^ffipa, perh. cosllj (usual- 
ly explained as mighty), «(oqi'a,Y S60: 
as means of exchange and measure of 
value, 4- 885, see li-najioiwv; bestowed 
as prizes in athletic contests ; tfpai 
25^ horn guard just above hook, 
prevent flan from bi^ng off the line; 
p'oAc fio6c (cf. Pobe 0otitir, S 582), ox- 
liide,T37e; shield of ox-hide. K 155. 
Also na fern. subsC, (ace. j(3uf), ox-hide, 
H 47«, untanned; the Meld made from 
the same, HaXltiv, H !38 ; ami, M 

Pau-^ivtor, 3 pi. ipf, (^uvq), were 
tlaa^tering cattle, H 466t- 

Po-writ, osufllly jtorvia "Hpij, roc, i, 
A 551, ax-esed, Bath large, calm ej/es; 
Otherwise applied, H 10, £ 40. 

Soinfi, 6, lit. Herdtman, the constel- 
lation Arctnrus, a 2721. 

^aoSiKi iff. comp, f _ 
P^^tOLOTDi, tardus, aiots, 
Wtifij',* 310; Wof, K 226; in proverb, 

PpaSuTTJTi, rj, (^paiii), tar dilate, 
ibicneu, T 41 If. 

^T(lavi>%, a. (f, (i ftpnx'iuv), bra- 
c h i u m, aria, wpepvalo, shoulder, uri- 
;JoDui,flrm- [ — — ] 

?P^X<< 'PP''X*t 'P^-' creak, fikya, loud, 
E 83S: raUled, Suvuv, roared, * 9; 
duieJad aloud, of Ares, E 859 ; of 
wounded horse, II 468. 

Pp<V.u, -.ra<, (fremo), roar, B 210, 
S399. {11.} 

Pp^^oti ra, ace. qficovov, mule^n^ 
yet m the womb, V SSSf. 

Bpcxfulv, T6v,/oreh/ad, E 686f. 

BplMpiuf = Aiyaiwv. name of hun- 
dred-wmed waitr-giant, A 403-|-. 

ppwip^ .?>■, {/3|D.«prif, 3pi-e,u). gra- 
vis, Aeaej, only of helmet, a 375, T 
381. (ri.J 

ppliorra ( ,3npuc ), diinc!!/, i 

(fipiOw), Ktlh tie uti^ 
t.yponderout, only witb 
(SopuK.a too. 
IplAp; prs., tpf. ^pieov, aor. fjSpuFo, 
^ass. only pres. part., e 307 ; also pert 
act. liifipiOi, and plnpf. lii^piOa {ffa- 
pui;), gravare, nwijS (town, 6 807; 
turgere,5e/uir</,£ S6I; nvi, r 471, 
r 112; ritcii, ■ 219 ; be drenched vriih 
water, n 384; urgere^ cAajja, ti 346; 
fa tuperior through gifls, £ 159; (3(y3pt- 
Svia, heatg, only t 385. 

Bpiinvt, ^g£, king and priest in 
Airpvjjotfuc, A 392, 1 132, 274; father 

Bpungit, Uo^, daughter of Bprniut, 
the occasion of the fiiicic nqXifiafiw, 
A 18*. (II,) (See cut, after a Fana- 
tbenaic Amphora.) 

bj., (lipi^oQ), buxi, n 
; cracldmg, 3! 

lipnvrdia, only ai 

. , (i)PprfvTi)ff<, only 

of Zfi^e, Ihimderi /iiyak', lnvvv, lou4 
terribly; ojjwJic, peal on peal. 

', dread tiiinder, 4 199. 

, hum 


PporiarTa, ntr. pL, (/Spiiroc). crueii- 
talit,blBo^,!vapa,S 509. (IL) 

ppvTO-XoiY^t, only siag. n^asc, of 
'Apijc and of heroes, num-datrei/iitg, E 
31. (llandC 115.] 

Ppvr4s,o5,(orig.ppDTuefrom pgpoc. 
mors), mortalis, morta/, ndj. avqp, E 
361, and sabsL T !, Ol'I1^ol(r^ y 3; 
ittXoioi, otl^vpaiffit txtp6irfitvit iirix^o- 
><iO£; I* 331, KarariBuiiSiTOi, homi- 
DiB mortui-, T 248. 

Pp^TW, Tuv,/if\avo.iii 189,elsewlL 
(IL) fli/iarwira, Uuorl yitmi a tooumd, 

^oToiii, oa]j fhppntwfiiva, cra- 

entala, 50ry, r(llxfa,X 41t. 

Kxue, X 278 and x '1"^' 

BpvmuX, town in AoKOiniiit, 

/3pi.x""f"". only pf- P'Ppsx*. ■ic 

' IV, 3 aing. , roar ; (JWab, fail- 
le with death wound, N 393, fl 466. 
>pfl« (ffXim), effloresoit,<!v- 
Ofi XiuiY, m«Si aith white btooni, P 


Pp^^ r^ aod -t))', (j3il3|Muct«u), 
eibi,/o«l,ie379. (Od.) 

/boo, alwavg with wiimc, poInB,(friBi. 
(Od.,Bnd f 310.) 

P».T«v, rqv, (^,^™.X cibam, 
/offli, T 205 and a 407. 

PvpXtvor, rri. ottAoi'. lit. taade of pa- 
pifna = braided, licitled, ip 391 f. 


BtKrcra-SD|UvHV, pres. part., and pi. 
ip£ ^uaaodu/ifvav (jiunaog, ^i/iu,), hI- 
wiva with taicii {totvi), p 66, Mereft^ 
lioW (Od.) 


, _ , (if,i 134t. 
SuXot, i:>,gU-l>H, clod, a 3;4t. 
P»V»h, 0. llimvw), graduB, .(g^ 
lOU; Hand, rack, B 441 ; csp. altar, 
imokiug, fragrant with inceuKi 
;W^qrov, A 448. (See cut) 


Bupot, (1) Maioniar, father of *oJ- 
(rroc, E 44t.— (2) son otnipiiiniK. hm- 
band of noXu^wpij, daughter of riijXiuc, 
n I77t. 

Buv, ace, fron ^evs. s c d t n m. iHeld. 

pwravn, aor. part from ^ixiiii. 

pnxTTpciv, inf. — imp., call loadlgBpon, 
f 124t. 

PciiTt-fi«£pII, maB-Buurtjiinj/, Jrml- 

ful, A 15St, 

oiw), avipfs, paa. 





7a^a, riQy »/, terra, earth, (1) as di- 
vision of universe, p 386 ; opp. heaven, 
tS 174, e 16, Y 58, € 184, a 54; opp. 
sea, e 408, fx 242, 282, 315; worlds P 
447, Q 351, <T 130. — (2) countiy, land, O 
81, 284, 555, ^119; particular land, 
A 254, H 124, £ 280; fiative country, V 
244, a 21, V 188.— (3) surface of earth, 
ground, N 508, A 245, 6 65, 4» 168 ; virb 
yaiav, T 259 ; fruitful, rill; place of 
iuriLd= grave, y 16, \ 549, v 427 ; pul- 
vis, H 99. 

Favo, as deity. Tell us, Earth, O 36. 

Tw,if[ioy v'lov, son of TaTa, earth-hum, 
Ttruof, j;324t; cf. \ 576. 

ycui^-oxos (*X"')» earth -possessing, 
eau'ih-surrounding, epithet of YioatMuiVy 
1 183, a 68. 

yaicav, pres. part., (yat'w, gaudeo), 
wv^ii, exulting in his glory, A 405. 

yaXo, aKTOQ, ro, 1 a c, milk, E 902. 

YaXa-OT|vovs, rovc> (9fja9ai), sucking, 
tender, d 336 and p 127. 

FaXaTcia, name of a Nereid, 2 45 f. 

yaXijvTi, ijv, r), {yd\a, yeXav), smooth 
surface of water, calm of the sea, u 168. 

YaX.^<{>9 wv, dat. sing., nom. gen. pi., 
glos, husband's sister, V 122. (II.) 

yaf^Pp^s, 6, (1) gener, son-in-law, 
Z 249.— (2) brother-in-law, N 464 and 

ya[UtOf aor. iyrifjie, yrjut, uxor em 
d u c e r e, m^rry = QetrOai yvvalKa, 72 ; 
mid. yafxhaOai, aor. yrjfiaaOai, to give 
one's self in marriage, of the woman, 
Tivi, n u be re ; but in I 394, fut. yn^ea- 
aerai, of the parents, to get a wife for 
their son ; a 36, took as his wife. 

yaf^'OSy o, marriage, p 476 ; mairtage- 
feast, T 299, a 226. 

Yafi.<|»T)\^<n,, dat. pL, (yofjupog), 
maxillae, jaws, N 200. (II.) 

Ya(«,\|/-wviixcs ( yvafi-TTTOQ ? ow^ ), 
alyvTTioi, with crooked claws, 7r 217. 

yav6a)VT€^y owaai, {yaiw), gleaming, 
XafiTTpuv; Tj \2^, bright, luxuriant. 

YttvvTai,-i/roi, fut. -vuffntTai, (ydvoi;), 
g a u d e r e ; (/ipkva, glad at heart, N 493. 

I raw(&i{8i|s, son of Tpdtg, cap-bearer 
! of Zeus, E 266 and Y 232. 

I Y<*P (r^> ^P"f y^i B 39, X 580), al- 
; ways second word in its clause, ap- 
parent exc, like p 317, explained by 
considering that the two preceding 
words make but one idea ; particle de- 
noting immediate, indisputable certain- 
ty, yes, yes doubtless, namely, for. — I. in- 
dependently, without relation to an- 
other clause, (1) in declaration, A 408, 
p 78; r) yap, A 293, 342, 355; dXXA 
yap, but yet, H 242, jc 202. — (2) after 
relatives, K 127 (r dp?)-, and in a 
question, after the interrogative word, 
e. g. TTwc yap, etc., e. g. k 337, 383, 501 ; 
emphasizing (cf. Sij), K 424, 2 182.— 
(3) in wishes, with opt., «i yap, N 825, 
p 513; at yap (Si)), B 371, ^ 244 (A 
189, t 523). — II. with relation to an- 
other sentence, (1) which may be 
co-ordinate, and connected by a pron. 
(ry, then, therefore, tCjv), or bv a conj., 
P 227, H 73, 4 496, v 273.— (2) which 
may inclose, as a parenthesis, the clause 
with yap, M 326, a 301 ; thus esp. freq. 
after vocs., ^ 156, ic 174; and after 
aWa, K 355, cf H 328 sq.— (3) which 
has its truth confirmed,/or, A 9, 55, 78, 
120, 177 ; yap may even be transferred 
to the preceding, instead of remaining 
in the following sentence, e. g. A 81, B 
123. — (4) which thus receives explana- 
tion of its meaning, to wit, namely ^ A 
195, S 86. Joined with other particles : 
dWd yap, but really; yap drj,for of a 
truth ; yap ovv, for indeed ; yap poy 
for certainly; yap re, nam que; yap 
roi,for surely. [>-' ; in arsi d.] 

PapY&pov, TO, south peak of 'iSri in 
Tpoirj, S 292. (II.) 

Ycumfp, (peg, ri, (and sync, forms, 
-(TTpog, -iTTpi), venter, {\) pit of belly, A 
531, E 539; womb, Z 58.— (2) belfy, 
paunch, 11 1 63 ; hunger, ^ 1 33 ; fasting, 
T 225.— (3) paunch stult'ed with minced 
meat, blood sausage, u 44. 

Y<i<rTptiv, rriv, belly, of a caldrcn, 

Y<ivXo£y 01, milk-pails, i 223f. 




ydovwsia, see dovirkia, 

Y^ enclitic particle, Lat quid em, 
nsed with great variety of meaning, 
often untranslatable, (1) restrictive; at 
all events, at hast, A 60, 81, /3 62, a 
229 ; yk /lev, hui yet, B 703 ; often to 
emphasize a relation subsisting between 
two parties, also doubled, e. g. ck yc, 9 
488, r 143; cf. trpiv ye, A 97. — (2) 
causal, A 352. — (3) emphatic with voc, 
r 215 ; esp. with pron., A 173, 216, 261, 
525, a 46, 47, 163, 226, 403 ; with pron. 
in second member of the period, r 409. 
— (4) ye often seems to be used only 
to give greater force of sound to a 
woiS, e.g.0 yt, cf. hi-ce, hie, in Latin, 
a 222, ^ 132. 

yvfdlaaxy -aa)ra(c), pf. indie, and part., 
from yiyvofiai, nati sunt, B 866, ^ 62, 
«tf 84; usually =€iVtV, iovreg, e 35. 

Y^yviOc, ci, pf. and plupf., from yr]Qkit}, 
gavisus est. 

Y^ywvc, pf. with pres. signif., inf. -tiv 
and 'kfiiv, part -wy, plupf. 1 sing, tyi- 
ywvivv, 3 sing, -ec, also 1 sing, and 3 
pi. ytyiavivv, make one^a self heard (by 
a call, as is often specified, M 337, 8 
227 ; € 400, oaaov re ykyutvi (SoffaaQ, 
as far as one shouting ccm be heard), 
Tivi, cry out to, iHi 469, p 161 ; in dis- 
tress, /i 370 ; Q 703, shouted throughout 
the whole city. 

yeyiavkio, see ykytavt. 
^■Vi{v<at> ofjievip, ipf. -ofjiiOa, aor. 
lyiivdo, aro, ytivarOy -aaOai, {yivoQ\ 
prs. ipf., nasci, to he horn, X 477, to a 
like fate; aor., gigno and pario, 
heget, bring forth; K 299, brought forth 
to Tyndareos. 

TcCrovfS (nom. ydrojv), vie in i, 
neighbors, $ 16. (Od.) 

ycXaard, ntr. pL, (yeXao;), ridicula, 

(yeXaoi), prs. YcX($<tf, part. yeXotovTsg 
and 'toovreg (false reading 'oiwvTeQ, v 
390), ipf. 3 pL ytXtixuv, aor. {i)ye\a(T- 
(w(v), 3 pi. yiXaooav, part. yeXaffoag, 
also forms with one o, (ykXog), ridere, 
kmgh, t)Sv, dxpaov; t7ri(ri), laugh at, 
laugh over, iv avrif, at him, B 270; 
my heart laughed within me, (413; 
X«'A«<n, of feigned, forced laughter, O 
101 ; yvaOfioXg aXXorpiomiv, u 347, with 
distorted grin ; )(9u)v, T 362, was smiling. 

ytkoitav, incorrect reading for ye- 
XkHitv, see yeXdw, ridebant, v 347. 

YcXoCiov, ntr., (yiXajg), ridiculnm, 
B 215t. 

yeXoiiovTtc, false reading for ycXciov- 
Tsg, see yeXdu), ridentes, u 390. 

YcX<Sa>, hSoivtcS) -cSovtcs, see yeXdut, 

YcXftfs (dat. '(ft), ace. -u> ; and yiKoi^ 
dat. -^i, ace. -ov, risus, aafitarog, un- 
extinguishable = uncontrollable laugh ; 
tx^t Tivd, indulge in, be overcome by 
laughter; a 100, laughed themselves 
almost to death. 

ycvcif, rig, r), (ykvog), genus, (1) de- 
scent, origin, race, $ 157; of animals, 
E 265; home, a 4U7 ; family, Z 145; 
joined with roKog, o 175, birthplace 
and its young; gens, house, a 222, Y 
306 ; descendants, ^ 1 9 1 , d 27 ; rank, A 
786. — (2) generation, Z 149; plur. only 
A 250; aetas, age, yci/c^^t dirXoTtpog, 
etc., B 707,0 166. 

Ycv^OXt), Tjg, t), only sing., (yevog), 
origo, race, stock, dvat (Ik) yevkOXijg 
rtvdcaliquo oriundum esse; rwv 
yfvsOXrig iykvovro, there were bom to 
him six of their stock, E 270; cf. T 1 1 1 ; 
B 857, home of silver. 

YCVCioScs, ac, beard, ir 176f. 

ycvfcaw, aor. part. 7€vcii^<rovTa, he- 
ginning to grow a beard, <r 176 and 269. 

ycvckov, ov, if), m e n t u m, chin, atj/a- 
fxkvri 'Odvofja yevtiov, t 473, as sign of 
homage, elscwh. as supplicantium 
gestus, attitude of suppliants, A 501. 
(See cut under yovvovfxai.) 

yiv€a%9y t), (ykvog), origo, source, 
Oeujv, irdvrtttai, 'QKiavog. (S.) 

YcvcTTJf, rijg, {ytvkoQai), only Ik, 
inde e natu,yrom the hour of birth, 
o 6. 

Ycwotov, ntr., {ykvva), ov fioi, non 
ex indole mea est, suitable to one*8 
birth, or descent, E 253t. 

yivos, iog, ro, {y'lyvo^ai), genus, cf. 
yivii)', (X) family, Z^ 35 ; race, as a whole, 
dvSpojp, t'lfiiOtwv dvSpuJv, ftoijjv, — (S.) 
generation, y 245; aetas, age, F 215. 
— (3) sdon, Z 180. — (4) extraction, ykvog 
ti^i (Ik) Tivog, aliquo ortus sum; 
also of the home, o 267, B 852. 

Y^VTO, 3 sing, aor., prehendit= 
Xd^ero, with ace. 2 476, N 241. (11.) 

yiwst »/» pl- -wwv, ace. iig, maxilla, 
under jaw; also of jaw of boar, A 

Ycpoidsy £ ; ai, dg, sen ex, old, aged^ 
with drra and iraKai^wk^, ^ ^^V 




freq. o y., A 35 ; fem., Z 87 ; comp. 
-aiTepoQ, or, s e n i o r ( e m ). 

YCpaCpcis, -dVy prs., ipf. ytpaipev 
(ykpii(:)j honorare, show honor, H 321, 

rcpaurT<Ss> ovy promontory of Ev- 
/3om; now Geresto, y I77t. 

Ycpdvwv, gen. pi., gruum, from r) 
yfpavoQ, cranej V 3. (II.) 

Ycpapdv, ace. mase., comp. Horcpof, 
r 170 and 2\\, stately. 

7^pa99 roy pi. 7^pa, honor, A 323; 
precedence, prerogative, \ 175; gift of 
honor, A 118 ; rendered to the gods, A 
49; gift, v 297 ; Oavovriov^ lust honors 
of the dead, viz., burial, the thrice-re- 
peated call, the funeral mound, and a 
column,^ 9, w 190. 

Fcptjvtos (fTTTTora), Nftrrwp, from Fe- 

Sijvot,' in ''HXic, B 336. Others place in 
lessen ia. 

Y€pov<ru>v, ace. masc.,(yf|oa;i/), sena- 
tor! um, beioi)ging to the old men of the 
cotmcil^ of wine, v 8 , of oath, X 119. 

7cpci>v, ovTOQ, (1) sen ex, adj., aged, 
A 358, O 100, ^ 85 (roLKog, ytpovj ve- 
t u s t u m, old, X 1 84 ; subst., old man, 
opp. vioiy 1 36, Trat^aj;, 9 518; oKioio 
— Nrjpkwi;, ripwrt wf, <PupKvvog, old man 
of the sea; honorable title of Aaiprric,j3 
227. — (2) elder, me?nber of the councilor 
(iouXri, cf. Lat., senator. 

Y€v<r€Tai, -cofuOa, -(jeaBai, fut., aor. 
inf. yevaaaOai, (ysvio), gust are, taste, p 
413, TcpotKOQ; elsewh. tig. ironical, <p 98, 
T 258; temptemus inter nos, try. 

YC<|»vp^, ai, ag, agger, dam, dike, E 
88 ; TrroXi/^oio, o r d i n e s, rows of 
combat, i. e. of combating hosts, A 371, 
e 378, 553. (11.) [- ] 

'Yc<|>vp»<rc, aor. from yt<pvp6w, exag- 
geravir, dammed it np, ^ 245 ; made 
a causeway, O 357. [v] 

Y^i, ih terra, earth, v 233, y\/ 233, * 

Ftj, r^, dat., T el 1 u 8, Earth, as god- 
dess, T 259, r 104. 

YnOci, prs., ipf iyrjOetv, etc.. also fut, 
aor. yfjOri<Tf, etc., pf. yiytjOt, plupf. -Bn 
(yri98w), gaud eo, rejoice, Ovfitji, H 189 ; 
Kara Qvjiov, N 416; <ppiva, Q 559, in 
his heart; so also with ijrop, Krjp, Bv/xog 
Tivi (tivoq), N 494 ; at any thing, n, or 
with on, ovvfKa, and follg. clause. 

Yt|9<Krv»Ti, T^,{yT]Bku}\forjoy, N 29 
and* 390. [v] 

YT|0<S<rvvo9, i|, '01, laetus, Krjp,glad 
at heart ; because of something, rivt, N 
82, t 269. 

YT|p^» see yrjpdtTKU}. 

YHpo^y aog, a'i and at, ro, (yepfrii/), se* 
nectus, 3i 86; Xvyptji, in a wretched 
©Wage (opp. r 368), xaXfTrov, (rrvytpif ; 
*C 7'//o-» up to old age; (x^tv yi?p., a> 
249; e^et rtva, 2 515; eicavct, iireiai; 
tiri yifpaog ovSqi, on the threshold of 
hoary old age, o 348. 

YTIpaoicci, prs., ipf yrfpaaKi, aor. tyripa 
(iyiipa), part. yrjpdg,(yijpag)f sen esc o, 
grow old, P 197 ; of hale old age, d 210; 
maturescit, rtjven, 17 120. 

TIpvSs r), speech, A 437 f. 

TCyn.vr€9f dat. tofft, Giant-race in G/ot- 
i/aK(77, 17 59, 206, and k 120. 

yCyvoi&oj,, fut. etc. reg. as in Attic, 
aor. iter. yivkaKiro, pf yiyovf, see also 
yeydaci, plupf. yiyovm (yevog), (1) 
nasci, be boi-n, d 418, ^ 201, jc 350, fi 
130 ; crescere, grow, v 245, v 211 ; 
ame, n 634, 2 212, S 415, O 607, /i 
326 ; fieri, arise, begin, A 49, K 375, N 
283,^ .505,^417; obtingere,/ai/to 
one's lot, happen, [N 659], y 228, A 188, 
Q 45 ; c 299, what now last of all shall 
come upon me? — (2)=«Zj/cr£, /3 820, n 
87, K 157, O 490, T 386 ; exstare, A 
245 ; cwne tobe,Z 82, H 99 ; ini irfffia, 
come to ruin ; A 382, odov, and odoto 
Trpo ysvovTo, profecerunt, progressed^ 
on the way. 

YiY^«!Knco> (not yivwaKw), reg., bat 
aor. subj. yvwo), opfv, wai, inf. yvwfifvai, 
fut. mid. yvwff£at,(-gnosco), (I) sen- 
tio, intelligo. ^ercetve, uniiBrsiand, r 
160, TT 136, N 223, H 658 ; with 8rt, 8 
175, E 331 ; or\ P 623, y 166 ; wc, X 
10;« with £(, si, * 266; with obj. at- 
tracted from follg. clause, E 85 : with 
part., recognize, 532 ; nosse, know, X 
356 ; TivoQ, know, 36 ; learn to khoto, 
2 270. — (2) agnosco (of senses), reo- 
ognize, A 651, O 241. v 94; by hi.s 
sh ield, E 1 82.— (3) c a 1 1 e r e, understand, 
P 159. 

yivofiai, un-Homeric, see yiyvofiau 

yivuxTKiti, un-Homeric, see yiyvtatrKia, 

yXcLyos* TOf (yaXa), lac, milk, B 471 
and n 643. 

YXaKTo-<|>dY(i>v, gen. pi., (yn\a, 0ct- 
yehf), lacte vescentium, living on 
milk, N 6t. 

rXavKT), 'Sffpritgy 2 39 f. 




yXavxY^ctVypres. part, from y\avKidwj 
wUk glaring egeSy Y 172t. 

yXavKi), GdXaffffa, gleaming^ TI 34t. 

PXavKos, (1) *l7nro\6xoio ttoic, Av- 
riwv ayof, H 13; Z 119, guest-friend 
of AiofiifSiig. — (2) son of Sicrv^oc* 
father of BeXX«joo0oi/nyc, Z 154 sqq. 

YXavK-«*iri>s, idog, (ace. also -tv, a 
1 56), voc. T, only of 'A0i/i/i;, tw/A gleam- 
ing eyes, bright-:, glaring-eyed, a 44, A 206. 
The type of expression recognizable in 
Attic tetradrachm. (See cut No. 43. ) 

^Xa^pa^ town in Qi(r<ra\itj, B 

yXcu^p^, 17, 6v, (nom. masc. want- 
ing), cavus, hollow, esp. of ships, B 
454; of grotto, 2 402, /3 20, a 15 ; 
rock, B 88; ^opfiiyK, Q 257; deep, 
tpadous, fi 305. 

yXi^vi), tjc, ffv, (yaXijvri), pup ill a, 
pupil of eye, 1 390 ; 164, then, perh. 
because figures are reflected in minia- 
ture in the eye, contemptuous epithet, 
Himd coward/ 

YX-i{v€a, Ta, (radical syllable TAA), 
(gleaming) /etoe/ry, Q 192t. 

rXforaiB, avTO£, town of Botoiroi, B 

yXovt^v, ovg, ace, clunem, rump, 
buUocks, Ee&,e 340, (II.) 

yXiiKcp^, ri, 6v, comp. -wrtpov, (yXv- 
Kvg), dulcis, gratus, stoeet, dear, A 
89, ^ 194; ^doQ, dear to me as the 
light, 9r 23. 

yXvk$-0v|m>«, mitis B,nim\,o/mild 
temper, Y 467 f. 

yXvicvSy V ; fem. yXvKfprj, comp. -lujv, 
-tov, dulcis, tweei, A 598, 249 ; gra- 
tus, gratefiU^ Uwvoc, 'ifiipoQ', accep- 
tua, dear, 6 1.52, B 453. 

YXS<^t8&S9 rag, (yXvifKo), notches on 
the arrow, <p 419. (See cuts Nos. 96, 97.) 

yXuavojfig, tf, lingua, (l)^(m^ue, E 
292, P 618, B 489, H 161 ; rdnvetv, 
cut out the tongues 0/ victims, y 332. — 
(2) language, B 804, ^ 438. 

yXa^u^o, r^v, {yXuHfoa), end of the 
gtrap or thong of the yoke, O 274f . 
(See cut under ^vyov, letter h, No. 49.) 

Yva9|M»to9 ov, and pi. masc, (ykwg, 
gena), maxilla, N 671, tt 175; a 29, 
I would beat all the teeth out of his 
jaws upon the ground ; v 347, with dis- 
torted jaws, disfigured countenance. 

7vap.irT^» ntr., and masc. fem. and 
ntr. pL, (yvdfiiTTui), (1) clir v u s, curved, 


5 369.— (2) Jlerible, pliant, of limbs of 
living beinjiF, 1/ 398; metaph. j9&<ca6/e, 
voijfia, Q 41. 

yvd^}^€y aor., (ym/uTrrw), iv — , sup- 
plantavit, bent in his knee, tripped 
up, ^ 731 ; vwo — , bent under, passed 
under, Q 274. (See cut under tvycv.) 

7vi^<rtov, ace. masc, -wi, (yivkaOoi), 
1 e g i t i m u m, genuine, v\6v ; opp. v69ov, 
K 202. 

yvvi (yow) tpiTTi, -iov, fell vpon the 
knee, E 309. (II.) 

Tv^, 'yvwii.cvai, Tvcoof&cv, aor. from 

TvwpliMK, notus, acquaintance, v 

7VUT69, 6v, fem. -ai, (1) notus, evi- 
dent, H 401, w 182.— (2) cognatus, 
relative, O 350, T 174; brother, P 35. 

(yoa'ui) yo6faVy -vrig, (yowvTeg), -vrag, 
-ocjoa, part, pres., opt. yodoifxtv, -doitv, 
inf. yoijfiivai, 3 pi. ipf. yoov, y6u)v, 
iter. yoda<yKev, fut. yoijfyirai, (yoog), 
lamentari. «o6, 9 92; esp. in lamen- 
tation for dead, wail, rnd, S 502, Z 
500,* 124; TTor/ior, U 857. 

Y6|&<^un, masc, with nails, with phis, 

6 248t. 

yo\rfi, r)v, {yky ova), proles, offspring, 
Q 539 and 5 755. 

Y^vos, 010, ov, masc, {y'hyova), 
origo, origin, a 216; proles, off- 
spring, S 12; commonly = f i 1 i u s, o 
218, Z 191, N 449, Q 59 {young, of cat- 
tle jit 130. 

rovticotra, »/, town near ITcXXf/i i;, B 

Y^vv, TO, all other forms with length- 
ening of first syllable, gen. yovvarog, 
yovvog, pi. yovvaro, yovva, gen. yovvwv, 
dat. -aoi, -iooi, genu, hnee^ KapnTHv, 
rest, tTTi yovva f^taOai, sit down ; yoi'n'a 
/(3Xa'/3(rai, tremble; Trfiyvvrai, are stiff; 
iiri and ttoti yovvaai, X 500 ; E 408, 
in gremio, cf. also iv yovvaai TrtTrrt, 
E 370; Qfivai ri iiri yovvaai Btov, as 
gift, Z 92; 9iwv iv yovvaai Kslrai, lies 
at the disposal of the gods, a 267. — (2) 
gen ua, as seat of pity, in j hrases like 
the follg., u\paa9ai, iXtii', Xaf^tXi', avri' 
ov 1X9^^, Xiaata9ai yom'u)v,G\Q., A 500 ; 
cf. Eurip. Iph. T. 361 sqq., 1069 sq.; 
Plin. Historia Naturalis, XL, 45. (K 3). 
— (3) as seat of physical power, strength, 
Xi'ittv Tivog ■yom'ara=8lay any one, and 
Xverai -youvara tivoc,^^^^ s>\\^"\VYAfc\ 



him : t. ipimi, bi long ss I can move 
my limbB. 

y6or, ipf. from yod u. 

Ihe dead, £ 316; rputfiuia. chilling 
weeping; fac^uufvroc. learful tameTHai- 
liuii; yiiovi' iritro Bupu^, his soulfure- 
boded death. 

Fopytfii, ijv, with Ef^Xq, bead 0/ 
the ropyii, e 741. 

ropyMtw, urn, son of Ilpia^oc and 
of KaaTidviipa, 6 aOSf. 

TopY"! ouf, If, a dread -iDspirtiig 

T6pTvr, vfOft city in Kp^rq, y 294 
and B 646. 

yaiiv, i. e. y' ofii', in ti 7' oiV. i/" ioiB- 
cmt; ifii y o6v, me quidem certe. 

Yowdteiuut prs.. anil Tut. aao/iat, 
(yoi-u). 8Q p p 1 i c 0, beietch, implore, nvd, 
(tjrip, JtpDc) nvoc, fiT UiB sake of. by ; 
yoiivuv, TOE^ui', by my knees, by (my) 
parents. X 345. 

Tomtit, leader of two tribes o( 
UiKaayei, B T48t. 

yainmy/ULy only pres., and ipf. yov- 
voiiaiv, \ 29, {yavv\ Bupplico, 
wichmf.,snpplican<lo vovere 
plicate and eoa la offer, jc .S2 1 . (See 
cut, from ancienl gem, representing 
Dolou and Ulysses.) 

Attica, becanM oT ils in-qni''' fbnn), 

cDrner, o 1 93 ; liAww, garden-plot, S G7. 

■VP^n«> TW- (ypm)i velulae, oJd 

tMMUM, a 43Sf. 

rpsto, town in Baiuna, B 406t. 

Vporrut, ra'f, nom. ^ ypavrie, 
(ypa^), KTiaAa, lu S29t. 

part ypti^'^s, acratch, fitffrave, Z 169; 
jwnefrote to, F 599. 

rpi^vlmt, river Crontctu, risiDf; in 
Mount 'l^iI,M 2lt. 

yPV^' YPtIv *"^ rPflSc. flat ypi)!. 
vfx. y^i^vfOii ypiiv,(yfpai(>s).oidti>omait, 
also widi troAoiricii, TroAoiq. 

-yilSAov, (HO, oini, ntr, (Hily 6wpi|iHi( 
(q. T.),«>BFexi^, N507i yMiXoioii/ j(pi|- 
ptl™, filled togelher of ctmnex (vteliil) 
plnla, O 530. (II.) 

FvYr.ii), XifivT), lake in Mpovni, T 
391. Wymph of this take. B S65. 

ytiUi, uv, ra. arlus,,^iiHi/», onW of 
arms and feel, 4r 627, £ 811, c 363; 
AuDvrai yuio (see yuvu), are wearied, N 
85 ; in death, H 16. 

yviovi, onlv fut. y»iM<ni, aitv, loan, 
e 40! and 416. 

yu^vi^ av, 0I-, n n d u s. tiaied, Z 136 1 
unawertd, Tofnv (i. a taken out of the 
yiupurni') ; usually vnanaed, drfeittUt, 
♦ 50. P 12a, X 124. 

yvitvnv, yitf.vmia9ax, aor. (f)yu/iMi- 
%, -fltiij, -OiVTa {yvjivoq), nudari, 
lag off one'i doAa, ! 2^2. i 341 ; 
with KCu.. X 1 ; aaproUckd, Imarmtd, 
M 389, 428; ai^alwted against at- 
tack, M 399. 

Yi^rUHiaf, Xii ^oiAa't;. mnliebri- 
bus dol is, tmmuBi'i designs. X 437 1- 

Ylivau|L&Wt, Toc., (jiaivofiat), nod 
after tamen, 'AAtCoi'Jpof, T 39. (_ll.) 

ySvalur, Siapiav, giJU to a woHuai, X 
521 and D 247. 

ywi^, yui'iiiicric, etc., (qnean, 
queen), vmrtaa. — (1) aa detigna^r^ 
sex. woman, female, O 683, Q 708, 
T no, A 269; d>i\tirfpat, B 520; as 
contemptuans epithet 6 163, X 19S; 
often with dislingnishing title, to mark 
occupntion, ifpi'^nc, rn/iiq ; in general 
signif, mulieres,T 301, Q 722; Sta 
yvi'airCii', 1' 1 7 1 ; y. Siiiiai, also with- * 
oat Siiaiai =maid-ieTranli, p 75, n 6. — 
(2) uxor, icife, I 160, 1 394. Z SIS. B. 

422, L 

162. 533 

vHm, Z 43»; 

Q 497.— (3) 


her*, mutrcu, € 193, X 48; gutm, r 
3M.— (4)opp.ei(^ni76; ewjrattiv.Y 
SOS ; □ 5S, has sucked tbe breast of a 

Fvpcd jrirpoi, X5pa£T(»' irirpijv, and 
rspqin, UBine of rocky cliSs neai 
ViUoc, 1500,607. 

yipAt iv lipimv, mtiiul-shoatdered, 

r«.pTvi»i|t=^'vpTior,S aiaf. 

riipTiivT|, tonn in niXaayiuTii, on 
a» river ni,wiAc,B738t. 

yij', only 'Yv»«, yv'Tit, lan, tuI- 
lnre8,X576,X *2,x30. 

fwpvryk Ty, bou-cate, ^ Stf. 

r=(l> a*. (3> a* a6, ? afln, ateo 
fa S aCruf and ii f Syi, see 2^ ad. tin. 

Ba (fid), insep. prefix w. inleneiie 
force, cf. Sd-imtat. 

4A-, pres. ii-id-(7«M (q. v.), aor. 
leSn', docnit ; r»^ n, ! 233, 9 44B i 
wilh inf.. ti 72. Id pasB. signif. pf. 

ii^Ac.i.e. J^ROUi.^SI 

335; rtvdc'i""'^''«"''anything,^4g7; 
aor. mid. SiSiovfao, experiri, tiat, 
Iry,T31Gi {uLlaii<nai,novtris,lh<m 
Aill htout, y 187 ; nvoc, r 325. 

S&ijjiomi, 1, a ; t ; fc (Jo^fiu'v, fi- 
Am). rtfocperitUB, iiti^in,^ 159; 
y 67 1 , irdvr&m' fpjtnai. 

taipvi, Sa^viu, Giu*p4V, eee AA. 

Vi.-i\f,ipa,voc. Siiip,p]. -ep,uv[=3 -], 
(Jaf i,;o, Lat levir),frttier marili, 
trother-iH-bu!. Z 344, Q 762. (U) 

8^^Ta^ sec Saiu, 

>•(, after Ti'c: qnii-nam, what 
praf, a 32i; T. L Wc J(- 


buMXm, 3, (,Sail-\a\ ikUl/vllg 
wrought, de&ale, gramfut, I 187,1315, 

«ra(« tkHykl^, theiraU, £ 479, i/' 2U0. 

SaiBaXav, Td, only r 337 1 elsewh. pi.. 
(redopL iA), piece oftkillful workmaa- 
fhip (in melal). ornament. S 1 79, E 60. 

AslSfXnt, famous axial and artiean 
from Ki^waof, 2 692t. 

Sattu, Tut. £u>, etc., pf. pass. ^E^nry- 
fiifot, (f oiu), lacerare, cleaee, tear M 
aaider, esp. wound, by a cut or thrust, 
pierce, aU iknttgh, with or without 
mention of the weapon; and go gen- 
erally, cut dotal, dag, B 416, H 347, 4> 
147; { 434, diEtde ; itidiyn. Iirop, f 
535 and X 236, coufossum, voundsl 
in the heart, tramjixei (dCi'i X"^"?)- 
Distinguigh fig. heart neni (hj grief), v 
3S0: mind txnfUtfi oi ^ided (ya pei^ 
plexity or in doubt), I 8, S 20, 

tSi-tcri^inav, gen. pi., (f off), yii{IfH 
tn &aUfe, « 146 and 301. 

SupjiviDf, I'q, of person laidiag 
wider tnjiuenc* o/ a god (laifxiuv), this 
influence may be friendly or unfriend- 
ly, hence the word has opposite sig- 
nifications; either odnuroifa, or more 
com monly , vtreifA, lucklaa aiglU, ' ttrattgt 
being' (Bryaat), J 443. 

Saf^Bv, oi>o£, D, divinit!/, (1) =9ios, 
A S2S, 261, ^ 196, 301 ; of specified 
divinity, r 430.— (2) numen divi- 
n nm. dtaine poaa-, P 98; as unfriend- 
ly, with Kneuf, rjTipy(prit,elc,,cu U9', 9 
1 66, death ; \a gOTtfinl, the dvovtiVty, \& 

SoMo) ' 

ito inflaence upon human life, hence 
laijioi'OS aTciii, etc. 

Sa(rv(D), aor. mid. from lairuiii, 

far'vu/ii, Sfurvrro, with pres. mid. ; 
ipf. (Jnivu'^Wa;™), aor. Uaiaa. and 
mid. SaiwpTO, opt. SairSro, pi. -unro, 
fuL Saiaitv, aor. mid. faiiTdniv-»,(laiai], 
dispertio, diMe. ^ttribalt, a portiun 
of tbod, taiTa; g've a narrit^- or 
JimtnU-feait, 1 3,'* 2Bi mid.,epulnri, 
/■^it, Q 66S, IT 408, r 42S ; coamme, 
fieii a/ion, e^ir cni iiiOv, i 162; icn- 

►iji', iatTo, SaiTTiP. 

JflIl-,(l)Bdl8M,U^, (!£,(<■ 

WiC, aia,)n), faces, p 
tpOnteri, o 310; torcAti a 
tiitiag of a trnwher of a 
tpliBtert boimd together, a 41 
2 4Sa. {See cuf.)— (2) *v i 
Ut {Snr,, liSiiFiv, T 18), ' 
Xvyp^, \ivya\iyj heat of com- ' 
Jot N 286. (II,) 

ioit, roc, >)< ^SO pi. JnircCi 
oc. (fauu, Saiwiu), portion, 
^ani iiat), due share; then, 
conviviniu, meat, banquet, 
a 925, r 124, I 487, A 424; 
^ 48, let us now complj' with 
the ineibwjon to the baaguel, odious 
though the feast be;=cibus, 3 245; 
IvTia latTdc, (able utensils. (The root 
syllable alwajs stands i n arsi.) 

iairT,, 8«iTT|S, iji-, Hv, pni, (lakl 
convivium, banqiiet,p 2S0; -iiBfv, de 

8aiTp<t!uv, inf., ipf. Sairpiiinv, ful, 
-tiKnuv, aor, -laani, (laiTpic), diiiribali, 
A 687; esp. food. {433. 

Utrpiv, TO, (Sim), portion, A a6af . 

dutn&Hfur, a 141. (See cut.) 

conrivae. iongueten, also Willi 
avap.Si',o4fi7,x 12. (Od.) 

Soinvot, j-qc. (^o'lu). ir, de cena, 
from the /««(, X 496t. [ ] 

aaiT«p,i)pn,ftTrc>jaii.e 275+- 

Sst-i^pM', orot. only sing, (ta'i-, totc, 
and ^puv-.p(>qv,"flanie-hearted").ut- 
Irepui. bi-ave. In 11. only of warriors. 
Ba3,Z 16a. A 791. S 18; Od. of men 
of peace and women, ^cieof, ikiUfitt, 
e 373, n 356. 

foioi, (I) prs, 8a((Mn, ipf. idit, pi. 
<!ul(»', in pass, sense : pf, lii^iiv, plupf. 
Setliit, pass. pare. lai6iiii'ov. tit <"''< 'pf. 
SaicTo, and aor. subj. mid. SaiiTai, 
(inf-if). incendere, kiTidk. Kt in a 
" ^ of fire, cities, etc., £ 227 ; pass. 

CC ! ftXt' ' 

8aLTpaQitvi|«, r^f, (fairpiic), art of 
IttTving and didrilivting, ir 253f . 

i<U7v^ivnt o>, dat. -tarn, (Jair^c), 

i,«rtife, i 13a (irtJ/w', M 466). 

—(2) Solrroi, -i/icvot, ipf. f(u(ni,an<l 
in tUciiieJ, in mid. aiitnif. dielrUnae, o 
140 and |>332; ^rxip. laceratur.A 48. 
idaiii, only aor. 3 sing. HiU, inf. 
BdH^tLv, mordeo, Me, S 58.*^; (rin?, P 
572 ; stung Heklor's heart, E 493, (II.) 
S^Kpv, rd, pi. ia, laiv, and Uxpfev, 
-oicri, and gen. of separation, -6^r, 
(^o'jt-..Q), Lat dacrnma, Goth. lagr, 
Eng. tear), lacrima, (ear, eep, common 
phrases, W.pi- (^iu.-, -ouoa, etc,, fi 24 ; 
n-Xfritiv, avarpqirai;), where sing, is col- 
lective =^ai(pun, j3 81; lipuv, (mm) 
ffdWiiv, ^H and 3(iro atr i^i^p^, 
intmi, pii i dpiip^aaSai, Ttpoovro. 

SupMciI, tdira, tv, lacrimosns, 
(1) vvqiing, 4> 493; tear/hi, S 801 ; -iiE)> 
yAainon, laughing through (eon.— {2) 
iear-briaging, udx^, lima, A 601. 
S^puov = ca'icpir. 

SoiMi irXciiu, not one word, bat two, 
swim in letirt (iaipv), r 122t. 

S^wpv ;(f<i>i',auira. etc, see each word. 
latpviu, aor. Bonpiira, a(i), part. 
facpuffoc, pass. pf. irlatpvoai, vmi 
(fdicpt), lacrimare. (W teart, pf. 
paca. , Se ttarfal, II T. 

BoWt, ^, lit/, masc, (^cP/iu), fr»- 
ftrand, alBvpifOS, blaiing tore*, N 

^AM, to this root be1ong.(l)pr8. 
Sa|i4f, uuiFi. — (2) Sofiv^ 3 sing, 
prs., ipf (i)ic(p™.-(3) SV^I". 
lyor, prs., mid, Sapt-^ {-aaai),aTai,aoiiai, 
part, Jn/iiin^ifvowc, ipf mid. 
pass, tit/iiiiiivos, plnpf. iiSpiifi^y, qro, 




'rifUffOof 3 pL 'tivTO, y 305, -ijaro, fut. 
act. dajAdtraofiev (mid. -tratrai) ; aor. 
da/jiaatriv (mid. -acrffaro, opt. -affaiaro) ; 
pass. 1 aor. dafAatrOri, aOiiij and imp. 
SfiTiQrjrui ; 2 aor. iSdffiriv, dafitv (^=idd' 
/Atiaav), subj. Safieiuj ijygf rjy, ^trt, opt. 
-«jj, inf. -rifjiivatj (domare, Eng. 
tame), (1) tame, P 77, ^ 637.— (2)^i>e 
as wife, rivi, S 432, T 301.— (3) oi?cr- 
power, /3ii70i, dvdyKy, Itfn ; weaken, ex- 
haust, 9 231 ; X"f*«» ^ *^88; (yri/3j7, p 
24 ; aWpy, nafidrtit, ^ 318, ^ 52 ; d\i, 
c 454; reduce to subjection (Z 159), 
pass., he subject to, T 183, E 878, y 304, 
X 622 ; overcome, dtdfioi^, fioXpa, x^^^i 
(^pkvag) oivtp ; rivd krritafTif irXriyym 
{3 244, foedare, disfigure) Aiug fid- 
(my I ; tt 105; Xotfioy, t/oof 9vfi6v, SJ 
316 ; succumb,^ 353, y 269; ^rtVe ouer 
tn/o an^ one'« power in battle, uvd rivi, 
viro Tivi, VTTO Tivog, n 434 ; x^P*^^ nvog, 
ifiri) x^P^^ (5ov/oi) uvog, viro CKqirrptp 
rivi, Z159;deicere, slay, dovpi, j^eXti, 
Stdfjirifuvog ivda tyx^t sp.(p, 3J 482; 
pass., be slain, fall by hand of, rivi, 
rivoQ Sovpi (xfptrt)i ^"^^ dovpi, vitj rtvog, 
Kfipi; slay, of arrows, A 478, E 278 ; 
Ovfiov, Si 439, held unconscious (elsewh. 
with Bvfiov, overcome, control, 2 113, \ 
562), conterere, shatter, Y 266, 4» 
401 ; mid., su/fject one's self, used like 
active, yet the following forms in pass. 
signif., Saftvaftivovg, and inf. ddpva- 
aBai, 6 244, and ipf. ddpvaro, A 309. 

Sfl^MLp, Ti, ra, ?), (SprjOtiffa, 2 432), 
uxor, unfe, rivog, v 290. [--, 2? 503.] 

AdfMUFo«, a Trojan, M 183. [^ ^ ^] 

A&jfcacrTOpC8t)99 (1) TXrjTruXtpog, li 
416.-— (2) 'AykXaoc. a suitor, v 321. 

Sofuifrty SaiMiu, 8d|jicv, 8a|ii]T|, 8a|jii]- 
|Acrau, 8a|ivcM», 8d|ivt||&i, 8a|&6(iKri, see 
A AM. 

A&rdt| 'Axpunrnvri, daughter of 
'Axpimog, mother of Uepffevg, S 319f . 

A&i^&oi, wi/, collective 30 _ 
designation of the Greeks 
who shared in the ex- 
pedition against Troy. 

Sovdy ntr. pi., {davog, 
iafiut), arid a, cby, 322t. 

SdoSy TO, {fidfog, SaPiut), 
facem, torch, fireltrand, 
furd xe/tMTfV ixov(ra(i) (Od. 
and O 647). [--] (See 

M-viSoyy -y, TO J (Tredov), ground, 

X 577 ; esp. pavimentum, /lavemenf, 
floor beaten until it was hard, esp. in 
houses, S 627 ; X 420, floor of mens 

8airTCi, ovm, kptv, fat. ddxi/ti, aor. 
tdaxpag, e, (daio), da pes), lac er are, 
rend,'S 831 ; consume,"^ 183. (II.) 

Aap8avC8T)s, son of Adpdapog ; llpc- 
apog, iXog. 

AapS&vCt), j), city founded by Adpda- 
vog,r 216t. 

Aap8dviai wvXai, of Troy, E 789, X 

AapSdvioi = AdpSdvoi = Aapdariio- 
vig (fem. AapSavidtg, 2 122, 339), in- 
habitants of Aapdavirji of same race as 
*lAioi, called also Tpiotg, in connection 
with whom they are often named as 
representatives of the i7riKovpoi,B 819, 
839, r 456. 

Adp8&vos, (1) son ofZevg, father of 
"'IXof and 'EpixBoviog, progenitor of 
Tpuieg (Aapddvioi), founder of Aap- 
Saviri, r 215, 219, 304. — (2) sou of 
Biag, Y 460t. 

8ap8dirTOv<n (Sdrrruj), only 3 pi. 
prs., devorant, der>our^ A 479, ^ 92. 

Adpt)s, Tjrog, priest ofH^aiarog, E 
9 and 27. 

SapOdvu), I8p£9c, aor., dormivit, 
slept, v USf. 

oouroUrKCTo, ScUracrOat, see dariopat. 

Sd-o-Kios, ov, fem., ((tkio), u m b r o s a, 
thick-shaded, O 273 and e 470. 

8our)i6s, 6, {Sarkopai), distributio 
(praedae), division (of the booty), A 

8d(rovT(u, 8(£<roxiTo, aaQai, see da- 

oa-c-irXtJTig, hard-smiting , dread, o 
234 ; derivation unknown. 

8d(n}-^aXXob (^paXXog), thick-fleeced, 

I 425t. 

8do-c{as, V, dcnsas, shaggy, ^49 
and 51. 

8dT^o|jiai, prs. and ipf., (3 pi. ^d- 

TEVPTO, SOVTO), fut. BdiTOVTai, B-OT. Saff" 

(rdptOa, avro, atrOai and iSdaavro, dd- 
ffOfjOai and darsaaOai, iter. daffdaKiro, 
perf pass. 3 sing. Sicaarai, (data)), di- 
V id ere, divide among themselves, ttu- 
rpioia, poipag, Xriida, Kpka, Kara polpav 
l(p' r'lpag, dvdixciy rpixOd, ^ 208, ^ 10, p 
80, 2 511 ; dissecabant, cut in sun- 
der, Y 394; conculcabant, were 
treading (to dust), awd vn. \Xv\^ ^^\ik&^ 




dividing, ^ 121 ; 2 264, share with 
each other the fury of combat, fight on 
both sides with eqaal fury. 

AavX(9> i^oQ, r)y town of $a>jc^ec, B 

8d^rg<n, dat. pi., (dcupvr}), lauris 
arboribus, with laurel or bay trees, i 


8a-<|>oiv6s, 6v, oi\ and 8a-<|>oivc<$v, 2 
538t, blood-red, B 308 ; tawni/, A 474. 

8^, particle serving to continue the 
narrative, usually untranslatable, and, 
farther, again, but, also, (I) introducing 
additional or corresponding circum- 
stances, A 3, 5, 10, 16, a 3, 4, 28, 44 ; 
in contrast, A 4, 20, 29, 57, a 19, 20, 
26 ; after niv, A 126, 141, a 13, 24, 66, 
the two uses often hard to distinguish ; 
after interrogatives, A 540; second 
member of antithesis often precedes 
instead of following, Z 46, fi 220, tt 
130. — (2) introducing an apodosis (cf. 
av), correlative, Z 146, \ 592 ; hypo- 
thetical, A 137, M 246, jn 54 ; in period 
consisting of two members, M 10-17, 
7 470-74; cf. A 57, 137, 193, H 148; 
d' dpa, I 100, T} 142.— -(3) adversative, 
in sentence inserted between the two 
members of the period, v 227; after 
negative sentence, t 145 ; to mark a 
fact, in opposition to a mere assump- 
tion (esp. vvv 81=), A 354, 417, B 82, a 
166, (3 79 ; the true in opposition to 
the false (rd de, rd di), x 32, v^ 152.— 
(4) con tin native, with causal force, ap- 
parently instead of yap, A 259, B 26 ; 
continuative, apparently supplying the 
place of a relative, A 162, B 209 sq., A 
541, a 3. 52 sq. ; instead of subordina- 
tive conjunction, Z 148, (S 3l3, i 292. 
— (5) recapitulating, after a parenthe- 
sis, /i 356 ; after vocative, y 247 ; 6' 
avn, but again, (t 48 ; de rt, A 403, 
B 90 ; 8k as third word instead of 
second in the clause, 9 540, ^ 299. 

-8c, remnant of ancient pron., (1) 
Toigdeam, to those there, otherwise 
indecl., e. g. o-Be, the one there, so with 
other pronouns. — (2) towards, -ward, 
KXiffirivde, olKovdi, ovoe SofJiovde. 

S^aro, ipf , {SiParo), and 8oaotraTo 
(Sf-aaaaTo), aor. subj. SoatraiTai, "♦" 
339. (AIF SfjXoQ), videbatur, ap- 
peared, Z 242 ; seetned, o 204. 

S^ucvos, see dsxopat, opperiens, 

hi^aoy aaai, dt|Ka, arjfitvoc, awg^ see 

8c8a£aTai, ScSaoTOi, see Bariofuuy 

divisa sunt. 

8€8aiY|ji^os, pf. pass., (^at^oi), la- 

8^8t)c, i{ci, see daia> 1, exarsit. 

8c8(ao'i, see deidto, veriti sunt, 

8c8i(nc<$|jicvos, o 150 = SciSicnc^- 
IJI.CVOS, 7 41, ipf. SeiBiaKiTo, (SiiKwpi), 
salutare, hid welcome or fareweU (iiy 
gesture), 8h ira'i. Se^irspy x^ipi. ( < )d . ) 

8c8|i,i^aTo, 8c8|i,T)|ji^vos, see AAM. 

8c8oicT||ii^os, see 8oKau), 

8^opK€, wg, see dipKofiai, 

8c8paYpivos, see dpdaaofiat. 

S^cXov = dfjKov, conspicuum, K 

8er, opus est, tV beJiooves, I 337t. 

8ck8€icTo, -8^x^'''^^> "^^i plupf. and 
pf. from diiKvvfii. 

8ck8if|iovcs {dii8io), timidi, r 56t. 

8c(8ia, i9i, ifitv, ifi€v, see Stidat, 

8ck8urK<$|i.cvos, see StdiffKofisvoc. 

8ci8Covco, iaOijj, imp., iaOai, inf. prs., 
fut. 8tidi^t<f9ai, aor. -aa9ai, (SiiSu), Sioj\ 
territare, terrify; only B 190, pass., 
trepid are, ./ear. (II.) 

8ci8oiKa, see StiSo). 

8ci8c» (always in first foot of verse), 
fut. dsiatrai, -t<T9ai, aor. tdduaag, f, and 
8tX(Ti, <sav, etc., pf. dtidoiKa, ag, «, other 
form 8c{8la, te, i^iev, iaai, imp. X9i, Ire, 
inf. -ifitv, part. -Xoreg, plupf. idtiSiifuVy 
Xaav, (dp I, Sboq), metuo, time o,fear ; 
revereri, stand in awe of, ^ 389, ir 
306 ; firj, with indie, e 300 ; with prs. 
or aor. subj. (after principal tenses), 
with opt. (after hist, tenses) ; with inf. 
when subject remains the same ; (ivi) 
9vinp, Kr)pi, Kara (ppkva, in one's heart, 
in one's thought; Trepi rivog, rtv&v 
TTcpi (rt/i0i) ; (fi«X') aivdiQ ; E 827, fear 
not so much Ares ; revereri, $ 389, 
revering Zeus Xenios, and taking pity 
on thee, tt 306. 

8cicXi'«io'as, aor. part, (^euAoc), qui 
c c n a V i t, having supped, or toward 
evening, p 599t. 

8cicXov {diiXri), vespertinnm, 
fifiap, p 606, late in the afternoon ; 
^tifXoc, vespera. evening, 4» 232. 

8€iKav<SwvTo, ipf., from -vdofiai, 
(StiKvvfjtvog, 8 59). consalutabant 
= extend hospitable welcome, by motion 




uf cups, O 86; or with words, w 

ditK vfUy prs., only Scucvvs and -vvfu- 
vou fut. SiittOj etc., aor. SeiKi ; mid. pf. 
3 pL dtidixciTatf plupf. 3 sing. dtiSiKro, 
3 pi. dtidixaroj (^(<"/)> monstrare, 
shoWf point out^ act. and mid., >i^ 701 ; 
(ffjfia, Ttpac, give a sign or jtortent^ 
teach ; mid., consaluto, make welcome 
(by gesture, or with words), icvTreAXoiVj 
hTtdiaaiy fivBoiq, J 196, d 59, I 224, 
671, A 4, X 436, ij 72. 

8c(Xt|, o/lernoon, <& 11 If. 

dfiXat, only ScCXcro, dedined toward 
setting ; v. L of Aristarchus for SmtTO, 
n 289t. 

SciX^y 17, 01/, (deitrat), ignavus, 
coward/if, N 278, A 293 ; wretched, mis- 
erable, 351 ; miser, P 38, X 431, * 
^23 ; esp. in phrase ditXolai fipoTolaif 
X 19, and d deiX' {StiKi), dtiXWf -ot, heu 
te miserum,etc. 

8ctfia» TOf (dtiaai)f terrorem, £ 
682t. . 

Sciuaro, ofLcv, see Ufiw, 

AcipAs, ov, {diidut), Terror, tenor 
0/ combat personified, A 440. (11.) 

Sckv^,^ 17, 6v, (^coy), horrendus, 
dread, terrible, B 321, 755 ; deivov dspKt- 
(rOaiy r 342, and dtivd idu)v, O 13, \ 
608 and elsewh.=adv. n 566, E 439, 
A 420, e 133 ; vast, great, H 346, O 
309, ffl 385; mighty, E S39 ; vener- 
andus, venerated, i) 22. (Orig. form 
hPfivuQ, cf. r 172.) 

$c£ov9y Tov, gen. from Uoq, t i m o r i s, 
cf. the form arrtiovs. 

ditirvkta, ipf. IScdrvcc, plupf. Sedei- 
rvriKii, also aor., (Stiirvov), coenare, 
take a meal,^ 111. 

8c(irv-t|<m>99 6, (dwnvsto), meal-time 
(afternoon) p HOf. 

Sciirv^offos, aor. part, from -/^(u, 
(davvor^ after having entertained him 
at his table, d 535 and X 41 1. 

Sciwovy ov, TO, (^Sdrrroj, dapes), 
censi, chief nteal (in the afternoon, see 
Uprrov, V 392), repast, B 381, K 578 ; 
f\fa9ai, p 176 ; food, o 316 ; fodder, B 

8c(f»a«y avTOQ, aor. part, from ckpio. 

ScipifSy y, i7>% a/, ^at, collum, cer- 
vices, neck, throat, V 371, T 285, 

8cipo-TOf&'4crcis» c(« fut., and -t/ffat, 
vaf, aor. from dtipoTOftiut, (ri/ivw), i u- 

gulare, cut Me throat, behead,'9r 174, 

Acur-ilivwp, opa, a Lykian, P 2l7t. 

S^Kd, dec em, ten; as U round num- 
ber, 1} 253, B 489; 8cKdKi9, decies; 
ScKos, .dSoi:, Eng. decade; S^KaTos, 
decimus, as a round number,^ 325; 
ScKax^Xok) centum milia. 

S^KTQ, Tip, {dkxopai), mendico, 

&KTO, aor. from Skxofiai, excepit 

8cX<^;vos, Tov, and -ivas, rove, del- 
phi ni, dolphin, * 22 and /* 96. 

8^^9> TO, (dsfno), frame, build of 
body, A 115 ; joined with d£og, ^vri, 
ai'dq ; freq. difxag, as ace. of specifica- 
tion, in Jigure, also with gen., like, cf. 
instar, A 596. 

8^|iivi(i, rd, (Sf(j^), wooden bedstead 
(with cords), r 318, X 189. 

dtfinj, ipf. 1 sing. S^i&ov, aor. tdnfis, 
(and mid. -aro), subj. diifiofitv, pass, 
pf. diSfiTipevot, plupf. {k)SeSprjTo, (do- 
mus). build, I 349, H 337. 

ScvSCXXttv, prcs. part., of doubtful 
origin, address one's self in turn to, ig, 
I 180t. 

S^vSpcov, fcy TO, (Si vSpov = de{v)-SpEp- 
ov, df>vg) tree. [ P 1 52, t 520 ; _ SI.} 

ScvSp^cvTi, dat. nia<-c., nora. fem. 
-tffffa, (divcpiitic), woody, i 200, a 51. 

Ac|&|i^, daughter of 'Srjpevg, 2 

Ac{ia8Y)99 i. e. 'l(pivoog, H 15. 

8c|i^, y, 6v, (Sixopai), (1) dexter, 
on the right hand or side, tTri h^td and 
6iKio(piv, N 308 ; esp. ct^ty [K 542, 
_Cn], ai, dextra (man us)*; also 
fides interposita, /j/ee/^e* of faith, 
B 341. — (2) fans t us, propitious, o 

Scltrcpoto, 6v, rjg, y, riv, ^0t = ^4$toTo, 
etc.dextri, A 501, A 377. 

Si|o, aor. imp. from Sexoftat. 

8c6ktwv, imp. from 6iw, false read- 
ing for Sidivrwv. 

8^09, TO, dtiovg. gen., (^fi'^w), ti mor, 
fear, .4 515; nihil tibi timendum; 
with inf., M 246. 

8^ira9, r/, ai and ai, pi. a, dwv, dtaat 
and aaai, (caTrru) ?), 
vase or cvp for diink- 
ing; only A 632, as 
miring-bowL (See cut.) 

SipKcoOa*, prs., ipf. 
iter. hpKiaKiTQ, pi*. cUo^kw, <bi^^ ^<(st. 




l^paKov, t u er i, look^ deivovj ffftepdaXkov, 
TTvp, with fiery glance, liri x^oW; 
joined with ^^v, live and " see the l.ght 
of the sun ;" bekoldy N 86. 

S^pi&a, n', art, ora, a<Tt, (^dspiu), hide, 
stripped off, pel lis ; skirif on human 
body, cutis ; hide dressed for shield, 
Z 117 ; skin prepared for bottle, /3 291. 

Scpixdrtvounv {hkpiia), leathern (row- 
locks), S 782 and 9 53. 

Sipov, ipf. from Sipu). 

Scprpov, t6^ membrane which contains 
the oo'vels ; penetrating into the intes- 
tines^ X 579t. 

dkpii), ipf. tdtpov, Sipov^ aor. iSfipav^ 
diipavragfSttip off" the hide, flay, A 459, 

8^(r)iaTa, ra, (^g w), v i n c u 1 a, X 468, 
head-band, (See cut No. 8.) 

ScopSs* 010 J 6y {dsio), vinculum, 
band, Kparepog, dpyaXsog, OvpaXyei^ 
vriXki, 6\o(fi ; xaXeirot;^ fetter ; halter^Z 
507 ; rivets for securing handles to tri- 
pod, 2 379 ; hawser, v 100 ; knot, 4 348 ; 
latch-string, 241. 

S^cnroiva, tjq, t), (dstnroTTiQ), mistress, 
also with dXoxoQ and yvvfj, y 403 (cf. 


ScraC (diui) Kaiofievai, burning Jag- 
ots, A 554 and P 663. 

8cvijar€<r6ai, see devto. 

AcvKa\(8v|9> 'I^o//cvevc, M 117. [i] 

AcvKa\((ov, wvog, (1) son of Mivutg, 
king of Kpi'iTTj, N 451 sq., r 180 sq. — 
(2) a Trojan, Y 478. 

Scvpo, 8cvT€ (possibly Ss-Ppcj-Oi, ds- 
fp-iTt). hue i, come here, 9 292; al- 
io ns V hither, devp' t^i, dye dtvpo, dsvr 
dyfTi ; often with subj. of exhortation. 

ScvraroSf ov, {diurepoQ), ultimus, 
last, T 51. 

8evT6, see hvpo. 

8cvT€pos9 V' *'*'» ^*» i'^vto), alter, se- 
c u n d u 8, ^ 265 ; with gen. of compar., 
y 248 ; -ov, iterum, with av, avrtc, 
avre; rd dtvrepa, second prize, ^ 538. 

l.Scvck, prs. 3 sing., ipf. iSevf and 
dsve, iter. dtiif(TKov, pass. -er«i, -tro, 
'ovro, drench, moisten, N 655, B 471. 

2. hvM, only prs. Scvcai, -y, opt. 3 
pi. Stvoiaro, etc., ipf. IStvto, fut. dtvrj" 
atai, -r/fff (T0rti , aor. ISsvTjtre, e g e r e, miss, 
want, Tt voQ ; 9vixov, vita p r i v a t o s, r 
294 : oi) StinnOni ovriu, will not be so 
toanting (in battle) (TroXt/ioi;) ; P 142, 
be dejitient in — , (nrof); be infrior to, 

(rivog) ; kStvrjve, with infin., i 510, it 
just missed hitting the rudder. 

8cxaTa^ S^x^*)^ ^^^ Skxofjiai. 

S^ofAoi, 3 pi. dkxarai, fut and 1 aor. 
reg., 2 aor. lo€Y|&t|v, SsKro, imp. di^o, 
inf. dkx^ai, part. Seyfitvog, pf. dsSt^o, 
ptc. dtdtyfisvoc, 3 fut SeSk^ofiat, (6iKa), 
excipere, accipere, receitfe, irapd 
TivoQ {ifihv trnpa, Q 429), tivoq ti, rivi 
Tin, receive cU hand of, v 271 ; accept, 
Krjpa, death ; await attack of, Y 377 ; 
iyX^ii etc. ; esp. 2 aor. await, with part, 
A 107 ; Tivd ownrt Xij^tu, I 191 ; tiV- 
vKiv i\9yQ, K 62 {htbtyfxkvoi;, A 124, 
n actus, having received at the hands 
of), stand one's ground against in com- 
bat Intrans. only T 290, sic mihi 
semper malum excipit malum, 

8ct|n{oxi9» aor. part, from ^lipo;, 
knead, fi 48 f. 

1. osto, aor. Stjo-cv, caruit, stood in 
need of, 2 lOOt (Sil, see separately). 

2. dkio, prs. imp. 8c<$vtwv, ipf. mid. 
dkovTo, aor. 07<t«, -aav, imp. -(ravrwv, 
mid. aor. iter. SriffdaKtro, plupf. pass. 
^6^£ro, -vro, ligare, vine ire, /fe, bind, 
men, SJ 73, * 30 ; cattle, i3iy, N 572 ; 
(ev) dtfffitji', tK TivoQ^ to something, k 
96, X 398 ; ^ 854 (ttc^oc, by the foot) ; 
oTrAflf dvd vrja, make fast tackle through- 
out the ship, /3 430 ; t per fid tTri icAjy- 
7(Tiv, to the thole-pins; irap' upfiamv, 
to the chariot, 6 544 ; rivd Ki\iv9ov, 
hinder one's journey. 

8tJ (cognate with jam, Eng. yea, 
yes ?), particle marking a conclusion, 
cf. in meaning, jam, with various 
signif., according to the words with 
which it is connected. — (1) in general, 
evidently, and of time, now, cUrefidy, rd 
di],just that, vvv Sij, at this very momeiU, 
B 284; now Jlnally; dri rort, then indeed^ 
V 92; ydp drj, for surely; ovru) Si], just 
so ; it strengthens superlatives, confess- 
edly the best, A 266 ; aAXot Bq, others, 
be they who they may; after interrogative 
words gives greater definiteness,T(f drf, 
quis tandem, who jt??'ay; -rry ^^, B 
339; in commands, strengthens the 
command, yet, only, A 295, 514, 545 ; 
common phrases, dye ^j?, agedum; Wi 
di}, lit) 6 if, only do not, A 131 ; so also 
with expressions of wish, al ydp drj, if 
only. — (2) in dependent clauses, utg Sif^ 
that tdthout doubt, A 110; o'vpiKa 6 if: 




6ecause indeed j Ivei Sfj, since now; in 
relative clauses, i^ ov Sfjy when once for 
aUf A 6; in temporal clause, ort dt), 
when now, as soon as ; in conditional 
claase, tl dfj {vv Sh)i if «<^«'» if reallt/, if 
at ail events, expressing a supposition 
which can not be contradicted ; in in- 
terrogative clause, H dfjf whether reallt/j 
a 207 ; in final clause, r) 'iva Sh, is it 
perhaps that thou mayest give as is to 
be expected? H 26; drf avrt, actually 
again ; ^, better Bri av, ai/re, ourwt;* 
pronounced with synizesis, A 131, 338, 
540, d 400 ; Sri is often merged by 
synizesis with following word, A 138, 
386, fi 330 ; yet never so, Sif tviira. 
hi} always follows the emphatic word, 
exc. in if^ tots, yap, irdfi'trav. 
^ifidy ^6*, diu, hnff, B 435, a 49. 

8ir)6^ckv, subj. SriOvvyaOa, ipf. SfiOv- 
vtv, {5r}9d), cunctari, Knger, A 27, Z 

At|iHc5«»v, iJvroQ, (hostes specu- 
lans), a Trojan, E 533 sqq. 

1. Sritoio, ov, (diSritf dainj, 1), hladnff, 
rvpf B 415 ; voXifiogf hot combat, A 

2. Si^ios, ov, h o s t il i 8, avSpa, Z 481, 
and hostis, B 544. 

At|XoirtTT)s, f}v, son of Upiafiog, A 

StitoTfJTos, I, a, nom. Srjiorfig, r), 
(Srfiog)j caedes, slaughter, usually 
with aiV^c, H 174. 

At|(-oxos, ov, a Greek, O 341 f. 

8i|i5«», only pres. forms, e. g., A 153, 
^ 176. 5 226, and ipf. pass., N 675 ; all 
other forms, prs. ipf. fut. aor. also pass. 
from dnfi6ia, pres. part. dyioVf more com- 
monly 6yin<t}v^ (Sifiog), caedere, con- 
c id ere. slay, cut in pieces^ x"X/c^, 
634; lacerare, rend, P 65; 2 195, 
fighting with the spear for — . 

AT)C-irvXos, <p, companion at arms 
of WkvtXog, E 325t. 

AT|i-irvpos, ov, a Greek, N 576. 

At|£-<|>oPos, 010, son of Jlpiafjiog, M 

SrjXsofAai, only fut. and aor., {SaXog, 
deleo), laedere, hurt, x«^*fV' X 368 ; 
violare (urrep, A 67), opKia ; nocere, 
harm, S 102 ; by theft, 9 444, v 124. 

8ir)Xiii|UiTa^ rd, {drjXiofiai), destroyers, 
II 286t. 

8v|Xij|&ova^ €C, nom. drjXfjfiiov, (driXe- 

oyiai), infestus, baneful, O 33 ; ^pO" 
Tutv, destroyer, (t 85. 

AtjXos, ^, 7/, a famous island, sacred 
to Apollo and Artemis, ^ 162t. 

SrjXov {ditXov), man if es turn, v 

AT)|&iiTT)p, repog, repa, (rpog, rpa), 
prob. = rij fJLtjrrip, Demeter; dvdaoTjg, % 
326, € 125, B 696 ; aicn;, barley meal. 

8ir)|jiio-/^cpYoC, workers for the com- 
munity, handicraftsmen, e. g. seers, 
physicians, carpenters, bards, heralds, 

8i{u,i09> ov, belonging to the people; 
public us; Srifnov, public affair; 6fj- 
fita irivHv, p u b 1 i c e, at public expense. 

8ir)|jio-P6pos, devourer of the people, 
of grinding, avaricious fiaoiXtvg, A 
23 If. 

8ir)|jio-Y^poKTOs, £C» iy'^p^v), eldtr of 
the people, r 149. (II.) 

AT)|ii^-8oKos, ov, name of blind bard 
in 2x«(0ii/, 9 44. (Od.) 

8ir)|iidOcv (drjfiog) dytipag, publico 
c o 1 1 e c t u m, having levied yrow umot^ 
the people, r 197t. 

At)|jio-k<$wv, (i>vra, son of Upia/xog, 
A 499t. 

AiffM-X^cav, ovra, son of *AvTrjvb>p, 
r 395t. 

AT)|jio-irT<$Xc|&os9 ov, a suitor of 
UriveXoTreia, x 266. (Od.) 

Srjiiios* ov and oio, 6, commons, com' 
munity, (1) civitas, body of citizens, 
opp. l3ovXi^ yepovrwv and (iaaiXevg, 9 
157; with TroXig, T 50, town and peo- 
ple ; so often =people, the public, e. g. M 
213 = ^^^01/ ai^j^p, un us ex plebe. — 
(2) country-district with its inhabitants, 
Z 158, I 634, Q 481 ; 'Ovetpcjv drjfiog, 
land of Dreams. 

8ir)|ji(^, ov, dat. ace, from Srji^iog, fat, 
of man and beasts, dpysri, A 818 ; 
TTiova, X 501, exuberant fat; ^ 243. 

AtiiA-ovX*^* ov, ^tXrfTopiStiv, T 

8i]v (orig. dPriv), d i u, long; ovri fidXa 
driv, N 573 ; ovd' ap (ovrot) in Sfjv, /3 
36, ^ 33 ; oixofJisvoio, /3 215. 

8ir)vai6s (di7v) fJidX' ov, minim e 
longaevus, by no means long lived, 

E 407t. 

8i]V€a, rd, (Sarjvai), c o n s i 1 i a, coun" 
sels, arts, \// 82, A 361. 

Syjuv, hyint), see Briioio. 




inf., -aa<t9ii}V imp. prs., ipf. iiriptoutvTo ; 
ali?o from HrjpioiJiai; aor. Sripiaai/rOf 
also aor. pass, in act. sign if dtipivQiiTiiv, 
{dt'ifjic;), contendf P 734 (with words, only 
h 76, 78, M 421). 

Sifpiv, rrjVy riccUiy, w 515 ; battle, P 

8ir)piv0i)TV)v (=dripiv lOiaQriv, P 158), 
gee bt)fiidaoQov. 

Sripdv, ace. masc. and neut., (^//r), 
diutnrnum, longj xp^^ov, S 206; 
elsewh. = diu, B 298. 

8ir)0'ao'KCTO, aor. from ^Iw, vincie- 

8i)<rc, from ^Iw,- (1) caruit. — (2) 

Srjw, Si{ei9> ofjiiVy ire J invenies, N 
260 ; Jifid out, attain, I 418. 

Ala=Zifvaf see Zivg. 

8ia, prep., I. with gen., per, through, 
A 398, r 61, 357, X 581 ; Ki'verjg did 
XaXKonapyov, M 183. P 294 ; ariiOi- 
cr0tv, E 57 : opeatpi, K 185 ; iirptirf 
S. Travrwr, was conspicuous even among 
all, M 104; throughout, amid^ i 298, A 
495, Z 226, I 468, N 755.— II. with 
ace. ( 1 ) per, through, throughout, A 
600, K 375, M 62, X 190, t 447, p 72 ; 
Sid (rrofjia dyeiv, in ore habere, to 
have in one's mouth, upon one's lips; 
trans, across, H 247, 9 343, K 298; 
of time, during, per, ^. vvktu, B 57, 9 
510, t 143; vvKTa di {dp<pvairjv), K 83, 
142, 297, 386, Q 363.— (2) propter, 
because of, A 72, \^ 67 ; ope, bg means 
of, 9 520, 41, 71, K 497, 9 82, X 276 ; 
auxilio, 'A9iivTjQ, 9 520. [^w,_w 
at beginning of verse.] 

Sia-Pakv^l&cv, inf prs., -/3/}juei/ai aor., 
traicere, cross over, w dia$dg,pkunng 
his legs far ctpart, i. e. pkuUing himself 
firmly, M 458. 

8ka-7iYV(i0<rKw, inf. aor. -yvOavai, 
agnoscere. recognize, H 424; di- 
gnoscere. distinguish. (II.) 

8ia-YXd\|/d(ra (yXa0a>), excavans, 
scoop out, d 438 f. 

ci-dyu), Si-ijyoLyov aor., transpor- 
taverunt. carry over, v 187t. 

8ia 8a(raoiccTo, 8i.a 8aT^ovTo, d i s- 
pertiebat, distributed, see dareofiai. 

8ia I8a\|/a«, e, see SdirTii, lacera- 

dia-Stpicofjiai, aor. opt. 8ia-8pdKOi, 
look through at, pierce through, ^ 

8k-€8T|Xiii<ravTo (SfiXiOftai), lacerar 

vissent, $ 37t. 

8i-dci, see dt-di^/ii, p erf lat 

8ia-ci8€Tai (tUov), prs. pass.,cerni- 
tur, is discerned, N 277; fut. mid. 
-ttfjiTat, prae se feret, display, 9 

Sia-ciir^ficv, inf., imp. SUiin (Ftitrt), 
^ 215 and K 425, talk over fully, relaia 

Si-drifxi, only 3 sing. ipf. 8i-dt|, 
better reading di-dti, prs., perflare, 
blow through, t 478. (Od.) 

8i-cOc(aKrc, aor., (9ei6w, 9hiov),fumi^ 
gate (with sulphur), % 494t. 

dta'9pvTrr(M>, aor. pass. 8la*Tpv4^, 
con fr actum, shivered, r 363 f . 

Siaivw, ipf. 8Caivc, pass, iiaivero, 
aor. iSiTjve, humectare, moist^ X 
495. (II.) 

Si-aipkii), aor. 8ia IXc, dissecuit, 
cut through, Y 280t. 

ha-Kid^io, aor. inf 8ia Kccioxraty di- 
scindere, split, o 322t. 

dia-Ktipu), aor. inf. 8iaK^po'aiy in ter- 
^umpere,yr««^ra<e, 9 8t. 

8ia-icXflUr«ra9> aor. part., (icXdctf), dif- 
f r i n g e n s, breaking in twain, E 2 1 ef. 

8ia-jco(T/i€b>, ipf -cK^triiicov, aor. mid., 
-tKofffjifiaavro, aor. pass. opt. -K0(Tfiri9ei' 
jjitv, part. -9kvrig,(K6crfioc), dispertio, 
dispose; x '^^7, put in order. 

8ia-KpX86v (Kpirut) dpicroQ, decidedly 
the best, M 103 and O 108. 

8ia-Kp(vw, reg., fut. 3 sing. -KpXvku, 
mid. -KpivUa9ai (also in pass, signif.) ; 
aor. pass. 3 pL -UpX9tP, opt. -r/oij/0ttr€, 
inf -Kpiv9iifitvai, pf. part. -KiKpXfiivai, 
(Kpivbj), separare, separate, B 475 ; B 
387, shall part the fury of the men, i. e. 
the furious combatants; cf H 292; 
pass., be parted, separate peacefully, V 
98, (i> 532 ; d i g n o s c e r e, distinguish, 
,9 195. 

8t-dKTopos, ov, 6, (didyu}), guide, con^ 
ductor, 'Apyti<p6vrrji', a 84; epith. of 
Hermes as messenger of the gods, and 
guide of Priamos, Q ; of Odysseus, k ; 
of souls of departed, w. 

dia-Xkyofiai, aor. 8i-cX^|aTo, oXXd 
ri Tf fioi ravra ^i\og — GvfJLng, why 
does my heart thus converse with me ? 
A 407. 

8i-d|i,T)af , aor. -dfidio, dissecuit, 
cut through, V 359 and H 253. 

6ia-fjii\ti(rTi, se^ fJieXeicTi. 




8ic-|Urp«oVy ipf., ('fUTpi(M)\ m eta- 
ban tur, were meaturing off, V 31 5+. 
8ia-|&CTpt|T^ metato, laid offy T 


SC-c|iOif>aT0, ipf., -aofiai, (fioipa), 
dispertiiU portioned out, ^ 434t. 

SC-a|ii-ircp&, also did d' dfjnrepsgj 
(rupiu)y ptercing through, (1) through 
and through, p e n i t u s ; successively, d e- 
inceps, H 171, x 190*^ ll.--(2)per- 
petao,ybre9er, conttarUly, \ 558, v 59 ; 
ijfiara iravra, S 209. 

Sl-(£v-8tx& {<5^X^\ bifariam; /uep- 
/ifipil^u}, hesitated between two resolvet ; 
I 37, gave them hut one of two things, 

8l-i^viJ<r6v, aor., (avvui), ovttu) — dyo- 
pnnav,Jinished narrating, p 517t. 

8ia irckpcv, aor. from Treipoi, trans- 
fixit,n 405t. 

Sia-irspBu), fat. 1 aor., and 2 aor. 
-ffirpa9o|&cv, ov, shv, evertere, over- 
throw, but ditvpaOtTo, o 384, eversa 

dia-rrkrofiai, see Si-iwrafjiai, 

8uir^irXijo'(rovTC9>part. from 'irXrjaou}, 
spiaUing, ^ 120 ; aor. inf. TrX^^ai, 9 507. 

8ia-irop0i^<ra«, aor. part, from -Trop- 
dcdi, diri per e,«ac^, B 691f. 

Sui-irpaOickv, aor. from Sta-vkpOu), 

Zia-irpi/ia-a-n, prs. ipf, (Trt'pac), eme- 
tiri, pass over, accomplish, keXbuOov, 
WiSioio; spend, iffxara, with part. I 
S26 ; Xeywv, Jinish narrating, 4 197, 
cf. p 517. 

8{ft-irp^, p e n i t a s, right through, with 
gen. after verbs of motion, E 281 ; 
without gen., £ 66, M 184, 404. 

ZUk-trp^aXov (Stairpo)^ penetrans, 
reaching far and wide, P 748 ; pierc- 

^-eirToCT)(rc, aor. from -TrroiEcu, con- 
terruit, start'.e amd scatter, tr 340t. 

8{rapirt£{ovox, auferunt, carry off, 
n 355t. 

8ia-p-paCovox, and fut., aor. -paloai, 
fut isM..-paiaw9ai, percellere, shat- 
ter, n 290; evertere, overthrow, tto- 
Xcv; perdere, destroy, a 251; dila- 
cerare, P 727. 

Sui iffffyta^oxy aor. from prfyvvfit, 
dimmpere, breakMirough, M 308t. 

Sia-p-pCirrooiccv (PpiTrriti), iter, aor., 
traiciebat, shot through, r 575f. 

iia-aivonai, only aor. SUtrovro, 
pervolavit, flew {charged, hastened) 

through, with ace. and with gen., O 
542, 6 37. 

8ka-<7JceddKvv/i{, aor. -ccnccS&orc, cie, 
disiecit, «caM6r, c 369; comminuit, 
shatter, i; 275 ; p 244, would he scatter 
to the winds all thy fine things = in- 

Sut-aKiSvoox, from -oKiSvrjiit, dis- 
pellunt, E 526t. 

Sia-oicotrlaordai, from -(TKomdofiai, 
speculari, spy out, K 388 and P 

8ia-(rxf^<i>, aor. -^orxto'c, pass, -taxi- 
irQrj, discindere, part, cleave asunder, 
I 71 and 11316. 

8ka Tdfi.c, 3 sing. 1 aor., subj. -rdfiy^ 
(tbuv(jj), dissecuit, P 522 and 618. 

Ota TcXcvrql, from rtXtvrdu, perfi- 
c i t, bring fully to pass, T 90t. 

8ia-Ttva(x)> aor. subj. from -rivdaatay 
discusserit, «Aa^^r, £ 363f. 

8ia-r/iJ7ya>, aor. -T|it]|ak) ag, 2 aor. 
-kTfxayov, aor. pass. 3 pi. -sr^ayev, 
(ha fjiov), cleave, « 409, fi 174; traici- 
ens, crossing, according? to others,j?ar<- 
ing, 4> 3 ; pass., have become dispersed, 
n 354; part, separate; M 461, tcere 
shattered, flew asunder. 

Sia-rp^x^) ^or. -^Spapiov, run over 
(the sea), y 177 and € 100. 

8i-^Tpc<rav, aor. from -rpt'io (P 729, 
tmesis), diffugerunt, scattered, A 
481. (II.) 

Sia-rpCPckv, only prcs., and aor. 
-rpii//ac, conterere,rii6, A846; tem- 
pus terere, T 150, morari, delay; 
lose time on the road, adoXo, j3 404 ; 
rivd ov ydfiov, put off one with her 
wedding, (3 204. 

Sia-rpv'yXoS} bearing in succession, 
to 342t. 

8ia-Tpv(^^v, see diaOpvirroj, c om m i- 
n u t u m , shivered. 

8i-c<^Cv€TO, ipf., was visible through, 
vtKvmv, 491 ; gloioed through, i 379. 

8ia-00«ijow, fut. -4>6^p<rci, pf. -kipOo- 
pag, evertet, destroy, N 625; O 128, 
p e r i i s t i, thou art doomed (threat). 

Sm. <|>op^ovo^, from (popew, divul- 
gan t, spread abroad, r 333t. 

8ia-0pa^(ii, only redup. aor. -€iri- 
<|>pa8c, indicate, Y 340 -, tell, :^ 9 , ad- 
monish, ^ 47. 

hi-d<l>v<T<Tu}, ipf &^axr€ (tmesis), 
aor. -iiifivoe, pass. prs. -a^vancfin'ov, 
draw off consume, it \\Q \ tear a\»a\^> 




r 450 ; cut through and let gush forth, 

8ia-xio>, only aor. -Ixcvav, {tx^fav\ 
d i s s e c u e r u 11 1, CM< up, y 456. 

SiSocTKca, prs., inf. aKkntvcu^ aor. 3 
sing, didait, pass, pies., part., and 
iediSaxOuL, pf. inf., (AA), doceo, teticA. 
rtvd Ti, 481, X 422 ; pass., disc ere, 
learn, irpoq tivoq, of one, A 831 ; part, 
with gen., modo edoctus, one who 
has just begun to learn, tiro^ n 811. 

didrjfjn, only imp. SiSi^vrwv, and ipf. 
3 sing. Sidtf, (^iw), vincire, bind, A 
105 and u 54. 

8i8v|&aov€, du.,-om, dat. pL, (didvixoi), 
gem i n i, ttcins, IT 672, also Traldi. 

8i8v|i4>i, oiat, {Suai), gemini, tioinsj 
* 641; duplicibus, twofold, t 227. 

8i8a>|ii., coUat. foiin diSuoj ; irreg. 
forms, SiSoig, SidoitrQa, inf. diSofitv, 
didovvai, imp. Si8ijj9i,diSov, ipf. {k)Si6ov, 
3 pi. didoaav, diSov, fut. diSwaofitv, 
ii)(THV, duifTSfitpai ; aor. 3 pi. doaav, 
subj. Sojy, dioofitv,du)ijj(TiVj inf. 66ii£p(ai), 
aor. iter. 66<tkov, tv, ov, (dare), give, 
present, X 470, i 197, freq. with inf., x 
253 ; with inf. of purpose, A 20 ; be- 
stow, accord, of gods (opp. dvivevtre, U 
250; Idffsi, % 444), H 288, I 37, 255; 
with ipf., 2 293, T 322 ; b^ov, prosper- 
ous journey, ovpov, H 4 ; also of evils, 
decree, inflict, urrjv, S 262, etc. ; tra- 
dere, ripd kixti ; dxseam, deliver over 
to, ^ 390, lo 219, "¥ 512, abdiicen- 
dam; collocare filiam.^'re daugh- 
ter w marriage, 8 7 ; dvkpi fxrirkpa, (S 
223 ; offer, r 378 : pay, 4> 42, a 431. 

8i6, see diuj, persecutus est, pur- 

8k-^pa|xov, see Starpkx**)' 

hi-iepyov (JFtpyov), ipf., separated, 
parted, M 424t. 

8ia - Aiir^|j.€V, inf., imp. 8iftirt, 
(Phttov), ^ 215 and K 425, tell fuUg, 
converse of 

8k-c(p€ai,, 2 sing, indie, -iipio, imp., 
(eipofiai), perquirere, question, A 550, 

8l-^K, with gen., otU through, vpo- 
Bvpov, fjieydpoio, <r 101, 185. 

di-tXavvu), aor. 8ia ^ouracv (imp. 
-(TtTov), and 8iii]X<urcv, plupf. pass, eXij- 
Xaro, drive through, with gen., K 564; 
of spear, thrust through (with gen.), N 
695; also ^taTT/oti — iXdoaai,^ 647. 

8i-cX0c^€v, sec Si-spx^fmi. 

Sicvrai, taOai, prs., (Siw), speed across 
the plain, >l^ 475 ; be frightened off from, 
with gen., M 304. [w ] 

8l-€|-{|jicvai, inf., (tZjut), go out through, 
Z 393. 

8i-€{-cp^c(r6c {tpiofxat), inqniritis, 
question, K 432f. 

8i-cir^^pa8c, see dta^/oa^w, expli- 

8k-^paOov, see SiairipOto, ever tit. 

8i-^'irTdTo, see duTrrafjiai, pervo- 

Si-^ovviv, ipf. dieTrEf ^liiTrofiiv, 
(cTTw), ex8equi,|)€r/bn», A 166, /i 16; 
persequi, dmse away, Q 247 ; pass 
through, B 207. 

8i-i]pco'a, aor. from -kpiama, paddled 
hard, ^ 444 and ^351. 

8i€p6s, ifi, living, ^ 201 ; quick, t 43. 

8i-ilpxcTai, etc., pres. fut. aor., 
transire ^er, pass through, with ace, 
r 198 ; with gen., Y 100, ^ 304 ; Siairpb 
r)Xv9tv, H 260. 

Zi-iawTOf aor. from -atvofiat, per- 

8i-^T|jid7Cv, aor. from -rurjyij, dis- 
cesserunt, disiecti sunt. 

di-ix*^i *or. 8Uarxc and Si — tcxfv, 
prom inebat, /)rq;ec^ out, E 100 ; with 
gen., N 519. 

8i-tt|ai, pres. 2 sing., etc., (h-ljri', 
ianus ? strictly, go, go to seek, cf. Ital- 
ian, cercare), quaerere, seek, 'Aaiov 
d irov (si qua) i<l)6vpoi, N 760; seek 
to win, woo, TLvi rt, tt 391. 

8(-(vYC9 {Ivyrivai), biiugi, yoked 
two abreast, E 195 and K 473. 

Si^c, ipf., C^/^w, from SF'iq, dvo), du- 
bitabat, debated, n 713t. 

AiT), y, an island =NatoCi ^ 325. 

8iT)-K<S<riOi, wv, ducenti, I 383, 
e 233. 

8i-T)vcK^a, ace. masc, e(c, ham, 
-i(T<Ti , adv. -iioq, (iivsyKov), c o n t i n u u s, 
continttous, unbroken, Umg; adv., ai 
length, minutely, d 836. 

Si-ifpcao, aor. from -spiaffto. 

SiTiTOi, see diu). 

6i-irifit, Ska 8* ^kc, with gen., ^lot 
through, <f> 328, w 177. 

Si-^KCo, aor., fut. -i^ofiai, (tKvtofiai), 
go through; recensere, review, I 61, 

Su-ircT^os, gen., (Aifi, 'Tc%r-r)Q),faUen 
from Zeus, i. e. from heaven, of rivers, 
II 174. 




h'iirrafiaij aor. Si-^irrdTo, E 99, O 
83, per V o 1 a V i t^fiew through, 

8i-ioTa|Mki, reg., (pf. -iarantv)^ 
separate ; A 6, TT 470. parted from each 
other ; ^ 436, stand aloof. 

AtC^tXof, ov, €, dear to Zeus, only A 
86 of a god ; elsewh. of heroes. 

SCKa(1), inf prs., 3 pi. ipf. SUaZov, 
3 pi. aor. diKatrav, imp. ducnffaare ; prs. 
mid., (dtKTi) pass sentewx upon, rioi ; be- 
tween two persons, tg pifrov riaij ^ 
574 ; mid., seek justice, p 440. 

StKaiov^ ip, ot, comp. -orepoc, sup. 
orarog, ioVf adv. aiutg, (^ik»?), iustus, 
aequus, yu«^, equUnbley y 52; ovde 
Sixaiov, nor is it rights v 294 ; in due 
form, ^ 90 ; <t 414, upon a thing right- 
ly said, a just request. 

8CK<ur^ir(SXov, -ot, (ttcXw), lawgiver^ 
A 238; di'5pa,\ 186. 

8iiCT|, J/f, ly, (^SeiKiwpi). usage, custom ; r 
1 68, for such is the way ; right, i u s, 1 1 388, 
pervert justice ; tiirEiv, give judgment ; 
pi., dednnnn ; dixy, i u r e, dtdy. rightly. 

8iHcXt8c9 ( KAivw), double-folding, of 
door and gates, M 455. (See cut, rep- 
resenting ancient Egyptian doors.) 

n 32 

SiicriJia, ntr., reti, in or vnth the net, 

X 386t. ' 

8ivcvoi,etc., prs, ipf,, (iter. SivsmaKs), 
T e r s a r i, move mbout, A 54 1 ; turn about, 
ri, 2 643 ; fly in circles, ^ 875 ; 2 606, 
tfim somersaults; oberrare, wander 
about, Q 12. 

Sivkut, ipf Sivsouev, (^i)SivBov, also 
mid. 3 du. diveitrOrjv, (^ivrj), whirl, "^ir 
840; turn around, i 384, 388 ; mid. 
(and act., S 494), whirl about; ober- 
rare, roam, i 153 (divrjOfjpai, tt 63). 

8fvn, Tig, and pi., vortex, eddg. (*.) 

8iin{ci«, evTog, eddying, 4> 125. 

8iV«0Tol(rk> rrjp, {divnw), lit. turned; 
also rounded, inlaid, r 56. 

8io-7Cvi{99 voc. -fc, (Z€vg, divo), 
sprung from Zeus, A 337. 

Al<S6cv, Jovis iussu,0 489,Q 194, 

^-oiorevu), aor, -oXotcvo^, (vaeiag, 
tvTai, (citTTog), pierce with arrow, with 
gen., T 578. (Od.) 

AIo-kXtjs, riog, son of Orsilochos of 
Pherai, y 488, 

ti'oWvpi, pf, 8l-<$X(i>X€, he plundered, 
/3 64t. 

AXo-|jii)8ir), daughter of Phorbas of 
Lesbos, slave of Achilleus, I 665t. 

AXo-|Jiii8ir)99 iog, Tvciog v'lot;, ^ 472 
(H 163), husband of Aigialeia, E 412; 
king of Argos, B 567; his exploits, 
dptfTTiia, E ; dealings with Glaukos, 
Z 232-236. 

ACov, ov, town in Euboia, B 53 8t. 

AXoKuaov, X 325 f, see Aiwvvfrog. 

8i-<nrT€'uo'CdV, flit., speculaturus, 
to spy about, K 451 f. 

8i-oirTTJpa, Tor, {dioTrrtvui), s pecu- 
lator em, «com<, K 562t. 

8ia 6pv|a9, aor. part, from dpvfrtrtj, 
digging a Img straight trench, <t> 120f, 

8ios> a, ov, (cifog), illustris, illus- 
trious, divine, noble, of gods, men, horses, 
elements; also of AnKtcaiftova. 

Ai099 ov, son of Priamos. S2 251 f. 

8iO-Tpc<|>cos, tg and j)l.. -//f. (Aivg, 
rpttpio), nourished, chtrished by Zeus, A 

SC-irXoKi, a, dat. ace, double mantle, 
r 126. 

8i-irX^o9, duplex, A 133 ; SnrXrjv 
X^filvav, double mantle, see dinXaKi. 

8C-irriJxaj ace, from -tttv^, (tttvo-' 
OLj), double, folded in two layers, xri- 
(Jiiv, A 461, y 458, 

8t-irTCxov, ace, from -TrTv\og, 
tkrovm twice around his shoulders^ 

V 224t. 

8(9 (t^A't), bis, Tcooov, tunce as far, 


810' 6<^v^e99 bis mortales, /u 22f, 
6t(TKtu}, ipf i8(o'K€ov, hurled the discus, 

9 188t. 

8io'Kau, ff}, oi>, oioi, from dinKog, o, 
(^diKEiv, to thi-ow). qvoit, discus, of metal 
or stone ; Karajpadioin (cf Statius, 
Thebais, VI„ 646-721). attitude illus- 
trated by the cut, see follg. page, after 
Myron's famous statue of the discus- 
thrower (Discobolos); dioKov ovna,Td 
= 8£erKovoa, a quoit's cast^"^ \^\.,V1.^, 

without back t 
cut No.79).—(2) totiy or ioi of chariot, 
E728.esp.of war-churiol. raeSi word 
also designates the cAmot itself, or id 
y 324, a traveliag chariot. (See cut No. 

Stxlt (^fic), bifariam. diverse, 
in two parts, tvxjfM, in doabt, at vari- 
aMc«, £510, y 127; o il%inhalva. 

8ixM C^iKo), iiBofold, a 23; my 
heart was divided, 11 435. 

SixSoStoi, n, ace. pi., (^i]^), da- 
pliceB,(iBn/u/(i, 1411; S^l^Sixa. 

Sfibo, p, av, eitis, Utira, 4> S41. 

m^Ohi', part, from A^aui, sitiens. 
HdnHng, \ 58 4t. 

i(u), onlj aor. Stow, [,niid,. pres. Buhj. 
inf.. Jkt, X £51 ; be anxioua for, rivi ; 
mid., aspellere, drine away, 370, u 
343 ; rgKlfrom, Axi riwoc, 11 246. 

SI-Hcn, aor, from uiSiu, dirupit, 
tore omiy, 4 244f . 

SuoHU, pra., ipf. 3 do. Suaamv, K 
364; act, ipf. mid,, pres. pass., driiK, 
of ship and horses; insequi. jmrsue, 
E65 (also c0ii8equi,i)wr(ii*e,X 199); 
roaiv rax't""!, X 173; dWee awag, a 
409; also ^dl'np, speed, with like signif. 

U 162. V 

12; 16/1 

domo pellere; riti , . 
pnm, throogh the plain, 

AUn), irc, E 381; mother of 'Afpa- 
iirij, B 370, 

Alwvvirat, oio, (and iIiovuifou, X 
325), Z 132, 13.5, K 325, u 74. 

AMpi(t,(oc,(l)'Afinpuyir(Wi)C, chief 

8 toUx^-viAoi' 

of 'Eiruoi, A 517.— (2) father of Ai" 
TOtiiS<iiv, P 429. 

VilS^-^^ru.see AAM,domitiis. 

S|>^<nv, rqv, (ja/ivit/u), doma- 

tioDem,tani%, P 476t. 

8|>i(Tf>pa, victrix, E 259t, = sq. 

AfiiiTup, opi, V i c t O r, romw, p 443t. 

tftMl, diuf, (rSK), pm, nl, (J/itit), 
Jeniak ilava, ij 103 ; often captives in 
war, i 307 ; freq. with yuvatnc, Z 323. 

SjUK, uoc. pi. ^/'JJft:, uuf, (AAM), 
sianes, often captives in war, S 644, n* 
14U; witb dvipis, fi 230. (Od. and 

ivoraXiZm, ipf. ISvMr&XiCcv, fnL 
-ttf'S, (fitvw, ToXXiu ?), tsrap aromd, 
^ 512; jFTORpfe iffiiA, otwrtArauj, dei- 

limiy. n 4, k 269, 

So^owmro, see i^iara, videbatar. 

8otj, ii/y in dubio, th perpiad/g^ I 
230; also Bou^ o<. ai, a. duplicea, 
iao/old, 13 46. O 527, r 562; dno, U 
455, X 148. 

faniu.only mid. S>So«)|ii6«t| also 
pi's. 3 sing. 8(>inv«i, and aor. part 
-fiaot, obieme jftaip^, tcatch, Tivd, O 
730,* 325. t 274. 

Ifnd. with inf.. H 192 ; videri, leem. 
per?„Z 90. '1' 459, and impers., M 215, 

il, their heart felt as if; uc iiup Bviiif 
Somi ilvoi dptaTB — liioi, v 154; iomiai 

SoKiJv, rr/v, and pL of, oToiv, (Jicro), 
beam, esp, jn roof, x 1 76. 

BiXto*. ■>(?, etc.. (.ei>.os), fallait, rfe- 
eeiyW, i 455. (Od,) 

AoXtos, OIO, (ou), slave of ThjiftM- 
B-Ho, «397. (Od.) 

SoXtx - aiiXovs ( oWdf ) idyaviat, 
Epears with long loctet, i 156t. 

Gi>X'Cx~*YX'ai. adj. acc. pi. firom -^, 
(ijTtoc), haniag long ipeari, * 155^. 

SeXlx"1p*T^ouo, o(, oifli, (iofr/iof), 
long-oared, vsmg long oar>, of ships and 
Phaiakians.d 191, (Od.) 
. SoXIx^v,ii,i|v.fcfl^,loneU8,0474; 
diuturnus. ^ 243 (ntr.. din. K 62); 
o/ditlance, oJov, irXdov. 

SoMx'-ffiilai' (cmri), coatia^ foii; 
•idrfiMDi, r 346 ; or perh. -aiiov from 




SoX^crro, 6i(Tna, (^SoKog'), dolosus, 
artful, Ti 245. (Od.) 

SoX^ffctinc, (V, voc. 'fiiira, from 
-fUtTTiCf (/<^ric), wily; AlyiaOog, K\v- 
ratfivriffrpTi (ZtVj A 540). 

AoXoirffi«v, ovoQy father of 'Xxprjviopf 
E 77t. 

86Xosy ov, 6, dolus, trick; doKip, 
per dolam; XdBpti dvmtrri, y 235, d 
453, K 232; opp. dfitpadov, a 296; 
Kpani, H 142; /3cij0t, i 406; plot, 9 
276 (the wooden horse, 494 ; baitj fi 
252) ; v^aivuvj t 356. 

SoXiM^pov^ov, kov<ra, (jppovhtii), wily- 
ndnded, F 405, c 339. 

SoW-^pfHTUVvp', rfiv, pi. -|^i, wilCy 

A^Xm|r, oTToc, (1) tribe on river 
'EwTreuc in Thessaly, I 484, A 302.— 
(2) name of son of Aa/iirog, O 525. 
' A6XttVf tovog, Evfiridtoc vlog, K 314, 
spy, fi-om whom Bk. 10, II., receives 
its name. (See cut No. 26.) 

S^fiOSy oiOf ov, 6, {S(fiio), building, 
home, B 618 ; pi., designating the com- 
plex of rooms which make up the 
house, p 85 ; also rooms, ^ 303, 9 57 ; 
dwdUng of gods, i\ 81, X 627, d 834; 
of men, a 380, 17 88 ; of animals. M 
301, 169; in restricted signif , Ao/?, a 
126 ; in wider signif , home, habitation 
i^vBi) d6fiovSe,ia 220. 

Sov&K^o, TOP, ace, nom. 'tvg, thicket 
of reeds, 2 576t. 

86va(, aicac, o, (Sovsu), arundo, 
reed, K 467 ; shnft of arrow, A 584. 

Sov^ovox, 3 pi. prs., aor. iSovrjcrs and 
part., agitare, shake, P 55; drive, M 

86|t)s, gen., (5o^a), ovS' arrb — , nee 
praeter opinionem, not disap- 
pointing expectation, K 324 and X 344. 

Sopottn, nom. 6 Sopog, (dtpui), leather 
hag, /j 354 and 380. 

8opir^O|icv9 prs.. ipf. {SopTrfirrjv), 
also fut. aor, (^dopirov), cenare, sup, 
302,^ 11. 

86pirov, cenam, etfening meal, chief 
meal of day ; i\iff9ai, H 370, prepare 
one's supper. 

86f»v, ro, -ara, also (cf. yovv) paral- 
lel forms, dovparog, an, ara, am, and 
iovpog, I ; « ; a, tav, torn, (1 ) lignum. 
WOod^ iXdmc. Q 450 ; TOfiPsro, e 243 ; 
trabs, hiQ^, F 61 ; s hip-timber, O 41 , 
cf./i 441 ; 507, hollow beUg (oT wood- 

en horse). — (2) shaft of spear, o 494 ; 
/itiXivov, E 666 ; spear, chief weapon 
of heroes, B 382, E 73 ; r 78, grasping 
the spear by the middle; x«X«ov, 11 
608; xaX/coj3apf c, X 532 ; KiKopv9fi^vov 
Xa\K&,x 125. In ^ 167 Sopv means tree. 

A6pv-icXos, ov, Jlpiafiidrjv, vdBov 

8oox9> r), -oiv, (5iSu)fii), »gift ; Z, 208, 
though small (to thee) dear (to me); 
dvTjvaaBai, refuse a gift, a 287. 

8<^Kov, aor. iter., see ^i^ai/ic 

8oTT)pc9> 01, {didiDfii), dispensers, T 44 
and 9 325. 

SovXciov (BovXog) tUog, servilis 
habitus, 01 252f. 

SovXt), rig, {SovXog), female slave, F 
409, ^ 12. 

SovXiov tifiap, servitutis dies, 
bondage, ^ 340. 

AovXixXov, island S. E. of Ithaka, 
inhabited by Epeioi, B 625, a 246 ; 
AovXixiop-St, to D., B 629; ^ovXix'^ivg, 
inhabitant of D.,n 424. 

8ovXlxo-8cipo»Vy gen. pi., (deipd), 
Umg-necked, B 460 and O 692. 

8ovXo<hivi)v, r//v, {BovXog), s e r v i t u- 
tem, x423t. 

honmitay prop, ydovmu) (KTvirog), aor. 
lyoovTtr]nav, A 45 ; dovTrriaev de irtoMv, 
he fell with a crash ; faU, N 426 ; Sidov- 
TTorog ig rdpov, sunk into his grave, ^ 

Soviros, ov, 6, (jcrvTrog'), fremitus, 
strepitus (cf. French, 1 e bruit), any 
dull, heavy sound, din, I 573 ; noise, 
tread, K 354, tt 10 ; clash of spears. A 
364; roar, A 455, « 401 ; hum of jave- 
lins, n 361. 

Sovpar^ov, ov, ( Sovpartog, dopv ), 
lignei, 493 and 512. 

8ovp-T)V€K^9 {dopv, fiveyKov), a spear^i 
throw, K 357+. 

Sovpl kXcit^s = Sovpi-icXvT^Sy or, 
hasta inclutus, re7w>tm^c? in the use 
of the spear, E 55, o 52, p 71. 

8ovpi-KTT|Ti|v, acc.,(icrjjrog, Krdofjiai), 
captured in battle, I 343t. 

Sovpci, dovparog, see dopv. 

8ovpo-8(SKT)99 Ti]g, (o^xo/iat), case or 
stand for spears, perh. a ring on a col- 
umn in the vestibule, a 1287. 

8^XH^L0^9 obliqua, obUquely, "^ 116; 
and SoxH*^) sideways, M 148. 

8pdY|iiaTa, rd. {dpaToofiai), mani- 
p u 1 i, hanfJfuls of grain ^«l\,Vvc«^^ V3 >^^ 

renper, and cut hv a single sli-oke 
ot Ihe sickle, A 69 and S 55:1. 

SpoYjiniinTtt, g.tAereri of lie 
hiBulfuii, as lliey fall fraiu die 
sickJe. iiiUi bandliiE fur the bind- 
ers, S 655t. 

Bpaiviis, prs.. i^pav), moliris, 
imderlaie. K 96t. 

^paxfot,- leader of 'E?rfiai, N 

anguiK, raoic, X 93 ; dragon, '6 ISl, 
M 202. 


Spjii4 (Sapra, tipiii), excori 
fiij/ed. * 169t. 

Jpaui, opt. Spl±DL^^ exseque 
tXfCUtt ai sercant, (Jptjor^p), d 317 
™ivM, rdf, C^ptTTuwj), fal 

nc-Ue., E 5 

, TO, tickU. renping-hook. 


Soritui, aor, 8pfi|idfuvaL, jiIucHng, 
culling, fiSSTf.. 

Apntrotisv. a Trojan. Z ZOf. 

8fwnrrip«, 01, C^pocu), famuli, 
daoei. vxirktm, tt 248 ; Sp^iTTClpiu, a\, 
iama\ae, fsracde ilaea, worlfwomfn, 
k349. (Od.) 

8pii|OToowj, tS, {Spjiarqpi. m lerticB. 

8pI[L<t, na, V, piercmg, iharp; A 
270.piercini" missile overcomes; <u319, 
keen, irresisLible wish. 

8p'o», masc, (Vc>. arbnstum, 
aicia, e 353t. 

Spd|uif, u, -ov, -Of, -01, (epaiAiiy), 
" "!t ; of horses, * 

300; , 

. Gladfiione), S 605. 

Apiot, iTi'T-of. (1) king of AaTi9a 
263t.-— (2) fatlier of Aixiiipyoi, 




ce. maee., {tpvs), oaien, p 
, (.Spvi), oah-liicket, minva. 

Spfi-'Sx'"*. roi'jc. (JpBe, fx"")' "^ '^^ 
ship or boat, r 674t, (See cut,) Later 
the same word desipnaWs the keelson, 
as holciing fast ihc ribs, the lower ends 
iif nhich nie inserted into it. (See cm. 
where /e desipnates the stem ; bg keel- 
im; ii.muif; o, a, o, i-»Ji.) 

Aptfo4>i oros, son of TIpiai/of, T 


Bpvs, uoc, ij- (i^vpu), arbnr. tree. A 
494, N 389; quercus. oali, | 328; 
oit aifi Spvii oil' riiro irtrpijf, X 126. 
'tis no time now to talk, at ease, from 
tmior rock with this one; r 16-1, thou 
art not. as the ancient proverb savs. 
from aculor rock ; cf non es e fbxi> 
sculplus aut e roboie dolalus 
(Cic. Acad. Posieriora. 31. iOO), wbera 
the sense is slightly different 

Spfi-rdim, wv, u, (rifii'ui), lignator, 
weod-chijiper, t S\5; withdr>(p,A 86. 

8pv^;i), see liiro-ipiiAia, 

cpi'ipiit. 3 sing. Bor. bpO^, mid. nor. 
Spv^ofiim, TT 324, tear tiviagi fl 1S3, 
tearing each other't cheeks and necks. 

Spwotfu, uiitKti. see fpdui. 

Sv=(Sv iiSio^a,). 

Suivax, 3 pi. prs. from tvaiu, {S"ii), 
■ the appearancE o/'.fi"' the ujorae. 


. ;338.B 53. (Od.) [--] 
Htm, armc, (I) father of 'Eci'/Jq, 
n 71Bt.— (2) one of the taiiias, C 


SvfHvoL, inf. aor. from Siui. 

8vviiiuup dirnj, etc., ipf , (also Juvaro, 
ri/iirren), fut. reg., 2 sing, also {innjataii 
aor. ivvliaaTO and {l)Svi'aaSi), posse, 
be (life, in every sense, phvsically, f 
24i'; Talerc.araiV,iJiir«,n 78; A 414, 
liiya Ivvanivoio, of a rich and potent 
man; is sum qui, t 644; Hyarat 

eivavrai, t 306; otteu with negative 
(oO r., a 7B). 

AwojiA^, )|;, a Nereid. S 43t. 

8wa|u«, <r. If, ij, {ivvaiiai'). powtr, 
t 69; lohur. ttrei^, v 237. \ 786, 
787 ; irrip iii'njuF, beyond one's 
slrent;lh ; I, xapinTit', ea far aa 




Zmm^ put. SvuiVy Svofiatj ipf. Svvtf 
hvovTOt iter. BixjKtj fut. dixrofiai, eac, 
aor. ISvv, 3 sing. Sv^ opt. Svti, part. 
Svvra^ aor. mid. idvffaro, HiKrerOf opt. 
dvffaiaro, pf. SkSvm, intrarc, efrf«r, 
rooipe ane*« u^ay tnto, arparov, (icad') 
o/itAov, TToKffxov {-010 arofia), ovKafxov ; 
imbibitur^nnib in, P392; induere, 
pitf o«, xiTuivat (ig)rivxfcit ivTta^ 9(oprj- 
Ka; also with iv and dat. ; intrare, 
vroXiv, irvXaCf ruxoQi dofioVf (TTrtoj,*, 
(ifvo, Ig) TToi/rov, OaXddm^g koAttov, 
nuil:^ ^ undier the earth, x^^^^* yalav 
(of dead) ; of sun, sink into the sea, set^ 
of erening, * 232, 6 487 ; of stars, e 
272, A 63. — With prepositions, t/g, 
e 271 ; €7<ra>, H 340 (oi— , * 118); 
depTpov iaioj X 579, burrowing into; 
Sofiov tiaut, A 263; of passions and 
emotions, Suvii, dvirai riva, enter, come 
tQNMi, tcike possetsion of, x^^^^^'i '^PVQ ; 
axog firopy T 367 ; o^vvat fiivog, A 
268 ; Xvatra i, I 239 ; KCLfiarog yvla, E 
811. [v in prs. ipf. act. and mid., 
elsewh. and in dOvut only v, e. g. subj. 
aor. ddut.'] 

8vo, 8vw, duo, two, with da. and pL, 
r 116; K 224, when two go in com- 
pany, one thinks for the other. 
SvoKoiiScKa, d u o d e c i m, twelve, 
8v6«Nri, see duaio. 

8u9-^ insep. prefix, opp. ev, like our 
nn-, miss- (cf. un-rest, mis-chance), 
conveys idea of hard, bad, evil, un- 
toward, (See dvrj.) 

8vcr-ai^, dfog, afiiov, (dripi), male 
flans, iUMowing, stormy, p. 289. 

89(r-a|&-|Mpos» C; oi, {pnpog), per- 
quam infortunatus, mo«^ miseroi/e, 
X428. (II.) 

89(r-&purTo*T^KCia (roKog")^ unhappy 
mother of a hero, 2 54t. 

SvoiOy iTo, aor. mid. from Svvio. 
twr ly\Koi (Kv^og), exceeding jealous, 
s2Upicious, Tf 307 f. 

feo'-i|X«Y^o«, €«, (<iXlyw), painful, 
dtdeful, r 154 and x 325. 

8v<r-t|xco9, gen. from -rixhg, (»/x«w), 
loud roaring, woX^fiog^ also Qavdroio, 
aWorftn^ death, n 442. (II.) 

Svcr-CJoXir^osy gen. from -BaXitYig, 
(^ /Xttoc), ill-warming, chilly, P 549 f. 

8vo'-KcX^l8ov, gen., (trcXadog), iU- 
mnmding, shrieking (fear), n 357 f. 

8iNr-fn|84a, ace. from -icridfig, {inidog), 
drwdfvl, € 466t. 


8v<r-icX^&, ace. from -rXc^c* (<^^^oc), 
infamem, inglorious, B 115 and I 

^voKov, 3 sing. 8voicc, ipf. from drnfut, 

8vo'-|uv^a»v, iovrtg, {pivog), mali- 
gn u s, bearing iU-wUl, jS 72. (Od.) 

8v(r-|&cv€C99 t(9ai, (jikvog), infesti, 
hostiles, enemtM, K 100, tt 121. 

Svtr-f&TiTcp, voc, my mother, yet no 
mother, \p97j. 

8vo'-(&opos, ^, ov, (p6pog)y infortu- 
n a t u s, iilfated, a 49. 

Avv-irapi, voc, hateful Paris, T 39 
and N 769. 

Svv-ir^lulMXos, stormy, IT 748 f. 

8vcr-irov^os, gen. from -rrovrig, 
{•Trrvog), toilsome, e 493 f. 

8v(m|vos> 010, etc., pi. wv, infelix, 
miser, wretched, miserable, X 76, X 

Sw-xcifA^pov, ov, (^£i/ia), hiema- 
\is, wintry f of Dodona, B 750 and 11 

Svtr-wvvi&os, 01, {ovofia), in f am is, 
ill-omened, hateful, Z 255, r 571. 

8vo'-ttpi^o'w<ri, aor. from -a>p(a>, (o'pa), 
ke^ wearisome watch, K 183f. 


8vQ>v, see dvvu), 

8vw8cK(a) = dvoKaidiKa, K 488, B 
637 ; 8vw8i(KaTOS, ij = 8u)SsKaTog, A 

8iia)8cKd-Poiov, worth twelve oxen, ^ 

8vo)-Kai-ckKOO'C-|JicTpov, holding ttoen- 
ty-two measures, ^ 264 f. 

8vo>-Kai-€iKoo'£'^X^ twenty-two cu- 
bits long, O 678t. 

8«i>, ro ( = Sutpa),A 426. 

SuScKO, duodecim, Z 248; with 
TrdvT€g, rrdaai, twelve in all ; 8c»8^Ka- 
Tos, ly, duodecimus, /8 374. 

Aa>8<Dvatos, Dodonaian, epithet of 
Zeus, see follg. 

Aa)8wvt|, tjg, in 'B.frtipog, oldest ora- 
cle of Zeus, ^ 327. 

twQ and Sttxivk, 3 sing. subj. aor. 
from didujpi. 

8«i>|iia, aroc> to, (dkput), house; also 
palace, k 398; datpara va'uiv, dwell, 
live, yet in o 227 with adj. ; dtofiam, 
rooms =aedes, house, o 109; largest 
apartment of house, meeting-place of men, 
X 494 ; Sutp 'Aidao='Ai6ao 86p^v, in- 
feros, lower world. 

8«Dpllja'(UT0> opt. 8U0T. itOTCL ^Uk9«.OVMU% 




C^wpov), donaret, would give, K 

8<ii>pt|ToC (SuipiXffOai), open to giftSt 
reconcilable^ I 526t. 

A(opUc9> tribe in Kprirti, r 177t. 

AcSpiov, town, subject to 'Searwpj B 


AcapU, a Nereid, 2 45t. 

Swpov, ({if (oVf oig, oioif (^didwfi()f 
donum, ffift; Utti/ov, 'A^/uo^injc» 

9eCJv; preaent, TeipiicKvTa, icdXKgfiaf 

8a»Tvjpcs, pi., (diS(*)fJii) Idwv, given of 
good, 9 325t. 

8fi»TCvt|v, rJ7v, pi. -yoi, (^I'^w/if), ^(/i, 
|7re«en^, X 352. p] 

Aon-cS, a Nereid, 2 43t. 

SwTop, voc. from StoTutpf Idiav, giver 
of good, 9 335t. 

SuAMTi, aor. subj. from didtofiu 


^•, ? 222, false reading for ia=riv, 

I, enclitic, and ie, see ov. 

Ia=(l) ipf. sing. 17V, eram. [w— ] 
— (2) imp. prs. and 3 sing. ipf. from 
idu). [w — ] 

Idvii, aor. pass, from dyvvfiiy rupit. 

loodra, perf. part, from dvddvw, 

i6Xi\, aor. pass, from tlXkw. 

lavov, <^, 6v, {Pt<T9{ig), enveloping, E 
734; jt?/»an<, 2 613. 

Iav6s, ov, o, {Pi(T9riQ), vest is, gar- 
ment,^ 507, r 419. 

Ia{cy a V, aor. from dywfii, d i s c i d i t. 

lapos, Tov, (ftapog), veris, spring, 
Z 148. 


larai, to, «ee ^/xai. 

I<£<|>6t|, aor. pass. perh. from lirmo, 
sank a per him. 

idiii, 4tt, 3 sing. Idq., pi. e/u/tn, subj. 
«*u), la^f, fc^, 8iwfi€v, elwm, opt. 3 sing. 
^^, imp. to, inf. idav, ipf. (3 sing, also 

Iter, etatrxrov, eg, s, sia<TX, A 125, 
and iatTKsg, ev), fut. reg., so also aor. 
tia<Ta (also iatjag, e, subj. ^atrw), /<»<, 
permit, (ovk — , imped ire, prevent); 
with inf., e. g. Kt7(T9ai, T 8; KarnKti(T9ai, 
Q 523; ^WMi^ x 222; /crrpiy fX<c€ff0ai, 
X 398. K 344; T 65, /^ us dismiss = 
obliviscamur ; leave, sag no more 0/, 
$ 171, 183 {ru'df ri) ; omittere, let 
alone, let be, U 731, P 13, Y 456,^212; 
wUhkold, i. e. ^e^ a/on6 giving, ^ 444 ; 
relinquo, A 226, jc 166. [d in prs. 
and ipf. ; t^, ta, liofnv, idnovcriv, often 
pronounced with synizesis.] 

idjuv (ivg), bonornm, Q 528 ; with 
9ioi dwrrjpeg, 9 325 (possibly from fem. 

ip^lLaTQ and ipSof&osy s e p t i m a e, 

ipXtlTo, aor. mid. from /3aXXu>, 
ictus est. 

iyyvydauoxy pf. from kyyiyvofiai. 

k^-y^iyiavToXy subj. prs., ingignant, 
engender, T 26t. 

iy-yiyvofiai, only pf. ky-ytyanax 
'l\i({t, Troiae nati sunt, Z 493 and 
P 145. 

ly-yvdfiTrrta, see yvafiirru). 

iy'yva\il€i, fut. ^w, aor. iyyvaiki^e, 
(yvaXov), put into the hand, 9 319 ; 
hand over, rr 66 : confir, Koprog, etc. 

lY'Yvai) iy'yv6uaaBai, from iyyvri, 
(yvta), deiXai rot 0£tX(iDv yc icai, worth- 
less to receive are the pledges of the 
worthless, 35 If. (tyyvaw, yttr 

tfybBey, (lyyvg), ex propinqno = 
near, A 723 ; temporal, T 409 ; and 
fJvai r(V(, propinquum eBse,relaiedt 
Ti 205. 

iyyvBif prope, of space, H 341; 
with gen., near to, I 76, 1/ 156 ; of time, 
K 251; with dat., X 300. 

4yY^« (dyx')y adv., prope, near, F 
344 ; with trrfivai, ikvai, tlvai ; with 
gen., N 247, P 484; temporal, with 
dat., X 453. 

IySovitvio'c, see Sovirsut. 

^YcCpw, aor. nytipa, £'yf(p£,excitare, 
^nake up, ^ 234 ; o 8, anxiety for his 
lather kept him awake ; i^ vv^fov, o 44 ; 




arouse, to combat, P 544 ; sfir the fight, 
r 31, E 496, N 357 ; 'Aprja, B 440 ; 
rtva, £ 208; cKaerrov, q a em que ex 
nrbibus excitavi, P 222; fikvocy 
fire courage. — Mid. prs. iytipofisvtjjVj 
SLOT. iypiTo, otro, lypiodaL, ofitvog, 
pf. lypriyo^i, -opBaai, inf. -opdai, 
whence part pres. iyf^iYop^uv, watch ; 
V 100, as they wake; iyptOj wake up, 
K 159. 

^xarc^ TO, dat. atri, viscera, en- 
iraUt, P 64. 

iY-icaT4in|(a, €, (in tmesi, H 441), 
aor. from Tri^yvv/ui, thnut into ; KovXttfy 
the scabbard, X 98. 

sy-Kara-TiBrifitj mid. aor. 3 sing. 
fyKarOcTO, imp. -Oco, imposnit; \ 
614, let not the craftsman who coji- 
ceived this belt by (lit. in) his art, here- 
after attempt any thing further, i. e. he 
would only injure his reputation; xp 

€Y*tifi(ti (tvi KcCfJit|v, ^ 501, ^ 127), 
fat tf-K€ifr€ai^ with dat., in iis iace- 
bis, shaU not sleqD in them, X 513. 

ky^KipdvirvfiL and -jccpatu, ipf. Iv kc- 
p^wvTo, and aor. lYKcpotiraaa, with 
dat, mix in or with, Kprjrrjpatv, v 253 
(e 189). 

Iy-icI(^Xos, 010, 6, cerebrum, 
brain, r 300, i 290. 

ey-jcXaoi, see evi-icXav. 

fcy-cXiVoi, pf. lYK^icXiTat, lies upon 
you, Z 78. 

iy-Kcviovamy prs. part, (^la-jcovoc ?), 
M Aa«fe, O 648, i} 340, ;f/ 291. 

lY-Ko<r}ictTc, imp. prs., disponite, 
put in order (within), o 21 8 f. 

ly-KpifTTTOj, aor. iv-iicpv^|/c, with dat., 
6ttry «h ashes, e 488t. 

ly-coKatti, see KVKatj. 

iy-Kvpiwj aor. IWicvpcrc, with dat., 
incidit in, w€<, N 145f. 

lypco, iTOy fadaiy iypf/{yopQ€, 6aat, 
Oat, owv, see iyeipu. 

tfp/i\yopni (iypriyopa), adv., avKike, 

K 182t. 

lYpifovci^, ovra, ovng, (ly^tpio), 
indie, and part pres., vigilare, keep 
watch, \ 551, V 33. 

fyX€(T|, ijf , »/=eyx«Ci ^««ce, N 339. 

ly-xcCxi) subj. from iyx^w. 

iYX^^> ^'> anguillae, 6e/!s, $ 

iyX^^^'V^P^f ^^' ^^' ^^^y mighty with 
the spear, H 134, y 188. 

hfxia-iriSXoij ot, (iraWo)), spear- 
brandishing, B 131. 

f'y-Xfcw, aor. ix!^v€ = txiPft ^Xiciv^ 
subj. tyx^f'ym, also in tmesi, (x«w)» in- 
fundere /wur in, with dat, y 40, and 
with iv, t, 77 ; mid. Ivix^varo, poured 
infer herself, r 387. 

cyxoS) «(JC, ro, «pear, fowce, for hurl- 
ing and thrusting, the most honorable 
weapon : the shaft, dopv, was of ash, 
fxeiXivov, X 293, about 7 ft long, doXt- 
XotjKtov ; the upper end, KavXoq, was 
fitted with a bronze socket, avXoq, into 
which the point, qkwkt}, aix^rj, was in- 
serted, II 802, being held fast by the 
tropKfji; ; the lower end, ovplaxoc, was 
furnished with a ferule or spike, aav- 
pwTTjpj for sticking into the earth. 
The waiTior earned two spears — for 
hurling (at distance of about 12 paces), 
and for thrusting from above. Hek- 
tor's spear was 16 ft long, Z 319. 
(See also ovpiyKt and cut No. 22.) 

iy-Xpiptrrtti, only aor. jyxP^I^^^> ^^* 
graze, ^ 334; mid. ipf. -xpifitrrovTo^ 
pass. aor. imp. and part iy-xpip(f>9tic, 
Ivixpifi^OEvra, (xpiio), almost touch the 
stake, "^ 338 ; P 405, press forward to 
the gates; H 272, daTridt, dashed fat 
against his shield ; P 413, were crowd- 
ing constantly forward; N 146, ap- 
proach closely. 

lyctfv, lyia, ego, forms as in Attic, 
but gen. i/jitlo, Ipti), Ipko^ fiiv, ifikOtv. 

l8dT)v, cognovi, see A A. 

€8av<^ dat., (Pid-, oPridvo), svxet, 3 

^Souraro, -artaro^ see dariofiai, dis- 
p e r t i i t, distributed. 

l8a(|>os, TO, {o66g), floor of ship, e 
249t. (See next page.) a, pfanSprj, 
mast-box ; 6, hertms running parallel to, r, 
iirriyKiviltQ^ gunwale ; d, KXrjtdtg, row- 
lock, thole-pin; e, aKaXfioi, part of the 
gunwale on which the oar rests, bed 
of the oar; f ^vyd. thwarts (should 
cross vessel) ; g. Opfjvvg^ braces for the 
feet; h, iKpiOj ribs ; i, rpoirig, keel ; k, 
apfjiopiaL slabs, sustaining the floor ; I, 
tda<poc, floor ; m, keelson, was probably 
not distinguished from t, keel. (See 
also plate No. IV., at end of vol.) 

c88ci<rc, l8cC8i|icv, etc., dddit), ti- 
mui t 

i8^)iT)To, plupf. from Ssjuoj, aedifi- 
catum erat 

jSiiTVM Tijc gen from -rue ( f/ii- 
va c b food A 469 ic 384 
(Siuvai nf from ilit edere 
IB™, ASm, ™ (fhSim {aF)ilvt), 
bndai yffti ch efly cattle, (I) ntttor't 
f evnta to I uie or to hrr f iher and 
relnl es (r276sqq— <i}rfn«!'yo// iiA, 
portion tiven her hy her father, a 277. 
ISnndXitiv, eee SvorraXiW- 
ISofuu, iitt,o((<i6iia,coaieiam,ia69. 
ISof, rS, gen. pi. -iwc, (fjn/ioi). 
sedes, (1) act o/tUliitg, time or n 
for it, oix E., ion vacflt (m 
Kedere,A 6«8.— (2) ittHngplacf, 
A 534.— (3) sea/, afcife, 9 456, K 42 ; 
ofuotioa, v 344. 

JSpSdin', aor. from tap9ai»A, 

i<ua/(scecul, also No 79 J, T 77. 

bentheB in the ayufju, 16|and 
elscwh , e g 7 7 , tiup ilpy, 
honor with a seat, l e. show 10 
a place of honor 

*Spi4A(rtat, inf, ipf ISpi&- 
uvTo iiSp7i) al doma, y 35, lain 
teati m counal, K 198, >) 98 
&w, aor from tvyv/, Ivoiieu 
IBo, inf liiitvni, ipf iinv, iter. 
IBtBKfv, fut itopat, tai, ovrat, 
pf part ifriluq, pa8« tStiiarai 
(E^, edo). euf, devour, of men 
and animals, airav iSoVTi(= 
itA^i]OT-iit, bread ea[mg,6u^uv,ic 
379, and icpfif iijv, a 129. metapti. 
ne one'ii soul with toil and pain ; 
419, liioTnv ; I 417, the fruit of the 

1/, only e\ng.,{ilto),J<>ad, 


nentj foi 

ngthened bis soul with m 

bSvunU (iilva 2), aaxol, MiagJ 
sUitn (of (loivrj), N 382f. 

itiKmra-fimw, a, (ffovt'), wortk 
tuienfy cattle, a 431 and x S^' 

Ituatr-ipauf (ipfmriu), taattg' 

V oared. I 322t. [and Oil, 

IttMOOT^ — liKoarov, Q 769 

liCXtdv, see tiXiu. imrov, see 

kuroiuvot, etc., seeclfu IT. and 
l4urd(r9ii)v, from tTfu. [6?fU. 
UXSo|uu, eee tX^o/ioi. 
JASup, Til, nom. and ace, 

toijA, iletire, A 4 1 . i^ 54, 

iA|M6a, IUV01, init, eee tlkim. 
i Airou4u = fX?ro/iai.. 
i(pY«"> =ipj'oS'u. 

j^pyvvfii, see Kartipywfu. 
Ifppitw' and -luvai, a S96, 
pf. puss,, and fipro, plnpf. from 



stem SEP, (treipaj opfiogy series), neck- 
lace on which were strung alternately 
gold and amber beads, or a golden 
necklace strung (at intervals) with am- 
ber beads, o 460 ; £ ^^, firmly united. 

^p<rT|, -ilici«, see ip<r-. 

Icproy see iipfxivov. 

I^PX^''^9 ^^ 6/oyu>. 

iitrtrarOf <rro, see svwfii. 

Uvaaroy see following word. 

i^ia, aor. clou, imp. tlaov. part. cVac, 
tffatra, set downy place, ^ 280 ; Xo^ov, 
k^ an ambush ; iv K\L(ip,di(ii, Kara k\l- 
fffiovg ri 9p6vovQ re ; tTri Opt'vov, bid to 
be seated; v 210, Itti — , set over; dfjfiov 
£xe|tMy, settled in Schcria ; here belongs 
also aor. mid. Iccnraro, imposuit, 
take on board (ship), ^ 295. — Mid. pres. 
cto|tai, -ecu, ipf., con side re, take a 
seat; snhsediU crouched down, X 275, 
du. eZk(rOr}v ; with (inanimate) pi. sub- 
ject, KtjpeQy 9 74, settled down upon, 
touched the surface of the earth ; tirl 
Si^pifiy ^ni yoiJva, iv Xlicrp^, Iv KXiffptpf 
^iri Si<f>poVf avct fiiXaOpoVy Kara k\i- 
Vfiovg re Opovovg re, ig Opovovg, Trori 
^fiov^ iv kptrfid, took their places at 
the oars. 

Ig=y, subj. from si pi. 

hiK€ = ^Kty aor. from 'irjpt, 


li^v8av6=^i/^ai/£ from avSdvia. 

ir^oq iefjog), see kifg. 

^s=^Ci rel. pron. from og. 

Iijs, poss. pron. gen. from log, 

li|oH9a, 2 sing, ipf, ^cn, 8 sing. prs. 
subj. from eifti. 


I9clpa^ at, -ac» horse- hair ^ of mane, 
tail, plume of helmet, e 42, IT 795. 

{0cCf»T|, subj. prs., col at, till. <t> 347f. 

IOcXovTT|pas> Tovg^ (eOcXoi), volun- 
teers, fi 292t. 

i6A» (9b\oi(v, only o 317), snbj. 
iSkXiitpi, ipf. iOiXov, i^dsXerov, rijv, etc., 
iter. iOBXeoKig, «, ov, fut. iOtXijffeig, etc., 
'^ aor. e^XfTrra, be reso/ved, B 391 ; be 
read^y T 187 ; ovk—, recuso, A 112; 
I've no thought, 223 ; kdkXtov^ 1 u be n s ; 
oi)K iOsXtov, in Vitus, o 280; TroXXa 
fidX' ovK — , sorely against his will ; priS' 
iOeXff venture not, attempt not, B 247 ; 
VMJL^ 37, I 397, t 262 ; /ia'Aa, would 
gIS3iy, A 318 ; 9vp6g, Kj/p (pot) W^Xh ; 
also tp Ovfjup Tig WiXfi. tKTrdyXtoc. de- 
sire exceedingly ; be able, y 120 ; desirCj 

K 64, V 40, cr 113, H 182. In A 138, 
iJ0/oa=in order that 

I0cv=ou, reflexive pron.. see ov. 

i^cv|jic0a, ipf from BrjEopat. 

tBvoSi ^o, -fa, (fkOvog), company, 
band, host, irdpiov, Xa wr, viKpiov ; swarm^ 
flock, ptXiaaattiv, 6pvi9(oi/f pvidutv; herd, 
Xoipujv, $ 73. 

c6op€, aor. from BpuxTKu), saluit, 

^6p€^|/c, aor. from rpe0w, n u t/ i v i t. 

lOcDV, part, prs., pf cCwOc (ttjOe) -w(,', 
(afiOio,afko,eo), suetus, consuevit, 
U 408; 1 540, laying waste v.unlitmaUij; 
n 260, provoke in their wanton way ; 
but in £ 231, solitus. 

cl (perh. like al from pron. og), orig. 
as; this signif. recognizable in A 321. 
— I. optative use: cf utinam, with 
opt,K 111,0 571, n 559, Q 74,^388; 
esp. with yap, a 255, P 561 ; with Kfv, 

545. — II. interrogative use: si, if, 
whether (in MSS. often confounded with 
?/, V 415), with indie, B 300, E 183, 
r 325; fut., A 83, Z 367 ; subj.. O 16, 
IT 138; opt. and subj., iEj 163; ten- 
tative use : freq. after such verbs as 
Treipf}9rj, T 385 ; yvwptpai, <P 266 ; pt- 
voivtov, M 59 ; also after other verbs 
when an ellipsis is to be supplied, e. g. 
to see, followed by opt. or indie, K 206, 
19, M 122,^ 40.0 571.— III. con- 
ditional use : si, if, (ti ttot ttjv ye, see 
under I. if), il pi), nisi, un'ess, without 
verb, after negations, p 326; other 
combinations, e. g. ti ds, ei 6' dye, etc., 
see under special heads. — (1) when the 
condition is formal rather than real, 
i. e. the sentence is not reallv hvpo- 
thetical; indie, pres., M 233, A 178, 
280 ; ti tOsXfig, with follg. inf , o 80 ; 
ipf, A 321 ; aor., A 290, E 104, 2 305 
(« 7ror£, A 39,7 98); pf,A 173,Z 128, 

1 42, y 93 ; the principal sentence is 
entirely uninfluenced in form bv the 
condition, M 233, U 452, 494. Z 142, 
A 290, 2 305, Z 128, X 390.— (2) 
with condition likely to be realized, 
seldom indie, 2 427 ; more often fut., 
A 135, 137, N 375,)3115, 163,A 294 
(principal sentence is free to take any 
form, A 135, Y 26, 130) ; usually subj!!, 
E 258, A 340, e 221 ; often with Kfv, * 
553, a 288, A 324, I 135, F 281, 284, 
1 412, 414, A 315; rarely with dv.^ 
556, r 288; theptmcA^aX ?,<iw\.cv\Q-^ \s>a^.- 




affected by the conditional clause. M 
71, A 324, I 277, H 77, E 212, I 363, 
A 415. — (3) condition wholly uncer- 
tain, with no expectation of being 
realized; here the optative (never in 
iterative sense), A 34, P 102, I 379, 
S 209, n 73; also with kbv, I 141, 283, 
A 60 ; after negations ovd' «»', 9 22, x 
61 (fcfi/, I 445, K 381); wf a re, as if, 
K 420, t 314 ; in the principal sentence, 
opt. with Kiv (av, 6 22, I 445).— (4) 
condition contrary to reality; indie, ipf. 
for present time, the verb of the prin- 
cipal sentence, instead of following in 
indie, ipf., is often potential, Q 220; 
indie, aor. for past time, (also A 310, 
ipf. joined with aor.), A 750, ^ 363, 
O 460, n 686, 700, ^ 527 ; plupf , ^ 
363; in principal sentence we expect 
aor. indie, with Kiv\ yet we also find 
in principal sentence k^v with opt., E 
311,388, B 81, a 236, P 70; irreg., B 
488, r 453. Irregularities in the 
hypoth. period are common, e. g. the 
conclusion (principal sentence) begins 
often with np, iiroi, ij r . — IV. con- 
cessive use : ii Koi (yet not in every 
case, e. g. B 367) if also, and rat tl, 
even if, with indie, O 51 ; with opt., 
X 13, I 318; with subj., E 351 ; el trip, 
see this word. 

ctaiicvg, ry, (^//ai?), depression, A 
483 and O 631. 

ci.avov = tavou, n 9t. 

f Idpivg, yffi, oim, (Pfop), &py spring- 
time ; dvOtm^ spring blossoms, B 89. 

ctao-c, aor. ciaoicc, ipf iter, from idoj. 

ctaroi, TO, see rjfiai. tUiTO=r)(Tav. 

ctpcig, etc., ipf. t7/3ov, t, (Aa'jSw), 
tcLKpvov, 531, shed tears; often with 
Kara-, IT 11. 

cl yap, see e/ T. 

et Yc, siqnidem, if at leist, since, 
usually separated as h irenv ye, i 529 ; 
except el ye fikv, e 206, and el y ovv — 
yt, E 258 (see yoijv). 

clSdX^f&ag, ace, (eZ^oc), vennstas, 
comely^ a> 279f . 

ctSdp, TO, -aTa. (I^w), c i b u s, X 1 23, 
« 140; dvGivov, fiowery food ; fodder, 

cl Be, (\)but if, ir 387 and freq.— (2) 
cl 8* aye (aytrf), usually explained by 
ellipsis of ftovXei ; perh. better as an 
old imp. from elfii, instead of Wi Srj (cf. 
ri 3e, tl da, 1 262), vade age ! come 

go! P 685, *Avri\ox\ «» ^ dye Sevpa, 
^'iorpe<p6(;, o<f>pa irvOrfai ; later, its signif. 
having been forgotten, it is joined with 
dytT, X 381 ; and with pi. verbs, Z 376, 
6 18; often with vocatives, the verb 
following in imp. (yet sometimes fut., 

217, A 524, I 167, ^ 579; or subj., 

1 37, fa> 336), A 302 (/ii7v, vero), n 667, 
T 108; or subj. of exhortation, X 381. 

cl 8ij, if now, seeing that^ expressing 
conviction ; also in indirect questions, 
whether now. (See ^17 2.) 

£l8o6ct|, daughter of Proteus, a sea- 
goddess, d 366. 

C18-, I. prs., (ti^iy/ii), subj. eiofa>^ 
opt. el5tirji\ classed with oUa ; mid. 
ciScrai (stem F I A, video, Eng. wit), 
-o/ufi/oc, -1?, V ideor, seem, A 228 ; with 
inf.,Q 197.t 11; part.. simi lis — ,^f/mf, 
like in bodily shape; lucere, 9 559. N 
98. — II. aor. cl<rdf«.T)v, eeicaro^ (t)et(Td- 
/itvoc, fy, vide bar, M 103; appeared, 
Q 319; (ag ore, e 281; seemed, with 
inf., G 295, /3 320, B 215; was like, 
(pOoyynv, in voice, B 791 ; part., simi- 
lis, rivi, N 45, 216, K 24. — III. fut 
cto-of&at, cognoscam. recognize, K 88 ; 
sciam, know, (3 40, tt 246; experiar, 
fnd out, 9 532, ;^ 7 ; al ke, with subj., 
9 1 1 1 , n 243, 7} ; also clSi^orcis, eiv, kfiev, 
sciam, 17 327, ^ 257, cogniturum 
esse. — IV. perf. otSo, novi. / know, 
with which are classed foUg. forms, 

2 sing, ol^ac, 3 pi. laa<n, ^ 89 ; ISetj, 3< 
235, and tideut, ofiev, ere, inf. tSfievai, 
Ufiev, part. iSviyai, plupf. nSea, 2 sing. 
i^tidrjc, 'i^eiSfig,yST]a9a, 3 smg. i^eidrj, et, 
ydeiv, rj^ 3 pi. urav — ik rivog, ex ali- 
quo. from some one, X 280; (jidK*) ev, 
1^ 175, (ov)<Ta'0a, (not) accurately, cer- 
tainly; TTspi Keivov, de illo, concern- 
ing him, p 563 ; 'rraXatd re troXXd re, 
have been through much,jy 157; frXe- 
iova, more experienced, T 219; with 
gen., peritum esse, M 229, 412, P 
5, nondum peperisse; withfollg. 8, 
^ 771 ; orn, A 408 ; or dv, 9 406 ; wf, 
e 423 ; «', d 712 ; el xe, f3 332; whh 
indirect question, A 653, 1 348, X 463 ; 
with attraction, B 409, N 276, p 378 ; 
part., P 402; calleo, know how, with 
inf , H 238, 358 ; with ace, understand, 
tpya, H 236, B 832, 134; esp. with 
ntr. adj., he versed in, practice, ijirio^ r 
329, 332, B 213, 1 189. 428 ; ydptv rivi, 
gratiam habere, thank; ii> eid<i*i:,' 




with gen., peritissimns; ad(l>a — , 
with inf., O 632 ; with ace., N 665, d 
534; fern., A 365, and iSviym irpani- 
Sttrat, of "H^tffrof, with inventive 
mind, ly 92. — V. aor. clSov (iPi8ov\ 
also Uov, subj. i8w(jii), mid. IS^f&Tiv, 
subj. i^ijai, opt. iSoiarOf v i d i, A 275, X 
25, 1 29 ; opp. TrvOofiriVj >// 40 ; vofjaai^ 
E 475 ; dipBaXfioXtrtv (without ti/), very 
often; intelligo, perceive^ A 249, 
with subj. ; with ace. part., T 283, 292, 
7 221, A 223, 232; spec tare, beholdy 
\ 94 ; visitare, a 3; hok, etg Tiva, tl 
{6^9aXfioliTt, IT 477), vpoi;^ dvra, N 184 ; 
fcffoi/ra, \ 143; dvrioVf ir 160; kots- 
viaira, O 320, straight forward, into 
one's countenance, axp^^^^i vTroSpa; 
mid., V id ere, see, with part., A 374, 
516, (iv) 6f9a\fioiai (2 135), O 600; 
ivi i^ptai, in thought; cognoscere, 
$ 61, ^ 159; iSf^oOaij to look upon, F 
194; 9avfia, 9 366; tig Siira, r 383. 

cISos, dat €f, ntr., {tUov) species, 
OHtuHird form or appearance, esp. of 
countenance ; often joined as ace. of 
specification with 2L([]^.,in forni,heauty, 
r 124; often coupled with fikyiOog, 
^vijv, always of human beings, exe. p 
308, to judge from his (such an) ap- 

ctSwXov, TO, (It, a, (itv, ( tldoQ ), 
species, illusive image, E 449 ; phan- 
tom, B 796; esp. (jca/A<Wwv) shades of 
the dead who flit about in the lower 
worldA476. XI, 7*^- 7^ 

clOap, s t a t i m, immediatefy, A 5 7 9. 

^c (see aWt, si, I.), u t i n a m, oA that ! 
with opt, j3 33, K 468, A 313 : iW, y 
90=«rf, sive. 

cl KaC, si etiam, even if, Y 371; 
etiamsi, although, ^ 832. (B 367, 
see ri rrti.) 

ct Kcv, see ct, IIT., 2, 3. 

ctxc, ipf., (1) from €t«cu>, yield. — (2) 
from iiKut, appear. 

cf KcXos (also iKiXog), rj, ov, (II. ukid). s i- 
uii 1 i 8, Idee, rivi, \ 207 ; avdqv, in voice. 

cUoo'dicis, V ic ies, twenty times I 379. 

cXkooi,, itiKom, v i g i n t i, ttcenty. 

cUocrXv-^pXTa (cf. iptriprig). joined 
twenty times, twenty-fold, X 3491. 

(l)cUoorT6v, if, vicesimum, o. (Q 

luCTO, TOV^ TTJV, ilKvXOj SCO II. ftKU). 

I. iiKut, ctKCTC, imp., ffjca>v, ipf. (Iks, 
I aor., iter. ii^aoKi, {PeiK-), retire before 

any one, rivi, P 230 {jc^pfitig, withdraw 
from battle; rd ov pkvog, be inferior in 
courage); Ovfitf eiKwv, from impulse, 
V 143 ; 9vfi<fi tt^ag, in consequence of 
impulse ; nvog, retire from, a 10. x 91 ; 
be inferior in, rivi {iroceaai, 4 221); X 
321, where he might most easily be 
wounded ; ^ 337, give him the reins 
with thy hands, i. e. give him free rein. 

II. tiKut (JIK ?) ipf. cIkc {ijiKt). pf. 
coiKa (jjoiKa), 3 du. uktov, part. ioiK^g 
and tiKtjg, ioiKuXa and iiKvla, plupf. 
ktfiiceiVj eig, €((v), itKrrjv, iotKiaav, mid. 
plupf ttKTo, ijiKTo, (l)similem esse, 
resemble, rivi ri, in any thing, Y 371, 
^ 379, a 208, r 380 ; dvra, Q 630 ; 
fig CtTra, in countenance, T 1.58; ayxi- 
ara, maxime, wavra, in all respects. 
— (2) dec ere, beseem, toiKk tol ovroi 
aeiKsg, I 70; oi)de fiiv ovde toiKt, nee 
vero decet (personal, x 348, decet 
me); K 440, with ace. and inf. B 190, 
233, a 278 (x 196, sc. KaTa\ix9ai, ut 
273, sc. TTopelv). — (3) eonvenit, suit, 
S 520, I 399. loiKu« (dK(itg), (1) 
similis, rivi, A 47, "^ 430, y 124 sq. 
— (2) meritus, deserved, a 46. — (3) 
what is becoming, suitable, d 239. 

clXairivd((0v, ovm, part, and 3 pi. prs., 
{liXaTTivrf), epu\&ns, feastir^, JS 57. 

clXairlva<rn^s> o, eon viva, guest, 
P 577t 

clXairtvT), r), eompotatio, drinking 
bout, a 226. 

clXap, TO, (^PfiXap, tiXeoj), muni- 
men tum, defense, H 338, e 257. 

cIXcLtXvo9> OV, oiffi, at, of pine, j3 424, 
S 289. 

clXc, aor. from aiptto, 

"EiksiBviOj »/, EUnthyia, daughter of 
Hera, r 188 ; usually pi. as si<(ter- 
goddesses who preside over childbirth, 
T 119,A 270. 

ElX^o-iov, town in Botwr/a, B 499 f. 

clXco), aor. tXaav, 3 pi. inf tXaai and 
kkXoai, part, -aag ; pass. pf. UXfieOa, 
fit'vog, aor. idXr} [a], 3 pi. dXev, inf. 
dXrjfiivai, rjvai, part. dXdg, ( FEA ), 
crowd together, confine, N 524 ; esp. 
force back enemy, 4> 295 ; ^ame, A 
573; shut in, /i 2io, X 447; hold bark, 
B 294; «mi<eM?tVA lightning, shatter and 
sink in the sea, i; 250; j>a««s. in chse 
array, E 782; obsideri, shut up in 
siege, E 203; includi, crowded to- 
gether^ M 38, S 2%T *, colUct tliMu&eXwA 




Ml one body, E 823, n 714, ^ 534, ^ 
420; contrahi, cower, crouch (gather 
strength for a bound, onset), n 403, Y 
168, 4> 571, X 308. 

clXi^XovSa, iifVy ec, pf. and plupf.= 
IKrjiXvda, €i, see ipxofiai. 

clXi-ir<S8c<r<riv, Trodag^ (;rovt,'), brittff- 
ing the feet close together, of oxen or 
cows, which plait their hind-legs as 
they go, each describing, alternately, 
an arc of a circle about the other, and 
occasioning a rolling gait ; others 
translate trceUiThg-footed, and explain of 
the hind-feet, which approach suc- 
cessively the fore-feet on the opposite 
side, a 92 and freq. 

ctXw, only pres. ptc. pass., crowd to- 
gether, E 203, 782, see ciXuw. 

^Xov, oiiriv, aor. from aipkta. 

clXiJ&Tai, pf. pass, from elXvio. 

ciXv|Jka, ro, (vel am en, PeiXvio, veil), 
wrapper, Z, I79t. 

clXv^^ci, 3 sing, and part. clXv^6- 
«v, whirl about, Y 492, A 156t. 

iiXvu), fut. clXv<ra>, pass, pf iiXvfiai, 
3 pi. -varai, part, -fiivog, plupf. eiXvTo, 
obvolvere, wrap, envelop, E 186, v 
352 ; cover, ^ 479, n 640. 

ctf«.a, TO, -ri, -Ta,-(n,{Pk<Tfia, cvw/ii), 
vestimentum, ^ranweni; ^ 214, a^ 

cl|Jkai =^f(T/ia{, pf pass, from livvvfii. 

ftjiapraijrojpf.and plupf from /tipw. 

clfA^vos = PsfTfifvot;, fvw fiit in d u t n 8. 

cl |jii{, nisi, also after d\\og,fi 326. 

cl|iC (ifffii, esse), 2 sing, itrm (never 
el), 1 pi. tifisv, 3 pi. iacri, subj. tw, du), 
3 iym, yai, 3 pi. (wtrt, aim, opt. 2 ioiq, 
3 601, inf. t(fi)nev(ai), part. Iwv, iovtra, 
kov; ipf 1 fa, ^a, tov {tr^v, A 762 171/ v? 
O 82, r 283), 2 iria9a, iio9a, 3 triv^ ijriv, 
f}Ev, du. rjffrriv, pi. taav (mid. eiaro, 
correct to liaTo, v 106), iter. eaKov, «; 
fut. tfrao^tai, -ffiai, -truTai, -ffofieOa, 
-aovrai, also taenia tffofifcrOa. — Pres. 
indie, is enclitic ; exes. 2 sing., epic 
3 pi. tamv, and forms in sign if exist; 
esse, suppetere, be, be at hand, ^ 
496 ; evSov iovTuiv, of her store ; with 
inf of purpose or obj., d 215, Q 610; 
i^o'tg, o 50; fiv9oi, 6 214, to-morrow 
also we shall be able to converse with 
each other; B 393, surely he shall 
find no means; cf jS 355, 371, A 
271, ^ 412 ; tart ri fiat, habeo ali- 
quid, have any — , o 336, <r 3; ovofi 

ktrri (nvt, with nom. of name, <r 5); 
itrri 8k Tig, toKt dky introductory form- 
ula, y 293, o 417 ; originate with, a 33; 
spring from, rivog, a 215 ; cf. Y 106 sq., 
/5 274, y 123, K 204, v 130, Z 211, T 
111, >I^ 347; 6e in life, exist, ut 263, j3 
119, toi 351, ^ 201 ; ov orjv, Z 131 ; 
ovKBT kovTog, mortui, X 384, a 289; 
take place, oinag torai Tadf tpya^ what 
turn these things will take ; wg ifftrai 
Trip, as it will also come to pass; elri Ktv 
Kal TovTo, this might well come to pass, 
o 435; Tiaig, a 40; iaaofitvoi, pos- 
ter! ; totna — iaao^tva irpo t iovray 
praesentia futura praeterita; 
6e, as verb copula, alaa=aimfioVj is 
fated, with inf (A 416); ri ttot iffv yt, 
alas ! it was he ; Traptiwv ififxtvai, to 
be an ornament, A 142 ; diro Bvfiov fxci, 
mihi odio eris ; ovx tSog koTi, non 
vacat sedere; impersonal, aide, 2 
266 ; QVTii*, \ 348, tt 31 ; L^oi dopiv<f»y 
mihi gaudio, would be grateful to 
me, H 108 ; ctrn, it is- possible, with 
inf, ovK ttJTi, M S27 = ovTTiog, nullo 
modo, d 193; with ace. and inf, £ 
103, ov — ^rjxog (expedient, remedy) ; 
fj 9ffiig t(Trt, sicut fas est; ov 9kfiiQ^ 
S 386, nefas est. (Ellipsis of tori is 
frequent, in various forms, e. g. ^y, A 
376; icrriOfO 502.) 

cl|u, 2 sing. d(T9a, subj. ir}a9a, lyg, 
'yffi, tofxtv, toiffif opt. eiriv, t'irf, T 209, 
itirj, inf. il(fi)fiiv(ai), ipf rjiov yia, ijuf; 
Ug, ijuv yt U, yoptv, iiiaav laav ijiov, 
fut. aor. mid. (Jt)vaaTO, ire, go, 
m widest meaning; usually with fut. 
signif , S 526 (yet not so in compari- 
sons, e. g. d 40 1 ) ; with fut. part., F 
383, S 200, O 136, P 147 ; Mv, go by 
a road ; dyytXog, as messenger for, 
Tivi, A 652, K 286, examples of dif- 
ferent constructions : — du), x^P^'^i <t 194 ; 
TTtSioio, through the plain, aarv, Ov- 
XvpTToV', AlyvTrrov-, TroXepov-, riirupov^ 
de, irpog 'OXvpirov, Trapa Tiva ; ptTa 
rtva, seek for, go to fetch, N 247, t// 88; 
tg dalra, iiri Supirov, iiri dt^id, vwo 
yalav = tig 'AiSog, dvTa Gsuiv, Irri itiog 
iv VTji, sail, — pass, trog, /3 89 ; return, S 
670, y 257, A 169, F 305 ; incedere, 
walk (majestic), ^ 102, H 213 ; rise to 
go, go airay, then as exhortation (j3d<TK, 
dXX', Stvp), i9i ; Jig, B 87, M 239, X 
309 ; plough the waves, A 482 ; penetrate, 
F 61, A 138 ; of stars, pursue their 




ttwrw, X 27, ^ 226 ; 0artc» go abroad, 
^ 362 *, advance (of enemy), F 2, 8, M 
88, P 759, X 7 ; tirt rtvi, avrt rtvoc, 
iWi: ni/oc^straight upon, dvrioQj H 98, 
X89. p-,to/i«i/.] 

€lv = fcV. 

clvd-€Tfs (troc), adv., nineyearsy y 1 1 8. 
ctvoi) infin. of iifii, v. 1. r 257. 
clvoucls, n o V i e 8, nine times, ^ 230 f. 
clv-dXit|, ac, (aX^), adj., marina, 
of the sea, sea-, o 479 and t 67. 

clvd-vvx^ ("*^X")» ^j* pl«» '***'* 
mghts long, I 470t. 

clvdrcpcs, (jjv, at, j a n i t r i c e s, 
brothers^ wives, Z 378. 

cCvoTos, n o n u s, ninth, B 295. 

ctvcxa =£vcca. 


clv-o8tois, adj., {oSoi^, in the way, 
n 260t. 

€lv-o<rt-Yau)s =two<ri7aioc. 

€lv-o<K-+vXXov, ace, {<pv\\ov), leaf- 
shakinff, with quivering /oU ige, (22. 

ci|o4rKC, iter. aor. from eiKcu, cede- 

cto=ov, X *9, A 400, sibi inferio- 
rem, inferior to himse^jf. 

cloiKviaiy pf. part, from loiKaj II. 



ctirii, -i/itv(ai), see dirov, 

ctircp, (/* on/y, if for once, as sure as, 
contains often an emphatic assertion ; 
the leading idea or important word 
often precedes, 9 408; with indie, pre- 
terit, Z 282 ; fut., K 115, M 223, n 
263 ; subj. pres., M 245 ; aor., K 225, 
* 576, X 86, 191 ; opt., N 288 (apodo- 
sis, oifK av irkaoC), Y 100 {pv /ic i/iir//- 
(Tfc); additional examples with past 
tense of indie, IT 618 {raxa Kiv kut'e- 
vavae), IT 847 {trdvTfg k oKovto). 

ctirov {tftvov, fiirov), aor., parallel 
forms iter. inr^nKiv, subj. ec?r(u/i(, ytrOa, 
indie. 1 sing. eiTra, 2 pi siTrare (taireTe, 
q. v.), hivov^ sag, speaJc, rivi or rrpog 
nva ; ri rivt, UdonQ execute somethinjr 
y 427 ; rivd, (1) address, B 59.— (2) 
ecM, teU, T 334, 9 373 (attraction, r 
219), iMi 337.— (3) («v) Tivd, speak (well) 
of one, a 302 ; TTfpi rivoq, dp<pi tivi, 
de aliquo ; iv (fjurd) riffi, before, in 
presence of : ttrog, A 108, 543 (or 166, 
say something) ; fivOov, T 85 ; ay- 
yAirjv, OioTrpoTTiop, Qkatpara ; c'tKj\v, 
give judgment; vtrkpoirkov, speak arro- 

gantly ; adt^a, clearly, accurately ; kqi 
frork riQ iiiryai, olim dicturus sit 

ciiroTC,8i quando,(/*erer; « rror 
tijv yt, see L f}. 

cf irov, sicubi. (/■ any where, y 93, 
ct iruS) si qua, t/'tn any way, serve to 
state more mildly an assertion or sus- 
picion, K 206, O 571, a 388, tt 148, 
A 17. 

clpdcDVy Twv, meeiing-pUices, 2 531f . 

tipytt), un-Homeric, '^ 12, see tpyw. 

cipcpov, rov, {(Ttipd, servus), ser- 
vitutem, afowry, Q 5291. 

clpco-Ci), lyf, ^, (tplcraw), remigium, 
rowing, p 225. (Od.) 

Elp^Tpia, av, town in EvfSoia, B 
537 f. 

ctptfai., see epw III. 

cipt||j,ai, see (1) eipw, say. — (2) ipu), 

clpi{vT|, rjg, y), {tlprjpai), peace, iir 
iiprjvTig, in pace. 

ctpiov, pi. €ipia, {lpiov,dpvuQ), velle- 
ra, vool ; £t. ^a'iVHv, card wool, x 423. 

clpo-K^fjKp, ry, (Kop-sui), Ian as cu- 
ranti, dressing wool, ginning, F 387 1. 

ctpofiai, see ipio III. 

clpo-ir^KCdv, oic, gen. and dat. pi. 
from -iroKog, (Trfetcw), wool-fleeced, woolly, 
I 443 and E 137. 

ctpoS) TO, {ttpia), V ell u s. fleece, ^135 
and ( 426. 

clpiJaTai, TO, see ipvopai and tpvovvu 

cipo) (FEP, ver-bum), fut. ipsw, kti, 
sovat, €(ov, kovoa, pass. pf. ftprjTat, 
i]pkva, plupf. iiprfTO (fut. itpijcrfrai^, 
aor. ptjOivTi, — say, A 297 ; announce, 
tiroQ, dyyeXirjv, tpdwg; fraps^, falso, 
^ 16. 

c7|0ti>, see leppsvov. 

clpoirqlS) prs., ipf. ilpwra, i^piora ; 
(flpopai), interrogare, ask, o 423. 

clst before vowels and fiaino, Is (t'V, 
^v, in), prep, with ace, (cf in with 
ace. in Latin). — O) of place, into, to, 
tiQ uXa (^rtr, ^577), iiXade, «c 351 ; 
Xoifprjv, X 128 ; with KariOrjKiv, v 96 ; 
with designations of place, also names 
of cities, to, 6 203 ; Tpf-neffOai, turn- 
ing themselves toward, o 421 ; elsewh. 
of object or aim, e. g. kg Onpijv, pdxvVf 
TToXepov ; apparently with gen., sc. 
66pov, K 512, Z 378, Q 160, 482, v 23, 
esp. with 'Aifiao', fi 5>%\,^c.. 900.^*, ^^\» 




cf. ^ 258 ; Ig Siaicovpa^ at a discus-throw; 
look upon, U 484, 9 170, tt 477; tit; 
WTTrt, a 411 — cet; avra, e 217, in the 
face; distributive, B 126, in decu- 
rias distribueremur, bt/ tens, ^ 
135 ; — of end or purpose : tiirttv (/lu- 
euffBcuy *■ 305) £('<.■ dyaOaV, 1 102, ad- 
vise oneybr his good, iiq drt^v, to my 
ruin, /i 372; E 737^ for the combat; — 
of result : B 379, come to one conclu- 
sion. — ^ of time, up to ^ for, iviavrov, 
d 595, iy356 ; ig ti, quousquc, how 
lon^ ; vc o re ksv . urdil when, with 
sul)i../3 99. 

ila-, in compounds, see la-. 

fls (£if)=fc(T<ri, (ci'/zi), es, only before 
vowels, exc. p 388. 

els, /iia, eV, unus, a, um; A 397, 
«va oZoi/, fiia fiovinri, fii' otiy, )3 412, 
one single one; so elg, only one, a single 
one, V 313, x 138 ; idem, same, N 487, 
511, once for all; o 106= nearly ali- 
quem, some one; tva aUij L e. one af- 
ter another, x 1 i 7. 

ctca, see 'iCo). 

Is 6iy€ipo\ii.€yf ipf. itraydpfro, aor. 
-aro, co//ec< in^o, A 142 (v. 1. iv S' — ) ; 
^ 248, collected itself into ; O 240, was 
just coming back to life. 

cUr-aYCD, reg., aor. freq. in tmesi, eg d' 
ay ays, introducere, lead in; Z 252, 
kaayovaa, briitginr/ toith her (by chance); 
elsewh. with design, e. g. A 778; 12 
447, bid come for ivard, be seated; irpo- 
rkpu), d 36 ; KpfjTTjv kraipovg, brought 
safely to Ivrete, y 191 ; dofiov, into the 
house ; bring in, ^ 419, r 420. 

cUrdtJLCvos, aro, (1) from itdofAat, 
8 i ra i 1 i s. — (2) from £i/ti = hioaro, 

clcr-ava-Paivot, opt. prs., ipf. -e/3a(- 
vov, aor. -sfirjVy mount, 6 291 ; go back 
to, Z 74; go up to, 12 700 ; 12 97, 2 68, 
went up the shore, tt 449 (tmesis, r 

eUr-av'dyovaXy carry off into bond- 
age, with ace, 9 529 f. 

cio-'aV'iSwv, intuitns, looking up 
into, with ace, IT 232 and Q 307. 

clo'-ai'-icuv (a/xt), with ace, climbing 
the sky, H 4231. 

clo'-dvTa (fi'c dvra), in the face, 
straightforward^ o 532, also loavra, 

ctcraro, aor., see «7/ni and fitov. 

clo'-a()>-iKavcv, ipf, cnme. to, x 99. 

lia - a0 - iKoftriv, only subordinate 

modes, pervenire ad, arrire o^, with 
ace, fi 84, i// 66, Y 336: 

ih-jiaiviti, ipf. and aor., embark upqn, 
enter, ri, i 103, d 48, 9 314; M 59, conu 
in ; tf 6' f3fj(T(, drove in, A 310. 

cUr-ct8ov» (, see tiaopdut. 

cur<-ci|j.i, ipf kg d' riitv, IrrjVf go in ; 
/icr' dvkpag, among the men ; mter, x 
470; 12 463, in conspectum ve- 

clo-cXdcDv, drive in, k 83 ; ettr-kXaffav, 
ran in the ship, i/ 113; drive into bat- 
tle, O 385. 

cUr-cpvcravTcs (ipvio), aor. part., hav- 
ing dragged it into tlie cave, /z 31 7 f. 

cl<r-^pXco, fut. latXevaufiaij aor. etV- 
ijXOe, ig 6' r/\9t, f(Te\9i, etc., also ia- 
ipX^rai, intrare, enter, ri, p 275; ig 
ri, 8 802 ; ivvqv, d 338; incessere, 
enter into, cmie upon, P 157, o 407 ; B 
798, very often have I been present in 
battles ; i n g r e d i, <Ppvyitjv. 

lUn\f rjg, y, rfv, ai, {ifiaftj, fern, from 
IfwFog = l(rog\ a e q u u s, like, propor- 
tionate, epithet of (1 ) ^uirog (dalrag, X 
185), ^/<f»^ share, A 468; equal, Le, 
equally divided, feast. — (2) vfjtg, vfjag, 
VTjog, symmetrical, w^- proportioned, c 
175. — (3) doitida Travrua iiarfv, «»»- 
form on every side, circular. — (4) iftpk- 
vag tvdov (nearly = fcvae'(7t/zot, er 220), 
weU-balanced, thoughtful, reasonable, 

€la^a= tig, from «/nt. 

clcr-i^lJicvai, pres. part. mid. from 
ilairjfit, seeking to enter, x 470. 

do-- CGf«.T), tf, (tlpL), entrance, ^ 264t. 

luncci), prs. indie, ipf. tjiitki, optv, a'- 
(TKOfisv (iKeXog), liken, (1) with reflexive 
pron. and dat., assume form (appear- 
ance) of any one, v 313. — (2) discern 
resemblance, rivd rivi, dyxtcrra, Trdvra 
altogether, ivu)7radi<t)c, \p 94 ; compare, 
r 197; t 32\, judged it as large as. — 
(3) censer e, hold, with ace and inf, 
N 446, may we think it an equivalent ? 

el(r-vof-io, only aor. clo'cv(iir|(ra, e, dis- 
cern. Q 700 f. 

cW-oSos, V, entrance, k 90 f. 

clo'-oixvcv<ri, evcav, 3 pi. indie, and 
part., (oixofiai), with ace, enter, ^157 
the choral dance. 

€ia'6K€{v) = tlg o Ke, d um, with subj., 
(1) until, r 409, 9 318.— (2) as long as, 
1 609. 

cto-crat, fut, (1) from dfii, ibit — (2) 
from olda, sciet, see £IA, IV. 




M - opdtOf prs. cUrop^oMTt, opt. 
'opoifiTt, part, 'opoatv and -wifj mid. 
pres. imp. -opdacfOej inf. -daoGai^ ipf. 
•opowvro ; aor. liotXdov eiaiSovy iter. 
iaidecfKtv (\p 94), mid. 'idovroy lokffOtjv, 
iSrjrai^ (often in tmesi, <r 219, 320), 
intueri, look upon, 6(p9a\p,oiaiVy ir 
477 ; ii/ijj'iradi(og=^di^Ttiv, gazed into his 
eyes ; i// 94, ^<r(d«ric£t/, instead of usual 
reading riioKtv {fiiaKtv)-, bthold, H 214, 
with part. 2 235, 526 ; ir 211, en- 
dare the sight; 9iiv <i>f, dei ins tar 
saspicere, ^oze upon one as a god; 
spec tare, 6€AoW (mid.), ^ 448; the 
infin. is often used after verbs of com- 
paring where it seems superfluous, i 
324, y 246, ^ 230 ; 3? 345, whose rays 
are the most piercing to the sight. 

itaoQj see eicfti. 

eh-irkrofjiai, only aor. fUr^irraTO, 
with ace, involavit,^ into, * 494t. 

ctcrw, Ifcrw, (c/c)) introrsum, toithin, 
freq. after ace, n 364, o 40, Z 284, sc. 
Sofiovy with gen., ly 135, 290; with 
pregnant signif., seeming to have par- 
tially the force of a prep., N 553, k 91 ; 
i; 13, and carried in to her the evening 

cUrwvoi tysvovTo viiov, they arrived 
ju8l opposite (dg toira) the ships, O 653 f. 

ctroi = Pkarai, v e s ti tu s est, cV- 


cC T€ — et T€, s i V e — s i v e, eiiher — or, 
with indie, A 65 ; and subj., M 239. ^ 
€lr€=€ir]T€, opt. from £i/a. 

ctw = w, subj. from a/it. 

ct»ea, pf. of Wu. 

ctov, ipf. from idu). 


Ik, before vowels l{, prep, with gen., 
ex, (I) local : otU of, forth from, I 344, 
K 16, A 239, ff 29; vttvov, E 413 ; K 
107, turn his heart yVoro wrath ; ^ 224, 
washed himself »» the river; partitive, 
A 96, O 680, Q 397 ; U irdvnov, prae 
omnibus, j3 433 ; from, c 283, Z 257, 
N 493, n 365, Y 377 ; tTTTrwv, (Spijg, 
9p6vov, Qvp,ov from the heart ; on the 
part q/; ly 70, a 313 ; fr<ym—to, IT 640, 
X 397; dpxf(TBai, begin with; away 
from, r 273, 2 107, ^ 226 ; A 163, 
fiiXktjJV, out of shot ; = iKTog ctto, away 
frt.m, i. e. from elsewhere than, \ 134; 
translated by, to, or upm, with many 
verbs, e. g. Kptfidaag, B 67, 19; rJKa, 

O 18; rtivag, E 322 ; ijv, A 38; dvfi' 
00a>, fi 5\ ; dfjof, '^ 853 ; so also with 
wpoaipvea, r 58, and w 8 ; cf. 2 480. — 
(2) temporal: from — to, T 290, one 
misfortune after another, Q 535, S 86; 
fc^ ov, ex quo, shice, A 6, 8 295 sq. ; 
U rovh, \ 168 ; tK roio, henceforth, A 
493 ; 6^ tri iraTpdv, since the days of 
our ancestors.— (3) causal : spi-inging 
from, iytpog, ^ 347), tlvai tK rii^ug, T 
106, a 207 ; yevEaOai, E 897, 548, Z 206, 
K 350; yeptii, * 157, cf. A 63; yaijjf, 
a 406, cf. o 425 ; tK vvKTutv, n 286, ^ 
136 ; in consequence of, I 566, A 308, \j/ 
224 ; ipiSog, Hill; denoting the prime 
mover, a 33, tt 447, B 669, tic Atog ; 
icXveiv kK, from one's mouth, r 93 ; 
from some other country, IT 13. Ex- 
aujples of anasti"Oi)he, t, 865, S 472, 
p 518. 

*£KdPii), rig, Avuavrog Ovydrrfp, wife 
of llpiapog, Z 293, n 718. (II.) 

iKa-cpYOS, ov, f, {oPeKci-ftpy-og, from 
iipyio, not from tpyov), as god of death, 
he who banishes, he who shuts up far 
away (in the grave or in the lower 
world), 1 564. (II. and 9 323.) 

IkoI':!), aor. pass, from Kaita, com- 
bustus est. 

IkcLCcv {tKag), e Ion-gin quo, far, 
far away (usually from stand-point of 
speaker), p 25 ; far and wide, B 456. 

'Eko-p.ijSt), r\g, daughter of 'Apai- 
voog, maid-servant of Nf<Tra*/o, A 624. 

lKos((r/^€=Lat. se + icaf), adj., for 
one's self, alone, T 422 ; usually adv., 
remote, airr, 2 256 ; freq. used as prep, 
with gnu., far from, N 263. y 354, 4 496. 
kKatrripuif farther than, yen., rj 321 f; 
and tKaffrdroj, farthest oj', K 113f. 

IkootoOi, in each division, y 8f. 

CKaoTos, T], ov, {ofk-Kaarog = each 
one by himself), unusquisque. each 
one; in apposition often in pi., in- 
stead of sing., V 76 ; sing, distribu- 
tive apposition, ic 397 ; with demon- 
stratives, rd, ravra, fi 16; ^ 436, one to 

cKdrcp6c(v), utrimque, on both 
sides, upiXov, = the two armies, F 340, 
« 335,^ 19. 

CKarr) - PcX^rdo, gen. from -irrig, 
sender ofmisHles, A 75f. 

ckcLtti - P6Xos, ov, (jUarog, (3e\i]), 
sender of missiles, epith. of 'AttoWujv.^ 
A 370, y 339,0 ^^\. 




lKaT«SY-X€tpov, ace, (x^ip), centi- 
in a II u ID, hundred-handed, A 402t. 

CKaT(i(v)-^vYOS (^uyov), toith hun- 
dred rowers' 'benches, Y 247 f (hyperbol- 

hind upon, with gen., ^ 121 and \ 

^k-8t)Xos> conspicaas, fiira 9ra- 
<Tiv, E 2t. 

4K-8ia-pdvTcs (fiaivut), rtf having 

lKar6|Ji-PT]s, rfic, -y, -ag, (/3«f 4), heca- passed quite over, K 1981. 

tomb, great public sacrifice, etymologi- vfa hundred oxen, but, in fact, of 
far less, Z 93, 115; often part or all of 
the victims are rams ; pL used of a sin- 
gle sacrifice, B 321. 

CKaT6|j.-Poios9 ov, a, worth a hundred 
oxen, B 449 ; a hundred oxen, ^ 79. (II.) 

lKdr6)i.-^c8ov, better -iroSov, a hun- 
dred feet, (each way), ^ 164t. 

Ixar^iJi-iroXts, hundred 'dtied, of 
K/o//n/, B 649t. (Yet see r 174.) 

cKar^p.-irvXoi, with hundred gates, 
efJlSui Aiyvirrioi, I 383t. 

CKardv, centum, hundred, I 85 ; 
freq. as large round number, B 448, S 
181 ; so also in compounds, e. g. with 
-/3i?C» -TToXig, -TTvXoi. 

cKclroio (jsKarog, 'irjfii, i a c i o), m i s- 
8 or. shooter, A 385. (II.) 

lK-Pa(vovT(i, prs. part, ipf., aor. often 
in tmesi, Ik d' ipav, T 113, (jSaivio), 
e X i r e. ^ out, A 437, 439 ; d e s c e n d o, 
descend Trirprjg; 1 aor,, set on land, A 
438, w 301. 

^K-PdXXwv, prs. part. , ipf. aor. usually 
in tmesi, ej icere, cast forth, * 237 ; 
dej icere, hurl down from, E 39 ; ex- 
cutere e manibus alicuius, /3 
396 ; f u n d e r e, letfcdl, Mxpva ; e m i t- 
ier Q^ utter, tTcog-, excidere, Aew om^, 
c 244. 

^K-Paoxs, 17, landing-place, s 41 Of. 

iK-^KwoKLj, only aor. ^k|ioXcv, pro- 
cessit ex, v)ent forth, A 604f. 

lK-Yryd|ii€v» drfjv, aiog, dovrat, sec 

^K-YcXfuros, aor. part, (ycXaw), laugh 
out; TiSv, heartily, ir 354, tr 35; but 
Z 471, feK dff thereat laughed. 

iK-yiyvofiai, aor. I{cy^vovto, plupf. 
yEydrrjVf da<Ti, inf. dfitv, part, -duirt, 
dv7a, often in tmesi, spring from, rivog, 
* 185,0 641,^229. 

^K-Yovos, ov, o and r), filius, filia, 
child, ojfspring, E 813, X 236. 

tK-Sepw, only aor. part. IxScCpos, de- 
tractam, A«ttn^^ayedf, K 19f. 

4{-c8^ovTO, {rivi n), received from 
him, N 71 Of. 

tK-dsu). ipf. l{^cov, aor. inf. tK^ijaai, 

cK-SoTC, aor. imp., {didwpi), tradite, 
deliver over, F 459 f. 

^K-8vvc, ipf., exuit,|7ti^ off, a 437; 
-ISvovTo, exuerunt sua, F 114; aor. 
-Svg, K 460, but piydpoto, escaping from ; 
so II 99, opt. -6i)fAtVy with ace, may we 
escape; ^ 341, idvoav, stripped from 
my body. 

Ikcl6i, ibi, p lOf. 

Ikcivos and KctvoSy fji o, illc, fxiv 
Toi od' avrug iyw, in truth I who am 
here am he, to 321, cf. T 344 ; kiTvoq 
dviip, d 145, p 243 ; freq. with follg. 
rel, sentence, e. g., ^ 156 ; KdKtivog= 
Kal tKHvog, now usually replaced by the 
reading Kal Ktivog. — kcCkq» illS., there, 
V lllf. 

iK^KaoTo, plupf. from Kaiwpai, su- 

Ik^kXcto, see KsXopai; Ik^kXito, 
plupf. from K\ivu) ; licT)a, see Kaiu). 

lKT)-PoX£ai, skill in shjoting missiles, 
E 54t. 

I1CT1-P6X0S9 ov, {jeKrj, jacula, fidX- 
Xw), shooting; also ssubst., A 96. (11.) 

licT)Xo99 ov, 01, and €vict)Xo99 oi, {Ft' 
KriXoc, kfsKrjX. Ikwv), of good cheer, at 
ease, unmolested, E 805, Z 70, )3 311, 
X 184,0 289,^479. 

tKi\ri (fsKrjri), favore, by grace or 
aid (of a god), with gen., r 86. (Od.) 

iK-OvTiOKu), only aor. 3 pi. ^kOoLvov 
yiXif), risu emoriebantur, (nearly) 
died of laughter, laughed themselves 
(almost) to death, a lOOf. 

lK-0p«iMrKct, aor. i^kOope, tKGope, freq. 
Ik 00/06, exsil ire, spring forth, H 182; 
with gen., desiluit, 6 320; prosi- 
luit, O 573; with gen.,tvvn(fn,0 580, 
K 95, leaps from my breast (from 

I{ - cxdOaipov, ipf., purgabant, 
cleanse, B 153f. 

lK-Kai-8cKd-8ci>pa, ntr. pi., sixteen 
palms (dwpa) long (of horns of wild 
goat), A 109f . 

tK-KoXiu), only aor. part. act. and 
aor. mid. l{cKaXciro, KaXiacrdfitvog, 
summon, mid../or one's self, r 15, w 1. 

Ik- KaXv^|/a|jicvoi, mid., (icoXvTrrtti), 





(capita) revelantes, unveiling their 
heads (which they had previously cov- 
ered in token of grief), k 1 79t. 

iK-xaW-iraXTO, better ovpavov Ik 
Kar.^ (TTaAAo/tmi), sprang doum from 
heaven, T 35 If. 

lK-KaT-i8<0V, better Ilepya/iov Ik car., 
looking doum from Fergamos, A 508 
and H 21. 

Ik-kCcv, ipf. from KitOf came forth., 
ut 492t. 

l{WicXci|rcv, aor., (icXe'?rru>), stole away 
(from his chains), E 390 f. 

l{-cicvXi<r9t|, aor. pass., (KvXiw), 
roUed headlong doicn from, Z 42 and 

kK-\av9avtii., only -X^a0ov, made 
qiUe forget, KiBapurrvVy B 600 ; mid. 
aor. -XcXoOoiTO, oivro, ioOai, with gen., 
-Xd0£ro, ovTO, with gen., 11 602 ; with 
inf. jc 557, forget utter'g. 

&Xc*, ipf pass. = iKKieo, from KXeito, 
thou toast ceUiioting. 

Ik dk fii rrdvTojv XT)6dvci, makes — 
forget all my sufferings, ly 22 If. 

&-XT)oriV, Trjv, {\iidui)y forgetting and 
forgiving (bring about), w 485 f. 

iic-Xv(ro(jLai, fut. from -\i;ai, exsol- 
y&m, s^ free from, with gen., k 286 ; 
i^f\v9rf, better iKi(Tv9rf, E 293. 

Ik-|u>Xcv, aor. from 'J^Xuxtku), went 

lK-|jivCTJd-a«, aor. part, from -fjivKdu), 
{jiv^a), ex sngere, Slick out, A 218t. 

tK-voorriffavTi, see vocrrtjffai. 

iK-irayXos, ov, a, oig, sup. -^rar*, 
adv. -tot;, {miyoQ, cf. piytdavrJQ and 
KarappiyrjXti), strictly, f'o ty, ^ 522 ; 
horrid us, horrible, dreadful, 4> 589, A 
146, K 448; ntr. sing, adverbially, N 
413, X 256 ; so also ntr. pi. used like 
adv. kKTrdyktuQ, only with verbs of 
hating and loving, and always in 
signif. exceedingly, beyond measure (exc. 
A 268, B 357). 

iK'irai^6xrtr€iVf (^aoc), e m i c a r e, 
rush madly into the fray, E 8031. 

^k-^oXto, aor. mid., (TraXXw), with 
pen., excussa est, spirted out, T 

lic-ircir&TaY|ii^os (iraTarmtjj) tppBvag, 
lit. with senses beaten out of one, stricken 
in mind, o 327t. 

lK-ir^|j.ircis, ipf fut 1 aor., (also 
mid.), freq. in tmesi, emitter e, send 
forth, Q 381, Tr 3; M 28, wash away; 

conduct forth, Q 681 ; cast out, with 

iK-iriiroTOL, pf. from -irivio, epota- 
1 11 m est, has been drunk up, 

iK-TTcpdw, 3 sing, -ircpdq^ pi. -rnom, 
aor. -Tjffev — dvriKpv^ pierced through on 
the opposite side ; fttya XaiTfia (dXof, 
9 561), traverse the mighty deep. 

kK-7rip9uj, only fut. and aor. 1 (and 2 
iUirpaBofiep), evertere, destroy, only 
of cities ; A 125, noXitov, u-e have pU' 
laged from the cities. (II.) 

Ik-itco-^civ — -TTtffHv, aor. from 
TTiTrrw, casurum esse ex — . 

iK-irc<t>wiai, pf from -tpvtjD, enatae. 

fc/c-TTiVw, aor. Iiciric, ebibit, drank 
up; perf. pass. -ir^iroTai, quantum 
epotatum est,x 56. (Od.) 

CK-wiirrov, 3 pi. ipf, fut. -irftrffiv, 
aor. iKTrem, ov, also in tmesi. excl- 
dere, fall md, * 492, ^ 467; with 
gen., A 1 79 ; rivi, escaped from her 
hand, X 448 ; daKpv, streame I from his 
eyes ; x"P"C» fr^"* ^^^ hand ; r\ 283, 
having got clear of the water / sai^ 
down (on the shore). 

Ix-irXi^otrovcrt, aor. pass. -TrXijyij, 
3 pi. tK-rrXriyiv., perturbare, cfmfuse 
(N 394, ^pivag, in mind) ; 2 225, were 

iK-^or^ovrai, 3 pi. prs., (TriVrw), d e~ 
cidunt (ex aore), fall down from 
Zeus = from the sky, T 367 f. 

iK-irpcir^fi, ace, nom. -?)c> {irpkirttt) 
tv TToXXoTdi, conspicuous among many, 
B 483t. 

iK-^po-KaXco'crap.^VTi, aor. mid. from 
-KaXfto, with gen., having called him 
forth to herself /3 400t. 

lK-^po-Xiir6vTcs, aor. from X^iVw, 
egress i ex, having gone out of, with 
ace, 9 515t. 

l{-€irn)<rev, aor. from -tttvu), ex- 
spuit. spat forth, with gen., e 322f. 

iK-^cvo'crai, fut.. aor. Trv9i(T9ai^ ex- 
plorare, search out, K 308 and 320 
(better 9iivv Ik, T 1 29). 

iKp^fjLCi), 2 sing, ipf from Kp^fiafjiai, 
suspensa eras. 

iK d' fic€, ipf from pftjj = taptPe, 
effusum asi. flowed forth, N 655. 

l{-cppT)|c, aor. from Ppr/yvvfii, sci- 
dit, snapped, O 469; bSolo, carried 
away a part of the road. 
I ll-cfrduKTc, aor. from -(raota, serva- 
i vit, ^ 501, from th<i sta.,'w\\j5\ ^\!u 

Ik 8^ lovfvovTo 



lie Si loxrevovTO, ipf„ aor. l^ffffvro 
(B 809» 6 58, tmesis), pass. -itrvOrjy rusk 
forth (of eneinv); TrvAwv, from the 
gates ; hun-ied forth, i 438 ; /a 366, fled 
away from my eyes ; t 373, streamed 
from his throat ; E 293. burst out. 

Ik ^e oircuFcv = IllcnrcCcrc, mid. 
-(T7r«(r((T)flrro, -offafisvio^ aor. from 
(TTraw, extrahere, evellere, wrench 
forth, always of spear, with gen. of 
p'art of body whence it is drawn out, 
aripvoLo, etc., A 530. (11.) 

l{-l(rTpc^|/c, aor. from -orpi^u), with 
gen., root up out of P 58t. 

t^KTOLj aor. act., cktoOcv, aor. pass. 
3 pi. from Kreivu). 

lK-TdSCt|v, ace. fem., (rdvio), ex t en- 
sam, broadf toith ample folds, K I34f. 

lK-Td|tKQ<ri, subj., 'TOfjivovrt part., 
aor. -trafiov (tjcra/i€, imp.), ctd out the 
thigh-bones or thigh pieces of victims; 
arrows from wound, A 515; heio out, 
hew off, trees, t 320 ; breakittff off the 
low growth (of wild boars), M 149. 

tftcrav—iKTaaav, aor. from Krdvdt). 

iK-ravviM), only aor. Irdwova, 
-ravvoaQ part., pass. -travvcrOi}, stretch 
outy a 18 ; fall one^s length, prone 
(pass.), H 271 ; lay low, P 58; stretched 
out within it, \// 201, 

Ik-tcX^o), rcXf'et, ipf. "iriXnov, fiit. 
eW, a6r~~^£<Ta€, subj. -fVwort, pf pass. 
TirkXiarai^ fut. TiKkinOai, perficere, 
bring to fulfillment, finish, achieve, B 286, 
^ 7; ynvov, present with oflspring; 
bring to pass, 2 79 ; x 5, has come to 
a close. 

tK-Ti9r)fii, only aor. Ik Wjkc and Ik- 
OcVai, extra ponere, v 97, \p 179. 

Ik 6' iriv&xBiv = -tjtrav, pass. aor. 
from ripanow, were dashed out, n 348 f. 

IktoOcv (t/crog, k), extra, with gen., 
separate from ; i 239, the MSS. have 
tKToOtVy but Ameis reads ivroQiv. 

^Kro6i (iKroc)» extra, oMtetcfc of far 
from, vTjdiv, O 391 ; •irvXaujv, X 439. 

'liKTcipcos, Hectoreus, of Ilektor, 
B 416; 'EKTopiSris^'Affrvava^, Z 401. 

lKT<is {tK), extra, outside, A 151 ; 
with gen., outside of, ^ 424 ; and with 
arrn, K 151, apart from. 

IktoSi ov, sextus, urn, sixth. 

^KToo-c (tKTof:), out of witli gcn., ^ 


JfKTO<rfi(v) (krof), outside, H 341 ; 

with gen., mUside of, before, I 552, ri 

Iktvitc, aor. from Krviriu), t o n a b a t, 

*'£ktci>p, oc, son of Upiafiog (Q) and 
of 'EKoiprj, X 80, 405, 430, Q 747 ; hus- 
band of 'Avdpofjidxri, Z 390, Q 723 ; 
"fighting for his household gods, he fell 
as preserver," Schiller, Sieges fest; 
olog yap tpviro 'IXiov "Eicrwp, Z 403 ; 
slain by Achilleus in revenge for 
slaughter of Patroklos, 2 115, X 326, 
331, 361. 

iKvpi^, rJQ, so cms, mother-in-law, X 
451 ; iKvp^, €, socer, fathf-r-in-law, 
r 172 (afiKvp, svocr, Ger. schwie- 

iK-^aivto, fut. lK4>av€i, shall bring to 
light; aor. i^npavri, 3 pi. tK t(l>avtv and 
i^sipdavOrj, apparu it, appeared, 2 248, 
6 557 ; emicuit, is revealed, N 278; 
-<pdav9ev^ sparkled, T 17. 

lK-<tMur6at {tKipTjfii), utter, k 246 and 

lK-<^poi, 'Sfiev (inf ), ipf. also iK^ptpi^ 
ov, efferre mortuum, carry out the 
dead, Q 786 ; surripere, abstract, a 
19; reportare, carry off, ^ 785; 
TToXefioio, carry off out of the fight; 
$ 450, brought about the end of our 
service ; spring to the front, tnke the lead 
(of horses), ^I' 376 sq. 

Ik ipivyiM), aor. also cK<|»trYC, opiv and 
in tmesi, inf -itiv, effugere, d\6g, es- 
cape from the sea ; jSAof (x«tpoc» ^^'P 
from the hand) ; ri, avoid. 

lK-<|>6^{aTo, see < 

l{-l<^CtTO, aor. from -(fiOl-vta, vri()Q, 
had been consumed out of the ships, i 163 
and /z 329. 

lK-()>(ip€ov, ipf. 3 pi., Qjtkpii)), were 
carrying forth from^ o7<cu>v; kxipopkovTO, 
tcere moving forth from, i/jya>v. 

Ik-<|>vyc, aor. from kKtpevyu}. 

kK-ipvofiai. only pf. lKirc<)»vvtai ; A 
40, grovnr^ out of, avx^vo^. 

tK-xsut, ipf Ikxcov, e ff u n d er e, aor. 
mid. Uxevaro, poured forth his arrows; 
pass. ipf. x^ovTo, plupf. -tKexvvro, aor. 
-fXv9rj, and aor. mid. -tx^ro (ikxvto, 
v^ivoi, pkvoio), stream out; 279, hung 

Ikcuv (old part. PtKm>), volen s, will- 
ingly, F 66 ; sponte, A 43, of free wiU, 
vet reluctantly ; intentionally, Z 523, 
k 372. 




IXdav, inf. from iXdut. 

IXoCt), t/c, V, olea, oHve-iree^ v 102. 

IX^ivos, ^, ov, and iXaiv^(|>, €or, of 
olive-wood, i 320, e 236, N 612. 

IXoiov, ^, rd, o 1 e u m, olive-oil, "^F 28 1 ; 
Xfir(a) iXaitti, fat, i. e. abundantly with 
olive-oil, y 466 ; tv \tjKv9iii, ^ 79 ; »y 
107, from the firmly woven stuff, the 
oil trickles off. 

IXav(a), ttkatnrty IXdotuncc, see 

''EXdUrog, ov, a Trojan, 11 696t. 

IXaoxrov, minas, ^«, K 357t. 

IXdoTpcov, ipf. 3 pi., (tXau;), were 
driving (plough -cattle), 2 543t. 

IXdrq, ijc, TjVy pine ; pL, oars, H 5, 
II 172. ^ . 

^drripi, ry, -a, -tf, (tXaw), auri- 
^&G, charioteer, A 145. (II.) 

"EXaros, ov,(l) ally of the Trojans, 
Z 33. — (2) suitor of ntjvtXowsia, x 

'EXdrpcvs, one of the ^airfxec, dill, 

IXavvM, see IXaoi. 

IXd^-P6Xos {dvfjp), deer-hunter, 2 

IXdU|»os, o and j). -oio, -oktiv, -ovg, 
cervus and cerva, stag or hind, V 
24 ; symbol of cowardice, A. 225. 

IXcM^ptSSf ail dv, a ; -6r€po(,\ oi ; -ora- 
Tog, 01, riv ; adv. -we, € 240 ; 1 e v 1 s, a g i- 
lis, nimble^ Trodag, Oeieiv; swift, T 416. 

IXdx<9 -ov, aor. from Xayxdvit). 

4Xdxcta, fem. from tXa^wt,', i 116, <c 
509, smaU {k\d<r<ruiv), v. 1. Xdxfia. 

4Xaw, eXa'ai/, inf , IXavvo), prs., ipf 
Awi/, fut. tKoutm, aor. iyXaerfff, tXoffo-f, 
eXaffe, iter. iXdaaaKi, plupf pass. >7Xj7- 
Xaro, iXrfXaro, 3 pi. fcX»/X^(^)aro, dtive, 
A 279, 299, T 281 ; beset, discipline, ex- 
erci'sey N 315; ddtjv KaKiWriTog, in 
satietatem mali ad igere. persecute 
him until he has had enoujzh, t 290 ; 
drive away, Z 158, Q 532 ; drive off, A 
154, f 405, 465, o 235 ; pvai iXavvofif- 
voQ, driving away cattle for himself in 
reprisal, A 674 ; tipfia, 'iirirovQ, "^ 334, 
Q 696 ; vr}a, «at7a ship, N 27, // 47, 109; 
row, sail, v 22, H 6, t; 319 ; draw, lay 
ou< in a given direction, I 349, 2 564, 
? 9, 1/ 86 ; strike, hew, thrust, with weap- 
ons, sceptre, E 80, Y 475 ; ovXrjv. so as 
to leave a scar, (f> 219; with whip, P 
614, 7 484, swung the lash to drive 
them forward ; drive in (stakes), ^11; 

xOova fi€Tb)7r(p, strike the earth with 
the forehead; npdg yrjv xdpi] rivocj 
strike off some one's head and dash it 
against the earth ; forge, M 296 ; 
KoX(^6v, prolong the brawl ; oyfiov, 
make one's way down a swath, in 
reaping or mowing; n 518, my arm 
is f)ierced with sharp pains. 

^Scat, erat, ofitrai, also I^X8o|iah, 
etc., prs. ipf., d e s i d c r o, long for, nvig, 
S 276 ; also Ti,desire. a 409 ; the part, 
construed like daptvoQ, 209, H 4 ; 
pa.«JS., 11 494. (PeXeaOat, v e 1 1 e.) 

cX€ = tlXf, aor. from oipeio. 

iXcaCpo), prs., ipf iXeaipiv, iter. 
IXfaiptOKOv, (tXiog), misereri. pity, 
Tird, with part., H 27, I 302 ; ovk tX., 
with inf, thou involvest without com- 
passion, V 202. 

^Xe-yx^^^t despicable ; IXfyxiarog, ov, 
t, most infamous, B 285. 

^XcYx^^^y V^i (*X*7X®c)' reproach, dis- 
grace; Tivi dvaOiiafi, Karix^vag^ in- 
llict upon, cover with, X 100, ^ 38. 

^cyxo^) r(,-€a,YiTohruvn, disgrace ; 
^ 333, why do you reckon this (what 
people will say of you) as disgrace ? 
pi., miscreants, cowards, B 235, U 260. 

^X^YX^i"* P**^- 3 sing., aor. Mibj. 
^^<■7^{/t,^ difhrnor; <p 424, hrivg dis(/rac0 
upon; I 622, despise neither their 
words nor their mission. 

k\U\.v = tXtiv, aor. from a\pkw. 

IXcciv6s» 6v, d, -oTtpoc, -ora'r^i, 
{t\f:og). miserandus.jozVtaWe, * 273; 
itr., flebiliter, /iVt/W/y, (^531; esp. 
pl..X 37, B 314. 

tXctw, only fut. IXc-ijcrci, aor. iXetjae, 
at K iXii}(Ty, and part., (A tor), mise- 
reri. have pity upon, rivd, n 431, and 
n, Z 94 ; with part., O 44, P 346, 
f 336. 

4Xcijf<.a)v, misericors, compassion- 
ate, € 1 9 1 f . 

^XcT)Tvs» iiv, rj, (tXtog), misericor- 
d ia. compassion, ^ 82 and p 451. 

cXcKTo, aor., see stem A EX. 

iXtXii^w, aor. IXAt{c, aor. mid. iXf- 
Xi^dpevoc, plupf. iXeXiKro, aor. pass. 
tXeXix^V' 3 pi. kXeXixOev, shake, A 530, 
X 448 ; rally, Z 106, P 278 ; mid., twist 
one's self, A 39 ; brandish quivering 
sword, N 558 ; whirl round and round, 
H 416. 

*£X^VTi,7jf,wifeof iMei'fXaoc; daugh- 
ter of Zivg, r 199, 426, aud ot \.nSav 




sister of KdoTiop and of IToXu^fvifiyc, 
r 238; 'Apyiitj, B 161, ^ 184; T 91, 
121,0 761,^ 12,219,279. 

"EXcvos, ow, (1) son of Upiafiog ; the 
best seer of the Trojans, Z 76, N 576, 
Q 249. — (2) a Greek, Oivofridrjgy E 

IXccS-Opcirrov, grotdng in marshes^ 
B 776t. 

IXcov, ToVf misericordiam, pify^ 

4Xcotcn, rote, dressers, I 215 and 
K 432. 

IXccTKov, €, aor. iter, from atpeu), 

IXcTi), capienda, to be caught^ nei- 
ther plunder nor choice can make the 
breath of man return when once it has 
passed the barrier of the teeth, 1 409 f. 

IXev, imp. aor. mid. = iXov, take thy 
spear, N 294. 

IXcvOcpov KoriTfjpaf mixing-bowl of 
freedom^ i. e. celebrating its recovery, 
Z 528 ; i\\i.ap, day of freedom = freedom, 
Z 455. 

IXc<^aipovTai, 3 pi., part. aor. iXi- 
^ripa/jifvog, d e c i p e r e, delude, overreach^ 
T 565 and ^ 388. 

iX^<^avTOS, Tov, -t, -rt, ivory, A 141, 
E 583, S 73, 9 404; symbol of white- 
ness, rr 196, ;// 200. 

*£Xc<^vci>p, opog, Xa\K(i)dovTiddrjg, 
apx<>g 'A(5dvT(jjv, B 540, A 467. 

*£Xccuv, ofvog, town in Boibiria, B 500. 

IX-viXdSaTO, IXijXaTai, aro, IXii)X^- 
Saro, etc., see tXdut. 

IXyjXovOws, cX9^}JLcv(ai), see tp\op,ai. 

*£XXKda)v, ov.)c,', son of 'Avrfjviop, 
husband of AaodtKij, F 123. 

'£XtiCT|, a town in 'Axffua, B 575, 
203. with shrine of IlofTeiddutv. 

*£XXkcSviov dvaKTa = Ilocreidun/a, Y 

IXfK-onrcs,a«,-uiri8a,W/A beautiful- 
hj arched eyeitrows; others, rolling-eyed; 
others, gleaming-eyed^ A 98 ; cf. follg. 

JfXXiccs, agy (usually digammated, Fk- 
XiKEc, ftXitrauj), (1) adj. camarae, 
crooked homed, l5utg, never raitpoi (ex- 
plained by Ameis as for aiXocfc, cf. 
akXng, shining, sleek). — (2) subst. IXikcs 
yvafiTrrai, 2) 401, arm-bands bent into a 
spiral. (See cut No. 12.) 

IXuro-ciMv, inf , aor. part. iXi^ag, also 
mid., pres. ipf. etXitratro, iXiatriro, aor. 
iXt^dfievog, pass. aor. k\ix9kvTwv (ff- 
Xccrcr.), tunif ^ 466, 309 ; pass., whirled 

around in the eddies, $ 11 ; turn one's 
self (from flight), rally, M 74 ; mid., go 
eagerly about, M 49, 2 372; tormn^ ai 
bay, P 283 ; turn round (the goal), ^ 
309, M 408 ; turned himself this way and 
that, V 28 ; coiling himself within his 
hok', X 95 ; roU, N 204. 

cXKC<ri-^^irXovs, 'Ypttid^ag, wearing 
long, trailing robes. (II.) 

IXkc-x'tuvcs, 'laov^i,-, trailing the At- 
»*c, weiring long tvnic, N 685 f. 

IXkcov, ipf., fut. iXKiiaovtn, aor. 
TjXKTjae, aor. pass. iXinjBuaag, (jeXkw), 
were dragging this way and that, P 395, 
X 336 ; curried Ojf, as captives, X 62 ; 
maltreat, X 580. 

cXiCT|6|j,oio, TOV, carrying into captive 
ity, Z 465t. 

IXkoS) ro^ 'fog, -ii, -at, v u 1 n a a, 
wound, T 49 ; vdpov, from the Hvdra, 
B 723. 

IXmioTdCcdv, part, pres., dragging, Ht 
187 and O 21. 

IXkci, etc., lXKSfitv{ai), inf. only prs. 
ipf (unaugmented), act. mid. and pass. 
(cf f \ic€ov), draw, B 1 65, K 353, T 405 ; 
drag, Q 52 ; X 401, from him as he was 
dragged along ; frodog, drag by the foot, 
(T 10 ; n 406, drew him over the chariot- 
rim; drew the bow-string, A 122, 
419; e 486, drawing after" it, M 398, 
tugged nt it; raise, hoist, of balance, 
sails, X 212, o 291; vehere, drctw 
along, '^ 518; pass., E 665, trailing 
along; ^ 715, wrenched; mid., c^rett; Am 
sword ; tore his hair, K 15 ; draws down 
the skin over his forehead, P 136 j 
drew his seat nearer, r 506. 

IXXaP€=tXajtJ£, aor. from XafxPdvut, 

*£XXds, aSog, if, Hellas, the ancients 
understood as a Thessalian city and 
district in ^diCjnc, under the swav of 
'AxiXXwg, B 684 ; now more correctly 
described as' the tract between the 
Asopos and Enipeus ; coupled with 
Phthia, I 395 ; \ 496, the realm of 
Peleus; Kai iM(Tov'Apyog = the whole 
of Greece, see 'Apyog ; epithets, avpvxf'f 
poio, 1478; KaXXcyiWi/ca, B 683, 1 447. 

^XXc8&voicn, Toig, straw bands for 
bundles of grain, 2) 553t. 

''£XXt)vc9, at, inhabitants ofEXXag^ 
primarily in ^Ouorig ; B 684, in North- 
ern Greece (/3 530, UaveXXrfvac). 

*£XXi{<r-irovT09) </>, ov, Hellespont^ 
with adjacent bodies of water, a» 82. 




iXXur^ilVt Ofrero, aor. from \(a- 


IXXiT(£vcv€, ipf. from Xtravevu). 

IXX6v, ToVy young deer, r 228 f. 

IXoifu, iXcifv, etc., aor. from arjociu. 

IX0S9 €0C) TO, (^eXoc), inectdotD4and, 
marsh, A 483, ^ 474. 

""EXos (Pi\og, V e 1 i a e), (I) in AaKw- 
vtKriy B 584, maritime city, named from 
its marshes,— {2) town of the HvXioi, 

IX^oMTt, see iXdu). 

*EXir-i^vo>p, opo^y companion of 
'OSvoffevg, k 652, X 51, 57. 

iXirt8o«, rfji:, spei; r 84, there is 
still a portion of hope, a gleam of hope. 

IXirci) mid. tXtrofiai, ipf. tXirtTO 
(i^eXirerat, ro), pf. fkfoXira, e^toXwaf 
c, plupf. lioXirfL, (volupe), give hopes, 
jS 91, V 380 ; mid.,«^ec<, P 406, y 228, 
17 293, K 297 ; <««*, I 40, N 309, T 328, 
c 419, 314; fear, O 110; hope, ivi 
^ftfif Kard Qvfiov, OvfKfi, but also Tpio- 
aiv fiXmro Ovfibg ivi trrqQiamv iKa- 
OTofj, O 701, 288, P 395; parentheti- 
cally, S 194; with ace. and inf., 7 375; 
inf. fat. prs. aor. pf. 

^iropi) Toi cTTfira, turn tibi spes 
est, ^287. (Od.) 

IXtrai, aag, aor. from ttXiij. 

iXvijj, aor. pass. IXv<r6v), ei'c (PiXv-, 
volv-), bent itself, i. e. sank upon the 
ground, ^ 393, 12 510; i 433, drawing 
one's self together. 

JXx'=€Xjc€, from IeXkuj, 

IXtir, ipf. from kXdto. 

IXtip, a, (fiXiop, PeXtiv), praeda, 
tpoU, prey (of enemies, wild -beasts, 
birds) ; 2 93, pay the penalty for slay- 
ing and stripping Patroklos. 

IX»pia, Td=eXu}pa, A 4, gave them 
to dogs and birds to prey upon, lit. as 

l|&p&8^, on foot (over the sea), O 

l|&-P«Uv«»v, part, prs., ipf. ififiaivov, 
aor., (also in tmesi), f/ujSiy, Tjrov, subj. 
ifipriri, pf. ififitpaioTa, -via, plupf 
$ifia(Tav, iv vrjt, vehi navibus, em- 
hark for, a 210; upfiaaiv sftfiEfSatSJra, 
currui insistentem, vehentem, 
stfp into, mount, step upon, Z 65, c 1 64 ; 
♦ 403, a 1 1 o n s ! hasten ! forward ! but 
A311 andfreq. tr ^€ = eorum in nu- 
mero, e. g. d 653; n 94, enter the corn- 
hat; X 4, fifiXa ipfjoafiev, got on board, 


{)jLp<iXXa>, prs., ipf., aor. act. mid. 
ri Tivt, injicere, cast in, lay in, im- 
ponere, U 645, S 298; thrust, E 317; 
evvr}P, prepare ; T 394, put in; hand 
over to,H 188 (also oi — x**P'» *" X^P^h 
take in the hand, give over into the hcend 
of, * 47, 104); infuse, P 451, N 82, 
courage, strength, flight, fear, longing ; 
lioi — ippioiv drrjv, blind the mind ; 
l^dXXeaOat ivi 0p., lay to heart; OviJit^ 
ri, think upon something ; vrfi ifAfidX- 
Xtiv Tivd, embark; Kepavvov, hurl 
upon ; Kwnyc, lay one's self to the oar ; 
2 85, gave thee to share the bed of a 

Ifi-PoUrtXcvcv, ipf, with dat., in them 
rtdedy o 413. 

l|i^^Pa<rav, PcP&«6s, f^y^^ Pi|, see 

i^L-Ppi^Ler<Uy laritit, roars in the sail, 
O 6271. 

fyPpvoiVy TO, new-bom lamb, (c). 

i\Ui€Vf j)jLCio, i^ioy 4ficv, = inov. 

iu.i\i.r\K0Vf see firjKdofiai, 


fy€v{ai) =tlvat, aor. inf from *irfpi. 

IfAccDv {f€fi-)y V omens, spitting outf 

&11KTO, aor. from fiiyvvfii. 

I|&|j.a6c, aor. from fiavOdvoj. 

i)i.-f«,&ir^us (jiaireHv, pdpTrru)), con- 
tin uo, instantly, £ 836 and ^ 485. 

If«.-|j,c|i&(tfs, -iita, part from fisfiaa, 
eager, persistent, (11. and yjj 127.) 

I|if«,cv(ai) = th'ai. 

i^'y.€vh aid (jiivui), only at close 
of verse, persistently, aluxxys, N 517. 

^p4iop€, pf from nkpu). 

cfA-|jiopoi (/uojooc), participes, 
sharers in, Tip.TJg, 9 480f . 

I|i6s, ri, 6v, mens, a, urn, no voc., 
/3 96, r 406; usually without article 
(yet ^ 585, a 254, A 608, and else- 
where ovfiog, 9 360 = 6 Ifiog), ip.6g itrni 
=my son, n 300 {rbjfitfi rij/iy, by crasis 
with article; better Ttp t/jufi rg ifiy, 
pronounced with synizesis). 

lfi-trdto|, prs., and ipf. ipKo^iro, 
respicere, care for, rivoq (ace, ir 
422), usually with negative, exc. imp., 
a 271,305. 

^f«,-iraio9, ov, particeps, peritus, 
conversant with, v 378, 0. 400. (Od.) 

Iv - ^iroo-o-c, ipf, (7ra(T(Tw), intexe- 
bat. wcM weaving in,T 126 and X 441. 

^p.-irc8os9 ov {iv irk^i^Y jvrm(\) «Ukm^ 



ing, \p 203, N 512 ; r 1 13, produces ttn- 
/aUwg sheep, i. e. never tails to pro- 
duce;, A 314; so also if, 
fiivot:; Jirm^ itnmovdUe, n'-oi'; k 493, 
unimpaired, ^pkvti;; thoughtful mind, 
discretion, <t 215, Z 352; cf. tfnr. ovd' 
deaiippwvj Y 183; cf. illico, speedy, 
30; cert us, sure, r 250 ; ntr. tfiirt- 
dov fikvHv, await, remaining in one's 
place (aifQij avr69i, there), iffrdOti ; with- 
out wavering, constantly (6/lti) ; (TTtipt^ai, 
support myself firmly. 

ifki-iceareiVf aor. from i/i-7rt7rra>. 

Iv in)|ci99 fut., and aor., (Trfiyvvfii), 
Ttt/i fitratppfvip (iJTraTi) Scpv (/it'Xof), 
Jix or plant in (the back liver), £ 40. 
U 83.) 

fyinii (not derived from ttuq), 
prorsus, at any rale, by all means.{\) 
affirmative : P 632, Zeus doubtless 
guides them all; ov riva tfnr., no one 
whatever ; t/xTn/f 6' oifK, not at all (cf. 
ou Trdvv) ; r 302, yet I must give thee 
oath ; in doubt and surprise ; yet (how- 
ever it may seem to you), <t 354, r 37. 
— (2) concessive: quidem, yet, cU- 
though, ^ 98, T 308 ; without irtp, 6 
100, cf. 104; still, cf. French, toute- 
fois, y 209; tamen, nevertheless, S 
174, (T 12, A 562, B 297, 9 33, P 229 ; 
dW l/iTT., dWd KOI tfjiTT., V 31 1, T 422 ; 

214; t/jLTrriQ — dxvvntioi rrep, Q 522 
sq. ; freq. phrase irep tfintji', which al- 
ways stands at end of the verse, I 518, 
S; 1,(T 165, r 356. 

^}i-ir(irXT)6i, imp. prs., -TrifnrXavro, 
ipf. mid., other forms from -ir\i]9u) ; 
fut. inf. €iJ'7r\T)<Tf(xev, aor., (3 pi. also 
-irX^oav), Jill full, of something, ni/oc, 
2 351, X 312, r 117; aor. mid. t/x- 
7rX»j(Toro, lvnr\i)(Ta(rBai, fill one^s self, ly 
221 ; X 312. one's heart; one's belly, 

1 296; X 504, having satisfied his 
heart with dainties; pass. aor. 3 pi. 
iv'ETrXTjaOtv, ivnr\ri(T0fjvai, and aor. 
mid. tft-Tr'KrivTO, -Tr^fjro, be full of; X 
452, sate myself with looking at my 

^jx-uCiTTCi, (OV, prs., ipf. "rriirre, fut. 
-TTiffUffOot, aor. -tTTifff, etc., usually in 
tmesi, with dat., incidcre, yb/^ into, 
£ 318,0 375, r 469; in c es s i t, ccmc 
upon, <I> 385, X"^''C> <^«o(,* ; i m p e t u 
ferri in, charge upon, to 526, II 81 ; 
irrumpo, irruo, burst into, rush upon, 
O 624, A 297, 311, 325, «1> 9; penetrate, 

A 134, O 451^ X 259 ; break in upon, P 
45 ; cast themselves irUo, B 175, A 824; 
fioi — OvfjLiji, the words came to my mind, 
/i 266. 

^|i.-irXciT|v and ^vC-irXcios, oj', im- 
pletus, filled with, with gen., tr 119, 
r580. (Od.) 

^I&-^Xi^78t|v (irXriffffw), tern ere, at 
random, v 132f. 

l^-irXT|v (TTcXac), iuxta, hard by, 
with gen., B 526t. 

^|i.-irXij<raTo, -ijvro, -ijto, see t/i- 

ifi-7rXr](TO(o, see svi-irXri^tofiev. 

ip-irvciovTc, part, prs., aor. tfnrvivof, 
tveirvivoe, also in tmesi, subj. -7rv€i'<njrn, 
Tivi, af flare, breathe upon; rivi n 
{fikvoQ, Bdpaot;), inspirare, suggest a 
thought, r 138; pass. 2|i.-irvvv6T|, re- 
covered his senses, E 697. 

ifi-Troiiio, only ipf. Iv-eiroUoVy fifed 
into, H 438; tmesis, iroii](re ivi ^pioi, 
put into his heart. 

4f&-iroX<S(0VTo, ipf., (iroXdto), gained 
for themselves by trading, o 456 f. 

Ifji-tropoSf b, one who goes on ship- 
board as passenger, j8 319 and w 300. 

ifi-TTptjOu), see tvi-vpfjOu). 

{f& - irvpi - PiJTT|v, TpiTToda, standing 
over the fire, ^ 702 f. 

2)&-^p^ovTo, ipf, Kv^aoiv, innata- 
bant, were borne about in the waves, p, 
419 and ^309. 

^|jL-<|>vXov, Tov, of the same tribe, o 

ijizijivofiaL, ipf, -<|>i)ovTo Iv x^'P^^ff't 
.(o 410; so also tv r dpa oi <pi) (aor.) 
X^ipii he grew to his hand=^a^ 
heartily his hand, j3 302 ; cfK397 ; 
t<pvv, o^d^ iv x* 'Xfffi ^vvT(.q, biting hard 
the lips, a 381 ; ifjvsipvvla, clinging 
closely ; ifnr€(f>vdoL, i n n a t i sunt, grow 
upon ; tvi(l>v(Tf, i n s e v i t, implant. 

kv (clvC, iv(, civ), L as adv., in eo 
numero, among them, d 653; intus, 
therein, p 270, 12 472 ; sc. tort, ihi, ifv, 
d 358, Tj 95, E 740 sq. — II. preposition, 
with dat., freq, in anastrophe, or sep- 
arated from verb by tmesis, e. g. tori, 
2 419, ta(n,%' 105 = Lat. in, irpoBvpoiaif 

v(wv tv aywvi ; upon, on, ovpeoi, 



'T'OKTt, Kal lip^aot, vrjvoiv tf^t], went on 
shipboard; inter, among, r 31, K 
127, N 689,829, n 166 ; dvOptoiroioi, 
Tpwioat, Toloi, among these, E 395, Y 
55, Q 62, (jivOov) tttnti', ipku; in the 




midst of, N 555, drjioKTi; coram, in 
presence of^ A 109, 1121, zramv ; 6<^(da\- 
fioiffi, before her eyes, 6 459 ; olvtft ir, 
sprinkling them wUh wine, a> 73; tn 
the shaft, N 608 ; of my bow, O 463 ; 
upon his limbs, Q 359, v 398 ; o^ the 
mouth, TrpoxoyCi ^ 242. Apparently 
=iig, with ace, with 7r«<Tfij/, jSaXtJv, 
pfjvai, tSvvov^ QfJKe (iv Xfp<Tt — , /SaXtTv, 
\afttXVf O 229), KaOi^ov, tlw, dijoav. Iv, 
with gen., sc. do^oig, cf. in French, 
chez, Z 47, »7 132, « 282.— Of states 
and conditions, iroXkfiti}^ STjiorfjri, <fn\6- 
TTiTi, amice, TrevOa, QdKiy^ ^w/zy, 
bviip(f>, doiy, in dabio, fioipy^ iure, 
rightly; aiay, X 61, diva fortuna; 
iv icapo^ aitrg, I 378, 1 regard him not 
a whit. — Temporal, wpy Iv liapivy, in 
spring-time; penes, in possession a/, 
H 102, K 69. 

Iv-atpo, inf. -€/i€v, mid. -aipn^fvoc, 
aor. ivqparo ('Aprjg), interimere, 
i(»^/ in battle, slay, murder, game, $ 485 ; 
fig., r 263, disfigure. 

lv-aCcrC|i.os, oi^, ot, a, (sv al(Ty),fitting, 
proper, seemly, just, Q 40,425, e 190, k: 
383, p 363; ominous, fi 182, B 353; 
the future, P 159. 

IvS-XCykIos, ov, 01, a, Uke, rivL ri, to 
some one, in something, a 371 ; dvTijv, 
in countenance. 

ivdXiog, see iiv-d\i(ft. 

Iv-afJicXYCv, ipf., milked therein, i 

Iv-avrd (Iv avry) rivdf, coram, ex 
ad verso, over against, Y 67t. 

kv-avrt-ploVf (stand, advance), with 
hostile front against, ^ 270, p 439, V 

Iv-avTios, ov, (jj, 01, ij, («vrt), ad- 
versus, opposite, orfji'ai, k\9tiv; visi- 
b'tf, Z 329 ; lying opposite, k 89 ; esp. 
ntr. ivavTiov, against, A 129; opposed 
to, N 106 ; Tivi, against, O 304 ; vhkhv, 
T 252; straightway, p 544; face to f ice, 
X 65, \l/ 107 ; rij/oc, 6p/bre, A 534, V 
97 [i] 

lva|c, aor. from vdaata. 

Ir-&f>&» rd, -iiiv, (dprjpibci), spolia, 
armor of slain foe : usually (iporoivra, 
347 ; praeda. booty, I 188. 

iv-afryijs, kn "C» {opyog, argntus), 
cfeor, w real form 6 841, ?/ 201 ; T 131, 
the gods are dangerous when they ap- 
pear in their real forms. 

ky-a(n\p69 (AP), todl fitted in, c 236t. 

IvapCHow, opt. ivapi^oi, ipf. Ivapi^t, 
ov, aor. svdpi^a, t, (Jvnpa), spoliare, 
strip off, Tivd ri, P 187; also slay, A 

^v-&p£6f&Xos9 ov, {Iv dpi9fii^), of ac- 
count, B 202 ; fitting up the number, fi 

Ivflunrav, aor. from vaitjj. 

ivdrri, civ&TOS, nona, us, ninth, B 
313, 295. 

Iv-avXos, 01, ovg, 6, (avXoc), tor- 
rens, perh. denotes the ragged bed of 
the (in summer dry) water-courses in 
the Trojan plain; 11 71, fossa, ditch, 

lv-Sci|of&ai, fut., (dttKvviJii), indica- 
bo, / will declare it, T 83t. 

iv-ScKo, u n d e c i m, eleven, K 103, $ 
45 (round number). 

IvScKcl-tnrixV) eleven cubits long, Z 
319 and e 494. 

IvScxdrcp, ri, y, undecimus, a, ae, 
eleverUh, d 588 (round number). 

^v-8^{ia {iv 6t^i^), d ex tr a, favor- 
ahle, orifiara, I 236 ; also adv., from 
left to right, p 365, A 597. 

2v-8cdvTwv, imp. prs., aor. tviStirrs 
{'dfjfTt), pass, plupf. -dsdsTo, entangle, 
with dat. (in bonds; B 111, I 18, in 
delusion); fasten upon, iv-, e 260. 

iv-8icorav, aor., (Hiripi), were only 
(avTiog) setting on the dogs, 2 584f 
(prob. for iditaav, sought to terrify). 

ivStvcov, rCJv, (tvdov), intestino- 
rum, entrails, ^ 806 f. 

lv-8ios, o(, meridianus, i, ai mid- 
day, S 450 and A 726. 

cvSoOcv {tv8ov), intus,yrowi within, 
also within, d 293, 283, 467 ; with gen., 
Z 247, intra. 

^8o6i (tvdov), in tu s, within, Z 498 ; 
with gen., intra, 2 287; vnfhin = iv 
(f>p6(rt, when joined with Ovfioi:, prjriQ, 
vooi:; opp. 9i>pTj<l)iv, X 220. 

cvSov (iv), intus, m the house, tent, 
etc., 2 394 ; tvdov iovrujv, of household 
store ; with gen. =French chez,Y 13, 
^ 200 ; so freq. = chez moi, toi, etc., 
at home, ir 355, 462, 207, \// 2. 

iv-Sovirqcra, f, aor. from SovirUo, 
dropped like a plummet into the water, 
fx 443 and o 479. 

cv-8vKC(i)s (^(v/coc, dec us), dec en- 
ter, duly, Q 158, k 65 ; suitably, gallant- 
ly, KOfiiieip, attend, wait upon, <pt\eXv ; 
busily, i. e. greedily, ^ 109. 

ev-8vv€ (~5i)v"), ov,\^^., «jat. -t^\jrt\v^ 




imp. -BvTUf part. -Svtra, and mid. -tSv- 
aarOj induere, put on, arma, n rrtpl 
arfj9i(T(T^ K 131 ; in tmesi with dat., 
clothe in armor, K 254, S 377, ^ 131 ; 
T 367, unendurable woe entered his 

iy h\K€y aor. from lv'ir\^i ; ^vcixat, 

)r. inf. from 0g|oui. 

Iv-coTi, 'Sifjiev, prs., opt. -fiiy, ipf. 
'-erfv = -ijiVy 3 sing., -eaav, 3 pi., in- 
esse, Tivij he within, A 593 (tvSov iv 
0p€<Ti); in tmesi, 2 419 (not so how- 
ever in follg. examples, but simple 
verb iivat, /3 345, i; 291, /i 320, v 438, 
ff 293; nor do we have compound 
verb in follg. examples, tvt so. dm, S 
53, Y 248, t 126, 132, 288 ; iv so. 
tern',* 569, i 134). 
\ lvcK&, IvcKcv, ctvcKo, causa, on ac- 
count of, with gen., placed before and 
after its case ; cf ovvEKa. 

^v-^Kvpoc, see syicvpku}, incidit in, 

ivcvi)KOVT(&, nonaginta, ninety, B 

Ivcviircv, aor. from ^t/cVrw. 

BV-swu) (for ei/-(r£7ra>),4v-^oi|i.i, imp. 
ivviTTs (insece), part ivEirovra, tg^ 
-ktrovtra, fut. tWi/zw, kvKnrqtrw, aor. 
evKTTreg, e-=tw€Tri, 3 sing., subj. ti/iff7rw, 
H, opt. fi/c(T7rotc» ot, inf. tviffinlv, imp. 
fWfTTTtc, y 101=f'v»ff7rf, report, inform, 
Tivi Ti; A 643 = (// 301, referentes, 

Iv-^pcurav, aor. 3 pi. from IptiSw, 
infixerunt, thrust into, tivi ti, i 

Ivcp6cv, IccpOc, Wp6cv, v^p6c, (tv(poi), 
from below, T 57 ; usually fte/ow?, N 75, 
S 274, I 385, H 212, Y .500, v 352 ; 
esp. in reference to the feet ; with gen., 
infra, below, SJ 204, X 302, 9 16, A 

fvcpo^ tjv, mm, o'i,(h'i), inferi, those 
beneath the earth, O 1 88 ; comp. ivip' 
Tcpos Ovpaviwvwv, lower than the gods 
= in the lower world, E 898 ; pi. 9eoi, 

O 225=Tir^vfc. 

iv-€auv=iin}(Tav, ipf. from lifii. 

Iv'Con^piKTo, plupf. from tr-ffriypi'^w, 
infixa erat. 

Iv-cngorv, ralQ, (triiy/ii), fibulis, 
with clasps = (a variety of vipovai, <t 
293), S 180t. 

*Ev€Toi, CJv, a tribe rwv Ila^Xayd- 
i/wv, B 852 f. 

Iv-cvSciv, ipf. ivivSsv, sleep «n or oil, 
y350. (Od.) 

^v-cwa£a>v, gen. pi, (cvvfj). i n Cu- 
ban tium,/7eop/e to sleep in it, ir 35; 
but hVBvvaiov, place to sleep in, ^51. 

^v-t)c(vi9, gen. (see follg.), genHenets^ 
amiability, P 670t. 

^-T|i^9, €oc, ta, (aveo?), CO mis, 
gentle, amiable, "¥ 252, 9 200. 

tty-rifiai, -i^pcOti, insidebamus, sit 
within, d 272t. 

iviiparo, aor. mid. from ivaipto. 

Im^voOc (ai'Oof), pf. fr. dvi9ia, strictly, 
hasblossomedforth, streamsfarth,p 270t. 

Iv8d, <Aerc, y 120.— (1) local : ^ 266 ; 
with following explanatory clause, y 
365 ; dpa, just where, x 335 ; v) tv9a, 
to or fro, K 574 ; Krai fv9a, this way and 
that, long and broad; nip, exactly 
where, v 284 ; r£, for c i/0a ^£, 9 363 ; 
tJiither, o 415. — (2) temporal: tAere- 
vpon, t 345, B 308 ; as introduction of 
a tale, all; continuative, A 293, E 
155 ; au, E 1 ; introducing apodosis, 
B 308 ; tirura^ k 297. 

IvOdSc, (1) eo, hue, thither, Z 256.-* 
(2)hic,A6re, A 171, B2l3. [---] 

li^cv, (1) inde, thence, A 58. jc lt'8: 
ab ilia (altera) parte, /i 230 (59, 
211); ex iis, ^ 74.---(2) unde,«>A«ioe, 
H 472, Q 597, d 220, r 62.— (3) dein, 
then, N 741. 

4v6ev8€, i n d e, h i n c, e 527. 

tv-9pu}<TKw, only aor. IvOopc (tmesi, 
E 161, Y 381), insiluit, spr ng upon, 
usually with dat. ; \a^, gave a thrust 
with the heel. 

^v-0^(jiXo9 {9vh6q), taken to heart, svb* 
ject of anxiety, v 421 f. 

hvi, see h' ; tvi=ivecm. 

IvtavcrXov (Iviavroc) ovv, yearling, 
TT 4.54t. 

^vlavTi$s» etc., annus; TnpnrkoiU' 
vu)v 'ibv, as the seasons rolled on, the 
year came, a 16. 

Iv-£avc, vpi.,iherein slept, t 187. (Od.) 

kv-irjfiiy £T|(ri, etc., prs., ipf., fut., aor. 
(freq. in tmesi), immitto. send in or 
into, S 131; "¥ 177, cast in the fire's 
might; Tivi ti, 11 729; * 388, twcl 
TTupt, set on fire ; put to (in harness), TI 
152; a 198, lead to concord; Trovrtp 
vfja, launch ; i-n j i c e r e, rtvi r«, ic 3 1 7, M 
441 ; TTovoic, plunge into hardships ; i n- 
sercre. iriserf, key, ear-rings, !Si 182; 
i n s p i r a r e, courage, wrath. 




"EixTivfS, B 749t (Aiviavtg), tribe 
dwelling about Dodona. 

hnrKkwyfntstrate, only 6 408, 422. 

'Eviircvs, rjog, a river-god, X 238t. 

^-i'sijy rig, y, rjv, oq, {tTTTOfiai), repri- 
mand, B 492. 

^C-vXcios, ov, see ifiirXiiog. 

^i*irXt)a6i)vat, TrX^cruxrt, see l/x- 

ivi-irX-ii(«»|uv, ftxTi, avrcc, aor., 
from -Tr\i](T(rut, rwh into, rivi, into the 
noose, X 469. (II.) 

lvi-'jrpf)9w, ipf. -^f»T)6ov, fut. ^rp^erw, 
aor. -e7rpTi<Tev, etc., lit. ^y^br^A mi sparks, 
(I) inflate^ /3 427, ifiirprjatv. — (2) l»fu//e, 
I 589 ; usually with irvpi, 6 182; 
3rw/(>oj;» n 82. 

hf-lirroL {iairrw\ opt., increpet, 
sooid, upbraid, fie, Q 768; fit Ovfiov 
ovfiSiffi, r 438 ; Ttvd fivOtft (icaKip, etc.), 
B 245 ; aor. Ivlvlirc, aiVxpwc ^ 473, 
and 'J^Cvdirc fjivOtp, at close of verse, 
i; 17. 

lvi-<nc£|ji^vTff, aor. part., and -(TKifi- 
^ri, aor. pass, from (jKifiirnt), {(TKfjnTuji), 
always with ovSei; lean upon the 
ground, bury in the ground, P 437, 
528. (11.) 

'EvUnnri, town in Arkadia, B 606. 

ivi'ff'TrqffM, tvi-ffnov, eg, see ev-t^w. 

ivurvi^Vf ijjVf ofxivogy ipf. ivi(T<TOfitv, 
(hinruj), exc. X 497, always with iTTf- 
Cffffiv, or like word, upbraid. 

kn-xp^i*^^^^ P^^^^^ fi^^^^'^i see 

iv-£x|r«, fut. from iv-sTno, 

4w^a, novem, nine, U 785. 

^wcd-PoCwv, gen. pi. ntr., worth nine 
caUle, Z 236t. 

lwca-Ka£-8cK(&, nineteen, Q 496 f. 

4wca-inf|xv and -inr|x^c99 «»we CM6«te 
^, X 311. 

Iwcd-xiXoi, nine thousand, £ 860. 

Ivvcov, ipf. from 1. vsit). 

4vv€-<5pYvioi, pronounce iwjopyvioi, 
mnefathtims long, X 31 2 f. 

^w-c(r£^(nv, dat. pi., {trirjpi), at the 
command; Ktivrjg ivv., E 894f. 

kyyi-mpo^y oio, oi, oim, nine years old, 
K 19. [Pronounce ivij.op ] 

Iwi^KOVTO, ninety, r 1 74t. 

4w-i))U4>, n«fi« <^^« /on^, ?; 253. 

''Ewo|M>S9 (1) oiwvttTTtig, chief of 
Mysians, slain by Achilleus, B 858, 
P 218.— (2) a Trojan slam by Odys- 
seus. A 422. 

iw-oal-ytuoq^ y, ov, t, (u)6tw, yala), 
earth-shaker (also joined with yaiiioxog, 
I 183), epithet of Poseidon as causer 
of earthquakes, i 423. [i] 

'ivvvfii (fiovvfii, PttrBng, v e s t i s), fut. 
ttmwy aor. eWe (imp. 'itjaov), mid. ftr- 
(Taro, ikaouTo, pass. pre. ipf., pf. tWac, 
tirat, tifiivog, plupf. sing, 'iaao, 'ioro, 
du. 'iffOrjv, pi. fVaro, induere, vut on, 
tipLara, rivd ti, rj 265, w 457 ; mid., 
clojhe one' A gfjf; pass., vyear, ri, K 334, 
S 350; eifxara, or simply adj., koku, 
ciHKka, icaXd, 6e well or ill clad ; {rtpi) 
yg^ot, on the body ; a/jnp' wpoiai, and 
(jjfjioiiv vi(f>f\tfv, O 308 ; tipha x«XjcyJ, 
clad in brass ; F 57, hadst been clad in 
coat of stone = stoned to death. 

4v-viJx^os, 01, at, in the night-time, $ 
37=iv-wxog (vuQ, A 715t. 

4v-oivo-xocvvTC9 = xo^ovTfC (oivo- 
X<'Og), pouring in, y 472f . 

^-oinj, only sing., (o»//), (1) voces, 
voices; K 147, sAom^ — (2) tumult, 11 
782; joined with pdxv- 

*Ev<Jinr|v, ace, town in Messenia, 
subject to Agamemnon, 1 150, 292. 

iv-opw/jLi, only aor. iv-wporas, «, 
'opay, Tivi {AlavTi, A 544) rt, excite in 
one, fear, flight, courage, longing ; Iv- 
wpro, aor. mid. ytXwg 9iolm, began 
among the gods, 9 343 (also in tmesi). 

iv-opovdi, only aor. -<Spov(rf, <raj/, 
/Tag, (Ty, irruit, broke in upon (of hos- 
tile charge), nvi, A 149; $ 182, step- 
ping upon, 

^"OpX*> uncastrated, ^ 147t. 

iv-o<r(-x®«v = t}n'-o(Ti-yaiog, with 
{tvpv)Kp6iu)V, A 751, N 10. 

iv-aKipTTTw, see kvi-OKipTrrto. 

iv-coraKTai, pf. pass, from -(tra^w, 
instillatum est, Aa« 6eef) infused in 
thy veins, i3 271 f. 

'(lv-€<rrnpiicTo, plupf. pass, from 
-(Trr/pi^w, remained sticking fast, 4» 

4v-<rrp^<^Tai laxtVfP^f^y^ *♦» the hip- 
joint, E 306t. 

iv-r&vvovaxVf fut. -ravviiv, 97 ; 
aor. tvrflvw(T£, trwvucrcrf, stretch out with- 
in, \// 201 ; elsewh. always with vsvpiiv, 
stretch tight = string, or with ro^ov, jStfiy, 
&enc?, «<r«»;5r the bow, r 577. (Cf. the cut 
on follg. page, from antique gem.) 

{y-Tav8a, hue, hither, I 601 f. 

Iv-ravOot, hue, rjao ; h i c, here, Ktlffo, 
$ 122. 

fvTcd, im, ntr,, strict!; 
Ihen latris-, t(AU-fvnataTe ; usaallj 
armor, esp. brecut-flate, r 33B i apipa, 
fitrti[ing-);ear. ^ 368, K 407. 

tmiviii, oniy pass. pf. plapf. bni- 
T^TOi, TO, teal lined ailh tigAllg ifrelched 
straps, K 2B3 ; the front of the chariot 
u oraamented (plailed) wia golil and 
silver straps, E 728 ; cf. * 335, 436. 

ivnpor, a, inceBtina, (1) jR((, p 
408.— (2) baweU. 

ivTwWp'yinil {iiTta, Flpy.), 

tarare, adorn one't tey, iauriiv, and 
[lid. ; gel rea^, iira^ ; prepart one't 
naU, o SUO. Q 134 ; t-aue the itrain, p. 
183; getrtat^.X 33. 

Iv^rOmin (rvtrTiii). pnatraU, or better 
^lotdy icrapptd in his ntantle, O )63t. 

inriiiii, ipf. ftTuw, Of, ((•Tia), hir- 
neaed, E 720 ; mnde ready, •p 289. 

'EvvoXuis, eing., ('Eruui), Area as 
raging god of battle, P 211 ; eisewh. 
subsl. Etyaliof. [By eynizesis, -vdXii^ 
'vipilpivry.'] (11.) 

'Erv€it, ijoi', king of Skjros, slain 
bj Achilleiis, I 668f. 

Iv-uwiov (anvoi), ntr, as adv., n 
(fe-p, B 56. 

^/vii, 'I. ^' S"' luniull of battle, per- 
sonified companion of Area, E 333, 



,inde,i&aux, t 568t. 

(v-riflii/ii, ipf. iv-Jnf(i, also fuL and 
aor. 1, 2 (-ei/i*i'Oi), mid. only 2 aor. 
(freq. in tmesi), imponere, put or 
place, m, into, or wpan, rivn n n, on lire, 
bed, anvil-blocb ; Ihnat sword into the 
shealh, i: 333 ; ivi ppioi. ivggett, infun 
into the mind, counuje, etc. y TI ; put 
strength into the shouldeis, P 569; 
\ipiii~ put into the hand; { 31S. gine 
into the hand ; o 357, plunge into prem- 
ature old age; A 410, plate in like 
honor, mid. also Ou/ifi, itore up wrath, 
etc.. in one't heart ; p.ii9ov Ovfuf, Uilce 
la heart; Iv OTtfitam Qvpav. 

IvTo, 2 aor. from iiriiipi. 

ivrit, intuE, with gen., intra, M 


jv-Tp^ir*T<u, pass., i> not (thv heart) 
Bioved, 554 and a 60. 

iv-^ph^i yvia, if his limbs played 
f,edy in the armor, T 385t. 

Iv-Tpov&Xil^lHvat, I), iji', turning 
JUquentlg tibfUl, 7. 496. A 547. (U.) 

tvnvi>r, ipf., and 1 aor. imp,, (see 
itiraia), with aor. part. mid. pr. ipf. aor. 
(subj. iprivtai, pronounce iyruija'). 

ra). face to fact. 

clearly, f 94t. 

tv-uwn, dat., (uii-), openly, £ 374. 

fc-mirtt (uif-, cf. facade). irn/J^oK 


i^-ayyi\}iio, only -^yfiiXcv, aor., 
detulisset ad, rfport io, B SflOf. 

ii-<iyvvpi, onlv -lafo'i and £iy, 
confregit,h-e'j*,A 175. 

li-a.yiptvtr, ipf., related. X 234^. 

iK-ayf. pr., ipf.. aor., often in tmesi : 
educere, lead aal, A 337; nva (also 
rivoi:, from a place, ^tup60iv), K 364, 
N 379; drag out, $igait; exstrnere, 
raiie a mound, rt/i^ov. H 336. 

lltdSiot, one of the Lapithu, A 
264t. [ -] 

JE<t-€Tit (trot), Mr., nz gtart, y 


II-oCvSto, ipf., {a'wpai), tmesis, A 
531, 9vpav, took amag his life ; a 306, 
tooh oat from the chariot and placed 

jfaCprroi {aipi'iaBai), exlmii, ae, 
choiea, choice, ! 643, B 327. 

I|-iupiupii|v, ipf. mid., see folig. 

si-aipiiii, only ipf. and aor. ad. and 
mid., also in tmesi. (1) act.enimer^ 
lake out. Q 229 ; eligere, i 160. yipag. 
—(2) mid., select for one'i telf (one's 
own nse). arrows, sliecp. birds, cAoow 
/w one-i tflfl'ram booty, I 130, A 696, 
^ 1 23 ; look amay hit Bense. ri7'oi- or nyi, 
Z 234 ; take away fear, fatigue from 




the limbs, yvi'wv; take away life, 9vfi6vy 
M 150; X 201, fitXtojv; rivd, 11 58; 
nvi, V 61, A 381 ; nvof, $ 112; tij/i 
n, w 218. 

i^-aipii), only aor. ^{ifp&To, carry ojf 
flw booty from, Tpoiric, « 39. 

^$-aunov, ace, (aura), unbecoming, 
undue, d 690, p 577 ; presumptuous, O 

i^-aifftrttt, only &({avTC, rushing forth 
from; riixOri, has ftown from my hands, 
r 368. 

^{-oiTOv, oi;c» ( a'lvufiai ? ). choice, 
chosen, wine, M 320 ; of oarsmen, heca- 

4$-CLi4^vv|s (aiTTvo), on a sudden, (II.) 

{|-&KcovTai, placant, soothe, aor. 
-aKfaaio,A 36. 

^$-aXdAKra«, ns, aor., (aXaotu), ^Aou 
A(U^ utterly blinded, viva, 6<pBa\^6v. 

^{-dXdird|civ, fut. and aor. -a\a- 
vd^ai, {dXa'Trd^ut), evertere urbes, 
sachj storm; only N 813, delere na- 

^K aX^ovTO, vita bant, were shrink- 
ing from^ 2 586f . [^ s-' — -] 

2|-aXXcTai, and aor. part. -aX/icvog, 
(aXXo/uai). prosiliens, ex aula, lectps 
out from the enclosure, E 142, rivutv, 
prae — , springing to the lead, ^ 399. 

^{-dvd-Poo-ai, part, aor., (j3nivio), 
escendentes in, climbing up upon, Q 

lt-&va-8vv(o, 2 aor. part. -Ivq, fem. 
Ivftai, (dvvai), emerge from, tii^uq, d 
405. (Od.)^ 

l{-&vd-Xvorai, aor., (Xvw), release, 
Oavdroio, from death, n 442. (II.) 

^l-ara ^v8^ ((f>aiv(t)), openly, v 48 f. 

i|-dv-X€i<rai, part, (ir\ni), em i tten- 
tes, sending fordt, 2 47 if. 

k^-wvfiiy fut., aor. -ijvvtTs, (ai/vw), 
perfecit. 9 370; conficere ali- 
quem, kill. A 365. (U.) 

^{-dirdri^iv, fut, and aor. -rjm, 
(flTrrtraw), dec ip ere, deceive utterly, 

if^-a7r-d<l>ltrKa}, aor. -i^irou^c, suhj. -<poj, 
aor. mid. -a7ra0o*ro, decipere, 1 376. 

^$-dirtinf|s (a(7ruy), suddenly, ^ 29, 

4{-dLir-^PT|<rav (Patv(o), stepped dovm 
oviofihQ ship, (i/»?o(,')> A* 306t. 

lt-o>iro8'«i|, suhj., (diw), after 
I^XV^ Aun^ oe(< ^^Z* the combat, £ 763f . 

i{-air-^V€, ipf., exuit, /««< oj?^ t 

e^-aTT-oXXv/zi, pf. -<SXa>Xc, deperiit, 
Tivoi;, disappeared from ; aor. -oKoiaro, 
pereant, may they perish, Z 60. 

^|-airo-v^€orOai fjidx^ic (better 1$ 
OTTO-), return out of — , 11 252. (II.) 

2{-dir-^vI^c, ipf, with \\hich she 
usually washed, r 387t• 
^|-d1ro-Tfvois^ satisfy in full, * 

^-dirroiv, ipf. -tjittb, aor. part d^iag, 
(uTrrw), bind to, rivog ; mid., 9 20, Aa«5 
ye all to it. 

2k dpa{c, aor., (apdooio), dashed the 
mast o!/< o/*the keel, /* 422f. 

I|-iipira$c, aor. -^aoa, (a/orra^w), 
snatched away, ft 100 ; in II. in good 
sense, save; in which case the subject 
is always a goddess. 

2|-dpxovs {dpx(*>), leaders of the 
dirges, 12 721 f. 

2| dpx»v, ipf. -rjpxi and -rjpxfro, 
(dpxio), f3ov\dQ, be author of counsel, 
B 273 ; mid., fi 339, tivoq, begin some- 
thing; a game, a dirge. X 430. 

4|-av8a, imp., (avdaw), prolo- 
querc. ^eak out, U \9. (II.) 

2$-avTi99 rursus, again, E 134, 
d 213. 

l^-a^aipktjj, mid. subj. aor. -^T|(r6c 
xpvxdg, have taken the life from them 
all (ek fifXiwr), X 444f. 

2|-a4>vovTC99 part., drauing out, ^ 

^{-tScv, aor., looked out far, saw clear- 
ly, r 342t. 

iJcCtis (prop. gen. of the fem. of adj. 
B^Hog), aav., deinccps, in 07'dei\ O 
137 ; one after another, X 240. 

€|-cif&i, -eioOa, inf. also -ifuvni, ipf. 
Tjiov, {isvoi), ex ire, go out, Ovpal^t; 
Tivng, (3 139. 

2|-€iirco, yg, y, subj. -oi, aor. opt, 
B^-fpf-u), fut, esp. u)Se yap, 337, and 
iK (fitv, d 376; yap, o 318, w 265, 324) 
Toi ipkw. speak out, A 204. 

l{-cur6a, 2 sing, t^-t j/ii. 

II-ckvXioOt), aor. pass, from 8KKv\itu. 

ii-tXavvvj, only ipf. -i^Xavvc, and 
aor. -riXdoe, -sXaos, etc.. drive out; 
Tivog, A 562 ; drive awny from, tt 381 ; 
drive out, X 292; driving out (his 
flocks), K 83; sc. 'i-mrovg, lipfja, d/ive out, 
seemingly intrans., Q 323 ; dash <nA 
(teeth), o 2^. 




If-cXciv, aor. from -aipEw. 

llWXKovo'a, part., ipf. 4\KfVj pass. pr. 
'tXKOfjiivoto, ex trah ere, rfraw oirf, the 
thread of the woof through the warp, 
"¥ 762 ; a polypus from his hole, t 

l(-4(jicv = e^-sfitvai, inf. aor. from 

i|^|jicv, inf. fut. from tx<i>* 

2|-c|i.4<rcic, opt. aor. from -ffittj, 
evomeret, disgorge^ fx 437. (Od.) 

^(-4|ji|jiopc, better Oeutv it tufiope, 
i 335, from fiipiu, particeps factus 
est, has obtained from the gods do- 
minion amid the waves of the sea. 

4$-cvdpC(cis, wVf fut. -iKftQ-, aor. -(vd- 
piKf-, etc., (ivapa), spoliare, str^ or 
spoil a foe, nvd, E 151 ; rtux^a, P 637. 
(11. and X 273, % 264.) 

2$-cp€Civoi, prs., ipf. 'ipUivt, (epeto), 
make inquiry^ absolutely, K 543 ; ri, /i 
34; rtva,\(/86; mid., K 81. 

4(-cp^c(r6ai, pres., ipf. -lipiTOy -epk- 
ovTo, (tpiii)), sciscitari, inquire iiUo, 
o^ ri, Y 15 ; rtva, y 24. 

{$-£p£(7ra>, only aor. subj. -cpCtrg, 
part. -pX'Kovoa.faU dovm, P 440. (11.) 

1. ^$-cp4b>, fut. from -tiTTov. 

2. ^t-t/OEO), -cp^ovcn, pr. subj. -kymy 
opt. 'Eotg, part, fovrtf, -tovcra, mid. prs. 
ipf. eptovTo. (spiio), (1) ask, I 671, y 1 16, 
ri 17; question, rivd, y 24; explore, 
KvrffjioiiQ. — (2) mid., interrogate, a 416, 
E 756. 

l{-cpi/oi, opt. prs., aor. -fpvae, t'lpvos, 
fipvtTtrav, iter. -tpvaaoKiv, (ipvio), 
evellere, draw out or away, ff 86, x 
476 ; rt rti/oc, spear out of shield, T 
323 ; laying hold of was dragging away 
by the foot, K 490; by the pole, K 

H'ipxoiiai, only aor. -^jX-uOc, fjKQf, 
etc.,egredi ex. go out o^ with gen., 
190, X 237; march forth, I 576. 

l^-epbJSM, only aor. -tipittrio-av, 
(mere), have run away, ^ 468 f. 

II-cctCtiv, ace, ('irjfii), iXdtXv, going 
on an embassy, Q 235 and (p 20. 

4|Wtc(&, ace, (-trrig, trog), sexen- 
n e m, «ta; years old, >Ir 266. (11.) 

4|-ilTi, with gen., inde, ex, ever 
«tnce, I 106 ; a patrum memoria, d 

l|-cvpoi, aor. opt, (ivpioKw), if he 
may any where light upon them, 2 

^{-tiYcCcrCw, imp. with gen., (^yiofjiai), 
educat, /e^ him lead out, B 806f. 

I|i)kovt(&, sexaginta, mx^^, | 20. 

^I^Xacre, aaaav, aor. -cXavvo;. 

^{^Xarov, ace, {iXavvto), beaten outf 
M 295t. 

I|-t||i,ap,yb/* «MJ day*, ^ 249. (Od.) 

il-^fjioipd (d/«f<j8w), ntr.,/or change, 
changes of raiment, 9 249 f. 

{$-i^ira<|>c, aor., {-aTra^itTKoi), deceive, 

^T|pdv^T|, aor. pass, from ^rjpaivw. 

{|-'qpaTo, aor. from -alpw. 

{|-T|pi0T|O'av, aor. from -ipta'na. 

IJtjs = i^iirig, one after another j u 
147. (Od.) 

ki-irifii, only aor., emittere, (1) 
act. inf. W|, nvd, send forth, re- 
lease ; remove the desire for any thing ; 
Tivog epov ((ir}v, elvai), satiate one's 
self with, N 638, Q 227 ; freq. irutriog 
Kai ihirvog i^ epov hrrOfgot rid of their 
desire for food and drink — driven away 
from themselves hunger and thirst, A 
469, a 150. 

2|-i6iiV€i (^i9-6vii)\ straightens, O 

4|-iKd|i.t|v, -Ikito, aor., QKvkojiai), 
with ace, reach, a place, a person, v 
206 ; gain, /i 166. 

^l-tpcvoi, X 530, ex ire; better e^- 
kfiivai, from k^-iriin. 

^-ivx^i's ^tends, ft 94f . 

ll-oCfrovo-i, fut. from <f)kp(t). 

l^-oixvtvtri. (o(xveo>), exeunt, I 

2{-oixcTak, ex iit,Z 379; tmesi, d 665. 

I| wXco-av, 6\e<y6i6, aor., (oXXu/ii), 
rtvd, pessumdare, utterly destroy; 
Tiri (ppkvag, rob of reason, H 360. 

Hk r 6v6\kat€v (from ovofia, hence 
pronounce a name, the name usually 
follows), always after f'jrog t ttjiaT^ 
spoke the word and uttered it aloud, 
proclaimed, A 361, /3 302, and freq. 

2|-ovo|jii^v^99 subj. and -ovofiijvai, 
inf aor., (ovo/jiaivui), mention by name^ 
r 166; speak out, ^ 66. 

^|-ovo|i.aKXi{8T|v, adv., (ovo/Jia, KaXkio), 
mentioning by name, X 415; call upon, 
fi 250. 

2|-^'K0c(v), adv.. (oTriirBiv), a tergo, 
A 298 ; Kfpdbjv, behind the horns. 

2|-ou'i(r(i>, adv., (1) backwards, P 
108 ; vtKpou, back from the corpse. 
(11.) — (2) hereafter, in future, (Od.) 

{t-op|jiilJo'a(r(&9 part, aor., (up/jtdttt), Xd- 

Ik Spovcrf 



Bytri (vrfig), without thy intention 
iaervefrom %ts course^ fi 221f . 

Ik SpovNTE, trav, aor., {dpovui), pro- 
raerunt, rushed /urth; F 325, ex- 
si 1 i i t, sprang forth. 

l(-o0£XX(i>, only ipf. -w^cXXcv, large 
aaxit,^ea^i^ augment^ o ISf. 

l{-oxos, 01 ; ov, a, (txo)), eximius, 
excellens inter, distinguished among, 
with gen., ^118; with dat, </> 266, 
B 483; ntr., egregie, t 551, bg toay 
of preference ; dXXtav, above the others ; 
iKoxa dpuTToif longe optimi, far 
the best 

l(-vir-dv-lor*nr), aor., (iarafiai), fitra- 
^pivovy Parted up from under the skin 
of the back, B 267 f. 

!(«», adv., foras,ybr^ ? 526; with 
gen., e-K, out of X 378 ; for is, extra, 
toithout, P 265. 

I|«», fat. from tx*^' ^^9 ^^^ ^^^ ^^' 
lbi=£<}7. loiKo, see IL ciKoi. coio = 
iov, see e6c> lots = cii/C' &Xira, see 
Atto). lov=^y. iopTfost Sf WQ, from 

lopnf, festival; ayvrjj holy, 258. 

<^|^ ov, 0(0, (^, 6v ; £01, u))/, 01(71, ovg. 

Buus, Aw, Aer, oar», avrov, K 204, ^ 
643 ; with pron., rovy ^ 295 ; tOj K 

lir-£YaXX(S)fccvos, exuUing in, II 91f. 

lir-ayycCX'gcn (dyykWui), aor., de- 
fer at, announce, d 775f. 

lir-aYcCpCiv, bring together, A 126 ; 
mid., X 632, crowded to the spot, 

iirdyi\9 aor. pass, from irnyvvyn. 

lir-a7Xaici(rOai (dyXaf^w), super- 
bitnrum esse, will glory in, S 133f. 

Iir-d^o, pres., and aor. adducere, 
bring upon, A 480 ; induce, ^ 392 ; in- 
citare, sc. Kvvag, setting on the dogs, 
r 445 ; rtvi n, ^ 188, spread out over, 

lir-dcipav (dfipw), only aor., to 1 1 e r e ; 
ri Tivog, lift and place upon, H 426. 


Iirl &l(|| (al^w), subj., prospers, ^ 

IhrdOcs, oy, aor. from itcktxio. 

kKMuyiXfixv {alyig), rushing on, B 148, 

Iir-oivloffccv (aiv'eot), prs. ipf. fut. aor., 
agree, tf 226, A 380 ; approving, B 335 ; 
nvc, assentiri; often in tmesi,r461. 

Iv-oivi^ (aiv6g)f only sing., always 

of UipffK^ovtia, saeva, dread, I 457, 

lir-cUoxrw, pr., ipf., fut., aor. -a'lKai, 
adorior, rush upon, absol., x 1^7, B 
146, N 687 ; tivoq, viwv, 'imrwv (II.) ; 
Tivi, K 295, ^ 64 ; with dat. of instr., 
dovpi, iyx^iy /*oi fieXiym, ^ 281 (Od.); 
Tivd, ri, invade re, attack; also with 
Kara, 2 159 (II.); mid. x''P*C w/zcov 
-ataaovrai, move lightly in the shoul- 
ders ; at^aaOai ri^ rush at, seize. 

Iir-ain^ocios, opt. aor., (aiVcw), in- 
super postulaveris, ask besides, "^ 

lir-aCrirOi (aiTia), blameworthy, A 

lir-aKovei, prs., aor. hearken to, tirog, 
Trdvra, ^ovXi]V', with indirect ques- 
tion, 2 63; jSouX^t, interfuerant, 
participate in, B 143. 

lir-aicTrjpc9 (ayu)), venatores, r 
435, P 135. 

Iirl aX-!^6i)v {dXdofiai), only aor., 
(part, at end of verse), wander about, 
TToXXa, long, ^ 81 ; over, to, with ace, 
^ 83, in tmesi, ^ 120, 380. [d] 

lir-dXcumjo'aa'a {aXaoTHo), indig- 
nabunda, »//(%min^, a 252f. 

Iirl aXcix|/a (aXfi^w), only aor., ob- 
1 in ere, besmear, fi 47, 177. [d] 

lir-dXc|i{(r(0v (dXt^w), only fut., 
ad esse, assist in battle, rivi ; ward off, 
Tivi n, T 315, tmesis. (II.) 

lir-dXviOc£s, see eVi dXrjOtjv, vaga- 

lir-aXXd{aKTes (dXXdatrui), entwining 
in each other, connecting Cthe ends of the 
cord of war), i. e. prolonging the con- 
test; others translate, drawing the cord 
of war now this way, now that, N 359f. 

lir-aX|i.cvo99 see i^aXXofxat. 

lir-aX^iC, r), -aX|ios, iv, i€g, tmv, hq, 
(dXi^u)), breastwork, battlement, M 263. 

*EiraXTriv, a Lykian, slain by Pa- 
troklos, n 41 5 f. 

lir-aXro, aor. from €0-dXXo/xat. 

lir-dfitiouTo {dfid ui), s\hi corrasit, 
heaped up for himself, t 482f . 

Iir - dfj.Cix|ro|Ji€v, fut., (dfjiiifSdt)), ex- 
change, dXXryXotc ; TTjOoc riva ; mid., 
dv8pag, come in turn to, Z 339. (II.) 

lir-dp.oiPd8t9 (see preceding), invi- 
cem; dXXriXoimv tipvv, had grown 
ewh into the other, i. e. had intertwined 
their branches, t 4B\\, 




Ix-dfivvTopa, ace, (see follg.), de- 
fender, TT 263t. 

2ir-ap.vvciv, only pres. and imp. aor. 
'Ofjivvov, aid in hatilej absoL, E 685 ; 
nvi, e 414. (U.) 

4ir-av-64f&cvai (TiOTjfit)^ better read- 
ing, gV d»// 9.f rursus claudere, 
shut again, <I> 535 f. 

iir-uv-iorafiai, -i(mr|(rav, aor., si- 
mul assurrexerunt, stood up also, 
B 85t. 

^ir-doi8{, dat. fem., (aelSui), incan- 
tatione, by a spell, t 457t, 

iir-air€i\iu}, only aor. -T|ir€iXT|(rc, 
and part., minari, W, mefiace, v 127, 
N 582. 

lir-apapi(TK(jjf aor. -rjpo'c, ^< to, rivi ; 
-apijpUy plupf.j^fterf exactly =made/ast 
the gates, M 456. 

^ir-apas> ace. pi. fem., (apa), curses, 
I 456t. 

iir-dpi(i7€iv,only pres., and (in tmesi) 
aor. inf., succor, A 408 ; rivi, "¥ 783. 

lir-a{y/^p€i.f-aprjpo*gy see tTr-apapiaKw. 

kir-apKBU), only -i^pKCcre, aor., tcard 
off, rivi n, p 568. 

cir-dpovpos (dpovpa), serf, X 489t. 

€ir-apT^C9» ^as9 (-(r/jrouj), i n s t r u c t i, 
parati, equipped, ready, r 289. (Od.) 

cir-ajori'u>, only ipf -^pryi^y fitted on, 
447; added, y 152. (Od.) 

(ir-ap|d)icvos, oi, aoQut, part, and 
imp. aor.. (^apx***), SeTrafvoi, having per- 
formed the dedicatory rites with the 
cups, i. e. having filled the cups for the 
libation, A 471, 7 340. 
^ir-(ipay6% {dpi'iyttv), helper, X 498f . 
/^iiT'affKkat, only pf. pass. -ij(ncv|Tai, 
the walled and turreted court w sMU- 
fuUy joined to it, p 266 f. 

cir-ocavTcpoi, ovg, at, ntr. or, 
(accrov) closer and closer, close together, 
A 423; in quick succession, A 383, ir 

€ir-ai/Xovs (avKii), cattie-pens, s ta- 
bu la, li/ 358t. 

iir-avpioKw, only aor. act..-avp^, f7v, 
e/zci^, mid. -lyat, vjvrai, and mid. prs. 
-ioKovrat, fut. -r)(Tt(j9ai, attingere, 
consequi, (1) towcA, tivoq, A 573; 
impingi. strike, ^ 340 ; icnicdv (<t€), 
befall, a 107. — (2) (usually mid.) par- 
take of, enjoy, reap fruit of, nvog, p SI; 
ironically, O 17, Z 353. 

iirX avo-e (dvw), aor., hailed, £ 101. 


tir<4J<^af (aiftvffffui), aor., poured tipon, 
r 388t. 

tir-^cipc, imp. pr., and (tmesis) ipf. ; 
aor. mid. -kypiro, waken, x 431 ; exci- 
tare, arouse, O 567; mid., exper- 
gisci, tt^oibe up. 

€ir-^pa|i.€v, aor. from eVt-rpexw. 

€ir-^v, ipf. from tn-itfii. 

^ir-c{, conjunction, after that, after ^ 
when, (1) temporal: (a) with indie, 
pret., of facts, A 57, r 99, k 414; 
TTpwra, A 235, p 573 ; rd vpwra, Z 
489, Q 553; to irpioTOV, S 13.--(b) 
with subj., of uncertainty, v 86, O 363; 
with expectation of realization, with 
Ktv, T 402, X 125; with dv, Z 412, 
N 285 (see also iirnv) ; iterative with 
Kiv, B 475. — (c) with opt., iterative, to 
254, Q 14, and freq.; with dv in simple 
assumption, I 304.— (2) causal : since, 
with indie, Z 333, A 352, B 171, N 1 ; 
with preterit indie, in conditional sen- 
tence, O 228 ; after suppressed princi- 
pal sentence, A 231, y 103, i 352. — (3) 
joined with other particles, avrdp iivtt, 
but when ; iird dp, -pa, since then ; -yf, 
since at least; iicti df), since, now that; 
ETrei j), since in truth, i 276 [ww^ 
t-TTfJT]'] ; £7r£( ovv, when then, well then 
when / cTTf i Trtp, seeing that ; cVet rot, 
since of a truth; avriK — ts, simul 
atque, as soon as. [At beginning 

of verse, pronounce tirju ; iird 

ov, synizesis tirjov, exc. e 364, Q 685.] 
(JkTT'ii, perh. lit. upon which.) 

'E^ciYCvS) son of Agakles, a Myrmi- 
don, slain by Hektor, 11 571. 

«irc(7Ci, only pres. and ipf. (no aug.) 
act. pass, mid., (1) pre mere, oppress, 
M 452 ; urgeo, beset, Z 85, * 623. A 
157, E 622; propellere, drive for- 
ward, O 382, /A 167 ; pass., o 297 ; pur- 
sue (subj.), K 361; agitare, pkf, fi 
205; exigere, hurry on the sale, o 
445; mid., urge on in one's interest, 
ydfxov.', pass., incitari, hasten; part. 
iirnyoiitvoQ, citatus. eager, c 399. S 
519, ^ 119; desiderans, desirous, 
with inf., V 30; tivoq, appetens, T 
142; o^oto, longing for the departure; 
TTtpi viicriQ. 

iirciSdv (cVct drj dv), doubtful read- 
ing, N 285t. 

iirciSi^, see eirei 3. 

^ircii^, see eVft 3. 

tir-ciii, see 1. tTr-ufu, 




1. hr-itfu (cf. Ini I., tin), «iiy, opt., 
ipf. 3 sing. -(riv= -rjev^ 3 pi. -tcrav, 
fut -(ooiTai^ he vpon^ B 259 ; /3 344, 6e 
found, remain, 

2. Iir-ci(u ((Ei/ai), prs. with part., ipf. 
i^uv, rjitraVf yaav, fut. eiruiaofiat, aor. 
mid. iiruKTafiivfi, $ 424, accedere 
ad, come upon; tivOj A 29; rif count 
over, vigit,\l/ 359, ^411; dpvuaySog rivi, 
drew near, P 741; aggredi (usually 
in tmesi), rivd^go against, T 454 ; with 
dat.,r 15, Y 176. 

'Eirciof, tribe in north Elis, A 732, 
N 686, ^ 537. 

'Eirci^, vlhg Ilavo^oc,^ 665, 838, 
builder of wooden horse, X 523. 

circC-ircp, see ifrti 3. 

lirciTa (eV(, lira), postea, then, aft- 
ertoard, (1) in genera], of mere se- 
quence, A 35, 48, 121, 387, 440, a 80, 
84, 106 ; avTiK CTrtcra, immediately 
afler; Kai iir,, Q 520; avrap tir., often 
after irpwrov fxiv. — (2) in apodosis drj 
Itt., a 84 and freq. — (3) referring back 
to what has been already stated, so 
then, for, a 106, y 62.— (4) of futurity, 
hereafter, (3 60, ^551.— (5) of sequence 
in thought, then, therefore, y 62, O 49, 
1 357 ; in questions, a 65, 1 437 ; after 
all. a 65, 29. 

lir-cK^icXcTO, aor. from -KiXo/iai. 

(ir-^Kcp<rc, aor. from -Keipu). 

cir-cXavvo), aor. cirl fjXoire, loelded on 
(as eighth layer) ; -fXrjXaro, plupf pass., 
N804. (11.) 

Iir-A^v|«re, aor. from -XfjOio. 

iir-cfi-pcPcutfSf pf.f (fiaivuj) ovdov, 
landing on the threshold, I 582f . 

lir-cvciKai, inf. aor. from -<^ipio. 

Iir-^ci}ic, aor. from -vkfiui. 

lir-cviliv€ov, ipf. from -vrjviw, 

(fw - €rr\voB€f pf., (dvOog), strictly 
bloomed upon = grew thereon, B 219, K 
134 : yet 9 365, Oeovg iirevijvoOiv must 
be translated surrounds, i. e. such as 
bathes and exhales from the gods. 

t*-€v-Tavv<ras, part. aor. from ra- 
vvta, X 467t; supra intendens, 
stretching the rope high over the BoXog 
(to hang each one in a noose upon it). 

«r-€VTWovTai, suhj., [i"], s e a c c i n- 
gant ad — , rt, en 89; cir-^vrilc, ipf., 
(ivrta), harnessed, G 382. (II.) 

lir-loiKcv, pf., and -(i^K€i, plupf., 
(jctKfo), d e c e t, t< M aeemlg, v 293 ; usu- 

ally with ace. with inf, X 186, A 126*, 
Tivi Ti, befits, Q 595 ; libet, I 392. 

^irl^i6|jicv, 1 pi. plupf. from iniQw. 

^ir^XT|7ov, 3 pi red. aor. from 

^ir-^irXa>9, 2 sing. aor. from -wXww. 

€irciro£8ci, plupf. from iriiQw. 

(ircir6v0ci, plupf. from irdax^' 

^ir-^irropc, aor. from -Trraipu). 

tir-^irraTO, aor. from -TrtTOftat. 

iirimitrrOf plupf from rrvvOdvofiai. 

^ir-^pcurc, aor., (fpei£w),put to it vast 
strength, t 538 ; drove against, E 856 ; 
also in tmesi, A 235. 

cirl fyv^a (£p£0o>), roof over = build, 
A 39t. 

^-€pp<0<ravTo, aor. -pdjio. 

cir-cpvcroc, aor. from -ipina, drew to^ 
a 441 ; tmes. ipytravrec^ having dragged 
thither, fi 14 ; ■fiiriipmo, draw toward the 
mainland, A 485. [v~\ 

^-^pxeoa, 2 sing., (-ipxcfiat), pres., 
fut. -tXevffoiJiai, aor. -t)Xv96, -fjXOf, with 
subj., part. ; pf. -iXijXvSa, often in 
tmesi.---(l) adoriri, attack, O 406. — 
(2) eg n, come to, r\ 280; rt, perme- 
are, traverse, d 268, 2 321, ^ 251; 
ad i r e, approach, tt 27 ; r e d i re, p 1 70 ; 
ad venire, w 354, of seasons and hours 
of day, arrive, come on, vi<^, KvttpoQ ; 
of advance of enemies, Tftiidrjv, struck 
and grazed; come over, v-n-vog. — (3) 
rivi, draw near, A 251, Y 91, O 84 ; 
adoriri, E 219, K 485; surprise, vir- 
vog, vovffog, vvK- 

tirc(rPoXtas9 ace. pi., (see follg.),ybr^ 
ward talk, ^ 159t. 

^irc(r-P<SXov, ace. masc, (j3aXXft>), 
scurrilous, impudent, B 275f. 

circcrov, aor. from ttitttw. 

iir-iijirovy aor. from l^-kTro}. 

^ir-4<r<rcTai, fut. from 1. inEifjii. 

tir-€Q-avrai, pf. pass, from -oiviu, 

C7r-^<mr|, aor. from i^-iarrffxi. 

in-itrxovy aor. from -sxio. 

cir-cn^o-ios {trog), throughout all the 
genr, rj llSf. 

Iircv, imp. from sTrofiai. 

2ir-€v^ij(XT)(rav, 3 pi. aor., {-ev<})7jfiiis)), 
cheered ajprovingly, A 22, 376. 

iir-ei5x€Tai, pres., also fut. aor. Cftl- 
Xo^ai), (1) precari, jjn/y, nr/, k 533; 
203, with inf ; adding a petition there- 
to, ^ 436. — (2) gloriari, exiUt, absol., 
X 286, * 427 ; rivi, A 431, n 829, Si 





circ^vov, aor. from *«r-. 

tir^^p&8ov, aor. from 0pa^u>. 

tir-€xcts (txw)y pres., ipf. -tlxsj -6xc, 
aor. -kaxov, praebeo, offer (wine, the 
breast), X 83 ; nW, iiupono, place 
vpon^ p 410; in stare, attack, '' 71 i 
(tmesis, x 75); n, occupare, extend [ 
over, * 407, ^ 190, 238 ; cAecife, * 244, 
u 266v restrain the mind from ; so. tau- 
Tov, kept aloof, </> 186. (See tTrwxaro.) 

lir-ii]PoXos (a/io\€a>, co/we in contact 
with), p a r t i c e p s, possessing, /3 3 1 9t. 

cir-T|'YKcv(8c(r(riv, dat. pi., uppermost 
streaks, or planks of ship, forming the gun- 
wale, £ 253 f. (See cut No. 35, letter c.) 

tir-Tj€v, see 1 . tir-tifii. 

cir-T|CTav(Ss9 oi, ovq, 6v, {aiei), lasting 
constcmtlg, neut. cdways, abtmikmtlg, k 
427. (Od.) 

^ir-ijt€v, from 2. tir-tifxi. 

etr-i^Xt/6ov, redierunt, aor. from 

cir-T||i,oiPo£ (dfidpw), serving for a 
change, | 513 ; oxnsQy cross-bars, shiU- 
ting one over the other in opposite direc- 
tions, (See cut No. 32.) 

cirC T* i^}iiv€i, nods to (the wind) with 
its ears, i. e. dips its beads to the wind, 
B 148t. 

VKr[y = iiTH av, when, after, (1) with 
subj., (a) of fut. expectation, B 414, O 
147, a 293, n 96, M 369, 5 412, x 254; 
(b) general supposition, 9 553, i 130, 
T 223.— (2) with opt., (a) dependent 
upon clause containing a wish, and 
thus attracted into opt., Q 227 ; (b) 
iter., ^222. (t ntl dp=i irfj- t)v = iwriv.) 

^ir-nvcov, -ri<jav, see eTr-atvEopev, 

^irt||cv, aor. fVom Trfiyvvfii. 

^ir-i^irvov, ipf., {qirvu)), dn^orkpoiai^ 
utrisque acclamabant, applaud, 
2 502t. 

cir-ijp&T09> ov, ov, a, {eparoQ), hvely, 
pleasing, ^ 606, X 121. 

(ir-i^peT)ioi {EpeTfi6c;),Jitted laith oars ; 
but j3 403. cU the oar. (Od.) 

«ir'-t|pc<|>^c99 sag, (ipk^ut), overhanging, 
stem, M 54, /i 59. 

*Ein{piTos, name coined by Odys- 
seus, u) 306t. 

^ir-tjpoc, aor. from -apapiffKU}. 

eir-jcav, see 2. tir-u/jii, 

tx-tjTi^S, y, discreet, v 332, (t 128. 

k*ir-iJTpi|i.oi, a, crebri, a, mimerous, 
2 211. (II.) 

^ir-i|Tvos, gen., (-ijrvf, -lyr^c)? bene- 
volentiae, 306f. [w -w] 

fcirC, I. adv., thereto, O 321, * 840, 
507, K 466; thereupon, y 9, A 630; on 
the vpper part of it, U ^\2 ; taoreover, 
c 443, 2 529 ; thereon, 1 187. So nat- 
urally ciri=£7r£<7n, ad est, 563; est, 
\367,r45, E 178, N 104; imminet, 
hangs over, 4> 110. — IL prep. A. with 
ace, (1) of the point or goal (a) aimed 
at: toward, to, B 218, a 149, x"P^i>* 
laWov, dXro, itov, T 154, M 375 ; vfjai;^ 
Oiva, A 440; in hostile sense, upon, 
against, E 590, A 343, M 375, 443, N 
101, P 504, K 85, « 248, p 295 ; over, 
a 146; upon, e 84, N 682; >// 76, 
= stopped my mouth; upon, «^ero ; at, 
/li 171 ; (b) attained : to, 14«, K 470, 9 
226 ; upon, e. g. descend from chariot 
upon, fall upon, K 541, x^oj'a,* 393, 
X 18 ; sit upon, S 437 ; (c) esp. with 
neut. pL, t'tfiirtpa, to our house, o 83 ; 
ap«rrcpd, 8inistrorsum,a sinistra, 
^£^ta.— (2) of purpose, (a) with verbs 
of motion, 9 395 ; cenatum ire, w 
394; cubitnm, ^ 455; epya; oi 466, 
ad arma concurrere, hastened to 
arm themselves ; trrixag, to, i. e. t» or iy 
ranks ; (b) with verbs of seeking, go 
for, fetch, y 421, cf. <p 17, N 459.-- (3) 
of extension (a) over a space, X 577 ; 
TToi^Tov, yaXav, vtora 9a\d<rafig, (T 131 ; 
dpovpap, x96va, Q 532 ; dffrta, vatra, 
B 308; {TrdvTag) dv9p(o7rovg, Utrough" 
out the whole world ; txraov, how far ; 
Tooaov, so far, so large; tifiitrv, as far 
as the middle; TroWd, far and wide; (b) 
in time : drip6v,for a long time, P 41 ; 
Xp6vov,for a time, until, ly 288. — (4) 
secundum, according to ; laa, uni- 
formly ; <nd9yiriv, by the rule, straight. 
— B. with dat, (1). local : upon, at, 
/3w/ioIc,cf.5 134; x^ovi, humi, in ter- 
ris, TTvpytft, Inxdpy and iaxapo^iv, yov- 
vam; amid, a 218; Kredreooi, vrivoi^ 
<TTa9poXai, ipdrvy, avTot^i, v 221 ; Ofi, 
at, cf. French su r, on the river, A 712 ; 
priyfiivL, 9ivi, Kpi)vy^ odtft icoXTry, fja^tfi^ 
upon ; over the corpse of, A 261 j in ^e 
place of, U 649, P 400; of motion to- 
wards, with subsequent rest, freq. with 
verbs of motion, esp. Triirru), x«<«>» ri0iy/u 
(tTTi 0pe(r(, enjoin upon), t^ofMoi, also « 
375. — (2) temporal : iifiaTi, cf. French 
un jour; ajler, H 163 sqq., "¥ 401, 
614.— (3) attending circumstance: with 




this intention, rtfB' M 9vfuf, ir 111, 
i0tf4 work nnaccomplished, A 235. — 
(4) approach : upon, at or near^ a 103, K 
568, r 23, O 743, P 574, viyufft ; dvai, 
soccor ; iriXofiat, come upon, v %0; cU 
or affainstj 8 822, x 8» A 382, F 15, O 
327. — (5) additional circumstance : 
over <md abow^ betides, ti 216, p 454, x 
264, I 639. — (6) causal : for, dop-rc^i ; 
niotive : because o/*, ir 1 9, T 35 ; tn honor 
o/*, dtOXivtiv] with hostile intent, 
itgctmst, K 185 ; tgxm clear right, <7 414 ; 
for, A 162, K 304, ^ 574 ; condition : 
upon, * 445. — C. with gen.,(l) local : 
vpon, in, on, vrioQ, i^weipov, dypov, vev- 
p^^v, iKpto^iv, iViTfaiv, irvpyov, over 
the battle-field, P 368 ; against, ri 278 ; 
with verbs of motion, paivu), 'il^ut, iXo- 
fuu, riSfifu, ipvia, vr/o^ , upon the ship ; 
ixpto^v, y 353 ; ^c^to^iv, apiOTfpo^iv ; 
c 238, to the verge of the island, A 546, 
*374. — (2) temporal: iiprivfi^, pace, 
in time o/* peace, ^ 332.— (3) of goal : 
make /or Psyria, y 171. — (4) iiri rrai- 
ioQ sviaBai, accompany a daughter, a 
278; €0' vfii'mv, by yourselves, H 195. 

M ULXXovrti, ipf laWi, aor. -i}}Xe, 
-c^Xai, in j i cere, riW n, lay upon (hand- 
fetters); immittere. «enc? w/Mwi. j3 316, 
^ 475 ; X 49, brought to pass, [r, with 
aagm. 7.] 

lvi-^|icvo«, aor. part, from i<p- 

MTi-avSdvct, see i^av^avta. 

jir^C&xov> tmesi, i«xf, ipf., {idxtii)^ ac- 
clamabant, H 403; conclama- 
bant,P 723. 

ftSri-PoOpov (^Eiri'^aTt'iptov), fire, 
pcusng^ -money, o 449 f! 

^-Poiv^ffccv, -uv^ pr. ipf, fut. -jS/;- 
ifoftat, aor. -t^v, subj. tiofitv, fit'ififvai^ 
mid. -^PriatTo, imp. -^ijtno ; freq. in 
tmesi, ^e< a fooling, stand, I. absol., 
fft 434, E 666; jShHriKe. 11 69, has ad- 
vanced, Aa« marched forth,— (l) with 
gen., seAfoot on, tread, of country, city, 
etc.— (2) fig. trea-i (the path of inso- 
lence, X 424; of mirth, xf/ 52). — (3) 
mount, go on boards chariot, bed, scaf- 
fold, ship, A 99 ; cHnib, vvpycjv, M 444. 
— (4) with ace. Uiipiriv, traverse, — II. 
trans, fut act. iiri^fjatrf, and 1 aor. 
-€j8>y<T€, (1) set upon, rj 223. — (2) bring 
to great glory, 285 ; bring to reason, 
4f 13.— (3) cause to mount, 129, 19-*, 
hii^ vpon, I 546. 

M P^LXXov, ipf, aor. act. mid., freq. 
in tmesi, throw, cast upon, act. nvi n, 4 
520 ; ^ 320, ply the whip ; (viywc) <Pedi;, 
ste red for, mid., se injicere in, evd- 
puiv ; cast lots with each other for, $ 
209 ; pass, ipf., lay ovtr it, r 58. 

ciri-pa4nc^(uv (see firifSaivB^tv, II., 
2), nvd KaKwv, bring into misfortune^ 
B 234t. 

iiri-ptj)fccvai, aor. from eiri-jSaivkpev, 

tirt-Pi^TOpa, Of, ace, (-/JZ/rw/o), iV- 
TTujv, mounted warrior ; ervutv, boar, 

ciri-pXi]99 o, O^o'AAw), obex, 6ar, O 
453t. (See cut No. 60, and the adja- 
cent representation of Egyptian doors; 
see also No. 32.) 


ciri-/3oaa>, only mid. fut. -Pa><ro|Mii, 
caU upon, for help, as witnesses, Otovi;, 
a 378, K 463 (v. I. du)(r6p(9a). 

cirt-Pov-K^Xos (KtXofiat), fioSiv — 
dvi)p, cattle 'herd, herdsman, y 422. 

eiTi-Pp^ftCi, set roaring, P 739 f. 

€irt-/3|oi^w, only aor. -fftpJaav, with 
subj. and opt., jfall heavily upon^ fall 
heavily, E 91; make the vines heavy 
(with fruit), w 344. 

tiri-P«Mr6|jLc6a, fut. from -l3odw. 

tiri-PfSropt, dat., (-jdwrwjo), htjXuv, 
shepherd, v 222t. 

tirl J^ySovirTiorav (y^of Trttu), thunder^ 
ed app: oval, A 45f . 

€iri-7C7verai, appetit, approaches, 
Z 148t. (O 358, read oaov t tm, as 
far as.) 

kiri-ytyrd<(TKio, only aor. subj. -7v«tj, 
ww(Tf , recognizes, w 217; /ooA; upon, us 
fighting, (T 30. 

ciri-Yvafiirrei, aor. 'tyvafixpf, flec- 
tit, changes, nvd, voov rirof; bending, 
<I> 178 ; if/ip, bowing her will. 

^iri-Yvwri, sec -ytyvuKTKoj, 




BiiTo, would grow a stout thiffh, p 225. 

€iri-7pap8T)v, adv., (-ypd(pw)y j8aX«, 
struck scratchinff, i. e. grazed, «1> 166f. 

ciri-ypa0u/, only aor. -^pax|/c, grazes 
Xpoa^ N 553 ; KXrjpoVf scratch, mark, 

*£ir£8avpos, i), town in Argolis, B 

tiri-8c8pop.c, pf. from -Tpkxia. 

ciri-8c|ia, ntr. pi., dextrorsnm, 
toward the right {auspicious, B 353). 

(iri-ScuifSy pi. -«c, ag, {Stofxai^ 
eg em us, we are in need of; ovk cVi- 
divug (cV/ifv), with gen., non ege- 
mus; jSi'iyy — , robore inferior; w 
171, sc. jSiflc* far too loeak; snidevif; 
€xy(T9a, yvith gen., mayst faU in noth- 
ing ofihy right. 

ciri-Seuoftai, ipf. -idtvtro (Set), egeo, 
lack; with gen., inferior sum, E 
636; esp. iidxnQy pugnando, in bat- 
tle; but Q 385, non sibi defuit in 
pugna contra Ach.; desideran- 
tes, 2 77. 

€iri-8T|p.cvcis (Srjuog), stayest ai home 
(eV St)fjn{j)f IT 28t. 

Iiri-Sq^ios, ov, ovy 01, (^^/iof), at 
home.n 194, Q 262; I 64, civ ills. 

tiri-8{8«»}jii, only fut. aor. act., give 
besides, ^ 559; give with her, I 147; 
raid. fut. 'dwtrofxeOa (better jSoxro/jieOa), 
bestow gifts upon ; and aor. subj. -5w/i£- 
da, testes nobis adhibeamus, toA« 
as tcitness, X 254. 

«iri-8iv4«a (divrf), aor. 'Sivfjtrac, hav- 
ing whirled it^ mid. -Siveirai, secum 
volvit, weighs (in thought), v 218 ; 
pass. -divriOevTe, wheeling (in the air), 
(i 151. 

tiri-8i<^pXa8o9i rrJQ, (^i'0poc), rim of 
body or box of chariot, K 475t. (See 
cut No. 10, under dvrv^.) 

^iri-8£<^pu&, ntr., (ditppoo), 9tXvat = 
Im Si(pp(ft, place in the chariot, o 51 
and 75. 

^ir-i8<$vTa, aor. from t^-opdw^ X 61. 

^iri-8pa}x^TV)v, tiv, aor. see -rpexto. 

M Spofjiov (dpofiog), ntr., that may 
be scaled, Z 434t. 

^irl Svvat, aor. inf expressing a 
wish; may the sun set, utinamne 
occidat, B 413t. 

€iri-8b>(r<$u.cCa, see -(iodm. 

(iri-Swfic.a, see -Sidiofii. 

cm-ciKcXos, oVf f, (i«c«Xov), con si- 
mi lis, like, 9to7S} aOavaTOKTi, A. 265. 

itn-tiKia^ ace. and -ig, ntr., (-etr^Ct 
iouct), becoming, suitable; "^ 246, thus 
of suitable size ; with ntr. (freq. with 
(jjg, as), itrriv is always to be supplied 

^iri-€iKT<Sv, a, ntr., (a/cw), conce- 
d end us, always with ovc, unef2d/.ra&/e 
(unheard of), 9 307 ; elsewh., invincible, 
unceasing. (II.) 

tiri-ci|ji4vos, pf. pass. part, from cVt- 

(iri-c£(ro|iai, fut. from 2. iv-etfu. 

tiri-A.irco, imp. pres., -erat (tmesis), 
-ofitvog^ have hope of, A 545. 

etfi-ivvvfii, aor. act. -i(r(ra)fccv, pf. 
pass. 'Ufjikvog, ot, super induere, 
put on over, v 143; pass., praeditus; 
with ace, H 164, A 149. 

€iri-(d-^Xos (0oX-, Eng. swell), 
raging, furious, x«Xoc ; adv., vthement- 
ly, with ;^aX£7ra(Voi, fitvkaivi. 

cir-iTiXc, see €7r-iaXXw. 

ciri-i{v8avc, see i<p-avBdv(a, 

cirC-^po, see ripa. 

^iTi-ijp&va, ntr. pi., (iiriijpa'), 9v}nf, 
corrcipotiding to the icish, desired, r 343f. 

ciri-Capfrvvuv, part., {9dpoog\ en- 
couraging, A 183t. [i>] 

^iri-6ciTc, 2 aor. opt., 'ri9rifii. 

^iri-6i{)jLaTa, ntr. pi, (rit^iy/ii), lids, 
Q 228t. 

ciri-6p^{avTos, aor. from -rpex***. 

eiri-6pca<rKovo'i, and part., * aor. al- 
ways in tmesi, -96pov, (joooov ivi, so 
far, E 772), in si lire, spring on board, 
vrjog; insultare, leap tpon (in con- 
tempt), Tvn^ip', aggredi, attacifc, rtvi, 
G 252, X 303. 

tir-i6iiOV(ri, pres., aor. -'i9v(javTtg^ 
(i9vc), irruentes, rush upon, w 297; 
also D 175. 

tirt-CoTopa, ace, {ol?a), conscinm, 
priry to, i. e. accomplice in, heinous 
deeds ; others, performer of great la- 
bors, 26 f. 

(iri-jcaio), only ipf cVi fii^pi ^xaiov, 
comburebant, were burning, y 9, and 
aor. ^icT|c, av. 

(irC-Kop, see III. xdp. 

ciri-Kapo-iai, pi. adj., {iirl Kdp), head- 
foremost, I 70 f. 

*EiriKdaTt|, mother of Oidipus, X 

€ir-^KCivTO, ipf, fut. -Kfhtroi, (KUfxai), 
lay thereon, i.e. were closed, ^ 19; in- 
stabit 5e«e<, Z 458. 

4vl MC(pCl 



lirl KcCpci, ipf. 'Kiiptv, aor. -Kspat, 
accido, motm, baffle^ firidta; mow 
dwm, n 394. 

M KcXd8i|<rav, aor., (ccXa^cto), 
ikouted applause, O 542. (II.) 

cm-clXXw, only aor. -cKcXtrcv, etc., 
beachf lei take the landf vijaQ, i 148. 

ewi-Kk\ofiai, only aor. -ck^kXcto, i n- 
vocabat, call upon, I 454t. 

km^tpdvvvfii, inf. aor. -Kprjoui, ad- 
miscere, miv in addition, ij 164f. 

^iri-KCpTO]Ji^ft»v, part., (KEprofiog), 
Tiva, i r r i d e n s, mocldng ; only Q 649, 
i c a t u s, laughingly . 

lirC-KCvOc, imp. pres., fut. -K€v<yw, aor. 
subj. -Ktv<ryc, eel are, conceal, always 
with negative; with dat. and after 
other verbs, E 816, « 143, (t 171 ; ^ 744, 
rem te non celabo. 

liri-KCSvarat {(TKeddvwfii), disper- 
g'ltnr, diffuses itself over, B 850, H 451. 

etrt-KXc^cn (kXeoq), collaudant, 
praise the more, a 351 f. 

*£iriKXi|s, rja, companion at arms of 
Sarpedon, slain by Aias, M 379t. 

liri-icXi|(nv, ace., (-iC/\i;<Ti£:), cogno- 
mine, xaXeXv riva; TL 177, according 
to r^ort. 

Iirt - KCicXX|i.lva9, pf. pass, part., 
(ieX(Vw), closed (doors), M 121 f. 

M-xXoiroS) ov, (jcXlTrrw), /cat €., and, 
no doubt, a sly fox (who will steal the 
bow if he can), 397. 

fir-^icXvc, ipf., {k\v(jj), audiebat, 
n, Tiv'Q, € 150. 

ciri-icXw0a>, only aor. -^icXoNre, oav, 
travTO, oiovrai, spin to, allot; subj. al- 
ways some deity ; obj. either di<^vv, 6\- 
/3ov, or inf. after uic- (Od. and Q 525.) 

eirt-K^ctfv (kotttw), caesarus, to 
strike, to fell, y US\. 

ciri-KOvpi^trovTO, fut., (sirtK vpog), 
aaxiliaturum, to aid, E 614f. 

€ir£-Kovpos> Of, (jjv, ovg, adiutor, 
aider in batUe, E 478 ; adiutrix, * 
431; esp. pi., auxilia (Troiano- 
rum), allies of Trojans. 

ciri-/cpa(V(i>, aor. -Kpi^vcic, and imp. 
'Kprft\vov, ipf. -tKpalaivt, (Kpovoc, 
c r e a r e), accomplish ; rivi ri, fuIjiU, 
iikS(i)p, A 455. (II.) 

€iriHCf»dWovcn, indie, and part, only 
pres., {KpoLTog), have the upper hind, S 
98; ebewh. hold power, rule over. 

^iri-KpaW<0S {KpdroQ), mightily, vie* 
toriously, U 67. (II.) 

ciriHcpiJT|vov, -Kpijvcic, see -Kpaivm. 
^iri-Kprjcrau,, aor. inf. from -Kipav 

€ir-iKpiov, antenna, yard, only e 
254 and 318. 

€irt Kvpc, aor. -levpoag, (Kvpkwi), en- 
counter (in hostile signif. k^t always 
aiming at, ^ 821). 

(ir-^a|jix|rc, aor., (Xa/iTra;), shoTie in, 
P 650t. 

iin-XavBdviti, see -XriOio. 

ciri-X^c(r8c (Xiyu)), collect in additioHf 
e 507t. 

€irl IXci^c, ov, and aor. Xtti^ai, 
(X£t/3a>), pour a lotion over, Upolffi, f* 

Iiri Xcvoxrci, after t6<t(tov rig t, bet- 
ter separated ; one sees as far as, F 


cirC-XT|6ov, ntr., (-XtjOoj), kukCjv, caus- 
ing forgetfulness of ills, ^ 221f. 

tiri-A//(^w, only aor. -^t)o'cv, made 
forget, nvog, v 85 ; fut. mid. -Xijaofjiai, 
aor. -eXfjOtro, oblivisci, rivog (also 
tmesis, -XdOiovrat). 

tir-cXi^Kcov, ipf., beat time, 9 379 f. 

tirl-X(78Tjv iSXiJTo Cijxov, received a 
stroke grazing his shoulder, P 599 f. 

€ir-iXXi(ov(ri HOI, wink to me, (r 1 1 f . 

iir-cXcSPcvov, ipf., (Xuj(5ri), mock at, 
j8 323t. 

ivi-/iaivoiJiai, aor. -cfu^varo, ry , was 
maily in love with him (or ry may be 
construed with niyi)(itvai), Z 160f. 

1. €iri-f&aico, imp. prs., ipf., (pspaa), 
nvog, seek to gain, make for, K 401, ^ 

2. iici.-fmiofiai, ipf -cfiaCcro and aor. 
-tHa<T(Tdro, (MA), lay hold of grctsp; ri 
Xi'ip = X^*P*» * 302 ; contrectare, 
touch, X 591 ; touch with sceptre, v 429 ; 
E 748, strike with whip ; was reaching 
after, X 531. 

ciri-}idpTvpoS} ot, testis (deus), H 

cirt-fJiaovcTai, etc., see 2. iin-naio- 

tiri-juMTTOv (-paiofiai\ contrecta- 
tum, one who has been passed through 
many hands,^^%, v 377t. 

ciri-p.ci8i](ras (jJHiSau)), smiling at or 
ujwn, A 356; with scornful smile, K 400. 

liri-|U|ii4^€ai, trrti, Jind fault with^ 
nvi, IT 97; tivoq, B 225, what art (/wu 




complaining off A 65,93, he dissatisfied 

iin-fisvw, only imp. aor. -|mivov, stat/y 
a 309; wait (oippa, d 687), with subj., 
Z 340. 

cir-C|i.i|8cTO, ipf, iraTpiy she devised a 
trick ag<iinst her father, d 43 7 f. 

^i-fitjvis, reading of Aristarchus, 
E 178t, wrath thereat. 

fir-cfii^vtc (uriviu)) rtW, succense- 
b at, was aJtftud ivith, N 460f. 

€iri-/i(/ii^j7 (Tico/iat, only aor. mid. -(tvv|- 
<ra£]jicOa, and pass. -/ii/i;<T9fic, recor- 
dari, cal' to mind, P 103, d 191. 

tiri-|jiCf&va>, U7cit7 upon, superintend^ ^, 
$66. (Od.) 

^i-}t£$, adv., promiscue, tnc?w- 
mmmafe/y, "^ 242. 

liri-f&C<ryof&ai, only pres., have to do 
with, nvt, Z, 205 ; accedere, rfraw 
nigh tOy ^ 241 ; ma-DUS conserere 
cum, contend with. 

^iri - }tinf|(ra£f&c6(&, aor., see -ftifiv^- 


ciri-/iu^w, only aor. -^;iv$av, mur- 
mured at, A 20. (II.) 

€iri-vf/zw, aor. -cvci|Jic Tivi rt, dis- 
pertiit, distributed to, I 216. 

iin.-v€vaty ipf. Ivcvc, aor. -tvevaa, c, 
an n u it, ^ nodded with his helmet, i. e. 
its plumes nodded, X 314 ; nod assent, 
Kapr/Ti, 6<f>pvm (tmesis), A 528, 431, 
as promise, or as sign previously agreed 

fciri - vc<|»p£8iov, adj. ace., (i/€0poc), 
over the kidneys, i 204t. 

*iri-v£w, only aor. -^cre. Destiny 
spun to him at his birth with her thread, 
Y 128, Q 210. 

^ir-em^veov, ipf, (ve'w, vfikai), vtKpovg 
ftvpKairig, were heaping up the corpses 
upon the funeral pile, H 428. 

eiri-|vvy (^Kvvog), com muni, com- 
mon, where several have rights, M 422t. 

«iri-opici{(r(i>, fut., (-opKeii)), pei era- 
bo, sioear jfdsdy ; wpog datfiovogy per 
deum, T 188t. 

tirC-opKov, neut., (opKog), periu- 
1* u m,faise, T 264 ; subst. p er i u r i u m, 
false oath, T 279 (vainly, K 332). 

cirl SpovT«u, TO, pres. ipf., (oiJpoc), 
watch over them, ^ 104 ; were serving, y 

^iTi-oovo^w, part.du., tuentes, n ; 
having before their eyes, avoiding, P 381+. 

iiTk'Ovpa, see -ovpov. 

€irC-ovpos, ov, (odpog\ Kp^ry, ruler 
in Kreta (11.) ; vutv, chief swine-Aerd 

ciri-^t|ro|uu, see s^-op6ntt. 

ciri-ircurcreiv, wv, and ipf. ir&dffs 
(tmesis), <f)dpfiaKa, ^ninkle healing drugs 
(powder made of roots) upon, A 219. (H.) 

^iri-vc(6cTai, so, ipf. -era, fut. -airai, 
obey, Tivi {iirktom, O 162), /it)d^ ; subj. 
Ou/xog Tivi. (Od.) 

cirl ircXcfUx^Ti, simul vibraba- 
tur, quivered as it struck, n 612. (II.) 

eirl ir^Xcrai, ovrat, aor. -vXoiuvov, 
coming, r; 261 ; rtvt Qdvarog, comes 
upon ; so also yripag, vomog. (Od.) 

tir-^irraTo, --rrrkaBai, aor., (rrtTOfjiai), 
Sidyol&y it, Jly toward, N 821. 

^iriyirCXvaroa {7rk\ofiat),is there there, 


€iri-7rXa^a), only aor. pass. -^Xo^- 
xOcls irovTov, driven about over — , 14f . 

iirX irX^oiv = TrXettDi/, TrXtiv, ipf. 
-iTrXEov, sail over, the sea, the waves, 
A 312, ^474in tmesi. 

tiri-irXi^(r(rci99 wi/, fut. ttXtj^hv, vi- 
tuperare. rebuke, M 211, ^ 580; 
stjiMng, lashing, K 500. 

^i-irXM<ra9> aor. part., aor. sync. 
-svrXwg, part. -ir\(og, (from cVittXcwv), 
«a»/ upon, TTovroi/, 7 15. 

^iri-irv€£'n<ri, subj., Tvtiovaa part., 
aor. subj. irpevfftiXTi, cf. adflare navi, 
vi;i, breathe or 6/otr ttpon, ^ 357. 

tiri-iroipivcS) shepherdesses, fi 131t. 

€iri-irp^irci, rot, w wawi/es*, w 252t. 

ciri-irpo-^|icv, inf aor. -iiy/«. 

^iri-irpo-it|Xc, aor.,((aAXw), set before 
them, ((T0(uiv), A 628 f. [i] 

(iri-irpo-^Ka, ev, and inf. -sfxtv, send 
forth to Troy, 2 439 ; vrjvm, embark 
for ; A 94, shoot at Menelaos ; made for, 
o 299. [i] 

^ir-^irropc, aor., {irTaiptti), fioi ira- 
(Tiv tirioaiv, has been sneezing all the 
while I spoke, p 545 f. 

ciri-irr^(r6ai, inf. aor., see -kirraro. 

€iri-ira>XetTai (jroKog), obit, inspect, 
A 231; -tTrwXciro <Trtx«c»was scouring 
to find a combatant, A 264. (II.) 

^iri-pp^coxov (PpsZio), were accus- 
tomed to sacrifice, p 21 1 f. 

€iri-pp^irg, subj., (Ppen.), fifuv, settle 
down upon us, S 99f. 

iirt-pp^ci (trptft, psij),fiow upon (sur- 
face) ; -kppBiv, were streaming toward uSy 
A 724. (II.) 



ktH rdvifai 

«n-ppifav«arKov, ipf. iter., (pfi<r<Tui)f 
drooe tOj pushed home^ Q 454, 456. 

Hn-^ppi^rav (fpiirTui) ftot, in me 
coniecerant, cast upon me, € SlOf. 

liri^po6os (p£0oc ?)) a d i u t o r, - 1 r i X, 
hUper, ^ 390. (II.) 

iftry- piMtofiai (ruo), only ipf. -cppw- 
orro, V 107, rymvj at which toere husy^ 
were toiling night and day, aor. -fppw- 
aavTo, flowed waving doivn, A 529. 

frin-ovcU«v, -<T<jtiy, (aftj^), brandish 
over, against, rivi, A 167. (II.) 

ciri-<rev||, ipf. -ioevt, (freq. off, from 
(7^, «enJ upoft, let loose upon^ {tivi), dogs, 
monsters ; met. ill-luck, dreams ; pass, 
prs. ipf., pf. -ktravrai, -iaavfxivo<;, plupf. 
'ioavTO, rush up, upon, % 310 ; ri, ^ 20 ; 
Iff Tiva, N 757 ; rivi, O 347 ; -de, v 19 ; 
freq. in tmesi, often in hostile significa- 
tion, charge upon, rivi, ri, H 511, with 
gen. ; raging throvgh the plain, iriHioio ; 
bursting Jbrth, P 737 : v>as hastening to 
follow, 4> 601 ; so also with subject, 

liri-<rKdiros, ov, oi, {trKkirrofiaC), look- 
out, watch (K 38, 342 ?), for something, 
Twog, 163 ; guardian, Q 729, X 255. 

Mri-cKv^Myrai, subj., aor. opt. -oicva- 
ftaiTo, indignari, 6e indignant at, rivi, 
q 306. 

(iti-oxvviov (s c n-t u m, c u-t i s), skin 
aver the brows, knitted in frowning, P 
136t. [y] 

titi-o-uvycpws, m is ere, sadJy, y 195. 

cirC-oTTouTTOv (airdu)), of his own seek- 
ing, ff 73. (Od.) 

tuvHTirciv, inf. aor. from i<p-87r(o. 

^iri-<nr^pXovox, 3 pi. and part, -tov, 
incitans ; c 304, rush to the spot. 

lin-<nr^(rSai, -ottiov, see ifp-kiru). 

liri-oxrc£']Q99 etc., see tVt-aciwv. 

^i-otrcvg, see -oivy. 

firC-(nra>Tpa, wv, oiq, sing., "^^ 519, 
((rf a>-, <r«i'w), ftVc. (II.) 

tin-<rTd8<$v, adv., (iorafjiai), stepping 
ttp to in turn ; ir 453, were making 
leady (standing) on the spot. 

^ir-Corrapiai, prs. ipf., and fut. -larfj- 
oowai, know how, understand, with inf., 
B 61 1 ; yoi (ftpiai, of intellectual com- 
prehension, in one's thought, tpya, rf 
HI; be skiUfid, cm adept in, etc. (in 
this sense, part, very common) ; 0op- 
HtyyoQ, 406; with skilfful feet, 2 599 ; 
OKovTi, in throwing the spear, also of 


animals ; though knowing well in your 
hearts, 8 730. 

cir-urrdfJi^ttf {-iorafjiai), shUfully, H 
317; €v Kai—,yl/ 197. 

tiri - oTttTTi, dat., (iora^iai), acce- 
de n t i, beggar, p 455f . [a] 

^i h\ oTCvdxovTO {ortvdxi»\ wailed 
in reply, T 301. (11.) [d] 

tiri 8* loTCvc ((xrevto), groaned in an- 
swer, Q 776t. 

€iri-aTC^a« (ore^w) o'lvoio, JUled to 
the brim with wine, 8 232. 

€iri- ore^o/iat, only aor. -cor^^avro 
TTorolo, fUed to the brim with drink, A 

€ir-Mm^|u»v {iiriffrafiai), discreet, 
through thought and instinct, ir 374f . 

^iri-artov (iorafiat), place where the 
ships stand when drawn up, ^ 265f . 

tir-eoTovaxTio^, aor., billows roared 
as they closed upon her, Q 79t. [a] 

tirl €<rr<Spc(rcv, aor., {oropkpvufjii), 
tpread over, ^ 50f . 

iiri-oTpi^as, part, aor., {orpi^to), 
having turnedhim toward the Achaians, 
r 370t. 

€iri-(rTpo<|»d8t)v, adv., (errpf 0a>), turn- 
ing in every direction, on every side, K 
483. [d] 

iiri - <rrpo<t>os {prpk^to) avOpwrruv, 
conversant with (in his wanderings), a 

*EirC-<rrpo^os, (1) leader of the Hali- 
zonians, B 856t. — (2) son of Euenos, 
slain by Achilleus, B 692t. — (3) son of 
Iphitos, chief of Phokians, B 51 7t. 

Iiri - (rrp<i>4^cri { = aov(n) TroXrjag, 
circumeunt urbes, haunt, p 486f. 

*Eir(<rra>p, a Trojan, slain by Patro- 
klos, n 695t. 

tiri-<r<t>vpCoi9, dat. pi., (trtpvpov), apa- 
pvlaq, furnished toith clasps around tht 
ankles, F 331. (II.) (See cut on next 

^iri-(rxcp«&» adv., (trx^poc), in a row, 
close together, ^ 1 25. (11.) 

tiri - <rx€0'iT|v, ace, (i7r«xw)» fAv9oVf 
pretext, 71f. 

kiri-ax^cri^i )), {tTrexd)), restraint, with 
inf., ^451. 

iir-iaxew (tx^)^ ( I ) hold to their course, 
P 465. — (2) Tivi, impono, !Si 241; 
Qvixov TivoQ, restrain one's thoughts 
from — ; mid. part, aiming at,x 15. 

Itii rdvvarc, oav, (also aa), only aor., 
extend, stretch out orer, extend ofoeTn'^ 


aiaaes an giBOi, S54 ; Aid. 


rpric f ifi. Iny h 


in-^k^rm, imp. » 
palietU, * 591 ; ^6Bb 


ToX|i^T», imp. pra.. aor. irok- 
Tu\|lt•^I^). tndure to lieten, a 353; 
hdd uul. 

(See cut, representing a Pliuo- 

359, n 567 ; laid it down upon, o 283 ; 
dita/oneai-il by, a 442. 

{■n-rippatot, ow, lu, oi, (piffoc), 
tpringiag fc> oiii,- adiutor, Af^r. 
(II. and u IS2,) 

fit-rn'tu, only pass, pf -Wri- 
TOi, plnpf. -riraro — rivi, M tpread 
oner, k 19. 

Iitl-tAXw, pr, ipf. aor. act at 
mid., lag vpon, manclare. nvi rni 
ajiBov (tpartpuv), Ipir/iac. E 91 
avvBtniac; ilf, iis, reWi, eame» 
Ij, (j), sharply; mid. also iiiOtf — qfi 
akivtis. K 6t ; impoit, \ 622, a ""' 
give ordern. p 21 ; pass, plnpf. ji 
TD. eomToaada Itad been given, [iiri, ^ 

tm-riftirvToi Ipyoij, takei pleamre 
in, £ S2St. 

hri.-'rirpawToi, -riTpapaTai, see -rpi- 

iwvTtfiit (rtiv«i), intente, w«e»tfy, 
28; qmek^,A 142. 

jvii-ridif^i. prs, ipf fut, nor. 3 pi. 
-Ai|icw, Bubj. Slid, opt. -edn, inf. 
-e&vai. -fli/itvm, aor. mid, -(Strn, -Si- 
f«v»c (freq. in tme8i), g«t to, add, riv i 
n, H 364 ; confir, * ^SX^fiiiiT^^ 
ii^.lhe m in?7 rfm Biw trouble, E 3S4 ; 
^ceu^nm^j; 355 ; rivi~7out'n(ii. r 401 ; 
jjifeOsSB OB Olvmpos, X3tS; lag upon 
(wonnd, allar), i 190. « 267 ; \iitii; 
O S89; ^ o». It 137; also of veil, 
arrow on strini;, nvi n, e 324 ; iwpoK. 
6 245, also piiniahmenc, destiny; tt-niv. 
senddeliision into the mind ; ^piva nvi, 
onimum adverlere ait, app'y the 
mind to, place bejbre, nvt ; dote door, 
also of stone serving as door, x '^^i 
201, * 535, £X 525] ; pass, van ivv- 

J«-(Ta{dCatTO, ipf, (TiiSiitu.), werB 
ihooiing arrowi at — , t^. T 79't. 

jirL-Tp&irfevox, pre., iirpamfv), Tpi*- 
ai, iatrwl the watch to the Trojana, K 

42 If. 

firi-rptjTui, ipf. -^p*ir€, aor. 1 {-irpf- 
■i,tv). aor. 2 (-.rpdiropft), pass, pf (-ri- 
Tptiinot, -TtTpa^Ttti), cedere, give 
over to, W : with inf. the v'etory, (K 
79. yrioni, yield to) ; latve bdaiad him. q 
149; i*nInuf,n24.G ;S0,B25; vetoiv 
(defenrfendum);tSnjye mlh, K 59; 
OfniiTi (_pv6av), commit in BonSdoKe ; 
mi OviiuQ, with inf , I 12, thy heart u 

twi-rptxBi, ipf, -frptx"*, aor. 1 -flpf- 
Invroc, aor. 2 ■f'Jpo/iov, etc. ; pf -H- 
!pn)xiv, accnrro. run vp, i 524, ^ 3 't 
strike upon, grime, N 409 ; roll afier, V 
504 ; M ^iread over, I 45, u 357. 

*-in-TpoxA&n*'i 8'i'' (rpm"e). ff't'^i 
r 213. a 26. 

^L-^pcLv, prs. act. and mid., fut 
'Oi'flti, nor. -ivata (fi'eq, in tmesi). in- 
ferre,trJfi^upon, nci'Apqn.bellum ; 
KTipa, pernieiem ; ]|;(ipo(;> '"? hands 
upon, IT 43B; =:A(we tnffrcourfe vt(A, 
T 261. 

tin-^?av&ii, opt. prs., nvi ri, rs- 
/«*«, Amy, X 149t. 

(Ti-t^X^L, {T. pres., (fXfytu), com- 
burit, ra'uvR»«^B455. (lU 




hn-^pdZia, only aor. -^^poSc, etc., 
act (1) point out, k HI; (2) declare^ 
A 795 ; (3) shew how^ 9 68 ; mid. aor. 
•i^tpdoaro, subj. iirXippdooiTai, opt. 
^paoffaiaro, and pass. aor. -t^pdtrOriQ ; 
perceive (by mind), <r 94 ; sen tire, by 
senses, 94, v6f\atv, took note (of the 
sound). Hank thereon^ E 665 ; meditate^ 
jiovXiiv ] devise^ rivi oXtOpov; c 183, 
that thou hast thought of speaking this. 

liTi-^pov^ovoUy part, prs., {-^ptov), 
putfy, T 385t. 

Iiri - ^po<rvvi|v, aq, ace, {-^ptoi^), 
(koughtftdnest (presence of mind), r 22, 
assume discretion, (Od.) 

iirl-^pwv, ^ovi, a, (^priv), discreet ; 
^vXriv, in counsel i// 12. (Od.) 

eir-cxc(pcov, ipf., fut. -^fiaiVj (x«tp«w)» 
nv(, to^ Aonc^ upon, partake of, (o 386, 

Iiri-xcvoi, inf. aor., y. sq. 

Iiri-x^" (freq. tmesis), aor. 1 -kxiva 
(Xtf), -x«e, inf. "X^vai, mid. ipf. -x^ov 
TOf aor. 'ixivaro, 2 aor. -bxvvtOj pass, 
pf. Ksxprai, aor. opt. xvOsirf^pour upon, 
nvi ri, ^ 214 ; pour out, M 284 ; met. 
(sleep) over, nvi, (5Xt(pdpot(nv', nvi 
piXta, showering over them missiles, 9 
159; heap up, earth, funeral mound, 
bed of boughs, material of whatever 
sort (mid., raise for one's self), e 257. 

hn.-yfi6vwij masc. plur., (jx^mv), 
earthiy (opp. ovpaviutvfg), A 266 ; also 
as subst, 12 220 ; =tnen, p 115. 

hn-xP^^t aor. -^(paov, /a// upon, 
nvi, n 352 ; annoy, tU^tress (oy wooing), 
j3 50 ; c^o Aa7-f» to, c 64. ' 

liTi - xp^vTCS) aor. part, -xp'^^^^^y 
mid. prs. besmear (mid., one'« «e(/*), aXot- 
rt',<rl72. (Od.) 

Im-i|ravg, subj. prs., (^avui), oXiyov 
rpairidtooi, touches the matter only a 
little with his mind, uses only a little 
his reason, 9 547t. 

iW'Utyaiy pi., places ofshelt-er against 
wind and wave, roadstead, c 404t. 

Iir-ii»v, see 2. in-Hfii. lirXc, aor. 
from ireXfo. lirXco, ei;, tro, aor. from 

^Xi|VTo, aor. from rreXdZuj. iir- 
o(ini, fut. from -(phput. 

lir-oCxcorOai, ofAevog^ ipf. -(px^To, 
tmesis, S 381. — (1) obire, go to and 
fro, hack and forth, iravToat, dvd, A 
383; Z 282, if she herself should go 
abroad and look for a -husband there. 

— (2) nvd, accedere ad, approcuk, 
p 346, a 324; invade re, attack, E 
330, A 50.— (3) n, permeare,0 676; 
obire, \oT6v,ply the loom {going up 
and down before it) ; v 34, go to evening 
meal ; p 227, a 363, attend to work in 
the field. — (4) rivi, accedere ad, a 

lir^fuorOa, see €Va>. 

kn-opvvpi, fut. -opiovpiai, aor. o/ioer- 
ohv (tmesis), swear in addition, I 274. 

4ir-opi^Xiov, ntr., {op^aXog), the 
shield, on the boss, H 267 f. 

4ir-oir£(co, imp. pr., (oTric), reve- 
rere, reverence, stand in awe of « 146f. 

iir-OTTTaii), only ipf. -ilrirr<avy broiled 
over (the blazing wood), /* 363t. 

iir-oirrcvccncc, ipf. iter., (6irr«va>), 
superintended, ir 140t. 

CTT-opgyw, aor. act. only in tmesi, 
&p^(g, reocA to, confer upon, E 225 ; mid. 
aor. part, -ops^dpivog, stretching one's 
self out towards, hinging at, £ 335. 

kft'opyvtit, ipf. -a>pwc, aor. -uipat, 
imp. tTTopoov; freq. in tmesi, inci- 
tare contra, excite (courage, Y 93) 
against, nvd nvi, M 253, c 366; (in 
hostile sign if.) send {against, nvi) war- 
rior, storm, wild beast, waves, sleep 
(day of death, O 613).— Mid. ipf. wpvu- 
ro^ aor. -wpro, plupf. cptapu, surgere, 
rise; ^ 112, nvi, rise vp against (for 

tTT-opopai, see Itti opovrai. 

Iiropov, aor. see iropov. 

kir-opovu), only aor. -^povtrc, charge 
upon, rush to, (a) with dat., usually in 
hostile signif., r 379 ; nvi dovpi, H 
320 ; in friendly signif., E 793.— (b) 
with ace, P 481, spring upon the char- 

Iiros, ntr. (gen. sing, wanting), tirsi, 
only E 879, {Piir, voc),vox, that which 
is jpoJfxnj word, A 108, S 384, a 64; 
pi'ophetic utterance, p 266 ; in general 
signif. cf. V o X, promiser decree ; diaKsp- 
aai, baffle, 9 8 ; threat, riXdv, fulfill, 
IS, 44; sententia, I 100; plur., re- 
cital, ^ 597 ; legend, Y 204 ; desire, IS, 
212; tTTsoiv Kai x^P^^v, with word and 
deed; tpyov re iirog t€, j3 272; tTrog 
often is nearly equal to fact, thing, A 
652, y 243 ; X 146, usually with verb of 
saying ; it is to be distinguished from 
pv9oQ, 8 597. 

4ir-OTpiv«i>, prs. i^f., ««t. -u»T9^)^>aq^ 




etc., impel lere, (1) drive on, excitCj 
encourage^ Z 439, c 488, 561 ; rivd^ 
with inf. [rivly only jc 531 ; IT 524, dat. 
depends on KtKkonivoQ, in other paral- 
lel examples on /ccAcuoi) ; TroAXa, eager- 
ly; stir up {irritatey rivd, 9 185), tto- 
\efiuv ni'i, against any one; dyyeXutg^ 
send quickly tidings, to 355 ; make haste 
with, mid., furnish quickly, our cus- 
tomary escort (irofiTrnv)^ (^31. 

4ir-ovpdvios» also dat. pi., (pvpavog), 
caelestis, heavenly, with Otoi; jZ 129; 
opp. iTrix^^uvioi ai'^jOWTTot. 

^ir-ox'^o'CTai, fut., {oxfonai), be car- 
ri(^d upon, ride upon, tTriroij:, P 449. 

lirnS^cai, ^ofievog, fut. from l^opdu). 

lirpaOov, aor. from irkpQut. 

lirTO. [d J, s e p t em. lirro-piSciov, ri/* 
seven folds of hide, septemplex, H 
266. (11.) lirTd-€TCS, seven years, y 
305. (Od.) 4irTa-KaC-8€Ka, sep t em- 
dec im, £ 278. lirra-irdStjv, seven feet 
lotiff^ O 729f. 'Eirro-iropoSy river in 
Mysia, flowing from Mount Ida, M 20. 
lirTa-^Xoio, of seven gated (Thebes, 
A 406). 

c^rropcv, aor. from irraipw, lirraro, 
aor. from Tciroiiai. 

eirraxS- (^diEfwtparo, divided), into 
seven parts, ^ 434f. 

lira), I. act. pres. and ipf cirov, were 
making ready, p. 209 ; he busy (about, 
TTffOi, O 555) ; W, Z 321. occupied tci'h; 
ptrd Tivu, going after, K 516. — II. mid. 
prs. ipf titrtro, usually without augm. 
iiroprjv, etc., fut. f^l/opai, aor. faTrtro, 
etc., (orig. redup. form (re-SEII, se- 
qui), TrpoTtpu), accede, draw near, 2 
887; com i tor, attend, A 424; rivi, ^ 
276; lipa, V 447 (rm, M 87, j8 11). 
pird Tivt, 2) 234 ; avv rivi. rj 304 ; rivd, 
N 492; praesto esse, be at hand, B 
140; Tivt, B 675, O 204, ^ 643; what 
my strength is. and with what sort of 
aims / am furnished, v 237 ; "Kop-K^tq, 
TTopTTov, conduct; with ntr. subj.. gi 
vith, sail after, faU after, y 165, T 376, 
II 504, M 398 {belong to, 1 513, A 415 ; 
accompany, V 255, a 278); correspond 
w strength, A 314; fol'ow, with hostile 
intent, rivn, A 154; dpipi rivu, A 474, 
565. [;< 209. V. 1. tin instead of «7rf «.] 
Iir-wvvpiov (uvopo),by name, I 562; 
ovopa, was given to him. (Od.) 
lir-wpTo, aor. mid. from '0pvv(o, 

lir-ttfX&To, 3 pi. plupf, pass., («xw)i 
clausae erant, had been shut, M 

Ipa-(c (tpa), on the ground, P 619, 

cp&piai, rat, ipf. ipdaaOf, aor. ^pa- 
adpyv, {0)0(1x0, ipdoodro, (Jput), rivog 
{iroXepov, 1 64), a man 8 sum, &e .19 
love with. 

4pavvTJ9» fjv, fem., (iparoo), charming, 
I 531, ly 18. 

cpavoS) fft, masc, picnic, a 226. (Od.) 

4pd(ar)(raT0, aor. from ipafiai. 

4paTCivds, fJQ, r\v, dg, a, (tparoc). 
/<we/y, charming, T 239,. T 347, T 175, 
^ 13 ; pleasing (prowess), Z 156 ; weiU 
come, I 230. 

k^ariXfiiVy part., {iparog), Kpuwv, 
craving (flesh), A 551. (11.) 

^pard, ntr. pi., {, charming, 
r 64t. 

4pYd(c(r6ai, only prs., and ipf. vpyd- 
l^tro, ipyd^ovro, {fkpyov^ toork, labor, 
rivi ; perform, bring to pas", tpya ; p 
321, do what is proper; bi 210, did 
what it pleased him to command ; 
wrought, y 435. 

cpYaOcv and 4^p7a6cv, ipf., {Pspyui), 
ri diro Ttvog, cut off, E 147. (II.) 

IpYov, sing, and pi. {flpyov, A 395, 
Eng. work), (1) facinus, deed, M 
366, 1 443, a 338 ; shocking deed, y 265, 
275, 7r 346, 26, w 426 ; work, opera, 
M 412; action, B 436 ; task, Z 324, 
492, a 356 (T 1 33, unseemly toil = bond- 
age); action, opp. deliberation, 1 374; 
opp. word, A 395, 504 ; opp. discussion, 
T 242; staU of the case, r 391. — (2) 
opus, tasks, I 250, ^ 228; 0iXorr/<Ttfl, 
loveatt'airs; tpya rirvKrai nvog, opas 
e s t r e. — (3) work in Jkld, husbandry, 
Tz 140, 144: drSpuiV jSoiLv, k 98, i. e. 
neither plough -foind nor y'meynrd; 
drBpuytrtov, al^riwv^ ~'rurfi, Jields, B 
751 ; (pa tern a), /3 127, cf 22. pater- 
nal estates; bona, dk^irai. property in- 
creases which is in my charge, | 66. 
— (4) severe combat, A 470, M 271; 
piya dprjog, A 734 ; pdxqg, Z 522. — 
(5) opera, what is wrought or made, 
works of skill, N 432, I 128, 390, K 234; 
women's works, Z 289 ; of Hephaistos, 
117; accomplishments, 9 245. — (6) 
res, A 294, 2 77, 4> 19, d 663 ; mafter, 
B 252. A 573, X 450, T 321 ; d/irjxafa, 
evil without remedy. 


Ipyu (Fiprfu), act. prs. <I|»yo«n, aor. 
l/itay, pass. prs. Ipyofxivri, aor. ipyjiivra, 
pf. tpX'"''"' plopf- fpxaTo, bIso acL pres. 
UpYU, ot/oi, UK, ipf. (tpyt, ov. pass, 
pres. ((pyo/Ki-oi, part, plupf. lipxaro. 
prat, (1) ivi"( HI, ivrii (with cen.), n, 
E 41l.« 2S2,E 283; tic, outside of,e 
213 ; wert covertd, P 3S1.— (2) hold iff. 
ri/i^ic. utroqnei rfiXe.procul; ntclt, 
nirci rivoi-, iitrof. Jfceep awoy /'om ; /i 
SI9,mjj«ra(e; ni^-,N52Sj ciiUingoff, 
forUng, M 201 ; force lack, n 395. 
(B 69, better reading Upiiinui.) 

ipiai (fkprym), pn. ipf. fpSo|MV, ov, 
'Oer. Stuag, t, pf. iopyaq, plupf. iupyu, 
fnt. fp£w, (/«>', aor. iptav, imp. EplDv, 
mf. ("pS"'- p"/orm, eacrifice, deeds, (3 
i3S; fmu well, o 360; joined with 
nUurav, \ SO, a 293; ri ni'i, o 360. 
i)3l4i JCMUV riMO, E 175. 

JmBoviJ, p, lit, ((pf^oj), a le r, blad, 
1474. (11.) 

IpJBivtoi, pi., chictpeai, V SeSf. 

Ih^os, gen. ipiiifVQ. (ptfJio^i, 
reoint o/ darknea (of the lo«er 
world), Ipf^uufi, (0 frfftof, ir 356, 

l)iM(v(it, (, prs.. and ipf. ipirivir, 
(!pw).a^.abso]..riV "' " ' 

epn'iriii (ripa?), /tt/^ t mble, (I) 
trans, pts. and ipf Ipiun, tear doum, 
O 361 ; pass, plupf (pipivro ; (2) intr. 
aor. ^puri, Ipisfai, ipiKoima irpi)vqi', 
forw^s, ^Cuiriiriii, backwards, yvuf, oil 

"Eptfi^l, a fubled folk, l 84t. 

'p'f'TI' '!'■■ C'Vtioc)- atrae, dark, 
black, M 376, w 108. 

Eptto, aor, from piZai. 

Ip^ovTo, see (pu 11. 

lpnrTi\MV9i, ovc, depascentes, 
fetdiag apon; of lotus-eaiers, i V7. 

iptpiMTO, plitpf. pass, from ipiijrui. 
ipitriaj^see Ipu L 

Jp«r<r^|uva[, inf. pr.. and ipf. [piiT- 
aoi',((p(r/iut)iremigare. mm, I 361. 

Ip^ru, pi., tpiTTjc, iiom. i (tpirpdt), 

'E|KT|uvt,BPliaiakiaD, 112. 

lp«T|j,dv, pi. □, 01^, (remus, Eng. 
rudder), oar. \ 77. (Tlie cut, from 
drawing oa antique vogc, represents a 


. f SS;i 

djiipi T 

isked after — , u 362; ipf. mid. 
pv9v>, p 30S. 

iptflil»,oiilv pi's., Ipf ipiei;ni..((>Oi 
BTi(afe.A32,!J.^60; «.:.(« i:iu'.o«iVyr45. 

jp^JH (t'pM,). only pres., excilt ; ^ 8 1 3, 

IpflSoi-m, prs.. ipf. ipiiBc, -fl 


prtst againtl, tupport firndy. teatt iqton. 
ri rp6f,- (mpl) n, (tffi) rivt ; pass, pf. 
l|n|pAsTaLt Aone Amh nunmei' ijotn) 
iq»n.- * 284, rM( npoa (the ground. 
oCffi); plupf Ipifpi^nro.tcere let (tirm- 
'y); ^piP***"™" ''"^ Z"^- — (2) J>««j 

' tpOTiiN 13t ; rit'a.i«>et(withmiEEiles); 
enard Iktckly tog-Aer, liXAqXauriv. — (3) 

. mid., tupport one's self on one's spear, 
nw ; \ctpi yi'p, 'eon with the hand on 
the earth ; IpiiaOiie. lupporiinff oae'i 
ilfl aivggU ngaimt each olhcr, t 
735; ipHOiifttfOC. AoBing plarUtd Aiia- 

tp*iKijityot, prs. part, pass., and aor. 
^pin.nnid (fraQgi),moi Sovpi, pureed 
% the spear, N 441. ■(II.) 
fpaia, tplUfM, 869 •/>(" In- 

different WAV of working the oars from 
that of the Homeric age; see cut 136.) 

ipiiyofiai, prs., ipf. IpivYrro, aor. 
fipuyt, (ruclarc). evomere, n 162; 
1 374, beliAtd forth ; roar (of sea, cat- 

'EptvBoXCtin', leader of the Arka- 
dians, r^lain by Nestor. H 136. 

iftitiin; part. , aor, ipivnni , (ipaOpog, 
rntilusX redJai, dye, with lilood, A 
394. (IL) 

tptwAv (-awv). prs., ipf iptiva, 
lract,S 321; teek,x 180 

{pT||MV, p, qv, a, ai 

■0, pf, and plnpf. from 

ifirfriav, ipf. IplirSi, pass. iptfrStrai, 
TO, [elsewh. ii],.80r, ifoiTvaiu, iler. 
Jpijrlnjo«(, pass. ip^ruStv, 3 pi., Aaid 
bai^ check, A 567. B 164 ; mid. and 
aor. pass, rwfrain one'i ttif, N 280 ; re- 
iROtn. B 99 1 oI/oiD tilH^ to be cotUmSed, 
I 462 ; trans, only 723. 

jpi^ like ipi-,aTi(l per-, strengthen- 
ing prefix, oery, timeh. 

jpi • avx<Mt, n^', viitk high - ardling 
MCib.A159, (11.) 

jpi.-Ppc|UTtu, gen. from -I'njf, (/Spt- 
fiu), load Ihuaderiag, V 624f. 

Ipi-PuXdJioi, I, (I — ipi-^wXov, ov, 
no nom.,OJiOXDc),«n(A large,tiici cfodi, 
epithet of /ei*ife, /mil/al regions, v 
235. ( 34. (II.) 

Ipf-ySmnrot, ou. «io, oi— Ipi-Sovirav, 
W, wv, (fsiiircif). /oud iltun^<ri»7, roor- 
ttff, of river, shore; itsounding, of 
vaulted pordi; ecicinj, of horses' tread, 
A 152. 

ipISmv^fuv, only prs, and aor. ipriq- 
Oonltr,d,Tifi,avTia ira'vrcui'. Over, al>out 
something ; ivitd nvat, iripi Trraixiiv, 
with words or by deeds, in rivalry, ^ 
g06, n 765. 

JpiS|iii£KM7v, snbj., ((|H(')i '""it"!*, 

Ipi-Sotfvov, etc., see ipl-ySuintos, 

ifuVjitv, prs., ipf. IpiZf. iter, ipiii- 
«ov. aor. ipitri^iv, ip.'(a)<r«(, unv, ipi- 
aavTi, aUo mid. Snbj, aor, tpiaatrai, 
(tpif). certare. contend uqfA, (»e niili, 
some one, nvi. in respect to something, 
ri, I S89, 1 213 ; nvi, f 80. o 321 ; inpi 
rtvoj, e. g. concerning eloquence, with 
inf., a 3S; wrangle, contend for fair 
dirision of property, M 423 { be wroth 
with.nn. N 109. 

lp(-ii)pot, o>', pi. -(C, oc, (AptipaiQ), 
ittongly atlachtd, mats, iTaZpot, AeiSin; 

lpi-OT|U«, iiav, inc. (OaXXu), ^turun- 
ata (hlooming, verdant), E 90. (II.) 

(piSoi, oiffiv. reaperi, £ 550. 560. 

IpL-mS/ot, fa, fem, ace. (rC^of), 
fiimoui, glorioiu, of gods j then BtHv 
i,ij^ilC.laJTa.K 182. 

3i-|iii»«',oii;. gen. ace, (^iueiid/iiti), 
bellowing, /JoBi". * 775. 
tfLyt6t, ri», c a p ri f i c a B, wi'dfig-trfi, 
filOS; IL the great wild fig-tree, near 
the sources of the Skamandros, Z 

reading of Aris- 

tf^-tmnfl and -aiivioi, ov, (i^'w., , 
htlpfal, epithet of Hermes ; also subst. 
Hdpar, it 440. 

(ptf, r^of . If 1, 1^0, and Iptv, pi. (plitoc, 
— (1) strife, quarrel, oertamen, iui^ 
gium.rixa, pugna.ET32;{pi^O£V& 
ni'. P 384; A 8. ipiii ^w. iidx-, bring 
together" 134,r 251; Y 
55, let loose dire ilrife among them ; 
aunAy (heart-consuming, H 210).— <2) 
rivalry, irpof fpoinrai. dlsplaving rinahy 
=in emulation ; 6 210, reveals to his 
host hit lungiiigfirr contests ; iX IpiBot, 
in eombal. — (3) Erii or Ditcord per- 
sonified, A 73. [fVc, U 440] 

ifi-aitviat, gen., (aOivoi), migilg, all- 
poatrful, Zeus, T 355. 

tftvyA {ipiZm),or:catioa ofvarioMet, 
A 38t. 

kft-atSi^Xiar, aec. (ora^i'X^), large~ 
cliatered, epithet of wine, i 111,358. 

Jpi^ffioio, OP, (ri/iq), %% prited, 
preeioai, B 447 (II.) 

ipt^mr, gen. pi. oiiri, ovc, hftedo- 
kidt.i 220. [i] 

'Epi-xO^wt, BOD of IJardanos, father 
of Tros.r 219,230. 

"EfiAtrvt, wife of OiJeus, step-mother 
ofMedon,N 697. 

• (.It 

rt • 

vail or ktdge 

Df court, I 476, rj 102. [i] 

IpKOt. sing., and pi. ipria, loi, (I) 
tmiotart, hedge, ratling or mall, around 
fields, gardens, or court yard of house. 
xMl.t 164; 6livTii'v. barrio, line of 
;lie leeth. A 350, r 323; x''^"'4' = 
trmatorum, O 5G7. — (2) jn/r^udri/, 
d'ftiite (against gen.), also as epilhet 
U heroes. A 2S4. A 299. 

L Ippo, pL nra, (pp/ioQ, aupd, se- 
ries), paidaiiU, eaT.rinffi, prob. striii)rs 
of beads, pi. (see cut to the left, an 
Albenian tetrocIrBcbni ; see cul lo 
the right, Sicilian dekadrachtn) ; iSv- 
»■, cftoBi ^niiriani™ of sharp pang?, 

'pot> Vi ov, Dom. also !p<jf, r 442, 
S 294, (iKw, /Tfunan, ni'Oc; desideri- 
am, appetitUB, A 469 ; i^ ipov ilvai, 
lake away, the wish for — , satiate 

tfrwtri (Ipirai), moving, Si-i«g bdngs, 

ipvai. only prs., and ipf. tXfmv, 
erpo),»u(i, mum, p 158, P 447. 
tffil&arai^ pf. patE. Trom paiVu. 
fppLYO, ii<ri, see piyiu*. 

II. Ipjua, pi. a™, <of doubtful con- 
nection with preceding), columen, 
(1) prapi, set in a row. on which the 
ship was Eupporte<i when drawn up 
on shore, A 486.— (2) irdXijos, pillar, 
p™ of the c*tv, n 549. 

*l!p)uuot X"*oc. hill of Hervut, off- 
■hoot of Moan t Neion in I chaka. ir 47 1 f . 

"Bf^ift, ace. iji; and 'EpfUiM, liao 

lenger of the gods, Jia'jcrupDs; (in (M,), 
Mm of Maia. J 435 ; guide of Pria- 
mos. Q 457; also escort of the dead, 
«i 1 ; Cf. ipioiT.oc, (tiJCOC. aKdmiTa. xpv- 
origpojnc, iiaicnirov. 

^a)iLdvn, (1) daughter of Menelaos 
■nd of Hclcne, I 14.— (2) city in Ar- 
golis, B 560. 

Ipft'ra, ace, pi. -tiriv, (IL cpita), 
btipoiU, e 378. (Od.) 

'Bpjun, river in Aiolis,T 393. 

fynlt, dttl. (V, ntr.. {upwiii), *p>i3< 
«kw(, germen. ipi6i)\iQ, blooming, P 
53 (£ 175, ; 163. S 56. symbol of 
fOQthful grace and beautj). 

' '■*,fuLfrom(pj4». 



ippi-yo, ti<r, 

{fiplHi), go, S 367 ; hobble abmU, £ 421 ; 
iaU,Q 239; imp. if^oM .' off with thee! 
44 abi in matam rem. 

fpvi), CI, and ttfOtt, HI, nE, 
ros, pi. dtie-dropi, stained wilh 
blood, A 53; ti'i'i,ntaJion>l<Hnbt. 
4po-i{<tc (vTo,(ip(n(),deuy^/rMA, 
reccnG.oflotus,S348; ofUek- 
tor's corpse, Q. 

ipvYiLKi^ov, flcc. (tpiuyofcai), 
- i,i«fl(>iB%, 2 580+. 
from iptir, 
. . pass.. (fpB , 
■eddtned, K 484. (11.) 
'EpvStvoL, place in Faphlagoaii 

'Fpiifoi, town in Boiolia, B 499 
(puSp«t, vc, <i£, (rutiluE, Eng. l 
dj), red, riidify, I 365. 

dtiain, Z 217, X 105 ; AoftJ/oX, tJ 317 ; 
cA«ci, r 26S ; hM bad, o 68, y 144 ; 
rfetoiB, Iffirom, E 262,321; ril3,A««, 
i. e. placed them in ranks; arcere. 
iw}1 away, r 16, O 178, H 369, H 342, 
rifd liaxtK- from the battle ; mi n, 
ieep of, I 166, O 450; scparare, K 
161 ; mid. pres. cess a re, lorry, S 466, 
-* 443; in M 2SS = act. rab-tniu = 

'EpvXfiot, a Trojan, slain by Fatro- 
klos, n 4iit. 

IpSpa (tpvo/iifi) 'xpooQ, protection fyr 
his body, A 137t- 




'Ef»v|iav9os, mountain in Arkadia, 

K I03t. 

*Epv)ia«, avTOQ, a Trojan, (1) slain 
by Idomeneus, 11 345 ; (2) by Patro- 
klos, n 415. 

4pi)o}iai ((xpv, (TspPf servo, Q 430, ^ 
107, o 35), cpvco^aiy (sync. ipvaQai, 
(tpiftrOai^ as also ipf. tpv(To^ TOy and si- 
pifTOy vTo), pr. ipf., fut. and aor. ((t and 
rff) ; equally common also, parallel 
forms clpv-, serv SLve^ preserve, shield, 
(1) riva, P 327 ; watch, k 444, p 429, t// 
229, 151, (against outbreak of indigna- 
tion, Q 584) ; watch over, y 268 ; ob- 
servare, respect, A 216; lie in wait/br, 
v 463.— (2) ward oJJT, ri, B 859, E 538, 
■^^ 819 ; defend one's self against, 
143 ; Tivi, protect [y in fut. and aor. 
(exc. 5 279) on ace. of <t(t ; also in sync, 
forms and by contraction]. 

Ipvor - dppiaTCS, rag, (jtpvtay upfxci), 
chariot-draioing, O 354. (II.) 

ipvffi'TrToXi, see pvai'TrroXi, 

ipvu), kpiovaxy (JFepvu), verro, the f 
often disregarded, augm. et) ; act. prs. 
ipf., fut. ((T(T, also without tr, A 454), 
aor., pass. pf. ilpdarai, -V/ievai, plupf. 
eipvro, WTO ; mid. prs. fut. (also ipv- 
<(T0at), aor., veil ere, trahere, draw; 
tOiv d(T<Tov, nearer to him ; av, lift up ; 
TrdXiv, draw back, E 836 ; hoist aloft, 
X 176; drag off, viKpov, drag behind 
chariot, Q 16; draw the bow string, 

464 (au, e 325); evellere,* 175, 
E 110; convellere, M 258, 261; 
lace rare, O 351 ; nvd. x^aiVijc? by 
the mantle. — Mid. reflexive, S 79, 
nostras; x^» sunm; s; 422, to their 
side; 125, toward one's self (see cut 
No. 37); jc 165, to me; viKpov, fidxriQ, 
drag out of the combat after having 
slain, E 456, P 161. [y even in fut. 
and aor., exc. 21, n 863, X 351, /3 
389 ; only throujrh <y«r ; also pf. plupf. 
pass. V, exc. A 248.] 

IpxaTOi, TO, pf. plupf. pass, from 

^pXardfiovTo, ipf. pass., (Ipxardw, 
spxarai), were penned up, ^ 15f. 

kpxBivray see tpyto. 

ipxojuu, prs., imp. also fpxev, fut. 
iXsvoofjiai, aor. rjX9ov (indie, also ^Xi;- 
9ov, inf. also iXOsfisv, fifvai), pf. tlXfj- 
Xov9a, 9aQ, 9fv,9(OQ (O 81, tXriXov9i!jg), 
plupf. iiXriXov9ei, A 520, (1) ^o, vado, 

1 448, elg dyopY\Vy dyoprivdi ; march, B 

457; irri iroXXr/v yaiav, journey far; 
incedere, move, H 208 ; x^A^^« ^^ ^^e 
giound ; fly, P 755, n 478 ; sink, Q 82 ; 
TTidioio, through the plain ; hit di9Xay 
to the games ; iiira (rt, for something ; 
Tiva, to some one, sec tar i) «/ia rm, 
comitari; trpog ri, fcvri riva, acce- 
dere; Mv, A 151 ; l^ta'n}v, go on an 
embassy, Q 235 ; imp. tpxto, also age- 
dum,i// 254, p 529, 544.— (2) come, K 
540, a 408; trapd, otto, Ik tlvo^, virb 
"IXiov, dvTTjv, forward ; dyxi{fioX6v 
Tivi), ox^Sov, iyyv9(v, axtt69tv, near; 
dvTiov, dvra tivoq, obviani, to meet; 
dvTiog, adversus; dyytXog = dyyt- 
Xir]Q, as messenger; dfioi^oi, in ex- 
change ; e7rippo9oc, imKQvpog, as help- 
er; 0aoC) succor; Trt^og, on foot; 
ivapyi)Q, visibly, in bodily form ; fiopm- 
fiog, destined for her; viroxtiptog, in 
the power of; ig dpfxTfv tyx^og, within 
spear-throw ; U fieXkwv, out of reach 
of weapons ; 9i<oVf ovaa, quickly ; 00or- 
fisvog, before. iXOtov, often used pic- 
torially to render the description more 
vivid, B 147, 11 521. — Of inanimate 
objects, summer, X 192; dawn, fi 142; 
night. S? 77 ; star, v 94 ; death, X 135 ; 
age, V 60 ; marriage, ^ 288 ; dream, B 
56 ; storm, fi 288 ; stream of blood, % 
18, <T 97.— (3) go forth, P 741, 4> 62, ^ 
737, p 599; aXXiy(y), away = is lost, A 
120; proficisci, set out, E 150, 198; 
redire, return (dxp, O 550, K 211; 
TrdXiv, I 408, r 533), T 428,9 12, M 
225, TT 23, 131, 206, = referri, be 
brought back, S 180; dXyog, depart 
from, X 43. — Also with simple ace, A 
322, ^ 82, ^ 167 ; or -de, K 373, k 320; 
XtxooSs, to bed; xo/oov^6=€/f X®P''*'» 
to the dance; with part. fut. denoting 
intention or purpose, a 281, k 284, cE 
S; 304, Q 240. 

'EPQ, I. mid. aor. subj. 4pw)tc9a, opt. 
tpoiro, imp. tpno; inf. ipf(T9at. — IL 
pres. ipifiiVy subj. kpeiofifv, opt. Ipkotpn^ 
HIV, mid. pres. subj. kpktMifiai, inf. ipi- 
i(j9ai, ipf. ipkovro. — III. mid. prs. ctpo- 
piai, iai, subj. {tpoi/im, r/rnri, U}fit9a, imp. 
elpso, ka9{t}, inf. iipe<T9at, part, iipofitvogf 
if}, y, at, ipf. sipiTO, ovro, fut. siptitrofjiai, 
tlprjai, a 188, quaerere, seek, 31; 
elsewh. ask, rivd, A 553, a 284, ti, after 
something, H 128; rivd tirog dXKoj 
something else of one, y 243; rivd 
diKag, seek justice at one's hands; ask 




one aJUr^ rivd 
irtpi Tif p 571 

Tiva, K 416, Q 390; 
mpi Ttvogy a 405 ; 

cLfiif^i vroiTH, r 95 ; A 513, pray^ im- 

aptjfj see ipog, 

4pa>Sl^Vy ace, ardeam, heronj K 


1. 4po>Eft> (1. ^po;^), fat. i{<rci, fiacre, 
flow, A 303 and tt 441. 

2. ipiitkio (2. iptofi\ imp. Ifxaci, ctVto, 
fat. jfoovot^ aor. inf. ijerac, cease, rivo^y 
T 170 ; with 6m(T<Tu), "^r 433, fall back ; 
but N 57, trans, you would drive back. 

1. ipfiiif) y, r/v, (putofiaij piu, ruo), 
impetus, sweep, N 590 ; power, T 62 ; 
shower of weapons, A 542 (as measure 
of distance, flight of a spear, ^ 529). 

2. k^w/^ (ipiitfq. Old Ger. ruowa), 
vokkfiov, cessation, pause, IT 302, P 761. 

lpii»S, see tpoQ. 

ipwrdu), see tipwr^g, 

ktr-y see also do-. 

sa-aGpsu), aor. I(r-a0pij<rcicv, con- 
spiceret, <fe«cry, r 450t. 

io-aKovw, aor. ItrdKovcre, ^Ve ec/r, 
9 97. 

io-dXXofiai, aor. -ifXaro, II 558, and 
2 aor. -aXro, -oAXo/Ltfvoi, irrumpere, 
&tfr«^ into, TiixoQ, vuXaQ. 

iofiriv, etTtv, see olSevpvfii. 

ioSkpKo^ai, only aor. -^Spaxov, iv, 
conspexit, adspexit, Q 223 and 
(Od.). ^ 

kiT'dvvw^ only ipf. ig revx^a ^Bvvov, 
and aor. dvvre, induere, j?m< o», also 
fat. ItrSvcreaij te immiscebis, toA» a 
part in, dKovriarvv, ^ 622. 

da-kpxio, see tio-spx^o. 

iff-riXaro^ aor. from eo-dWofiat, 

itrOrjv, aor. pass, from fVvv/Ltt. 

loOi^S) ^rog, ^ri, ^ra, (PeoO., v e s t i s), 
dothing, clothes, a 165, ^ 74; garments 
given by the Nereids, a; 67 ; bed-cloth- 
ing, xj/ 290. (Od.) 

iims, rd=fore^.,^arOTcn<, Q 94f. 

ioOiut, prs., ipf r\adiov, «, (fut. see 
t^w), aor. etpayov {(fidyov), inf. <payefiev, 
itiv, etc.. pass. effOitrai, edere, eat, 
ri; ett of, Tivog, t 102; consume, also 
of fire; devour, /t 310; partake of food, 
<tf 254, p 478; d 318, is being de- 

4a6X6s, 17, 6v, etc.^ (Jori), excellent, 
glorious-, kXeoc; valiant, A 458, Z 443, 
I Sl^TN 733; brave, U 837, Q 167; 
noble, good, I 514, O 203, ^ 182, 17 73, 

A 108, Z 489, 9 553 ; ntr., good, blening, 
Q 530, 488; c(»^/j^, K 213; k 523, 
£(r0Xa, valuables- 

Ma--9op€j aor., (^OptooKu)), sprang in, M 
462, 4> 18. 

6(T0a>, inf. 4(r6^p,cvai, ipf {fo9t = 
ioQiw, eat, partake of food, i 94, 9 231, 
Q 476 ; consume, /3 75 ; devour, 1 479. 

iar-i8ior6t]v, idtoKhv, idrirai, eic, see 

Iar-U|icvai, prs. part, mid., ('irjfii), 
hurrying into, x 470f . 

lar-((i|Tai, siibj., (V^o/iai), places hiir^ 
self in the ambuscade, N 285t. 

k% iKoX^oroxiTo, aor., {koKeu)), called 
in his wife, U 193t. 

^(r-Kdrd-PaCvuv, permeans, trav- 
erse, (t) 222f. 

IfTKov, ev, see el/jii. 

4ar-cpia<raraTo, aor., (fxaiofiai), 9vfi6v, 
distressed my heart, P 564, Y 425. 

4ar-<S^, erai, fut. from eia-opdo). 

l(nrcpXoS) «t, wv, ovg, (cWtpof), ves- 
pertinus, t» <^e evening, $ 560; q/* 
<A€ wrst, 9 29. (Od.) 

l(nrcpos> ov, (vesper), emning; 
dorqp, evening star; irori koinpa (ntr, 
pi.), sub vesperam, toward evening, 
p 191. 

IcnrcTC, imp. red. aor., see 'ktitu), 
l<nr<S}jLc8a, etc., red. aor., see tTrofiai. 
I(rara, at, dp.(.voQ, etc., aor. from svvv/jii. 
liTirai, aor. inf. from s^u). lararcai, eirat, 
ioni, ioa = tooo, see dfii. icrarcvovTOy 
see <T€i/w. loro-o, plupf. pass, from €v- 
vvfii. carcrvTai, etc.. pf. pass, from aivut. 
"^ ka'xn)\Uyia% {otvu)), raptim, hastily, 
^ 55, K 347. 

f<, 1 pi., tordv, 3 pi. aor., loro- 
|Ji€v, 1 pi. eordfiiv, inf pf , cffraror, du. 
pf plupf, l<rraorav, 3 pi. plupf from 
'iarafiai. Maro, plupf. pass, from «V- 
vv/^i. c<rrpctf}jiai, ro, pf plupf. pass, 
from oTopfvvvfjt. 

Maropij dat., boU at end of pole of 
chariot, yoke-pin, Q 272t. (See centre 
of cut on follg. page; cf also No. 49.) 

lor-^pcrai, prs. mid., ipf act. ccr^- 
pov, were carrying in, 17 6 ; draws into 
its current, A 495. 

^ar-<^<Spcov, ipf, (0o/o€a>), infere- 
bant, loere carrying in, r 32; vBiop, in 
aquam, into the water. (Od.) 

e<rx*» /3 346~t(Ticf, see ci'/it; elsewh. 
(II.) aor. from tx^' 




or basin of coals, € 59, ^ 305, w 123; 
in Odysseus's house stationary Jire-place, 
yet portable fire-basius were doubtless 
common then as now in the East. 
(See cut No. 90; cf. also Pompeian 
warming-pan and water-warmer rep- 
resented in the adjoining cut.) ttv/ooc 
iffxdpai, watch-fires, K 4 1 8. 


loxaTit)s, yj riv, (ttrxarog), orae, 
border, edge, rmnotest part ; subst. K 104, 
remotest estate. 

^(TXttTov, ace, «(Tx;«Tot, (t^), ex- 
tremi; aWmv, ceteris exterio- 
res, outside of the others, K 434 ; 
ttTxara, at the outside. 

^(rxaT<S(i>vTa, oojoa, op, (taxaroc), 
extrema, of cities, B 50S^ 6 \fj frontier 
town; K 206, extra vagantem, 

i<r-xfto, only aor. mid. fc-^vvro, 
poured, rushed in at, M 470. (11.) 

iaypvy (V, £To, etc., see tx(*f' 

IraCpTi, Tft', and lT<£pT|, (srapoc), soc i a, 
companion, attendant, I 2, A 441, p 271. 

iTOipicrarai, aor. act., -trtrairo^ mid., 
(^iraipi^ui^, rtvi, comitari, attend; 
mid. Ttvd, take as one's companion, N 
456. (II.) 

Iratpof, no voc, and SfrSLpog, oio, 
etc., du. w, pi. adj., («r7;t,)» sociatus, 
avrip, Xaot; "E»CTopi ; subst. socius, 
companion ; comrade, S 80 : in battle, 
danger, journey, esp. of followers of 
Odysseus in Od. 

ItcO^co, plupf., see Ta<lniw. 
*ETCoicXTicii|s» /Sijyt'^Eteoclis, 
A 386t ; cf. 375 sqq., Eteoldes, son 
of Oidipus and Epikaste. 

*Et€6-ic|>t|tcs, genuine, primitive 
Kretans, r 176t. 

irt6vy ntr., {iort), verum, the 
truth, B 300, O 53; wf i. irip, these 
things ye must have heard, that 
they are in fact true, ^ 125 ; htd 
V81KHV, utter many just reproaches ; 
H irsov (also with ys, Sn), if 'tis 
(really indeed) true, E 104 (M 217, 
y 122, H 359) ; always at begin- 
ning or end of verse. 

Ircp-aXx^a, ace, (srepog, aXxfif 
bringing strength to others), vimiv, x 
236 (eisewh. II.), decisive ; 6r}fiov, able 
to change the fortune of the fight, O 738. 
lTcp-iij|i€poi (ly/i^/oa), diebus alter- 
nant e s, on alternate days, A 303')-. 

IrcpoS) >/, ov, etc., (1) alter, plur. 
alter i, other party, A 71 (T 210, one 
set of parents) ; iriprjipi = irkpy, al- 
tera manu, y 441, 11 734; doubled 
=unus — alter, one — the other, r 103; 
con-esponds freq. to dXXog, N 731, I 
313; joined with pron. 6, X 151, cf. v 
132 ; elliptically, Q 528, H 420.— (2) 
secundus, M 93, k 3.54, v 69.— (3) 
alius, ( 302, 1 302 ; p 266, one part is 
joined to another. 
^WporcTO, see rtpoalvw. 
MpwOev, ex altera parte, yront 
the other side; on the other side, H 311, 

cT^p<a6t, on the other side; elsewhere, 
6 531, O 348; corresponds to tvOtv, ft 
235 ; = from far away, E 351. 
IrcpoiSy aliter, otherwise, a 234t. 
Ir^pttorc, in the other direction^ A 492. 
r 470 ; to one side. 6 306, 308 ; in an- 
other direction = away, "^ 231; tt 179, 
looked away. 

IriraXrOi see tTri-reXXw. Itctcv- 
Xaro, plupf. pass., see rtvxi»i. ^ct|&cv, 
see rkrixov. 4tctvicto, see Tivx<*>' 

*Etcuvcvs BorjOoUrig, conjpanion-at- 
arms of Menelaos, d 22. (Od ) 
*Etcwv6s, town in Boiotia, B 497t. 
Irai, yiTt, ag, pi., (^Psrai = aPkrai, 
^VL\). friends, r t( liners, ^ 3. 

l-n^TVfios, ov, (67-v/toc), ti'uihfuJ, mes- 
senger, speech, words, v 232; real, y 
24 1 ; n tr. = p r o f e c t o, a^tuaUy,^^e€iUy, 
A 558, £ 128, U ^rf Kai Trdfiirav L, but 




if now even quite without doubt, N 

hx (et, etiam), stilly yet, (1) tem- 
poral continuance, B 344 sq., v 12 ; tTi 
tvtOov lovra ; in Kai vvv, even now 
once more, A 455 ; ttUl^ B 344 ; ou — tn^ 
non iam, no longer, see ovKeri. — (2) 
strengthening, tn koL even, still more, 
B 229 ; irpbg d' in Kai toSs fiii^ov ivi 
<l>pe(rif TT 291 ; with comparatives, /xa\- 
Xov, dWoQ, Z 411 ; ETtpov, K 325. 
[^ w ; w — before diiv, S7)p6v ; see these 

lrXi|V, jyc, tjf TjTf, see rXfivai. 

£roc/ia^(i>, only aor. imp. cToipLcurarc, 
dru, and mid. 1 aor. -affavTo, and opt. 
'd(raivTO=-a(raiaro, make readt/, pre- 
pare, provide, A 118, V 184. 

Ito:|m>s, I}, a, adj., praesto, (1) 
ready, at hand, ovtiara ; feasible, f^^jng. 
—(2) evident, certain, S 53, 2 96, 384. 

trope, see ropku). 

^ros, «og, £(, £t ; fa, £a>i/, {Pirog, v e- 
tus), an n us, year ; iTrnrXofjievov, com- 
ing; 7r€|0tr€\Ao/x6i/ov, as the year came 
round; irporipiov, in by-gone years, 
A 691. 

Irpairc, etc., see rpkirta, 

lTpa<|»€v, aor. pass, -irriv, aor act. 
fix>m Tpi<j>u}. 

erv^iov, a, ottrt, ntr., («r£oc)i verum 
(die ere, K 534), pi, truth, r 203 ; 567, 
bring accomplishment; irvnov, really, 
^ 26 ; ov It., falso, ^ 440. 

IrcMTtov, a, {ftnixT.), v an um, fruit- 
less, iyxog, (iiXea. 

cv, Iv, (for hvj ntr. from Ivg"), and 
JJv, good (in widest signif.), (1) adv., 
toell, skilfully, carefully, v 20 ; joined 
with Kara koo^ov, fitly, in due form ; 
fcai iintrTafjievdtfg, eiSkvai, yvwvai, etc. ; 
iv<ppoveiv, well advising, intelligent, 
A 73. — (2) morally well, jSa^ovai, (ftpo- 
mt'', bene velle, 17 74; epdeiv nvd, 
bene facer e. — (3) feliciter,pro«- 
perously, A 19, B 253. — (4) with vaio- 
Hivog, well inhabited, iiuDitable, so also 
vaitrawtra ; strengthening = quite, be- 
fore wdvng, fioXa. — (5) in composi- 
tion, before two consonants or a double 
consonant, usually iv-, elsewh. et*-. 

€h=ov, sui. 

th-ayyikiov (dyys\og\ reward for 
good tidings, K 152, 166. 

cvo&c = eoPade, aor. from dvddvut, 
p\ AC u it, pleased. 

Ev - (U}u>vC8t|s» son of Eva(|jM»v, 

Eurvpylos, grandson of Ormenos, E 
76, H 167. (II.) 

cv-av6^i, dat., nom. -avOng, (dv9og)f 
Xdxvy, with luxuriant, abundant down, 
\ 320t. 

Ev-dv0T)s, father of Maron. t 1 97t. 

Ev-Poia, island of the Abantes, B 
536, y 174,1/321. 

cv-PoTos> abounding in fine cattle, 
o 406t. 

cv-ypiaTa, pi., {evxofAai), Ksvd, empty 
boastings,' X 249. 

^v-Yvd}iirTois, dat. pi., (yi/ayiiirrw), 
gracefully bent, a 294f . 

cv-8€icXo9) oi;, ov, (^seXoc), c/mr/^- , or 
far-seen ; others, western,sunny {deiXri) ; 
of islands, esp. of Ithaka, j3 1 67. (Od.) 

cv-SIkCos, ace, (SIkti), dvsxyoi, main- 
tains justice, T 1 1 1 f . 

4v-8^t]TOv, 010, ({}, ov, u)V, ovg, {dsfiot), 
toell btdU, well fashioned ; wall, altar, A 
448, 17 100. 

iv^ui, pres. subj. 2 sing. ivByaQa, ipf. 
cvSov, iter. tvdtoKt, sleep, sweet sleep, 
sleep of death, S 482 ; be still, E 524. 

£v-8ctfpos> son of Hermes and of 
Polymele ; chief of Myrmidons, II 186, 

cv-ci8ca, ace, (ddog), well shaped, 
beautiful, F 48t. 

cu-cpYcorCT], ag, (ipyov^, well-doing, 
kindness, x 235, 374t. 

cv-cpyiiS) €0f, €rt, «C, fcwv, (epyov), 
well made, toeU or firmly wrought (ship, 
chariot, seat) ; pi., bene factorum, 

cv-cpY^S) fem., {Ipyov), excellent, X 
434. (Od.) 

cv-cpK^09) gen. from -spKrig, (£pKog\ 
avXrjg, well fenced, well enclosed; p 267 
(v. 1. tvipyug), wkh strong posts, 

4v-tvyov, gen., pi. -oi, (tvyov), firmly 
built, well bound together (with strong 
cross-b^ams), V 116. 

ivXoivo^, 010, ovg, (^o'fvri), beautifully 
girdled, the girdle giving a graceful 
form to the garment, Z 467, A 429. 
(II.) (See cut) 

cv-ir|YCv^os, twv, {ykvog), well or wjhly 
bom, A 427. (11.) 

cv-t|Y€<riTis (r'fyitoOai), t^-, in conse- 
quence of good government (v. 1. evepyi' 
mr\g), t IHf. 

cu-TiK^os, gen., -rig, (aKutv), well' 
pointed, sharp, piercing,^ X 319^. 

E^vln), daaghter nf Enenoa, Mar- 
peaea, I 557 f. 

£ii)vop(&T|i, ton of Eaenor, Lciokri- 
l»s,/J242. (Od.) 

Eii|*^, Evenue, (1) son of S«k- 
(lios. B 693. — (2) fitllier of Marpessa. 

(v-'^vDpa, ace. from -aip, (ai^p\ 
manls,gUiriowi,fnmm;m2. (Od.) 

Kiiqvmp, op«£. fatlier of Leiokrilos. 

rt-i)p<t, (n, iitr.,{iipi;pwc), tcell potted, 
Aii»%,epithetofoar3,X 121. (Oi!.) 

iij-Opi^ onlv U-Tpix<Mi "liih fioieiag 
mane, * 13. [i] 


f iWl, see iWC' 

•C-A3|wt, »«/' diipoitd, imdlg, C 63f . 

"' ~~ a Trojan, slain bj Patro- 



cihiui)iWa, ic, (rri/iirru), <mU 6niJ, 
cuTBei sickle, key, J 6. ((H.) 

ri-Mitrqio, pen., (jcfiuj), (0«/y cfert 
Or<p», (60t. [a] 

cvKT]X(it, 01, (ficiiXoc, E-Ztc), quUt, 
uamalattd. A 554, y 2S3. 

IvKXtqc, masc. pi. ace. -icXtlai, ntr. 
ling. -icXmc, (cXfof), adv. IvuXiunt, 
gIorioBus,/uBi'™, K. 281, ^ 331. 

Iv-ii\c(i|, qc, giiod rtpulation, ftimt, 
e 2B5. $ 4U2. 

jv-kX'^li (jcXiji't), efcse iSuBins, Q 

tiM(vt}|iiGct, af, {(tii^'f ) , vieV. gremtd 

14 tfai) 

(Achaians, t^mpanions), A 1 7, ^ 402. 
(See out under H/i»i-|i3puTije.) 

tii-Kdffliut, uiff iispoitd, tneli or. 
ranged, a ISSf. 

hi-iiTi|uiw, I), IK. ni', (itri'w), bene 

CuUus, wei' eiJ^, laiti 0«l, appiiinttd, 
buill, B 501, 1 130, * 77, w 336. [i] 

iii-KTlTov (ktiw), fim^y Jwft, B 

«4«T<1 (ifix"/"") yiv7,Tai,ocamo»f<fe 
triumph {,6xot.tlrt,xa).Sm. 

lounifed, ukU riniinai (II.); vidlicluAd, 

(v-Xtipwr (Xf(/iw), o&oHndHy in 
Bi«a(fi>ioa, adapted for (caUXt^ patturing, 
5 607t. 

riXoi, ac, fem. pi., mnoooif, X POS. 

(SXiipa (^X., viora, lora?), ram, 
♦ 48 If. 

ES-^uuoc, son of KtexJos, Ormeni- 
des, 414; the illustrious swine'herd, 
IT 461 ; faithfal lo his master Odys- £ 17-190, X 267. 

c(-|uvJTj|<nv (jiivof), (AoM aho iMnh 
rightly, tht weil ditpo&ed, Z 1 B5. 

E4-|ii,^8i|t, father of Dolun, Trojan 
herald, K 314, 412. 

<{i>p)Xot (^qXn), (Aouadittfi in «A«p, 

Ev-iHiXot, son of AdmetOE, * 288. 


Ji-juuXCift, ov, and w. tiv. oi, (also 
with single /i, aiuX.), dcia/al viilA Ae 
jpair, y400. (II.) 

^iv&Ja, ful. (ivatrw [a], mid, pr. 
tvvaZiiBai, ipf., (("v^), put in ambadt, 
a 408; mid., lay one's id/down, iUa>, 
V 1. (Od.) 

ri-vaitTdovnt, nc. (ira-iraui), plea»- 
aBt M dwell in, amjbrt-blt, B 648, ^ 
400. [o] 

(v-vaid|i(i«v, <(i, i(, ifiJ, (iinr'di), t«7 
inAoiiterf, ihicMg penpted; of cities, esp. 
Troia,A 164. 

lovaai, SUIT, act (vn)(ra, paas. tAvii- 
eHvai. (tvv!i),plice (in ambush),; 440; 
ttUl, qalet (lament, wind); pass., lay 
wm'i irlf lo rett, (ii')f iXiinir'i, of sexual 
inlerconrse, F 441. 

chnj (no gen. ilat. pi, but the form 
i^»')9i), Aid, coucA, of individual, 1 618; 
of aimv, K 408 ; of wild animals, cat- 
tle ; also marriage bed, cohabilatiat t 
beddmg,T 317, K 75, </' 173; hadOtai, 




a 427, /3 2, 2. Plur., fireq. mooring 
<tone«, which served as anchors, having 
cables (vpvfjiviitna) attached to them, 
and being cast upon the land or on 
the bottom, A 436, 476.— evvtjOcv dvi- 
OTarot arose yVoOT his couch., v 124t. 

Ev-vt)os, son of Jason, king of Lem- 
nos, H 468. (11.) 

eV-Vt|TOV, 01, OVQy (kV-VVflT., Vfiw), 

ttW/, frmly woven., 2 596. 

cuvtj<t»i, see €^1^17. 

cvviv, ace, (deriv. doubtful), lacking, 
iBijKfVy Troiijirat;, o r b a v i t, X 44, i 524. 

ev-vojiCt|v (vofioc), good order, obedi- 
ence to laws, p 487 f. 

4v-{e<rTov, ov, y, 01, y, riv^ ag, (^«a>), 
tDeU scraped, smooih, polished, 12 275, 

lv-|oov, ou, K 373, IvKov, (^t'w), well 
pUined, polislted; only e 237 , polishing 

cu-op[ios, ov, (ppfiog), affording good 
moorage or anchorage, ^ 23. (Od.) 

cv - iraTcpc£']Q, tiav, (rrarijp), sprung 
from nob/e father, high-bor7i, epithet of 
Helene and of Tyro, Z 292, X 235. 

Ev-irc£df]S9 ioc, ta, father of Anti- 
noos, slain by Telemachos, to 523. 

c{»-^^irX(d, ov, wv, f4m., (TrsTrXog), 
wtih beautiful mantle, beautifully robed, 
E 424, ^ 49. . 

Iv-iniYn* (^'7yi'A'0» strongly built, 

ht-^KTOV, <f), (i)v, (irfiyvv^n), frmly 
joined tog thtr, veil built, of ship, tenr, 
apartment, B 661, i// 41. 

iv-irXciTiv (TrAfeioc), foeU filed, p 

^v-irXcK^cs» sac, and iwX^icrcp, ovg, 
well pl'itcd, of body of chariot, tassels, 
cord, etc., ^ 335, B 449, ^115. 

Iv-^rXoC-riv, ace, {irKoog), prosperous 
voyage, 1 362t. 

^-irXoKajXiScs and lv-vX<SKa)tos, (p, 
or, 01, otffi, {rrXoKapog), adorned with 
beautiful tresses, fair-huired. epithet of 
goddesses, € 125, 390 ; of women, Z 
380, /3 1 1 9, X 442. (See cut No. 47.) 

Iv-vXvvcs {vXvvto) ^apoc, well washed 
(fair-shining), 392. (Od.) 

e(>-voCTiTOV, 010, oiat, a, awv, ym, 
(voieuj), well made, well wrought, of 
works of skill, E 466, n 106, 636. 

cv-irpt|<rTOV (TrpfjOu)) dvrfifiv, spark- 
l^'^if^ breath, or strong blowing, 2 
47 If. 

Iv-irpvpivoi (irpvfivrj), with well-round' 
ed stems, A 248t. 

Iv-'irvpYov {TTvpyog), weU towered, H 

Iv-vwXov, ace, (irwXog), abounding in 
horses, 'iXioi', E 551, j3 18. 

ci»pa{, on one side, A 251, O 541. 

iv-pitic, see iv-ppiiog. 

tvpioKw, only aor. cvpov, etc., mid. 
prs. imp. £i'>p£o, opt. -oi/xi/v, aor. tvpiro, 
invenire, reperire.j(?n<ioM<,rfMcorer; 
mid. TfKfuop, goal, end, remedy ; invetU 
a name ; draw down upon one's self, 

iv-ppooS) ov, ((Tpo-, ptuj), beautifully 
Jhvnng, H 329, 4» 130. 

E^poS) Eur us, S.E. v^nd, stormy, B 
145 ; but warm, r 206. 

cSpos, ace, ro, {ivpvg), in breadth, \ 

lv-ppc?os, gen. and (11.) Iv-ppcCroo, 
lyr, {ppn-, piw), fair Jlotving, Z 508, i 

kv-ppau^€cra\ {pdirTtt*), fi'mly sewed, 
/3 354, 380. 

eupv-dyuia, av, {dyvia), broad- street- 
ed, epithet of cities, Troia, d 246, B 

£vpv-d8T|9, suitor, slain by Telema- 
chos, X 267 1- 

Evpv-aXo9» (1) son of Mekistos, com- 
panion of Diomedes, Z 20, ^ 677. — (2) 
aPhaiakian, 115,396. 

Evpv-pdTV|9, herald (1) of Agamem- 
non, A 320.— (2) of Odysseus, B 184, 
r 247. 

Evpv-8d|tas, (1) father of Abas and 
of Polyeidos, E 149. — (2) suitor, slain 
by Odysseus, x 283. 

Evpv-8iKt), daughter of Klymenos, 
wife of Nestor, y 452. 

EvptJ-xXeia, daughter of Ops, a 429 
nurse of ( )dysseus, and faithful house- 
keeper in his palace, r 357, /3 361. 

cvpv-Kpci<i>v, far- ruling, Agamem- 
non, A 102 ; Poseidon, A 751. 

Evpv-Xoxo9, companion and cousin 
of Odvsseus, k 232, \ 23, u 195, 339. 
(Od.) \ 

Evpv-p.axo9, son of Polybos, a 399 ; 
suitor, slain by Odysseus, x 82. (Od.) 

Evpv-p.c8ovara, attendant of Arete, 
»/8t. ^ 

Evpv-p,^(i)v, (1) son of Ptolemaios, 
Agamemnon's charioteer, A 228. — (2) 
Nestor's servant, 8 114, K ^*i.v:s.— V^ 

king of the giants, father of Periboia, 
q 58. 

broaid, K 292, X 289. 

Etipvfit&tfs, Eirymot'i son, Telemos, 
seer among the Kjklops, i SOSf. 

Evpv-v^i1,(t) Uteanoe's daughter, 
S 398. — (2) Penelope's stewardess, p 

EJipli-vofioti son of Aigyptios in 
Ithaka, ^ 22. (Od.) 

(vpvvar, Hor. from thpvviu, enlarged 
((he arena of combat), 9 ^GOf. 

(ipv-o8fiii)t, gen,, (uioc), aith broad 
icagi (tvnys open to all), H G35, y 453. 

(tpfl-Dirii, vuc., also old num. for 
■oiTKi; ace. from •tnl/.(iiji,vox.),/ur- 
lltundering, S 203, e 206. 

cipv-irdpoui {mlpoc) ffaXdffcili-. (rac- 
erfaole fur and leide, leilh broad icays, 
381. (Ud.) 

cipv-irvXit (irtXij) "Ai^oc Jci, 
aide-gated, IT 74, X 571. 

Eipe-vuXos, (1) son of Enai- 
mon, from Thesaaly, B T36, E 76, 
Z 36, A 580, 809.— (2) (son of Fo- 
Beidon and of Astvpalaia) from 
Koa, B 677,— (3) son of Telephos, 
slain by Neoptofemos, X 520. 

rfip{r-pu0po4, brood 'Jtoteing, 

(ipv ^tuv, 5roa<J-tfre<iini'ii^, B 
849. III.) 

(ipvf, tot, «'. *«> i'-i fem. (*pe"o, 

575, to citT and snrroundings); elsewh. 
broad ! comp. lipoTipot. y, r 1 94. 

c&pit-a4ina, voo., witA yar-rea^off 
mijrti, epithet of Poseidon, >■ 140. (11.) 

EAfyvaitit, iJBc, son of Sthenelos. 
kingofMvkenai,'ri03sqq.', imposes la- 
bors uponHorakles, O 639, 6 363, * 620. 

Eupin-IErif, ton of Euryloi. lphitO!>, 
Odrsseus'e guest - friend, # 14, 37. 

Evpvriwv, wva, KivTavpov, f 295t. 

EvHiirroc, (I) son of Aklor, Epeian, 
with ^is brotber Kieatos, ally ctf An- 
geiaa, B 621 ; MoXJoi't, A 709.— (2) son 
of Melaneiis, king of Oiehalia, B 730, 
^ 32 ; slain by Apollo, B 2'2*. 

c^ptr-^^1 (0i3bf), wide growing, i. e. 
with its two rows of kernels far apart, 
epithet of barley, ! 604+. 

lips ■ X^P<Mo, ip. Of, (xopoc), «"'& 

broad dancing-ptaeti, with broad iqaartt, 

■upuniTa, ace, iiiipilt), tnouldg, dani, 
f 322. 

Eipaimi, 4o(viiiaf flvya-njp, mother 
of Minos and Khadamantbya, S SSlf. 

tit, tqo;, iuv, also Vjiit, iiiv, ntr., ijv, 
(= JfTu^', iaOUi;), bonus, good. txceSaii, 
brave, B 653. {iii and fi>, also iwaf, 

'■'•-' , - -^j 

turn, av, aor. from tuw, naged. 
iv-tTKopB^kov (aicaipu), UgkUy band- 


98, of A 

iv-<r<rAp«u, oio, ip, and pi., (trfiX/ia, 
solum). UM^iffcibeif, of ships; ai/igi^ 
deck (oniy at bow and stern), B 170, ^ 
390. The I'^yptlnn ships seem to 
hare had a kind of caboose. (See cut) 

'Ev-trtrwpst, father of Akamas, « 
Thrakian, Z 8t. 

hi-vT^ie%, Kcn. from -vr, (umifu), 
ice/' icu«i.^rir% bmU, S 374; apart' 

Iv-iTTJ^vot, ov, (p, (irnAnio], oc), 
(1) vilh bfattlijiljil/et or AanUottd. of 
Artemis and Aphroilile (see cut No. 
47).— (2) rtronj's mrfiei^ of Thebes, T 

(irniun, dat. pi, (arpi^). 


ightiy plail(d or 


lightly plai 

Jv-OTpc^i, Fi. it, ciaai. O 463 ; and 
Jv-<TTpJ4'Vi '^ ^^^' "^^ cords, ropes, 
Hiring of bow and sling. 

tint (ort), (1) quom, wien, digjanc- 
tive : (he sentence in which its clause 
stands connected with what precedes 
hy another conjunction in the apodosis, 
y 9 ; with subj. with (B 34X Or with- 
out dv ()] 202), to express general ex- 




pectatioii, B 228. — (2) quasi, a«= 
rjvrt, r 10. 

ci^TcCxcOf f^^™* ^c., and -rcCxcov, as 
fem., (reTxof), strongly toalled^ IT 57, 
A 129. 

iv-T|i.i{Touri, ouf, {rsfivut), toell cut, 
of straps, * 684. (II.) 

lv-T(>c^os, fg, «c> from 'Tpt<priQy 
(rpc^cu), 1^/ nourished^ fat, i 425. (Od.) 

EvTfyn<rvs> village in Boiotia, B 502. 

hh-Tfnfyroiax (TiTpdw), well pierced, 
S 182t. 

Iv-TpixoS) nom. ivOpi^, with Jhwing 

Iv-rpox^v ('"pox^c)* *^ wheeled, 8 

fv-TVKTOV (revxw), «cci!/ wrought, F 
336, ^ 123. 

et-^^piilfrai, aor., -^tjiiiio, {(pr^ftt]), 
bona verba loqui, favere lin- 
gais, shun unlucky words, ke^ sUence, 
at sacrifice, I 17 If. 

E(>-^|ios, son of Troizenos, chief 
ofKikones, B846t. 

£i-4i^TT|s, ruler over Ephyra in 
Elis, O 532t. 

EtM^pPos, Panthoos's son, Trojan, 
who having wounded Patroklos, IT 
806, is slain by Menelaos, P 59. 

Iv-<|»pa8^fi>s ((ftpaHifoOai), thoughtfully, 
wisely, r 352f . 

c{M^pa£voipii, fut. -avkit), avhiv, aor. 
(V(f>prfVf, rjvai, ((ppkvsg), exhilarare^ 
delight, gladden ; mid., (3 311, take one's 

kit ^pov^wv, well meaning and well 
judging, with kind and wise thought, A 
73, /3 160. 

k»'^povvYt[y sing., and pi. -yoiv, 
\2^et\i\s^ mirth, glaidness, Z, 156. 

Jv-^p«»v, ova, {^psp(<;), laetns, F 
246, rejoicing the heart, 

cih-^^o, ace. sing., pi. esg,well grovm, 
stately, shapely, A 147. (II.) 

cv-xQ^KOv, ov, (uv, wrought of fine 
bronze, well mounted with hronze, X' 322. 

iiiXiraoiAai, opt. cvxcTO(pp,t)v, oCoro, 
inf. -raaoBai. ipf. tvxlT6^lt)VTo,{iv\oflal), 
wish, (!) pray to, rivi, X 394. — (2) hoa^it, 
M391; /itydAa, loudly; tTr/ rim, x 41 2. 

*E^i{v»p, son of Polyeidos, N 663. 

c^joi, nom. tvxrf.byprryers, k 526t. 

tvxofMii, prs., ipf. tvxovTo, fut, aor., 
(subj. iv^Eai), declare a wish, ^ 463. — 
(1) precari, j?ray, 0t</>, F 296, 2 75; 
fttya, aloud; iroAXa; devoutly; virep 

Tivog and rivi, in behalf of. — (2) vo- 
vere, implore, o 353, rivi ri; inf. — (3) 
asseverare, avow, 2 499; de se 
praedicare, avouch mysef esp. with 
Civai, a 180, usually of just pride. — (4) 
gloriari, hoast, N 447. 

ci^xo^s ^o? gloria,yame, E 654. 

^v-xpo^9> ntr., (xpwi)? bright-colored, 
$ 24t. 

«^X«M> ^f» VV, ai, yoi, (tvxofiat)^ 
preces, prayer, v 357 ; votum, vow, 
A 65; gloriatio, triumph, A 450, 8 
229, B 160 ; my pride, X 433. 

fvtu, prs. act. and pass. aor. c^orc, (rav, 
singe, bristles of swine, I 468 ; eyelids 
of Kyklops, I 379. 

cv-w8t|s» «V, ff, {oSufda), fragrant, 
/3 339. 

c^MilmiSa, ace. from -wnig. fair-faced, 
K 113. (Od.) 

E<l>ayov, see tpaynv. 

i^-dWofiat, aor. ^iraXro, ^7r(i)aX/u€> 
voc, (liWofiat, salio), insilio, spring 
upon (in hostile sign if.), charge upon, 
Tivi, N 643 ; 'iTrviov, leap upon ; u) 320, 
spring tovjard, 

l^-aXov (feTTt aXo(,'), maritimus, B 
538. (II.) 

I^v, see <pr]ixi. 

i^-av6avio, liri-avSdvci, ipf. -rivdave 
(and i<f>riv6., H 45), pi ace re. j?/ca«e. 

E<f>dvri, aor. pass, from ^aivtj. 

iip-aTTru), pf. pass. Ic^irrai, plupf. 
-riTTTo, aor. mid. subj. t(p6^iai, (I) Aangr 
(wer, nW, 4» 513. — (2) mid., attigeris, 
touch, Yiinipoio, i 348. 

I<^pf&^arcic (ap/io^w) et ol, whether 
i\iQy fitted him, T 385t. 

l^-c^6|tcvos, >7, part., inf. prs., ipf. 
ttpkZ,tTo, pf. i^rjutvot, aor. imp. itpioaat, 
inf. t(pk(Tffat, mid. -foadp.tvog (tmesis, ^ 
295), i n s i d o. «7 i/j)on, nvi , ^ 509 ; pf., 
^ 309 ; aor. act., take on board; ir 443, 
set me on his knee. 

4<^t)Ka, €, -tiTjv, see fxp-lrjfji. 

4<^XKCTai, with part., ipf. t^cX/cero, 
mid., draw to one's self, attract; pass., 
trailing, dragging ofer, ^696. 

i(p-kvvviii, see iTri-fvi'v/ji. 

4^-^o>v, I. act. prs., ipf. e<l>eiri, iter. 
-STreoKov, fut. -ixj^ng, iiv, aor. -eottov, 
tTTi-OTrnv, (ettu), sequor), (1) perse- 
qni, pursue, riva, A 177. — (2) insti- 
gare contra, turn against, rivi, IT 
732. — (3) percurrere, rush through, 
over, ri, rivag, Y 494, i \^\.— ^\^) JoU^ad 




up (occupation), rif ft 330, ? 195. — (5) 
tut. aor., assequi, draw down vpon 
one's self, ttot/iov, etc., y 134, T 294, 
* 100. — II. mid. fut. and aor., sequi, 
Ttvi, A 63, N 495; ob sequi, comply 
with, y 215, ^ 262. 

i<l>-ka<jaif saataOaij etc., see t^-tl^ofie- 

c^.^OTios9 ovj oif (1) = €0' kariq., at 
ont's oun hearth, y 234; native, B 125. 
— (2) = tip' idTiav, to one's hearth, i// 55, 

l^-CTfAtj, r)v, fuiv, dQ,(ii]fii), iussum, 
command, behest, S 249. 

1^, etc., aor., (ivplaKui), in- 
venire, come upon and find, surprise, 
/3 109, A 88. 

l<|»-€t|;l6a>VTai, to, prs. ipf, (*\//too- 
/iai), illud un t, »»oc^, riv*', r 331, 370. 

i<l>-r)ykoixai, see iiti arixag, 

iip-rjfiai, see t^-c^w. 

2<^ - t|fj.^pioS) a, {iffjiipa), the day 
through, 6 223 ; but ^ 85, eveiy day, 
iricial thoughts. 

l4Mr)|xo<rvvT|s, r)v, gen. ace, (irifii), 
iussum, TT 340. 

^<|»T)cr6a, aiebas, see 0i7/ii. ^<^6t|S9 
rj, see <p9avw. k^loff (-laro), see ^diui. 

'£<|>idXTTis9 son of Aloeus (Posei- 
don), brother of Otos, giant, E 385, 

^^Ctovc, etc., ipf., (i^io), insldebat, 
virvog; assidebant, ^ciTTi^y, K 578. 

^^-l^c, ipf., iter. -l^soKe, insidebat, 
sk upon, Tivi, y 41 1, r 55. 

l^-irifii, ipf -Ui, fut. -Tjou}, aor. -^icc, 
eriKf, subj. -ftw, opt. -eirjv, imp. ttpeg, 
immitto, send to, rivd tivi, il 117; 
launch at, ri run, A 382, O 444, r 550 ; 
impon6re,j5/ace upon, nvi n ; x«'^oc» 
lay hands upon; vCarov, decree ; im- 
p ell ere, constrain, with inf., ^ 464, 
2 108; mandare, |)ropo«e, r 576; so 
also mid. -tkfjifvoQ, and fut. -rjoofiai uvi 
Ti, ■* 82. [i, but Iffitvog, lug, Ui, exc. 
o 180.] 

l<^iKOVTO, aor., QKvtofwi), aXX^Xa>i^, 
fe'l upon one another, N 613f . 

i(pi\T)9ev, aor. pass, from <pi\iio. 

li^-ioraTO, (1) ipf and 2 aor. -iirny, 
approached, drew near, nvi, K 496, ^ 
201, A 644. — (2) pf -effTam, inf. -etrra- 
fiti'^at), part, -fardorfc, plupf. -itTTtjKH, 
-fOTaaav, stand by (near), upon, cU, tivi, 
N 133, Z 373, a 120, 2 554, 515. 

l(^XKau>v (i\Kio), rudder, 4 350 f. 

l^-oi&aprciTov, e, imp. prs., foUtm 
close upon, 6 191. (II.) 

2^-OTrX(toi)icv, prs., fut. -OTrXcWovffi, 
aor. with oa (inf. i(<T)(Tai), get ready, re- 
past, chariot, ship; mid. fut. -laofxiaQa, 
get ready our supper, I 66. 

l^-op^, etc., prs., fut. ^irioi/zo/uac, 
iTroy^/tai, aor. iiti^ovra^ ictlv, intueri, 
behold, watch over; vis ere, rtva, ri; 
select, I 167. 

k^^pudu), aor. -op|&T]crav, excita- 
verunt contra me, stir up against, 
r 165 ; elsewh. mid. -op/«aroi, and aor, 
-wp^rfOrjv, irruere, adoriri, attack, 
Tivd (rtW, tmesis, «: 214); cupere, <fo- 
sire, with inf., N 74; captabam, 
strive, X 206. 

I^.opp.'i], a d i t u s, entrance, approcKh, 
X 130f (only from the interior into the 
udvg tg Xavptjv). 

c^-vBpiUcuv, insultans, I 368t. 

c^-vopos (vctup), pluviosus, wet, 
K 458t. 

|^.{}ircp6c(v),- desuper, supra, 
above, Q 645, i 383. 

*E^pT|,(l) ancient name of Korinth, 
Z 152, 210.— (2)Pelasgic city in north- 
em Elis, on the river Selleis, residence 
of Augeias, B 659, O 531, A 739.— (3) 
town in Thesprotia in Epeiros, a 259, 
/3 328.— (4) town of the "E^^t^ in 
Thessaly, afterward Krannon, N 301. 

Ixo^Cy aor* from x^^^dvw, held, 

exec, av, aor. from x^<^i ^" ^ i t, pour. 

Ix^0vp.os, cohibcns cupidita- 
tem; ovk L, libidinosa, lustful, 9 

"Exe-KXijs, ijog, son of Aktor, a 
Mvrmidon, n 189. 

£xc-kXos, (1) Agenor's son, slain 
by Achilleus, Y 474t.— (2) a Trojan, 
slain bv Patroklos. n 694t. 

'Exc|&K(i>v, ova, Priamos's son, slain 
by Diomedes, E 160t. 

*Exc-vT|0Sf an aged Phaiakian, X 
342. (Od.) 

Ixc-^CVK^S (TTtvKog), pointed, A 5L 

'Ext-irwXos, (1) descendant of An- 
chises, dwelling in Sikyon, * 296. — (2) 
son of Thalysios, a Trojan, slain by 
Antilochos, A 458. 

eX^OKov, ipf. iter, from txto, 

"ExcTos, fabled king, pporatv ^qXif- 
pova TrdvTbJV, (p 308. (Od.) 

Ixcva, c, aro, aor. from x^^i f u d L 




IX^-^pcM', ovij ova, ihouffhf/ulj pru- 
dent, 1 341. (Od.) 

*EX(i-^piaVf son of Nestor, y 413. 

ix'no^fh subj. pres. from tx(o. 

^X^a^povcri, pr. and ipf., aor. rJxOrfpe, 
(iX^ot;), oderunt, Aa^e, y 215. 

^Ourros {ixOo(:)j most hateful, most 
odious, B 890. (II.) 

k^j^c^omriinUf aor., ", enter into 
hosiUities against Hera, A 518f. 

IxdcoOai, prs., ipf. ^x^iTO, (ex^og), 
odio esse, 6e odious, d 756. (Od.) 

^Oos, pi. ea, hate, wrath, i 277. 

k%P^6^y fern. i)g, ai, ntr. uv, hateful, 
I 312. 

*Exivai, a group of islands in the 
Ionian Sea, near Dalichion, B 625 f. 

'Exiog (t), (1) father of Mekisteus, 
e 333. — (2) a Lykian, slain by Patro- 
klos, II 416. — (3) a Lykian, slain by 
Polites, O 339. 

IXJAara, pi., (^xw), prop, support 
(earth under mass of rock), H 410, N 
139; bearers of the- towers, M 260; 
* 259, mud, rubbish from canal (as 
holding back the flow of water). 

^«, ipf. tlxov and tx^v, iter. tx^aKov, 
fg, €, fut. t^u), (Jxh<JM, aor. taxov, inf. 
ffX^fJifv, fat mid. f^trai, axH^^^^^y "*> 
aor. mid. iffxofirjv, imp. trxeo, parallel 
forms, aor. hxtOov, inf. (rxiOfnv, *■ 466. 
— ^I. trans. (1) tenere, hold, W, vxpov, 
Z 509 ; CfiBTd) x^p<Ti (0 724), V 420 ; 
Tp6<y0ev, A 113; oLTro so, out before 
hun, N 163; 6m9ev, "ir 136; rivd, ^ 
281, r 228, S 580; rivd irodog, etc., U 
763, A 154, by the foot, hand, etc.; 
(cv) 0p€(ri (o 445), B 33 ; irevOog, a 324 ; 
possess, p 81 ; H 102, cords of victory 
are held; hold together, \ 219; close, M 
456, X 1^^^ enclose, X 324; shut out, 
I 301 ; holii back, H rivi, A 96 ; ri 
nvog, 8 758; riW, A 820, N 51, 687, 
r 27 ; ri rivi, withhold, o 230 ; dfitpig, 
keep apart, a 54; restrain, T 119, X 
412 ; tears, 7r 191 ; choke, T 418, r 458 ; 
let rest, 9 537 ; s a s t i n e o, hold ground, 
stand, M 433, K 264; tenere, guide, 
stter, vfjOf I 279; iVttouc;, N 326; ini 
nvi, x 75, E 240; -Sk, V 263, 139.— 
(2) habere, have, in widest signif, 
(\Kog, TTovov, TToOiiv, voov ; periphrasis 
with part., ^ 416, A 356 ; iirthviQ StKrjg, 
have less, be lacking in what is right ; 
oeetqfy, xj^ 46 ; understand, P 476 ; pos- 
sideo, a 402, r 282 ; inhabit, rest upon, 


E 890, K 177, 183, /* 76, v 245 ; have as 
wife, d 569, pass., Z 398 ; be loid over, 
care for, di^ense, a 53, B 737, A 272 ; 
manage, T 43 ; fee heavy up n, compel, k 
160, 1 239 ; abide with, I 609 ; of men- 
tal states, etc., Odfifiog ix^i rivd^ seize, 
cf. a 95, 4> 543 ; iiirvoc, o 7 ; olvog^ o 
391 ; b> 249, no kindly care awaits 
thee ; pass., be absorbed bg, X 409, v 2 ; 
gestare, wear, carry, p 24, T 18, B 
872 ; indulge, v(3piv, d 627 ; practice, 
X 445; make, H 105, 2 495; keep, 
OKomnv, 9 302 ; be able, U 110,^ 433. 
— II. intr. persist, Q 27 ; u> 245, goes 
on well ; rise, v\p6<T(, r 38. — III. mid. 
hold one^s self fast, cling closely, fi 433 ; 
to, Tivog, t 429 ; hold ground, stand, H 
501, I 235, P 639; control one's sef, 
p 238; abstin ere, cea«e, rivog, B 98, 
r 151, N 630; arri axopkvr], stood still, 
^ 141; haercre, «^A; in the ihroai, 
h 705 ; axii, held fast by, not being able 
to get rid of, \ 279 ; irpbg dWriXymv, 
sticking to one another, « 329; pen- 
dere de, 6K, \ 346 ; let be, my friends, 
cessare, j8 70 ; gestare, «ccar. 

lt|;laaor6<i)v, imp., and -afr9ai, inf prs., 
{i\pia), make merry, p 530; with dat., 
<l> 429. 

Iw, Iw, indie, and subj. pres. from id(»). 
^cuOcv, pf. from t9wv. IcpKCi, see iiKto IL 

iwXTTft, plupf. from IXttw. 

I&>|jicv, neither in form nor meaning 
understood, T 402f ; we should perh. 
read x4ia[i*v (from XAaKut, x^poc;, cf. 
orswpev, <p9fiofiev), aor. subj.. when we 
separate, withdraw ourselves (with gen.) 
from battle. 

l«Sv, part, from iljiL 2(pvox<ici, ipf. 
from oivpxoiu). IcupYCi, plupf. from 

tioq [>-' — , only 3 78; elsewh. pro- 
nounced with synizesis, P 727, e 123], 
ctft»S) V 315, and ctos (should perh. be 
written rjog), d 90. v 315, o 153, etc. — 
I. q u a m d i u, a« long as, p 358, followed 
in apodosis by rttog, ruippa, dk; quoad, 
urUU, with indie, c 123: with subj. and 
Kk final, P 622,0 154; with opt. after 
past tenses, « 386, with ke,^ 78 ; pure- 
ly final = ut, d 800, t 376.— II. ali- 
quamdiu {pkv), /3 148. 

cAxn, subj. pres. from er/ic. ISttn^ 
from idtj. 

'£(i><r-<{KSpos, Lucifer, morning star, 
^ 226t. 





to-, Aeolic intensive prefix (from 
^ta)=per-, t'cr^. 

(ai^, ace. Kaijv, (drjfii), strongly bhto- 
inffj tempestuous^ ft 313. 

ta-O^OiOX, rjVj ac, veri/ dwine^ sacred^ 
of localities favored by the gods, O 
432. (II.) 

(d-KOTOV, ace, (kotoq)^ surly, morose, 
r 220t. 

Zdicvv0os, woodv island in realm of 
Odysseus ; now Zante, a 246, B 634. 

(a-rpc^wv, iaQi pi., {rpkipu)), sleek, 

ta-^XcY^cs, pi., {<p\kyiu),fvU of fire, 
* 465t. 

(a-xpT|ciSy Hutv, (xpaio), impetuosi, 
roffinff, bold, M 360. (II.) 

^aw, see ^(bu). 

(ciaC, ag, a coarse kind of hoxiey, 
spelt, ^41, 604. 

tcC-8o>pos, ov, (Ztifjj diopov), grain- 
giv'ng (plough-land, dpovpa), /i 386. 

Z^Xcu&, town at the base of Mount 
Ida in Troas, B 824. (11.) 

(^crorcv, aor. from ^£w. 

(cvyXtiSy gen., (^(i/yi/vvai), ciMon 
between the neck and the yoke, P 440. 
(II.) (See cut No. 77, also 49, letter d.) 

^cvyvvfAcvai, vp,iv, inf. prs., n 145; 
aor. t^tv^av, ^tv^c, iungo, jw^ to, yoke, 
vir o\ia(l>iv, v<p' lipfiara, v<p' lipiiaoiv; 
only T 495, couple together; also mid., 
put to for one's self. Pass, aavidsg 
i^tvy/jiivai, 2 276, joined, i. e. barred 
gates. (See cut under diKXiSeg.) 

lievyetLy pi., from to ^fuyof, a yoke, a 
pair (of draught animals), 2 543f . 

Zeus, ^i6g, ^i69ev, Aii, Am, and Zrjv, 
Ztjvoq, Z//i'i, Zrjva, and Zfjv (not Zrjv), 
Zeus, the father of gods and of men ; 
also simply Zei yrdrfp, (Diespiter), 
vy^iZ,vyoQ ; alOspi vaiwv, hence god of 
time; B 134, god of weather and of 
the clouds; Aidg oixjSpog, litpvoira, 
ipiySovTTog TroaiQ "Hprig, aiyiox^Q^ v^pi- 
j3pifisTijg, vi(l>e\Tjytpha, Kt\aiv€<l>ka, 
(TTfooTTriytpsTa, repTriKipavvog, dortpo- 
Trrfry, npyiKtpavvf, iptjipefiSTiu) ', hence 
scni]er of portents, rspaa, 7ravop,<pai(^ ; 

shaper of destiny, Aioc roKavra^ IT 
658; fiovXri, aloa, oaaa, a 282; Qipw 
areg, firirUTa, doioi iriOoi, Q 527 ; pro- 
tector of kings, SioTpetpktov, and Sioyi- 
vi)g ; of beggars and suppliants, ^fiviog, 
iKiTriaiog ; of house and court, ipKeiov ; 
presides over fulfillment of oaths ; ra- 
p,it}g iro\sfioio. — Aibg viog, esp. Hera- 
kles ; Kovpt}, Athena ; Kovpai, the Airai 
and the Nymphs ; Zeus himself is the 
son of Kronos, Kpovidtjg, Kpoviutv. 
His majestic person described, A 630 ; 
chief seat of his worship, Dodona, n 
233. The orig. meaning of the root 
of the word is the brightness of the sky, 
afterward personified; cf. Clog, Lat. 
sub d i v o, under the clear sky, 

Z€<|»vp£Y| TTViiovoa, the western breesse, 
rj 119t, adj. from 

li^^oq^ only sing., (^o^oc), the 
rough west wind, the swiftest, bringing 
(to Asia Minor) rain and snow, only 
in fable land is it soft and balmy, i| 
1 19, d 567 ; personified, n 150, >i^ 200. 

^6(o, ^ct, ipf. ^«v. aor. ^Bcrrrev, f ervet, 
boU, vdu}p ; a caldron, <!> 362. 

ZijOos, son of Zeus and of Antiope; 
with Amphion, founder of Thebes, X 
262 ; father of Itylos, r 523. 

^Y|Xi)^vcs* pi., grudging, jealous, 6 

Zi^v, Zijv*, see Zevg. 

ti]Tci, ipf. from ^Jjrcw, requirebat, 
seek, S 258t. 

^<$<|>ov, ov, {^6<l>og, 8v6<ltog), darkness, 
(1) darkness of evening into which the 
light of day (and fig. every thing liv- 
ing into death, v 356, ^51) subsides, 
y 335 ; etfening as region, the setting sun, 
west, I 26, ft 81. — (2) the realm of shad- 
ows, O 191. 

(vYd-8c<r|i.ov, ace, yoke-band, cord or 
strap for fastening the yoke to the 
pole, Q 270. (See cut under ^vyov, b ; 
and cut No. 45.) 

Ivy6v, ov, 6<piv, if, a, (jugum), (1] 
yoke or cross-bar by which beasts of 
draught were attached to whatever 
was to be drawn. (See adjacent cut, 
combined from several antique repre- 

1 fi. 

and grearea (gee cut under aaripLiv 
Tot also cut No. IS, the ligurc of Ai- 
ne as) — (2) Iroad girdle around the 
m ildte of luxers, liku [hat of the Tum- 
bler ID adjoining cut, ♦ 683. Aiheno^ 

) a dfifaXo^ b Ztiyo^ 
piKoe d, tfiyXni e, straps 
n place the iivyXai ; f, Xc 
ralva ; g and h, oiqcfCi points uf al- 
taehmeol for the collara, and rm^ 
through which the reins pa«s ; i,X,vyiv; 
k, projections to hold, e. g. the reins of 
the jTopftopof (Cf. also the Assyrian 
joke on the chariot on board a ship, 
represent«d in adjoining cut.)— (2) ctom- 

iar of lyre (see fApiitytl, to which thi 
strings were attached, I 187.— (3) pi. 
Toweri btnehft. or Ihamrlt of ship (set 
cut Ko. 35, under iSa^os). 

ta-oYpw, rn. (fiunc. nypa), raenrd ! 
for nmnff lift. £ 407. 6 462. 

twyMi, lift, imp., (K<a6^, i-yptai). take 
ofte, 1. e. gnmt quaritT, rtva, K 378 ; 
only E 698, ipf. 5wypn (eyfipw ?), re- 
trnfij, reatumatedt 

[«i{. j,v, (Zam), vlctuB, tuUlance, { 
SOS. (Od.) 

tH|ia, ntr., (JwnTi/ii), (1) ap""> of 
leather or of felt, extending from the 
flank to the upper part of the thigh, 
lad serving to protect the part of the 
bodj left exposed between the culrai>s 

:.. (W™,pO. (1) " 
It, also Nos. 47 and 65). — 
(2) rteioraK, B 479, A 234. 

" ' iirOu, ipf JiiwKfD and iter. 
siTo aor act Jc«r<ivr((, 
■e put a girdle round the 
foitu,iT76 elspHh mid. se accin- 
j,ere gird onei tel/({oT combal), 
IT SO gird one i self icilh, gird on, 
7- ♦130 T-mK78 Jivviiwor, u. 

ta6% masc (exc X 86, S 418), 
and itn, E 887 ace !u>', n 449, 
^L^ us ;«,.;, 

tvp^pov (l^iopd^) Kipau, make 
the mixture etnmgfr, I 203t. 

[«mlp, «po,-, i, (;;.i..rtp<).Cl) ""r- 
ruir'j body- girdte, of leather strength- 
ened with niclal platei:, which covered 
the lower part of the ftupijj, and the 
upper pan of the >"'rpij and of the 
Iw/j(i (see cuts Nob. 78 [where ihe 
^wor^pis very broad],.!, and 85). (11.) 
^(2) girdle mirn over lie tunic, £ 72. 
(See cut No. 79,) 

H&OTpo, pi., (luiaTfip), girdlea, belle 
(that could be washed). £ SSf. 

ipf. Kujoti, vivo. Km, joined with ipav 
•paoi ^iXioio, i 833 and freq.! with j'o- 
Tiv, u 263; piia f wovrf c, who live at ease. 




I. -Ji, particle of asseveration (^ta/3f- 
)3atwrtic6c)» always at bej^inning of sen- 
tence (dpicn/cof), confirms an assertion 
(expressing subjective certainty) ; in 
truth, certainly, to be sure (usually with 
other particles), A 78, 229, 240, 254, 
255 ; with particles expressing object- 
ive certainty: yap, yes to be sure, A 
293 ; dfj, evidently to be sure, A 518, a 
384; with particles expressing sub- 
jective certainty : /ndv, fikv, A 77, 140, 
211 ; iiTiv (<cat), nimirum (etiani), 
verily, B 291 ; pLoXa (5n), most certamly 
indeed, r 204, i 507, <t 201 ; ij rot, q. v."^: 
TTOv, surely methinks ; dpa, T 56, ft 280 ; 
^ pd iWi M 164; Ofjv, vv, Tt, Kapra, 
fjidXa, /3 325, v 304. — Here belongs also 
^ iroT* cT|v Y€ (ij for ei ace. to G. 
Curtius), yes (=alasl), it was he. 
— rj is also joined with other particles : 
kireX ^ (not so good ineii]) iroXv (jikprt- 
po(; (jidXa), since in truth, i 276, A 1 56, 
1 69, K 465 [always ^ ^ — ] ; and rl tj, 
why then, A 365,*^Z 55. 

II. TJ or -fjc (accent of ancient gram- 
marians), interrogative particle, (1) 
{^IpojTrjfjiaTtKog'i (a) in simple direct 
question, ij kui fioi vsfiearicTtai, a 158, 
A 133, 203 ; (b) in double direct ques- 
tion, utrum, j3 30, 32. — (2) Iduiiro- 
ptiTiKOQ, diropTifxaTiKog'] in second mem- 
ber of a double question, cf Lat. an 
(also rj, rjk) ; the double question may 
be : (a) direct, /3 30, 32, u 130 ; or (b) 
indirect, a 175, \ 493, 495; common 
phrase, r/f xai ovki, or also not, d 80. 

tj or i^€ (accent of ancient gramma- 
rians), A. simply interrogative, (1) 
=«i, whether, in indir. single question, 
mvaontvoQ i) irov tr e'lTji', v 415 ; (2) 
utrum, in indir. double question (el, 
B 367), ovK oW ij Tig — i^k xai, d 712, a 
408. — B. [^dia^^evKTiKog'] (1) disjunctive, 
(a) aut, vel, sive, only in second or 
subsequent member of sentence, sep- 
arating single ideas (vel, A 62) or 
clauses (aut, A 515); (b) ij may be 
several times repeated, cf aut — aut, 
A 138; sive— sive, /3 29, 2 308, ^ 
i 83, 1 701, X 253, o 300.— (2) in ques- 

tions : (a) simple question marking 
opposition, a 391, or, dost thou hold ? 
also a 298 ; (b) to continue an inqui- 
ry : or is it that ? /3 32 ; or indeed, v 
1 67 (in both these last cases it is better 
to read fi, an, and also in i 253, 197). 
Many modem grammarians accent as 
oxytone (/}) the ij, an, of the previous 
article, II., ij, 2.— (3) ij comparative, 
quam, than j after comparatives, A 
162 ; after dWog, 'irepog, /SovXccrdac, 
malle, A 112 (sc. ff drroiva SkxetrOai); 
iipOrig, \ 58. [^ ovk are usually pro- 
nounced as one syllable by synizesis.] 

III. TJ, aor. of defective verb (ait), 
always following a passage in oratio 
recta, and succeeded by (pa) Kai, he 
mid, and, jS 321 ; <t 356, ij p lifia re. 

•fj, qua, corresponds to rrj, ea, N 53. 

4 O^f&is iffTLv, sicut fas est, cu is 
right, relative, B 73, y 45, and freq. ; 
demonstrative only w 286. 

^a=ia=tjv, eram. -fia—rjia only 
e 266, c 212, at end of verse. 

if|Pai<$v, ai, always at end of verse 
after ovd', ne paululum (parvae) 
q u i d e m, not even a (very) liMe ; with* 
out neg. and in middle of verse, only i 
462, paulum, a little toay. 

Tj^dij, y\^a^ij -tjotfii opt., -uiv, -laov^ 
Teg, ~(0(o<Ta part, prs., 7)(Sri<Tag, y aor., 
be in youth's prime ; e 69, luxuriant. 

•fJPrj, only sing., pubertas, youth; 
vf^V^ perpov, youthful prime ; also v i- 
g o r, youthful strength, U 857. 

"Hpii, Nebe, daughter of Zeus and 
of Hera, wife of Herakles, X 603 ; in 
Iliad she always appears as goddess 
performing some manual service for 
other divinities. 

'qp^l&i, r'lfiwoipt, see i7j3a(i>. ipfa- 
(urOc, see dyapai. tiYaYov, ^opriv, sec 

ifryd-Ocov, ey, kr]v, (of very doubtful 
deriv. • dyav, 9t6g ? dyadog ?), sacred^ 
very divine, of localities, Z 133, ^ 702. 

tiYcipa, aor. (1) from dyeipoj, col- 
legi. — (2) from lyeipuj, excitavi. 

i^YOcnraro, aor. from dyapat, admi- 
ratus est. 




^TCfiovcvciv, prs., ipf, fut., (i/ye/iwv), 
lead the wayfwf rivi, conduct ; irp6<r9iVf 
go in advance ; 666vf point out the way ; 
nvij poop vdari. — (2) (II.) ducere 
exercitnm, lead (the arniy), n 92; 
Tivwv, B 527 ; Timv, only B 816. 

4|YC|i»v, no dat. sing., dat. pi. -fio- 
veoaiVj (Tfyiofiai)^ leader, guide (Od.) ; 
commander^ chief, opp. \aol, B 365. (U.) 

riysofiai, •^YcCcrOo), imp., ipf. fut. 1 
aor., in signif. and construction = 1/76- 
fiovtvuv, (1) gfdde, lead the way for, 
opp. (ufi) EirtaQai (M 251), d 46, cf. 
fi 406 ; 7rp6a9tv, Q 96 ; craftily, X 247 ; 
in his folly, foolishly, a> 469. — (2) d u- 
cere, ruriv (rtvwv), aliquos, might 
lead them to their ranks, B 687 ; but 
£ 211, Tpwiamv, dat. advantage. 

i^p^orrai, taBni, ipf -01/ro, (ayd- 
pw), assemble themselves (gradually one 
by one), r 231. 

iJYCpOcv, aor. p&ss. from dytipu) = 
congregati sunt. 

'^'yi)Xd{ci«» ft, prs., (jyyeo/iai), j^tcfe, 
feaci, /o217;\618, leadest some such 
wretched life as I. 

^Top^ a, £, £c, {ijynnap, riytXaOai), 
duci, leader, Xaan/ ; freq. with fiedov- 
T(g, chiefs in war and leaders in coun- 
cil; principi, a 105. 

^JYopooMrOc, ^yo/o6(i>vro, ipf. from 
ayopdofiai, sit in council, hold assembly. 

ifii (orig. following rjf^sv), et, and, 
also, B 27, 79; with in, B 118 ; joined 
with Koi, and also, A 334 ; O 663, 77^;— 
rai — i^Se ; with rk, Z 446 ; rfSi — Kai, A 
400; Koi, Z 429 sq. See also iSL 

y^ea, y^i], plupf. from oUa. 

rfini\ (rf, Srj), iam, now, in contrast 
(1) with what heretofore had no exist- 
ence : already, A 250, /3 89 ; Kai d\- 
XoTt, iam alias quoque; with part. 
B 663. — (2) contrasting the present 
moment with other time : now, A 456 ; 
at once^ v 315 ; with fut., a 303 ; with 
aor., r 98 ; freq. before or after vvv : 
now at length, A 456 ; $213, now al- 

ijfofiai, aor. 'SjouTo, gavisns est, 
rejoice, i 353t. 

^8os, TO, (t)5vg), c o m m o d u m,proJif, 
advantage, always in negative sense, 
luwvOa, ovde rt, ri fioi (iffnv, tanfrai 
nvoQ)\ paull um, n eque quid- 
qnam,qaid expediet ? A 576, A 
318, <tf 95. 

•f|8v-cin{«, sweei-tpeaJmg, suavilo- 
quens, A 248t. 

^Sv-^^TOio {iroTov), sweet to drink, 
/3 340. (Od.) 

^8vs9 iia, V, tog, ki, vv, liav^ (afaB-, 
f va^t, s u a V i s, Eng. s w e e t), sweet ; ifdv 
yiXaoffav, d u 1 c e (heartily) riserunt; 
Kvu)oaov<ja, softly slumbering, ^ 809. 

^c, 1/^, see II. }/, ff. ^c, erat, from 

i^cC8cis9 riQ, ii^ IV, noverat, see 

•/j^u>9» only sing., [d 271,"HXtoc], 
(Lat. Auselius), sol, sum; sunrise, A 
735, y \, T 433 ; dvroXai, fi 4 ; mid- 
day, e 68 ; afternoon, II 779, 17 289 ; 
sunset, A 605, 475, 485, (i 388, k 
191 ; TpOTtai, o 404 ; irvXag, u> 12 ; his 
curved path in the heavens, (virtpio- 
vog, a 8), \ 16, H 421, e 68 ; phrases 
signifying to shine, A 735, iirkXafixl/i, 
aKTlciv ifiaWe, iindepKeTai dicTivfoaiv, 
(jfdog (as figure of life, X 93, 2 11, 61, 
C 540), avyrj, vtv avydg, aly\r) ; /livog, 
vis, heat, '^ 190, c 160 ; epithets, d*cd- 
fiavra, ( \ap.irp6g, r 234 ; XivKog, Si 
185), naptpavoujvTa, (l>at(Ti pfSpoTog; ex- 
pressions for east, v 240, M 239, (and 
west, K 191). — Svn as god, cf. Lat. Sol, 
observing all things,r 277,2; 344,0 271, 
(yet not so, fx 375) ; father of Kirke, k 
138 ; of Phaethusa and Lampetie, fx 
133 ; propitiated by sacrifice, r 104, T 
197 ; oath by the sun, T 259 ; his (Soeg 
Koi firiXa, fi 128, 322, r 276, ;// 329. 

^ev, erat. Vj^ircp, see ^Trep. 

Vjcp^Oovrai, prs., vro ipf., (dtipw), 
foot, fltUter, 4> 12 ; V 108, 6e unsteady. 

*Hcp(poia, prjTpviTi of the Aloidae, 
second wife of Aloeus, E 389. 

irj^pioi, Tj, ot, (dijp), niatutini, ad 
early mom, A 497, t 52. 

Vjcpo-ciSi^i, fa, eg, {-(iSr]g), cloudy- 
gray, TTovTov, airiog, Trtrprjv ; but E 
770, quantum aerium prospicit 
=as far as one sees in the dim distance, 
i. e. through the haze, 

•i\€p6€VTO^i ra, (difp), cloudy, dark, 
Zo^ov ; only G 13, Tdprapov, and v 64, 

■j^^poS) see drjp, 

Vjcpo-<|>oiTis {tpoirdv) 'Epivvg, walk' 
ing in darkness, I 571. (II.) 

Vjcpo-<t>cii>V(i>v (df(pa>, tptovij), vocem 
tollentium, fowti-roicec?, 2 505f. 

dromache, kiDg of Thcbe in Troae. 
Z 396, A 366.— (2) of Imbros. goeHi- 
friend of rriamos, * 43.— (3) a Ti-ojan, 
P 590. 


^i)p (see d^fi), ^'p<Ni 1, "i fem.,/')?, 
mt^X 15-, esp. ae means uf leiidurii^g 
invisible, r 381 ; darkatm, n 15 (41), 
143; iravX{rv,niaBC., from necessity 
of the verse, r """ 

Wyoc. sueius), t 
dear, 5 147. 

Ijflto, pi. from i 

4 *HXh 

i(iiH, iiv, advent, conK, E 478, v 325. 

^XtMcaTO, Tu, woo/, or aookn Ihrtad 
OH du<aj'; orpw^iitfn, rrrpopaXi^fri, 
ply ihe distnff;(r 31S. (Od,) (Seethe 
tirst of the cute betow.) [n u] 

^XSKlm), t|v, (opaxvti), ^Hdle, Z 
491. (Od.) (See tlic cuts, representing 
disiaff and spindles.) 

;., fem, lit). 

itt, Z 51 
Di), pronounced with 

f 4ll.p«w. 


syniiesisaiendof verse,^i(,viBti- |^ 
eam.prtmiumtjJood.H 103. (Oci.) 

'^fwv, ruv, (d))|ii?), sjnizesis 

4|u,ibat, from elfii. 

^Wtot, Of, ni. (vidui 
youi*,2 567. [.] 

^iKTO, ittfmtl^ Bee II 

TJiti, ipraag, aor. from 

JjUo-Tt, dat.| (ijicuf), nifi ikanpng 
haala, £ 36t ! since rivei^ like the 
Skamander, in warm countries, and 

with 8< 

s, bB> 

, tnce of rains a broad, rag- 
^d bed out of all proportion lo lh( 
ordinary size of the stream, and banks 
ragged and often high. 

fliof, i V e r u n t, from [!/ii. 

'HUvn, sea-port in Argolis, B 

'HmvoIi, (I) father of Thrakii 
king Kheeos, K 43S. — (3) a Greek, 
slain hy Hektor, H llf. 

<(m ♦oijJf, apostrophized, O 3 

^fOKf, iverunt, see i7/ii. ■(jfx^li 

r. pass, from aiaaui. 

liorr, ((rdiid, M 31, C 131 

(ij/Jfj, geatly. 

^m, (£, av. etc., misi. from Vtj^i. 
^Kaxii iToi^led, aor. from itaxii'i. 
^■^auTO, s a n a V i t, healed, Bor. from 

'<|-K^O-r«, sec. pi, (lllTtw), J 

B«wr/tft (A«iMA,Kn(o?nfd,Z94. (II.) 

')|iturTM (FiJKa), iloieetf, motl itnggiih, 

♦ 531t. 

, AjitirOa, a 

^wncaC^h prs.. tav, (qXifonu), va- 
gans. vtander; i 457, vagando ef~ 

JiXoownm, pres.. and part, -otnrni, 
{oKoopai), pTOiel about, ttBona otoat, 
B 470. (II.) 

JXaTD, vagabatnr, from aKdoiim. 
XSavi,alnit, from oXfoiW. 


« ^X«i(. 

rj««, om.v, 

J|\^iiTiip, sp] e n d e n e,btain%i'g {tan), 
with and without 'rwiplwv,T 398, Z 
513. (II.) 

J|Xiit, voc. i and ^Xe, u^fatuated, 
cnzed. ^pkvvi;. in mind^tnod,- f 464, 

i^XifXaro, penetraverat, pinpt 
pass, from i\n«i. 

^X(pfiTot, ov, 01, t^, hjig, I 343, 

4jX(fa n-oXX^(v), eatis nnlttiiii, 
very much. A 677. 

^Mit(i|i' (^Aii), aelatem, ejaaft rn 
agr, ftUoici, n 808. (II.) 

Srown, B 373t. 

t/Xraf, see ^Xjof' 

*HXif> iJof, flw, division of Pelo- 
ponnesoe on west coast, inhabited in 
the north by Epeioi, in the south by 

,B615, 635. 




4|XiTfy aor. from dXiraivwy pecca- 

iljXYT^-|tT|vov (aXiTfiv, firiv)^ imtimdy 
6am, T llSf. 

{{Xiniai, aor., yim attalerat,froiii 

^Xoi, oiaiy naUa, studsy A 29. (XL) 
fjXvOov, 6C, aor. from (pxofiat. 
'HXwiov ircSC^v, Efysianjieldt, abode 
of the blest, S 663 sqq.f [i*] 
^X<^v, aor., (dX0{iv), Aav<» gained, 
4|Xw, capta est, aor. from aXitrKO' 


^pUS|i,T|v, vagabar, from dXao^ai. 

'akxi»vy\f a city in Phthiotis, B 

4j|i,2Uriv, dat. pi., (irifii), at javdin 
ihroicing, >i^ SQlf. 

'H|&&9Ct|, ancient name of Makedo- 
nia, Si 226t. 

^j|fta66cvTos, t, a, comm., (d^aOog), 
arenosa, sandy, epithet of Fylos, a 

'^I&oi, ffai, oral, 3 pi. (^j/roi), «arat, 
(larai, imp. j}<to, inf. i7<r0nrt, part, ijfxevof;, 
ipf. ^/i>7v, (rro, tr^iyv, 3 pi. rjvro, 'iarOj 
iiaro^ sedeo, sity i^fiivoi, ri 'fpirwv, p 
158; often with collateral meaning 
snpplied bv part, with which it is join- 
ed, A 134, B 137, A 412. 

^|M4>, aTog, an, ara, day, (a) as op- 
posed to night, E 490 ; (b) dwU%>n of 
the year, season, ^fi/itjotov, etc. ; (e) 
periphrastically with adj., e. g. i\tv9i- 
pov rifiap, condition of freedom ; Sov- 
Xiov — , 8 e r V i t u s ; vovrifiov — , r e d i- 
tus, Z 455, a 137; fifiara iravra, al- 
ways, forever : BIT yjfJiaTi, in one day, but 
T 229, one whole day; {jfian rtf on, 
tum quum, B 351. 

iljpi&TiT|, at, adj., (fjpap), (1 ) d i u r n a, 
^\e,byday,^ 104.--(2) quotidianae, 
ditty, [ 72. 

4j|&PpoTOv, ic=^iJiaprov, iQ, missed, 

4^)uiS' and dfifug^ rifiii(ov, -ttov ; ap.- 
pi(v), ripuv, encL 17/iiv; dpni, rifiidg 
(tjfidg), rffidg only tt 372, 109. 

f^^f Usually corresponding to riSs 
(rai), Sk, r«, Kai ; both, as toell, IT 664. 

4|Upi|, pi. ai, (other forms from 
ripapy dies, dny. 

4}icp{s, r), (ijpepog), cultivated vine, 


'fifj.tpov, ace, cicurem, tame, 

^fUrcpos, ri, ov, etc,, (vfiiig)t noster, 

our ; ntr. subst. with tig-, -de and i^ 
rfphrepa^kome, i3 55. 

4\)lX- = semi-, half, 

^)il-8&i)s (daiio), semi a St a, hay- 
burnt, n 294t. 

'f|fi.l-0^««v, semi-deorum, demigods^ 
M 23t. 

'f||Jit-^vciov, yjv, adj., (r'fpi-ovog), be- 
longing to a mule, mule-, of chariot, yoke, 
Q 268. 

^I&t-ovov, ace, etc., (nom. and dat 
sing, wanting), comm., mulus, mule, 
^ 266, 655. 

'^f&X-irAcKKa, half axes, one -edged 
axes, Sir 851. (11.) 

^)&tcrccs, fwv, ntr., v. semis, y 155; 
ntr. usually subst, half p 322. 

iqi&t-TcLXavTov, half a pound (gold), 
^ 751, 796. 

•f|^-TcXi)s9 half complete, desolate, 
B 701 f. 

-3)|ios, quum (temporal), token, al- 
ways at beginning of yerse, exc. p, 439 ; 
followed in apodosis by rqpog (dpa), 
drj t6t€, Stj or koi tot tirtira, or (811) 
dpa with indie, of histor. tenses; with 
subj. ( = pres.), only 8 400. 

4jii)ci, prs., aor. rjpvoe, atu, (Kapt}, 
KapriaTL, with head), nod; B 148, it, the 
ploughed field, nods (to the breeze), 
with its heads of grain ; fig.////, B 373. 

^iiiovcs, pi., O'jy/ut), dvdptg, darters, 
^ 886t. 

ijv (ti dv), si, if when, (1) with subj. 
of pres. expectation, the verb of the 
principal clause standing in; (a) imp., 
237, TT 274; (/3) fut., I 394, A 353; 
(7) opt., p 288; {d) prs. subj., p 121, 
e 482.— (2) with subj. of repeated 
action, verb of principal clause being 
pres., A 166, \ 159; often with Ttf p, (t 
318. — (3) = whether, with subj., n 
282. (ei dv, Ijuv, riv.) 

VjvO'^vcTO, negabat, from dvaivo- 

ijvciKc, KttVTo, tulit, aor. from 

i^vcf&^cvTfl^ acc, -6i<T<ra, av, ag, (avf- 
pog), windy, breezy, airy, (of towns, 
mountains, trees), irrvxag, r 432. 

^v£a, rd, frena, reiiw, often adorned 
with gold or ivory, mydkoivra, E 226. 

i^viKo, when, with indie, x 198f. 

'Hvioircvf, f]a, eotv oC TVv^^^^si^ 



chrtrioCeer of Hektor, elain bj Diome- 
(les.a ISOf. 

flfUxivtv, ipf., O'lvioxoQ), held He 
reine, guided, diime, ■if 642. 

V^"*! 010, V.Ol', 01, <«».,£ 

fviu), eiiiriofeer, fepriiruv, E 

'llie charioteer stood nsnally left of 

the Ttpiinaxoi; ; among the Assvrians, 

tlie warrior (amied with bow) had also . pairafwKui. 

H scciHiil atlendant, shield-bearer, witb ^^n^^i fi^l^ amkls, 9 3 

himself on Che uharioC (see cut); the 104. 

El^ptian monumenu represent only ^nipoc, 'jjnnfpaui, ou, 41, ov, 

one wairior or triamphing king upon (d- jrnpui?), mainland, terra j 

the wuvchariut. opp. sea and islands, cf. esp., B 

1\fy, fregit, from oyvu/u, 

^Lw, acc., 01, ml', feni. n. ttv. 

matutinas; subst^ mortal^, d 

447; elsewh.orientaliSgUUtfn 

S^rap, an, daL, jeCQr, Uvfr, 1 
wo4(, ludificatus est, St 

ffrhnaet, compcllavit, hail, see 

TJviv, ace. pi. fiwe, »/eat, ikiaiog, Z 
94.-y3B2: olbeiS. geariiag. 

■HvoirlSi]*, Satnios, S «4t- [0 

monAfiuiJ, 7, 156. 

{{KHri, dat., (i)iv^, AN), ^eaToing, 
doBiling, of naked liietal, always with 
XaW n 408. 

'Hvoi^, ( 1 ) father of Satnios of My- 
Eia, Z 445t.— (:i) father of Klytomedes 
from Aitolia, * 634.— (3) father of 

<i>T(ov, obviam facti sunt, BUd, 
from avriia. 

sea (coast), 1 49 ; yet used 
even of island, i S6 ; >f7rti/>ov^(, toward 
(he land. 

I^tp — 'iiinep, q nam. Man, S 468. 

«jir«p (oOTTfp), eadem qua, juit 
there (thither), ichtrt, ji 81, 4> 4; jtwt 
IK, 1 310. 

^(poiriia, ace from qirtpairiu£, X 
364t, and VpnpoimiTd, Toc. from -r^c, 
deceiver, teducer, r 39 and N 769. 

Vprip-omtiiic, (I, iiiJ, prs., ipf. ificip- 
o-ititiov, aor. -(uodc, i/ieak differtatlg 
than one weans, decade, f-ajok, reduce, 

VprU-Swpira (vn-ui), kiadln giving. 




i^wiott ov, or, 17. a, mUd, of persons, 
of remedies, i^ 218 ; of counsels, A 361. 

i^irtfra (i^Trt/ttf), loud voiced, H d84f . 

"Hirihrroiis, Periphas of Troja, P 

iljirvci, ipf. ^TTve, hail; p 271, sound 
shrill; ^ 399, roar. 

^pa ipsptiv rcvi, also Irrl . . . rjpa, do 
a favor, gratify, humor, y 164, A 578 
{fi]pa, l^ovXofiat). 

*HpaKXcC8T|s, (1) Tlepolemos, B 653. 
— <2) Thessalos, B 679. 

*HpaicX'rjos9 tjij fja, often replaced in 
nom., as in other cases, by periphrasis, 
/3ijy 'HpaKXtjtirj^ voc. wanting, JBTero- 
Mm, son of Zeus and of Alkmene; his 
birth, T 98 ; cuGXoiy 362, \ 623, p 
26; destroys Laomedon's Troja, Y 
145, E 642 ; makes conquest of Py- 
los, A 689 sqq., cf. also E 392, 397 ; 
death, 2 117; his shade, X 601; his 
wife (on earth) Megara (see Thes- 
salos and Tlepolemos), in Olympos, 
Hebe. National hero, celebrated in 
popular songs before Homer's time, 
X 602, 267. Epithets, Oeioio, Qpaavfikjx- 
vova, Kparepo^pova ; cf. 25. 

'HpaicXT|c{T|, 17c, y, "nv, always with 
jSi)?, periphrasis for Herakles, A 690. 

Spd]JicOa, see apw/jii, gain. 
papc, aor. from dpaphKio, 
tiparo, aor. mid. from dpvvfiai, 
^paroy from dpdofiai^ precari. 
HpT|, Hera, daughter of Kronos and 
of Rhea, sister and wife of Zeus; her 
education, ^ 201 sqq. ; relation to 
Zeus, A 568, O 13, S 153; hostile to 
Trojans; to Herakles; patron of 
Greeks ; her children : Ares, Hephai- 
stos, Hebe, Eileithyia; her favorite 
haunts, Argos, Mykenai, Sparta, A 51, 
52. Epithets, 'Apytit), (3ow7rig Trorvia, 
vpka^a Bid, Aiog Kvdpi^ TvapaKoiTig ; 
^vKOfAOio, \iVKti}\ivog, xpvaoBpovoQ, 
Xov<roTridi\ov, Zeus gives her yet other 
(dishonorable) names, O 14; likewise 
Poseidon, 209 ; doXo^povEovaa. 
iljpifpciy plupf. from dpapioKUi, 
i^pifpciOTo, plupf. pass, from (psiSto. 
•JjpX, loc, (ijeoi), m an e, a< earlt/ mom, 
I 360 ; with rfwOev, r 320. 

iljpX-Y^vcia, rig, av, early bom, epithet 
of ruitg, S 195. As substantive = Eos, 

Child of daum,x 197. 
TJpXKCy fracta est, break, from 

^ptov, ro, sepulchral mound, ^ 126t. 

4|piirc, lapsus est, slip, from (ptitno, 
^pvyc, V o m u i t, from ipevyofiai. Vjpu, 
precabaris, from dpdofxoL Vjpttt|- 
crav, cesserunt, retire, from ipiaku. 

{{pais, toog, uii (a>, H 453, 9 483), (aa 
(^ 303 [— w w], ui before vowels) ; pi. 
w€f , (MtLjv, (inaai, wag, hero, warrior, title 
of honor for the free and brave ; stand- 
ing alone as subst., A 4, K 179; in ad- 
dress, Y 104, K 416 ; with Aavaoi, 
*Axctioi, likewise with single names, 
A 200, j3 15,* 163; joined with 0epd-^ 
TTovreg 'Aprfog^ B 110; ykptov, rj 155. 
(Never = demigod.) 

V = (1) r]<rai,0 245,8edes.— (2) 
^(To, IT 44, con side. 

^crai, oral, sedes, sedet. ^craro, 
gavisus est, from ijdofiai. 'fjo'civ, 
fut. from 'iTjpi. •?ia6a, eras. 

t|crKciv, vsrought, ipf. from a<rireui. 

^«ro, c o n s i d e, imp. from 17/iai. 

'fjcro'uv, pi. ovag, ntr. ov, deterior, 
o365; oXtyoi/ ^crcroa^, pa ullo minus, 
Utt'e less. 

^orrai, sedet. tjottiv, e r a n t 
am bo. 

iqcrvx^'Hs »7, q u i e s, peace, quiet, a 22f . 

^criJxiov, ace. masc, tutum, unit- 
jured, 4> 598 f. 

^(rxvpiU^voS) pf. pass, from ataxvvu}. 

^ T-^Wc, r366. 

tj T€ — T| TC, sive — sive, either — or, 

nnd<r8c, owvro, ipf. from ahidofiai, 

T| Toi (1. rj, and III. rot), marks (1) 
calm assurance, surely: in address, H 
406, a 307, H 191; in narration, A 
140, Z 201 ; after 7), p 372.— (2) marks 
antithesis =/xcv, A 68, o 6, H 188, A 
487; quamquam, and yet, X 280 ; 
aXX' ^ Toi, but by aU means, A 211, Q 
48, 488, TV 278; 'fifv, sed vero, but 
yet, A 140; with imp., yet, d 238, k 
271 ; after tjg, e 24, and t»0pa, y 419 ; 
psv before Si, by all means, T 1 68 ; (t 339 
read ij n ; toi, t 599, is dat.). 

TJTop, TO, heart, not as bodily organ, 
though used as synonymous with Kpa- 
SiTjt K 93 ; Krjp, P 53.5 ; likewise with 
evfiog ; also with ivl ^peoi, U 242, T 
169,0 413,1/320, cf B49(); Iv KpaSiy, 
Y 169; synonymous with anima, N 
84, <P 201; Hf', E 250; power of 
thought, mind, A 188; heart, feelings, 
I 497, 572; seat of astonishment, n 
514; of joy,^ 647; of ©rief , G. 3,^^% ^S. 




hope, TT 92 ; of fear, F 31 ; of courage, 
IJ 209 ; of desire, E 670 ; of wrath, S 
367 ; of appetite, T 307, 1 705. 

■j^v-Y^cios (ycveiov), with \i^ at end 
of verse (II. )» ^ ^^^> ^i^^ Xf'wv, strong- 
bearded, from the long hairs ("feelers ") 
around the lion's jaws. 

t|v8a, locutus est, ipf from avdciu). 

ir|v-KO}Los, 010 f (ko/uij), beautiful-f/air- 
haired, A 36. 

Sv^y vv, V, see ivQ. 
v<rc, c 1 a m a V i t, from dvut, 
•/jdre (jifk r«), as also, (I) quam, cw, 
comparable to, A 277. — (2) tanquam, 
quasi, as it were, A 359. — (3) ecu 
c u m, OS when, like, B 87. 

"'H^aioToS) no dat., (tr/^Jj-, per se, 
(lialvwv?), son of Zeus and of Hera, 
god of fire, and of arts which need the 
aid of fire; his wife, Chans, 2 382 sqq. ; 
but in Odyssey, the faithless Aphro- 
dite ; from childhood on, afitpiyvrtfiQ, 
KvWoTTodiuiv, 2 395 sqq. ; his favorite 
abode, A 598, 9 283 ; chief works : 
armor of Achilleus ; net in which he 
entrapped Ares and Aphrodite, 9 274; 
brazen houses of gods on Olympos 
and their outfit ; sceptre and aegis of 
Zeus ; his titles, x^^^^ii* KXvTOTtxvrjg, 

KKvroipyoVy KKvTOfXTfiTiv, iroXixf^povoc^ 
Tc^p'iKkvTot;, TToXvfitiTioQ. HepHaistos 
is orig. nothing else than the element 
of fire, as may be recognized in 1 468, 
and esp. in B 426. 

4^i {aPfjipi, see og) fiirii^ sua (vi), 
X 107t. 

^X'4> y^ ijhx^)j ^f^oise, roar, hum, B 
209, n 769. 

Vjxi^evTa, ntr.. risotra^ fem., (^x4), 
echoiig, d 72 ; roariig, A 157. 

r\'%ZtrOf ipf. from dxOofiai and tx'^o- 

^X^j ^^^ where. A 607. 

'j^wOcv ()7't>(;)i mane, early; eras 
mane, to-morrow at dawn, 2 136 ; with 
/ia'X' 7)pi, eras multo mane. 

■j^uOi irpiJ, before daybreak, A 50. 

i?ja>9, ovc;, of, at, (aurora), daybreak, 
(^ 111, TT 2; davm, t 390; eras mane, 
e 470, X 375 ; day, Q 31 ; east, i 26. 
Personified, 'Ha>9, Eos, Aurora; her 
son Memnon, 5 1 88 ; husband, Titho- 
nos, A 1, but cf. e 121, o 250; abode, 
/i 3, A 1, T 1, X 197 ; 'Euatpopog, ^ 
226, precedes her as she drives her 
chariot aloft, xp 246; epithets, rfpiyi' 
vfia, poSoSaKTvXog, ^a, iv9povoQ, jcpo- 
KoirtrrXog, xpv<y69povog. 


Oaf£<nrti«, sfxev, ipf. 9da<T<n, sedere, 
9it,0 124. 

Oaipovs, ace. pi, {9vpa), hinges of 
door or gate, M 459t. (See cuts from 
Egyptian originals ; also under kiri' 
pXrjg, No. 38.) 

0&Xd|AT)«, gen., bed, hole, e 432f . 
0&XapiT|-ir^Xo«, rj, {TreXt(r9ni, cole- 

re), woman of the bedchamber, chamber^ 
maid, rj 8. (Od.) 

6«iXa|io9i 6, no dat. pi., (96Xog'), room 
(opp. large hall, fikyapop d&fia^, hence 
the rooms of the rear portion of 
the house [see table III., at end of 
volume], e.g. women^s chamber (d 121), 
room for toeapons (r 1 7), store-room (/3 
337), bedchamber, T 423. 

6dX(ur<ra, ^, (rapdaattt, orig. form 
rapaxjaj Curtius), no pi., the sea, as 
element ; when used of any particular 
sea it means the Mediterranean, B 294. 

Bakdaaxa {9dXa(y<Ta) tpya, mariti- 
ma (negotia), belonging to the sea, Z 
614,6 67. 

6&X^0o>v, ovTig, part., (doXXw). bloom- 
ing^ K 63 ; aXoK^y, teeming with fat. 




OdXcYo, y, avt (OaXoi;), always with 
Sais, aboimdingf goodly feast, 76. 

OiiXclo, nanie of a Nereid, 2) 39 f. 

6aXcp6s, 010, 6v, (u, 01, <uv, ot/c, 17, 
^K (daXXitf), Uoomingf (1) freah^ strong^ 
thicky fiTipui, xairri. — (2) mardy voice 
was mute, ^oiv^ ; shedding Ug tears, 
^arpv ; rick, reelcing, dXoKpq ; thick and 
frequent sob, yooy ; entered into in the 
prime of youthful freshness, blooming, 

6&X^«>v, gen. pi. from to OdXog, 
(OdXKui), good cheer, X 504')-. 

6cAit|, dat. pi. -Yjs, from rf OdSirj, 
(9d\\J), cimndance, \ 603. 

OoXX^'y ace. masc, (9aK\ifi),foliiage 
(as fodder for goats), p 224t. 

9aKKia, only pf. part. TcOv|Xciis, Tt9a- 
\vXa, y, av, plupf. TtOrjXn, cf. ^lyXew, 
abotmd in, teem with, dat. ; part., cibun- 
dant, fre^h, ikpotj, v 245, cf. « 467. 

6dXo«y ace, TO, (OaXXa/), shoot, scion, 
X 87, ^ 157 ; see Qakkiftv. 

OcAin^v, part, {OakvoQ), toarm, r 

0^iru>s, son of Eurytos, chief of 
the Epeians, B 620 f. 

6«£Xira)v, ovng, part.,(Od.), calefa- 
ciens, warming^ 246. 

6aXiraipi{ (OciKina), warming, metaph. 
comfort, Z 412. 

6aXv(n(&, rd, (OdXog), offering of first- 
fruits, harvest offering, I 534t. [v] 

BoXvaXoAqii'ExtTratXog, son of Tha- 
lysios, A 458t. 

9&|id, f r e q u e n t e r, o/3!cn, a 1 43. 209. 

Oafipiut, only pi. ipf. I0d)&pcov, aor. 
Bdfi^riiTiv, aav, part. 9n^.^r]nam, rroaa, 
{Odfxpog), be struck with astonishment, T 
398, a 360 ; gaze upon toith vxmder, O 

6«£}iPo«, iVQ, ntr., wonder, bewilder- 
nunt, w 394. 

C&)Ucs, £fff, {CTc, 6ia(, cia^, frequen- 
tes, crowded, thick, frequent, ( 252, A 

(oftCt'i^f 2 sing, ind., and -i^a>i/ part, 
prs., ipf. Odfjii^e, frequentare, come 
frequentiy, resort f with part. = fre- 
quenter, 451. 

0d}ivos, (ff, and pi., frond es, bush, 
Arub, thicket, ;// 190, A 156. 

0d}&vpi«, Thrakian bard, vanquished 
and blinded by the Muses, B 59 5t. [«] 

6dv&Tos, sing., and 01 fi 341, mors, 
nex, mortes; Odvaroi'di, to death, n 

693. Personified, Death, twin-brother 
of Sleep, 2; 231. [a a] 

Odofiai, only 3 pi. 1 aor. Br\croJiarOy 
admirarentur, admire, a 191t. 

QdyTiD, prs. ipf., 3 pi. aor. Od^v, 
plupf. pass. iTiBaTCTO, sepelire, bury , 
vno x'^ovog, X 52. ' 

tapiraKio^y ov, 01, t}, ntr. comp. 
-iwrtpov, adv. -kojg, (9dp(roc)<, ferox, 
courageous, daring ; p 449, impudent, 

Oapaeu), prs., pf. TcOapoT]Ka<ri, also 1 
aor., {ddpaog), be bold, also in bad sig- 
11 if. be impudent ; part, confident; 197, 
with ace, be of good courage as regards 
tlie contest. 

6ap<ros, ovQ, evg, (Eng. d ar c), a u d a- 
cia, boldness, also — impucence, P 570. 

6<ip<rvvos, adj., (Qdpoog), confident, 
rdying upon, oimvif, N 823. 

Oapcruvcu (subj. ), prs., ipf. 1 sing. 
9dpavvo%', iter. 9apavvtaKi, 2 sing. aor. 
9dp(wvag, (9dp<Tog^, con firm are, en- 
courage, A 233. 

9dfT(TtJv, etc., comp. from raxog- 

6aO|&(&, TO, (9dofiai), miraculum, 
res mira, wonder, also with idsoOai, 
as exclamation, p 306 ; only k 326, 
mi ratio, surprise, 

6av|&a{(a, prs., ipf. 9avpaZ,i, iter. 
-%€(rKov, mid. 9avixaXQfnf)v, fut. 9ovpd<T- 
aerai, aor. 9avp.d<TU)m, {9av^d), mira- 
ri, wond r (at), B 320, y 373 ; rivd, E 
601, (T 411; ri,N 11,?; 43; ro, on account 
of; with dependent sentence, B 320, Q 
629 sq. ; with ace. and inf , E 601. 

OavfAav^ovTcs, fut. part, from 9av- 
fiaivuj, admiraturi, 9 lOSf. 

0av^dK^'T|, town in Magnesia, under 
rule of Fhiloktetes, B 716t. 

9dio, only mid. prs. inf O'lfcrdat, aor. 
9ij<TaTo, suck (the breast of a mortal), 
Q 58 ; milk, d 89. 

6co, dg, dv, ai, (Qiaivai), dutv, ym, 
yg, dg, dea, goddess, (opp. yvvrj), 3» 
315, appos. with firirtjp, vvfi(f>at. 

0cdvw, KiffffTjig dXoxog Avrfivopog, 
Z 302, priestess of Athena in Ilios. 

O^ciov, only sing., sulfur, sulphur, 
as sacred instrument of purification ; 
kqkCjv ukoc, X 481 ; with fumes of sul- 
phur, )u 4 1 7. {9inov = BiPtiov, cf. 9vu}.) 

Cccicuow, fut., and pros. mid. 9tHov- 
rn I, fumigate and purify with brimstone 
(one's house), i// 50. 

Cci€v, opt. aor. from Ti9rifii. 




place, a sunny spot in vineyard where 
grapes were dried, ij 123f. 

6ci^«v, opt, Otivai inf. aor. from ri- 

OciW|icv, inf., Oeivy subj. prs., ipf. 
0€ti/6 tOeivSj part. aor. Bthag and part, 
pres. pass., (fen do), 5<nfe, rivd rivt, 
with (the bow behind the ears), 4> 491. 

OcCoiicv, subj. aor. from TiOrifii. 

6cCos, ov<, oio, 01/, Oil/, }), ijg, T^v, di- 
vinus, divine, B 41 ; also = glorious^ 
P 341 ; sacer, H 298. 

6c£o>, (1) =■- 0tu>, curro. — (2) = 0€a>, 
0«D, aor. subj. from riOrfin. 

OkXyu), pis., ipf OAyc, iter. 9e\ye<TKs, 
y 264; fut. OtX^ah aor. I ; pass. prs. 
opt. QsXyoiTo, aor. WiXxQrig^ and 3 pi. 
iOeXxOfv, cJiaim, cajole, bewitch, 4> 276 ; 
delude, deceive, rivd, rivo^, and rtvt 
Ovfiov, O 322, 594 ; blind, N 435. 

OcXxn^piov, a, to, (0€\yw)= deli- 
ciae, charm ; 9 509, means o/* appeas- 
ing the gods. 

6^)&cOXa and 6c|ic£Xia, rd, {Qtivai), 
fundamenta, M 28; the first, fig. fted 
(roots) of the eye, iSj 493 ; Unter part 
of throat, near the j ug'ulum, P 47. 

0^)icv(ai)=df(vac, inf. aor. from ri- 

6^)119) KTTog, t<rri, ttrra, i, t<yrec« (^c*^- 
vai), custom, usage, that which is laid 
down or established not by written law, 
but by old law, E 761, « 1 12, 1 15 ; IffH, 
fas iusque est; with inf. rj 9, «., 
sicut fas est, as is right, B 73; also 
with gen., ^tivu}v, with dat., S 386 ; 
fatum. Awe 9€fn<TTeg ; decisions, H 
387 ; prerogatives, joined with (TKrjir- 
Tpov ; Tikiiv, pay dues, taxes. Personi- 
fied, Themis, /3 68, Y 4, O 87. 93. 

Ocfiurrcvci, ovra, (9kfiiQ), give law, 
Tivi ; TivuQ, govern, I l\4. 

6^|M»(rc, aor. (9tii6w), coeQit forced, 
with inf., I 486 and 542. 

-0€v, suffix (of. Lat. -tus). I. in 
general, (1) local, answering question 
whence, TnS69ev, funditus; Tpoti]-, 
ovpavu-, oiKo- ; also with t^, otto ; 
with verba movendi, (pfpHv,ayfiv; 
*8entiendi, 'l^iy^fv fieSkiov. — (2) de- 
noting source, « 477, T 305, cf. alvo-, 
oio-. — (3) specifying originator, O 489, 
TT 447. — (4) temporal, rioj9(v, 07ri(r9ev, 
postmodo. II. with designations of 
persons. 9e6-. d i v i n i t u s ; Trarpo-, Ato-, 
i^^/*6-f i/ii' (with dvkv, O 213), ak-, e- ; 

(1) with ablative force, audire ex, B 
26,^289; de,Q490; obedire, obey, 
O 199 ; after comparatives, A 114, | 
56,^ 312 ; vTTipkxio, I 419 ; also with 
k^, diro, irpo, E 96 ; 'irp6(T9iv, E 66. — (2) 
with verba recordandi, 9 431, A 
127; HviKa,diKriTi,y 2\^', V7r€/o,Z 524; 
dvtv, P 407. — (3) joined with word in 
gen., V 42, A 180, tt 94, 2 337 ; with 
dvra, dvTiov, dvTidv, Trtipd^eiv, >// 114. 
— (4) instead of gen., S 393, v 232, tt 
439 ; but never instead of gen. partitive. 

O^vopoS) gen. from to 9svap, flat of 
the hand, E 339 f. 

6^o, imp. aor. act from Ti9Tjfii, 

6co-8|&i^Ta)v, gen. pi., (dsfno), a diis 
constructorum, ^orf^w$/<, 519f. 

6co-ci8i^, ka, ace, (eldog), godlUce, 
beautiful as the gods, B 623, o 271. 

6co-c{kcXo9) ov, (e), (iKiXog), like the 
gods, in exterior, A 131. 

6c<$6cv, divinitus,yrom the gods, v 

447 1. 

0co-KXi))i€vos, seer in Ithaka, son 
of Polypheides, o 256, v 350. 

6co-irp(nr^o>v, part, vaticinans, 
prophesying, A 109. 

Oco-irpoTrCtis, gen., jjv, ag, and -irp<J- 
iriov, gen. pi. iW, (9to'7rp6'iroQ)~9t6'' 
<pavTov, vaticinatio, vaticinium, 
p opkecy, oracle, A 385. 

Cco-irp6iroSf ace. ov, (cf. dpi-irpt- 
TTTji;) = OloipdvTiop, one who di-clos9s the 
wiU of gods ; vates, seer (N 70, oiwvi' 
ffHji'), a 416. 

6c^, ov, olg, (ft, oijuv, ov, oi, wv, 
o7<yt. o7q, ovq, comm.. deus (dea), god 
(goddess) ; of individual deities. A 514, 
2 394; then like numen, the deity, 
ai'v 9f({i. dvfv{9e) 9tov, vTTip 9(iv, tK 
9su(ptv. [Often pronounced by syni- 
zesis, e. g. ^251, f/] 

6cov8i]S> fc(, (Oso-dpTjQ, SifiQ, diog), 
fearing the yodii,piou,H, r 364. (Od.) 

Ocpdireuov, 1 sing, ipf., (JBipdicuiv), 
serviebam, serve, v 265t. [d] 

Ocpdiruv, ovTi, ovra, t, ig, ag, com- 
rade, comrade at arms (esquire, not 
servant), cf. X 255, B 110, ^ 23. 

9ep£w, see 9spE(T9au 

9tppiaiv(o, only subj. aor. 6cp|iifiqQ, 
calefaceret, warm, heat, ^ 7; opt 
prs. pass. 9epfiaivoiTo, calefieret 

Ocpji^v, ntr. d, fervidum, a, hot, 
warm, i 388. 

6i^pp.cTc, imp. prs., calefacite; 




pass. ipf. 3 sing. Oepfuro, calefiebat, 

0^po«) cvC) fly (fornax, fur-nus), 
aestas, «tc»tmer, ij 118. 

6cp«ii-Xoxo«9 a Paionian, slain by 
AchiUeas, 4» 209, P 216. 

OcjxrCnis, slanderoas demagogue in 
Greek camp, B 212-69. 

O^pcoOoi, prs., fut. mid. dipaofuvoq, 
T 507, pass. aor. subj. Qtpitoy ferve- 
8cere,6e tocarm, warm one^s selfj so also 
pass., /o 23; Trvpoc, incendi, Z 331. 

Alsy imp. aor. from TiOrjpii. 

O^HCcXoVy a, (iciXw), tromfrou^, e/oya ; 
ntr. adv., mirum in modum, ^ 

Btay^9 ace, (Beivai), nfe, \p 296f . 

6i(nrcui, town in Boiotia, B 498f. 

0c«nrc<r^iO9 geQ^ ^* ov, ij, y^ i]v, 
obtVf adv. -wc» O 637 (tcTTrcrc), astonish' 
ing^ tremendous^ in good and bad sense; 
Qwicwiy^ by providential ordering^ B 
367; A59l,cftVt»e. 

Oicnri-Sais {Saiw^t irvpy fiercely blaz- 
ing, M 177. 

O&nrXv, ace, ((tctt-, sequi ?\ follow- 
ing, attending the deity ; pious or divine, 
^riousy aoiSoVf p 385 ; doidfjv, a 328. 

^co*irp«i»To(, tribe dwelling about 
Dodona in Epeiros, ir 427 ; their king 
Pheidon,$316. (Od.) 

0caaraX^, son of Herakles, father 
of Pheidippos and Antiphos, B 679t. 

6coTopt8t^, son of Thestor, ( 1 ) Kal- 
chas, A 69.— (2) Alkmaon, M 394. 

6^crn0p, (1) father of Kalchas.— (2) 
of Alkmaon. — (3) son of Enops, slain 
by Patroklos, n 401t. 

Biar-^roq, ov, a, O^o^aO* before 
rough breathing. (cf. ee-oTrs-moQ, d-oTre- 
roc), cf. fatum, ntr., decrees of fate; 
with aftp,v 143 = thick. 

6#tI«, iSog, I, IV, I, a Nereid, mother 
of Achilleus by Peleus, 2 431 sqq., Q 
62, cf. A 502 sqq., 397 sqq.; epithets, 
uXoait^vri, dpyvpoirti^a, rjvKOfxoio, xaXXi- 
rAoica/iov, ravvmnXf. 

9du>, O^cis, etc., prs., (inf also OcCciv), 
ipf. (iter. OUaKov), fut. Oevatai, (rOai, 
curro, run; of men and animals; part, 
joined with other verbs =o c i u g, quick- 
/y,m haste, M 343, Z 394, x 106 ; also of 
ships, potter's wheel, vein, and in gen. 
of round or quick-moving things. 

AttiTcpaiy ^pm, divinae, v lllf. 

B^piy\ and Ori^ym, ag, name of a 
city, (1) in Troas, at foot of Mount 
Plakos, residence of Eetion, A 366, Z 
397 ; destroyed by Achilleus. — (2) 
iirrairvXoio, ivaTitjfdvfft, TroXvTjpartit, 
\tpd Tiix^a, in Boiotia, orig. founded 
by Kadmos ; 6i)p(ur8c, to Ththes. 

0T|pa^ only pi., tKaTufnrvXoi, city in 
Egypt on Nile (Aiof iroXiq), S 126, 
I 381. 

8T)Patos, (1) a Thebnn ; but (2) as 
proper name, father of Euiopeus, 9 

GifYCi, (OV, prs., whet (the teeth) ; imp. 
aor. mid. 9rjKda9io, let each one sharp- 
en well his spear, B 382. 

Oqtopai, only opt. OriotOy ipf. Orftiro, 
tGriivfJuaOa, Otjevvro, aor. ^lyr/ffaro, 
avTO, aio, and Qriaaiaro, 3 pi., {9ia), 
mirari, contemplari, ga2e ai, ad- 
mire, Q 418, ij 133 ; rivd, a 191 ; with 
part., p 64 ; ri, K 524, o 132; Qvptp, e 
76; joined with synonymous verb, ^j' 
728, 9 265. 

Otitis, 2 sing. subj. aor. from Ti9iiiii, 

OtiTtjTtjp {^9i}kopai), beholder, i. e. 
fancier, connoisseur, ^3971 (v. 1. 0jjpij* 

6i)iov, 9mov, s u 1 p li u r, brimston", % 

6ijXcas, see 9i]lXvQ. 

Oi^Xcov, ipf, {9riXkio 9dXXitt), (the 
meadows) bloomed (with violet blos- 
soms, lou), f 73t. 

OrjXvs (also with fem. substs.), vv, 
fem. ua, ai, aq, and 9r)X(aQ, E 269, and 
&T)XvTCpai, awv, yen, X 386, gentler, 
feebler, cf gentle sex; fem in in us, 
m u 1 i e b r i s. female. — (2)/y esh, refresh- 
ing (dew, « 467). 

&T))j,uva, Tov, (9eivat), congeriem, 
heap, € 368t. 

^v, — in prose, dfiTrov, allied perh. 
to 6ri, then, so then ; also ^-, ov- {hi]). 

6T|oto, mirareris, opt. from 9t]ko' 

dtjpC, 9ripi, du., and 9iip{Q, tamv, af, 
(Eng. deer), f era, wild beast, c 473. 

&T)peuT]Q<ri, dat. pi., (9riprj), vena- 
tori bus, hunters, joined adjectively 
with dvdpuaiv and Kvvtaaiv, M 41. 

Oripcvovra, part., (^^/joiy), ven a n tem, 
hunting, r 465f . 

^^9^9 VQf ^v, (9rip), venatio, choMj 
I 158. 




CT|pi)Ti{p, a, iCf ay, and Ct)pi{TopaS9 
I 544, {i^npv)i V e n a t o r, himter ; 397, 
better reading Otpjriip. 

Oriptov, TO, (9rjp)y heast, k 171 and 

OtJTcs, pi., (Qtirai , e o n d i t i o), hhnrer 
on fixed terms, hired laborer^ day laborer 
(opp. dfiiotg, vanquished seifs, slaves), 
S 644t. 

6t|<ra{aTo, 3 pi. opt. aor. from Orito- 
fiai^ mirarentur. 6i{<raT0, he mcked, 
see QdiM>. 

Qtiacus, ace. £cr, X 631, Theseus; na- 
tional heix) of Athens and Attika, A 

6^(r0ai, see Bdia. 

6v|Tcv^, inf., -ivaaixiv, 1 pi. aor., 
(Jh]Ttv(o, OrJTts), work /or hire, be a day 
laborer, X 489. 

-01 (cf Lat. -bi), suffix added to 
siibst. and pron. stems to mark place 
in which. 

9i«, Bivi, &iva, masc, (Qtivai ?),(!) 
acervus, heap, fi 45. — (2) elsewh. 

0C(rpT), town in Boiotia, voXvrprfpu)- 
va, B 502t. 

dAau>, only aor. lOXcUrc, 9\d(j(ji, 
ghnttered, E 307. 

9\i(3u),OT\\y fut. 6X£i)rcTai wfiovg, mil 
ruh his shouldei^s, p 22 It. 

On^oxuv, prs., aor. tOaviv, etc., inf. 
Gavseiv, fut. OavettrOai, pf. riOvrjKa, 
part. TtQvrjwg, wrog (and orog, ora, 
orag)^ etc., Tt9i/i]Kviav; pf. sync, rt- 
Gvaoiy airjv, rjg, rj ; TiOvdfJifv^ai)^ ri- 
Ova9iy drtoy mori, die, viro x^P^^"^ '"'" 
vog; joined with irorfiov t'jriaTrtXv, H 
52; oiKTiaTip 9avdTtp,\ 412. TtOiriio- 
Ttg and Oavovrfg, mortui, the dead. 

6vTjT^, ^, etc., (no ntr.), mortal is, 
Y41; Pporov, TT 212. 

@6as9 avTog, (1) son of Andraimon, 
B 638 ; in Aitolia. A 527.— (2) Geiog, 
son of Dionysos and of Ariadne, of 
Lemnos, a 230. — (3) a Trojan, slain 
by Menelaos, n 311. 

0<5f|, name of a Nereid, 2 40f . 

6oivt|0tjvai, nor. pass., {Qoivctut), to be 
entertained. ^ 36t. 

6^Xov, oto, only gen. sing., building 
of circular form, vith vaulted roof, in 
court- vftrd of Odysseus. (See plate 
\\\.. k1) 

O069 (no gen. sing.), only gen. dat. 
Ar^d ace pi. 9orj, diav, j/(t(cv), adv. 6ows, 

(0£(i>), citus, quick, with Salra, 38f 
proleptically ; vv^, swift-descending, be- 
cause night, in the countries on the 
Mediterranean, follows more speedily 
than with us the setting of the sun 
( cf. j3 388 ) ; vrjaoi, swiftly fitting by^ 
and sinking in the horizon, o 299. 

9o6u}, only aor. cG^cro, (^dxpov, 
p rae), acu i, brought to a point, 1 327t. 

6<$pc, aor. from bpdtaKit). 

€ovpos, ov, fern. Govpidog, tv, (fipu)- 
OKU)), impetuosus, rushing, raging, 
impetuous ; Ares, £ 30 ; cihxiig, danida, 

B6aK0%, 01 = 9CjKog, 01. 

id6iavy iuvog, {}) a Phaiakian, 9 113. 
— (2) son of Phainops, slain by Dio- 
medes, E 152. — (3) a Trojan, slain by 
Odysseus, A 422. — (4) a Trojan, com- 
rade of Asios, slain by Antilochos, M 
140, N 545. 

0^«Mra, a nymph, daughter of Phor- 
kys, mother of Polyphemos, a 71. 

0owTV|«, herald of Menestheus, M 

0pa<nos, a Paionian, slain by Achil- 
leus, * 210. [0] 

Opoo-os, TOy'iS, 416 [cL]=9dp(fog, au- 
d a c i a, boldness, courage, 

Opd(Tv-drjftog, v. 1. see QpatntpujXoc* 

Opourv-KoLpSioSy stout-hearted, K 41. 


OpcUrv-i&^itvova (ji ipLvtjS) , bravely stead- 
fast ; Herakles, E 639. 

0pa(rv-p,if8T)s, son of Nestor, 11 321, 
K 255. 

0p&(H)-|i,t|Xos9 Sarpedon's chariot- 
eer, n 463t. 

Opacrvs9 ur, ndtav, audax, bold, dar- 
ing, rash, A 553. 

Gp^louTKov, aor. iter, from Tptx(o. 

BpiirrpOj rd, {=9pi'jrTrjpia from rpi- 
(fmS), praemia education is, return 
for bringing up, ovdk tok^voiv 9ps7rTpa 
(fiiXoig dnedwKtv, A 478 and P 302, nor 
did he recompense his parents for (their 
care in) bringing him up. 

Op«|;a, aor. from rps^w. 

0p-gicT|, QpyKTjvde, QpyKTi9ev, Thraihe, 
a region in northern Greece beyond 
the Peneios, inhabited by Kikones and 
Paiones, B 845, T 485, A 222; trav- 
ersed by river Axios ; hence adj. 
0pT|iKU>v, y, 01, Tjg, Thrakian; sea, ^ 
230 ; '2a^ov = island Samoihrake^ N 
13 ; the inhabitants of Thrake are call- 




ed 6pnKf«9 oiv, (sing. Opiiuca), also 
BprjiKtg aKpoKOfAOif A 533. 

Opijvcov» iOpriviov, ipf., (9priv€(o)j 
were ruuing the funercd song (Opijvos, H 
721), O 722, oi 61. 

Opijws, wi, vv^ fooMooJ, (1) of the 
helmsman running athwart the ship, 
729. — (2) elsewh./(AO<.<<oo/, either as 
in cut No. 112, from Assyrian origi- 
nal, attached to the chair, or usually 
standing free. (See cuts Nos. 73, 74, 

Qpy^i see QpyKfi, 

Opi^K^s, oiai, coping, cornice^ pi. hat- 
Utments, p 267, (Od.) 

OpiyKo^jjf only aor. kdpiyKtaatv, 
crowned the top of the wall, to make 
it impassable, with bramble -bushes, 
4 lOf. 

6pivaKtT|, fable-island, pasture of 
the cattle of Helios, fi 135 ; the ancients 
identified it and located it in Sicily. 

9pi^, TpCxoh €f, Of, Opi^iVf c a p i 1 1 u s, 
pilus, Amr, also spoken of wool, and 
of bristles, ^ 135. 

OpiSva, rdfjlowers, X 441 f. 

Op^vtov, town of the Lokrians, B 

Op^voS) ov, etc., arm-chair^ with high 
back and footstool ; cushions were 
laid upon the seat, and over both seat 
and back carpets were spread. (See 
cut, under dpirvKa; cf. also No. 112, 
where two chairs, from Assyrian and 
from Greek originals, are represented.) 

Op^oSy o, speech, tongue, A 437 f. 

6pvX(x®T|, aor. pass., {OpvXiooio), was 
crushed, "¥ 396t. 

9pvov, TO, coll., ru hes, 4> 35 If. [»"] 

0pvov, TO, (lit. reedy), and @pu6co-- 
ou TTokiQ (lit. reed-town), a town on a 
ford of the Alpheios, B 592, A 711. 

OpwoxftKn., ijjv, prs., ipf., aor. 9vpi, 
Bopotv, etc., salirc, leap, ini (tv) rii^t, 
invadere, attack. 

6p«fO}&y, dat., {9pw<jKui), vtSioio, ris- 
ing or rise of the plain (on Skaman- 
dros), K 160. (II.) 

Ovydnip, kpog, oc» ^pi, ^pa^ fpiQy spsa- 
9iv; sync. OvyoTpog, i, Qvyarpa, rptg^ 
rpCJVt filia, dat^hter, O 197. [y in 
forms of four and five syllables.] 

Ovicoroiv, see Ovoq. 

OvcXXa, y, av, ai^ aq^ (Bvui), tempest 
(of wind or of fire) ; also of sudden gust 
which, like the Harpies, snatches away 

those who suddenly and in'ecoverably 
disappear, v 63, d 515. [«)] 

0v^aTT|s, brother of Atreus, 5 517, 
B 107 ; father of Aigisthos, who is 
hence called 0vcaTid8^s, ^ 518. 

Ovi^cis (9vog), smoking with incense, 
fragrant, 48. 

Cvi)Xds9 '"flf » (9vuj), part of the vie- 
tim to be burned, I 220f. 

6iip.-aX7^os, a, ea, kg, (dXyog), heart- 
paining, grieving, tt 69. 

iv^-apioy kg, dear, welcome, p 199, 
1 336. 

0vp.Ppatos, a Trojan, slain by Dio- 
medes, A 320t. 

@iip,ppv|, plain bordering on the 
Thynibrios, a branch of the Skaman- 
dros, K 430t. 

BvyL-^yepitov (oy«ipw), scarcely still 
rallying the life in one, tired out, rj 

Cvfji-TiS^a, ntr. pi., (aStXv), delighting 
the heart, agreeable, tt 389 f. 

€vp.-tjpcs {tpi-jjpeg), pleasantly, k 

6v}Jio-P6pov, 010, <p, {^opa), ipiSog, 
heart-gnawing, H 301. (II.) 

Cvfjio-SaKifs (daKkiv)i stinging to the 
heart, 185t. 

©vfjLoCrns, a Trojan chief, V 146t. 

6vp.o - X€ovT(^ ace, lion-hearted, E 

6i)p,o-pa!i(ml)s> kutv, (paiio), life-de- 
stroying, N 544. (II.) 

iv^6%y ov, (p, 6v, (O^Lj), strictly, that 
which is in constant motion (blood as the 
vehicle of the anima), (1) life, vital 
strength, iXtoOai, dTroTrviiwv, etc. — (2) 
heart, as seat of emotions, courage ; 
also wraih, dirb dvp.ov = dwo-Ovpiog ; 
as feeling desire, appetite (even for food 
and drink). — (3) as seat of reason ; 
mind, thought, Iv Bvptfi (3a\ka9at, lay to 
■ heart. — (4) in general signif. disposition, 
nature, heart, — kv oriiBtaai, ^ 215; 
(iV) 9vpif, locat., in (his) heart, soul, 
V 145, V 301, 304 ; from the heaii., seri- 
ously, O 212, Q 778; Kara (ppkva Kai 
Kara 9vfinv, mente animoque, in 
mind and in soul, in the inmost heart ; 
9vp6g, used as equivalent to one^s own 
selft 298,0 202, X 122. 

6v|jL<Mt>0($pos9 or, n,(<p9tipu)'), destroy- 
ing life, fraught urith death, filial ; Z 169, 
inciting to murder; at risk of his life, 
wanton^ t 323 •, o 7 V^, cwwwtmvag ^^gtwAV 

Mntv IJ 

Mmv, part, prs,, imp. Svre, besides 
these forms. ipT. Ovvi, ov, (duu), nuh or 
dan aiang, charge, A 342. 

«{l^,iitr..(tlvac),«ionHi,0 ISSf. 

Bdou, gen. , arbor-vitae, with fragrant 
wood, * 60|. 

9iiia, Gmuv, ntr., bumi-ojferi'yi, Z 

9So-inirios, 0., (atoffiv), one vAp^from 
the amoke ri)iag from On burnt-ojering, 
dravji an omea, Q 221. p 145. 

fuuiB, oaW pf. pare TrfvaqUvor, 

Bilp<i{€. fonts, to the door, Jbrtb, oat, 
E694.< 410. 

Sipo-upovt, HCC, p)., (uf^a). gaardmg 
the doori, X 69 f-. 

BCptdv, Tiiv. door-^nr, placed by 
Polyphemoa at mouth of hia den, 
< 240. (Od.) 

WptTpo, T«, (Wpi(), wins* ^f" *>■"■■ 
iioar,B41S; obAq^', ;( 137, near 10 the 
orJ/«.Xaipi,f (Bee plate III,, o). [S] 

Ovpi|, no gen. ami dnt. fXn^., pL gen. 
(luv, dat. -gnt, door, folding doors, gait, 
a 441,^ 47; cntnisce, v 370; B 788, 
ivi ftjpKin, =0* thi court (cf. our phrase 
' Sublime Porte,' as designation of Sul- 
tan, also [Xen.] ^aoiXf^c fli/.m). 
BiipiiSh f 352 = (>u|n|<bi, foriB,/unA. 
eilp|t;t,foras. [.-i] 

SvirSviJfcnrav (auontoi), HeiWji tiuw^ 
HJ, niUBj-towefcii, E 738. (D.) 

AStr&viH, o'c, (0uw), tafli, taueU, B 
448._ (II,) [6] 

vvirSXa, Tfl, (ftiiiu), implements em- 
ployed at Oleics of Uionyaoa, Tigrii, Z 
I34t. (.See cats.) 

mai, aaptv, aai, 
(e/,oc, I us). oJler 
by throwing or 
pouring upon ^e 
Are to be banU a 
part of. £ 446, o 
260. (See adjoin- 

aa),/™srfl«,; 121. 

e«^, r^v, mnl- 
ttim.peaallg,0 192, 
N 669. 
14.-(2) oooBeMUS, 
. JucuWc, E 3, to the as- 


iGwptf^), cuirataeti, v tzv. ^^i-J 

0(ipii|{, no daL pi., breai^lale, cainai, 
carielet, A 19 eqq. ; usually of brunse, 
consisting of two plates (_yiia^a). (See 
adjacent cut, also cuts Nos. 36 ukI 78.) 

uiwc, a noble Egyptian, i 
from 6uipiTn-qc, 

The cuirass fitted closely to the body, 
and was cut square ofT at the waist ; 
the shoulder pieces (see cut) were drawn 
down by small chains and fastened to 
I.86«v,prs.. \iit.6ii.(eiiu),(l)/ieme. buttons (see cut So. 78); tho metal 
mrge ; of water, * 234, rushing with plates were united by clasps (see cut 
swollen stream ; ai/iari, mnam m blood. No. 22) ; the upper part of the thighs 
— (2) saevire, A 342, rage*; iripi was protected by the /iirmj, worn over 
wp<> ifxf'i. raped charging around and the apron, Jw/in, of leather or fait, by 
in fVont with his spear, n 699. its metal lisp, Trripvyis (Noa. IS, 36, 

II. edorro, part, pre., ipf. Bvi, aor. 85), or plates (Nos. 8, 36, 78) ; over th* 




OwpffI, fiirpii, and ^wfia was bound the 
lioirrnp (Nos. 3, 78), below which pro- 
jected the lower end of the x"'**^'' 
(Nos. 3, 22, 36, 78 ; cf. Xivo9(opi]^ and 
Oup^aafay pr., ipf. mid. 3 da. Bu^pfia- 

(TtaBoVf N 301 ; fut. aor. act. and mid., 
(6wpriK)i orm iHth breastplate, or cuirasSf 
mid. arm one^s self, H 101 ; aor. pass. 
9u)pr)xBri<Tav^ Orjvatj OevrfCj F 340, A 
226, B 530, ((T*v) Tevx^oiv, (530) 376. 
Ow€s> 9(i}(i}v, o\y jackals, A 474. (XL) 


fa, iTiQ, see i oc. la, see Ioq. , 
Wvci, ofiaiy erai, prs., ipf. laivtro, 
aor. irivaTS, irivy^ aor. pass. idvOriQ^ ly, 
subj. yc» y» calefacere. warm, pass., 
c al ef i er i, ic 359 ; cAecr, lighten, 5 549 ; 
pass. (TpiVf lis gaudeo, ^cube delif/ht in 
them, freq. with 9vp6v, ^pkvaq. [ t ] 
'loipo, a Nereid, 2 42t. « 
l^XXciv, prs., ipf laAAor, cr, aor. 
iiyXa, €, ov, I'^Xai, mitto, send /brth, 
usually with stti, followed by dat. or 
ace. ; V 142, aTifiiyai, assail with in- 
sults, [t] 

*IdX}xcvos, son of Ares, chief of 
Boiotians, B 512. (II.) 
lofjicv^, Troian chief, M 139t. [7] 
'Idvcuroa, *Iavcipa, Nereids, 2 471. 

l(£v6i), aor. pass, from iaivat, 

laro, ipf., fut. lijfftTat, aor. iriffaaBai^ 
curare, tend, rivd, ri; heal, M 2, i 
525. [7] 

1dovcs> Tonians, N 685t. [-^ — w w] 

'I&ircT^s, a Titan, e 479t. 

IdirqQ, cf. Kara-lcnrry, p. 169. 

*Iap8&vos, river (1) in Kreta,y 292. 
—(2) in Elis, near Pheiai, H 135. 

Xtm (el pi), eunt. 

*I&<rt8t)s> son of Jasos, (1) Amphion, 
X 283.— (2) Dmetor, p 443. [I] 
I *I&oittv, (ovog. beloved by Demeter, 
slain by thunderbolt of Zeus, e 126t. 

"Icfarov 'Afryos, a 246 f= the entire 
Peloponnesos. [7] 

1diro«, (1) son of Sphalos, leader 
of Athenians, slain by Aineias, O 332. 
— (2) father of Amphion. — (3) father 
of Dmetor. 

lavciv, prs., ipf- lavov, iter. lamoKov, 
-fv, aor^iaittiatiX 261, and acora, napev, 
ffav, aiffai, aaafiev, tt 367, (FAS), per- 


noctare, pass the night, sleep, also with 
vvKTa, vvKTag, I 325, r 340. [t; a 
when augmented.] 

Idxtj, rjgy y, (Aaxi?), clamor, cry, 
shout; in field, hunt, or distress. [I] 

Idxwv, ovoa, part, prs., ipf. laxf-, ov, 
(Aa'xw, Ger. wi eh em ?), cry aloud, of 
single person or of many, B 333; of 
things, strepere, ring, roar, twang, 
hiss, resound, crackle, ^216. [i ; though 
orig. having P, it is often augmented, 
when t becomes 7.] 

'IouXki^, town in Thessaly, tifpy- 
XO(0<^,X 256, B 712. 

iyv^v, rfjv, (yoiw), po pi item, 
inner part of the knee, hollow of the 
knee, N 212t. [i)] 

'ISaios, (1) son of Dares, a Trojan, 
E 11.— (2) herald of Trojans, r 248 ; 
charioteer of Priamos, Q 470. [7] 

*I8aios, of Mount Ida, Idaean, (1) 
Zeus, n 605; Q 291, Kpovuovi. — {2) 
opcwv, Idaean mountains = Ida, 6 170, 
T 189. [7] 

I8€ = ^^t,et, r 194, a 113. 

iSt, i^ttiv, ihoKi, vidit, see EI A V. 
I8^a>, sciam, see EI A IV. 

"ISti, riQ, Ida, a mountain range, rich 
in springs, ravines, forests, and game, 
extending from Phrygia, through My- 
sia, toward the Hellespont, and subsid- 
ing into the plain near Troy, B 821, 
A 183; its summit, Tdpyapov, Zeus 
'ldtf9tv,frojn Ida (as his seat), 397, 
peSftov, r 276. 

tSnai, cernas, see EI A V. 

"loTis, 60), father of Kleopatra, I 558t. 

iSlov, ntr., iri, (viduus), priva- 
tum. |)rtmfe, ^ 314. (Od.) [ww] 

iSiov, ipf., (ffPid-, Eng. sweaty I 
was sweaiing^ v ^04^ \5\ 




f8fjicv(ai), scire, see ETA IV. 

18v<iSCt|, Odi;. aur. pans, from idvua>, 
(oTTKTw), bent hiiiiself (uacKwaru), B 

ISoCaro, vide rent, see ETA V. 

*i8o}xcvcvs> fjof: and koi', son of Deu- 
kalion, grandson of Minos, chieftain in 
Kreta, A 265, M 117, B 645; (rOet^ot: 
'idofiivfjoi;. periphrasis=:Idomeneus, N 
248 ; his son Arsilochos, v 259 ; com- 
rade in arms Meriones, ^ 113. 

l8pcCT|, dat., (i^jotf), by skill (in bat- 
tle). 11 359. (II.) 

tSpis, t€Q, (iS^evai), p e r i t u s, skilled^ 
shVim, with inf., ly 108. (Od.) 

iop<0OVT(^ at,', ovaa, lOpwaai, part, 
prs., fut. idptixTfi^ aor. 'iSptotraf (V^pwg), 
sudare, sioeat, idpuj, A 27 ', be drenched 
with stoeatj B 388. 

tSpvc, imp. prs., aor. 'idpvatf aaaa, 
bid be seated^ B 191 ; aor. pass. iSpvv- 
6i)crav, took their seats. [ju'\ 

ISpus, dat. tpy ace. <i5, i^ihov), sudor, 
sweai^ with idpoa>, A 27. 

ISvto, sciens, see ETA IV. t8a)(p,i), 
see EIA V. Ic, lev, ibat. tci, mitte- 

lcit)=fof, iret. Ufuvoi, mid., tcv, 
ipf. 3 pi. aor. from V'jj/it. 

tcvrai, X 304, and Utrdf, M 274, va- 
riae lectiones for Vc- from Yi;/it. 

Upciav, TriVi(iEptv(:), priestess, Z 300+. 

tcpcvs, ^a, jjff, and Ipivg, (tf/oof), 
sacrificial priest of a single god, also 
soothsayer, A 23. [<] 

IcpcvcTC, prs., ipf. iepevov, iter. Ijoci;- 
c(7icov, V 3 ; fut. ip6V(Tefitv, aeiv, etc., 
aor. if/oeufffv, mid. IpivaatrQai. r 198; 
pass, plupf. ikpivTo, Q 125. (ifpiiig) ; 
slaughter, Z 174; oj/er, sacrifice, 0f /fi ; 
leivt^j, in the stranger's honor. 

Upifiov, i7ta, (if(0«;c)i victim a. tnc- 
<M», animcUfor sacrifice or slavghUr, ^ 
94. ^ 

Up^, ^, or,(ic:?),«<rong^, mighty, fresh, 
K 66, A 378, P 464, joined, in this 
signif., with if, /Jisvog, Ix'^vg ; holy, of 
day, darkness, rivers, barley; sacer, 
sacred, of altar, grove, house, heca- 
tombs, cities, localities. 108, a 2 ; 
hcUloujed, of threshing-floor, olive-tree. 

if p6v, a, and ipov, a, subst., sacrum, 
peZeiv, €'(o5£tv=sacrificare, »acn/fce, 
a 61 ; victimae, wc<tTO, A 147. 

lldytt, prs., ipf. 'i^avep, ov, (iK<tf), 

consido, sit; instituted a contest, of 
bade the broad assembly be seated, 
^ 258. 

ttci, prs. act. and mid., ipf. V^ov and 
mid., iter. 'i^taKi, {aicjij, si do), take 
one^s seat, with gen. of place, 1218, cf. 
TT 53 ; lie dotvn, recUne (also mid.), F 326t 
X 335 ; bid be seated, nvd, Q 553 ; /3ov- 
X/yi', ho'd a council. 

tT|Xc, at, ov, aor. from laXXco. 

*It)Xv(r<^, town in Khodos, B 656f . 

ttjp.1, peculiar forms : 3 pi. prs. icTtri, 
inf. Ufievai, ipf. 'iei, 'Uv, aor. ^(cf, m itto, 
send (n 152, Aarties^, /)u< to), cast, let 
faV, airi) s9fv, xafiaZ,i ; ^fptaOat, hurl- 
ed headlong, esp. sJioot (with and witli- 
out obj.), TivoQ, Bwi Tiva ; let flow forth 
( voice, a river its waters ) ; let loose 
(hair), mid. cupio, endeavor, strive 
after, with gen., with inf. 'Epijiiah^ 
TTpooffit) ; hasten, v 334 ; pres. part. mid. 
UfLivoQ, cupidus, co^er. [l in pres.; 
but freq.,«sp. in part, and ipf., 7.] 

li^varc, aor. from laivut, and li{ou- 
(r6c, nOai, from Ido/jtai. Xrnoxy cat. 

*lT|aovi8t)s> Euneos, son of *Ii{craiv, 
leader of Argonauts, /i 72, H 469. 

lt)Ti]p, rjpog, rjpa, and lT|Tp^, oi, otc, 
(Idofjiai), medic us, hecder, p 384, II 
28. [7] 

ICai-YCv^cmn, dat. pi., {tOvc* -ycv^c)* 
bom in lawful wedlock, legitimate, ^ 203 f. 


*I6ai-fiiinr)s> father of Sthenelaos, n 

*I6(£Kt), native island of Odysseus ; 
the ancients identified as Ithaka the 
present island Theaki, with mts. 'Sijpi- 
Tog, 'Sriiog, Kopa^ ; its harbor, *Pm- 
9pov ; epithets, a/i0taXu>, tvdtikXov, cv- 
KTifikvrig^ Kpavarjg, nanraXotirnav, Tpri- 
X^iVQ' Hence *I6aKT|v8c, to Ithaka ; the 
inhabitants, *IOaici)arioi. [i^a.] 

'"lOaKos, eponvmous hero of island 
Ithaka, p 207 f. '[l9a.;\ 

tOi, imp. from ei/it, often with aye. 

tOfJiaro, rd, (i6vg)i ftraight flight, £ 


lOlivrara, sup. from idvg, 

lO^vci, prs., ipf. IBvviv, ov ; prs. ipf. 
mid., aor. pass. iOvvGrirriv, {iOrg), hew 
so as to be straight, 0121; mcike straight, 
p 341 ; direct, guide (missiles, ship), in 
a given direction, with ace, E 290, also 
IttI Tivi ; n 475. pass., placed themselves 
in line, i. e. parallel to the pole; mid. i*fc' 




flexive, vhu directing Mi arrow, etc., 

Idv-trrCiitfva, ace, (wtrofiai, Y 99), 
stratifying (lance), * 1 69t. [ 

— ] 
I. I0vs» eta, V, straightforward, 

shmght, jrut, ^ 580 ; iBvvTara, most 


IL lOvs and I6v, adv., straight at^ 
straight for^ with gen., E 849 ; with 
verbs of motion, tpiptiv, biing against 
(in hostile signif.). 

III. IWv, rj7V, (?/« v), wfwfertoib'n^, ea?- 
pedUion, B 434, Z 79 ; tenden<y^ course^ 
TT 304, upright or faithless disposition ; 
av iOvVf straight upward. [7] 

i9vto, only aor. ttfvcrc, aav, (iOvg), go 
Hraight forward, advance, aUack (of 
lion and warriors), M 48 ; with gen., 
693, viog ; with inf., desire. 

*IOc&fjiT|, town in Thessaly, B 729t. 

Udvtty prs., ipf. aor. and prs. mid., 
(tcoi), arrive at, reach, rivd, ti, with 
designations of place and names of 
persons ; less freq. with prep. ; yovvd 
VIVOS, supplicare alicui, come as 
suppliant ; rod', come hither ; noun de- 
noting mental condition (e. g. grief, 
pain), is sometimes found as subj. ; iica- 
vti TivoL Kpadiriv (rivi fJTop), v 228. 
[(, in ipf. ft and I] 

'lKapio«» father of Penelope, broth- 
er of Tyndareos, a 276, 329, d 797. 

lK<£pio^ -TTovTog, S.W. of Asia Mi- 
nor, B USf. [JLKd.'] 

ticfXoS) tfiy ov, 01, ly, (yiic, soiKo), si- 
mi lis, like, Tivi, N 53. (See tiKfXoQ.) 

'lKCTaov(8v|s, son of Hikekum, Mela- 
nippos, O 546 f. [i] 

iKcrdw, (1) * scion of Ares,* son of 
Laomedon, Priamos's brother, r 147, 
Y 238.— (2) father. of Melanippos, O 
576. [i] 

Umvov, ipf., aor. iKinvfra, etc., (iicl- 
Tiyc), supplicare, approach (zs suppU- 
aiu, (its) Tivd (n 574), ij 292 ; with ace. 
and inf., X 530. (Od.) [i] 

ticln|S9 O.0, €io, at, dujp, ym, no dat. 
sing, or accus. pi., (i'lcw), supplex, 
sxippliant^ for protection, and esp. in 
search of purification from homicide 
(cf. Tlepolemos, J^vkophron, Patro- 
klos), i 269, 4> 75. [i] 

Ucnljcriot Zf?'*f, protector of suppli- 
«rt«,v213t. [i] 

tKT|ai, see iKvkofiat. 

*Ik,jlolXu>s, rkKTitiv in Ithaka, r 57+. 

lK)xds, »/, humor, moisture, P 392f. 

tKficvov (fiKiM}) ovpoPffair Ibllowing 
wind, A 479. (Od.) 

iicvcvfjicvai, .prs. part., \Kvtvfita9a, 
ipf., (View), arrive, i 128. (Od.) 

iKpia, iKpi6(fnv, {aKpog), deck, which 
in the Homeric ship was partial, only 
fore and aft (see phUe IV., at end cf 
vol.); € 252, ribs of ship. (See cuts 
Nos. 15 and 35.) 

tKO), ipf. I/f€, aor. lEov, €c, «» mid. 
prs. 'iKoftai, subj. 2 sing. tjcT/ai, opt. 
3 pi. iKoiaro, aor. iKupijv, fut. 'i^trai, 
'i^tffOai, consequi, rpjir/^^ rivd, ri ; 
TiKfusip, the goal ; riXoQ pvOiov, sub- 
stance of discourse, end proposed ; 
ijfirig fiSTpov, full strength of youth, 
arrive a t dawn, old age ; also with 
irpoQ, iTTi, its, ptrd rt {riva), o'lKadf, 
divpo (rod', p 524, 444, thither), so 
generally ^ne ; virorpoirov, r e d u c e m , 
come back, return ; an abstract noun is 
freq. the subj., e. g. wrath, grief, long- 
ing, Vxrft rivd (<l>pkvag) ; whom wander- 
ing (exile) and distress and grie f befa ll, 
o 345 ; c haracter's^ v 228 ; CaafXOQ, 
division (of spoils) amves, A 166 ; x"- 
pag,fall into hands of ; also = s u p p 1 i- 
care, rivd, -k 424, I 516 ; cf. rd od 
yovva, I 267. [t, but Jkito.^ 

lXa8($v (lA}}), adv., cater va t im, t» 
troops, B 93t. 

tXdCos, ov, (iXaw), placabilis, pro^ 
pitious, gentle, I 639. (II.) [I] 

IXdovrai, B 550. IXdo-KOvrai, (aQat, 
ipf. iXdoKovro, fut. iKdtraopai, aoeai, 
iXaoopeaOa, and aor. iXaerora/ucvot, (VAa- 
og), p 1 a c a r e, reconcile one's sefto, make 
propitious, appease ; 9e6v jravpoitri xai 
dpvetoig, fioXiry, A 472. [7] 

'IXi]iov irco(ov, plain of Ilion, * 
558t. [7] 

IXiiK-goi, subj., opt. iXrjKoi, imp. 
tXtjCi, i'iXaog), be gracious, 365. (Od.) 

'iXi<53cv,/rom llios. *IXi^Ol irpi, be- 
fore Ilios. *lXi<S<|>i = 'IX(ov. 

"iXtov, ro, O 71, elsewh. "IXios, ij, 

(1) Ilios or lion, the residence of Priar 
mos, and capital city of the Trojan plain 
(see plate V., at end of vol.) ; epithets, 
aiTreivf), aiiru, ipareivf}v, ivrUxiov, ^v«- 
potaoav, isfyqv, d^pvotcoa, Trvpyor. — 

(2) in wider 8\ga\^., Uva regfwm obovX 

IXXdn 1 

l>oy,'IXiov (fou., A 71, T 182s "f^fv 
tlvovi^aa^, /3 172. 

IXXSm, rait, (itt£<«). mih ImMfd 
roi-ds. N 57at. 

*IXi>t, (1) Bon ofTros, father of La- 
omedon, Y 232 ; *I\au (T'j/ia, K 415 ; 

tXiiot, riJQ, (luCum), mud, iline, 4> 
818f. C'^v.) 

luit, rtiTi, n, av, laai. at, masc, 
JeaMer tlmp or f&M^, (I) in conneclion 
with the chamt, (a) WrofM in which 
chariot-box was hunp, or, perh. more 
likelj, the itettBork "/plaUcd itrapt en- 
closing the body of [he chariot. E 7S7 ; 
(b) the i-eini. + 334. 363 ; (c) tie holler, 
e 544.— (i) dan-trp ofhelmtt, V 37\. 
— (3) ce«(ru of boxerr", see wyiiaxot. — 
(4) ifc Uath or latck-itH«g by whicli 
doors were fastened anil unfastened. 
See adjaceol cut, in four divisiong : 





1 " 


above, the closed, below the nnfasten- 
eil door ; on the left, a* seen from the 
iimer side, on the right as seen fram 
the outside. To close, now, the door 
fi'Om the outside, (he string, hanging 
loosely in fig, 1, was pulloj until it 
drew the bolt from the position of fig. 
2 to that of fig. 3. when it was made 
fast by a knot difficult to nntie lo the 
ring. tBpiifri, t, fig. 4. To open, from 
lie oalside, the string was finl untied, 

and (hen the eXtjic, not unlike a hook 
(fig, 4,/), was ititrodticed through the 
key-hole, c, and by means of a crook 
(p,'fig. 3) ex the end of it the bolt was 
poshed back from the position of fig. 3 
to that of fig. 2 and the door opened, 
a 442. — (5) ierf-eord. — (6) miijric girdit 
of Aphrodite. 3 214, 219.— (7) thong 
irhich makei tie drill reou/uR (See cut 
No. 127.) [7] 

t|M(r4Xi|f, i)v, gen. and acc.r),(i/iac), 
laii, vAip, •* 582. 

l)tajw, snbj. {T, aor. i/ian, (ifuic)r 
fufi, E 5b9 ; beat, B 782. O IT. 

'I|ippa0i&i)t, SOD of Imbrasofi, Fei- 
roos, A 520t. 

'I|iPpl01, ioAabitanl oflmbrog, <t 43 ; 
but proper name in N 171, 197; son 
of Mentor, son-in-law of I'riamos, slain 
by Teukros. 

1|ll^pot, island on coast of Thrake, 
with capil^ city of same name, S 2S1, 

[fuCpm, mil, mid, -lai, itbi, o/itvoc 
with gen. or inf., t 209, S 163. [i] 


Ijiipijfit, vfVToc, ™, 6iinmv, 6i%i, 
{Jliffluf), cinrmtn^; yooi, /imd, patticm- 
ate lament ; ntr. as adv., 1 570. 

I(i»poi, ov, {fffjinpot), desiderinm, 
lousing, rcvrif ; paitianate longing, lave ; 
jrnrpuc ynoiD.yearnine after tears^to 
weep for his father, p] 

t)iapTdv, masc, anioennm, foeefy, 
B 751. I|i)uv<u— r'ivRi, ire. 

!va, pronominal adverb, qua (vik 
or ralione), wAere, KutereinWl, litre- 
vrith, r 252; 'iW mp, O 382, v 864, 
uhi maneant; I 58, quo (plan- 
stro) ttveham. — (1) ubi, icitre. B 
558, E 360, < 136. ^ 821, K 127 (r' dp ?) ; 
in eireumiUmeei u> mhich he would not 
be able to obtain fire from any other 
source or Vvn may be taken as final, 
M order that he mav not need lo kindle, 
f 490.— (2) at,lhat,iaorderlh'it,DeyeT 
repeated {y 78, not a genuine tine), 
(a) with snbj,, after principal tenses, 
S 484, <t 207, r 252, A 203, 307, 
(joined with ci, p 156), with imp., a 
302, A 363, q 165 (also A 410); some- 
times with sithj, even after historical 
lenses, H 26, 1 99, 495 ; (h) with opt 
after historical tenses, y 2, 77 ; after 
opt, { 408, even after prindpal tense, 




p 250 ; (c) subj. and opt. interchanged 
(text coiTupt), O 698, cf. Q 584 and 
686. r^^, in arsi --'—.] 

IvSdXXcnu, rof {eldoc), apparet, 
videtur, rig rivi, with part., but r 
224, it appears to me, in my mind, Jhats 
before me in recollection. 

ivcoi, dat. pi. from "tg. 

IvCov, ov, (fiv-), bone of the back of 
th'- head, back of head, E 73. (11.) 

*Ivu» see AtvKoOsa. 

l{dtXov aiyvg dypiovj A 105+, ap- 
parently designates a species of wild 
goat = perh. chamois, 

*liiovvi\='lKi***voQ, S 317, mother 
of Peirithoos. 

t|ov9 see 'Uio. 

IJvS ry, waist, t 231. (Od.) 

lo-8vc^S (tov, Kve<l>ag), violet, dark, 
violet blue, of wool, 6 135. (Od.) [i] 

Io-8<Skos» ov, {log, ^eic, Stxofiai), ar- 
row-receiving^ 12, of quiver. [7] 

U»-f iS^oSy gen., ka,(Jov), violet-colored, 
dark blue, i 66. [I] 

Ucvra {log) otdripov, rusty iron; 
others interpret, violet -colored, dark, 
from iov, "if 850t. [i] 

l^|i«»poi> adj. applied to 'ApveToc, A 
242, S 479 {U>-Tr)g ?), of doubtful deriv. 
and sign if., skiUed in arrow-shooting = 
cowardly; or .«trong in toishing and worth- 
less in action. (U.) 

Xov, gen. from fiov, (vio-lae), col- 
lective noun, violets, e 72t. 

Iov0<£8os9 rijg, barbatae, shaggy, 
^ sof. [0, 

Usy y , 6v, pi. ioi, (la, Y 68), wv, oioi, 
ovy, 8 agitta, arrow, A 515. 

(iog) if, to, irjg, iy, u n u s, a, one, N 
354, A 437. (II. and K 435.) [i] 

l^Ti|Tu ra, (ifi(pog), rtvcg, wHl, mov- 
w^jb 4T. 

lovXovs, rovg, {pv\og),first growth of 
the heard, downy hair, X 319t. [t] 

io-x^oipo, av, {log, x***')» ^^ow- 
t hooting, E 53. 

lirirotcai, 2 sing, prs., <Aom art driv- 
ing (thy steeds), "¥ 426+. 

'Iinrao-iSviSs son of Hippasos, (1) 
Apisaon. — (2) Hypsenor. — (3) Cha- 
rops, and his brother Sokos, A 431. 

iinrcCov, ov, dwv, y, ycrt, (Yttttoc). of 
wfor horses, horse — ; \6<j>ov, horse-hair 
plume, O 637. 

iirirtvg, iirKrieg, Tfutv, fvot, fjac, (iir- 
vog), hero fighting from chariot, contest- 

ant for prize in chariot-race, A 297, 
^ 262. 

linr-TiXdaCt) (IXavvio) odog, road 
where chariots may be driven, H 340 
and 439. 

linr-T|XdTa, 6, {kXavvui), driver of 
horses, fighter from chariot, knight, H 
126, y 436. 

linr-i^XclToSf passable with chariots; 
d 607, adapted to driving horses. 

'Iinr-n 510X701 {(ifikXyui), mare-milkers, 
Bippemo^oi, a Skythian tribe, N 5. 

linrio-X*^'"l»'> ^^c., (xrt/ri;), of horse- 
hair ^ (f horse's mane, Z 469. 

linrio*xapt&t)v, ace, {x"PM\fi9^€r 
from a chariot^ Q 257, X 259. 

tinro-P^oio, if), ov, {^oaKui), horse- 
nourishing, horse-breeding, epithet esp. 
of Argos, B 287. 

'> avra, Trojan warrior, 
slain by Achilleus, Y 401. 

'Iinro-Sdtiifia, (1) daughter of An- 
chises, N 429. — (2) attendant of Penel- 
ope, <r 182. — (3) Kkvrog, wife of Pei- 
rithoos, B 742. 

iirir^-^d/4U(;, -SdfJioio, ov, ov, oi, ior^ 
otoi, ovg^ {da/jtav)^ horse taming, epithet 
of heroes and of Trojans, y 17, 181. 

Xinr($ - oa)u>s, slain by Odysseus, 
A 335t. 

liriro-Sdo'Cia, r}g, ag, {Saot'v), rci^h 
thick horse-hair plume, bushy with hm^se- 
hair, N 714. 

iinri^ - 8po|Jios> course for chariots, 
^ 330t. 

linr<SOcv, from the (wooden) horse, 
9 515, X 531. 

'IinrtJ-Ooos, (1) son of Priamos, 12 
251.— (2) ArjOolo IleXaoyov i;io(,P 289. 

liriro-KcXcvOc (KeXivoj), horse-wgi' g, 
suiff-di-iving, Vatroklos, n 126. (11.) 

tinro-K^fjiov, or, oi, wv, {Kofiri), decked 
with horse-hair, IT 338. 

linro - Kopvo^a(, ac, ( Kopvoau) \ 
chariot-equipping, fighters from chariots, 
epithet of heroes; also of Maioniatns 
and Paionians, B 1, Q 677. 

'Iinro-K^v, cousin of Hhesos, K 

'Iinr<5-Xoxos, (1) son of Antimachos 
slain by Agamemnon, A 122. — (2) a 
Lykian, son of Bellerophontes. fiUlier 
of Glaukos, Z 206. 

linr6-^Xoq, fighting on horse-lack 
(v. L t3r?rd^a|ioi). Is. \oV\. 




'Iinr6-yAxo9y son of Antimachos, 
•lain by JLeonteus, M ISOf. 

*Iinr6-voos, a Greek warrior, slain 
by Hektor, A SOSf. 

iiriro-ir<5X«v (colere), horse-rearing, 
horse-training^ QpyKtov^'S 4 and 5J 227. 

tinros, sing., du., (-oui'), and pi., 
comm., but usually fern., (no voc), 
equus, equa, hors,, mjre, dpfffvtg, 
y/yA«fC, and OfiXeiai. In battle and for 
common use, horses were not ridden 
but harnessed, hence dn. and pl.=freq. 
<pan, i. e. war-chariot tcith horses, and 
this even when only the chariot is re- 
ferred to, r 26.5, 113, E 13 and 163; 
opp. infantry, foot, 2 1 53 ; op p. war- 
riors, B 554 ; aXoQ iTrTroi, in simile, d 

imrofrvvri^ awi', ac, art of f^hting 
from chariot^ w 40 and II. [vj 

linr^d, 6, chariot fighter, knight; esp. 
as epithet of Nestor. B 336, 628. 

*IinroTd8T|Sj son of Wppote^, Aiolos, 

*IinroT(«v, slain by Mcriones, S 
514; father of Morys,N 792. [i] 

tinr-ovpis, IV y (oupd)y with horse- taU 
plume, T 382. 

iTTTOfiai, only 3 sing, i^rcrak, aor. 
i\l/doy (icere), castigare, chastise, 
spoken of gods and of kings, A 454, 
B 193. 

tpcvs, see ieptvc, IpcvoxurOai, see 

*ipTJ, town of Agamemnon, in Mes- 
sene, 1 150. 

ipt){, Kog, t, eg, tov = accipiter, 
hawk, O 237. [t] 

^IpiSf tv, I, epithets : fleet as the wind, 
409 ; swift, B 786, E 353, 790, 399, 
O 172; Iris, in the Iliad, messenger 
of the gods, with golden wings, 398. 
She delivers on the battle-field mes- 
sages to gods and men ; to the latter, 
usually in assumed human form. 

Xpiv, IpKToiv, (strictly ace. sing, and 
dat. pi. from preceding), rainbow, A 27, 

tp6v, a, see Upog. 

*Ipos, lit. messenger, nickname of 
'kpva'iog; impudent beggar and par- 
nsite of suitors, vanquished in box- 
ing-match by Odysseus, a 1 sqq., 73, 

Is, Iva^lvsg, tve(Ti,(Pig),sinew8, nervi, 
t>}j)^^., muscular strength, vis; then, in 

general, strength, force, pofieer, e. g. o^ 
wind and waves ; freq. in periphrasis, 
with Kpanp^ or tpr\, tr 3. 

Urdtovoray ipf. iter. mid. hdtnuro^ 
(JfTog)^ aequans, balancing, M 435; 
m:ide herself equal, Q 607. [7] 

lo-av, (1) ibant. — (2) noverant, 
see EIA IV. 

''I(rav8pos> son of Bellerophonies, 
slain by xVres, Z 197. (II.) 

urcuri, n o V e r u n t, see EIA IV. 
lorcuTKCTo, see iad^ovoa. tcrOi, s c i to. 

ur9|uov, TO, (iaOfiog), close-fitting neck- 
lice, n 300t. (See cuts, Nos. 2, 43. and 
44, 100.) 

I. t<rK€, ipf., (in-sece, say), scdd; 
Xiyuiv^ stpoke relating, r 203, x Si- 
ll. tcTKOKTcst ovaa. (i(yoc), assi ma- 
lar e, imitate, make like, d 279; ifik aoi, 
taking me for thee. 

'"Xo'p.apos, city of Kikones, i 40. 

Urd-Of OS, godlike (in figure) ; epithet 
of heroes, r 310 ; in Odyssey, of Te- 
lemachos, a 324. [7] 

Ur<$-|M>pov, ace, having an equal sharcy 
equally powerful, equal, O 209t. [I] 

lo-<S-irc8ov, ace, to, level ground, N 

toos, ov, 01 ; 17, r}g, y, rjv, ag ; ov, a, 
(PTfTog, cf fiorj), like, par, in size, num- 
ber, quantity, exterior, nature =id em 
or u n u s, N 704, also with tftpovily ; 
acquus, equal, dTefiiSo/Aivog effiyf, 
cheated of his (of right belonging to 
him) just share; ttrov i/ioi ^dfrOat, 
imagine himself my equal, A 187. — 
10 a {aJ(ya ?), (3 203, reparation; elsewh. 
e. g. laop, adv., pariter, o» equal terms 
with, K 203, with dat., I 616 ; Kard laa 
= E7ri 2<Ta, equilly balanced, undecided; 
of battle opp. knpaXKka, 

*Iaos, illegitimate son of Priamos. 
slain by Agamemnon, A lOlf. 

Uro-^pitci, Of, tiv, prs., {(f>dpog from 
0epai), Tivi, make one's self equal, vie 
wUh, rival, in any thing, n, Z 101, 
I 390. (II.) 

Uro - <^($poi, drawing alike, equally 
strong, a 373 f. [7] 

laou} only IcruKraijiTiv (Jrrog) rottnv 
ev, to them would I compare myself 
rj 212+ 

IfTTTU} only l<nr6Tc = aktnrtTe, imp. 
red. aor., (ctctt-, sec-), declare, B 484. 

'iarriiJii, I. trans., collocare, pra., 




(imp. Itntjj inf. i<rra/i«vai), ipf. also iter. 
'iffratTKi, fut. ariianvy 1 aor. i(TTri<r€y 
OTrjoaf €, loTfiaav (tordaav, M 56, y 
182 ; elsewh. read tVraerai/), in gen- 
eral ; set, place, of things ; cause to rise, 
cloud, fog; excitare, piignam^rix- 
am, rouse, beffin, battle, strife, ir 292 ; 
stop, mill; vrja, bring to land, r 188 ; 
w igh off, ToKavra, pounds ; pass. aor. 
kaTuQ^I, stood firm, p 463. II. intr., set 
om's seff, stand, mid. prs., ipf, fut., also 
act. 2 aor. tUm\v=<TT7iv, I stood, ari}' 
fuv, iarriTi, tcrriaav, (rrfjirav, tardv, 
(frdv, and iter. aratrKt, subj. oroi, trrfiyg, 
y, ofjuv, crkiOfjiev, dissyllable by synize- 
sis, A 348 ; inf. orrjfievai, pf i<m|ica, / 
stand, aff, e, turtv, (strrriTe, A 243, 246 ?), 
and sync. pf. taTaTov^ fitv, re, iardai, 
imp. €<rra9i, re, part, iffriwra, €<; (in 
first foot (Bekker). 9 380, B 1 70), hrdo- 
TOQ, a, eg, (M)v (in second foot) ; pliipf 
iarriKit, strratrav, of things with and 
without life, rise up, arise^ A 535, of. 
6p96Q, dust, battle ; /i^v iffrdfitvog, 
coming, adomcing month ; stand firmly, 
still. III. mid. onjo-euriJai, set up for 
one's self, or something of one'^s oun; 
fidxnv, pugnam comuiittere, join 
baUle, 2 533, t 54. 

'lariaia (pronounce 'larjaiav), city 
in Kuboia, B 537 f. 

Urriti, t/, (karia) hearth, K 159. (Od.) 

Urriov, r/*, pi. a, (i(Troc)» saU, sails, A 
481, 433, /3 426. (See adjoining cut, 
from ancient coin bearing the inscrip- 
tion, NIK0MHA112N . AI2 . NEQKO- 


j vol, prevented from falling forward, f» 
51. (See cut, letter b.) 

a 02 

toT0-8^KT| (dsxofiai), mnst- receiver, 
nast^crutch, a saw-horse-shaped sup- 
port on the after- deck to receive the 
mast when lowered, A 434t. (Plate IV.) 

Urro-ir^ll (iri^?;), mast-stay a thwart 
or transverse beam with a depression 
into which the mast fitted, which was 
by this means, as well as by the iiriro- 

Ujt^, ov, (p, 6v, 01, ovg^ (^ianjfii. that 
which stands), (1) m<M< in middle of 
ship, held in place by fieaodfirj, toro- 
TTsSr], irpoTovoi^ iniTovoi ; during stay 
in port the mast was unstepped and 
laid back upon the iarodoKti (cf. pre- 
ceding cut. and Nos. 64, 91). — (2) 
weaver^ s beam. loom. The frame of the 
loom was not placed, as in modem 
hand-looms, in a horizontal position, 
hut stood upright as appears in the 
cut. representing an ancient Egyptian 


loom. The threads of the warp hnn)^ 
perpendicularly down, and were drawn 
tight by weights at their lower ends. 
To set up the beam and so begin the 
web is (irrrov) (TTqrranQat. In weav- 
ing, the weaver passed from one side 
to the other before the loom (feTroi'xc- 
(rQai) as he carried the shuttle (xrai'wv), 
on which was wound the thread of the 
woof, through the wai'p, and thea dvov^ 




the woof home with a blow of the Kep- 
Kig. — (3) warpf and in general weft, 
woven stuff. 

toTw, scito, see EIA IV. 

iOTopi, a, dat. ace, (olda)f one who 
knows, judge^ 2 501, ^ 486. 

Icrx&X^oko, gen. sing., (Itrxvoc^ dry, 
withered, r 233 f. 

Urx<^^CLas> a, mid. aoBto, ipf. iter. 
i(Txai/aa(Ticov, also pres. Icrxdvci, ipf. 
lox^vi^ krriv, and IcrxavdoNrk, oittv, ua»- 
aav, mid. imvraL, ouivro, (((tx^)* reti- 
nere, detam, o 346; arcere, keep off, 
P 747 ; mid. restrain one's self, M 38 ; 
and delay T 234. »; 161 ; but with gen. 
or inf., desire, P 572, ^ 300. 

ivxiov^ tpj a, (_t^vg), hip-joint, E 306, 
KOTvkrf , then coxa, parts about the 
hips, flanks^ or loins^ E 305. pov.] 

icrxoNri, prs., inf hx^iJ^tv{ai), and 
ipf. act. and mid. (red. prs. from txu}), 
tenere, retinere, AoW, restrain; n- 
voQ, arcere, keep away from, E 90; 
mid., put restraint upon one^s fdf, stay, 
X 367 ; stop, w 54 ; rivag, desist from, 

IWai (/^tr., V i m e n, w i th e), willows, 
4> 350 and k 510. 

tn|v, ibant ambo. 

"ItvXos, son of Aedon, r 522f . [i] 

'IriiiMvcvsy rja, son of Hypeirochos, 
slain by Nestor, A 672t. [7] 

trvs, vv, (PiTBrf), felloes of wheel, A 
486. (II.) [i] 

XriAy ito, from il^Lu 

"Itwv, u)va, town in Thessaly, B 
696t. [7] 

IvYjiw, dat., (lvK*a), cry of joy, 2 
572t. [7] 

lv(ovoiv, ovrtQ, {iov), scream (with 
intent to scare away), o 162 and P 66. 

'I^cvs, fa, a Trojan slain by Patro- 
klos, n 41 7t. 

*I^9f|iT|, daughter of Ikarios, wife 
of Eumelos, 6 797t. 

t<|>6l(Jios, rj, a, etc., (rifxri ?), strong, 
mighty; deriv. and signiif. still uncer- 
tain. A 3. 

t<|>t (Pi^i, really old case form from 
Pic, If), v\,hy violence, Kra/jievoio ; with 
might, p 443. 

*I+X-dveuro-a, daughter of Agamem- 
non, I 145 and 287. [70.] 

*I^i-&dpAs, avTog, son of Antenor 

and of Theano, A 21 sqq. (H.) [— w 

T<^i-icXt|cCi|s> y, i8iijc» periphrasis for 
''I^iicXos, son of Phylakos, father of 
Podarkes and Protesilaos, B 706, N 
698, ^ 636, X 289 sqq. 

'I<^i - licScio, wife of Aloeus and 
mother of Otos and Ephialtes, X 305. 

I<^( - voo«, son of Dexios, slain by 
Glaukos, H Uf. C--'-'] 

t^ia (Pig) firj\a,fat sheep, E 556, X 
108. [70t.] 

*I^iS tvCdivoc, from Skyros, wife of 
Patroklos, I 667t. 

*I^iTi8t)s, Archeptolemos, 128t. 

*l^XritAVy (tiva, 'OrpvvrttdTjv, slain by 
Achilleus, Y 382. 

*'I<^Xtos {Pi<l>tTog), (1) EvpVTtSrigt an 
Argonaut, guest -friend of Odysseus, 
slain by Herakles, 14-37. — (2) Nrtl^. 
f3o\idao, an Argonaut, from Phokis^ 
father of Schedios and Epistrophos, P 
306, B 518.— (3) father of Archeptole- 
mos. * 

Ix^vdqi, pr. and ipf. iter. IxOvdatTieo;^^ 
(<X^wc),>»A, fi 95 and S 368. 

Ix^vdcKTi, TO, (I'xf^'Vc). abounding ;ii 
fsh, fall of m.onsters of the deep, i SSt I 

IxO^S and pi. vsg, vaiv, vag, vg^ pi- 
scis,^5A, only eaten in lack of other 
food, 6 368. 

iXVio, pi. with the form ixvcoo, 
(^I'lcw), vestigia, steps, j3 406 ; p 317, 
odoratione, «cew<; but N 71 (see iic€- 
\og). outlines, similar lines, resemblance, 

Ixwpt «cc- 'X^i (Ik flag), fluid that flows 
in veins of the gods, E 340 and 416. [7] 

"ly^/, pi. XircSf (PiOTT., vespa ?), worm 
that devours horn and wood, borer, 

tt^aoy Ixl/erai, chastise, strike ; see iir- 
TO ft a I. 

laiyn (Payvvpi) Bopku} vtr, under 
shelter from Boreas, I 533 f. [i] 

Iwi^, ijg, (avrrj), sound (of voice). K 
139; tone, note, p 261 ; roaring, whis- 
tling (of \v'm6). / 

luKi{, pi. ixg, also ace. sing. Iwko, 
(hwKoj), attack, E 521 ; personified, E 
740. (II.) [i] 

\MX\k6v (iMKa), av, through the hat- 
tle-tumuk, 89 and 158. [7] 



ic'=ri) «, (2) KaL 
KoPpaXc, d e i e c i t, from Kara/3aXXu>. 
KCfy (Kara^ yovv', on the hnee^ Y 458t. 
Kdp^cr^cv,/m» Kabesos, N 363t. 
KayKoy&t a r i d a, dry^ <& 364. 

Uxugh cUoudf exult, F 43. 

Ka8= Kara before d, $ 318. koS- 
8;>ad^n|v, aor. from KaradapOdvut o 

KoSSvoioi, aor. part., penetrantes, 
from Karadvit). 

Ka8|Mloh Kadmeioiy Thebans, A 391 ; 
=Ka^fccCfi»vc99 A 385. 

KoSjtos, original founder of Thebes ; 
his daughter Ino, t 333f . 

Kdcipa, fern, of Kapjfrom Karia, 
Kariaa, A 142t. [d] 

Kai{|jicvai, inf. aor. pass, from fcaia>, 

Ka8-atpew, fat -atpifarovori., aor. -eiXo- 
fuVf subj. -eAy<rt, part. 'iXovtra ; also in 
tmcsi, ipf. ypee, eov, aor. i'Xov, ycrii/, 
c'ctv, tojE» (^wn, Q 268, c 149 ; c/o^e the 
eves of the dead, A 453 ; overpower. 

Ka9a(pciv (jcadapo^), ipf. KaOaipoVj 
aor. iKaOrjpff KdOrjpav, etc., cleanse, 
dean; (Tl92,adorn; abluere, wcwA oj/J 
away, soil, blood, S 171, Z 93; rti/a 
alfta, n 667. 

Ka9 ' aWopsvri, aor. KaroXro, rwsA 
doion, A 2984- 

Ka9-dira(, cmce for all, 349t. 

K£6-airTC(r6ai» prs., ipf. KaOdTrrsro, 
(«7rrw), com pe Hare, address, tTrserrrrt 
/<aAaico{(Tti/ ; also reprehendere, !/|>- 
braid, O 127. 

Kadapf, a, purus, c^iean; Iv c, in a 
dear, open space, 491 ; Odvarog, hon- 

KttT* ICcoi, subj. 't^ijfiioOa, imp. - l^ev, 
ipf. KaOk^trOf -eikoOrjv, freq. in tmcsi, 
consido, sit down; irpoxw, placing 
herself upon her knees, 1 570. 

Kadlv|Ka = KaBfJKa, from 'iTjfii. Ka- 
ttiaro = KaOrjvTo, from KdOijpai. 

KaO-curtt cl(rai/, aor., freq. in tmesi, 
(?^w), W<i fte icflrferf, H 57, "¥ 698 ; set, 
place, d 524. 

KaO^{ci, fat. from Kar-kxia. 

Kd6-cv8fTOv, du., inf. prs., ipf. Ka9* 
ivh, d o r m i r e, sleep, A 6 1 1 . (()<U) 

Ka6>c\|;i($(i)VTai {Ixpidofiai) akBiv, te 
i r r i d e n t, deride, insult, r 372f. 

kolO - i{|icvos, etc., imp. kuOtjoo, pf., 
plupf. KayijOTo, pi. KaOtiaro, (ijpai), se- 
dere.wV, A 134 and A 76, Q 403. 

KaBrjpai, av, aor. from KaOaipto. 

Ka9-(8pv€, cODsidere iussit, v 


Kd9-£(avov, 3 pi. ipf , c o n s i d e b a n t, 
wf re gathering to the assembly and taJdr^ 
seats there, « 3t. 

KdO-£(a>v, prs., ipf. ica0t^«, ov, often 
in tmesi, I. act. and mid., seder e, sit^ 
bTTi icXi(T//ott;, etc. — II. act. prs. ipf. aor. 
KdBiaav, imp. laov, part, iofxaq, placs^J. 
488; considere i uheo, bid Se seated, 
T 280, Z 360 ; convoke, f3 69. 

Kd9 -!»;/«, only -(ctc, aor. KaOsrjKa 
(clsewh. in tmesi), let down, lower; 
kavKavirji;, pour down tl\rough the 
throat, moisten the throat, Q 642. 

KaO-(Kco, tro, (Vkw), touch, reach, a 

KdO-CoTo, imp; prs., aor. imp. or/}- 
oov. inf. OTtiaai, set down ; vija, bring to 
Uind, anchor ; v 274, bring, carry. 

KaO-opwv, mid. -Ojoarai, optopevoSf 
look down upon, ri, Q 291. 

Ka9--inrcp6cv, d e s u p e r , from above, 
r337; supra,M 153,2 353; ultra, 
besides, Q 545. 

KaC, (1) copulative: as well as, O 
634, X 417; et, and, A 7, a 5 i dis- 
tributive =(et — ct), both — and, X 417, 
A 395 ; uniting two imperatives (in 
transition of thought), <r 171 ; Koi 6t, 
and besides, ^ 39 ; Sq, and already, A 
\6\,fjL 330 ; K. pkv, and yet, A 269 ; k. W, 
and besides also, A 521 ; k. rov, at begin- 
ning of verse, et hunc quidem, ^ 
748 ; or even, or also, ^ 374, instead 
of rk, B 49, Z 268, a 159.— (2) also, 
expressing a natural (logical or actual) 
harmony between two clauses : oq 
(re), which also, Y 165, E 62, X HI ; 
in protasis and apodosis, Z 476, B 365 ; 
esp. freq. introducing apodosis, A 47ft \ 




Kai TOTE dt'i — yap rf, A 63, nam et, 
etenim; instead ofrel. form, j3 114; 
K. Xiriv, yes to be sure, by all means, A 
553; tTTftra, and finally; i^s kgi (o/^ki), or 
also (not), S 809 ; cf. French ou bien, 
B 300 ; cf. A 95 ; vvv, and now also, 
joining to a general sentence a special 
illustration of truth previously an- 
nounced, A 109, B 239, K 43 ; Kai aX- 
\ov(:, <p 293; K. dXXoTtj previously also; 
K. dWcjg. already without this, ^ 87 ; 
itai avToiy a 33 (7r*p, A 577), of them- 
selves also, sponte. — (3) emphatic, 
alsOj even : e. g. Kai ^f , besides, more- 
over, N 484 ; K. jSouXoifiiiVf F 41 ; dk rf, 
T 28; fiaXXoVj etiam magis, even 
more, 6 470. — (4) concessive, e. g. 
where force may be given by although, 
though thou shouldst destroy, P 647 ; 
fidXa nspf with part., A 217, P 571. — 
(5) separated from aAXa, which it em- 
phasizes, by de or yap intervening, ^ 
39 ; K., also, emphasizing the following 
word, r 184 (as well as to other places); 
leai «=et si and etsi, even if; ti kui, 
etiamsi, if even, although ; shortened 
in rj 221 ; by elision, k; by crasis, x*)- 
/Ltelf, KavTog, icayw, KCiKeivog. 

KaiCTocotrav (Ktt'w), full of caverns, 
^ If (v. 1. KtjTuteaaau, q. v.). 

KaivctStjSf Koronos, B 746t. 

Kaivcvs> king of Lapithai, A 264f . 

Kaivvfiai, ipf. iKaCwro, pf KtKaoTai, 
fffikvog, plupf. EKSKatTTo, superiorem 
esse, excellere, be superior, excel, 
Tim, A 339, t 509 ; tTrt rivag, Q 535, 
cf. to 509 ; iv ncrt, d 725 ; fttTO. rim, r 
82; Twv,Q 546; tTrt rtvt, excellere 
re, Y 35 ; super a re, surpas", rivd 
TWi, B 530, r 395 ; with inf., /3 158, 7 

Ka( — irep, always separated, although. 

KOipup, (ov, 1 e t a 1 i s,. fatal, 9 84 , Iv 
raijO,, in a vital part, A 185. (II.) 

K(upo<r^(av, better Kaipo(T(xku)v for 
Katpovaawv (^Kaipoeffffkojv, pronounced 
with synizesis), gen. pi. fem. from adj. 
Kaipoeig, with many Kalpoi, i. e. loops 
or thrums to which the threads of the 
warp were attached ; k. dOovktoVf from 
iheJine-wovenhnen,i] 107t. 

KaiovaXy 3 pi. ind., subj. -to/iev, inf 
'Lfi€v, imp. part, prs., ipf. Kau, aor. 
iKTii, Kfjf, subj. Kiio^iv, opt. Knai, auv, 
etc., mid. Ktiavro, dfuvog, ot, pass, prs., 
ipf. Kaiio, era, etc., aor. tKarj, inf. Kafj- 

fiivai, Jti.dle, bum ; mid. for one*s self, 
I 88, 234; pass., ardere, cremari, 
be lighted, blaze, 

KOK =icara by apocope and assimi- 
lation before k. 

KaKt(($|jicvov (KUKog), play the coward, 
Q 214t. 

KaK-Kcioi and KaK-icrjai, see xara- 


KaK-Kc£ovrc9> see Kara-Kuta, 

KOKo-cCfiovas, ace. pi., {Piifia), ill- 
clad, a 4l\. 

KdKo-cp7£t)s, gen. sing., (Pspyov), 
ill-doing, maleficentia, x 374t. 

KdKo-cp7(^, (ftpyov), maleficas, 
vUainous, importunate, n 54"|'. 

KdKo-CXiov, ace, evU Ilios, r 260, 
597, >// 19. 

KOKo-fjiTixavov, ^iXf^VX^vrDf contriv- 
ing evi', mallei JUS, ir 418. 

KdKo-{civ<iSTcpos, having sorrier guettSy 
V 376t. 

KaKo-ppa<^CT|s, y, ytri, {pdirrtiS), mo- 
lidousness, evil device, /i 26. 

KttKt^, i), 6v, etc., mains, bad, woHh- 
less, wicked, in widest signif., in appear^ 
ance, position, usefulness, courage, 
morals, way of thinking ; hence ugbf, 
vile, useless, cowardly, low, injurious^ 
fatal ; esp. as subst., KaK($v, a, = ma- 
1 u m, a, eoU, pest ; of Skylla, /i 1 18 ; 
adv. KaKw9> male, A 25, /3 203 ; comp. 
KOKWTCpos, ov, worse, T 321 ; feebler, X 
106 ; nuHiciovs person, ^ 275 ; KaxCwVy 
wvg, lov, sup. KaKiatog, ov, poorer, X 
56 ; less honorable, I 601 ; worse, (t 174; 
deteriores, /3 277; the worst, d 199. 

KdK($-Tcxvos {tsxvtjD, devisif^ evil, 
wily, O 14t. 

Kdic^TT|Tos, gen., n, ra, (^KaKorrig^ 
seel us. wickedness, cotoardice; ma- 
lum, evil, misery, distress, p 318; esp. 
in. war, e. g. A 382. 

KaKOH^poS^Sy voc, {(ppa^u), ^prfv), 
bad in counsel, foolish, malevole, ^ 

KaKoti), imp. k(£kov, aor. KaKwcai, etc., 
pf pass. part. KeKaKiofisvog, 01, (KOKog), 
vex are, rivd, pain, injure, maltreat, 
i; 99 ; ^137, di<<figured, foedatus. 

KOLKTavcy see xaraKTHvu). KaK«aTf- 
pos, see KaKog. 

KaXdp.T|v, ace, (calamus, German 
halm), reed, T 222 ; looking upon the 
poor husk which remains, thou art yet 
able to recognize what f was, f 214. 

■3X« - tipen, (from xdKaiQ and 
Ffiowa). «igjAenr» tU^, * B45f . 

ndXila, pre. ipf. act. and pass, comni. 
nncontracted foniiB : n>Xtti,etc.,3'etnot 
ilvajs. e.g. inf. mXrifiivai, part. (nXfuv 
Tit ; 'pf. f^^iov, pass. mXiiuTO, iter. 
mAHOKOi', taXivKiTo; fut. ekXcii, iiuv, 
»0r. iicdXiaaat, av, also jtriXfoaj, taXia- 
aav. KaManas, etc. (with o and «ff), 
mid. cnAiirirnro, etc., perf. pass. rirAq- 
fini, plupT. kkX^qto, 3 fuL i[«Xi(si), 
(calare), (1) ^Uj a/aiitt, tc^ther; 
vith (iV, -if, IrToi, ^DuXqv, to the 
eouncil ; OdvorovSi, n 693 ; i n v i- 
lsre,wi^valeomid. — (2) no di in arc. 
' A 403, pass. (esp. pf. and ptupf. and 

3 flit) ; 


ncXuruVoc EriK>'). £ 344 (B 
onro, O .338, S 210; also cnXiu, £ 
147. / cnfi him dearly loved, he i> ten- 
derir loved by me. 

KdXi^crwt, companion of Axjlos, 
■ slain by Diomedes, Z iBf. 

KdXiiTopC&iis,Aphareus,N 541t. 

«£X«^pa, sec., (coXtu), calator. 
mer, Q 577 f 

EAVp> (1) son «f Klvtios, cousin 
of Heklor. slain bj Aiae, 419.— (2) 
father of Aphareus. ■ 

■aXXdmiv, iiaXXaii)r(U', see en rii- 

KoXXI - iraatrti and EaXXI- 

iwuKs Nereids, S 46, 44t. [ 

KoXXCapot, town in Lokris, B 

salt. i-~-^} 

KaXXI-fiivauia, ickh irauilfiil wo- 
mtn, Heltas, Achata, Sparta, v 412. 

KoXX^ovot, •xv, (l^wvn), tBfth 
ieautifiil girika (see cut No. 47). 
H 139. 

KuXM-iroX^, lit Fair-moittil. 

iKarIlios.r 151. 

icaXXi-aJfww i'&l^ cf- ^ura/ioc, 
milk beauti/vi hair, I 449. 

KaXXt-KplfB()ivai (tfili-Siiipov), tnith 
immifaljilk/t or htad-imuU, e 623^. 

(CM.) ^ 

■iXXuM', see (itXdc. 

iE«\XL-inip7fD«, y, ov, (irnptifi), ieau- 
«fttci«eJ»i,/air-aMjfed, ■ ■ ■" 

«dXXi«(, Trixv, see Ka 

■aXXt-TXcucdlunr, oro. ^. irt/A beau- 
t^ul hdii or frraiJ., cf. ivrXoKnp'.ln 
irXiitaiioe),S'326. (See cut No. 47.) 

i5 K^Xvirrpi]!' 

KaXXi-frMpov, betali/vlls fixoing, ■ 
107. (pi.) 

KoXXt'pp^io, fi, Df, {-apooc, p6oi}, 
bemtlifuBu Jlomiiig, B TSS, i 441. 


KoXXf-v^pol, oil. av. aith b/attiifiil 
antlei, (aipi'fia), A/ndtr-/ooled, e 333. 

■aXXf-Tptx»«, ", <. .f- "cCHp'O. «•■'» 
loftfieec,; ■ 336 ; imiA btaulifal manta, 
U 348. 


KoXXi-x^pw ();"p'''c)i ""'* 6f("''i/'''J 
plaefi, mfh large tquarti for the choral 
diaia,\ SSlf. 

K^iXXot, (Of, (1, 6eaui|si,' a 192. dhhiiu 
/or mhiiiKing beau/y [unjnienlf]. 

K&X^itf.ui/.ailr.ruXiuc/jeS; comp. 
KoXXIovn, (01', snp. laXXicrroi;, ov, oirc, 
ni, pulcher, ^i|»'c, bfauti/ul, of form, 
in build ; ^fitting, becoming, rifi. for an; 
one; ilvi1v,dYoptiiti'.>afa. Adv.icaXa, 
in the middle of verse, B 400, and loXov 


liolc HI lop of mast, and made fast at 
butlom of same, Eiencd to ruse and 
lower the yard. (See cut.) 

EoXvShv, uifoc, city on 
Euenos in Ailolia ; iparviK, aiiriivj, 
Trtrpiiiiraav, 1 530, N 217. B 640. 

■c^v|jL|ia, j-D, (tdUvTw). mil, Q 93\. 
(See cuts Nos. 2, 47, 66, 74.) 

nameuls, £ 4011 ; perhaps cup-thaptd 
ear-rings. (See cut No. 8.) 

(<fiXiJ*T»iy, part, prs., fut taXOif/ui, 
aoT. (c)ia\v4'i, also mid., pas) 
enXu/j/ifvoc, pliipf. jcijraXi;^ = i«ita- 

tus), i«i7, e 85 ; eoeer, K 29, ♦ 693 
(mid.. BOl oae'i edf, V 141) ; nW, nwer 
up mlA, S 352 ; x^ioirdit- m-ipvoio (oi)i 
hold aa protection before the breaai 
(befoi-e one's self) j ira'ioc aii^ nw, 
protect one with the shtcld; pasa., 
wrapptd op in, a 443 {irrvndt, cliMCly); 
ttddai, 9 503 j lig. ruv Ji o-ii^dc u""i 
A 461, BO also atr 6^a\,xS,v vi%, H 
seo, darkness ovtrihadoaKd his eyes ; 
riXa; SdWroia, end of death, complete 
ilcaih, E 553; gri^- ^ cloud of grief 
tnvloptd him, A 249, u> 315. 

KiiXui|Ni, ouc, daughter of Atlas, 
dwellinc in Ogvgia, where she rescues, 
and detains for seven years, the ship- 
wrecked Odysseus, ij 259 ; until com- 
pelletl by command of Zeus to dismiss 
liin, E 28, q 2G5 ; epithets, io\iiaaa, 
iuvi) 9i6e, ivirXuicafios, aliSiiaaa, ijtpiro- 

polfi, vitu-propi, 2 563t. [^ — -] 
[(tfidTot, 010, ifi, av, l^td/ivm), 

■d(LPaX( = carE/3aXt>',2: ITS. 

KdLjiM, aor, from eo/ivui, tBraugkl. 

E£)uipo«, town on nest coast 
of lihoilos, B 656t. [d] 

kS|uvoI:, rp, nom. raiimii, (tapf 
vol'), iafcr-Kwinan, o- 27t- 

KopfiiCEBf, Bor. from nara- 

I^V'I"- , . , 

■a|i- luvbp', Tiju, {mra-/MviB), 

etory through aiduranct, X 25;. ♦ 661 . 

nap. - pjipgv, I, (■:aTii-/iDpD; ?), iU. 

tired, hapka, fi 351; applied lu 


KofinK, fi. prs., ipf, aor. tcnfiov 
cofH, (rov, subj. caficu, jfiii, port, Eaficif- 
ra, ot, u'l' ; pf. Kirfiijinc, ni^qiic, lifi, 

a>K> tel/out, btcomt tired, A B02, r 31, 
Z 261 sq., S 22, A 27; with ace. of 
part, yola, mpoi; xi'pO' /< 280. 11 106 ; 
with part., 9 150, « 26, H 5; with 
ncutr. Bub].. p 232 ; oairt, wiltc, * 444; 
tatiarrif, ronfccti, tiott uAo Aana 
^HUktd fhfir toil, the t\eai.—lL elabo- 
rare, mahe rtadg teitk care and labor, 
aaii, (aor, act.), A 187, ^ 189; with 
j-»i)£iut, work skillfully; aor. mid., i 
ISO, would have transfortned into a 
well-tilled, habiiahle istaad; acquire 
for one's self, S 341. 

«Q/iBrw, only fut. Kif.'^ir, aOT. 
ixap^t, napy^, ficcio, hind; A 48S, 
kflcl into a tire; yiivv, bend the knee 
= sit down to rest when weary with 
running, H 118; t 453, let sink upon 
the ground. 

icofLiniXer, a, (Ea^Trru), henij curved, 
E 231 . [Si 

Nill)^X1''^ "**''- from -lu, (tavaxos), 
ran", r 469+. [- -] 

"lifoX'i. >!-• sonitas, Gtrepitns, 
T 355. giuuhingi Z 82. raffle of htunesa 

tSriXiit, ipf., (tarnxh), ratllcJ, M 
36 ; re-echoed, t 399. [ ] 

(xani), biitt^ for wheaten bread ; duA 
for meat and sacrificial barley, a 147, 

■dv-iwffBf, oor. port from /cara- 

KarA*, ortmi, iW{,niasc.,(E0Pii),(1) 
tkaUlt or tpool, by which the thread or 
the woof wiuilrawD thioufth the thread 
of the warp, * T61. — (2) haadlt on in- 
terior of ehield, grasped hv the left 
hand, e 193, N 407. (Il.l (See cute 
Noa. IS, IT. 8S; rudely represented in 
adjoining cue, after Asayrian relief.) 

■i«=icnr(F, before ir and fl. 

KAvdrMiti ijoc, one of the Seren 
a^inst Thebef, father of Stheneloa, 
E3I9; iyaicXnTnv, siifa\iii"io, 

£&vSvTfUE8i|t and Kawdviiiac v'toc, 
Stheneloa. E 109, 108. _ 

■Sir^TOio, nv, from r/ roirfroii (oeo- 
»Tiu),c«teA,S'aw, 2 564, Q 797. (II.) 

■^irgm, dnt. pi., pracsepe, manser, 
J 40. 6 434. [n] 

■c^iTTunrav, 3 pi. aor. from Kmrwiju, 
Ughltdjirtt, B 399t. 

KOirv^, dB, sine., (rniriiu), fumua, 
motx; li 202,cl<md nf tprag from vio- 
lently agilaled 

, aor. from ■ 


im, mid-boar, P 

oe), with and 
wtiiAoar, M 42, 

pses. (II.) 

K^irpov, If, ov 
11; T \97.hoar. 

EAtv4, imi', son of Aesarakos, father 
of AnchiBes,T239t. 

tniri'jui.aor. in imesi, Qiri httiraaat*, 
h-ftked forth, \ 467t. 

L tiif=^KttTa, before p. 

7 KKp^iXfaF 

IT. tULpit, tf—aing, (from nfpu T), 
—a trhtUBag; cf. l.a[. flocci; I cars 
for him not a icliH. I 378 : the denva- 
tion of (he word is uncertain. 

III. N^, iwi—, htadloiy, n 3921; 
here belong icdpi), tjro;, qri, and Ka- , 
pijaTm, -n, pL -ra, also gen. Kpori*, 
W, pi. Eporuiv, rpoiriV, K 1 53 ; cpano^i, 
K 136i also KpdaTOt, -ri, ace. pL -ni, 
and Kpara, (lopu^q, UHpu/i/Suc, Lat 

A«arl, OB part of body, also pi, S dS, 
epoken of one head; of mountain sum' 
mit,r 9; Xi/ufof, the end reaching far- 
thest into the land,i 140. — KSTa iipii- 
tiy,/rom head (to foot), utterly, n 548 i 

KopSopuXii, town BuUject to Aga- 
memnon, in Messene, I 150. [ii] 

KOpSCi], y. aee rpaSiii, car, Ae 'ft. 

Kapcs, Karians in H.W. of Asia 
Minor, /iopJjnpD0wi.Bi(.,B 867. (II.) 

K^pi] KopiiSwvTct, oi', — capite co- 
mati, long-hairfd, B 11, o 90; of 
Achaians, who cut their hair only in 
taking avow,* 146, 
; while slaves and Asiatics habit- 
ually shaved their heads. 

ItifTira, luv, rn, (crip Til.), t 

B««i^B117. [fi]' 

E<ipi|iro«, river rising in Monnt Ida, 
M 20t. [o] 

KifHO-'p*, ipf., TBoferf, r 157t. 

■opirA^fUiun, dnt. pi., adv. -I'^uic, 
pern ices, »iiii/i', jtoct, epithet of feet, 
n34a, A 359,/J40fi. 

■apir^, masc, only sing., frnctus, 
rruKes,/rutf, ivi napirtp (a SS8), by 
the ball,jiiint oflht h-tnd, wriil. 

■app^avira, sec tBia.-piZ,ia, 

K^fTtftKfot, e, w, (jipArtpocX 
j(ronj-A«.jr(ed, E27r, E S12. (II.) 

S, 01', t]v, 01, oic, (iwiproc), 

D. the grrateat valor. 

iKoprvroi-Ri, ipf. mid., (cnpn'vu), 
iXiivvDj, Of re ilrtnglitiiiiig their 
nk,,A21S, (II.) [i,] 
EapvOTOf, fern., town at soitthem 
■ of Euhoia, B 539t. [o] 
ipi^dUov, (Oil', nlr.. <ic"p0u), ari- 
<by : of sound, dafl, AoZtom, N 40ft 
(II. and ( 369.) 

m baltit- 





Kap^Wj fut. K<£pt|;a>, aor. Kap\pe', shrivel 
up, V 398 and 430. 

KapxdXeoi ^ii//y, rough wih ihirst, 
i. e. the throat rough and dry, 4» 

541 f. 

KapxoCp-^SovTC, bjv, sharp-toothed, 
sharp-biting, of dogs, K 360. (II.) 

KoaC - TVTiToSf 010, ov, etc., and 
"TVi^Tri, f]v, ai, yai, ovm brother, sister 
(of the same mother), Z 430, A 155, 
441; also consobrinus, cousin, O 

Kdiros, island near Kos, B 676f . 

Kao'0'-av8pt|, the most beautiful 
daughter of Priamos, prophetess, cap- 
tive of Agamemnon, murdered by 
Klytaimnestra, N 366, Q 699, X 422. 

Kao'O'lTcpov, ofo, (ft, ov, tin, as orna- 
ment of weapons and chariots ; x^^f^^i 
stream or border of tin, to give strength, 

KootX - dveipa, KaXfi, AlovfivrjOev, 
mother of Gorgythion, 6 305t. 

KaoTopvvo'a, see KaTa-oropivrvfii. 

KooTttp, opog, (1) son of Zeus and 
Leda, brother of Polydeukes and He- 
lena, participated in Kalydonian boar- 
hunt and in Argonautic expedition, r 
237, \ 299 sqq. — (2) son of Hylakos, 

Kci-oxcOc instead of Kar-iax^Oc, A 
702, retinuit 

Kara (and icarai, also. Kara, kot, in 
anastrophe and tmesi, also kclt, p 246 ; 
by assimilation also Kaf3, Kay, Ka6, kok 
[icrtX ?], Ka/A, KQTT [before rr and 0aXrt/o'], 
KfTp, KOLT-Oavt), 1. with gen. of place : 
Jrom above down, dovmjrom, 'OXvinrov, 
ovpavov, cf. K 362 ; down over, 6(}>6a^fiwv, 
KpijOtv, d e s u p e r, axpr)Q, from crown 
(to sole), wholly; i7r7rwv,down from the 
chariot, £111; pivStv^ down into the 
nostrils ; 1 330, down into the depths of 
the cave, x^oi'oc* ^ ^^^ ground (F 217), 
down under the ground, ^ 100 ; yair)c, 
upon the ground. — II. with ace, (1) 
local : down, plvag, through the nos- 
trils, cf. (T 97 ; vSisjp, into the water, cf. 
Z 136 ; KBpag, on the horn (horn sheath 
for the part of line next the hook) ; in 
region of, upon, on, oTrjOog, aif\kva^ orc- 
fia, aoiriSa, oSuv ; in neighborhood of, 
<sTpaTov, usually per cast r a, pas- 
sim in castris, through the camp, 
everywhere throughout the camp, A 10, 
409. 484 ; with verbs of motion, per, 

through, vnag, \a6v, uiXxa ; then tvifkin, 
in the midst of, 'Axaiida, 'EkXdda, fii,- 
Oov, kKovov, vofiivriv, * 310 ; vXiyi/, 
aoTV, ddfia, fiutfiov, upon; Ovjuiov, in 
heart, inwardly ; (ppeva, in mind ; 0(O. 
Kai K. Ovfiov, in heart and mind. — (2) 
distributive : orixaQi according to ranks ; 
(pv\a, B 362 ; • oipkag, by themselves ; 
tfi avTov, ipse solus. — (3) with, acr 
cording to: secundum, KVfia , p6ov, j3 
429 ; Ovfiov, according to wish, A 136, 
cf. I 108 ; aloav (opp. vrrep aloav) = 
fiolpav (freq. Kara, U 367), according to 
propriety, fitly ; Koofiov, in order ; ov k. 
K., shamefully, 9 489 ; ajfier the semblance 
of, T 233 ; for the purpose o/* trade, irpi}- 
kiv, cf. daXra, A 424 ; Xijt^n, xpiog rivog^ 
alicuius causa,j^r the mke of see- 
ing Teiresias. 

Kara - PaCvttv, prs., ipf., aor. (3 pi 
((^Tjaav and €/3rtv, subj. fStiofiev, K 97 ; 
imp. I3tj9i, inf. (irifitvai, (Stjvai), mid. 
-e(5fjatTo (subj. firiairai, imp. fSrioto), 
descender e, step down, descend, rtvogf 
from, Q 329 ; ovpav69iv, ^ 281 ; iig rt, 
irri Ti, SofAov 'A. lioio, \p 252 ; also 6a- 
Xofiov, /3 337 ; but xXifiaKa, descend 
the ladder ; i<l>6XKaiov, climbing down 
along the rudder ; only in o 206, ^p 85, 
with pregnant signif , she descended 
(the ladder and left) the upper cham- 

Kdra pdXXuv, prs., ipf., aor., (inf. 
fiaXiiiv) ; always in tmesi exc. ipf. ica- 
T((3aXX(v, O 357, and aor. Ko/SfiaXe 
(better so written than KafipaXe); de- 
iicere, cast down, >k 125, fi 252; de- 
struere, 6?c«<roy, B 414; prosterne- 
re; deponere; eff undere, ddKpv\ 

KCkTa-PeCofJicv, aor. subj. from -pai' 


K&ra-pXbKTKovTa, part, prs,, perme- 
antem, running about, rr 466f. 

Kara Pp^|ei€, opt. aor. from -pp6x<», 
devoraret, swallow (down), S 222f. 

KdTO-YijpeMTKOvo-i, prs., ipf. -eyripa, 
senescunt, grow old, T S60. (Od.) 

icdT-a7£v6ov, ipf. from dyivkw, (dyui), 
devehebant, Cfin^ down,K 104f. 

K&r-ayw[i.if fut. a|o>, aor. ij^i, ta^t, 
CT)Lt£v, subj. d^yc, con f ringer e ; N 
257, (pluralis maiestatis), shatter. 

KOLT-iyaVi part., nv, inf. prs., fut. inf. 
-aEsfitv, aor. -rjyaye, (also tmesis), mid. 
ipf. -rjyero, -dyovro, aor. -tiyayofnaOot 




dedacere, lead doton, X 164; retu- 
lit. bring hack, d 258; drive from one's 
course, r 186 ; mid., appellere, land, 
bring to land {vtii, k 140), vtivn, w 322. 

K&T^ ScUrovrai, fut. from Saiu)^ in- 
ter se divident = lacerabunt, 
tear, X 354. 

KaTflUSairTCTOi, pass, prs., aor. act. 
sdayj/av, Sd\pai, lacerare, toound^ tt 92. 

K&Tou-8ap6av«>, aor. 1 sing. 3 pi. ^pa- 
6ov, 3 du. KaddpdOfrriv, subj. SpaOo', 
obdormivi, dormio, sleep ; roiuvSe, 
tarn placide dormivi, i// 18. (Od.) 

K&Ta-SipKcrai avrovq, look down 
upon, aKTiveoaiv, X lef. 

K&r-^cvvoSf aor., (dtvta), c o n s p e r- 
6 i 8 1 i, wet through^ I 490. 

Kara-oca;, ipf. ^t, aor. (often tmesis) 
KOT'tdqoev, aav, subj . dqag, c o 1 1 i g a r e, 
alligare,&mc2ya«f; ev ^f (r/i^, v i n c u- 
lis ; KiKtvBovQ, voarov, stop. 

KaTa-8i))&o-PopTJo-ai, inf. aor., (J3il3p(0' 
OKU)), communiter consumere, 
consume in common, 2 301f. 

Karo-SpdOw, subj. aor. from -^ap^aVw, 

Kara-Svcrai., fut. dvaofieOa, aor. -tdv- 
<HTo, (imp. dixreo), and 2 aor. act. -iSv 
(subj. dvta, inf. Svvai, dvfievai, part. 6vg, 
dvvTL, TO, Tec, fem. dvoa, pi. Kaddvaat, 
T 25), freq. in tmesi, occidere, set, 
ijfXioc, <pdog ^eXioto ; intrare, ente?', 
dofiov, noXiv, o/jLiXov, fidxi]v, fiwXov 
'AptiOQ ; eig 'A. dofiovg, Kara n, T 25 ; 
induere, put on, rtvxta, 

KaTa>ci.}ji^os and -ciwcrav, see Kara- 


Kara-cCcraro, see Kar-ttfii. 

Kora-Evvv/jLi {feovv/ii, vest is), aor., 
contegebant, cover, ^ 135, and pf. 
pass. 'HfiBvov, contectum, r43l. 

Kar-aCifvao-KC (dl^aXeog), ex sice a- 
bat,parcA, wither up, X 587 f. 

Kdrd-OdirTciv and aor. inf. KarOdipai, 
sepelire,&tty^, Q 611. (11.) 

KaTa^CiO|xai, -6cCo|xcv, see Kara-ri- 

Koh--^0cXtc9 aor. from deXybi, had 
c&armed, ic 213t. 

Kara-Omfo-Kuv, part, prs., aor. tmesis, 
3 pi. Qdvov and sync. KarOdvf, pf. 
TfQviiKdm, opt. rtOvairi, inf. rtOva/jiv, 
part TiOyriwTog, utri, utra, wuov, wTag 
rt9vffvirig, mori, defungi, die; part., 
mortuus, also joined uith viKug, 
nxpoi^X 37. 

KdTa-OvT|T^, utv, o7(7t, mortalis, 
mortal, dvSpiaoiv, dvOptonwv, K 440. 

KaTa-OpuxTKui, only aor. xdS d* iOopi, 
d e s i 1 u i t, spring down, A 79 f. 

KaTa-06|xios, or, jhating before the 
mind; K 383, think not of — . 

Kara XP^^ KaX6v Idirrg, subj. prs., 
harm her fair body, destroy her beauty, 
li 376. (Od.) 

Karai-PoLTaC {^aivio), that may be 
descended, passable, V \\^^. 

KaT-|]Ki(rrai, pf. pass., {atKi^o)), foe- 
data, disfigured, soiled, ir 290 and r 9. 

KaT-di|avTa, rf, aaa, see diffffu) • 
at 488, springing down, in haste. 

Kar-aurxvvviv, subj. -tfrt, part, ovra, 
(alaxog), fo^dare, disgrace, yevog; 
jatra, dishonor. 

Kar&-ia\€rax, see /car-iff^ft. 

Kdrai-Tvl (r£i>xw), low leather helmet 
or skull-cap, K 258 f. (See cut No. 

Kura-KaCpiov reXog, mortal spot, A 

KaTa-KaU|i€v, inf. H 408, Kaiwv, 
part. ipf. -8/caior, aor. -fKrja, -sKrii, subj. 
KTjofiev, inf. Krjai (KaKKtjai), aor. pass. 
'EKarj, (also in tmesi), c o m b u r e r e, 
burn; pass., comburi; I 212, bum 
out, deflagraverat. 

Kara KdXv^rroi, opt. prs., aor. (fc)«ca- 
Xv\ptv, etc., (also in tmesi), aor. mid. 
KuXvypaptvoc, occulere, cover up (by 
drawing down over the head the veil), 
Kpara, having veiled his head, 92. 

Kara-Ktiai, better Ktjai, aor. from 

Kdrd-KcCartu, 3 pi. ind. prs., Kt7<T0ai, 
/cf i/i«i/o£:, ipf. -c*c«ro, iacent, cubare, 
lie ; im irXsvpdg, on the side ; fig. rest, 
Q 523 ; Q 527, positi sunt. 

KoCTd-KeipCT€, ipf. 'iKtiptn, aor. -£«cci- 
pav, consume, 6 686. (Od.) 

Kdra - KCiO|iev, subj., imp. Ktifrt, 
(Kflfiai), decumbcre, lie down, in de- 
siderative sign if only xaKKcCovTCs tfiar, 
cubitum discesserunt, A 606, 
a 424. 

Kara-KTiai, Ktji^iv, Kfiofiiv, see Kara- 

Kara-tcXdo), only ipf 3 pi. -^kXwv, 
and aor. pass. -tK\da9ri, conculca- 
bant, <reac? dovm,Y '221', rivi ipiXov 
fjTop, d 481, tig. niy heart broke, gave 
way (from fear, grief) ; i 256, otiauv- 
Tuiv, added as explanatory. 




Koh-o-KXfvas, aor. part, from KXivu, 
hiving laid it down, k 165f. 

l:LaTaicXiC6c99 see K\w9eg. 

Kara-Koifiaofjoij only aor. -€Koi|ttf- 
6T|y.ev, imp. -ly^rw, inf. -rjOfjvai, sleep, 
A 731. (11.) 

Kara Kotpavfovffi. see KoipavBio. 

KdT-cK<$o'|&ci, ipf, aor. mid. subj. 
Kocrfjir}(Tjia9t, {K6(Tfjiog),put in order, x 440. 

KciS Kp^ixmrev {Kptnuvvvfii), 67, 
105, tK naaaaXotfiiv, hung on the nail. 

KaTaKpv|Ocv, see III. Kap, f u n d i t u s, 

KaraKpTis, see axpri, f u n d i tu s. 

Kdra-Kpvirrovo't, (uv, fut. Kpv\(/fiv, 
aor. part. Kpv^ac, offa, occulere, con- 
ceal, VTTO KOTTpift, I 329 V avrov, se, ^ 
247 ; also t) 205, themselves. 

Kdra-KTcCvci, iiv, subj. y, u)(ti, prs., 
fut. KTEVH, KTavkovmv, aor. opt. ktuvhi, 
inf. KTiivai, part. KTkivac, avra, 2 aor. 
EKTcivov^ tQ, iv (also tmesis, Z 4\6),ofA(v, 
subj. KTCLvy^ and aor. sync. 3 sing, ekto, 
1 sing, and 3 pi. hKvav, imp. koktokc, 
inf. -«cra/i€r(ai), part, jcrdc ; aor. pass. 3 
pi. ^KToCOcv, mid. with pass, signif fut. 
KTavhn9i, and aor. KTa^fvog, nee are, 
slay, kill, a 75, E 558, n 106. 

KdT-^Kvi|r€, aor. from kutttcj, bowed 
himself, new. (11.) 

KaTa\a/jL{5dvttt (always in tmesi), see 

Karo-Xaydj (see also -Xe^w)* only fut. 
-Xc{w, and aor. -sXt^a, ac, iv (also tme- 
sis, X 151), subj. Xf^yc, imp. Xi^ov, inf. 
X'h'iai, enumerare, recount, r 497; 
TT 235, narrate to me, in detail, in order 
{aptOfiriffac;) ; communicate, relate, S 256 ; 
tell, disclose, iraaav dXijOeiav, ravra 
d\r}9euiv, as truth, in conformity with 
truth = drp€KBiijg = ob ^ivSog ; iv Kara 
fioXpav = iv fioipyj fitly ; duKto Kal k., 
T 186. 

KdrdC - X€iPo|fc^voio, pass., trickling 
down, 2 109t. 

KaTa-XciircT€, hv, ipf. kXurrov, e, 
ojiitv^ fut. XeiT^ofJiiVy ovot, also (in 
tmesi) : (kuS) Xti'iruQ, ipf XtiTrtv, aor. 
X/ttoi/. €; XiTTw, oifv; XtTrwr, ovre, ovaa, 
ov(Tap. and bv assimilation KaX-Xtiwdv, 
fut. Xti^io, liv, aor. Xittov, 6c, € (also 
Xi^'), inf. liiv, r el in que re, leave, ri, 
Z 221; custodem, o 89; viriV, as 
youthful mother, X 447 ; dyKXivac, left 
the door ajar, x ^^^» deserere, <I» 
414, forsake, abandon, «vxwXi7v; give 

over, as bootv, IsXatp, with explanatory 
inf,7 271,e 344. • 

KdCTa-(X£x<o)« from stem AEX, fnt 
Xi{cTai, 1 aor. Xi^aro, imp. Xe^ai, 2 aor. 
sync. kXfKTO, inf. Xc^^Oat, part Xey/i^voc, 
(Xa^^of), fay o«c'« «e{^ (^mm to rest, o 

Kara oXccro-av, aor. from aXeu>, since 
they had ground out (the wheat), v 109f. 

Kara-XtfCovrai, obliviscuntur, 
forget, X 389 f. 

KjjTa-Xo<|>a8€ia (X6<poc) ipkptnv, carry- 
ing it crossuise over his back (the feet 
being tied together and held under the 
chin of the bearer), k \69-\. 

KaTa-X^<ro|jLcv, fut., aor. iXv(r€, (Xvio), 
loose from under the yoke, ui^arness, S 
28; destroy, B 117. 

KoS Xw^treUf aor. from Xtu^aui, 
KOKwv, recover itself from the misery, 
e 460t. 

Kar - ^p,af>irT€, ipf., aor., (tmesi, 
if.iap'^i)^ subj. fidprpy, consequi, over- 
take, n 598, Z 364; corripere, seize^ 
w 390. 

KaT-d^Jii^o-aro, aor. mid., {dfidui), had 
heaped upon himself, Q 165t' 

KdT-d}Jiv|aTO, aor. mid., (dfAv<r(ria)f 
XtTjoa, has scratched her hand, E 425f . 

K&ra &|JL4>tKdXvi|ra9, aor. part., (ira- 
XvTrrbi), Kf^aXy paKog, drawing down 
from around my head my ragged 
garment, ^ 349t. 

Kdrd-vcviov, part, fut vtvtrofAatyHOr. 
kvtvoa, (Tag, at, subj. cra>, imp. crov, inf. 
oai. part Kavvtvoag, adnuere, n(>d m 
ass&tt (opp. dva-), rivi n ; also with 
inf. fut, d 6 ; with vTrocrxso, vmartiv ; 
also Kpari, KiipaXy. permit, 

KOLT-dvcrai, pass., (^avut), consnmi- 
^ tur, ti«6 vp, waste, (5 58. (Od.) 

Kara vilJo'avTO {veut), iiotra oc . . . 
Xf9'^, that which they have spun to him 
with the thread, ly 197t. 

KOLT-avrd, deorsum, dowmcardy "9 

Kar-dvTTfiOTiv, see avrtiorw, 

Kar-avTiKpv, see dvrucpv, 

Kara ira.Ttjo'av, aor. from Trariut, 
conculcaverunt, tread underfoot, 
break, A 157t. 

KOLTO. - iravfjia ( Travu* ), alleviation ; 
yoov, comfort in theur lamentation, P 


KdT£-iravc|xcv, inf. prs., fut nnvtna, 
<T£/i£v, inf. aor. kiravaa, i, av, subj. ay 

tuvrk kMt^ 



and ooftev, finire, p lac are. put end 
to, appeagBj d 5SS ; comprimere (co- 
erceri nos vis, /3 244); rtvd rivog, 
Under from, ironically = slay, 11 618. 

Kork lir4Si|(rc, aor. from irMu), has 
fettered, of Ate or Moira, T 94, X 

KaTa-7r€<T<T(tf, only aor. subj. irc«|rg, 
coneoquat, digest, represB, A Slf. 

Kara ircrcUro-os, aor. part, from 
wtrrnvvvfii, spreading over it, 441f. 

Kara - icipvwv, rriipvy, see Kara- 

K&rd-^ywfit, only aor. ^iri|tcv, av, 
defixit, panxerunt, «^ic^ya«^, /)£uf«^, 
and sync aor. mid. cTri^cro, fixus 
haesit, A 378. 

icaTa-Tri9rr<ii, only aor., in tmesi, n 
469 ; elsewh. iu£inrc(rov,«, bttiv, ov, d e- 
cidere, procidere,/<i//rfo<cn(prae- 
ceps, TTfnivfii:), kv Koviyatv, im yaiy, 
XOfial^t, aXi, cast one's self into the sea ; 
Ovftbc vapai Trofft, courage utterly for- 
sook them, O 280. 

KaTa-(0fiya>), only red. aor. subj. 
«l^vg,pait. fTEpfwv, interimere,«%, 

icdT-cirXio|Mv, ipf., appulimus,|»<^ 
M, ( 142t. 

KttT-cirXi{Yf|, aor. pass, from TrXriatrdj^ 
^'Xov ffrop, was stntck in his heart wUh 
fear, V Slf. 

K&ra - iffnivci, itjoi, from rrprjvriQ, 
do¥M turned f with flat of the hand, 

Xetpi, X^P^h n 792. 

ttark IhmitaV) vrriKaq, aor., and 
83mc. 3 du. irrnrriv, crouch d'>wn; hi- 
oavre inr ox^otpiv, under the chariot 
for fear, 136. 

K&ra-irruo'«rovin, inf. aoeiv, part. 
9vovr{a), Tig, timid i sunt; exti- 
m esc ere, yield tttfear, £ 254. (II.) 

K&Ta-ir^Otrat, putrescit, become 
rotten, ofi^fUft, "¥ 328t. 

K&T-apiivTai., ipf. riparo {apa)y im- 
precari, call curses down upon, rivi 
roAXa, I 454 ; dXyia, r 330. 

K&TOrplYiiXd, ntr. pi., (fplyog), for- 
midolosa,ibrrt&fe, | 226t 

K&T-cpctC) ipf., and Kapp^Kovaa, part, 
prs., (^dpiyw ?), stroke, caress, x**P* '"^ 
fuv K.,S 610, A 361. 

K&Ta-pp^ov, ntr. part., elsewh. tmesis, 

ptovrta, ipf. tppfii pie^ (opiui), d e f lu e re, 

Jhw down, absol. and with rii/o^-, U, A 



KlBLT'dpxioOai, only ipf. i^px^v x^P" 
vifid r ovXoxvTaq rf, began the sacred 
hand-washing and the fipriiikling of 
the barley meal, y 445f. 

K&ra'opkviWfii, aor. ^(rPc<rc, (tmesis, 
II 293), oav (tmesis, Q 791), imp. ofit^ 
(Tare, extinguere, rogum vino, 
quench, Q 791. (D.) 

Kara-otvopai, only aor. -iaravroy 
{kofvTo), p'kiBpa, streamed down into the 
river-bed, * 382t. 

KaT-coxCoov, ipf. from oKidm, (oKid), 
obumbrabant, overshadow, p 436t. 

Kara <r|xv|ai, aor. inf., {apvx**»)y 
bum down, I 653; pass, ap^xotro, X 

Kara-oropivvvpi, only aor. iarSpe^ 
auVf or6pia{i), and 'iaruptaav, pai't 
Kaaropvvca^ p 32, tprecul out uponj O 
798, cover over (grave and contents), 


Kdr-^OTi^Ti and irtrvyov^ 3 pi. aor., 
(orvykui), h or r u i t, &e horror-struck cU, 
Ti,K 113. 

icara-<Tx<0ai', see Kar-ix***- 

Kara rctvc, aor., drew in (the reins), 

r26i. (II.) 

IC&T&-TT7ICW, only aor. -^rqlcv, 1 i q u e- 
fecit, melt, r 206 ; and pass. rriKopai 
^iXov rirop, ace, my heart is melting 
away; rriKtrai, liquefit, r 205. 

Kara-riOfipi, ipf. iT(0€i, riQioav, fut. 
-0?;(Tw, n, aor. iGriKa, tv, av (also in 
tmesi), 2 aor. subj. Odopsv, inf. Otivai, 
and part. Okvre, mid. 2 aor. 3 pi. •49ev-' 
ro, subj. Oeiopai, inf. GeoOai ; sync. 2 
aor. act. 1 pi. KarQip^v, 3. 9taav, imp. 
0€r«, inf. Bkpiv, mid. 2 aor. pi. QkptQa, 
OsoOrfv, Okptvoi, deponere, collo- 
c are, 2>/ace, l ag dow n, n em yaiy, x'^^'^h 
inji, aTT^vy, pvjjxi^', vir aiQovoy, iv 
XtX^iaoi, ^rjptp, \lfapd9tp, oiaiv ; iiri 
X^ovoc, Qpovov, ig pvxov, ptyapov^ 
OdXapov, eig *l9dKrfv ; but Ik Kanvov, 
put away out of the smoke ; in avrip, 
^ 381, holding their heads straight to- 
ward him; spread out a bed, r 317, 
propose as prize in contest; dt9Xov, 
{tTri aoi, in thine honor), institute a 
contest. — Mid., sibi or suum, am, 
etc., deponere. 

KaTa-Tpilxtt>> indie, and subj. prs., 
e X h a u r i o, exhaust, consume, o 309. 

KaTav9t., KaTavr69i, see av9i and 




K&Ta-0f/Da>, only fut. -o(<rcTai, /i£ 
'Aicog eicrw, will bHng me to the grave, 

X 425t. 

K&ra-^Of<rei, fiit.. (00iw), peril et, 
destroy, t 341; mid. aor. -i(pbiTo, ex- 
haasta erant; ^f^inOai, periisse; 
<pOifAivoio^ 01, ot(7(v, defuncti. 

Kara-^X^io), fut. from 0/\lyw, cre- 
mabo, consume, nvpi, X 512f. 

K&To-^vX&S^v (^vXoi/), tributim, 
in tribes^ in clans, B 668t. 

Kara ( doKpv ) x^®'^*^ "i.'* ''"f' 
X^'ovtra, aaVf crai, (lacrimas), effun- 
dens; aor. -£Xfu« (for ixefa), ag, *v, 
ai/ (both forms freq. in tmesi), subj. 
X6vy, inf. x^^^^i ^^^* roid. Kkx'J'''o and 
txvTOf -exvvTo, infundere, off un- 
der e, |?ottr down upon, over, rivi ri ; 
ef fund ere. vi^ddag, etc., shotoer down ; 
TTBTrXoVfletJldl; proiicere, ca5<(fo«w, 
OvoOXa, yvia; superin fund ere, 
i^spa, etc., Tipi ; tXeyxtirfv, etc., rtvl, 
conspergere ignominia,c<wer«c»V^ 
ignominy ; ttXovtov, B 670. — Mid. 
6^BaXfji(jjv or ( oi ) 6<l>9aXfAoi<Ti, o c u 1 i s 
(eius) offusa est; <pX6^, diffusa 
est; oTrXa, coUapsa sunt. 

K&ra-x^^^i'OS (.X^^^)i inferior, 
subterranean, Z€0g=A.i6es^ I 457 f. 

K&r-^a(c, afxev, aor. from -dypvfii. 

KttT-^i, ipf. from 'Sew, colli- 
gavit, bind. 

K&T-^Sovo-i, 3 pi., iStJV, part, prs., 
pf iSridtog, devorare, comedere, eat 
vp,devour, T 31 ; consumere, oJkov, 
lem familiarem, r 159; ov Ovfiov, 
consume, toaste one's heart. 

Kara ((Tv<fiioloiv) l^pyw, ipf, (Psp- 
yi'Vfii), shut up (in the hog-sties), k 


KaT-€ipcis, erov, mid. -ei^ofisvov, ipf. 
-sifitTo, elsewh. tmes. Kara (daKpvov) 
f«/3tiC, 6t, 01, a>v, ipf eljSe, effundere, 
sh''d ; mid., def lucre, flow apace, 
trickle down, and fig. efflux it vita, 
ebb away, € 152. 

icar* {uoof) I8wv, aor. part., looking 
him straight in the eyes, P 167f. 

Ka8 clX^<ra>, fut. from «iX?;u> (PeXPo)^ 
volvo), involvam, surround, 4> 


K^T-ci}i.i, (intv, inf. -//<ei', part, 'lovra, 
-tovoa, av, ipf -rfitv, aor. KaTaeioaro, 
delata est, had flown; yoirjg, («Z/«\ 
^o, or come doum, fl^w down; appel- 
Je litem, enter harbor, rr 472. 

I Kar-^KTaOcv, 3 pi. aor. pass, from 

K&T-cvaCpw, only aor. mid. -evrjparo 
XaXKtji, ferro absumpsit, sUty, K 

icaT-€vavT(ov (avriog) oi tX9ta, ei 
obviam fiam, go to meet him, ^ 

Kar-4v<aira ((ddtv ^avaStv), in the 
face of, turned Uncord the Danaoi, 
O 320t. 

KaT-cir-dX|t€vos9 -oXto, see Kave^ 

Kark lireC^ci, nrget, oppress, "9 

KaT-epelnu}, only pf -cpi^pYircv, col- 
lapsum est, and aor. "ijpiirev iir' av- 
TOO, are prostrated under (by) it, E 92. 

icoT-€fniTvev, ov, ipf, retinebat, 
hold back, r 545, from tears. 

KaT-€p^Ko>, <(, iTi, subj. y, imp. e, 
and xrarcpi^Kavc, Q 218; ipf. -CjOi/iccCf <« 
pass. prs. o^iai, irai, retinere, hid I 
back; cohibet, 4> 63; impedire; 
pass., delays. 

KOLT-epvw, aor. -eipuoe, pass. pf. -iipv^ 
oral, inf. -eipvoOai, deducere (na- 
vem), launch, K 332. (Od.) 

K&T-^pXcai, irai, pass, ofiivifg, fat. 
-fXtvaofAOL, aor. -ijXvOov, -rjXOeg, «, ofifv, 
ov, inf. -eX9ffi£v, pass. -cX06vr(a), ^, 
come doum, go; fly doum, descend^ i. 

KaT-c<r6(€i, ipf 'fftrOii (also in tmesi)» 
aor. in tmesi, ^ayc, weri, miv, devow, 
spoken of animals and of Polyphemos, 
except a 8, TT 429, y 315, o 12. 

KaT-^onrvTO, aor. from -<rfvofiai, 

Kar-ivvaui, aor. opt. -€wifonai|&i, pass. 
aor. part. -svvriOfvra, parallel form indie. 
3 p\.-evva<T9ev,r 448, sop ire, lu// to 
sleep; pass., decumbere, dormirCy 
lie dozen, sleep. 

icoT-f0-dXXo/iai, only aor. -ciraXTOy 
part. -tTrdXfievog, desiluit, shot d^wn^ 

Kar-^X^i (also in tmesi), ovtri, subj. 

fXy Kara, pass. -ix*^^^'^X^^^^^y 'P^* 'X*" 
Kara, -ix^v, fut. Kadk^ii^ aor. -€(rx«, subj. 
axy\ pass.-e^oi'T'rtt, ipf -€tx«T-o, -e^oi^o, 
aor. mid. -dox^'o, part, oxofisvoig, paral- 
l(!l forms : aor. act. Kar^oxcOov, ipf 
Kcioxc^C) retinere, impedire; eo- 
hil)ere, holdfast, hold b'ck, restrain; 
rtvd yo7a, nia, B 699, h'>ld vntftp[Zitf 
bosom, cut off from liglst and life; 2 




332, moriar; ri, prevail^ bear sway, 
I 6 ; KtiftaXriv, bend over; mid., se con- 
tegere, coper om^s self; subsistere, 
remain, y 284. 

KaT-rpri^uvTO, ipf. from riTncni), le- 
niebantur, assua^, E 4l7t. 

K&T-T|pc4^9 ace. pi. masc. iaq, 
(ipk^iii), covered over, vanlteJ, overhang- 
ing, € 367. 

KOT-ifpiirc, aor. from -ipHTroj, cor- 

KaTi|-<|>c£T|, Tfv, (Karai, ^dog, = with 
downcast eyes), shame, U 498. (II.) 

Kar-i]<^crav, aor., part. aai\ (-ri<l>tui), 
were confounded, ivi Ovfuf^ ir 342. 

Kar-Yif^cCy pi. from -iiQ, i-tj(fni>v), 
disgraced, ia 432 f. 

icaT-t|<^vcs, nom. pi. from r) Karri' 
^fiiv (cf Karti^uri)^ abstract noun nsed 
as concrete, disgraces =bringers of dis- 
grace, Q 253 f. 

K<iT-Oav«, aor. from -BvijaKU}. icar- 
Odi|rai, aor. from -QaTrrut. KaTOcp,ev, 
3 pi. ind., -Oefiiv, inf. etc., see Kara-ri- 
Btlfu, Kar-ifuv = -livai, see -ti/xi. 

icttT-Co^€u 3 sing. , inf. £/icv(at), mid. 
pr. 'Hirxtai, €rai, pass. Karaiox'^rai, re- 
t in ere, holdback; tenere^«teer,jmid., 
sibi reTTnere, keep for ^ofvTs self; 
pass., possidetui, U oiUiVpied;'n22. 

Kor-oUreraiy fat. from -ffpto. 

ic&T-^io^(v), pone, post, in the 
rear, behind, with gen. ; adv., behind, 
thereafter, 116. 

icdT«» {Kara), deorsum, down, \p 

Kar-(aOkio, aor. in tmesi, icaS loxrc, 
tJii-ew down, n 410f. 

icaT-*i)i&8Cou>, gen., (Ctfioc), hurled 
from (above and behind) the .-houlder, 
>l^431. (Sec cut No. 33.) 

K&T-vfi&S^ (oi/wor), from over the 
Mulder (of whip in lashing the horses), 
>l^50O. (II.) 

KOT'tapyxiitrax {opvrrou}), dvg in, 
bvried in the earth, firmly set, ^ 267. 

KavKfiAvcs, tribe in Paphlagonia, K 
429; in Elis, y 366. 

KttvXf^, 6v, dat. ace. masc, (c au I i s), 
spear-shajt (part next the point), 11 
115; sword-hiU, n 338. 

icav|AaTOS9 gen. from ro Kav/xa, 
(Katw), aestns, in consequence of the 
brnming heat, E 865f . 

uvoTciptiSy gen. from Kavartipa, 

{Kaiui), fidxnQf hot, raging combat, 4 
342. (11.) 

K&v(rrpu>s, river in Ionia, B 461. 

KavT<Ss9 V = fat abruQ, ri, Z 260, 

KA4>, only part, perf KCKo^ura, 
{Kairviti), efflantem, exspiranteni, 
with obj. GvfioVy gasping out, E 698. 

Kc, Kcv, (from pionominal stem ka), 
similar in use to dv, but: (1) enclitic. 
— (2) esp. common in relative clauses 
(149 Kiv to 3 dv). — (3) often repeated 
in parallel clauses. — (4) used also with 
dv, N 127, see also below II. B, c, 3. — 
I. with indie. : (A) denoting simple 
subjective supposition, d 546 ; also 
with fut., A 176; expectation with 
fut., A 175, TT 297; repeated action, 
with aor., o 263 ; esp. (13) in apodosis 
of conditional sentence, with past tense, 
when the protasis contains a false as- 
sumption, e. g., A 31 1, E 898 ; the pro- 
tasis may be represented by a parti- 
ciple, X 418; or may require to be 
supplied, ^ 62. — II. with subj. : (A) in 
principal sentence: subj. of expecta- 
tion, A 184, S 235; esp. with apodosis 
conceived of as likely to follow, A 324. 
— (B) in subordinate clause : (a) rela- 
tive clause, subj. of wish, r 403, t 356 ; 
of expectation, k 539, fi 43, H 171. — 
(b) hypothetical relative clause {Ktp 
often wanting) dependent upon: (1) 
principal sentence with verb in imper., 
548, o 316,^ 855 (inf., >k 246).— 
(2) principal sentence with opt., A 294, 
r 577. — (3) principal sentence with 
fut. indie, ^ 280, 1 397, P 229.— (4) 
principal sentence with prcs. indie, 
E 416, r 565, A 409.— (5) principal 
sentence with past indie, in sense of 
the present (gnomic use), X 432, A 218. 
— (6) subordinate clause with subj., * 
103. — (c) in clause joined by conjunc- 
tion to its principal sentence: (1) by 
final conjunction: iVct, only fi 156; 
6(f>pa, ut, 9 times, o 183; oig, ut, 32 
times, B 385 ; ottwq, d 545.— (2) tem- 
poral conjunction (subj. of expecta- 
tion), 6(l>pa, 6 588, K 444; 'itjjg, always 
with Ktv, r 291 ; dg o, always with 
KEv, ft 98. — (3) temporal = condition- 
al, orf , oTTorf, (a) a supposition having 
reference to future, A 567, X 366, K 
130 ; (ft) supposition without refer- 
ence to time,Z 225, 1 SQY^ViV^^VjkaX 




eiJre), oippOj dam, while, r 17, Q 554 ; 
joined with ai/, A 202, ^ 259, f 361 ; 
ilg o JC6V, K 90, 1 610.— (4) £i, whether, 
X 76, A 408, d 322, Y 436, ^ 118, n 
861. A 249 ; n\ if, of future expecta- 
tion, 111 times, n 445, |0 549,21 369, 
E 763, 305, A 137, Y 302, <p 114, P 
40, S 92 ; of general expectation, A 
391 ; iTrei, K 153, X 125, A 764, A 173, 
P 658. — III. with optative (A) in prin- 
cipal sentence. (1) concessive, X 253, 
N 486, Q 619, 162. (II) optative de- 
noting future time, (1) simple futurity, 
e 506, iT 166, /x 387, k 269, Q 664,* 41 2, 
B 160, K 57. — (2) conditioned proba- 
bility, I 157, 77, A 171, P 417.— (3) 
possible future, always k€v (or ai^), 
P 103, (T 223, 380. — (4) prevented 
realization, 6 595, a 236, r 410 (joined 
with sentence with ««, B 81, E 311). — 
(5) assumed situation, kLv (or av), 
X 488, O 697, x 138, € 73, fx 83.— (6) 
mere possibility, T 218, I 57, ft 102, 
I 131. — (B) in interrogative sentence : 
>/, 300; ri pa, o 431,0 337, <r 357; 
irwc, o 195, X 144; rig, K 303 ; iruioi 
^,0 197 ; in rhetorical direct ques- 
tion, T 90, P 586, 149, T 82.— (C) in 
dependent sentence : (a) relative sen- 
tence, a 253, r 235, Q 732, v 368, u> 
188, E 192,483,0 735; with av, N 
127; (b) hypothetical relative, only 
S 600; (c) in conjunctional sentence, 
(1) final, a>c, ^ 135, w 532, /3 53 ; ottwc, 
A 344 ; €wc, /3 78. — (2) comparative, 
wc, xjj 60. — (3) temporal implying con- 
dition, or«, 1/ 391, 1 525.— (4) dubita- 
tive, expressing doubt, li, whether, ft 
112, $ 120, A 792, H 387.— (5) opta- 
tive, expressing desire, li ynp^ v 236. 
— (6) conditional, protasis introduced 
by ti', if, preceding the principal sen- 
tence (this last with Kfi/), E 273, 1 141, 
363, r 590, /i 345 ; principal sentence 
preceding:, protasis (with kI-v) follow- 
ing, T 322, »; 314, K 380, X 220. 

icea^h), aor. CK^aovc Ksaaae K^ane^opt. 
KecKTatpi, pf. pass. KtKiaciifva, aor. pass. 
hKeaffGi], split, ^418, i; 161; rend, skive; 
£ 132, »; 250. 

K^rai, TO = (cttvrai, tKfivro, from 

KcPpi^vT|s, son of Priamos, B 318; 
Hektor's charioteer, slain by Patro- 
klos, n 738. 

Kttavvvjtiy only aor. {K^otnrc, and 

pass. 3 pL UkSatyOev, part BkvrfCi 
Oumigj parallel form to oKtSdvwfAi^ 
used for metrical convenience, dis- 
pergere, dissipsire, dispfrsef sccUter ; 
y€0i;pac, bursts the dikes, E 88. 

KcSvoio, »}, y, ijv, aij af, (d), and sup. 
-oTarog, ot, (ictjca^/itvoj,), i n s i gn i s, ex- 
cellent, dXoxogi fiiiTTip, TOtcrJEg, dfupirro- 
Xof, dva^y iTaipoij KtSvd FiZvXa, r 

K^pXvov, ace, (K6dpog)j of cedar j O 

Kidpog^ K^Spov, fern., cedar, of the 
tree and of the wood, « 60t. 

Kcid|Acvos9 KciavTCS (m}-), see icatw. 

KcCarai, to = kuvtoi, Ikuvto, 

KC'.Oev, adv., (Kiivog), ill i no, dein, 
thence^ then, O 234. 

Kctet, illic,<A€re, F 402. 

KcT|xai, KiXaaiy Kiiai, mrai, 3 pi. 
Khivrai, Kiiarai, Ksarai, KEOvraty subj. 
KrJTai, imp. Ktiao, <rGu), inf. KiioOai, part. 
Ktifxivog, ipf. tKiifAfiVf to, fieOa, and Kit- 
firjv, fxi9a, Ktiro, iter. KtoKiTOy 3 pi. Ktlvroy 
KtaTo, KiiaTOf fat. Kiiaoiiai, tai, erac, 
ovrai, cubare, jacere, positum, 
collocatum esse, of things having 
life, lif, with various modifications, e. g. 
sick, dead, j8 102 ; feeble, wounded, 
despised, old, 2 435 ; unburied, idle ; 
fisyag fKyaXufTTi, stretched out at his 
full vast length ; iroXXog Tig, like a 
giant ; of localities, i 25 ; of things : 
lie (objects of value) ; stand (of articles 
of household furniture); pro posi- 
tum est, the prize is offered, X 168. 
With foUg. constructions : Ivl yaitig, 
X'^ovog, yaiy, x^^^'^'> "'vta triXtOpa, 
spread out over ; Iv oXyfffi, tlv dXif ve- 
Kvuiv dyvpH = bfxov viKviaai, among 
the dead, Otatv-yovvam, rest in the 
power of the gods, a 267 ; XsKTptft, vrjatft, 
vovfftfi, TTf^iy, TTvpi, }papdf)oi<Tii X'l^Vi 
and with dat. without preposition, 

Kci|xi)Xiov, a, (KUfioi), treasure, heir" 
loom; (5 lb, landed property. 

KcivoSf Tii o, older form cf tKHvog^ 

KCivi{, ym, Kiiv = KHvd = itcvii, x 
249, vacuus, inania, «mp<y. 

KcCpci, 3 sing., imp. ire, part. ovTeg, 
rag, ijif. tKeipeTe, ov, fut. inf. Kepinv, 
1 aor. (t)K(p(jf, part. (ravTig, (Ger. 
Scheere, Schaar,Eng.shear).«Aair 
off. K-'finv; cut oJJ', lay waste, devour; 





mid. Kiipofuvoif ipf. xiipovTo, aor. inf. 
KiipaoBai, KOfiriv, cut one's hair (in 
grief), >P 136. 

KcivC) illo, there; ^ 461, usque 
illuc, thus far. 

1. Kc£«»K, part., splitting, ^ 425t. 

2. KcC», inf. KHifiev, part, ic^twr (and 
K^v), oi/r«c, ovtra (fut. forms without 
tense-sign with desiderative force), de- 
siring to sleep, freq. with verhs of mo- 
tion, ^ 632. 

KCKoSi^crct, ffOfieOaj see icffduf, trouble. 

KCKciScav, ovTo, see x"^^^!*^^*-^ cedo, 
give toay. 

KUioxT^'ho^i oOatf see Kaiw^ai, ex- 
cello, surpass, KiKa^rjutg, see KA^, 

k^kXctO) aor. from KkXofiai, voca- 

kckXi|7(&s, see jcXa^w. 

KcicXnaTO, }}<Ty, see KaXsw. 

KCicXo|Mvos9 see xreXo/xat. k^kXvOi, 
rSf see icXvo;, ausculto. K^K}iT|Kas, 
'ijatg, see KCLfivua. KCKOircSsy see fC07rra>. 
KCKopi^l&cOa, fisvoi, 7}ore, see Kopkvvvfxi. 
KiKopvBiuva, see Kopvaaio. kckottiiSti, 
see Koreut. KCKpoavrat, i/ro, see Kipdv- 

. icCKpv<^iXov, rov, {Kopv<prf)f net to 
confine the hair, X 469f. (See cut No. 
. KCKvOttox, see K%v9ta. 

KcX&8ciVij, 7)Q, 6v, {KkXa^og), sound- 
ing^ rushing; esp. freq. as epithet of 
Artemis, n 183; as substantive, ^ 

KcXd8v|crav, aor. from KiXa^inj, shout- 
ed cUoud (in applause), >k 869f . 

KA.a8ov, ToVf (Ger. so h ellen ?), <«<- 
mult of combat, of hunt; in more gen- 
eral signif., confusion, a 402. 

KcXaSttv, ovra, part., sounding, <I> 16. 

EcX^ttv, stream in £lis, H ISdf. 

KcXai-vc<|»^L, «e. fa, eg, (veffiog), shroud- 
I ed in dark clouds, Zeus ; as subst., v 
147; alfia^dark. 

KcXaiv^v, iff y, dark, black ; of blood, 
night, skin, wave, storm; of earth, 

KcX&pvtci, prs., ipf. Ktkapv^^e, run, 
trickle,^ 261. 

KcXcvOov, KfXevOov, oi, oirg, fem. and 
pL ntr. a, (callis), ^a^A, wag; ntr. pi. 
in wider signif. dvefnov {\ai\j/rjpn, airy), 
I'x^ofvra, vypct, i^epotvTa, gloomy 
ways (of death); masc. also = iter, 

journey, k 539 ; Trpiirroovre, traversing; 
Tidivai,9(ia9ai,OT^n a way; yi^vpovv, 
make a way o\er a ditch; r 406, 
Oeujp ; K 86, outghings of night and day ; 
others, paths (of cattle), i. e. pastures. 

kcXcvtI^mv, outvTe, part, from -da>, 
{KtXevw) , animatihg, M 265. (II.) 

KcXcvo) (no du. and 3 pL), subj. yg, 
opt. oif imp. f, tre, part. u)v, ovrog, ipf. 
kKiXivov, tg, ov, and KkXtvov, e, fut. -(rw, 
inf. akfitvai, aor. kKeXevaa, ae, rrav, and 
KiA6(;<Ta, <rag, ae, aav, imp. /ctXei'ffov, 
part. (Tag, (ksXXw, p e 1 1 o), (irtre on, with 
the lash; inhere, command, rivd, A 
286, ^ 274; rd /« 0i;/ioj:, H 68, ly 187, 
as my heart bids me; ni'i, A 428; rivi 
Tt, m and are, Z 324, tt 136; with inf., 
B 74, d 233 ; with ace. and inf., B 11, 
/3 263 ; with dat. and inf., B 50, /3 6 : 
with dat. of indirect object, followed 
by ace. and inf., >k 129, t 561, X 44. 

kAtito, rov, (from riXXw, celer), 
Kf'XriO' uJc, 'iinrov, courser, racer, ( 


kcXt|t£(civ, inf., (KsXrig), 'iTnroKn, ride 
a race-horse, O 679f ; where the feats 
of a skillful rider are described. 

KtXXui, aor. iKAo-a|xev, inf. KsXoai, 
part. KtXffacryoi, (col lis, pello), ap- 
p ell ere, bring to shore, beach, vrja {iv 
\pa^d9oi(Ti) ; I 149, having run the ships 
to land, we, etc. 

K^Xo|&ai (iceXXw), sai (syniz.), frat, 
e(T9e, orrai, opt. oiprjv, imp. KtX€cr9u), 
e(T9f, inf. <j9ai, fut. KtXiiatrai, aor. Iki- 
KXtTo (after the trochaic ciesura), /ci- 
KXfTo, part. KiKX6p.tvog, oi, urge on, rivd 
9vfn')g, \g, coegit; inhere, hortari, 
command, exhort, with inf., A 386, y 31 7 ; 
with ace. and infin., A 74, y 425; with 
dat.,Z 286, K 419,17 335. 

KeX<rai, aor. from jcfXXw. 

KC|xot8a, rriv, a two-year-old deer, E 


K^v, see KB. 

Kcvc-avx^c9, voc. pi. from -rig, 
{avxBi*t\ empty, idle boaster, 6 230f , 

Kcveas, V a c u a s, Kevtov, ntr., vetff9ni, 
Ikvai. incassum, infecta re, f» vain, 
fruitlessly, B 298. 

Kcvewva, rov, {iciviog), part of body 
between hips and ribs, waist, small of 
back, X 295; ace. of part., E 284; 
elsewh. with kg. 

Kcva, i n an i a, empty, see ic€tvo<;. 




K^vravpos, Centaury Earytion, <f> 
295 ; pi., CtntaurSf a wild Thessaliaii 
tribe, A 268. 

Kcvo-ai, inf. aor. from jcevriui, goad 
on, horses, ^ 337t. 

KCVTp-T|vcK^a«, ace. pi., (KEvrpov, 
ivtiKo), stimulatos, goaded on, W- 
TcovQ, E 752. (11.) 

K^vTpoio, <^, (icfvrfw), stimuli (f la- 
gel li),^oarf,>k 387. (IL) 

KCVTOpCS, ol, ((CfiVTjOOv), VtTTTWV, Sti- 

mulatores equorum, Kadmeiaus 
and Trojans, A 391, E 102. 

K^ovrai, TO, see KiXfiai. 

KcpaacrOc, see Ktpdvvvfii. 

KcpcLiC^licv, inf., part, ^wv, ipf. Kfpdi- 
^«, ^fTov, pass. prs. part. Kepai^ofievovg, 
r]i\ (Keipw), destruere, populari, 
destroy, lay waste, U 752, E 557; tru- 
cidare, «/ay, B 861. 

K^paic, see Ktpdvvvpn. 

Kcp&fievSi u, figulus, potter, D 
601 f. 

Kepa|xo», iov, properly, gi-ent earthen 
jar buried in the earth (see cut), I 
469 ; but in E 387, x"A«v. serving as 
dungeon (of. the pit into which Joseph 
was thrown by his brethren). 

K€pdwv|xi; Kepdio, Kfpaiw, give the 
forms prs. part. Kcpuvras, imp. Kspate, 
1 aor. Kspaatre, part. KEpixtjaaa, mi<l. 
prs. suhj. Kspiovrai, imp. KtpdaaQe, if)f. 
KfpwvTO^ 6(jJVTo^ aor. Kspdotraro, (rad- 
fXfvoQ, pass. pf. KtKpdavrai^ plupf. ki- 
KpaavTo, temper are, mix, prepare by 
mixing, wine, bath ; mid., mix for one's 
self, have mixed; alloy, mingle with 
gold, 8 132. 

Kcpao-|6os (KlpaQ, ^eu)) rtKrwr, work- 
er in horn, horn polisher, A 1 lOf. 

KCpadv, Tov, (Kf-pac;). homed, T 24 : 
Kfpaoi^ are horned from their very 
birth, S 85. 

K^pas, aoQ, Ol, q, pi. a, autv, am, 
afTfTi,(/cap, cere-brnm. cornu) horn, 
vf cattle, P 521 ; of wild-goat, A 109 ; 

as substance (where the resemblance 
in sound between Kspas and Kpaivto is 
played upon), r 566 ; as forming half 
of a bow, 395; hence = 6oit>, Ktpai 
dyXai, arcu superbiens; symbol 
of immobility, r 21 1 ; the aheatk of horn 
encasing the line just above the hook, 
and preventing it from being bitten off, 
Q 81. [Kkpdy but shortened before a 
vowel, A 109, r 211.] 

KCpavv^Ss ^}i ^^1 thunder^U, Hghtning, 


Kipdu)^ see Kipdvwfu, 

Kcp8fiAcos» ov, oiaiv, ijc, (^KspSog), 
com p. KcpSiov, sup. KtpStaTOi;, advan- 
tageous, r 41, )3 74; helpful, K 44; 
cunning, v 291, Z 153. 

Kcp8dXcd-^pov, voc, selfish, A 149 ; 
crafty, A 339. 

K^pSoSy ea, ea>v, e(Ti, gain, n 311 ; 
good counsel, »// 140 ; ^ 709, Ktpota 
iiriGTaaQat, aidsvai, undei*stand cunning 
arts ; vwfidv, devise good counsel. 

K€pSo<rvv]Q (Ktpdoi:), per astutiam, 
cunningly, ^31. 

KcpKis, iSa, fern., rod (in later times 
comb), by a blow fi-om which the 
threads of the woof were driven home 
into the warp, and the web made firm 
and close, « 62. (See cut No. 63.) 

K^pcrc, avregy see Ktipto. 

Kep-Top.cuo-1, subj., opt. loc, part 
Efjjv, iovTig, kovaav, ipf. licepTOfKOV, 
Kfprofieov, {-TOfiog)^ taunt, tease, TL 261. 

Kcprofxias, ace. pi., T 202 ; as subst 
KcpTO|i(ouri9 otg, (K6ip<jj, rifivttj, at 240), 
sharp-cutting, sc. iTrsetrai^ taunting, de- 
risive words, yet the noun sometimes 
expressed, e. g. A 6. 

K^pwvTfu, otovro, see Kepdvwfii. 

K^cTKCTo, see Kiifiai. 

KcoT^v («f€vrf a>) ifidvra, embroidered 
girdle, S 214. 

iKcvOavov, ipf., occult ab ant, F 

KcvOfXttv, gen. pi. from 6 KfvOfio^, 

1 a t e b r a, lairs, N 28f . 

Kev9p,«l)vas, rovQ, («rfu0to), late bras, 
crannies, v 367 ; hog-sties, k 283. 

Kcu6c<ri, dat. pi. from to KivOog, 
{kev9io), vtto — yairjc, in the depths of 
the earth, X 482, w 204. 

KCvGci, €rf, subj. ii), y, imp. Ktvdi, ipf. 
tKsuOi, KsvOi^ fut. KiViTu), aor. K^Oi and 
subj. KtKvOuKTi, pf. KSKtvOe, pinpf. tjce- 
KeifOei, celare, occultare,AMJ(p, cooeri 

r:vd, ri, pass. Aili mvOoifiai. eepe- 
liar ; also vdoc Mo9i, Svpii, voif, 
iiol)iiaai, ivl ^uriv ; on^e vi tifam, 
nee le celaho, nor will I conctal it 
from thee ; a 406, no lonjier can je 
du^Ue yotu- eating and (Iriiikmgi it 
is easy to see from jour aeiions that, 

iH^if, fle, V, i}v, ai. tail', joi, ot ; 
^^iv, gen. da(. {Ger. haupc, cap-ut), 
caput, hrad, Ik c.qc l^ TroSae Sicpoei;, 
11640; cdc— jcnni K.; also of animals, 
I S48, A 39, r 273, ♦ 381 ; Bjnonj- 
mouB with UJi, A 163 ; in peripbraeis, 
for a person, A 55, S 62. U 276 ; esp. 
in addrees, ¥ 94 ; common phrase, ovSaalt -TriXoaaiii = lay at One's 
feet; cuetom of liissing head and 
hands.^ 224,S25.x499; thence c< 
speech and words. A 462. n 77. 

Kt^oXX^ftt, collective appcllai 
of sulijecia of Odysseus on islands 
mainland, B 631 , { 100, v 187, »i : 

Ki|XJip (cai'w) mjpi (O T44, Ki)Xcii|i), 
in bItwBg fire, H S17. 

Ki|Xi|H|iup, dat., (nj^Jui. charm), «• 
jplnre (they lislened), ■■ 2. (Od.) 

»riXoi,te\&,aeiyxm> nf the godi ; evem 
of snow, M 280. ^11.) 




Kfiop.O', subj. from eoi'ui. 

icirirsv, If, auc, niBSC., (campnE?), 
garden, * 258, 1 737. 

Ki^p, lie, I, a, du. (, pi, re, ii{, [giipBi, 
Ger. schere, schavf, Eng. shear), 
m ode of dtalh. Ijivpiai, M 326) i^'l' 
Sacnroio, nslier into Hades. £ 207, 
B 302. Immediately upon the birth, 
the JHoira or Aiia was determined ft* 
the life, and the Ker for the death (cf. 
1 411, where the choice of a twofold 
destinyis offered luAdiilleusj the pas- 
sage also showg that the Kijio impels 
10 destruction, cf. rTipiaaifop^rov!;); 
when the lime of death fur the special 
favorites of Zeua approaches, he weighs 
the fortunes of comliataiits, e. g. Patro- 
klog and Sarpedon, Acliilleus and 
Hcklor, (See cut, representing Her- 
mes discharging this fniiciion.) Freq. 

K'^boci' I60t,sepelii 

n|S(fitvt (liilm,) caro 
n|8(|iiJm, oi, {tliSia), properly, f 

63,674. ' ' 

«i(GioTot, 01, (iqfui), cariasimus, 

njBof, la, ttnv^ aernmna, trouble. 
Tuv dWiaroi- ; 9i//JoiJ, grief; luclns, 
N 464, pL, (otTOBW. 

k^Sm, 3 sing., EuhJ. y, opt. oi, inf. ui; 
pass, wv, ipf. tiri;^', and iter. tl)BiaKov. 
fat -iiirovTit,tat, red. axaSiicit, f 133; 
mid. tiiifai, iTni, ovrm, opt. am, inf. 
(oCtai, pass, ofifvac, ip, or, oi, q, ipf. 
■ailiTO, OVTO, iter, -iatiTo, fut. Kitd- 
Jqtto/iiSo, injtm. 4 369, B 404 1 Buiiiiv, 
aiueUre, dittrtst, i 403, Q 340. 542j 
pass. pari, prs, mid., bt eoaremed yiiF, 
person or thing, rivof, caiejiir, H 204. 
A 196, £ 146. 


|rtf,ipr., (Kiw),giah forth, i 455+. 

Joined with Savarns. /3 ^H3; ^liyov, t 
273, j3 165: hence niih iu\y piXaivy, 
ov, 4> 66 ; like 9»i'ni-i>f, n 687 ; often 
^death, A 360, 362. E 652, I 411; 
symbol of hate, A 228. 

nip, OG uSt, I. ntr.,cor. jjfnrt, IT 481 1 
then, in wider sign ilical ion, as the 
seal of understHuilinff, will, and the 
varied emotions, and ttiua iKyrceavKRA- 




ing with varied range of meaning to 
oar ^ heart ;^ hence (ti^) ^puriv, ivi (rrfj- 
9taeiVf and Iv 9vfxt^, Z 523, which we 
may translate within me; {Tnpi) KrjpL, 
exceedingly in heart, most heartily, t 
36 ; KTjpoQi fidWov (at close of verse), 
still more in heart, p 458 : also used 
l)eriphrastically like /levot,', fiirj, etc., 
B 851, cf. A 395. 

Kt|p^<ro'i-<^pi^ovs {^opkitt), urged on 
by their evil destinies^ i. e. to death, 6 


Ki{piv6os, town on coast of Euboia, 
B 538t. 

KTip^Oi, see KTJp. 

icT)p<Ss9 010, 6v = cera, wax, fi 175. 

icT)pv|, VKOQ, I, a; « ; eg, wv, taai, qq, 
herald; the heralds convoked the pop- 
ular assembly, kept order at trials, 
bore as sign of their office a staff (see 
cut, from archaic relief. No. 120), which 
they handed over to hun who had the 
right to speak; they served also as 
messengers of the chiefs and as their 
assistants in sacrifice; epithets, 9tXoi, 
Aiog dyytXoi, Aii ^iXoi. [P 324, pro- 
nounce Kr}pvKJ 'HTTwri^y.] 

iCT)pv<ro'civ, inf , part, -wv, ovtoQj eg, 
ipf. tKiipvaaop, {Krjpv^), proclaim as 
herald, summon, order, iroKifiovde, dyo- 
pTjpdi ; P 325, in the office of herald. 

KTJrai, subj. from Ku/xaL. 

Ki^Tcioi, Mysian tribe, followers of 
Eurypylos, \ 521 f. 

icTJTos, €oc, 61, €a, €(n, monster of the 
deep, e. g. sharks and seals, V 147, d 

itr)TCDC<r<rav ( KrjroQ ) AuKedaipova, 
full of ravines, B 581, d 1. 

Kti^utis, i8og, \i^vri,lake in Boiotia; 
later Kw^aic, E 709t. from 

KT|(^ur<Ss, river in Phokis, B 522 f. 

KT)b>8ci, dat. from -wSrig, (icaiw, Kfjog?), 
fragrant mth sweet odors, Z 483t. 

KT|CDcvTi, a, usually definedyVa^ran^ ; 
and yet this signif. inconsistent with 
r 382 ; perh. better (Kijf-, Kvrog, 
cS,v-us) vaulted, epithet of treasure 
chambers, 12 191. 

KiSvarai, ipf Uidvaro, (oki?', (TKt- 
Mvvu^i), dispergitur, is dijfused, 
{{(tig, 6 1 . 

KtOdpi^e, ipf., <f>'nfiiyyi, was playing 
upon the lyre, 2 tTOf. (See cut, in next 
column, representing a Greek woman.) 


KtOapiS, IV, fem., dthara (hence 
guitar), lyre, a 153 ; sJcUl in playing 
upon the ciihara, N 731. 

KlOapurrvv, ttjv, {KiQapil^nS), art of 
playing the cithara, (See cut.) 

KiicXi{ax€i«, €1, ov(t(i), inf. eiv, part 
ovTog, oucra, ipf kikXtjoks, ov, pass. pr. 
era I, mid. ipf. era, (KraXlw), call, sum- 
mon, KXri6riv, n o m i n a t i m, by name ; 
invocans, 1 569; nominant, IttI' 
KXrjijtv, cognomine; mid., call to- 
gether to one's self d^vStg. 

KtKovcs, Thrakian tribe, 1 47, B 846. 

KiKvs, V, r oh ur. force, X 393+. 

KtXlKcs, tribe of Greater Phrygia, 
dwelling under two leaders in Onfiri 
vTTorrXaKiri and in Lymessos, Z 397, 

KiXXa KaBiri, town in Troas, A 38, 

Ki|x|&^pioi, fabled people dwelling 
at entrance of Hades, X 14+. 

Kivku), aor. kCvt|o'c, subj. (ry (and 
(Tti ? B 147, or perh. fut. ?), inf. cai, 
part, oag, pass. aor. KivnOij, 3 pL ^jci- 
vqQiv, part. rjOivrog. commovere, 
disturb, set in motion (wasps, cloudsj. 




puak with the foot {irodi) ; A 47, as he 
moved himself forward. 

KivSfuvoSi 010, wv, part., ipf kiwvto, 
(kivbii}), proficiscor, set outj mcardi^ 
K 556, A 281. 

Ktvi{fn|S, raler of Kvpros, A 20t. 

idvvp^, waiUnff, whimpering, P 5\. 

KCpicT), daughter of Helios^ sister of 
Aietes, inhabiting the island Aiaie, the 
enchantress, jc 230 sqq. 

K(pKos9 01/, hawh or falcon which 
flies in circles, ipiy^ ; 'AttoXAwvoc ayyi- 
Xoc, o 526. 

KLpvas, part., ki'/ovi} ipf from Kipvrj- 
fu ; cxCpvo, ipf. from Kipvau), (parallel 
form to Kepdvwfii)f miscere, mix; 
oZi/oi/, tern per are, mingle, rj 182. 

Kurcrr|Cs, daughter of Kisses =Oca- 
vwy Z 299t. 

Kurtnif, ruler in Thrake ; his gi^and- 
son Iphidamas, A 223t. 

KunrvPiov, ^, bowl, basin, i 346. 

kCoti), box, chest, ^ 76t. 

KiXavoi, iTi, opt. dvoi, ipf (i)*:txai'(«), 
iiri)(avov, and mid. Kixavo^Jiai, irai^ 
ofitvoi, fut. Kixnoofiai, aeai, otTOi, tjo- 
luda, inf. oitrBai, aor. Kixri^aro, and 
parallel forms Ki\f\iii, subj. jctx^tw, i^crt, 
eiofiiv, opt. £f}7, inf. ^vat, iffitvai, part. 
«C and rjfisvov, ipf. Ktx^ir* <*'» i?'"'/*'* 
(^)icex»y/itv, aor. ««:ix«, o*'. part, wi', [the 
unaugmented forms of two, four, and 
five syllables stand after caesura in third 
foot, the augmented forms of three and 
four syllables almost always at the end 
of the verse]. — (1) reperire, con- 
sequi, overtake, Jind, Tivf\ H, F 291, 
383, Z 228, n 342, X 303.— (2) in ve- 
nire, light upon, B 188, ft 122, ^ 139 ; 
with part, A 26, T 289 ; with adj., 6 

kCxX(u, tnrdi, thrushes, x 468t. 

ict'gSf subj. prs., opt. iC£oi, oirrjv, airs, 
part KiioV) ovTi, a, £, eq, ag, ovoa, y, 
ae, ipf. fKte, ov, or ici{iv\ Kiontv, k'iov, 
(c i eo), go, go away, usually of persons ; 
more rarely of things, animals, ships, 
etc.. Z 422, o 149, tt 177. 

Kfc0v, ovoc* (, a, ig, ag, masc. and 
fem., c o 1 u m n a, pillar, a 127, esp. pil- 
lar supporting the rafters. (See plate 
ILL at end of volume, F. and G.) 

KXayyif , rjg^ y, (icXa^to), clamor, any 
sharp sound, shout of men, cry or screech 
\){ birds, cranes, grunting of swine, etc. ; 

rXayyy, T 5=KXaYyT|8^v, B 463, with 
a din ; A 49, twang of bow string. 

KXd(ovTc, part, du., aor. tKXay^av, 
part KXdy^ag, avrogy pf part. jcfjcXiyyoif, 
tting, Cjrag (MSS. ovrtc, ag), make a 
loud, sharp sound, shriek ; M 125, shout- 
mg loudly (in battle) ; ovXov, screaming 
loudly all at once ; of birds, n 429 ; 
beUow, clash, rattle, roar, 

icXaica, iig, o/xev, trov, subj. y(o-t), 
u)p.iv, opt. oioOa, oifjiev, inf. cii/, part 
(x)v, ovra, €, tg, eooi, ag, ovoa, ovoTjQf 
ipf. tKXaiov, KXalov, tu, ov, and iter. 
eoKS, fut. KXavoofiai, oovrai, aor. jcXaiJ- 
<T6, oag, weq), wail^ lament ; esp. of la- 
ment for the dead (either of natural 
expression of grief, or of the more for- 
mal prescribed ceremonv), rtvd, T 300, 
TT 450 (8 169-185); ri,' Q 85, i// 351 ; 
dfi(f)i Tiva, S 339. 

xXavOfJiov, o7o, 6v, (KXaiut), fletus, 
weeping, esp. in lament for the dead, 
yoog, /u 8. 

xXaWc, aor. from KXaita. 

KXdo-c, aor., (icXdiu), fregit, ^ 128 ; 
aor. pass. UXdaOrj, fracta est, A 584. 

KXeT|86vi, ace. KXrjriSova, {KXsog^j 
fama, tidings, d 317; elsewh. excla- 
mation of favorable significance, good 
omen, cf /3 35. 

kXcitw, 6v, oi, wv, ovg, {icXsog, in- 
clitus), glorious, famous, esp. of tTre- 
Kovpuiv, r 451, and iKaTOfil^rjv, A 447. 

KXeiToSs (1) son of Mantios, o 249. 
— (2) Ueiorjvopog viov, companion of 
Polydamas, slain by Teukros, 445. 

KXeiu), (I) see kXew. — (2) see kXt}iu). 

KXc<$PovXos, a Trojan, slain by 
Aias, son of Oileus, n 330t. 

KXetnraTpti, wife of Meleagros = 
'AXkvovtj, I 556+. 

xX^oSt P^' «» (ic^vto, clu-entes, 
Gothic, hliuma [sense of hearing], 
Ger. laut [sound]), quae fando au- 
diuntur: (1) fama, rumor, tidings 
((Tov,fc/[iov, of thee, of me). — (2) gloria, 
KXfog (<Toi) irpog Tpiowv tlvai, laudi 
tibi sunto inter Troianos, but 
they shall be an honor to thee before 
the Trojans, X 514; pL dvdpuiv, lau- 
d e s, glorious deeds. 

icX^irrg, ry , (icXiTrrw), thief, F 1 1 f , 

KXeiTTOirdiqd, ry, (/cXsTrTiyt;), tiickery, 
T 396t. 

kX^ittti, subj., kXittte, imp. prs., aor. 
iKXt^e, inf. icXe\(/ai, (ic<iX.uTCTv»i>t«\~'\''«k-* 

kUoiiaIi ] 

oc-cul-0, clepo), furarL, tUtJ ; 
foiiv, failere, deceive; votp, canniDg- 
Jv get adrsTiCage of, A 132. 

kXcouai, ipf. f>cXi(D), pass, of icXtf- I 
aurnx. subj. cXti'u, (Mf-at), fama' 
c e 1 eb ra r e. Duiix/OBWui, n 338, 1' 299. 

KXtMVal, as, lown in Argulis, B 

■X^V <"W"). nominatim, bg 

icMtrtSnva, see t:\ujhivi. 

Miifn, a I ti u «, alder, i 64 and £39. 

I a, ioft, bar (see cuts Nus. 32 and 3S, 
both from Kgtplian originals); cut 
No. 60, in four compartments, shows 
above the open, belutv the closet) door: 

le left ai 

tvithin ; < 

right from without; c,g.f, mark the 
place of the kej'-hole, Uiruugh which 
ihe lhonf(. i/u>c, o 442 ran, and th« key 
was paEEcd hv which the holt was first 
lifled (as is se^n at g), avixo'iiiv, and 
then pushed back (Armani,). The ad- 
joining cut, from a Greek eepulvhral 

'./ ?-)— (3) iugulmn, coflor- 
- (4) curved trntgut of bnckle, 
(See cut No. 104.)— (5) rtofe. 
/not, rowUctt, Im nXfjIai, to which the 
oars were made f».«t bj a thong-, and 
round which thej played, see cuts Nos. 
126 and 35; for later, dilferent arrange- 
ment, see cuts Nos. 41, 64, and the 
Assyrian war-ship, cut No. 40. iri 
rXt/iffi, translate, at tie oan. 

KXii)Iirra£ (jcAttiw), Ikal nvy be ehnd, 

eXniu, aor. (l>tXi{wn, inf. 7™., («X.,. 
/if), c lander e, shut,o;(^nc, dmsjiir- 
Kord the bolts closing the door, by 
means of the thong, {See cut No. 

icXiipot, ov. If, nvs. (kXoki?), sors, 
(I) lot, a Sidney or potsherd or broken 
(cXiiw) twig, on which each man 
scratched bis mark, H 175; the lots 
were then shaken in a helmet, and be 
whose lot first sprang forth was there- 
by selected for the matter in hand. 
-~i2) pateitmt atalt, patrimouium, 
5 64. 

■Xi)Tai, ovQ, (coAeui), e 1 e< 

I 165; 

ladder. I 55». (Od ) 

■tXivT^pi, r^i (cXivui) lectiilo, 
coach, infa, cf. adjacent cut No 73, 

nXivw, Bubj, xUiqiin, inf tXivt. part 
-WI-, aor. IMn, nv, (tAicne). pnrL -or, 

s No. 33. presup- ww/i'm, one thing against another; ri 

poses double bolls, and above on the rivi, irpuc fcunn, drew aside the 

right we see the key as it is applied, chariots and leaned lliein up agaiiiEt 

and below on the other half of the the shining walls of the vestibule; 

door the loosened thong; these bolts oom waXiv, oculos avertere, tarn 

of double doors are aUo called In- away the eyes; f">K>iv, inclinare 

0^'K, ixVi', Kpuirr^. with hidden, con- pngnam, tiirnfii<fKiaa/*battle; nrai;, 

oenlud bolt.— f2) clavis, t(y, better fugare.pii(*n,^(; pass. aor. (i)eXn- 

described as hook, M 4S6. (See cut 0q, icXitfi^, -^vi.t, (Xii'!fqrf/>',-g)mrt, hnrf 

I't t^/, erouet daiai, K 350; jripuo', 
ik on one (tide ; Ut down ; pf. sttMa- 
:, axKijtkvaQ, or, oi, mv, tj, plupf. «- 

n i X u s r e i, rat upon, Itan upon, r 

«W»(l*> Ji "C. <". '"''- !«"■ PCp "Ct 
(eXi'vu), rarM iat of ehephurds, lArd or 
i«^ icigaam of warriors, cf. Q 430; 
ixmA or «aiy cioir. (See cut No. 79.) 
■Uvlilhv./roin Iht hut; M-jt^rii, to 
lluhiit: icXiiriji<pi.tnihelail. 

icXtaiov, rd, ini/rfinff* adjnmag ■mat- 
ter'! home, (cf. in Bignif., Eng. Lean- 
to), for Bervanw, strangers, etc, u 

itXiff(i^ ov, oioi, owe, (icXi'wti), eaiy- 
dudr, rtdining chair, a 145. (Cf. ad- 
joining cut, or cut No. 1 12.) 

■Xirlh', ace. pi. Ce. (iXivm), cli 
ihpe, kiU-iide, i 470. 

icXWfh oiwi, port, (iiii', invTo 
mc, fagare, put to J^ht (tiv", 
absol., A 496 ; O 7, dnvt tv/i-re one, 
proturb&re; pass. iXDvcoi'rni. tirflni, 
ipf iovTo, conturbari, nak mld/g 

! o/iiXif, in 

abovt, be driven u> eon/uri 
the fray ; ivi rifr, * 527. 

KXov'oti ebief of the Boiotians, B 
495; alaiu by Agenor. O 340. 

kX jvev, rdv, t u r b a m. tufau/f , n 729 1 
iyi^tidwv, press of spears. 

■XmrtiiH', gen. pi. from kMwios, 
(rXoirq), f a M a c i um, decfit/ul. v 295t. 

xXoTinctvttt', moic fine ipetchuf 
T 149t. (Of doubtful deriv. and 

xXllStgi', u, (ic\iZio), biiloto, wr^ n 
42 It 

KKiltnw. ipf. iter., (icXm^u), van 
piiuMug, * 61 ; itXiad^t di HaXnaaa, 
Wat dashed high, roue altifi infomik. 

kXuSi, imp. from (Xuui. JUor. • 

KXeiiJni, (1) a Nereid. S. 47.— <a) 
an altendnnC of Helena, r 144; daugh- 
ter of Minyas (Ipbis), mother of Iphi- 
kloa, A 326. 

EXv|ufa«, father of Eurydike, tnor- 


■ of Helena, wife of Ag- 
her paramour Ai^slhoa 

having flain at her desire her husbai . 
she hL'ri'clf was rlain wilh Aigisllius 
hv her own son Orcslcs, A 1 13, y 265, 
310.x 4.^9. (See cut Ho. 36.) 

KX»T»>n, son of KlytioB. — (1) 
AtlXoi;-.— (2) n«-p«.oc. 

KXvrfot, (1) son of Laomedon, 
brother of Priamoe, father of Kalctor, 
O 419, 427, r 147, T 238.— (2) father 
of Feiraios in Ithaka, r 3S7.— (3) 
father of Dolops. 

■Xi^Tii-cpvov {fipiav\ swjbw of far 
moat to rki, otUtl, 9 345t. 

KX(Ta-^i}&i](, son of P^nops. beaten 
in boxing-match by Neslor. *■ 634t. 

EXvTd-viiot, son of Alkinoos, S 1 1 9, 

icX&ra-niXy, witA nai& iltedi, nhvava 
epithet of Aides, E 654 sqq. (11.) 
Probably in reference lo raoe of I'er- 

iMrri^ oil, ov, oi ; also comm. (ren- 
der, (kXui,,, in-clu-tuf 
iUiatrioutjghriout; 'Evi'd 
alsDof other gods and men, a 300; of 
'ptace8,a 437; of animals, t 308; of 
I lhi>if!:s. ui'ouo, r 183, i 364. 
1 itX{iTo-TtX"l*i,/'"'><"''^r hit art, re- 
\itouiaed atlisl, A 571. 

■XCrd-Tafot, y, Dv, Crii^ovViBitii {<v- 





mmu bow^ renowned archer^ A 101, p 

fcAvbi, aor. ckXvov, ig^ «, oi', also k\v- 
ovy imp. k\vOi„ icXure, and aor. sync. 
KfK\v9i^ r«, (cluere, in-clutus), (1) 
hear^ tTrof, ayyeXirjv^ SovnoVf avSrjv^ 
also with gen. oTrocvocera; with part., 
S 505, Tivbg avSrffravrog ; F 87, hear 
from me, the proposition of Alexan- 
der ; also Ik rcvot,-, ex aliquo. — (2) 
e X a u d i r e, give, ear to, hearken, tivoi,; 
A 43, 218, /5 262, y 385 ; also rti^oc,- 
av^fjg^ fivOtjjVt nvi ctpiji; > less common 
with dat, riW, 11 516. — (3) obedire, 
hear and comply^ obey, rov fidXa fuv 
kXvov, o 220. 

KXwOcs, lit the Spinsters ; as god- 
desses of fate, >/ 197t. 

KXa)|xaK6€0'<rav {KKCjfia^, gram us), 
on rock terraces, rocky, B 729t. 

Kve4>as> aoc- trc, (^vo0og), crepus- 
c ul u m, twilight, dusk, tr 370. 

icvt), ipf. from jcWu, «Ae grated {tirl, 
thereon), A 639t. 

KvrJfiTi, rjv, at, dwv, ymv, crus, part 
of leg between the knee and ankle, 
shin, A 519. 

KVT)}ji{s, Xdag, (Kinifiri), o c r e a, greaves, 
metal plates, lined with some soft ma- 
terial, bent around the shin-bone un- 
der the knee, and fastened by clasps 
at the ankle (see cut No. 39), only in 
Iliad ; the word in the Odyssey, a; 229, 
signifies leather leggins. 

KVT||jioto-i, ovg, masc, saltus, moun- 
tain valleys, B 821. 

KvtjoTt, dat. from Kvfjarig, (ict/rjv), 
hdfejbr shaving or grating, A 640 f. 

KvicTT), only sing., (mA^ja, nidor ?), 
/at, esp. the fat caiU or diaphragm, in 
which the thighs of the victim were 
wrapped, laid upon the fire and burned, 
together with the pieces of flesh piled 
upon them (A 460); hence the word 
also signifies the steam of the fat or sac- 
rifice, A 66 ; icvurfJ€v,/ttW of the steam 
ofbttrnt sacrifice, k lOf. [v. 1. Kviaar}^^ 

KW^T)d|Ji(p {KvvZ>(Mi), with whimper, 
whimpering, tt 163f. 

icw(w<Fa>, fnt., and aor. tcvv^atrrev, v 
401, 433, mxjike lustreless. 

KvcSSaXov, fera, monster, p 31 7t. 

KvoNTiSsi fiiyd\ri ttoXu; ivptiy, in 
Kreta, B 646,2 591, r 178. 

KvcD<r<rovo'a, part., deeply slumbering, 
consopita, d 809f. 

KotXoio, ov, ri, fig, y, rfv, only x 385, 
KolXov, (icoAXof, cav-us), hollow; Xi- 
fiifi^, detp-embosomed, extending far into 
the land, k 92. 

Kui/id(i), aor. (l)Ko(|AT|(rc, aare, imp. 
trov, part, oag, aoa, («r({|iai)s kUl, hush 
to sleep, Tivd ; litt&r, S 336 ; con so pi- 
re, put to sleep, also figuratively ; mid. 
pr. KOtfAarai, ipf. Koifiaro, tDt/ro, aor. 
{l)Koifiri<raTo, aavra, subj. atovrai, imp. 
aaadt, and aor. pass. (i)Koifir]9i]ftev, 
opt. Ofiri, inf Brivai, part. 9svri, «, €g, 
lay one*s self down to sleep, past tenses, 
sltqft ; sle^ the sleep of deaths A 241. 

KOipav^ovo'i, part, iwv, eovra, (jcoc- 
pavog), be lord or master, rule, dvdy 
Kara, hid nvag; dominari, /)i!asf the 
lord, V 377. 

KoCpdvoSs e, 01, (Kvpog), ruler; also 
with Xawv, ruler of the people, H 234. 

Koipuvost (1) a Lykian slain by 
Odysseus, E 677. — (2) from Lyktos in 
Kreta, charioteer of Meriones, P 611, 
614, slain by Hektor. 

koCtt], Ty, (Kelfjiai), bed, r 341 f. 

KoiTosy 010, ov, ov, masc, bed, ^ 455 ; 
night's rest, sleep, r} 138. 

KoXcdv, Of o, r,J, and KovXtov, f, ntr., 
(metal) sword-sheath, A 194, 220. 

KoXXi^cvra, ntr. pi., (/coXXaw), ^votol 
vavfiaxa, ship -spears, united together 
icith rings, O 389 f. 

koXXt|t^v, ot<ri, ym^ dg, (icoXXaai), 
firmly bound together, compacted or shod 
with bands, O 678, y\/ 194. 

K^XXfnri, dat. from icoXXoif/, peg on 
the lyre, round which the string was 
made fast, 407 f. 

KoXoui>v, ovg, graculorum, jach' 
daws, n 583. (11.) 

k6Xov, ntr.. docked. pointless, H llTf. 

KoXo(r*jpT^v, TOP, noisy raJthle, M 147 
and N 472. 

KoXovci, imp. (T%,{KoXog), mutilat, 
leaves unfulfilled, T 370; X 340, cut 
short, curtail. 

KiiXir^, ov, 01, ovg, (KaXvrrTu), fold 
or belly of garment round neck and 
breast, 1 570 ; bosom, Z 136, 400 ;' bo- 
som of the sea, S 140. 

^KoXua, ipf. from KoXtodw, {KoXwog), 
screamed, bawled, B 212t. 

KoXuvT| (KkXX(jj), CO 11 is, hiU, B 811. 

KoXtt^v ((f)ov?) IXavvtTi, continut 
noisy wrangling, A 575f. 




Koifc^florrcy r«Cf p&^ from Kofiduty 
{Kofiij), otriOeVy toith hnir Umg at back 
of head, shorn in front, B 542 ; Kapti^ 
long - haired ; iQitpyai^ with long 

KofUtoff KOfUoiHTiy imp. tiTtoVf inf. 
Iciv, ipf. iKOfiH (and iter. Ef(Tic£), cit-i/v, 
tol» core of, tend (by giving bath, food, 
bed, clothing), riva, X 250; also of 
animals, p 310, 319. "" 

K^l&vi, lyCf )7^t «(« AC* (coma), Aoir o/* 
Aead; pi. Z 231, thick flowing locks; 
aisofciiage, ^ 195. 

ico|iKSif, ^C« ^I'f cultns corporis, 
(see KOfjifui), care, attendance, bestowed 
on men, horses, also on garden, tu 245, 

Kouitoi, u, snbj. y, imp. ico^i^e, inf. 
uv, sfiiv, ipf. iico/ui^e, fut. KOfiid, aor. 
UofUfftra, {l)K6fiUTe, av, subj. (<T(7y, imp. 
umov, (cofUfii), (1) wait upon, attend, 
care for, Z 490, nvd, r« ; esp. receive 
as ffuesi, entertain, k 73, p 113, cf. Ill ; 
Tivd Tivi, nutrire, V 69 ; pass, ofuvoc, 
9 461. — (2) gather up, xf/ 355 ; carry 
away, V 378 ; bear off, fi 456, B 875 ; 
bring, ♦ 699 ; mid. aor. {VjKOfiiaaaTO, 
ianvTO, opt. itrato, receive hospitably, 
entertain; X 286, carry off iu one's 

KOfitrktt), ipf. Iic^i&irci, clothed, rattle J, 
M 151t. 

K^iroSy o, («coraj3o(,), stamping of 
feet, 9 380 ; grinding, gna^h'ng of tusks 
of boar. 

Kov«iPi)crf, oav. aor., ipf. icovaPitc, 
Cjeoi'a/3of), resound (of echo); ra^/fc, 
rwi^, O 648, * 593, N 498. (II. and p 

Kdvoipof, din, cra^h, k 122f. 

Kovtv|, sing., and yrr, pulvis, dust; 
X 600, rose from his head ; with o/ii- 
XXjy, N 336 ; (rr(OO0aAt7yi, IT 775, <u 39; 
«if9d^ '^ 502, 506; cineres. a.v^, i} 
153. [I when in final foot of verse.] 

K&yiSf tog, I, fem., pulvis, dust, N 
335; ashes, S 23, X 191. 

Kovf>ar(rokXos» <*>, ((r/aX), dust-cloud, 
dust-tohirl, V 13. (II.) 

KovtovTCf, part, fut. Kovwovm, aor. 
^icui/i(Tf, ( KmnQ ), moii'e (/»«< ; irtSiow. 
raise a dust -cloud, speedinj^ over the 
plain, N 820 ; making dusty, 4> 407 ; 
pass, phipf. KtKovlro, and pf. KtKoi'if^ie- 
voi, pulvere obducti, covered vnth 

KOVTCV, TOV, ( K£VT6<a ), poh, I 


Kcnrpcvs, father of Periphetes, 

ic<nrpi{«rovTcs, fut. part., (iroTrpf'w), 
stercorandi cau8a,ybr manure, p 

iccirpo«, »j, only sing., fimus, ster-' 
c u s, 1 u t u m, dung, Q 164 ; farm-yard^ 
caU/e-stall, 2 575. 

Kcmrov, ovTiQ, part , ipf Kovre, ov, 
aor. ic6i//«, ay ; 2 pf. xtKorrutg, aor. mid. 
ic(ii//aro, ftctrf, smite ; vapfjiov, on the 
cheek ; vori yaiy, strike to earth ; bite, 
sting, M 2 4; decidere, detrunca- 
re, X ^77; forge, deofiovc, mid., X 33, 
smite one's own head. 

K6paKo« virpy, rocky mountain in 
Ithaka, v 408t. 

Kopkvvvfxi, fut. Kopccif, kn, tiov. opt. 
KopkoHt, satiare, sate, satisfy, rivu 
TLvi, 6 379 ; mid. (i^KopkaoaTo^oufitiia, 
subj. oiovrai, opt. oaiaro^ inf. oaoQat, 
part, odfitvog, and pass. pf. KtKoptifttOa, 
t}o9t, ripkvoi, act. part. KeKoptjon, aor. 
also pass. UopfoOrjv, satiari, stUe one's 
self with, Tivog ; (Kara) Ovfiov, in heart ; 
also metaph. be tired of, rivog, or with 
part, rdfiviov, KXaiovaa, v 59. 

Kopiw, aor. imp. Kopijcrarc, stoeq) out, 
V 149t. 

Kopi], false reading, read Kovptf. 

KopBvcTOu, (Kopvg, Kap, III.), raises 
itself aloft, 1 7t. 

K(ipiv6os> the city Korinth, the 
wealthy, on isthmus of same name, 
Isthmos, B 570; Kopiv9o6i, at Korinth, 
N 664 ; ancient name, 'Etpvprj. 

icopf&6v, TOP, (jceipu/), the timnk of the 
tree 1 hewed round about (beginning 
with the root and progressing toward 
the smaller end), \p 196t. 

ic6pos> (>, satietas, taedinm; 
Tivog. surfeit, N 636, 8 103. 

K^pmiv, Ttp; temple, A 502. (H.) 

KopvvdiKi, dat., {KopvGa aifroovri), 
hibnet shaking, with waving plume, X 

KopvO-aioXos {KopvBa aioXijv e^^i'), 
uith glancing helm, esp. epithet of Hek- 
tor and of Ares, B 816, F 83. (IL) 

K<SpvpPa (K(}pv<l>f}, icdpri) axpa, the 
heads or ends, in which the stern of 
vessel terniinated, cf d^Xaara, 1 241 f. 
(See cut No. 21.) 

icopi)Ki|, y, (^Kapu^^) hoJtiU. <ma«t V5A. 




iron). Hence comes ico()vvi{tii|«, ijv, 
duh-hrandishery H 141, 9. 

K^pvs, v^o^, 6l, Gttf and vtf ; 0fc» ^wr, 
Otaaij oQf fem., (<c«|0»;, icap), helmtt^ with 
adjs. ^piapriv, Satda\ir}v, iinro6a<TtirjCj 
iirTTOKOfJioVy \afiirofJi€vriCi Xafxirprig, ira- 
vaiOym^ TiTpa^dKt^^ (piuivy^ Xa^icijpeoCi 
XaXKonapyoVf N 131, 188. (See these 
adjs., and cuts under them.) 

Kopv<r<rov, part., ipf. iKopwire, 
(K6pvg)j equip, ex ci tare, augere; 
pass, and mid. Kopvaaiai^ aatrai. atrofit- 

VOQf OV, ipf. KOpvtTtTtTO, <Tffi(T0>?V, aor. 

KopvaodiifvoQy and pf. part. KBKopvOfis- 
voCf ov, 01, a, equipped; (xaXKtp), shod 
toitk; arm one's self^ Tivxioiy ;\;rtAir^; 
raise the head, A 442, cf. 443, 424, cf. 

Kopv(rnf|v, du. ra, lit. helmed, hence 
armed, ready for haiik, A 457, N 201. 

KO()v^t)s, y, r\v, ai, yai, dg, (KopvfiPog, 
Kupvg), vertex, crest ; c a c u m e n, sum- 
mit, dat. without prep., E 554. (II. and 
I 121.) 

Kopv<|>ovTai, from -oto, (^Kopytf^fj'), 
rises with arching crest, A 426t. 

Kopuvcia, city in Boiotia, south of 
lake Kopais, B 503f. 

KoptSvT), ijg, y, ai, ymv, (corona, 
cornu, cur-vus), any thing crooked 
or curved, (1) the ring on the door, 
rt 441. (Sec cuts Nos. 72 and 60.) — 
(2) the curved end of the how over which 
the loop of the bow-string must be 
brought. (See cut No. 37, under trra- 
vvovaiv.^ — (3) tivdXiai, TaiwyXtuaaoi, 
sea-crows, cormorants, « 66. 

icop(i>vi<ri, dat. pi. fem., (Kopwvri), bent 
into shape of a horn, cwved (always in 
4th foot of verse), of ships, r 182. (See 
cuts Nos. 21,41,94,95.) 

Kiipwvos, KaivetSrig, father of Le- 
onteus, king of the Lapithai, B 

KoiTfiioj, ipf. iK6ay.€iy €ov, aor. ik6- 
(TfiritTi, inf. ijaai, pass. aor. 3 pi. Kufffirj- 
6av, part. -Osvreg, (jcoer/ioc), arrange, 
order, equip troops, get ready chariot ; 
doprrov, prepare evening meal, ly 13; 
mid. KotTfAtjadfjitvog TroXirirag, marshal- 
it^ his own countrymen, B 806. 

ico<rp.t)Ta£ ((coa/xEu;), well laid out, rj 

Ko<rfii]Topi, e, usually \at7)v, mar' 
shuler of the jieople, usually of Atrei- 

dai and Dioskouroi; only in a 152, 
Amphinomos. (II.) 

ic6or|&os» ^, ov, arrafigement, order; 
construct! o, building, 'iTrirov, 
492; decus, ornamenta,omam^nff, 
trappings, of women and horses ; 
Koofiifi, in order, in rank and Jile; 
Xi'iji', ev Kara Kutrfiov, duly, becoming- 
ly, 6 489 ; ov K. k:., indecdre, shame- 
fully, i; 181. 

KOT^ovcn, part, ktnv, tovrog, re, 
eov<T(a), pf. part. KeKorrjori, r 7 1 ; mid, 
ipf. Kor'tovTo, aor. KoriatraTo, subj. 6<t- 
aerai, part, saadfuvog, rf, (Korog), suc- 
c en sere, be angry with, rivi (on ac- 
count of something, nvog, A 168) ; also 
ovvtKa, quod. 

Korrf\tVi, wrathful, E 191t. 

k6tov. Tor, grudge, rancor, wrath, with 
dat. of person against whom feeling 
is felt, Tivi ; but II 449, in whom thou 
wilt excite dire wrath. 

KOTi)Xt)v, rriv, properly a little cup ; 
E 306, hip^oint. 

icoTvXt)oov6<t>iV) from «:on;Ai;d«i)i/,(iro- 
TvXrf), Tcpog — , on the suckers at the end 
of the tentaculae of the polypus peb- 
bles stick fast, £ 433t. 

KOTvX-ifpvTov {apvai), that ma^ he 
caught in cups, streaming, ^ 34f . 

KovXcov, see KoXtov. 

KovpT), sing, and pi., (gen. du)v, dat. 
^<Ti), fem. from Kovpog, young giri or 
daughter, cf. French fille; rtvof, 
Xpvffrjidog, A 111, for the daughter of 
Chryses; (Aeot,) yAat;jcai7rtc= Athene; 
also applied to youthful wives, A 98, Z 

KOvpt)T€«, iov, earn, {Kovpog"), *Axat~ 
wv, Uavaxatutv, T 248, 193, youthful 
chiefs, piinces, princes' sens. 

KovptfTcs, tribe in Aitolia, after- 
ward expelled by Aitolians; their siege 
of Kalydon, I 529-599. 

KovpkSCov, 010, t{j, ov, Tjg, y, rjv, ag, 
(Kovpii [ Curtius ], Kovpog, Kovpri ?), 
bridal, wedded; n obi lis, noble, A 243 
(cf. 242, fivrjarrjg), o 22, in whj^h latter 
case neither Kovpi6ioio nor (piXoto is 
subst. The signification of the word 
is not certainly known ; others trans- 
late youthful, princely, A 1 14. • 

Kovp£((0v, part., {Kovpog), young, htsty, 

X l«5t. 

KovpCt (Kovpd), adv., tpvtraVf by the 
hair, X 188t. 




KOVpOSy ifty OVj Utj 01, iOV, OffflV, OVt^j 

properly iuvenis, yottth, hoy^ Z 59; 
«w, r 523 (yet N 95) ; cf. icovporc- 
poiox, A 316, 310, iunioribus, 
freak with youth, lusty, Orfprirfjpfs \ 
hence, aide to bear arms, vaiiant, noble, 
/3 96 ; used often (cf. Lat. eqiiites) 
to denote persons of given rank, and 
may be translated nebk, A 473 ; Kovpoi 
'Axotoiv, etc. 

Kovpo-Tp^^og (TpBifnD) 6ya9rif housi 
natrix iuvenum robnstorum, 


Kov^a, ntr. pi., as adv., quickly, N 
I58f ; Kov^^cpov, vith lighter heart, 


K6«v, son of Antenor, slain by Aga- 
memnon. A 248-260, T 53. 

K6«0v8*, see Kwg. 

Kpaara, ru rag, see III. cap. 

KpHScuv^fjbcvov, 17. (KpaSaivu)), v i b ra- 
ta m, quivering, N 504. (II.) 

icpaocU»v, part, from Kpaddo), vi- 
brans, brandishing, H 213, r 438. 

Kpa8£T|, }}c, jfi ifv, and at beginning 
of verse Kapdiri, (icjoct^ow), cor, heart; 
then as centre of circulation, anima, 
life; also animus, couragf, A 225, 
M 247 ; heart as seat of emotion, desire, 

1 616, with Ovfioc. K 220, B 171, d 
548, etc., of thought, reason, ^ 441 ; 
thoughts were set, i 260. 

Kpoivovon, ipf. UpaiaivSy aor. imp. 
Kprivov, Kprir\vov, TfvaT{e), inf. Kprjvai, 
Kpt)7ivai, fut. mid. (as pass.) KpavUoOai, 
(creare). pcrficere, € 170, cuicom- 
pUsh, fulfill, bring to pass; I 626, the 
object of our mission does not appear 
to me likely to be brought to pass in 
this way ; only 391, bear sway. 

Kpcuirv^v, oXoi, at, a, as adv. = iSig, 
comp. 'orfpoQ, rapid us, from wind 
and storm; elsewh. quick; ^ 590, 
hasty, hot. 

Kp&vdii, an island, (Od.), r 445t. 

Kpavaiis, i}v, rocky, Ithaka, a 247. 

KpaV^c<rOai, fut., see Kpaivovm. 

Kpdvciav, ace, gen. €117^, corn us, 
cornel-tree, its wood esp. hard, k 242. 

icpaviw (Kpavov), cranio, vpper part 
of the skull, e 84t. 

KpdiraOos, t), B 676, island near 
Khodos ; later YLapiraOog. 

Kparc^ W, see III. Kctp. 

Kp&TOi-YV&Xoi (yvaXov), tcith strong 

breast -plates, T 361 f. (See cut Na 

Kparatts (KpaTog), with its weight, 
with overmastering force, pond us, X 

Kp&rattv, fitiripa Trig S/cvXAf/c, pt 

tcpdrcur^, ov, it), T}, pot ens, mighty; 
9rip6g=\toin-og, A 119. 

Kpara^-^cSov (Kparaiog') ovdag,hard- 
surfacid earth, pavimentum, 1// 46f. 

Kparcp^s, 0X0, ov, (p, 6v, it), oXoi ; ij, 
vgy yj »70t (ftiTf<i>iv, thrice at end of 
verse), rjv, ai, rjffi, dg; 6v, (Kparog), 
and parallel foiTn icaprcp^s, 6v, oi, 
{K(iprog}, strong, mighty, of persons, 
things, passions, etc. ; adv. Kpareputg, 
strongly, mightily, B 29 ; hold firm thy 
ground, 11 501. 

Kparcpo - <)>povos, gen., ace. o, (e), 
{(bpr)v\ stout- hearted^ dauntless, ani- 
mosus; of heroes and waiTiors, of 
lion, Onp, K 184. 

Kparcp-iuvvx^^f <^C> i^^^^j strong- 
hoofed, strong- clawed, of horses, mules, 
and jc 218, of wolves and lions. 

Kp<£Tc<r4>i, see III. Kiip. 

Kp&TcvTObiv, gen. pi., (Kparog), ex- 
plained by Aristarchus as stone-; head- 
stones, on which the spits were rested 
in roasting meat ; cf. our fire-dogs, and- 
fVon.?, possibly in shape like the horns 
on the altar in cut No. 102, 1 214t. 

KpaWcif, it, ovoL, inf. knv, part. eW, 
(jcparoc), be mighty, rule over, A 288; 
Kpariiov, with might ; over any one, 
Tivtjv ; Ttoiv, bear sway among, X 485. 

Kpdros, eV, and KaproSf (V, robur, 
potentia, imperium, might, pmrei; 
mastery, a 359 ; v i c t o r i a, ^ 280 ; 
fpeptoOai, rcportare, carry off v ictory. 

KpaxiSsi see IIL Knp. 

Kpari^s = Kparepbg, dpytKpovrrjg, H 
181, € 49, mighty. 

Kp^df, pi. (C(0£(a)' (Kpsar^a)', y 33, 
I 162), gen. Kpiwv, Kpaiwv, dat. Kpiamt^ 
(cruor), caro. j^^A, ip\. pieces offiesh, 
dressed meat. [I'jOtor, synizesis, » 347.] 

tcpciov (jcpsag}, meat-tray, dresser, I 

icpcicrcrcov, ovfc, omv, ov, (KpaT-jwv'), 
superior, mirjhtier, stronger; t, 182, 
nobler and better; ^iy, superior in 
strength ; with inf., 345. 

Kp€iovTia8T)«, son of Kpeliov, Lyko- 
medes, T 240t. 

•A '. '■ 





Kpcfcav, ovra^ rvTwr, (ovffaf X 48), 
properly part., riding^ ruler; tvpv Kp.^ 
Ruling far and wide, title esp. of Aga- 
memnon, with reference to his position 
as generalissimo of Greek forces ; also 
of Euosichthon, Zeus; also in one case 
of servant of Menelaos, 5 22. 

Kpciuv, (I) king of Thebes, father 
of Megara, X 269. — (2) father of Ly- 
komedes, I 84. 

Kpefxafiai, see following. 

Kpifiavvvjui, fut. KpcfjuSd), aor. Kpk- 
fid<T€, dtravTiQ, suspender e, hang^ 
hnng up; mid. ipf. Upifxa), pendebas, 
thou didst hang, O 18. 

Kpiiovy gen. pi. from xpeag. 

icpi]Yvov, TO — eiTTac, A lOef, salu- 
1 1 f e r u m, good^ use/iU^ helpful. 

Kpi^Scuivov, y, a, {Kaprjt ^c'w), head- 
band ; m woman's '^'^ 
attire, a short m/, as 
in adjacent cut, a 
334 ; of cities, hat- 
tlements, v 388 ; of 
wine jar, Ud. y 392, 
(See cut No. 68.) 

KpT)tjv(u, aor. from 
Kpaivoum. icpYJ6cv, 
see III. Kcip, funditus, vtterly. 

KpY)Ocvs, AtoX«5r/c» husband of Tupw, 
X 237, 258. 

KpijOoiv, son of Diokles, slain by 
Aineias, E 542, 549. 

Kpt)f&vov, 010, ov, oi, ovQn («fp€/wa//ot), 
overhanging river hank, esp. the gullied 
banks of the Skamandros, * 26, 175. 

KpY)vatai {Kpifivf]) vvfji<paif fountain 
nymphs^ p 240f . 

Kpi^vt), f7f, y, riv (Sf), at, stay, {Kapti- 
VCT, cf. caput), ybwn^atn, spring, loell, 
I 14, 1 141. (Cf. cut No. 65.) * 

Kpt^Tcs, B 645, r 230, inhabitants of 
island Kp^Tt) ; described, r 172, 175, 
iKarofxiroXiv, ivpeirjg ; also pi. Kpi/ra- 
wv, as divided and speaking different 
languages, tt 62 ; K/w/yriyv^f, r 186 ; 
KpriTTj9ev, T 233. 

KpT)rijpo«, I, CT, ff, <Ti, ac, masc, («- 
jOrtrru^ii), mirm^-reMc/ in which wine 
and water, in ratio of § and J, were 
mingled : fxhyiaQai ; aTriaatrOoi, place 
the mixing-bowl at hand, usually near 
the hearth, and often on a tripod (esp. 
when several Kprirfjpig were used at 
the feast) ; the contents were after- 
ward poured into the drinking - cups 

by. means of the irpoxooc, y 339; Z 
527, set up in our palace a mixing- 
bowl in commemoration of freedom, 
in honor of the gods. Cut No. 7 
shows (1) the ain<f>i(l>optvg^ from which 
the wine was poured into the upper 
smaller mixing bowl, on which the 
TTpnxoog stands ; the second mixing 
bowl served to contain the. water, and 
then the contents of both bowls may 
be imagined as mixed in the largest 
mixing-bowl, which stands upon the 
tripod, and from which, by means of 
the Trpoxoog, the diluted wine was dis- 
tributed into the dkrraa. (Cf. cut No. 

Kpt, ro, nom. and ace, (KpiOif), Xtw- 
Kov, barley, T 496 ; also as food for 
horses, E 196, ^ 41. 

KptOaC, itiv, k(i)v, AC, (ic/ui, cer-es ?), 
barley, barleycorn, A 69. 

KpiKc, aor. from <C|U(^(i>, creaked, of 
the yoke under a strain, U 470 f. 

Kp^KOVy TQv, {icipKog^ circus), yoke* 
ring, Q 272t. (See adjoining cut, from 
the antique ; still clearer cuts Nos. 45, 


KpCiqQ9 oxri, subj., otfu opt, Kpivs 
imp., utv, ovTEg part, prs., aor. txptve, 
ivav^ subj. ivwfft, part, ivac, c em ere, 
sieve, select; eligere, Xoxovds, for the 
ambuscade ; pass. pf. part. Kfxpifjikvot, 
ovg^ 1], electi, chosen, selected (SJ 19, 
-ov, certum), and KpivQivrs, fc; de- 
cernere, decide, viiKog, the dispute; 
(TKoKiag Okfiiffrag, proleptically,j9errerf 
justice, mid. Kpivovrai, subj. tjpiGa, 
aor. tKpivaro^ subj. rirai, wvrai, imp. 
aa9(ov, inf. aa9ai, part, afitvog, s i b i 
eligere, choose for one's self; also, 
measvre one's self in battle, dpi]i, acie, 
B 385 ; TT 269, when our courage and 
that of the suitors is measured in my 




palace, cf. w 507 ; dvupovg, expound^ 

Kpi6vy e, masc., {ickpaQ), arietem, 
ram, I 447,461. 

Kpura, town in Phokis ; t,a9kr)v, B 
620, near and southwest of Delphi. 

KpiTiSs, 01, {Kpivui)y elcctus, chosen, 
H 434 and 6^ 258. 

Kpooiviav, part., (jcpoutti), galloping , 
Z 607, O 264. 

Kpourffcosy a Trojan, slain by Meges, 

icpoic^-^cirXos (TreTrAof), loith saffrtm- 
colored mantle; epithet of Eos, 6 1. (II.) 

Kp^icov, Tov, crocus, saffron, IS, 348 f. 

KpoKi^Xcia, TO., island or village be- 
longing to Ithaka, B 633t. 

Kp6}ivov, oio, cepa, onion, A 630, r 

KpovtSv)«, ov, ao, y, riv, rj, son of 
Kronos, standing alone or with Zeus, 
A 552, a 45, =Kpovt(i)v, iwvog {iovog, 
S 247, X 620). (See following.) 

iLp6vos» 010 i ov, ov, (Kpaivio), father 
of Zeus. Poseidaon, Aides, of Hera, 
Demeter, and Hestia; overthrown with 
the Titans, 415, 479, 383, E 721. 

icpo<r<rd(0V, ag, fern., (Kopaq ?), perh. 
walls of the towers, between foundations 
and battlements, M 258, 444. 

icpoT^i(ov, ipf, (icporaXoj/), ox^a, 
made rattle (as they drew), drew the 
rattling chariots, A 160f. 

KpiixflU^ov, 010, OLOL, oig, masc., tem- 
pora, temples ; sing., A 502, T 397. 

KpoWovTCf (^icpoTog) o\ta, drawing 
ike rattling chariots, O 453j. 

Kpovvoi, " Springs," name of local- 
ity in Ells, [o 295]t. 

Kpovvuy du., iSJv, ovg, pi., sources, A 
454 ; of Skaraandros, X 147, 208. 

icpvpSo, 2 168t. =KpvP8T)v, X 455 

(Od.), clam.gecrsiku. 

• Kpvcpo :o {kpvo g,cr u-o r. En g. g o r e), 

rigid us, chilling, dread, N 48, 6 103. 

KpviScvTos, toaa , (xpiog), horrendi, 
ckUlitig, horrible, I 2. (11.) 

icpvirTo£8£T|«, a, (tcpvirrui), clande- 
stina, «ecre^; A 542, eland est in is 
captis consiliis decernere. 

icpviTTQ KXrjidt, with a secret bolt, !Ei 

Kpvirruv, part., ipf. iter. KpinrraaKi, 
fut Kovypu), aor. tKpvy\juv, Kpoxj/iv, subj. 
i(/w, mf. xpai, part ^^avrag, perf. pass, 
part KiKpvfjifiivov, a, aor. Kpu<p9ri, ce- 


lare, hide, conceal, ri rivi (with desh^ 
for protection); pass, se celare, vtto 
Tin, sub re, hide one^s self under ^^7 
thing ; rivd, aor., from some one ; keep 
secret, tirog rivi, X 443. 

KpvoToXXoS) % masc, {icpvog), gla* 
cies. «cc, clear ice, ^477 and X 152. 

Kpv^Siiv (Kpv<pa), clam, secretly^ 
i 330 and r 299. 

Kpwfiva, locality in Paphlagonia, B 

icTaf&cv(ai), og, see KTtivu}, 

KToiorOav, aor. iKrijout, {t)Kr{]aaT0, pf. 
€KTfj(T9ai, sibi comparare, acquire 
Jar one's self, property, servants, wife ; 
Tipi rt, a 1 i c u i a 1 i q u i d, t; 265 ; pf. 
possidere,^o«€M, 1 402. 

icTcdT€<r<nv (tu Krsnp, KraopaC), bo- 
nis, property, possessions^ £ 154, a 

KTcdrunra, tv, part, ag, aor. from 
-I'^tu, (KTBap), sibi comparare, ac- 
qmt'efw one's self; dovpi, cf. ^ovpiicrq- 
Tiy, ferro = bello, n 57. [d] 

Ktcoltos, son of Aktor and of Mo- 
lione, B 621. 

KTc(v€i«, £(, ovoi, subj. Of, Inf. etVf 
part u)v, ovT{a), tg, ipf. tKTtive, ov, 

KTi7v€, ov, iter. KTUVfOKi, fut. KTlvkiti^ 

££( (a), knv and Kravku), kovra, aor. 
(f)(cr«iff, opt aipi, inf. vai, part vac, 
avTtg, aoa, 2 aor. tKravov, eg, €, icra- 
vov, f, and 3 sing, iktu, aptv, av, subj. 
KTBupiv, X 216, inf. KTdptv{ai) ; pas^s. 
prs. KTStVittptda, soBai, opsvog, y, wv^ 
ovg, ipf. KTHvovTO, 3 pi. aor. tKradsv, 
and aor. 2 KranBai^ dptvog, nio. ^j, or, 
<uv, oiai, rig, with aoristic signif only 
in N 262,0 554,2 337, interimere, 
kil\ slay : pass., E 465, Axaiolg = vie 


KWpas {KTcioQai), possessiitn, K 216 
and Q 235 ; pi. KWpca, f(*jv, always 
with <crf|oet^(ii^, bestow one's posses- 
sions upon one— jus ta face re, bury 
with due honors. 

KTfpi^lMi, fut. KTCpici), lof'fTC, aOr. Opt 

ioeie, uav, and prs. imp. Kxcp^i^c, inf. 
ifitv, aor. -ft^tt), it^ni, (KTFpag), hurt/, 
efferre; a€0\oic. with funeral games; 
Kripta icr., justa fa cere, bury with 
solemn ponjp. « 291. 

KTf\'^off = KTriparn, flat, amv, dcra- 
(rOai), possession, property, esp. tlie treas' 
ures carried off at the same time with 
Helen, H 350, 1 382. 




Kn^oxo^ *OpfieviSTjg, father of Eu- 
inaios, o 414t. 

Kr^cninros, from Same, son of Po- 
lytherses. a saitor, v 288, x 279 ; slain 
by Philoitios, x 285. 

tsmfitnoif aiv, fern., (crfier^ac), prop- 
ertyy O 663. 

tcnjToC (icr5a0ai), that may be ac- 
quired^ I 407 f. 

ktXS^v (ticrt'c), Kvviriv^ helmet of 
weasel-skinj K 335 and 458. 

KTi^u), SLOT. ktCoxtc, tKTioav^ incole- 
re, Mettle in a country ^ with aec, T 216. 

KT^Xos, ov, aries, ram, F 196 and 
N492. P] 

KTt|&cvt), daughter of Laertes, sister 
of Odysseus, settled in marriage in 
Same, o 363. 

icT&ircci, cwv, iovaai^ aor. tKTVirf^ 
cruTTf, crash, of falling trees,* <A«fwfer, 
of Zeus ; fisya, loud ; ofiepdaXiay ter- 
ribly, H 479, 170. 

tertvoif ov, ov, sonitus, any hud 
noise, stamping of feet, blow of horse's 
hoof, /bot-treOid, tumvU of baitlCy thunder, 
•K 532, 237. 

KJ&fMi, beans, N 589 f. 

KVclvCOSy OV, 01, T\, TfV, Ol, y(T(V, 

{m'tavoo), of steel, only 2 564 ; elsewh. 
always stee'-blue or darh-colwed, Q 94. 

icv&v6'^c(av, wtVA dcerkfeet, A 629 f. 

icvavo-^p<ppc(ovf (Trp^pa), veac, y 
299 ; elsewh. irpupoto ; always at end 
of verse, always with vsog, dark-bowed, 
dark-prowed, 6 693, t 482. 

Kvdvoio, gen., (blue) steel, A 24, 35, 
and 1] 87. 

Kvavo - x^^''^*^ ~ -X"*'^C» ^**« y» 
(X««r»;), dark - haired f also snbst., ^e 

dark-haired one, N 563; (2r/r&-mafi€d, 

1 224. 

Kvav-wviSos (wi//), dark-eyed, /x 60f . 

ici;Pcpvt](rai, aor. inf., (Kv(3epvd(M), 
g u b e r n o), «<<'er, y 283 f. 

icvPcpini)TT)«, lutj rjv, voc. KvfiipvriTa^ 
/i 217; ort = -T|TTipcs, 557; guber- 
nator, pilot, helmsman, T 43, ^ 316. 

KvPurrf , 3 sing., ipf. 3 pi. Kv'^iffTutv, 
(Kv(5q, hmd, only found in gramma- 
rians)» se praecipitat, turn a somer- 
s lult, tumble ; $ 354, were leaping about. 

icvPi(m)rfjpc, SQ, (KvjSiffTav), divers^ 
n 750 ; elsewh. tumblers. 

KvhaivfuVf ipf. Kvdaive^ ov, aor. kv- 
^j;pe, inf. 7)vai, (^kv^oq), glorify^ honor. 

612; ennoble, ir 212; Ovfiov, rejoice 
the heart. 

icvSoXC^oio, OV, <o, ourc, (idjdog), noble 
in exterior, glorious, epithet of heroes ; 
Kfjp, periphrastically, noble heart. 

Ktfodvci, ipf. tKvdavov, {iciidog), eacaU, 
jS; 73; superiores erant, T42. 

KvSl-avcipg, dv, {icvSidv), m<xn-evm»^ 
bling, bringing renown, dyopfi, fidxHt A 
490, Z 124. 

icv8l<kAV, rcCf {icvduiio, levdog), triumph' 
ing, proud, ^ 519. (II.) 

KvSiOTC, Tjv, {idJSog), most ghricus, 
exalted, A 122. 

icv8o()icov, 3 pi. ipf, fut. rjautv, (kv- 
SoifAog), saeviebant, grassaban- 
tur, spread confusion, A 324; O 136, 
y'ludc, to vent his rage against us. 

KvSoifi^s, ot;, 6v, din or melee of bat- 
tle ; uproar, also personified, 2 535, £ 

ict/8o«, hi, ntr., might, majesty, glory, 
y 57, 79, 'Ax««wv, pride of the Achaioi. 

ituSpilj, riv, {kvBo^), glorious, iUustriouSf 
X 580. 

KvSwvcS) tribe in northwest of Kre- 
ta, 7 292, r 176. 

icv^ov<rav, part., ipf. iicvit, with acc., 
bear in the womb, T 117; "¥ 266, be 
with mule foal. 

KiOOc, aor. from K^v9ii, occuluit, 
has hid, 

KvO^pcta, epithet of Aphrodite, 9 
288; from island KvOripo, rd, south- 
west of promontory Maleia, where the 
worship of the goddess had been intro- 
duced by an early Phoinikian colony, 

1 81, 432 ; Kt;6'qp^8cv,/rom KytherOf 
adj. KvOt)p(<p, ov, K 268, O 431. 

icvK<S(i>vTi, dat. part., ipf. iicvKa, aor. 
KvKir\ai, pass. prs. part. KVKutfievoc, ov, 
^, aor. du. KVKriOrjrriv, i)Qricav, immi- 
sc ere, stir up and mix with, pass., con- 
fun di, perturbari, be struck with 
fear^ or panic, Y 489 ; be in commotum, 
foam up, of the sea. 

KVKCw, = Hui, Tov, (from KVKiuiv, ru- 
/eav), mixed drink, compounded of bar- 
Icy meal, grated goats* cheese, and 
(Pramnian) wine, A 624; Kirke adds 
also honey, k 290, 234. 

KtucXi^croficv, fut. (KVKXfut, kvkAoc), 
wheel away, carry forth, of corpses, H 


kvkXov, if), ov, 01, and a, circle, ring; 
^oKiov, circle with which hunters en- 




thee game \ i ep<p, s a n c t o, rolemn 
circle, as tribaDal ; KVKXqt^ round about ; 
the ringa on the outside of shield, or 
the layers which, lying one above an- 
other and gradually diminishing in 
size toward the dfupaXoc, made up the 
shield, A 33, Y 280 ; wheel, *• 340, pi. 
rd KvicXa. 

KvicX^ac, in a circle^ A 212 and P 

KvicXo^rcp^S (rf/pw), circVar, p 209 ; 
A 124, stretch, draw into a circle. 

KvicX-«nrc«, wild race of giants, a 
71,^ 5.1 166 sqq., related to Gigantes 
and Phaiakians, without towns, fear of 
gods, or social ties, i 166 ; chief repre- 
sentative, 6 KvkXo^, Polyphemos, the 
lawless nv)nster, i 428 ; one-eyed can- 
nibal, <c 200 ; overreached by Odys- 
seus, ( 366, 408. 

KVKvwv, riHv, cygnorum, swans, B 
460 and O 692. 

kSX^vSci^ pass, wv, or, pass. prs. trai, 
ia9ai, ofjievog, 17, lyv, a, ipf. (i)KvXivd6To, 
volvere aliquid, roll, vfiixd rtvi, 
m o 1 i r i, metaph., roll calamity against ; 
pass., vol vi, be rolled, also throw one's 
self prostrate, wallow, in agony, 9 86 ; 
in grief, Kara Konpov, in the dirt (of 
the street, etc.) ; vmv Trrjfia, evil is roll- 
ing upon us. 

KvXXi^vT), mountain chain in north- 
em Arkadia, B 603; birthplace of 
Hermes, who is hence called, w I, 
KvXXi^vios; yet the word in O 518 
designates an inhabitant of the town 
KvXXrjvTi, in Elis. 

KvXXo-^oStcav, voc. -irS^ov, (icwXXof , 
Tovg), crook-fooied, epithet of Hephai- 
8tos,*331. (II.) 

KVfMi, rag, Ti, ra, m, ntr.. (fi'w), 
nnda, also fluctus, wave, bUlmo, B 
209, K 574; B 396, v 99, ventis agi- 
tata, keep off the waves raised by the 
wind ; Kard. k., with the current. 

KVfAcUvovre^ part., («cffio), ttovtov^ 
fluctuantem,6i/fotry, S 229. (Od.) 

KVf&P&XOS, or, (KvjSr}), adj.. on the 
head, K 586 ; subst., crown or top of hel- 
met, in which the plume is fixed, O o36. 
(See cut No. 20,6.) 

K^lkivbiv, rnv, S 291 1; variant name 
of bird usually called x«Xicu-, nif/kt- 

Kv|io-86icT| and Kv^o-0<$t|, Nereids, 

idh^d-iLvia, doQ'fiy, abusive epithet 
applied oy Ares to Athena, 4> 394. 

Kvv^, >7C» y, t\v, {KviMjv), soldier's cap, 
of leather or weasel's skin, also of 
metal stiffened or adorned with metal, 
XaX«:/;p»yf (see cut, p. 58), also fitted 
with metal plates to protect the cheeks, 
XuXKOTTOLpyoQ ', with horse-hair plume, 
'iinrovpig, Imroddfrtia, cf. cuts Nos. 1 1, 
85. Sometimes entirely of bronze = 
hdmet. Kvviri aiyeirj is a goat-skin cap, 
like that of the oarsmen in cut No. 4 1 . 
"Ai^og, cap of Hades, rendering invibi- 
ble, E 845. 

KiJvcos iicvtjv), impudens, shame- 
less, I 373 f. 

Kvi'kio, ipf. iciJvci, for, aor. Kv<ra, 

(t)KrV(Tf, (f)lCW<T<T€(|/), opt. KlXTiU, iuf. 

aaaij osculari, kiss, viov, travra, 
masc, TT 21 ; yovvara, xiipag, Ki^aXrjv 
re Kai iofiovg, ftiv KtpaXijv r£ xai dfj^ut 
<pa(a KuXd x^^P^S t dfi(f>orBpag, tt 15, 
cf. p 39 ; KfipaXdg kqI ^^ijoa^, <p 225 ; 
dpovpav, one's native soil. 

Kvv-if)Y^Tat (ayui), venatores, hunt- 
ers, i 120t. 

Kvvo-paurr^wv (synizesis), gen. pi. 
from -(TT7}g, (paiio), Jkas, p 300t. 

KvvoS) harbor-town of Lokris, B 
53 if. 

KvvTcpov, ravBv, {kvu)v), i m pu d e n- 
tius, -issimum, shameless, horrible; 
K 503, what* daring exploit he should 

Kvv-ohra, voc. masc. from A 159 ; 
-iom^i tSog, fem., impudent; impu- 
dens, shameless, V 1 80. 

Kt/irapi(r(ni)Ci«,town in Elis, B 593t. 

icvirapiO'0'£v<p (Kvirdpiatrog), of cy- 
press wood^ p 340 f. 

icvirdpi<ro-os» r), cypress, evergreen, 
€ 64t. 

ici^vcipov, ro, fragrant marsh -grass, 
food for horses, perh. galingal, 603. 

Kib'cXXov, a, oig, (c u p a, Eng. c u p), 
goblet, usually of gold, general word 
for drinking-cup, Q 305, cf 285, 1 670. 

Kvirpis> IV, and tSa, Aphrodite, f; 
330; as goddess of island Kvirpos, 
whither her worship was brought by 
Phoinikians, d 83 ; KvTrpovdt, A 21. 

KvTrru}, aor. opt. icvi|rci*, part. »//af, 
avTi, bow down, X 585. (II.) 

itup^a, TO, {icvpftij), what one lights 
upon, booty, prey, P 272 ; usually with 
tXutp, E 488. 




irtipoxis, aor. from Kvput, 

KvpTcSv, a», a, (cur-vus), rounded, 
arched J rounds B 218. (II.) 

KvpTioBiVf part. aor. pass, from Kvp- 
row, curvatuui, arched, \ 244f. 

Kvpojy ipf. icvpc, collide toith, lipfiari ; 
aor. part. Kvpoaq bttI aujfxuTif having 
lighted upon a lifeless body; alkv kir' 
avxsvi KvpSf was c nstantly aiming at 
the neck,^ 821 ; mid., 12 530, Kvptrai 
KaKtpi encounters, falls in with, 

KvoTiv, rr\Vy bladder, E 67. (II.) 

Kih-Mposy town in Paphlagonia, B 

Kv^^ (Kitwru)), bowed, bent, i3 16 f. 

Kv^os, town in Pen'ha^bia in Thes- 
saly, B 748t. ^ 

Kvix), see Kvkit) and Kvvkio. 


(ri{v) and Kvvt<rai(v), vaq, masc, six 
times fem., c a n i s, dog. bitch ; Orjpavrai, 
rpaTTil^iieQ ; 'Aioao — Kerberos, B 368, 
X 623 ; sea-dog, perhaps seal, /x 96 ; 
dog of Orion, X 29 = Seirios ; as 
s3rmbol of shamelessness, applied to 
woraen=feminae impudicae, then 
with general sense, impudens, im- 
pudent ; dastardly dogs, N 623 ; with 
Xvaafjrrip, rabida, raging hound, 6 

K«a«, ea, loiv. fleece, serving for seat 
or bedding, tt 47, I 661, y 38. 

K<&h€\.aVi poppy 'head, IS, 499f. 

KWKvr^, o, (iccoiri'Ui), (1) howkn^^ 
walling, X 409 and 447.— (2) as propel 
name, a river of the lower world, flow- 
nig out of the Styx, c 514. 

KioKvui, 3 sg. prs. KioKvci, ipf. cKwcve, 
ov, aor. tKdjKUfftv, KCJKva, part. KutKv- 
aaaa, -dvTiov, (1) shriek, wuU, always 
of women, € 37, /3 361. — (2) trans., la- 
ment, rivd, (tt 295. 

ic<uXT)ira, r//v, (kwXov ?), p o p 1 i t e ra, 
bend or hollow of the knee, '^ 726t. 

KMfta, TO, ((coi/iaoi), sopor, deep 
sleep, <T 201. 

Koirai, town on lake Kopais in Bo:- 
otia, B 502t. 

Kw7n\y y, riv, yoiM, yg, ag, (capio, 
Eng. haft), sword-hilt, A 219 ; butt or 
handle of oar (same word used to-day 
in Greece for our), i 489 ; i n c u m bere 
rem is, lay ones self to the oar, /i 
214 ; handle of key, 7. (See cut No. 

Kfld^cvTi, ra, (KWTrJi)t hUted, H 332* 
O 713. 

KiapvKffi rif, perae, leather sack or 
wallet, € 267. (Od.) [v] 

Ktts, ace. KowrSff to Kos, O 28, 
island in Ikarian sea, opposite the coast 
of Karia. 

K(i><{>(p, 6v, rjv, (ko-tttu)), (1) blunted^ 
A 390. — (2) noiseless, sUent (before it 
breaks). S 16. — (3) yalavj duU^ sense' 
less, lifeless, Q 54. 


Xaas, aog, ac, aav, du. ac, pi. awv, 
diaoi, saxum, stone, F 12, M 445, X 
594, V 163, i 10 ; heuni stone, k 211. 

Adas, av, town in Lakonike, B 

, XaPp-aY^pT)v, tov, (XdPpos)^ reckless 
talker, *^ 479t. 

Xa^pcvcat, 2 sing, prs., (\df3pog), 
talkest rashly, ^ 474 and 478. 

Xcippos, ov, and sup. -ototov, rapi- 
d us, swift, 293. 

Xayxdvu), ipf IKdyxavovy Xdyxavov, 
aor. tXaxov, \dx{(v), ojniv, ov, subj. 
\dxjf(Tiv, y, inf. av, part, wv, ovra, 

sortiri, obtain by lot, ri, I 367, O 190; 
\rjidog aloav, praedae portionem, 
share of spoil ; Krip Xa^f ytivofiivov, 
had me allotted to her at birth, i. e. o6- 
tained power over me from my birth j 
pf Xt\6yxa<n, adepti sunt, have ob» 
tcdned, tijjltjv diopwvj Krspkutv ; red. aor. 
subj. XtXa^iyre, woi, Qavovra trvpog^ 
mortuo ignem impertire, put in 
possession of fire ^ solemnly bum, H 
80 ; choose by lot ; i 1 60,/a// by lot, 

XayaxSv, ovg, masc, lepOrem, es, 
hare, K 361, |0 295. 

Aa^picT|s, (1) son of Aimon, father 

AUpn|« U 

of Alkiinedon,M;niiiclon, n 197.— (3) 
Ijnwowioc in Pyloe, / 425. 

Aiipnif, eon of Akre'isios, falher 
of (Wjaseua, king in Ithaka, a 430, lu 
S06,27O.ilM,x I89,J955. 

AuprUSiit, ton af Laerttt, Odys- 
«ens, B 173, f 203, i 19. 1' 200. 

XatoCarOi 3 pi. opt. prs., ipf. \aX.(to 
ifKdltTo, E 840), taki into the hands 
(X«mri), /ia'iTTiyn; riyKie, amplecli. 
embrace; yaiitv^^a^;, bite the dust, Cull 
in combat; fv%av vaKw. caught l>ack 
■gain ihe worda (of joy which were on 
bia lips), V 294. 

Xd9t-Kii)Ua, Bcc. masc, (Xa9tij' xq- 
ioi). ionitUf^ care, X 83f. 

XiLOpl] (XaSiiv), clam, lecrrVg, un- 
kfauuM,* also with ):en.,rii'uc, aliquo; 
sensim, tnip<nypti(ff, T 165. 

Xi£iYV^i "L't {\iiai:). pObtet, t 433 

and 195. [fl] 

XniXail'. XaCX&m, a, fern., ihtader- 
ihunrr, jlurricon; ,- also fig. with iito£, 
M379,r 51. 

Xai|ii3v, rav, gnttar, throat, gu'lel, 
KSeB, S34, X 15. (IL) 

X«(v<ot and Xdivot, ov, oi, (Xaif), 
Baxens, o/itone, tlang; M 177, nixoci 
jet the passage ie of doubtful aothen- 

Xaunjia, rd. (\dc,»g ?). nripSivra, 
flntlering ihieid or target, E 453 and M 
426, 80 called on account of tbe^Ufr- 
ing apron of untanncd leather, Xaaioc, 
tianging from the shield. (See adjoin- 
ing cnt, and esp. No. B5.) 

AouTTpCy^, uvof, 6) 

■, fabled tribe 


XaiTfia, r<i, {\ai(iui ?). ilepA or galf 
ui the sea, used alone or with doAdir- 
(nje.QX<is,T267. (Od.) 

Xal^ot, i(a), ntr., >halii!/,taiurtd gar- 
meat. V 399 and v 206. 

Xiui|ri|p^v, oif, H, (XaiinJ'), rapj- 
d u s, fH?«*(e, taifl, Kaiifripa ivupa, plied 
nimblj, O 269. 

Xdnf, aor. from Xaojcu. 

A((i«Safpw, ofof, fern., district 
whoee capical was Sparta, Fiav, y 22% ; 
iparitvifi, C 239; tvpixofjov, v 414; 
noiXtiv airiiiaaav, 1 1. 

XoKTfttgv, part,, (Xa'O, ticUn^ mlA 
M< Afe'. tiraggling eOHVuLnnelff, of the 
mortaJfy wounded, cr 99 and x SS. 

Xii/i^aVui, only S aor. IXsPt, also 
other augmented forms tAXa/J((), etc., 
(1) prehendere,t<bte AoiJa/.ri (it) 
Xiipiam ; tit d jroWj, gratp by the 
foot, etc; aycdt, amplecCi,eniirRci!,- 
Tivut, also mid. tXAa;3>r{o), comprc- 
hendit, te&e, and XtXnjtlEa^i, sciL 
auTov, i 3SS. — (2) of mental autes. 
subjeeta such aa x^'ti incessit, loitfl 
pouefiion of, srise, rtva (also with ace. 
ofi)arl.,y«rn).— (3)accipere,r™K. 
— (4J CHpere, (ofa capline, curry off at 
booty; T, as.^domi recipiens. 

Adfun, king of LaisCrygones, c Blf. 

XB(«TiMKTi, part, pr., (-riuj, Xa'fiini), 
i/ozfn^, A 104. 

Aa|i,ir<T(&ii)t, ton of Lampoi, Dolops, 
O 526t. 

hja,f!wvtii[, a nymph, daughter of 
"HiXiocfi 132,375. 

AsiiirM, ( 1 ) son of Laomedon, 
father of Trojan Dolopa, r 147. O 528. 
—(2) horse of Eos, i/- 246 ; of Hektor, 
e 185. 

Xdjiirp^, 6v, oTm. ^mv. sup. iraroe, 
higM, (Aioinj, r 234. fll.l Xaa^noiv 
Trnii^mWi, splei 

Xa/iiroi), fre pant or batint, a 307, 
r 63 ; for holding blazing pine splin- 
ters, used to illuminate Doms. (See 
cuts on next p^e, after bronze origi- 
nals from Pompeii.) 

Xa/iira., only prs.and Ipf. (?)XiiiLw{«) 
and Xa^if', act. and mid., splcndere, 
line, gleam, be radiant ; subject a per- 
son, (xaXK.^, Tru|ii, Ttvxtoi^, iK 'Cax'ws,, 




e. g. metal, torches, weapons, 6ip9a\fiWf 
baaty also irt^. x^^Kt^-, T 156. 

\av9dvui^ ipf. (£)Xdv6avc, ov, parallel 
form Xi{Ob>, chief forms : ipf. iXtjOov. 
\rj9(^i)f etc., iter. X^dcaicf, fut. Xijwic,*, 
aor. (I)\a0(€), \d9ov, 3 du. Xa06r»;v, 
mid. ipf. XavOdvofiviVf prs. Xi^^eat, ipf 
XijBsTo, aor. Xa0fr(o), opt. 3 pL XaOoioTo^ 
and aor. red. XfXflf^ovro, \i)ia96(T9(jjy pf 
XiXaorai, <T/4t0a,(T^£»'og, ov,(l) latere, 
ggcapcL-fW^ice of, rtva, A 561, N 272; 
with part., N 360;~721, w 166, 9 93, 
P 89 ; also with on {ori, P 626), and 
oTTwf ; \a9iov (ri va), clam, unperceived 
by, 1 477, A 251, p 305.--(2) XfAa'^y 
T#m rivof, O 60, mdlcejor^iet, — (3) mid. 
ni'oc. oblivisci,yor^S^ A 127,7 224. 

Xd{, (calx), with the keel^ joined 
with TTodi, K 158 and o 45. 

Ado-Yovos, (1) son of Trojan One- 
tor, slain by Meriones, n 604. — (2) 
son of Trojan Bias, slain by Achil- 
leus, r 460. 

Ado-8d}ia«, vtoq, rra, voe. Sdfidy 
(1) son of Antenor,.a Trojan, slain by 
Aias, O 516. — (2) son of Alkinoos, 
boxer, 9 119, 132, jy 170,0 117,141. 

Aao-8d|&cia, daughter of Bellero- 
phontes, mother of Sarpedon, Z 198. 

Ado-8tiCT|, (1) daughter of Agamem- 
non, 1 145, 287.— (2) daughter of Pria- 
mos, wife of Helikaon, r 124, Z 252. 

Aoo-SoKos, (1) Antenor*s son, A 87. 
— (2) comrade of Antilochos, P 699. 

Aao-6ot), daughter of Altes, mother 
of Lykaon, * 85, X 48. 

Aao-fJbc8ovTid8Ti«, (1) Friamos, F 
250.— (2) Lampos, O 527. 

Aao-f&^8(ov, son of Ilos, father of 
Priamos, Y 237, Z 23, E 269, 640; his 
faithlessness, <I> 443 ; his daughter was 
wooed by Herakles, to whom she was 
promised by Laomedon on condition 
that Herakles freed her from the sea- 
monster which Poseidon had sent to 
ravage Troas. Herakles peiformed 
his part of the agreement, and when 
Laomedon refused Hesione, Herakles 
slew him, E 638 sqq. 

Xao«, etc. (no du.), masc., {K\aP6c ? 
cl uentes ?), |)eopfe, multitudo, /I 
199, E 573; usually pi., soldiers, vag- 
sals, y 214, exercitus, army, opp. 
fleet or troops fighting from chariots. 

Xao-<rcrdos, ov, {aevto}, driving the 
people on (to combat), rovsing the peo- 
ple epithet of Ares, Eri^, Athene 
(ApoUon, Aniphiaraos), N 128, x 210. 

Xdo-<)>opov odov, public way, O 682 f. 

Xairdpt)«, gen., rjv, fem., the soft part 
of the body between the hips and the 
r\hs. flank, loins, T 359. (II.) 

AairiCat, Lapithai, a tribe inhabiting 
Mount Olympos in Thessaly, M 128, 
181,0 297. 

XaTTTio, only fut. part. X(£i|romt9 lap 
up with the tongue, II 161 f. 

Adplou, TiQ, town in Asia Minor 
near Kyme, B 841, P 301. 

Xdpvaicc^ 77/1/, chest, 2 413 ; vase, Q 

Xdpw, rw, laro, cormorant, e 51 f. 

Xdpov, sup. -wrarog, dainty, choice, 
P 572, (3 350. 

Xdcrtos, ov, otm, riv, (caavg?^, vil- 
losus, shaggy, wooUy. i 433 ; epithet of 
arr\9oq, also of Ktjp, as sign of strength 
and courage. A 189. 

XdcKuj, only aor. Xdxc, crashed^ 



■lau. TH 292, 7 340 ; B 43S, ^nn Hi 

iv ravTa XtTiufitfln, let us now sneak 
141. DO kmger of these chinga (but act); 

Xonicfivtiit, TW. gnttnriB. X 335, N i7S,what needlo relate tlie«e ihiugs? 
Ibere appeared an anprotected spot on (See also AEX.) 
tie throat. (D.) Xmoivu, fat. X«w^_, aor. 3 pi. Xti- 

Xavpip', rijv, sad (orn^in) \avptK. ifi'iiv, part, ac, (Xtioc. levls), mooCi, d 
(ids poMogt, pathway between die 111} lectl off, 260. 
hooee of Odjueua and the outer wall Xcipdv, uiv, ipf. \i!fii, ov, aor. Xii- 
(of the court), X 128, 13?. (See plate if-ai, part- j'Hirt.Clibare). effande- 

■-, S dn. 2 583, glu- 


tire, gulp doBTa, 

Ux'ui, wi'fA ^ooiJ toil for cUgging, 

fiiiilfitl,i 116 and x SOS. 

hBx>^> y, wf>o% Aoi'r, doaa, K 134 ; 
qNUH Hair, B 219; X 320, narm 

■lojOT, I 548. (II.) 

XaX>'V> ^Vi lana.nwn', i 445'!', 

' ' 9. part, X^uv, eor. \di, bury- 

ing hit teeth in 


Uprgt, nora. sing-., gen. pL -i/TUiv, 
ealdron for wanning water, or for boil- 
ing food over (ire,^ 362; vnuh-iaiin, 
held under tbe hands or feel while 
water was poored from a pitcher over 
ihem (see cut), r 366; avBi/iSivra, 
adorned on the exterior nith designs 
<n of palm leaves or flowers. 

Xfyviwv, Xiyi, «v, uv, ovrtf, ipf. 
{f)\fy((), \ijoiuv, aor. iXiity, mid. prs. 
\ty6ia8a, loBi, ia9ni, ipf. Xsyovro, 
aor. Xifaro, aire, aa6at. 2 aor. {Xiy- 
pifv, Xirra, pass. 1 aiir. lUxQilv, lege- 
re, coll 'gere, pic* up, gather, iaria. 

narrate (only Od. and B 222), ri, 1 197^ pf.'xiXn,; 
r 20.^; ri r.ri,( 5,X 374; mid.,s^'-^ - ' ' 

tion, Q 285 j divov, also with n 

farm a driniroffering. (See adjoining 

cat ; cf. also Nos. 24 and 102.) 

Xtipl*. Svoc, ^ a, (C. ac, (\u0-o\ 
madotn, Z 292; KupwvMti', Jivm Iht 
nfodotc. Q 451. 

Xtiot, fi. If, i)v, a, (levis), imooA, 
nwn. fctief; im-pduiv, ( 443, ftee from 
rocks ; Xfia J" tiroii|oi»p, made even. 

XiCiru, prs. ipf., also XtiM.'), fut. 

*iiij™, aor. aHroi;, also Xfirov, if, t, 

/«»■, Xiir' = ftijr', anil Xisri , imp., 

mid. prs., ipf. X(iir(r(.i). 

coiligcre. Kill I elicere. se ad nil- XiXmrrm, inf. -tr^flnt. part. -/i/jivnc,'"'. 
merare. coiUri/or one's kI/. lelrct for , 01, plupf. XAtr^i/iifv. tiim, 2 fiit X(- 
VHe'itrlf, add aae'i kI/Ib i narrare, | X(jf(rai, aor.3 pL Xime, linqno, ro- 

linquero, leave, fari-ir.: 
J 213, me aefiuiuiit. lira 

TasB. and hot. mnl., relir- 
qui. remanorc, be kf!, 
remain i umnOiV, t i v niri, M 
1 4. ««™w ; nvoi, lo bt Uft 
behind one (with ace. of dis- 
:e F ioiipit jpw^i') ; TI 




rum, after the chariols had 

bfea fariateii (Xiviv [v. 1. 

AiTTi.i']) bj their maater3. 

KtipidcvTS, iSfironv, (^ei- 
fiiair), mj/srhile; utth, (en- 
der.deScale, r 152. (II.) 

AtiMr\t, Eon of Oinopa, 
di'DOEuov of the Euitors; he 
shares their fate, f 144. x 310. 

AiwKpiTot, ( I ) sou of Arlebas, 
slain by Aitieias, P 344,— (2) son of 
Kuenor, saitor, ji S42 ; elaiii by Telciii- 

. Mhto, Bee Xiriu, 
n the Trojan 

. X 294. 

Xilown, see XEi 
and A EX. Xium 

Afurdv, promo; 
coasl. opposite l.eabos, S 

UicTpov, oio, (j,, oioi. (Ai);u(), lee t us, 
ierf; freq, pi., irnAnioB Sjojiiv, to the 
site of the ancient bed; U«TporS< 
(with Sivpo, hither), tchtdle 392. 

XtXoPtoAu, -^im, nee Aa/ij)nvu. 
XiXd^n. <>"ro, Bee Aavddvui. 

XiXaKvto, see Xamcu. XtkovfUvos, 

XcXaxvrrif wai, see Xfryj^avu- 

AAryiSi piratical tribe on south and 
west eosBt of Asia Minor, K 429, ♦ 86. 

XiXijicwt, tArieang, see Xiimw. 

)»Mi,;jAi«, ni, pf., (Xr^v, X,». rapi- 
das, haitilv, with uApa, A 465, E 690. 

I, aia. fine, 

I. aor. fXo^ j I = ^liWii. fcti 
Mrtppni d/ from it the leaves, A 336t. 

Ata^ot, island on the coast of Asia 
Minor, opposite the gulf of Adramvi- 
lium, y 169, Q 544. MaiVSii; fnm 
L.. I 664. Aiir^lSas yvvaUtii, 1 129, 

XJffXn>'> '^•■i (XJ?™. eoHtet), plaM 
o/meeHng, eovtOry fovem, a 329t. 

XcvytCUow, 4>. 01, diit(i), i), pvi, (Xai- 


see Xayxii™- "t". 


the Lapiihai, su 

nor of Heieiia, B 745 

UvoSvo, rri, irfo<( eottir, strap 
passing around the breast of tho horses 
and made fast lo the yoke, E 730. (See 
above cut y; also cut No. 49,/.) 

XiirraXfiii (Xiwrclf), tenera,ifeiicni*, 
2 571 f. 

Xwry, ci..,-.!'. li. j. tic. rf, (Xiin«). sup. 
-urxrot, q, J^ d, katked, T 497 ; le- 

luypiis, 1 


I. funestaE, tBretehed, ihamt- 
/hi, niatu, iroXt/ioc, ima; I 119, 
i-uinous obstinacv ; adv., XavyoX^, 
foede,A'«ffrow/i%, N 723. 

XcvKatvor, 3 pL ipf., (Xtticdc), moA 
white irilh foam, II I'St. 

Aivvdit, Woe, J^fas- lit. " While- 
rock ■' (ef.Ger. WeiflsenfelB),at en- 
trunee of lower world, on border of 
Okeanos, u 1 1 f. 

X(vic-«nrtSa, ace., and -nunc, teiti 
v!hiie ihield, Hthtle-thlelded, X 2941- 

AfuKo?^ = 'ii-w. daughter of Kad- 
mos ; saves Odysseus from drowning 
by throwing him her veil, t 334, 461. 

XttiKoIo, ip, 6v, 01, oic, q, iji', 6v, A, 
conip. -lirtpof. oripijv, (lux, Xiimm, 
yXnucJc), brighl, ihming, gleaming, In- 
cens, splendens, nitens; candi' 
dus.<cjUf«, K437. 

AiviKKi companion of OdysBeaa, ' 
A 49 It- 

Xnii-iiXcvat, '(I, or, ni. (uXi'vi)), sM 
ahile elhomi, ahite armed, epithet of 




Hera, and of women in general, A 55, 

Xfvp<p (Xf coc), piano, level, rj 1 23f . 

Xcvtnrw, prs., ipf., \iv<T(T{t)y (KevKo^), 
cernere, see clmrly; kwi roafrov, so 
far; rivd, conspicere, 6eAo^ T 346. 

X<x<~vo^v (Xcxof, iroiri), making his 
bed in the grass, of river Asopos, A 
383 ; of towns, meadowy, grassy » B 697. 

X^os, «e, «(a), iwv, kt<T(T{iv) ffrm, 
(Xlx<^)} bedstead, \p 189; bed-clothing, 
OTopitrai, make the bed, I 621, 12 648, 
pi.; wvKivov, firmly built, »y 340, i// 
179; the entire bed, including couch 
and bedding, A 609, F 447 ; iropovvuv, 
prepare and share, y 403, r 411 ; 
TpriTo, smoothly polished ; dipojTOf 
smoothly turned (posts and bars); 
pi., the whole bed, composed of all its 
parts, € I, ^ 730, Q 743; bier, funeral 
couch, w 44, ^ 165, Q 720. 

AEX, (1) act. : aor. jfXc{a, imp. Xk^ov, 
put to rest, Q 635 ; fig., SJ 252.— (2) 
mid. : fut. and 1 aor. and syncop. 2 aor. 
imp. \k^o, Xc^eo, lay one^s self to rest, 
9 519, I 67, 3; 350, S 413, p 102; lie 
at ease, B 435. 

X^ttv, ovrog, etc., (exc. oiv), dat. pi. 
Xc(ov<Tc (Xbovoi, X 262), leo, lion, bold 
in the midst of pursuit, r 23 ; attacks 
flocks or herds, E 140; Xeovra yvvaiKiv 
(instead of Xkaivav), destruction to 
women, as goddess of sudden death. 

Xi^YCis, imp. X^y', inf -kpivai, ipf 
iXiyye, Xrjy(^t), fut. Xtj^w, «tv, aor. 3 pi. 
Xij^av, opt. atfii, tiev, leave off, cease, 
rtvoc, Z 107 ; or with part., * 224 ; iv 
fsoi (with thee), I 97; abate, fxtvoq, 
martial fury; x^^P^Q ^ovoio, stay my 
hands /rom slaughter, \ 63. 

Ai{ov|, wife of Tyndareos, mother 
of Kastor and Polydeukes, and of Kly- 
taimnestra, X 298, 300. 

XtjOdvci, Ik , , , TvavTUiV, does not 
allow me to think on all, 17 2211* 

Xi^Btj (XrjOtjj), ohliy io,forgetfulness, 

AtjOos, son of Teutamos, father of 
Hippothoos, B 843, P 288. 

Xi^8w, see XavOavto. 

Xt)td8&s (Xiyif) yvvoTiTflrc, captivas 
feminas.jfeTOafe captives, T 193t. 

Xt)l-PoTc(pY)S (Xri'ioV, ^OffKio) (TVO^, 

crop-destroying, sow, a 29t. 
Xffi^oftat, fut. XT|(or<ro}iav, aoi\ Xijia- 

(Taro, carry off as booty, rivd, a 398, 
2 28 ; TToXXd, 1// 357. 

Xi^tov, low, crop (uncut), segetes. 
B 147. 

Xt)(8o«, T7JC, ace. ida,(XaPitt), prae- 
da, prey, booty, consisting of men, beasts, 
or treasure, A 677, k 41. [i] 

XT)urrTJp€S (0 426, Xt){oTopc«), -pm, 
(Xiyi^o/uai), praedatores,mrate«, y 73. 

XTjXorroC, ri, (XtiH^ofjiai), may be phin^ 
dered (i. e. taken by plunder), I 406, 

XtjirXSl, ry, (Xiji'c), the dispenser of 
booty (Athena), K 460t. 

AifiToSy son of Alektrvon, chief of 
the Boiotians, B 494, N 91, P 601, 
Z 35. 

Xt)icv6<p, ry, oU'Jlask, oU-boifle, ^ 79 
and 215. 

ATJfivof, Lemnos, an island west of 
Troas, with (probably in the time of 
Homer) a city of the same name, {EC 
230, 281 ; rfyaOeri, sacred to Hephais- 
tos (also to the Kabeiroi), on account 
of its volcano, Moschylos ; now called 
Stalimene \_(k)g t7j(v) Arjpvov]. 

Xi^cro), aofiai, see XapOavcj. 

At)TfiS, ovQ, ol, voc. 01, Leto, Latona^ 
mother of Apollon and of Artemis by 
Zeus, X 580, A 9, IpiKvdkoQ, rivKofiof^, 

XYa(6^€vov, ipf Xia^tro, aor. XiarrOrig, 
17, €v, eig, effugere, retire, icithdraw 
(from), KVfia, viraiQa, rivog, or with 
prep.; sink down, Y 418; vpori yaiy, 
Trprji'Tfg; dronp, irrtpd. 

Xtap40, 6v, t e p i d u s, warm, lukewarm, 
A 477 ; sweet, gentle, ^S 164. 

Aipvt), Libya, west of Aigyptos, d 
85, ^ 295. 

Xtya, adv., (Xiyvg), shrilly, piercingly, 
9 527, K 254. 

Xiyaivo), ipf 3 pi. IXtYaivov, (Xiyrr), 
cry with loud voice, A 68 Sf. 

XiyStiv (X or jciV, lacero), scraping, 
grazing; jSdXXav, % 278f. 

XiY^oiSf adv. from Xiyvq. 

Xiyil^, aor., (Xi'yyw ? Xi^w), twanged, 
A 125t. 

Xl-yv - iPveCovras (Xtyv^), whistling 
(gusts), d 567 f. 

Xt'yvp'Q, i]v, y(Ti, (Xcy?'c). shrill-voiced, 
2J 290 ; aoiSr}, loud-sounding, shrill (the 
word orig. began with two conso- 

Xi^vti I'l', >>, ti"v ; i!a, (r'j, t!av, ftdv. 
XIy<»c (oris- beginning with twu cun- 
EOiiUtils), ptattraling, dear, pia-citig, 

}Xyv-^ (^Soyyot), loud., 
deoF-viAced. B 50, 6, 

Uyv-^HVy {<fiivii), harA-tcream- 
ing, T 3S0t. 

Xiilu., see \iyU. 

Wt]*, (*'^»i, desire), jfai%,/a%, *l- 
eeeding's ,- with negative, wry much, 
aUoge&er: sai A., and certaial!/, anil 
A^ (i2J flosoni, A S53. [!, buE tea 

XCSbci, dat sing., (XiSoc), )<anjr, 
iurd, I 415t. 

XIBllSdnn, raic, (XiBos), itom, f 
36. (Oil.) 

• ■'., (01, CKi9oi\ Bttxens, of 

I Xk>^Gwpii)t (Xi'i^i'), HAiriii^ a line* 
CBinm, B oMa. (As reprosemed iu »d- 
I joining cut; cf. also No. 12.J 

V 107. 

o.o(i). OUft 

i(j, fl 6; symbol of firmness 
and harshness; \idov iBijsiv^woi^rre. 
XiKpii-Tuv, gen. pi. of part., (XiKfiaai, 
A«/ioi),«ri™™, E500t. 

Bhovel againsi the wind, thua separat- 
ing it from the chalT, N SMt. 

tidemasi, to oat «de, S 463. 

AtKiiptot, brother of Alkmene, 
elain by TIepolemoa, B 663t. 

ACXaLo, lovin in Phokis, at the 
■ource of the Kephisos, B 523f. 

XtXsEo^LU, pis., ipf. AiXni'tro, (Xi- 
rare, denre, with inf., or with gen. 
-ivoc, e. g. I'lloio, V 31 ; also of ii 

mate objeclB, m 

isailes, xpoie i- 


A6^ali (sc. txe 

IV-), k 223. 

Xlfiiiv. i^ot. 

w, f^-a, (f, Kw 

o)m, oe. 

CXi>Pij), port 

s, iorAor, pi. 

also in 

signif. or fafett 

%., * 74S, 

V 96. ^ 


W|i"l, VS, V 

ijv, CX«i/3-), 




*317; , , 

Aii)iv-i>p<ui, lit. "she who guards > 
harbor," a Nereid, 2 4lt- 

Xi)idt, 1^, €V, fames, Imnger, famine 
T 166. £ 166. 

AIvBo*, lowQ in Rhodofl, B 656t. 

Xtvov, 010. Bv; If, (Alrn, linnm)^ 
Jlax, gam, fiihiHg-line, lArtad, esp. the 
thread if hiaivin deilins, spun to each 
one at birth hj AIa<i and KX<^(£, T 
128, a 210, t, 198 (see cut under qXa- 
Eiinj) ; fiihfr'i net, E 487 ; liaen doth. 


^ing), I 

Xtvov, lag qf Ltmu, lament over the 
death of ^e youih Linos (perh. pei^ 
sonification of epring), D STOf. 

Xt*S (dXii^u, liquor), old ohiiqtie 
case of a sabsl., or ace. ntr. of adj.. as 
iuiy.=Mningiiritkfil,andui>iii>g, y466. 

XIMlpa-Kp>^S<;xvi>f (rpiilitivoy), inft 
Maing head-band, £ 38^t' 

XlirSpa-wXaiidtluHo (itXoko^oc), tnA 
Mining braidi, T l^Gf. 

(Xin-a, Ger. kleben), nitens, niti- 
d II B,atK*i*ed,rfi'ii»jf (beautiful, white); 
wtallhy, comfortable, X 1 36 ; ill also adr, 
Xi-irapwt, i 2\0. 

\bc6o CXfirn),ni1ere, V. I., r 78t- 

I. Ms, Iv, (Xic, Xcwf), ii'on, A 23l>, 

II. Xtt, adj., (Xwnot), ■'«'rp;r, tmedk 
rock. /I 64, 79. 

HI. Xi't, XitX, Xirn, dal, ace, Q^ivov), 
Imea ; cover of seal, c 353 ; of chariot 
when not in use, B 441 ; of dead, S 
352: ofcineraiy urn,* 254. 

XJ<rva|i(iu) 'from /Xiijo/uii, prci^ 




ipf. (tX^)Xt<r(wro, etc., iter. XurviffKiro, 

1 aor. i\Xi<TdfiriVy subj. Xhyf imp. Xiiraif 

2 aor. iXirofirjVfOpi. oifjiriv, inf. XiTSvi^ai, 
precari, beseech, pray, rivd ivxym, 
tvx^Xyoi Xiryffi re, ZrfvoQy by Zeus, 
npog, vTrip tivoq, for the sake of» by, 
yovviov {Xa^wVi d^dfitvoi), etc., /3 68, 
1 451, K 481; various constructions: 
with inf , with ace. and inf., with otto/c, 
OdvuTov ol, sibi necem; tuvtu 
v/ieac, haec vos precor. 

Xiotr^ (XeTof) v€Tfnj,le\Q saxum, 
tmooth rock, y 293. (Od.) 

XurrpcvoKTO, part., dig about, (u 227t. 
(See folig.) 

Xtorpoiox, dat. pi. ntr., scraper or 
Aoe for cleaning the floor of large hall 
of house, X 455 f. 

XiTo, see IIL Xi^. 

XCrdrcvc = iXXiTdvevi, ipf., fut. -«i>- 
aofitVf aor. iXXcraveuca, (Xirai), im- 
plorabat, beseech; TroXkd, impense, 
earnestly, X 414 ; yovvwv {d^dfitvoi), 
bv one's knees (grasping the knees), 

XZraC, ytnp {Xhao/xai), preces, 
prayers, with iXXiadfAtiVy X S4\ per- 
sonilied, I 502-4, daughters of Zeus, 
penitential prayers following after their 
sister drri (the blindness, the delu- 
sion which has caused the fault), 
moving limpingly and with averted 

XiT^, see m. Xi'c. 

X^* = Xc€, see Xoviit, 

XoPoto-iv, masc, auriculis, lobes 
of the ears, S 182t. 

Xj6yo9, oi<t{iv), (Xeyw), story, tale; 
words, talk, Umguag*-, O 393. 

X^, £(Toai, etc., see Xovio. 

XocTpd, taiv, ra, (Xovio), lavacrum, 
baths, UKeavolo, in Oceano, « 275. 

Xo€Tpo-x<^<P» ov, (^€<o), adj., pouring 
or containing water for the bath ; Tpi- 
TTodo, tripod with the water-kettle, S 
346, 9 435 ; but i; 297, subst. bath-maid. 

Xoito, see Xovu). 

XoiPtjs, yt ijv, (XiijSw), libation, A 49, 

XoCyiCa) (Xotyoc), perniciosa,/>ea- 
t^enl, deadly, 533; ending fatally 
{tpya), A 518. 

AoiY^, 6v, masc, (1 u g e r e), p e rn i- 
cies, interitus, (iea^A, ruin, by sick- 
ness or war; vtwv, iacturam, de- 
itruction, Tl 80. 

XoifA^, 010, (Xc{/3(u?), 1 n e 8, pestilence, 
A 61 and 97. 

Xoi<r6os (XoiTTot,*), postremus, la^, 
^ 536t. Hence XotcrOi^iov, u 1 1 i ni u m 
praemium, prize /or the hindmost, ^ 
785 =Xota9ni(a),^ 751. 

AoKpoC, Lokroi, a tribe occupying 
one of the divisions of Hellas, and' 
dwelling on the Euripos, on both sides 
of Mount Knerais, B 527, 535, N 686. 

XoirtSv, Tov, (XIttw), t 233f, j»ee/ (tu- 
nica), of an onion. 

Xovit), the forms may be classed 
under two stems, Xof- and Xoft. — L 
Xoftit (lavo), ipf. X8(/^€), Xovov, aor. 
Xoijo(iv), av, subj. Xovay, inf. Xoeaoi 
(Xovoai), imp. Xotoov, Xovaari, part. 
Xokoaoa, mid. prs. XoviaOai XovaOai, 
aor. XovoavTO, oairo, aaOt, aaQai, pass. 
pf» XiXovtuvoQ. — II. ipf. Xotov, aor. 
Xokooai, aoaq, mid. fut. Xoeoaofjiai, aor. 
XotaoaTo, oadfAtvog, rj, (parallel form 
Xoftou)), lava re, bathe, wash, mid., 
ham one^s sef washed, in waters of 
river, Z 508 ; 'QKeavolOy washed by 

Xo^Yi^v, rfiv, (X6(f>o€)^ comb, or bristbf 
ridge of boar's back, r 446 f. 

X6<t>ost ov^ <ov, masc, (globus), (1) 
crest or plume of helmet, usually of 
horse-hair, E 743. (See adjoining cuts, 
and Nos. 3, 11, 12, 17, 18, 20, 33, 79, 
122. 128.)— (2) cervices, 6acifco/f»€cib 
of animals, ^r 508 ; and of men, K 573. 
— (3) coll is, hill, ridge, X 596. 

87 88 

Xoxdw, prs. Xox^criy doi, ouivnc, 
aor. Xoxfjffai, h^at^, mid. fut. -rioofiai, 
aor. rjndnivog, (Xox^t)* insidiari, lie 
in wait, v 208, x ^3 ; rivd, waylay, v 
425 ; so also mid., ^ 670. 

.^cXf*Tl9 Tyy (^"XOf), thicket, lair of 
wild beast, t 439 f. 

XoxoSi ov, If), 01% 01, (Xf^w), place for 
lying in wait, (1) th" lying in tcaif, am- 
bush, A 379 ; X 525, 7rvKii/6v, crowded 
and KoiXog, hollow, of wooden horse 
before Troy. — (2) thu men -uiho W*. ^ 




vxiitf O 522 ; irvKivov^ numerous ; tlaey 
Z 189, laid an ambush. XoxovSc, into 

the ambush, A 227 ; XoxV> /"^ ^* "***" 
bush^ 2 513. — (3) 6 395, wat/ to capture. 
— (4) band, troop^ v 49. 

Xvyoiori, ovg, fem., (properly vitex 
agnus castus), Abraham' a balm, wil- 
low twig, osier, i 427 ; /xuaxoiai, A 105, 
with tender willows. 

Xvyp^s, if, 6v, Siv, o\q ; ^c» y^ W ; 
a, (lugeo, XfuyaXc'ot), miserabilis, 
miserandus, funestus, wretched, 
pitiable, ruinous, Q 531, P 642, (t* 134 ; 
perniciosus, 5 230, X 432; igna- 
vus, worthless, N 119, 237, <t 107 ; vi- 
lis, contemptible, 7r 457 ; adv. Xvypws, 
foede, E 763. 

Xv6cv = k\vQr\aav, from Xuw. 
Xv6p<p, T(f, (lues), cruore, gore^ 
with and without aifiari ; rrtiraXayfii' 
vog, defiled, Z 268, cf. A 169, x 402. 

XvKot-PavTOS, Tov, (lux, fSaivut), 
year, ^161 and r 306. 

AvK<urTos9 r), a town in southern 
part of Kreta, B 647t. 

AvKdwv, (1) father of Pandaros, E 
197, 95. — (2) son of Priamos and of 
Laothoe, r 333 ; slain by Achilleus, 
<l» 1 14 sqq. 

XvK^v, rfiv, {\vKog), wolf-skin, K 

XvKT|-7€v^ Qux), light-bom, epithet 
of Apollo as sun-god, A 101, 119. 

Avxtii, (1) division of Asia Minor, 
B 877 ; KvKirivh, to Lykia, Z 168 ; 
AvKiri9ev,friim Lykia, E 105 ; the in- 
habitants, AvKiok, led by Glaukos, H 
13, and by Sarpedon, E 647, S 426, n 
490. — (2) district on river Aisepos ; its 
chief town ZeXeta, B 824, E 173. 

Avko-^i{St)s, son of Kreon in Boio- 
tia. P 346, T 240. 

AvK^-opYos, (1) son of Dryas. ban- 
ishes from his land the worship of 
Dionysos (Bacchus), Z 134. — (2) an 
Arkadian, slays Areithoos, H 142- 

XvKOio, ot, iov, ovQ, {PXtfKog), lupus, 
wolf, K 334; symbol of blood-thirsti- 
ness, A 471, A 72. 

AvKo-^vTT|s» a Trojan, slain by 
Teukros, 275. 

AvK6-^pv>Vy son of Mastor, from 
Kythera, companion of Aias, O 430. 

AvKTos, city in Kreta, east of Kno- 
sos,B 647, P 611. 

Ai^Kttv, a Trojan, slain by Feneleos, 
n 335, 337. 

X^fidT(a), rrt, (lues, lu-strum), 
^/A,<ftr^,A314,ffi 171. 

Xvirp^ (XvTTi;), tristis, poor, v 

AvpvT|or(or)6s} town in Mysia, under 
sway of Thebe viroTrXaKtrj, B 690, T 
60, Y 92,191. 

Ai)or - avSpos, a Trojan, slain by 
Aias, A 49 If. 

XviTi-^cXi^s (jjieXoc, member; false 
derivation, v 56 sq.), relaxing the limbs, 

Xvorios, IV, (Xu(i>), ransoming, Q 655 ; 
OavoLTov, rescue from death, i 421. 

Xvorou, av, fem., {Xvkoq), rabies, 
martial rage, I 239, <P 542. 

XvoxniTTJpa, ruv, (Xvaaa), one who 
rages, with Kvva, of Hektor, 9 299t. 

Xvoror«i>8T|S (Xvotra), raging, of Hek- 
tor, N 53t. 

Xvxvov, ToVf {XiVKOQ, lux), liffht^ 
lamp, T 34f . 

Xi^uv, prs., ipf. (also XvtyOfiiv, or), 
fut., aor. [also Xvaiv, aav, vao{ay\, 
pass. pf. XkXvrai, vvrai, opt. vto, plupf, 
WTO ; aor. XvBri, 3 pi. XvBiv, also aor. 
mid. XvTo, XvvTo, solvere, (1) loose, 
open, releoM, let go ; rivd tlvi, set free 
{cnroivwv, for ransom). — (2) dismiss, 
assemblies; componere lites, ad- 
just disagreements. — (3) rivbg or npi 
yvia, fi(voc,'4/vxfiv,inter\m.eTe,killf 
also of animals, with the weapon as 
subject, e. g. iriXeKvg, y 450. — (4) un- 
nerve, weaken, yvXa, yovvara (also as 
effect of amazement, <r 212), /3ii;v ; of 
sleep, XvQiv Si oi axpsa iravra, all her 
limbs lost their strength. — (5) dele re, 
break down, destroy, Kaprjva, KpriSffiva, 
towers, battlements ; fjieXidrjfiara 9vfjiov, 
dissipate cares, anxiety. — Mid. prs. 
XvMfjieOa 'imrovg, let us put out oifr 
horses ; ipf XvofiTjv, ovro, fut. Xvaofiai, 
/levog, aor. tXvoao, aro, <Ta(T9{ai), 2 aor. 
Xvfiijv, XvTo, XvvTo, se, sibi, or sua 
solvere, release, set free (for one's self 
or one's own), freq., red i mere, ran- 
som, A 13. [i; before a, elsewh. in 
arsi; except thrice ?".] 

Xu)(3dofjiai, aor. XcoPi^orafrOc, opt 
XujjSriffaio, r.ialtrfat ; rivd Xtofiriv, ig- 
nominia afficere. rfo despite, N 623. 

X(i>Pcvw, etg, (XwIStjX mock, i// 15 and 




XfiSPv|, i7C> 'Ji'f a b e s), i g n o m i n i a, 
outrage, insnit; Tlaai, diroSovvai, pay, 
atone for ; riaaoQai, exact retribution 
for; 2 180, shame upon thee, if — ; r 
42, ignominiosus, cowardly wretch, 

XwPf|Ti)pa (XiojSrj) 47r€<T/3oAoi', Jhtd 
slanderer, B 275 ; XujPrjrrjpeQ IXiyx^^St 
vile scoundrels. 

\i»ffifr6v (\<i)3aofAat) riOsvai rivd, 
make contemptible^ Q 531 f. 

X»iov=XutTcpov, melius, satius, 
letter^ preferable; p 417, largius, 
more /reefy, 

X«fin|v (XfiTrw), mantle^ v 224f . 

XorrovvTO, part, from \iotou). Lotos* 
\ producing^ clovery fields, M 283 f. 

X<i>T099 oXo, ovy niasc., (1) LotoSy a 
kind of clover y food of horses (trifoli- 
um melilotus or lotus cornicu- 
latus, Linn.), ^ 603, 'Si 348. — (2) Lo- 
tas — tree and fruit; the latter of the 
size of olives, and in taste resembling 
dates, still prized in Tunis and Tripoli, 
under the name of Jujube y i 91 sqq. 

A<i>TO-<|>a7oi (see \wt6q 2), Lotos^ 
eaters on coast of Libya, ( 84 sqq. 

XaxpdiOj fut. Xii><|>i](rci9 wiU retire^ ^ 


|i* usually = iii ; less often = iioi, Z 
165, K 19. 

|id, from /irtv, in oath ; vero, with 
ace. of the divinity, or of the witness 
invoked (sc. ofiwfii) : preceded by vai 
=nae, it has an affirmative; by ov, a 
negative force. 

MaYVT|Tcs, a Thessalian tribe, 
sprung from Aiolos, B 756. 

|ici(oi09 fpy oVf masc, papilla, nip- 
pie, teat, then mam ilia, mamma, 
esp. the mother's breast; XaOiKijcsa, 
banishing cares; crrex^ii', offer; dve- 
(TXfVjObsecrandi causa. 

I&aia, voc, good mother, ^iXrj, used 
esp. in addressing the nurse, v 129, 
^ 11. 

MaUtSof viog, Hermes ; Maia is the 
daughter of Atlas, ^ 435 f. 

MaCavSpos, the river with many 
windings which flows into the sea at 
Miletos, B 869t. 

Mai}MLXC8T|s, son of MaimcUos, Pei- 
sandros, n 194f. 

fxaifidut, only pres. [uii^vtwriy Stoi, 
Mtav, iauioay etc., aor. iiaifiTjtTi, eagerly 
desire, N 75, 78, itch or quiver toUh 

|uiivd8i, Ty, (jiaivofAtti), mad woman, 
X 460t. 

fiiaivcai, etc., prs. and ipf. 3 sing. 
fiaivBTo, (/uav, mens), fur ere. rage, 
he furious, of combatants, also of hand 

and weapons ; with anger, of Polyphe- 
mos, 1 350 ; of fire on mountains ; mad- 
ly raving (under Bacchic frenzy), Z 
132 ; of madness from wine, o 406. 

)&aCcor6ai, fut. fidoaerai, (jjlu-, fit- 
/lao), seek, ^ 356; perscrutari, ejf- 
phre, V 367 ; find a wife for any one, 
1 394, \_iiaaatTai, v. 1. ya/ieffccrrti]. 

ivlaipa (jjiap^aipio), lit. *' shining" or 
" sparkling," (1) a Nereid, 2 48t.— (2) 
attendant of Artemis, mother of Lo- 
kros, X 326t. 

MaCwv, son of Haimon in Thebai, 
A 394. 398. 

pAKap, apoQ, apeg, dptav, dpioai, sup. 
finKaprarov, (m a c t e), b e a t u s, ( 1 ) 
blessed, of gods, opp. ddXoi di^vpoi 
(3pOToi. — (2) of men, happy, fortunate, 
X 483. — (3) wealthy, a 217. 

Maxap, OQ, son of Aiolos, ruling in 
Lesbos, 12 544f . 

pAKjpC^oi, opt. prs., (jjidKap), pro- 
nounce happy, Tivd, o 538. (Od.) 

Pic!kc8vv)s» gen. fem., (fAaKpog), tall, 
Tj 106t. 

p,dKcXXav, rrjv, broad, heavy hoe, 
mattock, ^ 259f. 

fULKp^Sy '/>, 6v, 01, oloi ; if, rjv, at, 
y<T{i), dg ; 6v, d, comp. fiaKporspov, ijr, 
also ptoororov, sup. /iaKp6TaT(a), ttj, cf, 
prjKitTTOv. long, (1) of space, KUfiara ; 
high and deep; esp. uaKpov, d, ns 
adv.,^r, -bu dvffag, always at (ilose 




of verse (exc. r 81) ; Avthv, G 160, 2; 
117; (SilSdi;. — (2) of time, din tin us, 

liducwv, see firjKaofiai. 

^aXoL, adv., (fiaXepog ?), sup. fiaXi- 
cTn. (before or after the modified word), 
eagerly, iaBitiv ; gladly, tKXvov ; with 
adjs., very, quite; 'jravTiQ, quite all, all 
together; with demonstratives, ful'y, 
utterly^ toXov ; fiaXa Kveipag, utttr dark- 
ness ; with advs., e. g. tv, trayxvt 
strengthens their meaning, quite, utter- 
ly, p 217; avTtKa, on the very mo- 
ment; with verbs =v aide; Kai (or 
ovd') d fidXa, quantum vis; fjidXa 
'jTip with part. = q u a m v i s ; also with 
Kai Tip, A 217. — (2) strengthening an 
assertion : certainly, verily, r 204 ; no 
doubt, I 135; comp. ^aXXov, oidy the 
more, .-o much the more, with KtjpoOi, at 
heart, e 284 ; with ttoXv, in, Kai, i; 213 ; 
sup. i&dXMrra, m a x i m e, with gen. 
part., with U ; Jar, by Jar, with other 
superlatives, B 57, Q 334. [jjidXd, by 
arsis often w — .] 

|MLXaic6s> ov, if, 6v, oi, olm ; rjg, y, 
riv, comp. -MTtpoQ (Ger. schmalz? 
mollis), soft, mild, gentle, tender, B 42, 
y 38 ; spongy meadow, 2 541 ; m i t i s, 
dulcis, K 2, (T 201, Z 337; X 373, 
easier to handle; adv. -&?> placid e, 
softly, y 360. 

MdXcia, av, wv, diov, southern 
promontory of the Peloponnesos, i 80, 
r 187, y 287. 

l&aXcpov, (f, devouring; of fire, I 242. 

|iaX6aic6s (mollis), effeminate, cow- 
ardly, P 588t. 

l&aXurra, fidXXov, see fidXa. 

fAolv (=firjv), p r o f e c t o, verily, tndy, 
in sooth, e 373, 11 14; come! E 765; 
ij, B 370; dq, P 538 ; ov, A 512; avrt, 
by no means in his turn, N 414; fin, 
B 512; 9r)v, but yet by no means, e 
2U,y.l.fikv. [-] 

fiavOdvu), aor. |&a9ov, ififiaOfg, iv, 
novi, ^att7, ffifuvai itrOXog, Z 444. 

lutVTCvofiiai, prs., ipf. fiavrtvero, fut. 
fiavTtv(jof.iai, (jidvTig), vaticinor, di- 
vine, prophesy, rivi re, KaKa^ drptKiwg, p 

|UiVTifia, ra, (fiavrevofiai), vatici- 
ni a, predictions, oracles, fi 272 f. 

MavrWii, a city in Arkadia, B 

M<£vTios, son of Melampus, brother 
of Antiphates, father of Polypheides 
and of Kleitos, o 242, 249. 

|iavTiS» tog, (^frnvn^ag in arsi, ic 493), 
t, IV, ug, (fiaivofiai), prophet, seer, ex- 
I pounder of omens, which were drawn 
from flight of birds, from dreams, and 
from sacrifices, e. g. Teiresias, Kalchas, 
Melampus, Theoklymenos, O 221, A 

|MLVTO(HlvT), rfv, ag, (fjuivrig), gift of 
divination, A 72; vaticinia. 

fidofiai, see /jiaio/jiai. 

Map&0«Sv {fidpa9ov, " fennel "), vil- 
lage in Attika, ij 80f . 

IfiOLpaCvcTO, ipf., aor. IfiapdvBr}, sen- 
sim extinguebatur, died gradually 
away, "ir 228. (II.) 

^ap7a£vciv (fidpyog), furere, ragef 
madly attack, im Oeolaiv, E 882 f. 

(iopYC, voc, and y, rjv, v e s a n u s, 
furious, madman ! a 2. (Od.) 

Mdpis» son of Amisodaros, slain by 
Thrasymedes, 11 319. 

^apf&aCpovTCS9 ag, a, (^fiaXpa), spark- 
ling, coruscantes, of weapons, eyes; 
of Trojans, ^a^/cy, resplendent with ar- 
mor, N 801. 

|&ap)j.dpiT|v (fjialpa), Jlasking, spark- 
ling, of shield, shield-rim, sea, P 594. 

|ULp)j.dp<p, ov, adj. and subst., [sc. 
TTSTpog or irtTpn^i (fxaXpn), stone of 
crystalline structure, which sparkles 
in the light, block of stone, M 380, t 

|Aap|idpv7d«, Tag, ( fiapfiapvtrtna ), 
noSojv, quick twinkling of dancers' feet, 
Q 265t. 

liapvarai, prs., (opt. -oifitQa), ipf. 
{l)lidpvao, aro, dfitOa, elsewh. anaug- 
mented, aor. s/jiapvdo9rjv, pugnare, 
fght, (etti) Tivi, against some one, iyxH\ 
Tfepi ipiSog, out of rivalry ; as boxer, 
(T 31 ; with words, wrangle, A 257. 

Mdpirt)orora, daughter of Euenos, 
wife of Idas, who recovered her after 
she had been carried off by Apollo, 
mother of Kleopatra, I 557 sqq. 

fidpTTTut, subj. p,<£pirT^ori, ipf. c/iao- 
TTTs, pLapTTTi, fut. fidp^fi, SLOT. subj. fiap- 
\py, inf. -ai, part, ag, comprehend o, 
seize, ic 116 ; dyKag, complecti, em- 
brace ; c o n s e q u i, overtake, X 20 1 ; 
attingere, touch, S 228 ; 405, in- 
flixerit, inflict upon ; vTrvog, oppreS' 
sit, lay ho'd of, v 56. 

fMffTtftifn, rait, (/uioTVpos), teB- 
timonio, on Ittdmons »f, X 3SSt' 
(idpriipot, Di, testis, tcitnat, n 423, 

4 338. 

Mdpw, eon of Eunnthes, priest of 
Apollu in Ismaros, i ISTf. 

MAvi|t, ijrof, town in Alalia, near 
Hennione, B Seaf- 

liamnTBi, fat. from /uiio/tai,quBe- 

fLOffow, see paxpa^. 

tnaa(Jere).faaii(i, f 287,1^ ^^i mcu^ 
fid. food. I 324. 
/tuerifw, aor. |uiaTttf)-, (/iaWi£), uai 

/iflffTii, (loirriTi, n, ag, fem., fla- 
gellum, tiMp, lantrge, I 316; Atcic, 
U 37 ; N S12, cAiufismnif. 

Iiaaui; pwri, iv, fem., flagellum, 
loUp, ^ AOO. 182. 

IUOtT*, imp., wiijt, P 622 ; mid. pre. 
liaaritTm irXtvpui;, lashes his sides, T 

HacrropfSift, ton tjf Miatar, ( 1 ) 
HaltiheiseB in Ithata, & 158, cu 4S2. 
—(2) Lykophron. O 438, 430. 

Iiardui, oil i\Lirn<ra; (/laTTJf), be 
iJfcjiWaj, ft^er, n 474; nec ceasa- 

uJtniv9urr, fat quaeremns, tiei, 

5 imt- 

(i^tC^, j-p, (fia'nji'), irrito labore, 
uulem Uibor, k 79 f. 

C*X*'pll> "''i "C, fem., irorKi, sSori 
tacrifarU hnife, r 271, A 844. (See 
following cut, and No. 115.) 

Thessaly, excelling in art of healing, 
A 512, 613, A 9011, B 732; wounded 
by Heklor, A SOS, 598. 651 . 

^ax(Ld|uvott fov/iivov, fee fiaxofioi- 

Mxn. 1, V- 1". •"• "C, pugna, 6o(- 

tle, combal,fyH! fia'jtjf (in), in png- 

na, ; 497 ; orriaaueui, set the battle in 

arraj,fomi one's line for battle, aciem 

battle, fight a battle, /idxtaBai, ti6t- 

fight, N 776 — 6pvi'iiiv irpiriiv ; also 
used of ih^ ambal, B 263 and A 2SS ; 
fxidofbalfe, E3SS. 

FU^ijpiHr (jidxi), tnurliir, M 247f. 

l»*X'Fii». W o', at, (^dxopal), 
pugnator, tearrior. E 801. 

qmiAed. p 1 1 9f . 

/la'xojini, (lixovTOl, i,iiae(a), etc., 
ipf. ipdxoyro. pax-'fio, lo-To, etc, , pai^ 
allel forms /loxio/joi, prs.. Opt- /laxfoi- 
To, fniaro, A 344 j ^axiioiitvos, p 471 ; 
lovfiivov, ot, ipf iter. fiaximctrD.H 140; 
ful. alternates between /ja;(i)iiafiai and 
liaxivirofuii.<:U:„iuixinoi,Ui'Tai; also 
aor. fUiX'l<'aa9Bt and inaoBai, imdpi- 
9{a), aiiitiv, dpivov, pugnare.^'sK 
of armies and uf single persons, dviia, 
ivavrio, nvJc, (iv)ovrili,ov, or (M) 
Twi ; pdxiv, £ 533 ; for anj thing, 
irtpi Tivoc (Tivi, apfi nvi). livira ; also 
of combat between beasts, and in gen- 
eral signif , e, g. of single combat and 
of quarrel with words, A 8, B 377; 
contradicere, I 32. 

|i£i|' (;/i;(n?rfwi:),roptim, temere, 
&u(i^, raMy, ofir'oni, arap oi cord 
Koaiiov ; rtckletilg, mmton/y, E 759, 
y 138; cf B 120, N 627, B 214; in- 
cassnm, in ntfn, B 120; likewise 
|iai|rLG(us, E 374, 58. 

Hfy^Silii 'f) of Mtgcu, PerliUos. II 

)iry£-Bii|u>t. ov, ov, i, ot, wv, {9vp6^), 
ii$A-Aairt«J,animosas, B 53; nsuaUy 
of nations ; of a bull, n 468. 

(UYofpu, aor. i«ynp'- ^'^^■ ffVPVS' 
pari, -ag, (/liyoc), invidere. gmdye, 
rii'i n. * 865 ; (Siriroio, grunting liim 
the life of his enemy, \ 563; o^ftef, 
with inf ; oBri p(y., nihil moror. 

|ifY&-Ki4T(ot, tl. fa, (r^rnc), tdlh great 
holloat; vTivg, vn'de-btUkdi x-airac, 
tcide-gaiaiiiig, f IfiS. 

(uvoXfta^ai, imp. to, (iiiyac), BU- 
peTbio,fxiiitOHeiael/,ei>iiif,li. 69. 

fUYaXm>ai1v. Irom iiiya<;. 

licyaXuarff from ntyiXnt^f fiiyoc 
p.. atrelch d over a tatt space. £ 26, 

HfYn-vcvS^ son »f Menelaos by a 
siavu.o lOU, lD3,S II. 

Mcydpi], (laughter of Kreon in The- 
bai, wife of Hurakle«, X 2691- 

li^JLpw, 010, ou, etc., Auil, large to m; 
Hiyapdvlt, to the halt, into the kail. — 
( 1 ) men't diuing-^ll, cife/ room o/ 
hinte, Ihe roof supporled by columns 
the light enlertng through the doors, 
the opening for the smoke overhead 
and the loop holes (jn-aio) jukt ander 
tiie roof The cut, combined from 
diflerenl ancient repreeeulations, is ile 

^iyaH, av, a (piy"), luyaKov, if, ib, 
ot, u,v, otm, tmci ij, ije, p, ifC, pui, aci 
a ; coinp. luViaiy, on, ova, ovf^ ; ov ; 

ipyor, facinuB, monitroat deed: ni- 
niius, fi'iTftv, speak laa big, tuo Mdlg, 
proToking divitie wrath; bo also ntr. 
fiiya.with comp.,inuito,B239; with 
euper, longe, B 82; with positive, 
valde, B 480. 11 46; with verbs ol' 
menial condition or action, A 517,256, 
B 27, n 822. I 537, n 237; also fu- 
ya\(a),Biighiils,itrons/lg, aloud, X 450; 
with advs,, valde; adv. f.rfiXm%, 
valde exceedmgg jr 432 

(irytfot. i-u, (/uyae) magnitndo 
(corporis), bodils net B 58 < 217 

H<Y*|t> "Coc "'<■ IK son of Phy- 
leuB, Odysseus 8 sislera son chief of 
the lohabitantB ol Dulichion aod of 

signed lo show the back part of the 
pfyapov in the house of UlviiseuB, cf. 
plate III for ground plan — (2]tBomni't 
pnrimtnt behind the one just de- 
scribed, see plate III. G, also in pi., t 
16. — (3) homtke'per't igxtrtmoU in 
vppentory^l'wipuwv), l5 94.— {4)«if(p- 


-(5) i, 

A 396. 

Ihe Echtnadcs, E 69, N 61 

B 627, T 239. 
(i^MJTOt. supprl. from iityac 
|uB/«v, pan., bfiriny twag, 'ISt) 

from Ilia (as his sent), of Zeus, r i 
M<St<iv, uvoc, town in Boiotii 


Siido/iai, jijS<a4u, prs.. ipf.. 
itao/im, (^i^i'wt), be fnuK^rti/ n/".j 




vide for, tivoq, E 718, y 334; KaKo. 
Tivi, mala moliri, devise mischief. 

^JBtaVf ovTsg, (fisSofjiat). lord, oAu^, a 
72; pL, counselors, B 79. 

M^8«»v, ovTOQ, (1) son of Oileus, 
step-brother of Aias, from Phylake, 
chief of warriors from Methone in 
Phthia, N 693, 695 sq., B 727 ; slain 
by Aineias, O 332.— (2) a Lykian, P 
216.— (3) herald in Ithaka, d 677, p 
172, X 357, 361, w 439. 

fieO-aipkvj, only aor. iter. (acOAcoicc, 
reached after and caught, excipiebat, 
Q 376t. 

m9-aK\onai, aor. part. licrdXpicvos, 
springing upon, after, E 336, ^ 345. (II.) 

vutitCia^ sul)j. aor. from fitO'irifjii. 
lifO-Accncc, aor. iter, from fxeO-aipku). 

\uBiyL€Vf aor. inf. from fjiiOiijfjii. 

|mO-^ci9, ipf. fisQiirs, aor. part. 
lura(T7rwv, («7rui), persequi, peter e, 
foUtto afi&r, fllow closely, riva, ri; 
perven ire, amve; cTTTrout; Tvdiidriv, 
turned the steeds after Tydeides ; mid. 
aor. fiirarrTrofisvoQ, consecutus; ipf. 
furd'tiirtTo, sabsequebatur, 2 234. 

|mO-i{|uvo9, part., (rjnai), fii^arfjpm, 
sming among the suitors, a 1 1 8f . 

fic0^|MMrvKQ, yai, {ptOiipntiv), negli- 
ge n t i a, remissness, N 108 and 121. 

)uO-i{pav, ova, (iTjpi), negligens, 
careless, remiss, B 241, ^ 25. 

yj^irim, ^I'S' ^^> ^ 372) P^' ^^^ ip^- 
(others write if)Q, iri, and pres. mg, ic7), 
prs. inf. tp/u£r(ai), subj. p.t9iym (some- 
times written iyoi), ipf. 3 pi. fii9uv, 
fut fjitBrifTijjy^ etc., inf. i](jefjev(aL), aor. 
fiiOiffKa, «(v), and /AtOfJKiv, subj. fitOtiw, 
m (or ein, distinguish from opt. iirj, c 
471), inn dfiiv, (Viy/ii), (1) properly, 
send after, iov; immittere, ri kg tto- 
rafiov. — (2) dimittere, let go, uvd, 
also piyog fi€ ; give up, x^^ov rivog, 
about any one, nvi, as a favor to some 
one, A 283; also viKrjv, concedere, 
give up to, surretider; rovrov ipvrrai, 
hunc trahendum. — (3) with part., 
cease, Q 48 ; rtvog, xoXoio TiyAc/ia^Vj 
desist from, cease from anger at wish 
of Telemachos ; neglect, ot7o Tiipofik- 
VOID, te saucium. — (4) cessare, re- 
lax, also with inf , N 234. 

lAtO-iartifii, fut. ptcTacTTTJora), substi- 
tute, i. e. exchange, S 612; mid. ipf. fjnO- 
iararo irapotin, retired among his com- 
rades, E 514. 


ptcO-ojifXcov, ipf, (6/i4iXeai), roimv, 
had dealings with them, A 269 f. 

)u6-op|iT|6cis, aor. part.. {ip,xao^ni), 
^ QTSQCVilVi^ make a dash after, Y 192, 

|jL^0v, TO, (Eng. mead), toine, « 9, t; 1 79. 

)&c6vovTi, vovoav, {pkOv), drunken, 
<T 240 ; dXoi^y, soaked with fat. 

fxeidduf, aor. )JicCSv|orcv, rjtrat, riaag, 
acra, A 596, and findtdio, part. (uiSkSwv, 
outaa, {(Tpiid', mirus, smile), subri- 
dere, smile, ^ 786. 

(jicC^wv, ov, see pkyag, 

juCXavi = ucXart, nigro, Q 79f. 

l&cCXta, ra, (jiiXi), soothing gifts, gifts 
as means of reconciliation, I 147 and 289. 

(ACiXiYfirara, rd, fxtiXioou). that which 
appeases hunger, sedamina appeti- 
tus, i. e. daintg bits, jc 217f. 

(uCXivov, see luXivog. 

)UiXurcr^|jLcv, prs. inf ; mid. prs. imp. 
'ioaio, (jiitiXixog), p lac are (mor- 
tuos); TTvpog, cf construction with 
Xayxdvtiv, appease the dead with fire, 
i. e. with funeral rites, H 410; mid., 
ext&iu'ite, y 96. 

^ciXlxitl {peiXixog), softness, i. e. 
faintness in fight, O 741 f. 

(UiXixiov, ioi(j{iv), iy, and i&ctXixos* 
{ptiXia), placidus, comis, mitis, 
gentle, mild ; p,v9og, /jitiXixioig, sc. eirfm ; 
9 172. gentle, winning modesty. 

(ACipco, see fi^pto. 

|MiS, u, T 117; also |&t|v<Ss, i, fiijva, 
eg, ag, dtv, (metior) mensis, month, 
<l>9ivovrog, the waning month, i. e. as 
this month draws to a close, ^ 162. 

|ic£(i>v, see fiiKpog. 

[Likay-xpov^^ {xpoid, xp***Of bronzed, 
swarthy, ir 175f. 

l&iXaOpOV, OV, ({}, OifiLV. TO, (K/jtsXa- 

9pov, camera), vaulting of roof, rafters, 
roof; T 544, on the ridge-pole aloft 
(near the smoke -hole); x 239, she, 
flying up to the roof of the sooty hall, 
sat there just like a swallow to look 
upon (i. e. on one of the cross-beams 
under the raftei-s; see cut under /ut- 

|xcXa£vcr(o), ipf, (^fXag), she colored 
herself dark on her fair skin, her fair 
skin was stained by the dark bloo 1 ; 
also of fresh upturned earth, E 354 
and 2 548. 

McXa}i-irov9» iroSog. son of Amy- 
thaon, famous seer \w V^\o>s». ^\^\w% 




to fetch fi'om Phylake in Thessaly 
the famous cattle uf Iphiklos, and thus 
jraiii the beautiful Fero for his brother 
Bias, he was taken captive by herds- 
n)en of Iphiklos, as he had predicted, 
and held prisoner for one year, when, 
in consequence of good counsel given 
by him, he was set free by Iphiklos, 
gained what he sought, and settled 
in Argos. X 287 sqq., o 225 sqq. 

p:cXdv-8cTa (Siw). mounted in blacky 
i. e. with da k hilt or scabbard^ O 713f. 

McXavcvs> father of Aniphimedon 
in Ithaka. oi 103. 

McXavOcvs = McXav6i09, son of 
Dolios, insolent goat-herd on estate 
of Odysseus, p 212, v 173, 181, x l-'^S 
sqq., 182 ; brother of the shameless 
maid-servant McXavCw, <t 321, r 65. 

McXavOu>S9 a Trojan, slain by Eury- 
pylos, Z 36. 

McXdvimros, (1) an Achaian chief, 
T 240.— (2) a Trojan, son of Hiketaon, 
slain by Antiochos, O 547-582. — (3) 
a Trojan, slain by Teukros, 6 276. — 
(4) a Trojan, slain by Patroklos, n 

)uXav6-xpoo«, 2 declension, r 246, 
pi. -;tpoec» 3 declension, (x/owf), black, 
N 589. 

(uXclv - -CSpos ( v^iup ), with dark 
water, I 14, u 158, only at close of 

ftcXdvci, prs., darkens, ( pikXag ), 
spoken of the water of the sea, under 
its white surface-foam (v. 1. ftcXavci), 
H 64t. 

pAaS) aiva, av, etc., pi. iikXavig, 
ctivai. avci^ dat. sing. fjittXain, Q 79 ; masc. and ntr. wanting; comp. 
pcXdvTcpov, dark, in different degrees 
up to black (opp. XevKog) ; of sea in 
commotion, when surface is niffled bv 
ripples, so that it does not reflect light, 
but appears dark, d 359 ; dfirk (painted) 
ships, 9 34 ; bind, spring (on account 
of depth) ; pitch-dark, A 277 ; fif^Xav, 
as ntr. subst. the dark, i. e. bark of oak, 
opvui'. Metaph. dark, gloomy, of death, 
etc.. Oavdrov v'rcbor, Krip, odvvai. 

MiXas, son of Portheus, SJ 117t. 

pcXStiucvos, part., (ff/ifXow, Eng. 
melt). Jilled u-ith melting fat, 1 i q u e- 
faciens, <l> 363t. 

McX^-aypos, (jip psXet aypn), son of 
Cincns and Althaia, husl)and of Klco- 

patra, slayer of Ealydonian boar. A 
quarrel arose between the Kuretes, of 
Pleuron, and the Aitolians, for the 
head and skin of the boar ; the Aito- 
lians had the upper hand until Mele- 
ager, on account of the curses of his 
mother, withdrew from the struggle; 
but he was afterward induced by his 
wife to enter the conflict again, and he 
drove the Kuretes vanquished into 
Akarnania, I 543 sqq., B 642. 

p.cXcSiipaTa, Td,{ji&XG)), care, anaiety^ 
9vfiov, of the soul ; TrarjOo^', anxiety for 
his father kept him awake, o 8. 

fAtXiSwv (jAsXw), pcXcSttvcs d^tlaij 
sharp cares, r 51 7 f. 

piXci, see fiiXut. 

p.cXcurTC, adv., (fxsXog), limb from 
limb, Q 409, t 291, (t 339. 

pAcos> 1?, ov, irritus; "* 795. un- 
rewarded; ntr., in cas sum, in vain. 

piXi, TOQ, Tt, ro, m el. honey, as food, 
V 69; also as draught, mixed with 
wine; honey and fat were burned 
upon the funeral pyre, ^ 1 70, w 68 ; 
mixed with milk as libation to shades 
of dead , /jifXiKpijTov. Metaph. of speech 
of well-disposed, A 249, 2 109. Cf. 

McXC-Poia, to\vn in Thessalian 
Magnesia, B 717t. 

pcXt-ynP^^i 9^'€et-voiced, ft 187f. 

p,cXtT|, rjt;, y. r\v, yffi, f r a x i n u s, ash, 
N 178, n 767; shaft of lance, lance, 
freq. with UriXidda, from mount Ui,- 
Xiov; presented by the Centaur Chei- 
ron to UrjXfvg, 11 143 ; tvxaXxov, well 
shod with brass ; xaXKoyXuJxtvof:, 

pcXi-T|Si]s, sag, ka, {tidvg), honey sweety 
2 545, K 569, i 94 ; fig. vttvoq, sweet, 
ronrov, Oif/iov, life. 

)jicXi-Kpi^T(p, T(^, (Keparvvfii), honey 
drink, potion compounded of milk and 
honey as a libation to spirits of the 
lower world, k 519, X 27. 

piXivos, p 339, and pciXivov, a, (/a(- 
Xiri), fraxineus, beechen, a^en, E 
655. (11.) 

p.iXurorai, aojv, fem., {^iiXi), bees, M 

McXtfti, a Nereid, 2 42t. 

fAcXi - <t>p«av, ovog, ova, (^ntjv), h'tv- 
ing mind, substance, essence like honey j 
honey sweet =^^eXiTj6i]g, d u 1 c i s. 

p^XXto, (tg, ei, ire, ovm, opt. oi, oi- 




jtrfi/, ipf. ifiiWov, 6C, (£)»'» fTs, ov, and 
fikWf, fisXXov, (1) is sum qui, be 
ahk, can^ with infin. pres., ^ 125, ^ 
200; with inf. aor., d 377. x 322; 
with vov, denoting probability or sus- 
picion, may toeU, must, ovru) irov Ad 
fiiXXEi 0tXoi/ €lvai,thus,methinks, must 
it please Zeus. — (2) like -urus sum, 
(a) be on the point of, a 232, ^ 135, with 
inf. fut. (prs. aor.); (b) it is one's fate, 
destiny, J hive to, A 700, 11 46 ; often 
negatived, with inf. prs. aor. ; must, Q 
46, 1 477. 

li^ca, k(ov, iom, ntr., membra, 
limbs, 9 70, P 211 ; corpus, body, H 
131, N 672,0 354. 

)uXin|6pa, to, (/ucXttw), sport, kvvwi', 
N233; KUffci/, P 255. (II.) 

(uXiroKTCs, part., extol in song, A 474 ; 
mid. ifikXinTO ((fiop/iii^wv), wax playing 
(on the lyre), ^ 17, v 27 ; iJ,iXnofifivy- 
oiv iv xop(^, celebrate a choral dance; 
fiEXTrsoOai '^^prfi, fig., dance a measure 
in honor of Ares in close combat = 
fight on foot, H 241. 

|UXo>, ( 20, elsewh. 3 prs. fisXei, ovot ; 
imp. €Tw, ovTuiv ; inf. ffiiv, nv ; part. 
ovaa, ipf. ifieXe, fiiXe, fut. -rfffn, rftrov- 
<re, rjirifiiv, pf. fikfirjXi{v), subj. y, part. 
lag, plupf. /jtefirjXH, curae esse, it is 
a care, to me, fioi ri ; may often be trans- 
lated personally, care for, attend to, en- 
gage in, ipya ; K 92, an git, distresses, 
U 152, 0pc<T(, in thy soul ; with inf., tt 
465 ; part., « 6 ; i 20, be an object of in- 
terest; fji€firiXwg rtrof, studiosus rei; 
mid. in similar signif. with act. prs. 
fjLfXkffOiOj a n g a t ; fut. ynXiioiTai, pf. 
fisfjif3Xirai, plupf. fisfil^XfTO, x 12. 

fisfiaa, du. |U)&dTov, pi. dfitv, ar(e), 
aatTi, imp. drw, part, dujg, wtoq, n, tu, 
re, r<c, oiv, rag, {fiifidorfg, ore, B 818), 
fiefiavia, av, at, plupf. fikfxdaav, (fiai- 
ofiai), charge, press forward, irri rtvi 
(yet not so, <l> 174), iyxdyri ; gestire, 
molir'i, plan, X 315; with inf., ap- 
petens sum, desirous, rivog ', part., 
cupidus, rapidus, eager, quick. 

|jLC}iaKviai, see firjKdofiai. 

|U}ipX{OKc, see fiXiljoKU). 

|U;jipXcTai, TO, see fikXu). 

^|jLV|K«Ss, see iii}Kdo}xai» 

|U^T|X€, u, y, see n'iXut. 

iiC}ivc0}ic0a, kipTo, see fiifjivntTKbj, 

M^}tva>v, orog, son of Tithonos and 
of Eos, came to the aid of Priamos 

after the death of Hektor, and slew 
Antilochos, X 522, cf. J 188. 

|j.i}jLovas, eu, pf., (mens), have in 
mind,pu pose, with inf. prs. fut. or aor., 
Joa Oihlai (cf. <l>pov'hiiv laa^. thinks to 
make himself equal with the gods, 4> 
315 ; ^ix^a, yearns with a twofold wish, 

|i^}ivKc, see fivKOLOfiai. 

)Liv (from /x//v, filv, H 77, 389, A 
442, X 482), I. in afiirmation : pro- 
fecto, w truth, A 216; fitv Sri, with 
imp., now then, A 514 ; vvv, now ccr- 
tainly; ei, if then in fact; r/, (1) in oath, 
in veiy truth, ^ 160 ; (2) in assertion : 
truly, yet, k 65, \ 447 ; (3) in antithesis, 
Q 416.— icat //£v,(a) and yet, A 269 ; (b) 
; but even, v 45 ; (c) and truly, k 13, r 
i 244; ou fxiv, non profecto, not in- 
deed, B 203, P 19, /o 381 (see also II.) ; 
ov /liv ydp = kTrei ov fikv, a 78, 173; ow 
fif.v Toi, ^ 266 ; ovSi fikv, k 447 ; ovdk 
jikv ov8e,B 703; neque vero ne hi 
quid em, nor by any means; drdp fuv, 
but in truth, /3 122; fth^dk, V 308; 
after pronouns, in recapitulation, A 234; 
in repetition, A 267. — II. in first of two 
corresponding clauses, (1) without Ss, 
q u i d e m, indeed, A 21 1 ; also ov fikv Sr„ 
but still not, e 341; ou fikv rot, yet by 
no means, (T 233 ; fievoud8,{&)=dXX'ov 
fidv ovU, nee vero ne — qu idem, but 
not even, k 551. — (b) but yet not, T 
295 ; verily in no respect, S 807 ; ovSk 
fitv, but also not, A 154 ; nor indeed, 
^ 311 ; after negative, ov, 9 553, 'y 
27. — (2) with following dk, et — et, 
quidem — sed, cum — tum, both — 
and, as toeU — as, although — yet, A 53 
sq., a 22 sqq., T 51, a 24, y 153. — (3) 
instead of dk, dXXd may follow, A 24 ; 
drop, A 166 ; av, A 109 ; avrdp, A 
127; avTi, F 240. — (4) other combi- 
nations: fiev oifv, so then, S 780; fiiv 
•Kov, methinks indeed, T 308 ; fikv rot 
(but /3 294, 6 836, roi=tibi): (a) in 
assertion, yc< 7-e(dly, 8 157, ir 267. — (b) 
introductory, before avrdp, ^ 411 ; be- 
fore de, (3 294. — (c) adversative, <r 233, 
e 294. 

(Acvcaivw, iig, n, ojlUV, ire, <ov, ipf. 
fitvfaivofifv, aor. fieverivafiiv, (fisfjiova, 
mens, fifji'ig), eagerly desire, with inf. 
aor. prs. (fut.), N 628, A 126; irasci, 
he angry, T 68, Q 22, a 20, s u c c e n s e- 
re alicui, rtvi*, bvit t^v^i, coTi\«ivd \a. 




angry strife; n 491, transfixus in- 

|jLCvc-8i]ios, withstanding the enemy ^ 
brave, M 247 and N 228. 

Mcvi-Xoos, son of Atreus, brother 
of Agamemnon, his wife Helene se- 
duced by Alexandros, r 27 ; slays 
Skamandrios, Pylaimenes, Peisandros, 
Dolops, Thoas, Euphorbus, Podes ; 
apiiioi;, api]i<l>tXogf 5iorpt(l>ki\ dovpucKti- 
roQy icvdaXifiOLOf ^av9uc ; his return 
home, occupying eight years, d 82 sqq. 

|jLcvc-4rT(iXc|xo9, oi, persistent in battle^ 
steadfast, y 442. (II.) 

Mcvcor6m, son of Peteos, B 552, M 
331 ; leader of the Athenians, N 195 ; 

xXl/^tTTTTOV, A 327. 

Mcvia6T)s, a Greek, slain by Hek- 
tor, E 609t. 

McvioOios, (1) son of Areithoos, 
slain by Paris, H 9. — (2) a Myrmidon, 
son of Spercheios, 11 173. 

^cvc-xap}&T|s, Tjv, m, and -x<^PK^> S 
376, (xcipftTi), stanch in battle, steadfast. 

)&cvo-ciKi(a), masc, ntr., eg, {hkw), 
tutting the heart, satisfying, largns. 
T 144, ^76. 

I&cvoivww (instead of aw), ag, ^■=a(f., 
uiv, prs., ipf. fiivoiva, tov, aor. 'i]<Jtv, 
subj. y<Ty=riy(ny O 82; i](Tu)(n, (fiivog, 
ixtvtaivio), cupio, peto, desire, seek, d 
480, o 111, p 355 ; rtvi Kaxa, moliri, 
devise, X 532 ; ponder, M 59 ; iroWa, O 

McvoiTidSris, ao and £(i>, son of Me- 
noitios, Patroklos, n 554, 2 93, I 211. 

Mcvoirio99 son of Aktor, A 785 ; in 
Opus, 2 326 ; father of Patroklos, A 
605, T 24. 

\Livoq, fog, £>', og, ea, tvjv 361, (a, 
ntr., (MEN, MA, mens, fifjvig), vcAer 
m ent impii lse, w 319, T 202, P 503; 
furcf, might, H 210; iv yovveam. P 
451 ; freq. with x"P«C» Z 502, V 372, 
X 502 ; Kpartpov, H 38, K 479, N 60 ; 
coupled with aXic// (power of defense), 
1 706, Z 265, X 226 ; irvpog, Z 182, X 
220 ; avFfitov, E 524 ; v ital focc e^^fe, 
P 298, 29, Z 27 ; joined with yj/vxr}, K 
296, r 294 ; 9vfx6g, 358 ; often in 
periphrasis, e. g. /x. 'ArpfiSao —'Arpfi- 
drig, etc., A 268, ^ 837, i; 178, 423 ; 
iepnv, Tj 167, V 20; /«fv«' av^pwvy A 
447, 61, ^ 363 ; resohe, with evfing, 
E 470, X 346; courage, valor, 4> 151, 
K 366, n 529; voXvOapokg, P 156 ; 

with Odpffog, E 2 ; B 536, F 8 ; wrath, 6 
361, A 207 ; /«ry, cf. tpidog, A 103 ; Sd^ 
fiaffffe, X 562 : men s. temper , t 493, B 
892 ; in general signifaetermined by 
context, iv <f>pf<Ti, <S? 145, A 103 ; ip 
9vfi(f, P 451, >t" 468, X 312. 

MivTT)s, (1) chief of Kikones, P 73. 
— (2) son of Anchialos, a 180, chief 
of Taphians, a 105, guest friend of 
Odysseus, under whose form Athena 
visits Telemachos. 

u^vTOi, see fjikv, ad fin.. II., 4. 

MevTiop, opog, son of Alkimos, 
friend of Odysseus, in whose form 
Athena conducts Telemachos to Py- 
los, and seconds Odysseus against the 
suitors, j3 225, 243, y 22, 340, x 206, 
208, oj 446. 

|ilv(i>, prs., ipf. ifji£v(e), ov, iter, iii 
vtffKov, fut. fiivkut, tig, ovm, etv, wv, 
aor. ip.Hva, ag, t, afi€v, av, and fiiiv{t\ 
afitv, ar, av; y ; tiag, (mens, ma- 
neo), (1) maneo, remain, toait, with 
inf., O 599 ; eiffoKS, I 45 ; hold one's 
ground in battle, 11 659. — (2) ri, ex- 
spec to, await, O 709; nvd, o 346 ; 
withstand, Z 126 ; await^ A 535, 4> 609 ; 
wait for, rivd, Y 480, * 571, j)w, A 
728 ; sustain, resist, O 406, X 93, M 
169, I 355, there he dared once to en- 
counter me alone. 

M^wv, a Trojan, slain by Leonteus, 
M 193t. 

Mcp^p£8t)s, son of Mermeros, Ilos, 
a 259t. 

|iippicp(a), ra, (s mar, m a ere, me r- 
ke), remarkable, signal (ipya, ircXk' 
^otu) ; in bad sense, infamous, horribk, 
K 48 (K 524, 453). (II.) 

M^p)&cpos9 slain by Antilochos, S 

}LcpfiT|pCCu, €ic, H, wv, ipf. fiipfiiiptZej 
or, aor. fiepfiripi^a, ^v), subj. ai, inf. 
-at, (see fiepfiepd), (I) deliberare, 
ponder, reflect, ivX {ptrd') (^pfffi, Kard 
(fipiva (Ovfiov), A 189 ; with i) — if, 
utrum — an, wf, oirtog, inf. a; 235. — 
(2) m ed i t ar i, imagine, rivd dfivvropa, 
IT 256, 261. 

)&ippil6i,, ry, cord, k 23f . 

fUpoxcs, wv, f (T(Te, (mors), m o r- 
tales, mortal, dvOptoiroi, utv, also f^po^ 
roloiv, B 285. 

Mipo'^y seer and ruler in Perkote 
on Hellespont, father of Adrastos and 
Amphios, B 831, A 329. 




Cfifpiitf fupofiaij fjiiipofioi)y ipf. \Lil- 
pco, pf. 3 sing, tfifiopi^ plupf. pass. (V- 
fiapro (for atapLapro^cause to he divided^ 
i^eceive cu portion, (a) with ace, I 616. 
—(b) with gen., rifiijg, A 278, O 189, « 
335. — (c) plupf. pass., it teas decreed by 
/atej with ace. and inf., $ 281, e 312, 
it) 34. 

(uorat-ir^Xtos (fiitrai, locative from 
^kooQ),haJf'gr ay, grizzled, N 361 f. 

McoravXios, servant of Eamaios, 'i 
449, 455. 

|iC(rnYv(«), see /if traiyyu. 

|iC(ri|ci« (fASffos), mediocris, mid- 
dling, M 269t. 

picor^-8|jLT|«, r?7f, (Sifivj), (1) prop. 
what is constructed in the middle, repre- 
sented in the cut (see a) as a metal shoe 

in which the foot of the mast was firm- 
ly fastened, so that it (the mast) could 
be turned backward on the pivot (c) to 
a horizontal position, until it rested upon 
the lorodoKTi, j8 424. See also plate IV., 
where the fietroSiiTj is somewhat dif- 
ferently represented as a three-sided 
trough, or mast- box. — (2) pi., .tmall 
spaces or niches opening into the /isya- 
povy and enclosed on three sides, behind 
by outside wall, on either side by the 
low walls which served as foundations 
of the columns, r 37. (See piate 111., 
r, and cut No. 90.) 

|Ucrov9 etc., see p.k(T<roc. 

iM<nrdT^9 (^jusooot;), tv, in the middle, 
e 2^3 and A 6. 

pcavr-avXoio, oi', {av\i]), court Juim- 
yard, P 112 ; cattle-yard, A 548, /3o<r«i/; 
of Polyphemos, k 435. 

M^oxTq, harbor town near Tainaron 
in Lakonike, B 582f . 

|&cor(rT|Yv(s) and fji(TTiyv{<:\ in the 
middle, A 573, ^ 521 ; meantime, i; 195 ; 
e.sewhere with gen., between, betwixt, 
Z4,x341. [i5c,i5.] 

Mcor(rT|CS} spring in Thessalian Hel- 
las, Z 457t. 

Mconn^vTi, district about Pherai, in 
what was afterward Messenia, 15; 
the inhabitants, Mcovtjvioi, 18. 

(Acoxro-iraY^S (^'Trfiyvvfii), Jixed up to 
the middle ; iOijKev iyxoi;, drove the 
spear half its length firm into the bank, 
<l> 1 72 ; v. 1. fifffooTToXf-g, vibrating 
through half its length, quivering. 

(lio-o-oS) nom. and gen. pi. wanting, 
dat. pi. oio{iv)', ri, gen. sing., nom. and 
gen. pi. wanting, dat. pi. 'go{iv) ; ov, a, 
with parallel form |xco-<p, ov, oiai, 
ifieOjog, medius), medius, ntr., freq. 
as subst.. middle : fkv^fifnntfj, ig (card) 
fikoov, 6iKai,uv, judge impartially, ^ 
574; ig ft. Oeivai, in medio propo- 
n ere, offer as prize; ^koov vxTfio, half- . 
way over ; fieoov aiuXoi, pliant in the 

lkia-^(a) (jii(To<pa), i^ovg, till dawn, 
e 508t. 

ptcrd, amid, among, B 446, 2 515; 
after, ^ 133; postea, afterward, o 
400. — Prep., (1) with dat., amid, also 
of things; among, /i. vrivoiv, N 668; 
also between, of two things, or such as 
exist in pairs, ykvvaau noaai (jrkay p.. 
IT. yvvaiKog = nascatur), (ftpiai^ in 
thought, properly intra praecordia, 
A 245 ; TTvoiyg, OTpo^dXiyyi, as it were 
with the breath of the wind, of the 
whirlwind; irvparov ptrd o\g kr., ul- 
timum e sociis suis. — (2) with 
gen., along with, fidx^oOai pfra. rivog, 
in league with any one. — (3) with ace, 
inter, amid, infrequent, B 143; usu- 
ally to denote direction toward, often 
with plural subst., F 264, H 35, K 205, 
P 458, 460, joined with if, A 70, A 
423, fi 247, cf. E 804; coupled with 
fcTn, n 534; also after, of individuals, 
K 73, ^ 115; in hostile sense, bppa- 
adai', of space, A 423; and of time, 
post; in order of worth, rank^ secww- 
dum=next o/ter*, «>o «\«» ^Vsx<i. ^ 




superlative is implied, e. g. apiarfjegj 
fLiTiirpiTTiy n 195 ; 583, the dearest 
according to blood and race; finally, 
with verbs of motion and of intention, 
after^ in pursuit of, TrXtiv fitrd xw^kov, 
o'ixovTai fifTci SeiTTPov ; denoting con- 
formity with, s e c u n d u m, /u. oyftov, 
along the furrow. In anastrophe fisTa 
= /xtrtoTi, so fisra, <p 93, coupled with 

fX€Ta-/3a(Vw, aor. imp. -Pi\9Kfpas8 over 
(in narration, jcai deioov)^ 9 492 ; fitrd 
ddoTpa PifirtKtty fi 312, had passed 
over (the meridian) = were declining 
toward the horizon, /x 312. 

fACTCL vwra ^aXuv, aor. ,terga ver- 
t e n s, turn one's back, 94t. 

^CT-cPo-uXcvcrav, aor. from -(^ovXevu), 
dWiog, have changed their purpose, dp.(f 
(de) 'Ohmt}i, t 2^^. 

JUT ayycXos, O 144 and ^ 199, is 
not a single word, but /ucra belongs in 
one case to Qtoiaiy and in the other to 

|i.€Ta - SafvvTcu, prs., fut. dahofiai, 
(TSTai {daivvfxai, oaif), have a share in 
the feast, ^ 207, with gen. partitive, 
elsewh. t)fuv, n o b i s c u m. 

|iCTa-8t^)&ioi, ov, {Sfjfio<;), among the 
people, in the community, v 46 ; at home, 


\UTa-h6pinoq (SopTroi:), adj., inter 
c a en am, during supper, d 194f (cf. 
213, 218). 

|jLCTa-8po}ia,ST)v ( dpofiog ), running 
after, E SOf. 

^cra-i^civ (V^w), sit among them, 
IT 362t. 

|iCT-atoror(i>v, prs. part., -at^ag, aor. 
part., rushing after, <l> 564. 

|iCT-cKiaJc, ov, ipf, (KidOvj), subse- 
qu\. follow after; rivd, persequi, 2 
581 ; transire, />as« over to; irtdiov, 

p^ra-icXavo'caOai, fut., {KKnuti), po- 
stea fleturum esse, shcdl hereafter 
lament, A 764f. 

1 (ura - KXkv8ivT09, aor. pass, part., 
(ifXii'w), if the tide of battle should 
shift about, A 509 f. 

^CTa-XXi{ ;cic, avTi, aor. from \rjyit} 
{a\- ?), x^Xoio, cease fom, I 157. (II.) 

l&CT-aXXfii), q.Q, q,, Mtriv, imp. dWa, 

aor. dWrioar, rjoat, (Aineis derives 

from fiird and Xdw, look after), s c i s c i- 

iarJ, search ri^ier, U 516, o 362 ; inquire 

about, Tivd, K 125, N 780; ri, ir 465, 
^ 128; percontari, question, rivd, A 
553, r 6 ; also rivd ri, or dfi^i rivi, p 
554; coupled with verbs of similar 
meaning, A 550, y 69, ;// 99, ly 243. 

p.cTdX|i,cvos» aor. part, from fuBaX- 

p,CTa-p,a^iov, ntr., (/iw^ot,). (Tr/;0oc» 
on the breast, betujeen the nipples, in the 
middle of the breast, E 19f. 

|*i€T - 6|iicryov, ipf., fut. -ftiKo/jin', 
(fjiioyw) placed (pine splinters) in the 
midst, <T 310; x 221, we vjiU merge thy 
possessions with those of Odysseus 
(for subsequent division among us). 

l&CTapiwvka (for -avtptDVia ?), ntr., 
van a, irrita, vain, fruit'.ess ; Qtltv, 
reddant, A 363; v. \. fitrajiAioAia. 

jjicTa-vaoTT|v, rov, {raiui), new-comer, 
interloper, i n q u i 1 i n u m, 1 648. 


|jLCT-cvCo-orcTO, ipf, (viooofiat), (30V' 
XvTovSt, passed over (the meridian) to- 
ward (his place of unyoking) setting, 
II 779. 

^cT-a|i$, between, A 156t. 

)&CTa-irav<S^cvoi {Travw), resting be- 
tween whiles, P 373f. 

Ixcra-iravo'wXi^ (rrai'w), intermis- 
sio, 7*65^, pause, TroXkfioio, T 201 f. 

p,6Ta-irp€iri(a) rov, (rrpsirai^, con- 
spicuous among, dOavdroioiv, e x i m i am 
inter immortalium (domos), 2 

|jLCTa-irpiira>, €i, (tmesis, 9 172), ipf. 
-tTTpiirov, e{v) (tmesis, o 2), ov, {irpk- 
irw), be prominent among, excellere, 
among, noi, on account of, dat. II 596, 
inf. n 194. 

(Acra-treuojuai, ipf. -cotrcvovro, aor. 
koavTo, (atvu), oPv-), hurry after, ^ 
423 ; rivd, "^ 389. 

fitTa-airwv, fxtra-OTrofitvog, see fitO- 

piracrcrai, ai, (jjurd), yearlings, prop- 
erly those born in the middle one, of 
the three bearings in the year, summer 
lambs, t 22 If, see 5 86. 

fitTaaaivofiai, see fura-oivofiai. 

pcT-^<rT€vov, ipf , (orivu), p o s t m O- 
do deploravi, lament afterward, d 
26 If. 

p,€TCMrToixt (tTToXxog), secundum 
lineam, in a line, in a row^ side by 
side, ^ 358 and 757. 

pcTa-(7r|oe0(i;, fut. 'Vrpi^viy aoT^ 




piibj. trrpii^, to>m, opt. £i<, CO !i verier e, 
K \ 07 , tw^ away his hvmt /rum anger; 
O 52, change his puriK)se in conformity 
to thy and my will ; change one's ways, 
O 203 i j3 67. reverse (\'our fortunes), 
sending misfortune instead of pros- 
perity ; pass. aor. fiiTaarpipOiigj evrt, 
ra, rt, qui corpus con vertit, Aar- 
»n^ turned themselves about^ P 732. 

|i.cT-c9T|Kcv (riOrifii), ki — , toould not 
have caused such a din among us, tr 

(Acra - Tp^'iro}i(ai), y, erat^ rivoc* 
properly, turn ones self about at=re' 
gard, consider, always with neg., A 
160; exc. fitrd B' trqaTrtTO, aor., se 
convertit, turned himself about, A 

IMTO-TpoiraXi^co, ipf., (rporraXi^fo), 
(non) revertebaris ad me, turn 
about, i. e. thou didst flee without looking 
behind thee, r 190t. 

\k€r-avddvj, only ipf. tivSwv, a, (au- 
^17), spake among, tma, 6 496, a 31, B 

fi€rd-<l)T]fii, aor. )ut-^<(>t) and ftcr- 
itvtroVf *'£t7r(«v) and ett^', toi(ti, among 
(them) he (she) spoke, B 411 ; B 795, 
alloc uta est, not a genuine verse: 
tmesis, /icrd tinr., F 303, k 561. 

)jicTa^pa^<S|tc<r&a, prs. 1 pi., ((ppd- 
Zofiai), postea considerabimus, 
will afterward consider, A 140f. 

|jLCTa-<|>pcvov, ov, if), and pi. a, of 
single person, M 428, (^/otvf f), proper- 
ly, behind the diaphragm, the back. 

fUTa-^uirib;, ipf. -f^wi'iov, i{v), 
{iptitvri), ToXai, made my voice heard 
afnong them, k 67, sc. rolm. 

fitr-kdat^ from I. fitr-Hjii, 

fiiT-kmr., see fjerd-ipijiJii. 

I. [Ur-Hfii (fikra = fiirttrrif 93), 3 
pi. iaaXf ififiivai = eivai, i(ov (tmesis, 
X 78), subj. Eo) = eio), ey, fut. tatropai 
(tmesis, €<r<Tcrnt, I 131), ver sari inter, 
6c among, riaiv ; only B 386, i nter ce- 
de t, intervene. 

II. |i^T-ci^i, iiffiv, ipf. tmesis, yn, 
aor. mid. iladfjivog, (i6r«»), go after, 
sequor; N 298, march forth j go or 
ride among, N 90, P 285. 

HiT-tiirov^ etc., see fiird'Cfirjpi. 
|iCT-curd|i.cvo99 see II. fiiT-tt/m. 
lACT-ciu, ifjLfifvni, see I. n'tr'Upi. 
lACT-^ircira, afterward, S 310, «c 519. 
|UT-cpxo}Uii, crat, ifitvoi;, fut. cAfi)- 

(TOfiai, aor. fiXdoc, imp. eX^t , part. (XOtJv^ 
come upon, a 229; rttriV, come amoni^, 
a 134; ingruere, irruere, attack, 
Xkiov dysXri^i. fjiir kXd(f>ov(;; OTixct'- 
obire ordines, />a«« through to mar^ 
shal the ranks, E 461 ; riva, seek ftr, 
pursue ; irarpuQ KXiog, J go to seek tid- 
ings of my father; tpya, attend to the 
farm ; ydfioio, curare. 

lACT-ccrcrvTO, see ptra-aatvopai. 

\L€ri(af see I. jiir-tipn. 

^CT-ijopa, ntr., {diipi^), 26, ykvoiro, 
would be raised aloft, would float in 
the air; into the air, ^ 369. 

|JL€T-0lX<iK-€V09, I?, ipf. ^'x^'"Oi "^^'^ 
darVf permeare urbera; K 111,^ 
to seek; persequi; coniitari. 

fJLCT-oicX(i{ci, keeps chmginy his posi- 
tion (from one knee to the other), N 

28 If. 

ftCT* ftiracrcra, {cirdZ,w). gave (to ac- 
company them) at the same time a lead- 
er, K 204t. 

pieT-<JiruF6(€v), behind, in the rear 
(toward the west), v 241 ; XtXtipphvi, 
left behind; with gen., pone, behind, 
I 539 ; X 382, aftermaxds, 

|i.CT-oxX(<ro-ci,c, aor. opt.. {6xXiZ,w), 
push l^ck, away (strictly with a levei*), 
li 567. 

pLCTpi(jo-avTC99 aor. part., (fiirpfu)), 
emeusi, havitig pa-tsed ove7', y 179f. 

pcrpov, (a), ntr., measure, measuring' 
rod, M 422 ; jar and its contents, me' is- 
ure, H 471, of wine, of flour ; measures 
of the way = length of the journey, 
S 389 'ifuU measure, prime, f//3»;f ; opfxuv, 
proper mooring-place. 

ucT-wtriov, adj., ace. sing, masc, 
(jiET-inTTOv), on the forehead, A 95 and 

n 739. 

|jL^r-a)irov, qi, a. ntr., (lo^p), frons, 
forehead, also /row/ <f helmet, n 70. 

)uv = (t)/iov, see tyw. 

tUxpi(s)y with gen., ten us, as far 
as, OaXdatTTig, N 143, and Ho /i., how 
long? Q 128. 

jMJ, negative prohibitory particle, 
ne: I. where the subject desires to 
avert something, (I) prohibition, with 
imp. pres., n 22, r 414; aor., A 410, 
oi 248 ; subj. aor., E 684 (in threat, 
A 26; as mild assertion. ( 467); /i»/ 
Tt, do not in any way, true rejulmg in 
a 316. — (2) exhortation, iVI 210, (u'l 
lOfitv (subj). — (a\ \n'v^, Vl\^ W\v^.^^ 




160; with wfitXeg, I 698; with inf., 
B 413; in imprecation, B 259.— (4) 
solemn promise, fut. indic, K 330; 
inf., £ 187; protest, indie, O 41 ; inf , 
T 261, ^ 585.— (5) purpose, A 522, 
a 133. — (6) fear lest^ o 12, A 555; with 
indie, aor., t 300; in independent 
clause, A 587 ; dependent upon other 
verbs, A 555, K 98, IT 446 ; in indirect 
question, K 101. — (7) threat, S 46. — 
II. where the subject intends to deny 
the truth of its assertion : (1) in con- 
ditional clauses, nisi, unless, F 374 (in- 
variable, except where an idea not the 
sentence is denied, cf. si non, r 289). 
— (2) in concessive sentence invariable, 
il Kui and /cat ct, etc. — (3) in relative 
sentence implying a condition, d 165; 
after indefinite general antecedent, B 
302. — (4) in temporal clauses implying 
condition, 7r 197, N 319. — (5) always 
with infin. — (6) in interrogations ex- 
pecting negative answer, n u m ; always 
»} fiijfpray can it be? you don't me in? 
i 200, I 405, 406. With other parti- 
cles: firi ov, ne non, lest not, A 28, 
566 ; fxri Si], think not, I pray you, A 
131 ; /xi) fiav, 512, see fiav. (For 
place in sentence, see ov.) 

y.ifiiy (1) hut not, T 160.— (2) ne- 
que. and not, nor, ne — quid em, /iiytJt 
rt, nor by any means (in first, second, 
and fifth foot;, A 184, Y 121, y 96. 
Also doubled, yet not correlative like 
UriTt — t^^'hrt, but continuative, e. g. 
nor — , ako not, A 303. 

UTiScv, nihil, nothing, 2 500f. 

MtiSco-i-koo-tti, illegitimate daugh- 
ter of Priamos, wife of Imbrios, N 

l&ijScai, erai, oifirjv, to, ipf. fir}5eT(o), 
Sov9' = SovTo, fut. iiqatai, aor. (t^fiv- 
(TaT(o), {fiUuiv, m editor), B 360, take 
counsel for one^s self; devise, rivi rt, S 
253; KaKOL rivi, H 478; oXiOpov nvi, 
4 300, ic 115 ; Xvypbv v6(Xtov, y 132; 
Tivd n, prepare for, ^ 24, X 395, a> 
426; v«(Tro), parare, y 160. 

I. |xi{8ca, ra, (fjisSiov, m e d i t o r), 
plans, counsels; irvKvd, shrewd; €i(^wc, 
fertile in plans; TreTrvu/uivfl, prudent; 
dipGira, enduring ; 0tXa, friendly ; kv 
(ppfoiv oUtv, knows well in her 
thought. X 445. 

II. |it]8ca (^aSdv, madere), privy 
parts, C 129, <t87. (Od.) 

MTi6<iSvT|, home of Philoktetes, B 

firiKaofiai, only pf. ficfiTiicttfS) /ucfia- 
Kviai, whence ipf. (t)fikiir\Kov, i 439; 
and aor. part. fidKwv, shnehing, scream- 
ing, always of wounded animals, exc. 
(T 98; pf., of hard-pressed game, K 
362 ; elsewh. b alar e, 6/ea<. 

fiT|Kd8c9, ac, fem., (fjiTjKdofAai), bleat- 
ing (she-goats), c 124. 

fXT|-K-iT(0, lion iam, no longer, B 
259, 435, 7 240. 

Mtikuttcvs, rioQ, tog, (1) son of Ta- 
laos, brother of Adrastos, father of 
Euryalos, B 566, >l^ 678.--(2) son of 
Echios. companion of Antilochos, slain 
by Polydamas, ace. -rj, O 339, 6 333, 
N 422. 

MTiicumf|id8v)s = Euryalos, Z 28. 

^i^KioTov, ovgy longissimuni, os, 
tallest, H 155; fArjKioTa, finally, t 299. 

fATJKOs, TO, (jxaKpog), hfty stature^ 
t; 71 ; elsewh. longitudine, fefi^fA, 

^4[KiaVyri. poppy stalk, 9 306 f. 

^TiX^ai, Of, pi. fem., (jiijiXov), apple- 
trees; in synizesis, to> 340. (Od.) 

)jiT|Xo-PoTvjpas> TovQ, shqfherds, 2 

I. liTJXov, (p, iiiv, TO, m&lum, apple, 
i; 120, I 542. 

II. ^TjXov, ntr., fi 301, ^ 105, smaH- 
cattle, domestic animals ; rt, a single 
head; esp. in pi., herds of sheep cmd 
goats ; ivopxa, dpatva, he-goats, rams. 

^i4X<yira, rov, shirdng white, ri 104f . 

jii^v {}idv), profecto, verily, in truth 
(never alone) ; 17 — , B 291 ; 01^-7-, Q 
52 ; dyt — , on then, A 302 ; Koi firiv, 
and verily, ^ 410, tt 440 ; also in truthy 
T 45, X 582. 

firjv, vog, see fitig, 

HvT|, Tfg, (jiijv, men sis), moony "* 
455 and T 374. 

[Lr\viBik6v, Tov, (firivivj), wrath, H 62 
(only n). ^ 

|jL^vX|ia, TO, {fjirivitt}), Btiov, ccntse of 
divine wrath, curse, X 358. 

liTJvis, log, IV, fem., (jiaivofiai), ira, 
wrath, rancor, A 1 . 

piT|vici, prs., imp. iJLt)vi(t), ipf. (Of*»/- 
vt^iv), aor. fiTjvioac, (fi^vig), irasci, 
succensere, be wroth with, A 422, 
M 10. |0 14. 

M^ovcs, inhabitants of, MxiovCt, 
woman from, Mx|oviT|, i. e. Lydia, A 
142, r 401, B 864. 




}:i{-iruTC, (1) nunquam, nevery I 
133. — (2) ne unquam, lest ever, X 

|ii{ irov, ne forte, lest in any way, 
^ 130, ^ 775, rt'c, with subj. in threat. 

)jii{ WW, with imp., ne (non) iam, 
not yet, that not yet, x 431, yp 59, P 422, 
2 134 ; with opt., v 123. 

^i{ ircos, with subj. or opt. : that in 
no way, lest somehow, i 102 ; express- 
ing purpose or fear, with subj., P 95 ; 
in indirect question, whether not, K 

I&'ijpa, see firjpta. 

livipivdoio, </>, ov, fern., (jitipvw), cord, 
* 854 (only ^). 

|&TipC(a) "and |itip(a), ra, (nvpog), 
pieces of the flesh of the thighs, which, 
together with other pieces, were wrap- 
ped in a double layer of fat (ttiovo, 
wfioOlrrtoav), placed upon the altar 
{iiriBfivai), and burned, A 40, y 456. 

Mv|pi6vT|9> son of Molos, N 249; 
K 270, from Kreta; Ofpdirujv, of Ido- 
meneus, N 246; drctAai/rof 'Evva\i<{}, 
H 166 ; 'April, N 528 ; exploits, N 566, 
650,2: 514, n 342, 603. 

fivip^Sy ov, 6v, u), oi, ovQ, masc, fe- 
rn ur, Aam, upper fleshy part of the 
thigh; '*to smite one's thighs" as sign 
of surprise or excitement, M 162; 
i^BTOfivov firjpia, they cut out (from 
the thighs of the victims, sc. firjpojv) 
the thigh-pieces, y 456, q. v. 

fiTipdcravTO, aor. mid. from fitjpvw, 
drew vp, furled by hraUing up, fx I70t. 
'Vh^ process was wliat it is to-day. 
(See cut No. 5, Egyptian representa- 
tion of a Phoenician ship.) 

)&i{<7T(i>p, oQ, €, €c, ag, masc, (firiSo- 
fiai), properly, devise?: jn'ej)arer ; a u c- 
tor, /i. (po^oiOy author of flight, but E 
272, well understanding pursuit and 
flight; /4. avrriQ, raisers o/' battle cry, 
cf. /3o^v dyaQoQ, elsewh. counsehr. 

Mi^oTop, son of Priamos, Q 257 f. 

fxi^Tc — /*J7r£, nee — nee, neve — 
neve, neither— nor; followed by sim- 
l»le re, N 230 ; fir^rk n, with imp., and 
do not, K 249, ^ 387. 

p.i]Ti|p, tpog, kpi, kpa, (f'p' tfirit' and 
kvi, \j/ 113), voc. firirep, ace. pi. ipag; 
also |iTiTp^, pi, mater, mother, of men, 
A 130, a 215 ; of animals. «r 414 ; freq. 
with epithets, Trorvm, aii^oiy, KfSvif ; 
with fiiiXtav = producing, abounding in 

sheep, A 222 ; — Oripatv, in wild-beasts, 
e 47. 

|ii{rY, see firiTiQ. fiiJTi, see firjrig. 

/iTjridw, 3 pi. |iTiTi<kiNri, part, outvri, 
ig, ouKTi, odftra, mid. prs. daoOe, ipC 
fjLTjrioufVTo, {fifing), dtliberate, H 45*, 
conclude, (iovXdg ; devise, ri, kuko, vo- 
oTov nvi ; 2 312, kokoi, male sua- 
denti; mid., d^te with one^s self, 

jJit|Tt6Ta (jurjriofjLai), only of Zevg and 
Zsij at close of verse, cUl-udse, counsel- 
or, k 175,508. 

fiiTiTi^cvTa (/i^ng) <l>dpfjiaKa, helpful 
herbs, d 227 f. 

|iTiTCo|ULi, fut. t(ro|ULi, aor. loaifiriv, 
itraoOai, (jjujTiofjLat, fxfJTig), devise, nvi 
n, nvd n ; cf. fxrjdofxai, perpetrate 
against one. 

p,T|Ti,<ki>o'a, otjioi, see fjiTjnda). 

|iTJTi,s» Tg, 7, Iv, fem., (m e t i o r), c o n- 
silium, (1) shrewdness, wisdom, prinv 
drdXavToc, equal in insight to the gods. 
— (2) proposed, plan, P 634 ; v^aivtiv^ 
think out, H 324, d 678. 

firirXg, ^i^tY, nullum, X 120, v 46; 
usually separated, fit} n, e. g. with imp., 
by no means; also with subj. and inf. 
In most cases the force of the two 
words /ir} and ng, which are usually 
separated by a word, may be separate* 
ly given, X 358, v 229, A 234. 

(ATiTpo-irdTcop, one's mother's father, 
A 224t. 

p,T|Tpvii^, rjg, no V ere a, step-mt^her, 
N 697. (11.) 

p,T|Tpc0iov ^<iD/iflr, materna domns, 
maternal home, r 4l0f. 

p-'^rpcAg, ace. (oa, avunculus, mci- 
temal uncle, 11 7 1 7. (II.) 

pTixav^covras, part. pr. (for dovrag), 
mid. prs. -outvrai, opt. otftro, ipf. fjirj- 
XavdaaOe, omvto, (jirjxavi]), set at work, 
perpetrate, <t 143 ; mid. in similar sig- 
nif., also devise, rr 134, nvi koku. 

p.TJXOS9 TO, help, remedy, B 342. 

Myojy, see Myovig. ftCo, see elg. 

fjiaivu), aor. subj. pti^vT), pass. pr. 
fiiaivioOai, ipf. fjiatviro, aor. 3 pl. t/ut- 
avQiv and dvOrjoav, dye, stain, A 141 ; 
pass., i n q u i n a r i, 6e soiled (with blood 
and dust). 

p.Xai-<^(ivos, €, cruore inquina- 
tus, blood-stained. Ares, E 31. (II.) 

pldp6s ( fiiaivio), cruore inqui- 
natus, stained^ 12 420'^. 




|iiX7a{o|jiA'ovs, part, prs., (piiyvv^i), 
p'Korririy united in love. 6 27 If. 

^11780, adv., (jjLiyvv^i), promiscuously, 
Otulat, B 437 ; together, im) 11. 

fnyvvfiif SLOT. inf. ittlai, pass. pf. fie- 
fiiy^kvoVy 01, Tf, a, plupt'. ifii^iKTo, aor. 
{i)fAixOTjy 3 pi. tfiix^tv, inf. Oiifievai, 
part. Oti(:^ aor. 2 ifiiyrjVy i;^, 1;, /utyi;, 
ijaau=iiiyev, subj. lyyCt €w<w, opt. €i»/v, 
i]r, 1;, ^lyiitVy inf. ijfin^at and ^rat, 
piirt_£iira^_«7CTa, fut. fiiyiiataBai, mid. 
fut. fn'iiadaiy bjot. i^iKTo, /aikto ; more- 
over, pass. p,icrycai, (rat, i/rai, kfiivat 
and t(T0(at), tfitvwv, ipf. ^laytro, o/x£- 
6^(a), oi-To, and iter. iiiaykaKtro, tfiiayi- 
CKovro^ miscGve, jgisc^uivov kul vSwp; 
also wine with wine, F 270; iiXeam, 
with salt; yXutfTffa, mixed \a,ng\i&gG ; 
pass., come_M contact, withaat., iyKatn, 
Koviy ; Aat;e relations tgith, ^tvly, hold 
intercourse in guest friendship, with 
dat., also tv ntrt, tt; rivag; also, _come 
into hostile zdklMoss^with, rivi, iraXd^ym 
TivoQ, Iv dat ; be united in sexual in ter- 
course, esp. {-rrapa) rivi, witb one ; 0tAo- 
rifft irat tvvy, also tv ^tXonyri or tvvy, 
or tv dyKoivyoi tivoq ; O 33, ^r ifiiyrji;, 
whose embraces thou hast enjoyed. 

MtScio, town in Boiotia on Lake 
Kopais, B 507 f. 

|UKp6s, parvus, smcUi, little ; Ssfiag, 
in bodily stature, E 801 ; comp. \uiMVf 
minor; KitpaXy, less in stature, or 
shorter bv a head, F 193. 

piiKTo, fiiKTo, see juiyvvfu, 

M£Xt|tos, (1) Ionian city in Karia, 
B 868. — (2) city in Kreta, mother-city 
of foregoing, B 647. 

fuXro-'irdp'goi (fxiXroQ, " vermilion," 
Trapuf}), red-cheeked, painted red on sides 
or bows, B 637, t 125. 

Mi^a99 vTog, promontory in Asia 
Minor opposite Chios, 7 172t. 

p.i|ivd^civ, inf. prs., (jiifivu)), perma- 
nere, remain, B 392 and K 549. 

|ii|i.vT|o-K(c), imp. prs., fut fivrjfffi, 
aor. tfivrjaai;^ rjoy, rjaaoa. (jisvio, men s), 
commonefacere,reTO*nrf, rivd tivoq; 
mid. prs., fut. fivrjcro^ai, etc., aor. ifivt]- 
aaro, fivrjoavro, opt. '(Taiaro = (Taia9\ 
imp. /jivfjoai, affOat, etc., iter, fivriod- 
(TKtTo ; moreover from fxvdofiai, prs. 
pivuojilva), y, ipf. fji'oiorr(o), ( 1 ) be- 
think oneY self of, providefor, with gen., 
TTf/oj, >7 192 ; <l>vynSi, think on flight. — 
(2) memo rare, mention, fivfjoOtjvai 

TIVOQ, d l\ 8. — (3) pf. fikfivrifiaif {<r)ai 
and y, TjT{ai), etc., subj. ufjieOa, opt. 
yfJTir, itftTO, plupf. fiffivrffiriv, r/vro, 3 
tut. fiffivfitrofjiai, titrttrOaij m e m i n i s s e, 
remember, tivoq and rivd, ri ; <r 267, 
curare, care for. 

|i.£}iv(a, only prs. (part, fii^vovrttrtri, 
etc.) and ipf., also unaugmented fiifivo- 
ixtv, ov, (jit-fikvu)), manerc, per ma- 
tt ere, withstand, enemy, rain, wind; 
exspectare, await, i}u>, tt 367. 

jjitv, K 347 fiiv, enclit., (for t/it//, old 
Lat. emem), eum, cam, id, t 48, F 
232 ; never reflexive, ^ 244 ; never for 
pl.,p 268, ic 212. 

MXvvci<p {rinf)), iiov, Minyeian, from 
ancient stem of Minyai in Orchome- 
nos, X 284 and B 511. 

Miwi^kos, river in Elis, A 722. 

|iXvvOci, ovai, subj. y, ipf. iter. iOKov, 
(fjivvvOa), minuo, lessen, diminish, O 
492, 4 17; minui, d 461 ; fi 46, the 
skin round (the bones) is wasting. 

fitwv6a (minus), pauUulum, a 
little while ; irtp ovti fidXa 6fiv, nor was 
it long = was quickly over, x 473. 

)&iwv8d8ios> ^, ov, 01, comp. -duit' 
rtpov, X 54 (pivvvOa), biief (of pain, 
life), 612. 

|i.ivvpi.(c, imp. prs., ipf. 3 pi. fuvvpi' 
^ov, (jiivvpoQ), whimper, whine, moan, E 
889 and ^ 719. 

MivoiS) looQ, uta, and a;, son of Zeus 
and of Europa ; ruler in Knosos in 
Kreta, N 450 ; father of Deukalion 
and of Ariadne, X 322 ; rules over his 
subjects in lower world, X 568 sqq. 

\».u3y-dyK€iaVy Trjv^ (dyicog), meeting 
of mountain glens, basin, A 453f . 

fxiffyw, see fjiiyvvfii. 

M.t(rv)(rc, aor. from fiias(o, P 272f, 
suffered not that he should — . 

pa06s, ov, olo, <p, ov, ouQ, (Ger. 
Miethe), wages, k 84, o 358. 

|i.CcrTvXXc(v), 07f, ipf. from fiKjTvXXbt, 
(m u t i 1 u s), cut up into hits, preparato- 
ry to roasting flesh on the spit, A 465. 

fttrov, Tov ; irapfK — , forth from the 
upiight threafs of the warp, ^ 762f. 
(See cuts Nos. 63, 129.) 

^CrpTi, i]Q, T]v, fern., band or girdle 
round the waist and abdomen, below 
the orarvQ Oioprj^^ the exterior of metal 
plates, the interior lined with wool (see 
cut No. 36), shorter than the ^uifia, 
which covered it, while over both and 




the Otoprj^ passed the ^warfip. (See 
cuts Nos. 3, 78.) 

|iix6<iS) see fxiyvvfu. 

fivdofiai^ ^vAi^, daaOai and arai, 
iovrai, a<r9(i}y aaOai, wfievogj \\)f. ^vti)- 
fit9(a), ii)ovrOj iter. /iv«(T*ctr(o), (Ger. 
minne), two, ywaiKa, aKoiriv, Sc'ifiap- 
ra, w 125 ; used also absolutely : fivu)- 
ofiivutf etc. ; see fii/jviidKu). 

|iytj|i(a), TOy {n6fivri/jiai)f memorial j 
^^cipu/i/y from Helen's hands (of her 
handiwork), o 126. 

|iVT||to<ri)vT| (jivfifKjjv) TTvphq yivsa9u)j 
let there be remembrance of, let us be 
mindful of fire, equivalent to a pass. 
of fikfiVTjfiaif O 181f. 

|tvij|ia>v (jivfifia)^ mem or, 95, and 
^oprov, bent on freight. 

Svijoxti, pvriadaKtTOy see fiifiin}aK(ti. 
IvTJcros, a Faionian, slain by Achil- 
leus, * 21 Of. 

jjivTioTcuciv, prs., aor. part, -ivaav- 
Tit;, (jivTjffTrf), woOy d 684 and a 277. 

|JiVT|(rTfjpcS) fipitiv, iipai and i)ptaai{y\ 
Of, (^nvTj(jrij)t suitors, proci, esp. oif' 
Penelope, in number 108, with ten 
servants, it 2A1. 

l&VTJaTis, »/, (jitfivij(TKit))f remembrance, 
doprrov, v 280t. 

fivijoTof, only fern. |iVT|(mi, y, 17V, 
(jivdofiai), wooed and won, toedded, ako- 
XOi*; opp. iraWaK'tQ, BovpiKTrimi, etc., 
Z 246, a 36. 

|jivT|(rTi}os, uv, gen. and ace. from 
fivqarvg, (fivdopai), wooing, courting, 
P 199. (Od.) 

|iva>(S|A€V0S) fivwfitvog, wovto, see 


(ury^ovTCSt part., aor. {t)p,6yi]aa, ac, 
av, ifA6yri(Te{v), subj. fioyfjay, part, (xai,', 
(/ioytc), laborare, to«7, labor; part. = 
aegre, hardly, A 636 ; fessum esse, ' 
worn, with dat. instrum., € 224, also 
with gen. ; and t^ tpyutv, tired with 
work in the fields ; p e r p e t i, suffer, 
undergo, TroXXa, t'lviKd tlvoq and tTri 
rtj/t, for the sake of. 

(uSyXs, aegre, vix, scarcely p, X 
412], I 355. 

)i.(SY(0, T(f, prae labor e, through my 
toU, A 27 f. 

ffcOTOc-T^KOS, ot, {tIktu)^, exciting 
l)atn« (of labor), Eileithyia,n 187. (11.) 

fuSOov, Of, masc.,(//« of battle, H 1 17 ; 
47nru>v, of war-chariots. 

|u>tp(a), y, av, at, diov, ag, (jit'po- 

fjiai), pars, then portio, part, par' 
tim^ in booty, the feast ; ovd' aiooifg fx. 
tXovaiv, expertes sunt pudoris; 
then generally share, to every thing its 
share, r 592 ; prs^er_jhars, Kara fioX- 
pav, suitably; iv poipy, merito; opp. 
7rapd"(ljTrEpj X 336) polpav; finally, 
fa turn, sors, the lot in life assigne<i 
to every one at hirth, t)av<,Tov; polpt't 
iariv — t'iixapTat, it is fated, ordered by 
destiny, with inf. ; opp. dpfiopirj, in 
sense of good fortune ; doom, Z 488 ; 
last of all, F a t u m. Destiny as the blind 
controlling power, recognized even by 
the gods ; plur. Q 49, k 253. 

|u>ipt)--Ycv^S* yac, favored by Molpa 
at one's birth, child of destiny, V 182f. 

(toiX-a7pi(a), rd, (poixog, dypa), p. 
6<pi\Xfi, owes the^ne imposed upon one 
taken in ackiliery, 9 332 f. 

fioXctv, see jSKtodKU). 

\i6\xpoSi Vi plumbum, lead, A 
237 f. 

MoXfcDv, ova, (1) companion of 
Thynibraios, slain by Odysseus, A 322. 
— (2) MoXCovc = 'AKTopiwve, Eurytos 
and Kteatos, A 709, 750. 

fjLoXoPpds, ov, (•' filthy pig," so Cur- 
tiua), glutton, as insulting epithet, p 219 
and a 26. 

MdXos, father of Meriones, K 269» 

poXoitaa, po\tov, see jSXwffirw, 

fJioXinl), rjg, y^ (pkXirat), InsviS, play, 
«porf, with music and dance, K 101, A 
472; music (vocal and instrumental); 
dance, 2 572. 

fJLoXvpSaiKQ, ry, (jAoXv^iiog), piece 
of lead attached to fishing-line as 
sinker, Q SOf. 

fiovoii), only fjLovttCcCs, h'ra, part. aor. 
pass., and (xovvcacrc, aor. Rct, propagcUe 
the race single, so that there is in each 
case but a single heir, tt 117; pass., 
left alone. 

pdpi|iov (fiopog), decreed by fate, with 
inf.,r 302t. 

p.op|ii)po)v, ovra, part., (pi'ipw), roar- 
ing by, d<pp(^, with foam. 2 403. (11.) 

p.op<$cvTa (popov). mvlberry-colored= 
dark-colored, so the old commentators; 
modern criticism has proi)osed other 
explanations, e. g. shining from MAP, 
yet nothing so fur conclusive, tr 298. 

fiiipoS) ov, masc, (1) from p,&popai: 
due (cf. polpa., al.<ja\ ij-k^^ yL.v^vN-v.»^ 




517, a 34; fatum, destiny^ diom [\ 
409], TT 421, u 241, T 421. — (2) ab- 
stract noun corresponding to ftporUj 
mors, death, 2 465, X 280. Q 85. 

ft6p<n|tos, ov, ntr., (/iopoc,), lariv 
(»/ei^), is (was) ordered hyfate, with inf., 
T 417,E 674 ; also of persons, destined 
to deaths X 13, to marriage, tt 392 ; 
riHap, day of death, O 613. 

M6pvs» woe, son of Hippotion, N 
792 ; a Mysian,' slain by Meriones, 
Z 514. 

fxapifffffio. pf. pass. part. |Jic|topv7)&cva 
or 'X\i^^o.y foed ata, stained, v 435f. 

fiop<^ij, 17V, venustas, grace, of 
speech ; fills his words with grace, Q 
170. (Od.) 

t&(Sp<^vov, swamp-eagle, (jiop<pv6g), or 
(cf. op^vji) dark-colored (?), Q 316t. 

|i6(rxoio-i, recentibus, fresk, ten- 
der, see Xvyoim, A 105f. 

MovXios, (1) an Epeian, slain by 
Nestor, A 739.— (2) a Trojan, slain by 
Patroklos, IT 696.— (3) a Trojan, slain 
by Achilleus, Y 472.— (4) a native of 
Dulichion, herald of Amphinomos, a 

)iovvd(, adv., (jiovvoq), singly, 371. 

I&OVVOS, ov, (ft, ov, Of, 97, (flOVOQ), 

solus, alone, A 467; unicus, single, 
/8 365; desolate, /orsaben, desertus, 
K 157. 

Moiior(a), ai, diov, (mens, monere). 
Muse, Muses, daughters of Zeus, 9 488, 
B 598, and of Mnemosyne, dwell in 
Olympos, B 484, in number, nine, to 
60; sing before the gods, A 604; 
Xiytia, a> 62 ; and inspire the bard, 
A l,a 1, B 484. 

^Xi^trtiVy fut. from iin\9s(a, (/tioX" 
Ooq), laboraturum, wiU be teorn ; 
KTidem, curi-s, K 106t. 

fjtoxBi^ovra, part, from fiox9iZ,io, 
(ji6x9oq), suffering, evulnere, B 723 f. 

Hox><tto, ipf. ifAoxXcov, {lAOX^og), 
heave up (with levers), M 259t. 

ftoxXos, <^, ov, oiai, (moles), lever, 
hanl-spihe, not roller, c 261 ; (in i) stake. 

MvySttv, ovog, king of Phrygia, 
r 186t. 

(AvSaX^aSf ace. pi. fern., (madeo), 
m a d i d as, dripping (with blood), A 54f . 

MvSwv, wi'ot,*, (I) son of Atymnios, 
charioteer of Pylaimenes, sfain by 
Antilochos, E 580. — (2) a Paionian, 
slain hv Achilleus, ^ 209. 

(AvcX^cvTo, ntr., (jivtKog), m ed al- 
io sa.ytiW of marrow, i 293t. 

liucXdst ov, masc, medulla, mar- 
row, Y 482 ; dv^piov, j3 290, spoken of 
strengthening food. 

pvO^ofiai, pr., and ipf. tfiv9€6firiv 
(elsewh. unaugmented), iter. pv9taKov~ 
TO, in ore habebant, used to caU, 
2 289 ; fut. riaopai, ceoi, aor. rjaaro, 
etc., (/iu^of), say, speak, H 76, X 184, 
a 124, X 345 ; Keprofilag, utter taunts; 
with ace. with inf., $ 462 ; report, A 
74, \ 328, j8 202 : with oloc, describe, r 
245; relate, fi 155; also memorare, 
speak of, X 517 ; in terpretari, A 
74 ; aymmunicate, 1/ 191. 

ftvOo-XoYcuciv, narrare, relaU, nvi 
Ti, /A. 450. 

|xv6oS) ofo, ov, etc., dat. pi. of<T(iv^, 
masc, sptech, opp. tpyov, I 443 ; ©ra- 
tio, narratio, d 597: sermo, con^ 
versation, B 214; iussum, request, 
ivish, o 196; consilium, counsels, A 
545 ; in general signif. = res, matter, 
its circumstances, its occasion ; 71, 
d meaner, conduct. 

ftviir)S) pvlav, at, diov, ag, musca, 
house-fly, carrion fly, horse-fly, the last 
as symbol of audacity, P 570. 

MvicdXt), promontory in Asia Minor, 
opp. Samos, B 869t. 

MvKaXt)crcroS) town in Boiotia, B 

lAVKaofiai, part. p.vic«S}Jicvai, aor. 3 
sing. fivKf, 3 pi. pvKov, pf. fiffivKtog, 
plupf. efitfjivKn, (1) mugio, bellow, of 
cattle; of Skamandros in comparison, 
4> 237. — (2) c rep are, creak, grate, of 
city gates ; resound, Y 260. 

p.vicT|Oftov, (f, masc, mugitus, low- 
ing, bellowing, 2 575 and fx 265. 

Mvici)vT|, daughter of Inachos, /3 
120; eponymous heroine of city Mv- 
KijvTi (-ri9sv,from M.), and i)vai, My- 
kene or Mykenai, residence of Agamem- 
non ; the inhabitants MvicT|vaiou 

|iVKov, aor. from pvKdofxai. 

livXaKCovi, Tolg, with millstones, then 
generally, mighty stones, cf. sax is, M 

fi.vXt)s> Tiv, at, mola, (hand) miU, 
i; 106. (Od.) Without doubt, not very 
different, except that they were of 
ruder make, fom the Roman hand- 
mills found in Switzerland, and repre- 
sented in the cut on next page. 

215 vourdM 

Mvpotrot, village in Elis, later rJ 
MupraviTiDV, BGief. 

Mv(ro(,(l) a ti'ibu on the Danube, 

Iv S — (2) kindred with foregoing, Afy- 

flofu n Asia Minor, occupying; lerri- 

y from Kiver Aisepos (o Mount 

npos, B SbS, K 430, S 513, O 

|ivx|i¥. r^, (/liM. fre m i m 8, iBOad- 


^^1 IM' 



rLvxolTBToi, ? 146, poBtrcmus, 



! J 

farlhttt atoay fiam (ihe reel); more 




n non k^X'*. V. "-. (o»B<. x a^OX 
C ear porium, itmer part, of liall. 


_^-— ^ 

houe. cave, harbors. * 23; hence 

llBXi-HK-roi, *. 

mrirfo proatk) 

/ p n'llas. KXieiig.'Apyioi;. mnwvi;. 

feonii ?355t 

uuw aor. 3 pi. utvoy, kace claird. 

iLCXo-<isr <i 

>£« a nubtoR 

Q 637t . 


(HiH , nom. Biiig., pen. pi. ^i/q,i.. 


no ft™,ffS<H. 

m« C>"V. mos-culus). »w . «/ 

■!«^, t 

muKe mi»rie»,n 319,324. 

Mvvi)t q c son of EuenoB sanb (iwXoi, uv. masc., funiaff o/' batlte, 

AchUleus, B S92 and T 298 P 39 freq, with 'Apotf, moil of war, 

liiip Kill, tiv, inni 4 350, jfviv, tarn- H I4T. 

drub, ni'irti-tArti& (lamarix tallica (luXu, 7n, molir, a mac;ic herb, giren 

Linn.). K 466. Hence |i{puttt^ oS^i, by Hermaa to Odi'sseus. to shield him 

(onoHii-shool, Z a9\. RKsinst the spells of Circe, c Snsf. 

Hiipfvi|, an Amnmn. whose funeral Identified by the ancients as a kind of 

mound M'ns called >' Thorn-hill,'' Bn- ^rfic(ailiiim nigrum Gnan.). 

n'lin, B 81 4t. pjijutiQ, subj. prs, from -tnu, !274f, 

livptov, ror, ini. tor, i(n). innume- end ptii^snvTu, fut. from -lo/ioi, r 

Tus, immeiisus. eomUta, 6 110. B 4121, viluperet, -sbuni, blame, n- 

468; ptFpiW.ivith gen., immenBum, jirooc* (^ru/inc). 

a rati qiiantili/, <t 320. jj^)isv, rrif. /i. avail/ai, eel a irond 

MvpiilS.'vd, tiTcFi, a Thrakinn tribe -f shame upon us, 86t. 

in L'hthiolis, fulloivers of Acbilleue, 11 pivuxtt T. explained by nncient 

S69, B 684, A IBO, X 495; their chief commenTalors as pm-Ai-vxie- tias'^-- 

cenlrex. Fhihia and HellflB. undomn- Aonfed, io]i6is \in^u\is, B 

fL^pat-Toi, prs., part, and freq. igif. 236, opp. cattle and i 

3 pi. iiipavff, Jloai, Ssiotce in fears, tion from /liiiita, n. 


vii i^fXcuoniov, affixed to foil?. va( (fi). 
forms : pi. oi ; ("*o»i ; Kuff. ^i and wiih /. 
vDBf 1 : the particle xi ; and IC 
of the vei'b ending in i and 

vatcriti, part aaiv, huisa, (n 
618). n'oiTo, prs, and ipf.. iter. 




inhahity exists AaKeSalfiovt, T 387 ; of 
localities, are situcUed, inhabited^ sita 
est, dwells, where the island is con- 
ceived as a thing endowed with life = 
existSj a 404 ; also transitive, B 539 ; 
part, ev vaifrdtov, etc., habitable. 

vaCo), prs., (inf. vaufiEv)^ and ipf. 
(iter. vaittTKt, ov\ mid. tv vaiofitvov, i;, 
etc., inhabited, peopled, of cities, (vaffjw), 
(1) dwell, Kara, iripi, irpoQ ri ; tv, 
napd Tin ; aWkpi, locat. enthroned in 
the aether; vfjaoi, lie, B 626: trans., 
inhabit, oUia, H 221, v 288.— (2) 1 aor. 
vdnaa 01 irokiv, o 174, would have as- 
signed him a town to dioell in; also 1 
aor. pass. 3 sing. vdoOrj 'Apyti, sedes 
po s u i t, settled in — , 21 11 9. 

vdici)v, TTiv, aiyoi', hairy shin, ^ 

vdirai, at, (yva/nTrrog), forest glens 
or deUs, e 558 and FI 30(i. 

vdpici)crc, aor. from vapKono, was 
palsied, 6 328 f. 

vcUtOt), vdoaa, see vaitj, 

vdoau), aor. Iva{c, stamped down, 
yaiav, 122f. 

Naom]s, son of Nomion, leader of 
Karians, slain by Achillens, B 867 sqq. 

NavPoXCSriS) son of Naubolos, ( 1 ) 
Jphitos, B 518. — (2) a Phaiakian, 9 

vav-Xoxov, 01, (X<x» ^^i^o)i ship- 
she tering, of harbors, d 846 and ir 141. 

vav-}Aaxa, pi. ntr., navalia, /or 
naval combat, of ship- pikes, O 389t. 

vavQ, see vrivQ. 

Navo-t-Ooos, son of Poseidon, father 
of Alkinoos, colonizes the Phaiakians 
in Scheria, ri 56 sqq. 

Nav<n-Kda, daughter of Alkinoos, 
I 17 sqq.,J7 12,0 457,464. 

vavat- kXcitoio, navibus clari, re- 
novmed for ships, intrepid seaman, Z, 
22t, — vavax kXvtoC, epithet of Phaia- 
kians and Phoenikians, o 415. 

vavrai, uiov, iwv, yai{y), masc, 
nautae, sailors, A 76, 162. 

NavTcvs, a Phaiakian, 9 1 12f. 

vavTiXtti, Ty, navigatione, sea- 
manship, 9 253 f. 

vavTiXXcrai, subj., i(T9ai, inf., (ra?>- 
nXirj), n avigat, sail, S 672 and | 246. 

vav<^i(v), see vrivt;. 

veUi, ovai, ipf. {vaov, v. 1. and better), 
vaov, flow ; cptf, ran over with whev, 
/ 222. 

N^aipa (possibly personification of 
new moon), name of nymph, mother 
by Helios of Lampetie and Phaethusa, 
fi 133t. 

vcapoi (vEog), ten§ri, youthful, B 

vcdrr), ai, elsewh. vcCaros, ov, a, 
{vkoq), properly novissimus, always 
local, extremus, last, B 824; infi- 
mum, lowest; veiarog dXXijjv, imum e 
ceteris; ^ 466, topmost (?). 

vcPp^, or, 01, ovQ, masc, ( vfoq ), 
faton, e 248; fcXa0oto, X 189; symbol 
of timorousness, A 243. 

v^cSi laat, see vtivq. 

v^ai, see veo/xai. 

vcT|-Ycv^as, Tovc, (-y«vr/c), new-born, 
d 336 and p 127. 

v€-r\K€tn {aKT)), freshly whetted, N 391 
and n 484. 

vc-ijXvScs {ri\v9ov), newly come, K 
434 and 558. 

vcT|vt^, iai, adolescent!, yofiih ; 
masc. dvdpi, ^ 524; fem. vcijviSi, lai, 
maiden, rj 20,2 418. 

vciai, see vko/iai. 

vcia£pT|, aipav, (see viarq, from 
v€ot), i n f e r i o r, lower ; yaarrip, lower 
part of belly, abdomen, E 639. (II.) 

vcCaroSy see vtdTij. 

vciKcCo), subj, iiym, t'ly, inf. (iv, part, 
wj', ipf. 3 pi. vfiKHovy and iter. vHKtt- 
f(TKe, ov, other forms from vttKsw, 3 pi. 
v€iK6i)or(iv), imp. vtiKit, II, inf. tiv, ipf. 
vnK%i, {i)viiKtov, iter. viiKtisaKi, fut. 
reiKsau), aor. iveiKsaag, (€)wi«(ff)rr(iv), 
(vtlKog)', (1) quarrel, rivi tivexa rtvoc; 
tpiSag Kai viiKta d\Xr}\oig, contend with 
railing and strife, T 252. — (2) upbraid, 
reprove, opp. aivtiv, K 249, Q 29 ; freq. 
with tTTfetToiv and with adj., F 38, p 
374 ; fiaXa, angi'ily ; dvrtjv, face to 
face, outright, p 239. 

vc?Kos, log, 61, ta, ntr., (viicrj ?), heat 
of combat, M 348; noXi^ioio, N 271 ; 
in general, strife, V 87 ; of Trojan war, 
tpidog vuKog, P 384; ^vXarrtdog, T 
140; \ nrgisi, dissensions, ^ 205; with 
tpig, V 267; quarrel, "¥ 483; dispute, 
9 75, A 37 ; lites, strife at law, p, 440; 
reproof, I 448 ; taurU, H 95. 

vci]Jia = evupa, aor. from vsfna. 

vcidOcv (v'fog\from below, tK KpaSirig, 
from the depths o/" his heart, K lOf, 
and vcid3i Xipvrjg, far below mi the 
depths of the sea, 4> 3l7t. 




vciov, y, «v, fem., (v^ot,), new land^ 
fallow land, land newly ploughed after 
having lain fallow ; thrice ploughed, 
after such rest, in 2) 541, e 127. 

vcirai, from vkofxai. i/et0e/ufv, v. I. 
for vipsfiiv. 

vcKd8co'<nv, racg, (vtKpog), heaps of 
alain^ £ 886 f. 

vcKp^, oto, ov, o7<T(tv), etc., (n e c ar e), 
mortuus, dead, rsOvriwra, fi 10; 
corpse, "¥ 1 97, A 467 ; also with (Kara) 
r«6>viya>r€C,Z71, 2 540. 

v^KTap, apoc, (vri-KTtivat), nectar, 
reddish, fragrant drink of the gods, A 
3 ; preserves from decay, T 38 ; dvop- 
puK, lit. "fragment." sample of nec- 
tar, i. e. wine of the choicest sort, t 

vcKT&p^ov, tf)^ (vEKTap), V 385, 2) 25, 
fragrant, perfumed with neetar, 

v^KvSy vot;, VI, vv, vfg, vutv, ve(r(Ti{v), 
vaiv, vag, vg, (n ecare), = reicpot;, 
mortuus, efeac?, as subst., ^ 160, 168, 
190, N 509 ; KarareOvriiortg, H 409, X 
37, K 530; corpse, 12 108. 

vcuL^dovTo, ipf. ,pascebantar, toere 
feeding, A 635t. 

vcfAcaw, subj. ^m, imp. a, arov, aor. 
vepkaqcav, ftubj. afi(ry, fut. mid. afjaiai, 
arintTiai), verbal adj. tnirog, also veixco*- 
orujiat, aaarai, ipf. kvsfiiffffa, aor. mid. 
(ffTunaiTo, aor. pass. vefiiaffrjOi], Otjtb, 
9tv, B 223 ; BiOfjLsv, Oeig, ()tX<ja^ verbal 
adj. aariTov, (ykfxiaig), take it ill, be vesced 
with. Tivi (n). ^ 286, >R 494 ; indig- 
nari, be angry m>»VA, with part. 169, 
with ovviKa; mid., indignari (esp. 
aor. pass.), become angry, ri, rivi ; with 
relative, a 158, or infin. clause, irasci ; 
verbal adj., causing indignation, repre- 
hensible, iniquum; only A 649, mag- 
ni facie ndus, reverendus, to be 

vc}ico^tofL(ai), only sing. prs. (imp. 
-^tcrdw), and ipf. vefifmHiiTo, {vkfAtaig'), 
magni facere, revereri, dread, 
fear, Oiovg ; be wroth with for, rud n, 
E 757; followed by ace. and inf., B 
296 ; be ashamed, P 254, (S 138. 

v^ftccTiS* ttral Z 335, iv, fem., ig no- 
mini a, disgrace, N 122, Z 351; (t^) 
dpOpunriov, censure of men; ov vifieffig, 
non vituperandum, *tis no cause 
for anger. 

vc|ico'0'aa>, atniTov, see viyaoCj, vc- 
^^^^(cX see vkfiimg. 

v^|Ui, ry, ntr., {vkp,iaBai), wood-past- 
ure, glade, A 480. 

vc|A€i, prs., ipf. vf/ic, tvefiov, aor. 
tvHixt, viiptv, av, imp. vh/jlov, (1) dis- 
tribuere, dispense, xivi n, K 188. — 
(2)pascere, drive to or from pasture, 
I 233 ; pass. vEfioiTo, consumer e- 
tur, was consumed, only B 780; mid. 
(1) pasci.yeec?, browse, graze, vkfieaif 
ovrai, €(T9ai, E 777. v 164; (2) frui, 
feed one^s self upon, possess, veiJ.iTai, 
6/ic(70(a), subj. ijnt, opt. oiro, Z 195, ^ 
177. — (3) i n c o 1 e r e. inhabit, vkp,ov 
rai, IvkpovTo, Y 8, B 496, 751. 

wcviirrai, see v'tt,u). 

vco-ap8^(a), ace. (dpdw), freshly wo- 
tered, * 346 f. 

vco^iXtjs> new-bom, cKv\aKoc, p 86f . 

vc<S-oapTOv (dtiptjj), new'y flayed, x 

vco-6ir)X^a, ace. (OdWu)), fresh-sprout- 
ing, ;s; 347t. 

vcoCt) (vEog), adolescentia, youth, 
youthful thoughtlessness, "¥ 604f . 

v^oftai and vivpai, viiai, viirai, vi- 
ovrai, subj. vtrjai, Tjrat, w/uc0(a), opt. 
veoipriv, pt9a, oiaro^ imp. vtkaOto, (jButv, 
inf. vEopriv, vsoi'to, {veaopai, viaaopai), 
often with fut. signif., (1) red ire, r^- 
furn, oJKovdi, \ 176, o 72, a 241, m 460, 
M*^, Kdp jodov.— (2) ire,^o^r 6, Z 
335, ^ 8, ^ 261 ; venire, come, x 484; 
virb ^6(^ov,''k 51. — (3) abire,^ojB£ay, 
374. ^ '" 

v^ov, see vfog. 

vco-ircvO^a (irtvOog), fresh-moumhig, 
Ovpov, X 39 f. 

vc6-^Xvra (:rXv»/w), newly washed, 
K 64t. 

vco-irpCoTov (TTpiti)), fresh-sawn, 9 

Nco-frrdXcpos, son of Achilleus, 
educated in Skyros, T 327 ; conducts 
the Myrmidons home from Troja, 
weds Hermione, daughter of Mene- 
laos, y 189, d 5; slays Eurypylos, X 

v^oS) 010, ov, etc., no dat. pi., vtijv, 
at, vtov, a ; comp. vccurcpos, ou, y, ov, 
to, 01 ; sup. vtwrarog, rj, (n or v u s, n c w), 
novus, recens, new, fresh, opp. ira- 
\aioi,d 720, 9 58; ado I esc ens, young 
(cratjooi). A 463 ; also substantively, r 
433, I 36, 9 202; r€or, n up er, jW 
now, lately, ir 181, 1 99. 

vc^Sf see vrivg. 




vco-or)iijicTa>v (oficno)^ freshly polished^ 
N 34 2 1. 

vcocrcroi, oXm^ {vho^^^ pulli, young 
(birds), B 311, I 323. 

vc6-<rTpo(f>ov ((Trpe0u;), newly twisted, 
vtvpriVf O 469 f. 

veo-TCvicTov (rf^xto)* newly tDrought, 
Kaaairkpoio, <I> 592f. 

vto-rtvxitq, pi. from -rtvxhsy (jiv- 
;^w), new'y made, E 194f. 

ve6TT|Tos, r»/t-, {vkoi:\ adolesce n- 
tia,yow/A, S 86,^ 445. 

V€-ovTaTav, ov, (outcko), lately wound- 
ed, 2 536, N 539. 

v^-iro8cs (v6w), fveb-footed, lit. " swim- 
footed;" or better, with Curtius, off- 
spring, of. Lat. nepos, ^ 404t. 

v^p6€(v), adv., (tVijOog), bdow, H 212, 
A 535 ; with gen., under, yrjg, \ 302. 

NcoTfSpcos, adj. from Nf(Trw|0,e 192, 
113, B 54. 

NcoTopiSris* son of Nestor, (1) An- 
tilochos, O 589. — (2) i'eisistratos, ^71, 
o 6, 44, 202 ; pi. Antilochos and Thra- 
symedes, 11 3 1 7. 

NcoTup, opog, son of Neleus and 
Chloris, king in Pylos, Ttprjvioc iir- 
rrora, B 330; o yip<uv, A 637; tr i se- 
el isen ex, survivor of three genera- 
tions of men, A 247 sqq. ; Xiyi;^ UvXitov 
dyopriTng, A 248, A 293; his youth- 
ful exploits, A 319. A 669 sqq., A 262 
sqq.,>R-630 sqq. ; after the Trojan war, 
again in Pylos, y 17, of. 412 sqq. 

vcvfiai = veofiau 

vcupif , fji', ri(ln{v), y, riv, fem., {(TVBvprj, 
S c h n u r), bow-string, A 118,0 300. 

vcvpov, o, ntr., (vipPov, nervus), 
sinew, tendon, of body, IT 316; boiv- 
striug, A 1 22 ; cord, with which the 
arrow-head was bound to the shaft, 
A 151. 

vcv<rri£t(i»v, part, prs., (vtv<jj), nodding, 
T 162; Kt<pa\y, letting the head droop; 
cippvfft, giving a sign by nodding with 
the evebrows, inn u ens, /t 194. 

vcvoicv, ovra, uvTutv, ipf. tvevs and 
7'(vov, aor. veva(^ev), from vevto, nuo, 
nod; capite, ir 283, I 223, N 133; 
annuit, prom i sit, assent or promise 
by a nod, 9 246; but KstpaXag, demit- 
tcre, let their heads hang down; often 
also of helmet, of plume, nod, V 337, 
X 124. 

vc<|>^T), y, Tjv, at, atov, yai^v), ac, 
fem., (Kpiip.f nebula), nubes, doud; 

dx^oc, grief's dark doud cnshroudefl 
him, P 591. 

vc4>cX-i)7cp^a, nom., (ayeipui), Ztv^, 
Zeus, the cloud-compeller, cloud-gatherer^ 
A 511, a 63. 

vi^o^i a, €o, iiov, (£)€(TO'i(i'), ntr., 
(/ci/£0rt<;, dvotptpog, nebula), uubes, 
cloud, A 275 ; Ovutv, fragrant, O 153; 
dx^i^og, dark mist; Oavdrou fikXav v., 
death's gloomy cloud, IT 350, 5 180; 
the gods have at control red, blue, 
black, and golden clouds. Thick chud, 
company, * 133, P 755. 

I. v^cdv, ipf. tvviov, (javiFio), nare, 
swim, 4> 1 1 , £ 344. 

II. v'nti, aor. mid. vi{<ravTO, (nere), 
have spun to him with the thread, 
1/ 198t. 

VT|-, negative prefix, as in Lat. neu- 
ter, nemo, noenuui (nenum), nul- 

vTJa, vriddf, see vrjvg. 

VT|-7^TCov, if}, {vfov, yiyaa), nevh- 
made, B 43 and S 185. 

Ki^YpcToSf ov, (i^, syflpu)), without 
waking, tvdiiv ; vvvog, deep, v 80. 

vT|8vCoicri, Tciic, ntr., (yi)dvg), inteti- 
ti n i s. bowels, P 524f . 

vi{-8v}ios, ov, VTTvag. fast, deep sleep, 
B 2, V 79; derivation doubtful. pt>8- 
sibly from Svij, " pain," i. e. painless, 
refreshing without pain j yet see Curtius. 

vi^SdoS) vrjSvv, fem., belly, stomach, 
N 290, 1 296 ; womb, Q 496. 

VTJcs, vr}i(T(n, see vrivg. 

vri'ni), ipf. vi^ci, vi](ov, aor. vrjritTov, 
rjaai, ijTag, (viw), heap or pile up, 4f 
139; upon wagon or car. ctt' niriivijg; 
jUl with cargo, I 358, and mid. vrjijfrd' 
aOio, aaaOai vija, fill one's ship with 

Nt)ids, aSeg, Kovpai, Aiog, v 104, 356, 
Naiads ; also sing. Nt)Cs> Y 384, Z 22. 

Nijiov, spur of Mount Neriton in 
Ithaka, a 186t. 

yijiov (vrivg\ with and without hopti, 
shipUimber, F 62, i 384. 

VT|Cs9 see ^riidg. 

v^ts, y^rt, {vTj'IdfAevai), ignarus, tm- 
practiced in, dk9\iov, 9 179 ; ab&ol., 
inexperienced, H 198. 

VT|-Kcp8^a, deg, (xipdog), useless, P 
469, ^ 509. 

vT|KovaTT|0'c, aor. from vrjKovfrTfut, 
(vr]-dKov(TT()g), ovS' — Otdg, nor did he 
disob y the goddess, Y 14. 




vriXiTjgj sync. vt|Xi)S) vrjXei^ ta ; *tc, 
{vrf-t\(og), piiilest^ ruthless, often rdeni- 
lest, fig. of Ovfjiog^ f)Top, dta/ap, yaXic*/}, 
fjfiap, d&y of death, uTrvy, irresUtibley 

Nt|XcCSY)s, Nestor, ^ 652 = NiyXr/ia- 

VT)XciTt.8cs, fern, from vrj-aXsirrig, 
gulUlesSy innocent, tt 317; v. L vri- 

Nt)Xcvs9 fjoQ, son of Poseidon and of 
Tyro, husband of Chloris, X 254, 281 ; 
father of Pero, o 233, and of Nestor ; 
driven by his brother Pelias from lolkos 
in Thessalv, he wanders to Messenia 
and founds Pylos, y 4; in war with He- 
rakles, all his twelve children were 
slain except Nestor, A 692 ; who is 
called NT)XT)id8T)s, 100, 378, A 618 ; 
NT|Xi(itos, Neleian, ^P 514, A 597, B 20. 

VT|Xii]S9 see word before 'SrjXudrjg, 

VT|XiTcis» see vriXtiTiSig. 

viffxa^ m^fxaros, ra, ntr., (IT. veui), 
that which is spun^ yam, (i 98. (Od.) 

VT||tcpTi]S, £(rt), kg, adv. kiog, {afiap- 
rdvio), unerring, infallible, verax; 
voog, c a n d i d u s ; ntr. with ilirnv, etc., 
verum (a) dicere, speak the truth, 
y 101. 

NtiftcpTifS) >), a Nereid, 2 46 f. 

VT|vc|tit), rfg, fern, from vi{vc|&os, © 
556, (vr}-dvifiog), trindless, breezeless; 
also as subst. , culm, E 523, t 392. 

VT|^, ^, nv, ovc, masc, (ra/w), dwell- 
ing of a god, temple, A 39, ^ 10 ; for an 
idea of the interior of the cella, cf. cut 
tinder (Sujfiog, with statue of Aphro- 
dite and altar. 

VT|^, gen. from vrjvg. 

VT|-ircv9^S {irBvOog), soothing sorrow, 
epith. of Egyptian magic drug which 
lulled sorrow for a day (Opium?), d 

vi)Wiaas, see vqitdy. 

vt|irUlx<vuv ( vrjiriaxog ), playing 
childishly, X 502t. 

vv|ir(axov, oi, oig, (vfjinog^, childish, 
B 338. 

VT|iri^, €y(rt(v), aag, (rtjiriog), in- 
fani'y. I 491 ; childish follies, a 297. 

mlj^ios, ov, f, 01 ; »/ ; a, (vri-irv, 
im-pu-bes, puer?), young ; offspring, 
P 134 ; common phrase, v. rficva, also 
of animals ; foolish, blind, B 873 ; with 
avTiog. so young! Z 400 ; infuntilcfeeble, 
fiiri, (comm. deri v. vrj-tirog, cf. i n - f a n t^) . 


Kii-iroivot (ttoiv?/), i n u 1 1 i. unavenged, 
a 380, j3 145; vrjTroivov, i m p u n e, with 
impunity, a 160. 

VT|-ir^Ttov, t^t), lot, ioimv, ddldren, 
Y 244; foolish, r 211. 

Nt)pT|£8€s, Nereids, 2 38, 49, 52, the 
daughters of Nereus, the old man of 
the sea, who is never mentioned in 
Homer by name, but only as uKiog 
yeptov, A 538. 

Ni]pkKov, orig. a promontory on the 
coast of Akarnania ; later, by cutting 
through an isthmus, the island of Leu- 
kas ; subjugated by Laertes, to 377t. 

NijpXrov, mountain in northern part 
of Ithaka, v 351, B 632, t 22. 

Ni^plros, an Ithakan, p 207t. 

vijpiTog, see €iKomv-i]pir. 

Nir)<raCt), a Nereid, 2 40+. 

vrjaos, ov, y, ov, 01, it)v, ot<rt(v), 
ovg, fem., (vsw, nare), island, a 85, B 

n^ortcs, tore* Cvti-tSto^, not eating, 
fasting, a 370. (Od.) 

VTiT^Sj adj., (veuj, vr]kijj), piled up, (3 

VT|vs, VT|dS) i (dat. of accompaniment, 
X 161), a, Eg, wv, ttrm, and vTivai, ag, and 
vriadi ; also ri^v via, pi. vktg, dv, tamv, 
and vavipiv, vkag (rtw, nare), navis, 
ship; its parts, as named in Homer 
(see cut under tHatpog), are as follows : 
of the hull, rpoirig, Trptppri, vrpvfAvtj, 
STrrjyKividfffm, 'jrridaXiov, oirfia, itTTog, 
ifTTOTTsSri, iaroSoKt], 'Cvya, KKrfilig^ 
Kii)7rr], iptTfid, rpoTrog; of the rigging, 
laria, •rrtidf.iara, irodig, tTrt- and irporo- 
vog, Trpvfivrjma; see these words sepa- 
rately. When the word stands alone, 
ship of war is commonly implied ; v. 
^opTidog, ship of burden, i 250, i 323 ; 
pi. vrjfg, freq. signifies in Iliad camp, 
including vrjig and Kkimai, B 688. 
(See also plate IV., at end of volume.) 

VTix^P'Cvai, inf. prs., ipf. vrjx^., ov, and 

VT|XOp>CVOS» 01, OltTl, fut. V7f^op(ot'), 

((Ti/T/'xui), natare, swim, s 375. (Od.) 
vC^civ, imp. v(Z(f)» ipf- >"Z«» ov, and 
mid. vi'^ero, fut. vi\^w, fi, aor. in^^iv), 
imp. rt'i^ov, mid. aor. vi\l/aro, aaOoi, 
afitvog, oi,{inyjio, v(/3). lavare, wash, 
Tivd TToSag, the hands and feet for some 
one, ri diro nvog. abluere, wash off; 
mid. was/i one's self; \e7pag,wash one's 
hands ; with dat. of place (locative), 
n 229 ; dXog^ with watex ilxvsvsv ^^ 




fsea : XP^^ iiKiiriv, washed off from his 
body the salt sea-spray, Z, 224 ; pass. 
vkviTcrai alfiu, the blood is washed 

viK^, ^, etc., prs., ipf. (J))^i'Krt, (*)»'*- 
KiiiVy iter. viKCKTKOfitv J i'ut. viKtiati, ovai; 
E/ici/,aor. iviKriaa^ aCfC^and viKr]<ja^ etc., 
pass. aor. vncrjOeit:, Qivrij (^viKtO^ vin- 
cere, conquer^ vixih dat. of manner; 
suiprtss. excel, with dat. of means ; van- 
qnish^ be supeiior to, nva rivi, e. g. 
nyopy^ KaXXii, /iaxy> 7ro^«ff<Tt, irv'^ ; 
phrases : ^ 604, youth got the better of 
judgment; X 545, gain a victory; a 
319, shall not outwatch me. 

viKti, only in sing., victory, in battle 
and before the tribunal, X 544 ; viKi}(; 
ireipaTa, H 102, cords of victory. 

Nldpt), daughter of Tantalos, wife 
of Amphion, king of Thebes. She ex- 
ultingly compared her twelve children 
with the two (Apollo and Artemis) 
of Leto, and was punished by the death 
of all her children : the six sons by 
the arrows of Apollo ; the daughters 
by the arrows of Artemis, while she 
herself, in grief at their death, was 
changed to stone. The legend arose 
from a natural rock-figure in Mount 
Sipylos, which resembles a woman in 
sitting posture, Q 602, 606. 

vtTTrw, see vi^u), 

Nipcvs, rjot:, son of Charopos and 
Aglaia of Syme, the most beautiful 
of the Greeks next to Achilleus, B 671 

Nto-o, village on Mount Helikon in 
Boiotia, B 508t. 

Nurost son of Aretos, father of Am- 
phinomos of Dulichion, 7r 395, c 127, 

v(<ro)&ai, viaatrai, o/neOo, of^tivoi', ipf. 
vt(ToovTO, (vsnjoiiai), ire, ^, TroXtfiov 
Se, into the combat; abire, M 119; 
red ire, oiKadf. 

Nf<rvpos» small island, one of the 
Sporades, B 676t. 

vt<^ds, dSiQi ddetrai, fem., ( avKp.t 
nives, snow), snow, O 1/0 ; flakes, 
Xiovoi:, M 278. (11.) 

vX<^CT<S«, or, {vK^aQ^ snowstorm, 
snows, nives, K 7 and 8 566. 

vX<^dcvTOS, n, ra, (vKpag), nivosi, 
snow-clad, snow-capped, N 754, r 338, 
Kreta, Olympos, Tmolos, Thrakian 

vl^}Acv, inf., (vi0ac), ningere, 
snow, M 280f . (v. L veitpefitv.) 

viti|f*, vixj/afiivog, etc., see vi^ai. 

vo^a>, eig, imp. voeu, part, vosovn, 
ovay, ipf. v6u, fut. voiiato, (ir, ti, aor. 
ivorjaa, aaq, <7(ev), and votiaa, fv, subj, 
(jy, imp. voriaov, inf. votjoai, part, aaf, 
mid. aor. vo-^aaro, (yL-yvto-oKu) ?}, (1) 
s e n t i r e, perceive, observe, become aware 
of, X 136, 453, r 396, v 5 ; freq. with 
part., V 367 and B 391, T 21, 30, A 
200, X 463, S 653 ; o^v v., shiirp'y or 
quickly see, discern, T 374 ; {iv) dtpbaX- 
liolg (12 294), O 422; coupled with 
tivixt^ and ol8a, n 228 ; tppiaiv, a 322 ; 
see toith mind, discern, A 343 ; iiri(f>pd'- 
(jaro, e 94; d9puvy r 478.— (2) think, 
K 247 ; aWa, of something else, 4r 
140, 193, /3 393 ; Tmrvvfisva trdvra, 
think always prudent thoughts, <r 230 ; 
ivaiaipov, ti 299. — (3) imagine, devise, 
p 576 ; fivOov, H 358 ; vuov, I 104 ; 
Tiyvqcfonai ri^k v., ^ 415. — (4) ponder, 
reflect {iv and perd, y 26, Y 310), (ppeoi, 
O 81 ; /ifrd 0p. xai Kara 9vp6v,y 264; 
with oTTTTwc, 1 70, K 224 ; vokiuv^ v 
136, p 193, prudent, discr&et, A 677, 
^ 305. — (5) be minded, intend, ^peai, 
with inf., X 235, Q 560 ; n, A 543.— 
(6) think of, remember to, with inf., E 
665, cf. I 442 ; ov r., with inf. (mid. only 
K 501), I 537, X 62, with subst. clause, 
T 264, X 445, nor did she think. 

v^Tijia, arog, rt, rn, <ti, (voiui), thai 
which is thought, thought, fi 363 ; idea, 
H 456; abstract, ly 36; plan, P 409; 
wish, K 104, 2 328 ; schemes, ft 121 ; 
ncLson, V 346, T 218 ; disposition, charaO" 
fer, I 183, Q 40, ly 292, a 216 ; sense, 
heart, v 82. 

voij|iovcs {vofiv), discreet, /3 282, 
j/209. (Od.) 

Noij)&o)v, ovog, (1) a Lykian, slain 
by Odysseus, E 678.— (2) son of Phro- 
nios in Ithaka, 8 630, ft 386.— <3) a 
Pylian,^ 612. 

vddos, ov, rjv, illegitimate son, or, N 
1 73, daughter, 

vov'cvs, rjec, rjag, masc., (vl/icu), pas- 
tor, shepherd, O 632; dvSptg, P 66. 

voficvuv, part., ipf Ivopeve, (vopevg), 
jt&8 cere, pasture, i 217, 336, (Od.) 

No^CcDv, father of Nastes and Am- 
I phimachos of Karia, B 87 If. 

vo|i<Ss> ov, if, ov, (vipopai), pas en a, 
pasture, E 587 ; iirktoy, tig. wide is the 




field of words, on this side, and on that, 
i. e. varied is their range of meaning, 
Y 249 ; vXrig, woodland pasture. 

v6o9» 010, ov, y, ov, (yiyvuKTKit>)f (1) 
consciousness^ k 240, 494 ; potoer of 
thought, understanding, prudence, fierd 
<l>ptm, 2) 419 ; kv (TTriOtm, v 366; voy, 
cunninglg, A 132 ; icisely, t 320 ; O 643, 
Trkirtrvaai ; voy, Q 377 ; with (3ov\rj, 
/I 211, ff 374, S 267. — (2) thought, 
thoughts, O 80, r 479. — (3) desire or 
mm; here follow a variety of shades 
of meaning, all covered by the single 
English word mind, e. g. opvvrai, a 
347 ; Hivoivq,, /3 92, X 382, /3 124 ; with 
BvfioQ, thought and wish, A 309 ; dis- 
position, a 136, U a5, y 147, K 121, 
1/ 229, a 3 ; thought, I 104 ; design, 
counsel, Aiot, O 242, Q 103, P 176, 
^ 490, O 699, 52, S 493, € 23 ; »«ter»or 
of one's soul, heart, ksvOb votft, A 363, 
u> 474; laxave, r 42. Cf. T 63, 9 78; 
^tf^A< (intention, plan), ^ 149, 8 256, 
X 215? vooc Kui firjrig, reason and re- 
flection, K 226, ^ 590, r 326. 

voffof, see vou^of. 

voorkti), only fut. vooTijaw, inf. oi/jiev 
and accv, and aor. voarr}<rg, etc., (vo- 
irroff), r ed ire, re^m, in various signif , 
but esp. 0iXijr kq Trarpida yaXav, oTkolSs, 
ovdt Sufiovde, U — , out of dangers, 
TpoiriQ, nvpog, K 247 ; iroXifioio ; kh(ts 
/AS vofTTTjaavTa, while I tarried iJiere 
on my return homa 

v6arX[Los {voarog), rediturus, 
destined to return, v 333, S 806 ; voari- 
fiov ri^ap, day of one's return. 

y6firT0S> oiOy ov, ^, or, masc, (vBOfiai), 
reditus, return home; 'Axaiidog, to 
Achaia; v 379, his delayed return; e 
344, v6<rrov, return, namely to the land 
of the Phaiakians. 

v6or^(iv), (1) seorsum, apart, 
away; dvo, from. — (2) aloof from, 
except, with gen. = sine, QtCjv, 'Axai- 
&v , B 346, form their plans erf vari- 
ance with those of the Achaians. 

voox|>iCcai, oifitOa, prs., aor. vootpi- 
naTO, {a)aafdvri, r\v, aor. pass, vooipi- 
oOhi:, {vwt<^), discedere, depart from, 
Tivog; rivd (Od.), derelinquere, 
abandon; neglegere,(lisre^ar(^, Q 222. 

vortTjcii rale, {v6tioq\ imbribus, 
rains, showers^ 307 f. 

v6mo^y tf», {v6Tog% humidus, ntr., 
harbor water, roadstead, d 785. 

N^To«, oto, ov, (Ger. n e t z e n, n a s s), 
souUi wind, bringing rain, B 145, y 295 ; 
dpyiffrdo, A 306, * 334. 

vovg, see voog. 

vovcros, y, ov, fem., morbus, pe- 
s t i 1 e n t i a, sickness, disease, A 10. 

vv(v), enclitic, now; vv inp, of course, 
just now; V \64, doubtless, methinks; 
ov vv, surely not; ri w, quid tan- 
dem, why ^ray/ 

wKTcpCs, i8ig, fem., (yv^, vesper- 
tilio, bat, n 433 and a> 6. 

vv|t+Ti, rig, y, rjv, d, at, awv, yg, ag, 
(nubo), bride, 2 492; also of married 
woman still comparatively young, r 

Nvfi.^, goddess of subordinate rank, 
Nymph, e. g. Kalypso, e 153; Kirke, 
K 543 ; Naiads, v 107 ; mountain- 
nymphs, Z 420, t 123; offerings made 
to them,|0 211,/i 318; Phaethusa and 
Lampetie, /* 132 ; Kovpai Atog, ^ 105. 

w\t^ioVf iov, masc, (vvfupri), newly 
married, rj 65 and 'M' 223. 

vvv (nunc), now, of present time, 
more or less protracted; vvv Sri, 
nunc iam, nunc tandem, now ai 
this moment, just now, B 435 ; vvv av, 
but now, V 149 ; V. avre, now on the 
contrary, now once more, A 237, B 
117; used with preterit tenses, where 
an unexpected result discloses a truth 
at variance with one's previous sup- 
position, vvv dc, nunc autem, but 
now, A 417. 

vv{, wKTog, Ti, r{a) and vvyff, vijKr 
Tig, wVf ag = nox, night, ace. with 
<l>v\d(T(Tiiv, lavHv, watch, sleep the live^ 
long night ; vvKvag re Kai iifiap, n o c t u 
diuque; Sid vvtcra, of space and 
time, B 57 ; dvd vvkto, WKTog, trri 
wkW, noctu , by night, o 34 ; also fig. 
the night of death, E 310. As goddess, 
Night, 'SS, 259. 

vv6v, oi, ovg, fem., (avvaov, nu- 
rum, Schnur),,nurus, sister-in-law, 

Nv<n{iOV, TO, region about Nysa^ 
where Dionysos grew up, Z I33f. 

vvo-cro, rig, y, fem., meta, turning 
post, or pillar, round which the chariots 
turned, and returned to the starting- 
point, ^ 332 ; elsewh. starting-point or 

vvavaVf ovreg, pass. ofiBV(*)v, aon 
vvKd^v), ac, pricfc, piercfc^'tv 1^^% ^k^ 



with weapons, M 395; rivd n, Y 487, 
A 563. 

v&y see van. 

vu9i)s {vri' o0i<r9ai?)j iners, lazy, 
A 559t. 

v»i, nom., (^van(v) gen. dat., vojiy vw 
ace. du., (nos), we (two); n 99, j/wiv, 

va>fTCpov» lyv, of ua boihj O 39 and 
fi 185. 

vttXcfiis (derivation doubtful), with- 
out pause, 3? 58 ; freq. with ai€t at the 
close of verse, x 228 ; adv. vakt^ioq, 
unceasingly ; firmly , A 428. 

vitifAtlu), vcap^, ^, (i5s/, prs., ipf. IvtJ- 
fiwv, ac, a, vwfiOj aor. vtjfirjcrev, aav, 
iratf {vkfi(t))y distribuere, dispen- 

sare, deal out, distribute^ food and 
drink, A 471 ; ply, irodag Kal yovvara; 
hue illuc versare, handle^ wield 
(weapons); hold, control, iroda, the 
sheet; oiriia, the rudder; esp. vdoVf v 
255, re/volve ; Ktpha, shrewd plans. 

vcSwi&oS) or, vtoi^'tfjtvovQ^ (I'tj-ovofjia), 
inglorius, nameless, a 222, M 70. 

vupoiri, ft, (nero, avrip), only of 
XoKkoq, manly, as man's defense, B 578, 
H 206, w 467 ; others, shining. 

vuTov, ov, i{i, a, oi(Ti(v), (nates) 
tergum, 6ac^, also pi., cf. terga; hack 
pieces, as best portions of meat at feast, 
H 321; ea\aa(Trjg,B 159. 

vayxcXCn, ry, (vr}-ioKvi:)y inertiac, 
tarditati. «/o^, T 411f. 

(aCvckv (^^<t>)) comb or card wool, 
X 423+. 

tav06s, V, 6v, ri, rfg, rfv, ag, a, (1) 
flavus, blond, fair; Kopri, fair coun- 
tenanced, 133; Konrjg, A 197; rpt- 
Xec> V 399 ; of mortals and of Deme- 
ter. — (2) sorrd, of horses, A 680. 

BavOos, (1) son of Phainops, a Tro- 
jan, E 152, slain by Diomedes. — (2) 
Sorrel, name of one of the horses of i 
Achilleus, n 149; of Hektor, 185. ' 
— (3) (a) river in Lykia. flowing from 
Mount Tauros into the Mediterranean, 
B 877 ; (b) another name for the Tro- 
jan Skamandros, ^ \b, S 434, Z 4. 
Personified as god of this stream, Y 
40, 74, * 146. 

(civ^iov, a, (^Hvog), gift given by 
host to his guest on kis departure, K 269 ; 
between host and guest, Z 218 ; hospi- 
t i u m, efnteriainment, S 408 ; ironically : 
hospitable return, c 370 ; recompense, x 
290 ; as adj. joined with Swpa, a> 273. 

tciv^^civ (kiivog), hospitio exci- 
pere, receive as guest, y 355; fut. 
^Hviaaofjiev, aor. (f)^etvi(ro'a, €, and 
^tivitrai, aag, entertain. 

(cCvios, ov, ov, and {^viov, hospi- 
tal is, ZdWB, protector of guests (stran- 
gers), N 625, i 271 ; Tpdtrila, hospitable 

table, ^ 158; as subst. (sc. 5wpov, a), 
gift bestowed upon the guest, ^eivtov^ la, 
^ivitov, V 296, K 404, o 514; TrapaOii- 
vai, dovvai. 

(civo-86ko9, ov, ({}, ov, 01, (diicofiai), 
hospitable, dvr)p, o 55 ; host, <t 64. 

(civos, 010, ov, tft, ov, o(, wv, oi<t{iv), 
ovg, strange, dv9p(oiroi, irdrip ; elsewh. 
as subst., hospes, stranger, guest, un- 
der the protection of Zivg ^eiviog; 
guest-friend, which relation existed 
from the time when ^Hvr\ia, as pig- 
nora, were exchanged ; hence heredi- 
tary, irarpmog, Z 215. 

|civo(rvvir)s, rijc, hospitality, <p 35. 

{cvCt], ry, hospitio, entertainment, 
ii) 286; fii^eaOai, hospitio mutuo 
usuros, enjoy each the hospitality of 
the other, <i> 314. 

K^viog, see ^tiviog. 

(cp6v, TO, dry land, e 402 f. 

^s<T(Tf, aor. from ^sut. 

IcoTov, 0(0, wv, olm, ov, (^c(i>), hewn, 
polished, of cut stone, alOovaai , polished, 
T 566. 

^eu), ipf. ^(cov, aor. ^B(T(re(v). smooth, 
hew, po'ish, ip 199, e 245. (Od.) 

^ripatvit), only aor. pass. iir\pMi\f 
was dried up, <t> 345. 

{C^os, iog, ti, £t, kioaif), ((vw), twordt 

tilXav a: 

i 530, X 97; a. two-edged sioord, united 
b; bands of dark meml (jiiKaiilirHv) 
to the hilc («uir|i. apyvfiB^Xif), worn in 
a Bheaih (jcuuXfiic) : sword and sheaCh 
were euapended by a strap (Tfia/iw)-) 
passing over the Bhonlder. {See adia- 
=ut) [i] 

it\ar,a.-V ?27, truncus, fnin£ 0/ 
a tree; pL ligna, tnood. 

tvX^oio, (I, ov, tkiciel, jungle, A 4 1 5. 

{v|i-, form used in compounds of 
06\\ai, iroft and (»i»-, ' 

handed, changinff. 

(«,».». .»., <£.»), M 
— atfi^i:. is poised upon 
a naS'T'i edge, hangs by 
a hair, in ipso diecri- 
mine. K HSf. 

{ucrrdv, (I, ofn, (Iliui), 
of a )!pear; vau/iaj^ov, 

Urn, ipf. (Bw, aor. 
feuiTE, (Stu). tCfajM, Y 
456; make tsiootk, X 


6^ protbeticam (=a copulat.), 
Me oToixas, orarpot, oi'in'nf. 

0, ^. ro, (Goth, sa, s6, ihala); pe- 
culiar (brms; Tolo.roiiv, roi, T«im, rni', 
rdiBf, jfrfi), I. demonstr.. (a) sim- 
ply pointing Ont, (1) subslan lively. A 
9, 12, 23, 43, 55, 57, 5S, O 539 ; toZiti 
furt^7, spoke among Utem; ik toi', 
exinde, since then, erei since; o li, 

emphatic, accompanying not cbanca 
of subj.. but fresh act of same sub- 
ject, nenrl_¥ = airc!c Bi.A 191; antici- 
palivety, it indeed (the spear) no one 
thoaght of. 10 draw out = no one 
thought of drawing it out. E G65. O 
599, P 406 ; repealed in simile, B 459. 
— (2)beroreBaappo8iiional8ubstn««i- 



present, before one, known, etc., A 20, 
these things, as ransom, v 215, A 33, 
o ykpii)v, he, the old man, A 637, All, 
p 10, A 207, 167 ; A 69, the handfuls 
(as every one knows) fall; denoting 
opposition, Zl 399, X 4, K 498, e 375 ; 
with second of two substantives, ^ 104, 
V 310; with the first of several apposi- 
tives, A 660 ; in arsis of first foot for 
emphasis, B 388, r 483, a 35 1 ; in clas- 
sification with {xkv — ^£, ^ 435, E 145, 
/i 73; in antithesis often only in sec- 
cond member, B 217, N 616.— (b) re- 
ferring back to what has already been 
mentioned, /a 201, A 33, y 306- o h, 
, after hypothetical relative sentence, X 
148 ; emphasizing the subject, A 491 ; 
with partitive division of numbers, E 
2 7 2. --(c) calling attention to some- 
thing which follows, before relative 
clause, K 322, ip 28, <j> 42 ; after sub- 
stantive, especially in arsis of first foot, 
A 41, E 320, 1 631, K 74.— II. individ- 
ualizing, fulfilling the proper function 
of the article, (a) rendering adj. sub- 
stantive, p 218, n 53, ^ 12, A 576, ^P 
702, 325, 663, * 262, G 430, ^ 572 ; 
here belong also, A 613, to irpiVy to 
Trapoi:, Td irptjjTa ; never, in this use, 
before inf , which is to be construed as 
appositive of to, e. g. harmful is this, 
to watch (cf. V 52, a 370) ; (b) pre- 
ceding the attribute, e. g. 6 KaXof; Trace, 
K 536, S; 376, A 42, X 515, S 503, O 
37, K 408, S 274; inversion of usual 
position of attribute, owing often to re- 
quirements of metre, e. g. 6 irali; /caXof , 
* 31 7, A 340, X 492 ; (c) preceding the 
appositive (but only once expressed), 
X 298, A 288, S? 213 ; with pron., ri 223, 
211 (rarely after demonstr., <t 1 14, r 
372, j3 351); with gen. of poss. pron. 
onlr 1 342 ; with Trac, v 262, lo 79, etc. ; 
6 avTOQ, rarely, rj 55, 326, cf. 9 107; (d) 
expressing possession or propriety, ovm, 
proper, A 142, X 492, 195, A 763, o 
218, X 339. 

8, -fj, t6, esp. freq. forms beginning 
with r, pr. relat., a 300, (3 262 ; oV toi, 
K 153; rat rf,/A63; on, quicunque, 
tohoever^ fi 40; tince he, A 412; o tiq, 
o 47, p 53 ; ry irep, in which very way, 
» 510; Tbjikv^A 234. 

Adpwv, a>p€(T<riv, fern., (p-trap-, cf. <Jp- 
liog, s e r m o), u X o r u m, i b u s, tcives, 
1327, E 486, - 

6ap£(cTov, ^£/i£va(, ipf. bapil^i, {oap^ 
s e r m o), chcU, tivI ; converse familiarly, 
Z 516, X 127 sq. 

6apiaTijS) b, (^dapi^u)), hosom friend, 
T 179t. 

dapurrvs, vv, fem., (^dapi^^tt))^ famU' 
iar converse, Trnptfiamg, fond discourse, 
beguiling the mind, etc., S 216; iron, 
intercourse, combat, TroXe/xou, 7rpofjiax<ov, 

6PcXoi<r(k), ovg, masc, veru, spit, A 
465. (See cuts under irefnrojfioXa.) 

6PpX)iJO-€py6^f 6v, {Fepyov), im ma- 
nia exsequens, worker of monstrous 
deeds, impious, B 403 and X 418. 

6Pplp,o-TraTpT|, ijg, daughter of the 
mighty father, E 747, y 135. 

Sppifios, ov (c), incorrectly written 
o)Li/3p. r 357, (fipidio), mighty, of Ares, 
112,N444; of heroes, e 473, T 408; 
of things, ponderous, heavy, P 357, A 
453, dx^o^:, I 233 ; Bvptov, t 241. 

6Y8odT<{», TTiv, y 306, T 246, and 
6780099 ov, octavus, eighth; hy%^ 
Kovra, octoginta, eighty, B 568. 

57€, T^yi, Toyi, (see yt), freq. with 
slight force which can not be given 
in translation, A 65, 93, 68, 97. — (1) as 
outward sign, indicating an antithesis, 
P 122; aifrap, A 226, M 40,^ 35.— 
(2) in second member of antithesis, 
(a) referring to what has gone before, 
M 239, ^ 789, A 190; in first member 
of antithesis, recapitulating, /8 132, y 
90, 5 821 ; a' oyi, A 226, P 130 ; special 
cases : N 8. 395, O 392, 479, 710; after 
apa, H 169, I 511, x 329, 379; after 
recapitulating pron. or adv., N 88, 94, 
538; wf, A136, M 171; idem, A 478, 
n 455 ; (b) pointing forward, ic 91 ; 
in simple anticipation, A 120, ^ 182, 
^ 119 ; in opposition to what has gone 
before, r 283, tt 470. 

6ykiov, to, (oyjcog), irnn-hasket, basket 
or chest for containing iron, 61 f. 

Syicoi, ovg, masc, (uncus), barbs of 
arrow, A 151. (II.) 

Syftov, ov, ovg, masc, (dyto), lira, 
furrow; S 552, 557, sioath made by 
mower or reaper. 

*OyX'n<"'^» town on Lake Kopais in 
Boiotia, with grove of Poseidon, B 506. 

*7XVT1» y> Vv, at, ag, fem., pirns, 
pear-tree; but also pirum, pear, rj 
120. (Od.) 

68aCa>v, ntr. pi. gen., (bSog), freight, 
cargo, 163 and 445. 




68a|, adv., (SaKvw), tcifh the (e^k, 
\d^taf)ai, 'iXov yalav^ ovdac, bite tlie 
ground, of slain in combat, X 17; iv 
X€tX€(Ti (pvvTo, bit their lips in wrath. 

88c, ijdi, Todi, dat. pi. rourSc and 
ToC<r8€0'(o')i9 pron. dem., hie, this, 
points out what lies before one, r 192, 
403; yet not yet named or known, 
r 166, 226 ; cf. ovrog, P 178, 200, 229, 
T 8.— -(1) referring to the speaker, tt 
205, a 76, T 140 ; and to what falls 
within his familiar horizon, e. g. house, 
a 232 ; city, rj 26 ; land, o 484 ; people, cf. 
French ceans, English, these here, 
/3 317, T' 372, o 388, 429; in widest, 
most general sense, x 154, Z 326, 6 
237, A 257, S 3, p 158, 197, B 324, 
u) 444. — (2) referring to that which is 
present in widest sense, v 116, 541, 
* 155, Q 765 (usually following its 
subst. ); yet ij6e uSog, roSt kukov^ fi 
216; that in which the speaker feels 
a lively interest, y 56, S 94, j3 280, A 
127, 134; emphatically of that which 
is absent, a 185 ; roSi {dtvpo), here, 
iKavu), p 444; explanatory, r<p^' sni 
0viM^.—(3) pointing out what is to fol- 
low, S 486, Kill; esp. ro^*, referring 
to : inf., O 509, a 376; indirect ques- 
tion, H 393 ; substantive clause intro- 
duced by that, v 333, x 350, A 41 ; hy- 
pothetical sentence, O 208; firi, tt 291 ; 
wg, p 242 ; relative clause, 9 564, (7 221, 
A 110, B 274; freq. where there is an 
asyndeton, /3 93, p 274, B 301, O 36; 
ydpfj3 162, n 238. — (4) special phrases : 
ijSi Si ixoi Kara Ovfibv apiart) <palveTo 
^ovXfj, I 318, 424, B 5, K 17; ev yap 
iyw Tode oUa, with asyndeton, o 211; 
aXX' dy€ fxoi roSe {iVf, with following 
question, a 169, K 384, a 206, Q 380. 

68€vciv, inf., {oSog), ire, ffo, liri vfjaQf 
A 569t. 

'OSios, (1) leader of the Halizones, 
slain by Agamemnon, B 856, E 39. — 
(2) herald of the Greeks, I 170. 

68-tTT|s, ai, dtoVf masc, (o^of, «7/ii), 
vcayfarer^ \ 127 ; also dvOputirogj wend- 
ing his way, U 263, v 123. 

68|ii{, ifv, fern., odor, smell, fra- 
grance, S 415, t 210. 

&8oC-^opov, masc, {Tnpav^wayfarer, 
(fellow) traveler, Q 37 5 f, hence 68oi- 
ir6piov, ntr., reward f-r the journey 
{/east\ o 506t. 

686s> 010, ov, if, 6v, ovg, fem., (I) way, 

jotirney, Lat. iter, A 151, as envoy; 
expeditio, y 288, C 235 ; also by sea, 
l3 273; Tipxi <5' odolo, she began the 
way, took the lead; Tpi)a(jtiv udoio, 
accomplish the way, leave it behind. — 
{2) path, road, via, ^ 389, cf. tt 138; 
i TTTrrfX aaiij, carriage - road ; X ao<l>6pov, 
highway ; irpo 66ov kykvovro, pro- 
gressed on their way. 

ddovg, 68<SvTi, «, reg, tov, ovm, uvrag, 
masc, dens, tooth, r 450; XtvKtp, r 

68i$VT|, y, at, awv, |^(rt, ag, (^I'ly?), 
dolor, pain, A 398, E 417; animi = 
sorrow, a 242, j3 79 ; O 25, 'H/uoicXiJog, 
grief for Herakles. 

68vvi{-4>aTov, a, (psviti), pain-assuag- 
ing, E 401. (II.) 

68upo|iai, tai, erat, to, and part., ipf. 
oSrptTo, ovTo, {odvvri ?), lam en tar i, 
grieve^ mourn, X 79, a 55, 9 577, oro- 
raxy re yot^ rf ; Tivog, for any one, ^ 
224,^40; rtW, conqueri apud, /a- 
Toent before, d 740 ; B 290, lamenting to 
each other, they desire to return home ; 
mourn for, deplore, commiserari, T 
345, ^ 100, V 379. 

*08v<riju>s» <r 353, adj. from *08vo-- 
(o')ev<j, {(T)arioc, <Te'o(,', otvg ; <T^t, oti ; 
(rafja, ntrta, ai], Odysseus, son of Laer- 
tes and Ktimene, king of Kephallenes, 
inhabiting Ithaka, Same, Zakynthos, 
Aigilops, Krokyleia, and a strip of 
opposite mainland, husband of Pe- 
nelope, father of Telemachos ; for HO' 
meric explication of his name, see r 
407 ; the shrewd, much-tried hero of 
the Odyssey, iroXyrpoTrog, TroXvfiriric, 
always able to evade danger by strata- 
gem, and esp. conspicuous for his self- 

odvaaofxai, aor. oiSiJo'ao, aT{o), aor. 
oSvaavro, part. (jad}itvog^ oio. pf. 6dw- 
SvffTai^ irasci, odisse, be angry with, 
hate, Tivi; pf. pass., f 423, mihi ira- 
tus sit. 

68«i»8€i, see o^u) ; 68u8v<rTai,, see 
6Sif(T(T0fjiai; hetrax, see vig. 

S^oSy tf», ov, OL, oitTiv, ovc, shoot, twig, 
Z 39, K 467, n 768; "Apijov, scion of 
Ares, epithet of daring heroes, B 540, 

ol^M, only plnpf 68«i>8ci, give out a 
smt'U, transl. was exhaled ; f r a g r a o a t, 
£ 60 and i 210. 

si(t) a; 

3 (31; also with pergonal aniecedent, 
y 31fl. 

59(0 (Be), ubi. Kfeir. B 572, 722! 
also fnrtber deiiiieil l>v fuller, [ii'.p 
osition, A 191, £533; — r(. iiiti-oditt- 
Wry to a general destriplinri. w/ieif 
also, n 50, p 3; —Tip, I 532, even 
where ; ™i — , only t 50. [offi, A 

SBaitiu, irai, ipt tlOrrfa). always with 
negation, n on reepicio. Aserf, A 181; 
Ttvos;, tiva/ik one's self aJioat, UEaallj 
with inf., with part, IB 403. 

tXaritn, ])«>■, ac, fern,, fm (men, 
r HI, S 59S, of women's ganiienls; 
a wei, or piece nffim /iii«i,i( 107. 

'OSpfioviui, 4a?, Trojan ally from 
Kat)«sos, N 363, 370, 374, 772. 

olymiii,aot. 4f<iandiuiC{,<iv,iii'£n<ni. 
pass, ipf. iiiymvro, aperire^ open, B«- 
pnc, jTuXoc ; but 7 392, olvav, broaiA 
the wine. 

olSa, ac, I, see EIA, IV. 

otUvn (cMi...), .««;(., (enrages), I 
S54, (■lion; pass. oWdvsrni (cpajii) );uA^ 
swells with wrath, I 646. 

ollsiii, ipf. iJ^Sh, AoJ all his bod; 
laolkn, xpoa, t 45St, 

OiJiTTofiic, OlSiini8&a, Oidipst, \ 
971, It 679, son of Laios anil I'ipi- 
kaste, fuher of Eteoldes, totyneilies, 
and Antigone. 

oISuaTi, rip, nlr., {ot!kui\ imil of the 
tea, bttioa, * 234 and * 330. 

oU-rtai, ttcc. pi., (oi'injc, d-finjc), 
ofeqtiai age, B 765+. 

A^upis, ou, oTd, dc, 0(91, ai, cnmp. 
■ uri^ov, P 446 ; sup. -viTarov, i 105 ; 
(uiKc), miser, umicfc^ A 417, 7 


ittvt> ^«i\ " 

ic), t ■ ■ 

I 270, 1 

mna, u 

m., (of, 

>nfl^, mittrg, Z 285, S 480, O 
ij 35. 
iiti<> imp., ipf. iiZiofiiv, aor. part 

nuM. t«fer, ripL ma, circa; rip^J 
Tii-i, propter; ica«ii,pcrpeli,S P9. 

aliJTov, a. ntr., (oiitiu,^'>ii|i(>v), HUer, 
■hen in wider sigiiif. ndder, 1 4B3 ; 
tuiially pi. because the Homeric shipa 
had two mdders, /i 218. (Cf. follow- 
ing cuts and No, 64,) 

oi^Knnn, dat pi., {olaui), ringi m &e 

goke through which the reins passed, Q 
a69t. (Cf.cuts No3,49A,10,S4/ 

aUSSt (old ace. form with Be), do- 
mum, honiewai-d, iome, hence freq.= 
lo oBt'i kouie, tent I with verbs of mo- 
tion, A 19, 170. B 154,236,r72,A103, 
H 79,1 418,^ 176, f 701, e 108,1} 326, 
1(484, X 132,1- 169,0 431. 

olKlic, oUifl. pL 

eflff, i»t 

«C, (ol- 





habit, d^i 

.7«r), habila 

nus, iB- 

Z 204; 

,pf. y« 

,. 200; 

8; pass. 


A 18,6. 

Uabbed, a 



oW(*), T 

d, (o<«c), domi 


atoJe, m,-,« 

», babit 

ans. dwelling, Z 

15, H 221- 



wX, M 168 

n 261, 


of Aides. Y 



244. fc 


father of An 


aKdeev ( 


m home 

A 63S; 

de sno (de 







oiKoOt (oiKoc), d o m i, at home, 9 513. 
&, 398 ; of like sigiiif. oticoi (locative 
from o1ko^\A 113,0 324. 

oXxiivSc (oZicoc)) doraum, home; 
dynrOaif the bride, Z 159 ; to toomen's 
apartment^ a 360, 354 ; homeward^ B 

oticos> oiOj oVf ^, or, Of, lov, ovcj 
masc, {FoXkoq, vie us), hotiae, dom us 
and domicilium, O 498 ; roof^cibode^ 
I 478, at 208; tent, Q 471 ; room, v 
105 ; hall, r 598 ; household, /3 45, f? 
68,0 375; res familiaris, «u&«tonce, 
/3 48,p455,r 161,j3 238. 

olicTcCpcav, aor. djKretpi, (oIktos), m i- 
sereri,|»/;y, -^ 548, Q 516. 

ofKnoTog, see oUrpoQ. 

oXktos, masc., (oi)» «Ae (rivaj,*)* i"i~ 
Bericordia tetigit (eos),p<y, /3 81, 

olicTpds, comp. -6rfp(a), sup. -orart/v 
and oiKTioTif., ov,(oIktoq), miserabi- 
V\s, pitiable, A 242, X 381, 421, X 76, 
ft 258 ; oiKTp{d) dXofpvpeaOai, m isera- 
biliter lamentari, k 409; oiKTiara 
Qcivoitv, miserrime morerentur, 
X472. ^ ^ . , 

oIk-om^XCt) (olkoq, 60aXXa>), bettering 
one's estate, thrift, ^ 223f . 

*OiXcvs» rjoi;, (1) king in Lokris, 
father of the lesser Aias and of Me- 
don, N 697, O 333. B 727. see Aias.— 
(2) charioteer of Bienor, slain by Aga- 
memnon, A 93. Hence 'OiXidSriSf Aias, 
M 365, N 712, S 446, H 330, ^ 759. 

otf&a, /L(ar(a), ntr., (oiaw), impetus, 
spring, swoop, II 752, $ 252. 

01 flaw, aor. ot|tir)0'c(v), irruit, dart 
upon, X 308, it) 538 ; ^trd TrEXitav, i n 
columbam, swoop after a dove, X 

ol}Jit|«, gen., pi. OQ, (slfii), song, lag, 
9 481, X 347; 6 74, cuius cantici 

otf&oi, pL masc, (ti/ii), stripes, bands, 
A 24t. 

olftoiYi], rjs, y, fem., (oifitj^to), la- 
mentatio, cry o/*^r*e/;x 409; didrie, 
resounds, v 353. 

oiiAw^io, aor. $(t<otc, opt. olfiut^fie, 
part. oifAtJ^ag, {otfiioi, vae mihi), la- 
men tar i, aloud, virith loud voice 
(jitya), toail, lament; apepdaXsov, bit- 
terly; kXaiva, pitiably, M 162, K 522, 
X 33, ^J' 12, I 506. 
. 01vcCSy)s» son of Oineus, Tydeus, 

E 813, K 497; Olvcvs, rfoq, son of 
Portheus, king of Kalydon in Aitolia, 
husband of Althaia, father of Tydeus 
and of Meleagros, guest friend of Bel- 
lerophontes ; Artemis, in anger, sends 
upon his teiTitory the Kalydonian 
boar, B 641, Z 216, 1 535, S 117. 

olvi(c(r6c, imp. prs., ipf. oivi^ovro, 
(olvoi;), supply one's self v}ith wine, O 
506, H 472, e 546. 

olvo-PapcCuv, part., (fiapvc;), heavy or 
drunk uith wine, i 374, k 555, 304. 

olvo-Pap^Sf voc, (papvg), = fore- 
going, A 225t. 

Olviipaos, (I) an Aitolian, slain by 
Hektor, E 706.— (2) a Trojan, M 140, 
N 506. 

olvo-^^8oio (Tre (^of), adj., with soil 
ft to produce wine, wine -producing ; 
dXojfjg, wine-yielding soil, earth, a 193 ; 
subst., vineyard, 1 579. 

OlvoiriSriSi son of Oinops, Helenos, 
E 707 f. 

olvo-^Xt)Ot}s (ttX^^oc), abounding in 
wine, 406t. 

olvo-irord^ci, ^tjv, (tpotov), quaff 
wine, Z, 309, T 84. 

olvo-irorfjpas, tovq, {ttotov), wine- 
drinkers, 456t. 

oIvoS) oto, ov, ffi, ov. {PoivoQ, vi- 
num), v}ine, always mixed with water 
before drinking (see Kprjrnp, dp<pi<po- 
pevi^f doKog, iriOoQ, Trpoxoov, vkpiiv), 
a'lQoira, sparkling, A 462 ; see ipvOpov, 
ptXirjSea, peXitppova, ijdvv, i^SviroroiOf 
tvrjvopa ; yipovaiov, reserved in honor 
of the elders ; places famed for quality 
of wine: Epidauros, Phrygia. Peda- 
sos, Arne, Histiaia, Lemnos, Thrake, 
Pramne, land of the Kikones. 

olvo'xo'nt), ipf. olvo-x<^ci (see A 598, 
o 141), itpvoxotii part, olvoxotvvrfg ? 
y 472 ; aor. -xorjcrai (-xo^)» ^^d olvo- 
Xocvci, itv, ijjv, (xotvi;), pour out wine, 
Tim (in 142, sc. oivoxooc) ; nectar, 
A 3. 

olvox<Sos, 010, ov, masc, (x^<^)> wirte- 
pourer, cup-bearer, B 128, t 10. 

oJvoxp, oivoiroSi t, a, i,(oIvoQ?), glcuic- 
ing, gleaming, epithet of the sea and of 
cattle, dark red, ( 132. 

Otvo«|f, an* Ithakan, father of Leio- 
des, 144f. 

oivou), only aor. pass. part. olvuO^- 
Tcs> vino ebrii, drunken with t^'ne, 
ir 292 and r 11, 




^i|a<ra, sec oiyrvfii. 
olo = otf, gen. from or, suns. 
olo6cv (oiof) oiog, all alone J H 39. (II.) 
oiojiai, see di(o. 

olo-ir<i\<p, ottiv, (TTsXo/uat), deser- 
♦/us, /<»»e/y, N 473, \ 574. 

0l0S> OVy (ft, OV, W, Ot, Ol<T((v), oi/c, »?, 

lyg, j;i/, at, yQy solus, alone; ovk oit}. 
iifAa ryyf, etc., F 143; with tig-, /l«'o, 
^t/(o); with vo<T0i, avcudi t(i/oc;, t'v, 
/L((ra Ti(Ti ; icat oZoc* etiam, even alone^ \ 
unassisted, Q Ab& '^ unicus exiinius, 
alone of its kind, best, Q 499 ; with diro, 
isolated, (192; oloVf sc. /it, met me in 
angle combat, I 355. 

otos, oiT|, otov, rel. pron. like og, 
orig. demonstrative like talis, B 320, 
that such a thing had happened ; ap- 
parently often -- on Toiog, because 
such, S 611, c 183, 303, 4 392, tt 93, 
Z 166 ; cf. p 160 and w 612 ; then rel. 
quails, a«; olop ore, as when, v 388; 
oZoc, with inf., ^ 491; olug Ti,T 160, 
such as to, able to, capable of; olov, ola 
(rt), as (often), i 128 ; olov Srj, causal, 
since now, <t 221 ; exclam., how, a 32 ; 
IbjoQ, N 275, 2 105, j; 312, v 89.] 

oiog and otog, see otg. 

olo-xiT«v(a), TOP, with tunic on^y, 
Hghtly clad, ^ 489t. 

o(da>, aor. pass. oUSOri, have alone, 
abandon, derelicta est (a diis), Z 
1 ; desertus est a suis, A 401. 

Si9> oiog and olog, oiv, pi. oug {oing 
c 425, o(((Ti), biiav, oUom and oecm, oig, 
ovis, she^, masc. and fem., with dp- 
vtiog, dp<Tr}i> or 9rj\tia. 

iuraro, see oiw. otcrcrc, (ji}iiv{ai), 
866 ilikpto. ottrOa, see EIA, IV. 

6ur6c(9) see 6i(i>. 

^iOTCvovTa, aor. imp. diffrevtrov, 
part. (Tof, (6t<Troc:)» shoot arrows, n'^y, 
/i 84 ; Tivog, at any one. The follow- 
ing cuts, from Assyrian reliefs, give a 
good idea of the way in which the 
arrow was held in the fingers and 
placed upon the bow; see also cut 
under irio/ia. 


6urT6s> ou, ify 6v, oif div, ovg, (o/<rrof , 
0epw, qui fertur), sagitta, arrow, 
of wood or reed, with barbed metal 
point, the lower end feathered and 
notched (yXv^t^eg), or with projec- 
tions, enabling the fingers to clasp 
firmly the arrow to draw it back ; 
poisoned arrows are mentioned only 
a 261, A 213; irtKpog, pointed, ^ 867. 

otoT^os, 6, gadfly, x 300t. 

oUrvivT)o-i {oiava, vitex), pinstrotf 
willow (withes), € 256f . 

otrov, Tov, {o't(T<t), fors ?), fortuna, 
fate, always in bad sense, I 663; 
usually joined with kokov, miser 4 
fortuna perire, perish by a wretch- 
ed fate, r 417, e 34, a 350. 

Otri^Xos, town on coast of Lakonike, 
B 585t. 

OlxoX^TI) town on river Peneios, 
home of Eurytos. B 730; OlxaXCT|0cv, 
from Oichalia, B 596 ; 01x<^lcvs, Eu- 
rytos, B 596, B 224. 

oi'xve'w, 3 pi. olxvcvo-iv, ipf. iter. 
o't\vtaKov, e, (oi^oA'aOj Dicafe, go, 
come, E 790, y 322. 

otxcrai, etc., prs., tfx^ro, etc. ipf, 
(properly perf. with present signif. 
from PiK-, Ger. weiche), {l)slip away, 
escape, N 672, E 472, X 213, t 47. a 
242; part. also=absen8, a 281; be- 
g'ue, be away, also profectus sum, 
set ovi for, A 366; c. term, in quo, 
6 821 ; c. term, in quem, ig, tTri, 
fitrd, Kara, (iravrri), wapa, irpog, with 
ace, KtXai, livXovdi', abire, depart, k 
671, E 511; farrx, fly, speed, haste, 
run, A 53 ; /card yalrjg, x^oi/of, under 
the earth, fitrd Sovpdg ipwifv; oSCv, 
profectus, since thou hcut set out (on 
thy long and weary journey), 8 393. 

ifco (>-' w I — E 894), olu), mid. diofiqi, 
(at, rot, etc., opt. oioiro, ipf. mtro, aor. 
oiaaro, pass. utiaOriv, Brj, Uadiig (dfiw, 
opinor ?), suspicor, «a4pep'. W, raSf, 
yoov (Gvfjiog) ; often parenthetical, like 
Lat. opinor, tt 309; t hink^^ twtoy i 
mean, A 170, 296. Construed with, ^1) 

ace. and inf., A 59, 170, 204, 289, 427, 
558, O 727, y 27, % 315, A 78, T 334, 
a 173, X ^10) sul^ect to be sapplied 
tram coQlext, a 201, 323,; 173,0 173, 
278, V 372, M 66, 217, 292, V 195, 
K 193. — (2) with inf. where subj. re- 
mains dQC hanged, A 296, Z 341, « 92, 
e 180, T 215, i 12, O 728, t 581, f 91. 
—(3) ace., X 159, (3 351, x 165 ; with 
altraclion, y 255, u 224. — (4J dioaro 
Kara flu/ioi' /iq . . . ifi^paaaaiTo. n e . . . 
agnoBcerel, there rose in his mind 
the apprehension lest, etc., r 390. — (5) 
impers., r 312, a\\a /iot iS' ivd Bv/iiv 

id Z 76. 

otuv^ if, 

(avis), bird of preg, y 271; coupled 
with levvii:, 7 359 ; bird ofoinen, Jt&ot, 
seen in the east, aaspicious qoarter, 
a 531; omen, the one best omen is, 
etc., M 243. 

Akmiw, prs., ipf. ipKviav, (oEvoc), with 
iDf.dubitarp, ■Arin.t, E25S and T 155. 

Snot, ip, masc, (qauctari), in- 
ertia, t/us;tsAw», G 617. (II.) 

AufHiurro, ipf.. (dcpidu, from dipio- 
f(^), — irai^/iaiov, exaaperaban- 

ii(pU<m, ro (6'). {atpoi;), haimff 
Aarp earners or points, jagged, ragged, 
9 327, n 735, 1 499. 

iuvJu-Tot, ofarrjc, (irpuoc), hor- 
rendi, ae, lAUling, horrSile, I 64 and 

., , adj. nlr. pi., (Kv^tiij), 
eigU-^lred. E 723t, of wheels, as in 
adjoining cut, fram a painting on a 

Fanathenaic amphora found at Tot- 

imi, octo, eight, B 313, x H"; 
dfTai-taiSisdry, duodevicesima die, 
1 279. 1 268, u. 65. 

iXPi^-SaL|i<iv, voc.,(iiX^ioc), ileiaed 
bg the deilg, P 182, 

SXpio*, 01., or, (, o., (SX^oc), b e a t a 1^ 
bhiied, \ 450. p 354 ; rich, a 138 ; pi. 
ukfita, bieiAaga (in their lives), t) 148 ; 
noiiinnav, maj thej blesa ! v 42. 

tXPoi, ip, ov, masc, wtalth! y 208, 

iXtdr^ai., dXEEOcf, see uXXv;». 

iXapiar (aXiOpoi) i/nap, daj of de- 


T 294 a: 



sheer, utter rain ; ^x^c, 
rimen, most'p ?f»fo<t» n 

; U 735, 

I wretched 

iX(iT«, see oXXu/ii. 

iXtmnim, prs. with part., ipf. uXcmy. 
iter. iXtKiaKiv, pass. prs. dXicavrai, ipf. 

sumda're, deitr^, 278, x 305, 

iX^rsL, aq, aaai, aaag, iXivOai, Bee 

iXcTTJpii, rdi', (riXXv/ii), dettroyer, 
2 I14f. 

iXiYTI'ircXJiitv, fDtiiTn, «u<soiiiR^ O 
245; inrirma,r3S6. 

iXvyif-iKUiis, rqf, (jriXo/ioi), weat- 
n«M,/uinJneM, t 468% 


iXlYO-EpSv'aiv, part., (^av). oite lo 
do but mU,feiAU. O 246. (IL) 

UtvDT, oi', 1^, Of. oim, 1), tie, Pi I*- f^t 
sHp. oAryioroe, T 223, paullus, bre- 
yi3,exiguUB, gfffe, tn'iil; jrlJal./ee- 
^' ifru?^ ; ilirTr /^edts ,- ntr. oXiyov, 
paullum.n/iffierPTTSB.e 547; with 
comp.,paulT6,fo6«fe,T 217; riXr>i;, 
paene, oimu«(, £37; super., T 223, 
tcanlv stialrTie the reaping. 

*OMt)av, town in Magnesia in Thes- 
salv.B717t; iXEtowt, see Sir' Ai'ilow!;. 

dUi9avw,aar.i\iirit,{foT iyXiaGa- 
viii. Ger. giijschen), ilippfd and/elf, 
♦ 774 ; with ir, T 470 ftlifcom him. 

uXXvffi, pare, iXXv«, vvruiv, rnc, 
hWiaai, fuL bXtsa, aeiic, aau, Ror. 
oiXtvi, ac, ((")> "aav and li\(0«(v\, 
aaov, subj. ooijt, ■q, oioom, o'jS'- <hm. 




imp. (Tffoi', inf. (raai^ part, anaq^ <Tavr{ii)j 
r*f, aitffa, perclerc, pessura dare, 
del ere, iuterimere, destroy^ Mil, 
aiiiittere, lose, 6vfxuv, fikvoQy A 83, 
O 449 ; pass. mid. prs. dXXvfievoi, wv, 
ovf, dojPj ipf. 6\\vvr{o\ fut. oXtirai, 
dKttadi, (rOaiy aor. oXofirjVyoXtO' = t(o), 
ovTo and fafXfo, (oAcro, subj. oXw/uoi, 
o\r\ai^ rai, wvTai, opt. oiaOiy inf. iaOai, 
see uuKufxspoi;, perire,/>6mA, vtto nvt ; 
with aoc. of manner of death, etc., /xc- 
pov, oZroi', oXkdptf} ; with dat. of means, 
^dX^j ; also pf. oXwXaf , €v, y, and plupf. 
oXwXfi, periit, etc., Q 729, K 187. 

SX^ov, Tov^ {foXfi.y volvo), smooth 
round stone, quoit, A 147t. 

6Xoii], yai, dat. pi., (oXooq), perni- 
c i o 8 a, destructive, deadly, X 5, A 342. 

iXoXvyg, Ty, (oXoXv^iOf ululare), 
mth a hud cry^ Z 301 f. 

6XoXvl,tu, aor. 6X<iXv{c, av, aiy always 
of female voices, ululare, lament 
aloud, 8 767; eiulare, rejoice aloud, 
X 408, 411. 

oXofiffv, see oXXvfu. 

hXDoi-rpoxoSy masc, (PoXPoi-^ vol- 
vo-), rolling stone, round rock, N 137f. 

6Xo(Ss, 010, ^^, 6v, ole ; ij, ijg, rjv, yg, 
ag; a, comp. torepoc, sup. wrarog, rs, 
(oXXvfii), perniciosus, destroying, of 
gods, Motpa, Krjp; of men and things, 
r 133, Q 39, X 5, n 849 ; icrjp, sae- 
vum; but «c)//)' = K^jCMz, saevam. 

'OXooo-crwv, ovog, town on river 
Eurotas in Thessaly, situated on white 
cliffs, B 739t. 

6Xo6-<{>pcov, ovog, (tppyjv), bale/uly 
savage, stem, saevus, B 723, a 52. 

6Xo<)>v8v6v (oXotpvpofjiai?), pitiful, 
doleful, miserabile, evogj £ 683, r 

6Xo^^fM>|iai, ecu, etc., prs. aor. 6Xo(pv- 
pao, aro, lamentari, miserari, t<;ai/, 
lament, pity, rroXXd, much, otKrp(a), 
piteously, alvd, dreadfully, pitiably, v 
221 1 r 543; freq. with irpotftivda, A 
815, X 472, K 265, cf. O 114; with inf., 
X 232 (cf. bKvhiv), bewail that thou 
must be brave before the suitors ; rtvug 
(11.), misereri,^//)t/y, n 17,X 170; 
Tiva, miserari, show pity, Q 328, k 
157, r 522. 

6Xo-^uia, pcrniciosa, destructive, 
iqvea; subst., wilejt, ^410. 

*0XvtMrXd8€S, B 49 It, Muses, cf. 
VAv/imof, 01, a, A 583,399, 18, Olyiu- 

ptnn, inhabiting OvXvf&iros or 'OXyfi-^ 
wag, Olympus, the mighty mountain, 
dwelling of gods, on left bank of river 
Peneios in Thessaly, penetrating with 
its snow-capped peaks into the upper 
alOqp ; dydvvL<l>og, aiyXriEvrog, alirvvj 
Oewv (dog, fiaKpog, ttoXvtttvxov. 

6\t(M.%, Tag, («Xfw ?), a kind of 
grain not unlike barley, £ 196 and 8 

5Xci>Xc, see oXXvfii, 

ofJidSricrav, aor. from ofiaHit, (ofia" 
Soc), made a din, a 365. (Od.) 

SjjidSoSf <i>, ov, masc.,(6fjt6g), noise, din, 
strictly of many voices, also of battle- 
cry, k:'556. (II.) Iffofjidd^p, P 380 ?] 

6(jiaX6v iroiTjoav, levigabant, made 
smooth, I 327f. 

6|i-apT^ci)v, part, prs., aor. iiaeuVf 
r,aai>0' = rjaovrs., rtc, (ipov, dpriog'), 
meet, keep pace with, v 87 ; comitari, 
attend, Q 438 ; encounter, M 400. 

ofiapry, see d/xapry. 

op-l^pifiog, -Trdrpr}, false reading for 
ujBpifxog, djipifjtoTrdrprj. 

6(iPpos, ({i, ov, masc, (imber, fivpt- 
<t9oi?), imber, rain, also of heavy 
snow-fall, M 286. 

dfjLtXrai, fut. from opwpn. 

^^-TIYcp^cSy ktam, (ufjioi), dyiipui), as- 
sembled together, O 84. 

Six-^iTvpCcrcurCai, aor. from -riyvpi- 
^oixai, {ayvpig), congregare, convoke, 

IT 376t. 

6|iif-Yvpiv, rrjv, concionem, assem- 
bly, Y U2\, 

6p,-T|XiK(T|, tjg, y, i»v, (ofioi), ^XiQ, 
sameness of age, T 465; aequales, 
(collective), those of like age, F 175, 
N 485; also aequalis, companion^ 
^ 23, X 209. 

Sfi-tiXiKO, £C, ag, (bfiov, yXi^), 
aequalis, rivog, of like age with, r 

ofi-rjpku), aor. w(jLi{pT|0'C, {dpaptiv), 
fioi, met me, ir 468t. 

6p,iXa86v, adv., (ofiiXog), cater va- 
tim, m crowds, M 3. (II.) 

6|iiXciv, prs., ipf. ufiiXu, tofxev, «ov, 
aor. ijpi^riaa, iiauxrt, iiatifv, iianvreg, 
i^opiXog), introduce one's self among, as- 
sociate with (tw, fitrd, Trapd), rttrti', ir 
271; versari inter, cum, a 167; 
man us conserere, meet in battle, 
N 779 {piTci), Tiaiv; throng about, irepi 
Tiva, n 641, (u 19. 




8|LiXo9y ov, tfif ovy masc, (o/izov, 
ftXciu), crowds thronffj 'iinnDV re Kai 
dvdputVy etc; ; tumuU of battiej ofxiXq), 
4> 606; armi/, host, K 231 (in camp 
or otherwise), X 514; then acervus, 
coetus, masSy compcvny, o 328, it 29. 

6|i.(x^^> V^t (Mt-x)* nebula, cloud, 
A 359, r 10; Kovifji^y dusUcloud, (II.) 

5|i|ia, T{a)y aiy ntr., {ibix^ai., perf. from 
6p«w), oc-ulus, eye, A 225, A 614; 
e 349, better oi/iar'. 

S|ivv6i, from ofiwfii ; also from 
dfivvwy o/iPvkTaif imp. prs., and ipf. 
wfivve ; fut ofiov/jLaiy Hraij aor. utfioaay 
€, aafiev, elsewh, 6/*-, also with aa, 
iurare, swear; alicui, rivi (jrpog 
Tiva)y opKov ; affirm by oathy sweary 
iure iurando affirmare, ri; or 
with inf. as object, r} /utv, A 76, /ii?, 1 
132, ^ 585, /? 373; ace. with inf. fiif 
iroTy T 127, cf. K 332; with inf. fut. 
aor. and perf. according to the sense ; 
ttoear by a thing, ripdyO 40. 

hyuo-ydarpKOif ov, (yaarrip), ger- 
manus, brother by the same mother , 
ovm brother, * 95 ; KaffiyvrjToCy Q 47. 

6|i68€v, i^ — , = t^ oijovy from the 
same (root or spot), e 477 f. 

6|ioios, 01/, oty rj, tjcy y, rjVy at, ag, 
(lifiUy similis, Ger. samt, Eng. 
same), idem, same, it 182 ; with ov, 
A 278 ; M 270. s i m i i i s, lUcey similary 
Tiviy in something, ri or iv 7ro\sfi(py 
or OhiVy also with other infs. ; in 
abbreviated comparisons, j8 121, P 
51 ; ^ 632, equaly distinguish from 

h^oiiov and ofjoilov, mcikivg like, 
breaking dovm distinctions shared by all 
aWcey r 315, (i> 543. 

ufjtoiuu), only aor. pass. 6}ioia)C-i]|icvat 
avTTjVy A 187, match himself face to 
face; /liyrtv, in shrewdness, y 120. 

6|i<(KXd, ipf. from ofioKXaio = -»cXf&>, 
ipf. 6^okX^0|icv, sov, aor. dfioK\r}<T(tt, 
etc.. and iter. K\ij(Ta(TKey{Ka\tXv,Kf\ivw\ 
call out tOy exclaim, 2 156; T 448, 
E 439, Sfivd; Q 248, inhere, com- 
mandy r 155; with inf., ut 173; ace. 
with inf.,n 714. 

6}io-icX{, 17V, aiy fem., (^vhokKclv), 
loud call, M 413 ; commands, p 189. 

6^o-icXt|ttipos9 Toi"', (oiiokXt]), one who 
calls out aloud; oKovoaQy hearing the 
caUy cryy M 273 and ^ 452. 

dfiopywfu, ipf. 6|i,<ip'y^^9 ^^^* ^l^^P" 

yvvvTOy aor. dfiop^aiitvoc, ov, jjv, (m er- 
gere), wipe off; SaKpuOy his tears; 
irapudwvy de gen is, from her cheeks, 
2 124. 

6|i(Ss> ov, ov, r}y y, rjVy (ufia, simul, 
similis, Ger. sam, samt, Eng. 
same), idem, sanie, A 437, k 41;- 
communis, Cfjmmon, N 333. 

6^6a-a^y etc., see o^wfjn, iurare. 

6|i<S(rc (o/Ltof), eodem. /o^c^Aer, M £4 
and N 337. 

6|io-<mx^c^ ((^Tf'X*^) /3of(T<T(v, una 
cum bob us inccdit, keeps pace toiihy 
O 635t. 

6|i<i-Tl|iov, masc, {rif-irj), equally hon- 
ored, entitled to equal honor, O 186t. 

6[iov {onoc), together, A 122, X 573; 
siniul, alike, at once, A 61, A 245, 
^ 67 ; una cum, vi<i>tta<jiv. 

6}jLo-<{>pov^ois, LovTt, du. part., {(f)po- 
vkui), be of one mind, i 456 ; voijfxaoiy in 
unity of purposes, ^ 1 83. 

6\kO'^poarivt\v, yoi, fem., (ofit'^pwr), 
Concordia, ^ 181; familiaritas, 
irUimacy, o 198. 

6\ij6-^pova i<ppr]v) Pvfior, having Uke 
desire, harmonious, X 263t. 

6}Ui)6T|vai, aor. pas-s. from b^vu) — 
ipCkoTTiTiy to be united in love, S 209 f. 

6pj^aX6€Vy Q 269, with a knob or cnp 
(see cut No. 5); o/jKpaXofotnjg, ov, 01, 
ag, (6fj<pa\ng), o?Tiamented uith studs, 
r 32, or with a single great boss, with 
con'esponding deep concavity in in- 
terior (see cuts Nos. 17, 121). (II.) 

6fJi<{>aX6f, ovy 6vy oi, (1) umbilicuSy 
nacei, ii oiij, <p 180. — (2) Lat. umbo, 
boss or projection oih centre of shield, 
ending in a button or point; p\., studs 
upon shield serving as ornament, A 34. 
— (3) a knob orpin on the centre of the 
yoke (see cut No. 49, '»). also among 
the Assyrians (see cut No. 55), while 
the Egyptians omamented each end 
of the yoke with a ball of brass (see 
cut on next page), Q 273. — (4) in 
wider sign if., middle point, centre, Ga- 
XnfT(TTfCy a 50. (II.) 

5|i^aKCS» ai, (dv-y ^ayiiv ?), unripe 
gropes, rj 125t. 

^H^<W» ^^' 9' fem., (Psnoc, v o x), voice, 
9nlv, r 129; etovy y 215; als-o of 
dream, B 41 (see 'iravon<poXog); always 
of divine prophetic voices. 

6|i-(tfvv(ioi, pi., (ovoiio). cogno mi- 
nes, having (ht soxm. name,^ •\'=1S!^. 

i)iHt (ufioc), (1) together, itavTtQ, I 
775,— (2) atiie, at once, alio. P 6M, k 
28, V 40S; with dat. = pariter ac, 
•jiia% (M, yiof at, E 535. 

8(i»t(i/n5s).ta'neii,se(, M 393t. 

Svap, TO, somniutii, dream, viaiaa. 
K 496 ; 0pp. liirDp, reality, r 547, u 

Snifip, Aviiaff = Sviiara. ntr.. («vf- 
vt)l"), protector, defente, X 433 ; reiief, 
r^reAmatt, I 444; pL, rich preKtitt, 
U367; elsewli./(HKf,(iicfuii2(, 

int&tuty, ina(iv), (imtoi:), reproack- 
fut, pv9ov, firtfomi., * 393; without 
iir. , r^yroachet, X 497. 

ittiSilfar, oor. 3 sing, iviiSuras, imp. 
-iiiDv, (JiviiSut), rtproarh, ijriaiv; uvi 
n, 134, or uTr,B2SS, (Vfuure.- expro- 
brars, cat in one'i teelk,i7 38a. 

1mi8o«, ir. flF^ ntr,, (Goth, naiteins, 
neich. Ger. Ncid), probrnm. re- 
proach, pL Mr' xf""" »"?">'. X *63. 
have covered (overwhelmeil) my moth- 
er with reproach; n i9S,malttr o/rt- 
proaci, diigi-aee. 

ivclfMTa, see Sviipot. 

Avtiptl'DO'L, fem. adj., (ovfipnc), iv — 
voXigm, at the portals of drearat, S 

brtifit-iiSKina, ov— {livfipoTroXoiiti- 
i^l), A 63. inierprrter nf dreana. 

(wipo», u,(Wi ow.poK, ;841), V. 01', 
I, 01, ml', Dui;, and rri 4v<ipaT(a), u 87, 
{hvap\ BOmnium, rf irom, B 6,8, 16; 
in eimile, of disembodied spirits, a 207, 
SS3 ; represenied as a people located 

r 563 

niiiTtiiv, would that he might have such 
a portion fX proiperitg, L e. none what* 
ever, 402+. 

*0i-nT0p£Si|t, y 282, Phrontis. 

'Ov^Tup, priest of Idaean Zeus ; hii 
son Laogonoa, IT 604. 

tvSof, ou, Of, maac., flmus, dorig, 
*775. [♦] 

Mxvfn, fut, ^m, fii', aor. i>lv>|irac, 
ff, av, and ui'qiTa ; mid. fuL ilvqniai, 
irni, o;uO(a), 2 aor, imp. urqrrD. part 
iKij/Hvoc, (cf, iivoi), invare-fe^i, mA, 
dietr, e 467 ; rai, A 395, 503, { 67 ; 
bj what means, rim, A 503; yiia, 
mult urn, 12 45; tuiVd, In this; mid 
iuvari, o* Siipiv, iooe prnjO in his 
soul, H 173; friii. aifoy, rivoc. 

II 31, r 

; part. AviifiCfo 

:n). n 

,r235; ^merno- 
■ia,a710,iu93; /loi iuriv, with nonu, 
■ 183, 247, rj 5, t 366 (ij 54, r 409, with 
Traivv^ov); rifliofloi. indere, pivB ■ 
lamc (o — ; S. rri » si^mv, 6 550; 
■ama, gloria, v 248. 
ivofLitoi, (, (If, mv, ipf. ivn^Xif, 

C, C5v, 





according to his descent on the father's 
side, K 68. 

Svocrai, ovrai, otro, fut. Svoamrai^ 
aOai, aor. wvoad/xtjv, 6v6aa<T9{€) Q 241, 
6v6<TavT{o)f oaaafiivog^ and 2 aor. wva- 
TO P 25, vitupero, censurej scom^ 
(exc. P 173, 427), always in rhe- 
torical question or with negation, A 
539, P 399 ; KaKOTTiToe, £ 379, fore 
ut te poeniteat miseriae, that 
thou wilt disparage, esteem lightly. 

ovofxalvutf only aor. iv<i|iT|vas> €v, 
•"j ytN {ovoiJia), declare, X 251 ; recount , 
nam^^ B 488, ^ 240 ; name as icifnesses, 
^ 278 ; call by name, K 522 ; name as, 
constitute, ^ 90. 

dvo/jiaKXfidrjv, see i^ovo/j.. 

6vo^d-KXvTOS (kXvio), of famous 
name, renovmed, X 51f. 

6vo|i.a<mfv (ovo/ia^o;), ovk — , not to 
he uttered (because ill-omened Ilios, 
malum omen), r 260. (Od.) 

5vos» masc, as in us, ass, A 558f. 

bvoaaa^ty -airo, hvoaaajitvoQ, see 

ivooTo, verbal adj. from ovofxai, 
ovKtr —, non vituperanda, no con- 
temptible, I I64t. 

ovvKn Avvxe<reri, masc. , u n g u i b u s, 
claws, talons of eagle, M 202. 

6|i;-PcXi{s (jSiAof), sharp-pointed, A 

6{v^cvTi, ra, (o^u), piercing, Sopv, 
Z 443; tyxia, r 33, v 306. (II.) 

6|vs, ki, vv, ktQ, km{v)', ti{a) O 313, 
e/y, a(ac) A 272, 'gc,'aQ ; tia, f'o, sup. 
6^vTarov, (acer, acus), sharp (pene- 
trating), pointed, of weapons and uten- 
sils, P 520; clitl's, € 411 ; kfcn, ipaaya- 
vov, aop : of light, P 372, and sound, 
dear, shrill, piercing, especially ntr. sing. 
and ntr. pi. ; with verbs of perceiving 
and of calling, sharply, keenly, quickly, 
r 374 ; and of pains, A 268 ; of grief, 
etc., bitter, r 517 ; the wildly charging 
Ares, A 836. 

So and 8ov for ov, see oq, ij, o. 

6trd||civ» prs., ipf. uiral^iv, wira^e, 
^ov, fut. dTraaou), ofitv, aor. wTratra, 
€, av, and oiraoaa, «(v), opt. oatfAi, 
otmv, imp. tfaov, inf. aaai, part, aaag, 
fut. mid. 6Trda(fiat, aor. atraro, ffndfjt- 
vog, (Jinu), sequor), make to follow, 
riv'i Tiva {iifia, 2 452, o 310), as CFCort, 
also fihT 6ii(poTspoiat ; al§o of things, 
9 430, Kvdug nvi, tpyoig ; of dowry of 

bride, X 51 ; hettow, copftr 9 498 ; often 
with inanimate subj.,7'//|0rt(,' follow hard 
upon, beset, A 321 ; mid., take to one's 
self as etcort, T 238 ; ir 59, take with one. 

6ira£a, ntr. pi., {dirij), dv d-jrala, 
through the loop-holes, i. e. between the 
rafters, under the eaves. These open 
spaces were afterward filled up, and 
a specific name, ixeTOTrai, given to 
them. This seems the simplest inter- 
pretation of a 320 f, for that swallows 
and other birds often flew through 
these apertures, and into the aper- 
tures, can not be doubted. (See cut 
No. 90.) 

6-iraTpos> ov, (irarfip'), eiusdem 
p air is, of the same father, A 257 and 
jM 371. 

6ird(tfv, ova, masc, (fVw), comes, 
armor-bearer, esquire, K 58. (II.) 

o Trip, see og irtp. 

8ir(ir)T|, adv., qua, (1) where, ic 190 
sq. ; whither{BOQyQT\ M 48 — (2) (W,0 45. 

6irT|8ci, prs., ipf. 6trr\^H, (dirridog, 
67rd^e(T9ai), {ufio, rj 165, i 271), nvi, 
c o m i t a r i, attend, follow, dperr}, etc., 
9 237, P 251, tic Aiog, a Jove; fioi, 
E 216, 1 carry it with me in vain. 

6irC||opiai, to, prs., ipf. fc>7ri^€r(o), 
(uTTig), revereri, reverence, ri, 2 216; 
Od. always joined with Aiog, 9e<ov fiij- 
viv ; Tivd, only X 332. 

8iri0c(v), see 6Tna9ev. 

6iriir(T)€veis, and part. aor. evtrag, 
(o7rig),A 371,circumspicere,/7a2;e 
at, ri ; stare at, yvvalKag ; watch, H 243. 

5iri9> iSog, ida, and iv, fcm., (o7ra>7ra). 
eye, 9ioiv; in sense of avenging eyp„ 
u 1 1 i o, 4 88 ; elsewh. divine punishment^ 
IT 388 ; only i 82 without 9t{av. 

8iri(o-)9c(v), adv., (aTro ?), rd ow., 
a tergo; err//, ace ess it, approached 
from behind, A 197 ; behind, p 201 ; oi 
o., relict i; (from) behind, 2 548, ^ 
256; postea, afterward, x 55; in 
posterum, hereafter, A 362; = prep, 
with gen., N 536. 

6irto-(<r)« (diru ?), backward, M 272, 
r 218; behind him, X 137; post- 
mo do, hereafter, r 160, 411; 7rp6(Tw 
Kal OTT., before and behind, forward 
and backward, describing foresight, A 
343, r 109 ; Xsitteiv, leave behind. 

6iri<rTaTov, tov, hindermost, only 9 
342, A 178. 

'Oirtnjs, slain by Hektor, A 30 If. 




&K\ioVy ipf., (ottXov), were getting 
ready, ^ 73 f. 

oirX^wv, gen. pi. from /;7rA»if, lingu- 
lar urn, hoofs, A 536 and V 501. 

ottXi^w, aor. wirXuro'c, imp. ottXkt- 
ffoj^, inf. iaaiy pass, and mid. prs. ott- 
X<^ovrat, wfxiBa, ipf. oTrXi^tro, orro, aor. 
bJirXiaai)' = oTrXicrcraro, a^ta9{a\ subj. 
vfitffOoy aor. pass. 3 pi. oTrXio-i^fj/, 9na^6 
ready, chariot, prepare, food, Q 190 ; 
^ei ship rcac?y ybr sailing ; mid. pass.. 
>wt/A;e one's self ready, \p 143, H 417; 
equip, arm one's self, 55; mid. sibi 
par are (cenam;, 7r453 = 8irX€<r6ai, 
T 172, ^ 159; eqiios suos adiun- 
gere, harness one's horses, ^301. 

SirXov, y, wv, oimv, (a), utensil, im- 
plement, (1) tools, 2 409, y 433.— (2) 
rope, calk, rudens, 390. ^ 346 ; pi. 
cordage, rigging, fi 390. — (3) arma- 
tura, weapons, armor, K 254, 2 614. 

&n\6r€po9y oi, wv, diov, comp. ; sup. 
-OTarTj, 1JV, (p7rXov% stronger, fresher, 
younger ; ytvfy, yevtrjipiif, in age, B 
707, I 58 ; of. A 325, y 465. 

*Oir<icis> otvToc, masc, city in T>o- 
kris, home of Menoitios, ^ 85, 2 326, 
B 531. 

iir6s9 masc, (sue us), coagulum, 
sap of icild Jig-tree, used, like rennet, 
to curdle milk, E 902t. 

6in$s> TTJg, see o\p. 

&inr<i6cv (^okPo-), interrogative adv., 
unde, whence, a 406, ^ 47. (Od.j 

8Tnro6(l), rel. adv., ub i, where, I 577, 
7 89. 

6iroTos, p 421, r 77, and ottttoToj', 
oi'jycj ol{a), (6kPo7o<S), qualis, of what 
sort, (1) interrogative, a 171 ; binroV 
antra, about what sort of garments, r 
218.— (2) rel., p 421, T 250. 

Sirov, ubi, where, y 16. (Od.) 

oTTTTocr', see follg. 

6Tr6<r<rov, 6ir(ir)6(o')<r(a), ntr.. Aow 
w«wy, 4 47; ottootq, quantum, Q 7; 
qnatenus, ^ 238; ^ttIX^^w, quan- 
tum permeavero, however far I 
may seek, 4 139. 

air(ir)<5Tc, adv., ('jc/^orf). quando, 
vjjj§g^vf\i\\ indie, after principal tenses, 
633, V 386 ; with opt. after historical 
tenses, I 191. — Conjunction = quo m. 
I. temporal with ind., when, a 409, F 
173 ; fut. Kfv [tt 282].— II. conditional, 
when that is spoken of which has not 
yet taken place, (a) with subj., (1) if, 

in case that, where something is antici- 
pated before the action of the principal 
verb follows, A 163,$ 112.- (2) in gen- 
eral propositions, O 210, n 53, P 98, S 
651, p 47U; esp. in similes, O 382, p 
128.— (3) designating repeated action 
in present, (b) with opt.,(l) in cases 
of indefinite frequency in past, T 317, 
the verb in the principal sentence is 
ipf. or aor. (iter.), V 233, O 284, 2 544, 
K 217. — (2) through assimilation with 
mode of principal verb, V 148, <t 148 ; 
(c) with subj. with Ktv, in principal 
sentence: imp.,r293 (^303,ai/); fut., 
X 366, 1 703, S 505, /3 358, v 394, x 
216 (av, a 40. U 62,r 317) ; prs. indie, 
y 238, V 83 (dv, X 17) ; subj., 445, 
with dv. 

67rir(h'€pos, y, oi, oim, tj, ai, uter, 
which (of two), r 71, /I 57 ; 6iriroT^- 
pci)6cv, ex utra parte, S 69t. 

67rT&X^a, BU}v, (cTrrii^), a s s a t a, roasts 
ed, A 345, p 396. 

OTTTau), only 3 pi. ipf JhrTa:v=a»7r- 
rutv, aor. tJTrrrjffe, aar, unTTjaav, ijaai, 
rjtrag, aavrtc, pass. aor. S'TTTrfOt'ivaL, 
(^Trrdf), assare, roast (on the spit), y 
33, A 466 ; Kotwv, partitive gen., o 98. 

6irTfjpas, Toi'c, (oTrwTra), specula- 
tores, scouts, spier, 4 261 and p 430. 

6irr6v, a, ( ttott-, p o p i n a, Trt w, c o c- 
tu m), roasted, broiled, ir 443. (Od.) 

i-irvCoi, kptv{ai), ovTit:, ipf. wirvii, 
oTTVii, (p u b e s), wtd, take to wife, u x o- 
rem ducere, N 429,11 178; hirvtov- 
Tti\ married; OTrvtofiivri, nupta. 

Sircbira, see opdio. 

6trci)irTJs» rfjg. (oTTwTra), visus, sight 
(vision), I 512; adspectus, onwi; 
7}vTT}<Tag, as thou hast met the view, 
as thine eyes have seen, y 97. 

6ir(0pT|, jjc? Vi »?»'» (^Trrof, wprf), time 
of ripening, extending from the rising 
of ISeirios (end of July) to the setting 
of the Pleiades, and corresponding 
nearly to our .dog-days ; rt^aX ma, lux- 
uriant, exuberant fruit-time, X 192. 

6irci)plv(Ss» tji, (ontoprf), belonging to 
onotprf, midsummer; aarijp, Seirios, E 5. 

8ir(ir)«s, adv., {oKputi^), ut, I. in- 
teri'ogative, in indirect question, q u o- 
modo, how, K 545, B 252: with fut 
indie, often involving an intention, P 
6': 5, A 14, a 57 ; with subj., ^ 329. and 
Kkv, d 545, 1 681, a 296 ; it passes into 
final ut, in order that, y 19, a 77, v 




365, $ 181 ; joined with opt. after his- 
torical tenses, SJ 160, v 319, ^ 319. 
The transition from the use of omog 
as indirect interrogative to that of a 
final conjunctibn can not be traced. — 
II. relative, cw, corresponding to oif, o 
111 ; roiov, it 208, c 109, as he is now 
so long away; conditional, with subj., 
^ 189, with Kiv, Y 243 ; temporal, with 
preterit tense, E 27, A 459, y 373, yet 
in all these passages there exists a v. 

1. tTTCI. 

opdbty 6p6oi, (Of aac, aCt ^, Hfxiv ; 
o^rc ; '6pa; ai>\ ootVy oojvrtQj owaa, 
&Vy wvTSC^ wffa ; mid. 6pu)/iat, arai ; 
opriat, Tjrai ; tpTOf daaQai^ dtrSai, uifii- 
vof, 01 ; ipf. opdrOf uivto ; pf. uTrwTrn, 
ac, plupf. oTrwTTft, aor. eUou and 
'Ofiriv, see EI A, V.; fut. mid. 6<|rcai, 
«, iTiu, i(T9{at)t ofisvoQy T/, ai ; but 
ot//6(t0(«) (Q 704, 9 313) is aor. imp., 
(Pop., vereor, Ger. gewar, Eng. 
wary), videre, be aware of, behold, 
Tivrt, ri (fev, before, 9 459) 6<f>9aXiJoX- 
aiv; mid. (e. g. S 47, X 166), look on 
wUh interest, guze; (pdog rft\ioio=^Z!iv; 
also intelligere, notice, p 545; look 
€U, over, doton upon, lig, tiri, Kara riva, 
n; Kar 6<T(Te, into the eyes, P 167; 
also with follg. on, H 448; olog, 4> 
108 ; part., I 360. 

5p-Yiii,(a), ap, fem., {ppkyui), fathom, 
distance spanned by the outstretched 
arms, >P 327. (Od.) 

dpcyvvs, part., parallel form to ^c- 
Y»v, ovrag, fut. ops^ut, ofiev, eiv, aor. 
iops^i, dps^yg, y, nav, at, ag ; mid. opt- 
yh(j9ai, pf 3 pi. optopkxaTai, 11 834; 
plupf dputpkxaro, A 26 ; aor. tbpe^aT(o) 
and 6ps^ar{o), daBu), aaQai, dp-tvog, rj, 
(por-r igo, reach), (1) strciiA^Qut^^ the 
hands toward heaven, or toward some 
person. — (2) e xtend to, and ^iw^^ mid., 
stretch themsdves (with CTIBTTCe1c)7A 26 ; 
^ra8a-^4^^erany thing, with the hand ; 
stretsh t ^msey ^, go_ at fall speed, of 
horserriSZjkTN 20~Cty\fr; hmge out, 
with the spear; rwog, at any thing; 
atm at or hit, dovpi ; with ttpOrj, (pByai, 
and part., h't first, any one nvd, some- 
thing Ti ; 12 506, re-ich out the hands 
to the mouth (chin) of the murderer 
of my son ; a general expression for 
the act of supplication, (lescribed in 
word yovvovffOai, and not entirely con- 
sistent with Q 478. Hence 6pCKT5- 


oxv, porrectis (hastis), by thrusting 
with their spears, B 543. 

ip^ovTo, ipf, parallel form to uovi^/ue, 
coorti sunt, rushed forth, B 398 and 
^ 212. 

*Op^<r-pios, a Boiotian from Hyle, 
slain by Hektor, E 707t. 

6pccrC-Tpo<|K>9» mountain-bred, M 299, 
^ 130. 

ipca-Kcpoicn, ovg, (Ktifiai), having 
mountain-lairs, A 268 and t 155. 

ip^OTCpos, poi, (upog, cf. dypoTtpog), 
of the mountains, mow.tain-dmgon, X 
93 ; wolves, « 2 1 2. 

*Op^<rTT|s, (1) a Trojan, slain by 
Leonteus, M 139, 193.— (2) a Greek, 
slain by Hektor, E 705. — (3) son of 
Agamemnon, returns to Mykenai in 
the eighth year of the reign of Aigis- 
thos. 7 306, whom, with his own 
mother, Klytaimnestra, he slays (see 
cut under 'idprj, from painting on 
ancient Greek vase), and assumes his 
hereditary throne, \ 461, a 30, 40, 298, 
^546, I 142,284. 

ipcoTidtScs (opog) vvfi<pai, mountaifi' 
nymphs, Z 420 f. 

upe(T(f>i, see opog. 

ip/x^cov, ipf., (poxBfitt), raftkd in the 
throat, bellow d in last agonies, * 30 f. 

>op9ai, see opvvfu. 
'OpOatos, a Trojan, N 791 f. 

"OpSri, town in Thessaly, B 739t. 

6p9i(a), ntr. pi., (cp96g), with high^ 
shrill voice, A llf. 

6p?o-Kpaipdwv, gen. pi. fem..(K'fftaa), 
(1) f3owv, with straight, upright hoi-ns, 
opp. the horns of sheep and goats, 
/x 348,0 231.— (2) r«wi/, 2 3, T 344, 
also applied to ships, with reference to 
pointed bow and stern, yet possibly 
from Kfpaia, with straight or extend- 
ed yards, antennis porrectis in- 

6p6<is, 6v, (o), S>v, (arduiis), erec- 
tus, upright, usually with <Tri) ; dvai- 
^ag, starting up from his seat. 

dpBoio {6p96g), aor. wpOoxre, raise up, 
H 272; 6p9o)Btig, raised up, upright', 
K 21, mm^ up. 

6ptvci), n, tTov, tjv, ipf. 6pivE{v), aor. 
atpivag, e(v), opiva, ag, i, yg, y, aig, 
pass. pr. opivovrai, 6pivop.kv^), or, o», 
ovg, r\s ipf. (jjpivero, aor. (bpivBr], 6fnv^)Tf, 
ur\, tvTtg, (opvvfu), stir, raise; y 'or, Q 
760, aroused; shock, A 208; dir^r^ied^ 

a^righttd, x S3l ^vftm: etir the heart 
with anger, 6 ITS. and uilier [laasluiis, 
B US, rSSS, A £08, A 604, p 47. ISO, 
216.^87; fear,o75,;(a3; nvive taping, 
("Nct, A 79S,0 403,4 361. o 486; aiip, 
ilT«p, n S09; pass, also grassari, 
mi;? wildly through, x ^f>0; coiitni^ 
bari, trovbkd, confuted, B 294, O 7, 
II 377. 

ISpicui', A 158; £p«((i), pi,, (opEOc): 
pledge, pignora, foederis, (1) oiUA, 
a 158,ra02.— (2)oic<iBU/<»-(oery£re, 
r 345. S69 ; Ta/iiiv. slaughter, 1ji;UC« 
foeilus fcrire, conclude a treaty, 
B 124; mara, worthy of confidence, 
because under the protection esp. or 
Zeus, r 105, 107 ; A 155, as death for 
thee, lalat to tliee; cf. also AvXdaaw, 
nXiiu, 3q\(a/iai, myx^'"< V'Clifo/uii, 

(1) otject by wUch one iweari, the power 
called upun as witness and avenger 
in taking an oath, B 755, O 38.— {2) 
oath, i\ia9at niwc or nvi, take an oath 
from one, X 119, t 746; rapripov, 
piltrv, by the three realms, of the 
universe, of the ^ods, T 108; also in 
general, piyat, mighty ; SjiSv, oalh by 
the gods, cf. X 313; yipoinov, oath 
of the princes binding the entire peo- 
ple, X 119; 'ipKip moTiiiflquH, bind 
yourselves by oath, o 436, 

tp|ia8ov, ToTt, (op/ini), chain, of bats 
hanginfc together, u S-f. 

ipluUvMv, ouofn), etc., part piB,. ipf. 
wpfimvi, aor. iip^nvi. av, (ipftdu). 

-, xo^'T^ 

iiiHki. S 20 ; debate, pondi 
(iXXqAoic; ^ll•l)^pl'rlv,l:^rippft•a^sni 
nari Oi'/iov), avi Bviiiiv; also with 
H-wuis, or a double question. 

iplidu, only aor, &pfL^ini)i*r, aov; 
lipliifOji, aiu. (Jtpiih). excilare, let in 
noSon, rivd ic vdXtfiov, TroXipov; pass. 

tpired by the godf 



male an tffort 
Bliqnem; mid. ipf. i,pi,ar{6), S,vtio). 
aor, (iifi^qanr(D). qvui^nt, and pass. 
uptiiiDi), ^ri))', t\aav, and up/ii)Oqrqi-, 
^vai, (td'f, 9'tvtai;. i, a, i, i;. surgere, 
rnere, att out, nuh on, with inf., K 

persequi, puriue; ijnip oi.aniniDa 

lyxv, e 

'OfyiBi\&tft, no. ton of Ormeaat, 
Amyntor, I 44S; Kleslos. o 4 1 4. 

"Qouinav, tv, town in Magnesia, 
B 734t. 

'Oppxvot, (I) a Trojan, slain by 
TeukroB, O 274.— (2) a Trojan, slain 
by Potypoites, M 187,— (3) and (4) 
see 'OpfwH^tjc 

Spiui'ovi see upw^i. 

ic 0. tyx"'i *X8t(i', come within the 
cait of a spear; A 466,curtus eius 
erat impetus, short was his ^rt: 
t 416, irritus mihi erit, vain uas 
my efort; ^ 403, pr.ofeotiouem, 

iplii^jULTO, 7-a. (op/iaofoi), loi' 
and jurrDHt of Helena B 3S6 ; oi tiers 
construe as oly. gen., ■fruj^fr) ami lor. 
rotat for Helene, L e. for her recovery. 

upiiiZia, only aor. dpp,frafMr, aav, 
gnbj, opfiiaaotiiv, (Bp/iora), mait fad, 
nfior, by means of stones cast from 
the ship, iT (ljvaa>v, S 77, 1 785. 

1. Sp|iou, Of. (ip/iq 7), iiifkKiiff, the 
running of the flat-bottomed ship upon 
the shore, A 435 ; fiirpov, anchor^e, 
V 101. 

2. SpuOT, owe, masc, {«(pa, leries), 
neelfarf, D 460. E 401. (See adjoining 
cul, also No*. 43, 44.) 

"Opvfial, town in Argolis, B S71t- 




^pvcoV) TO, (6pvts)j a V i c u 1 a m, bird. 

opvi«, iOoCf ly ic, toVf i(rcft(v) and 6fj- 
vl(7t, avis, ales, bird, in widest signif. 
small and large, also of birds of prey 
(freq. with name of the species add- 
ed, Xdptfty aiyviTLoTaiv), hence also birds 
of omen, K 277, u) 311, /3 155; omen 
praesagium, evil omen, Q 219. 

bpvvfiiy imp. 6pvvOi, re, inf. v/uci^at), 
ipf. (jjpvije, oVf fut. opaofnv, opaovaa^ 
aor. iipof, ffav, op<ry, tjfjLev, (and ofnp), 
tjre, opaaQy opoaoija), aor. iter. opaaaKif 
2 aor. iiipope(v\ subj. optopy, (orior, 
rao), rotue, k^ ivvrjg, also, afcahe, K 
518; excitare, impellere, excite, 
impel, A 439 ; rivd (tTri) rivt or avrm 
Tivoc, instigare; of mental states 
and emotions, art use, >If 14; i; 346, 
ercUe, Distinguish pf. oputpe, y, plapf. 
dpiopet (^ 112, ini, ad eos surrexe- 
rat,aro9e as their chief), utpwpei and 
mid. 6pvvT{ai), 6pvv(r9{t), fxivoio, etc., 

ipf. iijptrvO' = Wpi/UT^o), OpWTO, WTO, 

pf. 6pii}piTai, i}rai, fut. 6/o(trai, aor. 
iipiTo, a»pr(o), opovTO, oprirai, opoiTO, 
6pa(o) and opdio, ffiv, inf. opOai, part. 
ipfiivov, a, or i or, mc, orwc, of wind, 
dust, A 151; battle, tumult K 523, 
fire; often like ordior, with inf. rj 14, 
begin ; of persons, from the seat or the 
beid, or (for battle) against some one, 
Xa^Ktf ; mere, irpotroi, flying onward ; 
^tXa yovvara, have strength ; spring 
up, H 162, X 364. 

6po6^ci, prs., aor. hp69vvi, imp. 
vov, (opvvfit), excitare, urge on; 4> 
312, cause all the river-beds to swell. 

^povTOi, TO, {fop-, bpavy Goth, wa- 
ren, Eng. be-ware), iirl ^ — , keep 
toard over them, y 471. (Od.) 

Spot, eog, ti, ea, d<ov, fo((T)i, for gen. 
. and dat usually c(r^f, and ovpcos* eV, 
la, iffi^v), mons, mountain; ^rjpirov, 
« 21 ; IlapvTfffov, r 431, etc. 

6p^,oi/,masc.,(p^d>), serum lac t is, 
toheg, the watery portion of curdled 
milk, I 222 and p 225. 
f 6pov<r(cv), aav, aor. from dpovu), part. 
crac, (ooi/v/ii), r u i t, i r r u i t, rttsh forth, 
dart forward, of persons and tilings, 
of missiles, A 359, N 505. 

6p<M^s, TTJc, (ip£0w), tecti, roof or 
ceiltng, x 298 f. 

6po<^v, Tov, (lp€<f>(o), reeds used for 
thatching houses, Q 451t. 

opoo), see opata, 

6pirT|ica«, TovQ, surculos, saplings, 
shoots, <t» 38 f. 

opd, bptno, upffev, bpaag, opoaffKe,8eQ 

*Op<r(XoxoS9 (1) son of Alpheios, 
E 547 = 'OpriXoxoc, father of Diokles, 
y 489, o 187. cf. 16.— (2) son of Dio- 
kles from Pherai, grandson of fore- 
going, E 549. — (3) a Trojan, slain by 
Teukros, e 274.— (4) fabled son of 
Idomeneus, v 260. 

6pao-6vpt|, i/v, fem., (o/opoc), back 
door, in the side wall of the men's hall 
(jjisyapov) of house of Odysseus, lead- 
ing into the passage {Xavprj), x 126, 
132, 333. (See cut No. 90, and plate 
III., h, at end of vol.) 

'OpriXoxoe, V. 1. for 'OpaiXoxoQ. 

'OpTvy(T| (uprv^), a jfabled land, o 
404, £ 123. 

6pvKnl}, y, r]v, {dpvaffoj), fossa, dug, 
adj. joined with ratppog, M 72. (11.) 

6pi;|ia786s, only sing., (rugire), 
ang loud inarticulate noise, crash, roar, 
raUling ; esp. the din of batt!e, P 424, 
B 810, K 18.5. 

6pv€rmiv, aor. opv^a, av, subj. ofitv, 
inf. at, part, ac, fodere, dig, k 517; 
but K 305, ef fodere, rftjr up, 

6p^&viK<iv, 01, (dp^avot;), orphaned, 
fatherless ; fifxap, X 490, the day that 
makes one an orphan, orphanhood. 

6p^va£, orbae, orphan daughters, 

6p^vaCT|v, ace, (bp<pvri, epepog), 
tenebricosam, murky, vvktu, i 143. 


5pxa^oS9 ov, t, (apxoftai), the first 
of a row, leader, nMef, avtpwv, ace. ; of 
Eumaios (at close of verse), ^ 22, 121, 
o 351, 389, TT 36, p 184 ; of Peisistra- 
tos, y 454, 482 ; Philoitios, v 185, 254 ; 
Asios, B 837, M 110; Polites, »e 224; 
Achillens, Z 99 ; Peisistratos, y 400 ; 
voc. with Xaiov, of Menelaos (^even 
times); Agamemnon, S 102; Patro- 
klos, as dead, T 289 ; Achilleus, * 221 ; 
Odysseus, k 538. 

opx&Tos, 01', ov, 01, masc, (5pxoc)» 
frees planted in rows, orchard, i; 112; 
<pvTi*>v, S 123. 

dpx^ofiai, ipf. &pxc(<rOi|V, &pxivvT{o), 
aor. inf. 6pxn(rao9at, (opxog), dance, 
properly in a ring or row, S 594, B 




6px'n0^io, Tov, choral dance^ 9 263, 
N 637. 

6pxi\vnf\Vf bpxntTTai = dpxviffTTipcs, 
2 494t, dancerB, II 617. (II.) 

ipxTioTvS) m, vvy fern., saltatio, 
<ij«ce, a 152, 421. 

'Opx<>K^^^9 (0 Mtvwiye'y, X 284; 
Mtvuaov, B 611; very ancient city on 
I^ke Kopais, in Boiotia, seat of the 
treasure-house of Minyas.— (2) city in 
Arkadia, B 605. 

6pxov, ovQf masc., row of vinesy ri 
127 and a> 341. 

5pa»p€, cr, rjraif see opwfu, 

ipup^arai, to, see dpiyw. 

I. 8s, 4|, 8, ooi; (oo? B 325, a 70), 
H/Cj also ow, ^f, etc., dat. pi. ^(T(tr) E 
54 ; orig. demonstr. ; then correlative 
as in Z 59, firid' ov riva — fiijS' og ; then 
apparently also interrogative. 

(I.) demonstr. pr., thin, that; he, »A«, 
it, i], only a> 286, B 872, S 367, o 254, 
p 221, 425, V 289, 291, Z 132, 316, 
399, H 356, 4> 198, X 201 ; doubled, 
like h i — illi, 4> 353 sq. ; in first mem- 
ber of correlative period, ra, A 125, 8 
349; 0,2 460. 

(II.) relat. pron.fiffho.tffhich. — (A) po- 
sition in sentence : after monosyllabic 
preps., but before those of more than 
one syllable ; before, or following at 
an interval, a gen. part., c 448. The 
relative sentence is sometimes thrown 
in parenthetically, x 51 ; often pre- 
cedes demonstrative, 8 349 ; specify- 
ing clauses in this case added by a 
dem. pron., the place of which, in 
apod, of conditional clauses, is some- 
times supplied by 8e ; two or more 
relative sentences succeed each other, 
either without connective, »// 229, or 
the second relative falls away, /3 54, 
5 737, ^ 86 ; or may be replaced by 
a dem. or pers. pron., A 95.— -(B) Con- 
struction (a) with respect to antece- 
dent, (1) ad sensum, genere, K 
278; numerus plur. after collec- 
tives, i 96, 332 ; vice versa = ola,/i 
97, Z 228.— (2) the antecedent must 
sometimes be supplied, <r 286 ; rutv, 
8 177. — (3) antecedent assimilates to 
itself the case of the relative, ^ 649, 
01 30; more often the reverse, K 416. 
— (4) antecedent drawn into the rel. 
clause (attraction), B 38. — (b) as re- 
gards mode, (1) with ind. of existing 

circumstances, A 37 ; so especially in 
descriptions, also with kb. — (2) with 
subj. of possibility (the realization of 
which is expected), esp. in general 
statements or in comparisons, 8 165. 
— (3) with opt, of desire, H 342 ; after 
principal verb in the preterit tense, 
to denote an action repeated indefi- 
nitely often, I 94; with ks, as in prin- 
cipal sentences, A 64. — (C) relative 
clauses may be classified, (a) simply 
descriptive or explanatory, H 349. I 
1 10, K 323.— (b) hypothetical, o 72. 
— (o) final, 8 389, mittit qui dicat, 
Of (Kiv) ipii, {kbp) (iir^j khv etTroi ; so 
also after principal verb in preterit 
tense, also og iiTriv. — (d) causal, B 
239, 275, «T 222.— (e) apparently in- 
terrogative (in indirect question), 8 
740, p 363, B 365, * 609.— (D) joined 
with particles, og 8*], who plainly ; oq 
Knif who also, who too; og pa (re, B 
622); Ty yap, Z 393.— (E) o ntr. sq. 
ace. cf. quod, that, 2 197. 

II. 8s, -fl, 8v (properly afog^ Lat. 
svos, suus, then fog, folo, etc.; f 
afterward replaced in all forms by 
rough breathing), also the form rjpi^ 
one's own, a 402, t 28 [y 320]; tuus,T 
174; eius, [5 192]; usually reflexive, 
s u u s, e. g. a 269 ; ov^e 86}iov8t, to hit 
own house ; freq. with pron., to, to, etc., 
* 305, M 280, ^ 153, 2 451, i 250. It 
often precedes its noun, 7r 41 1,<t 8 (pre- 
cedes the preposition, Z 500) ; and often 
follows it, E 7 1 , Q 36, y 39 (follows prep- 
osition, 251). The noun to which it 
refers is often not the subject, though 
in the same sentence, EI 753, a 218, i 
369, \ 282, >J^ 1 53, (o 365 ; sometimes in 
another sentence, K 256, ^618, 643. 

ba-itij ovx — , non fas (est), it is 
against divine law to — ; with inf., it 
423. (Od.) 

8ox>s, 01, 17, r\v, at, o<rov, a, and 8otrot» 
01, oiffLV, ovg, 17, y, ag, ov, (a), quan- 
tus, pi. quot. (.Quantitative adj. with 
varying meaning according to its an» 
tecedent, e. g. a$ much as, how much ; 
as great as, how great ; aa far as, how 
far; its proper antecedent is roaog, 
after which it is translated as; with Hg 
or re=quidam, fere, hence oooov 
r£ =fere ; agrees in gender with the 
noun to which it refers, B 845 ; hoov 
iiri, cu far as, B 616 ; elsewh. *6aaov 

5s ircp 



T €m,'9 261, V 114 = per quantum 
spatinm; iiri 9' o<t(tov, P 368; off- 
troi vvv fipoToi, 9 '222 \ ntr. 8o^<r)ov, 
(1) a* far as (a certain distance), I 
354. — (2) quantopere, by as much 
as, hy how much, before comparatives 
and superlatives, A 186, 516. • 

Ss ircp, B 318 ; o Trep, H 114; ^ Tr^p, 
"9 79, etc.; roi Trep, riov irep = pr. rel. 
with Trip (q. v.), (1) ihe very one who 
( which) f B 318. — (2) which however, B 

titrauj y, av, {Foija, vox), fama 
divinitus ex cita, rumor, a 282; Ik 
Aiogy personified as messenger of Zeus, 
Fama, B 93, «> 413. 

"Ocnro, mountain in Thessaly, \ 31 5. 

(MTcra, see oaoQ, 

6<nrdKi, quoties, as often aSf ^ 
265 ; relative to roaaaKi, \ 585. 

6<rcrdTiov, masc, quantum, how 
ffreat, E 758t. 

6arac, T(i)y (uicfi, oc ul i), eyes ; its adj. 
often pi., N 435 ; its verb occurs in all 
three nos., M 466, O 608, N 617. 

6<rcr6|i€vos> ov, rj, part, prs., ipf. oa- 
crero, ovto, {o<t(te), see forebode, k 374, 2 
224; give to f rebode, threaten, j3 152, 
{&7 17; ivi (pptffi, a 115; v SI t see in 
spirit, picture to one's sef. 

8<rcros9 see o<roQ, 

8s Tc, iri r«, TO re, (masc. also JJtc, 
qnicunque, /i 40, I 221, IT 54, O 
468) ; TCLQ re, A 554 ; rd ri, B 262, E 
52, s 438 = oirt, V 60 ; differing from 
oc only in binding more closely to- 
gether, and emphasizing the mutual 
relation between the chief and de- 
pendent clause, that which, A 361, E 
332, I 117, O 130, S 207, rj 312, | 
466; then, without general sense, like 
qnippe qui, (are), which in fact, 
either causal, or of what is perma- 
nent or usual, v 60 : e. g. custom, A 
779; manner, y 73, X 127; occupa- 
tion, A 238 ; og pa. re, who, in fact. 

^arioVf ov, y, ov (a), 6(piv, for gen. 
and dat. pL, (ossa), bone, A 97, M 384; 
Xevjca, the bleached bones of the dead, 

8<m9> 'flJTiSj 8x1, ourivoc, rjffTivoc, 
ovTiva, o'lTivic, aiTiviQ, ovoTivaq, liari- 
vag ; also from Sris, ott(i), orreo = 
OT{T)tv, oret^, pronounce orjtf}, M 428 ; 
oriva, oreatv, OTtoifft, oriva, and uTna 
Cq. V. ), q u i c u n q u e, whosoever, which- 

soever, also distributive before (t 96) 
or after pi., y 355; also indirectly in- 
terrogative, T 167; ovK ol^' offnc, mihi 

8t*, (1) =0TE. — (2) = re, i. e. on 
re. — (3) doubtful whether e or i is 
elided, the meaning is because, A 244. 

Srav, better or dv, see on, 

8 TC, see og re. 

8tc, (see o), quom. — T. temporal, 
correlative with rare, tv9a, tiruTa. — 
(A) with indie, (1) pres., when, wh re, 
since, B 743; -Si], (i 314; on re, when 
usually, B 47 1 ; with fut. and k^v, V 
335. — (2) with preterit tenses, when, 
how, memini cum, A 396, 4> 396, P 
627 ; with pf., * 156; plupf., E 392; 
on re, with aor., E 803 ; ipf, ty 324 ; 
on 0^ pa, r 221 ; with aor., u)g ore^ as, 
then, wh'^n, V 33, A 319.— (3) iterative, 
ore irep, E 802 ; introducing a simile, d>g 
S' ore, with aor.,r 33; with fut., A 518. 
— (B) with auhy, when, (1) of possibility 
with expected realization, 4> 323, \l/ 258, 
7r 267 ; with dv,7, 448, A 164,6 373, H 
459, 406, (Trpiv — irpiv y' or dv, d 
478); with icev, Z 225, I 138, v 180, o 
446, A 567, 9 243, Y 130; u'g on Kiv, 
against the time when, /3 99. — (2) itera* 
tive (a) in general, k 486, A 263, rj 72, 
TT 72, 132, r 567, Q 417; after past 
tense, S 522 ; with kev, K 130, 1 501 ; 
dv, A 53, V 100, B 397, A 17 ; (b) in 
maxims or conventional phrases, t 6, 
(T 134, O 207, K 59 ; Ktv, X 218, T 168 ; 
(c) in similes, B 782, P 756, esp. cjg 
3' ore preceding the principal sentence 
(with roToi, A 141 ; elsewh. follg. with 
tog), B 147, X 189, e 328, ;// 158 ; follg. 
the principal sentence, A 325, A 130; 
d»C 3' or dv—wg, »e 217, K 5, Q 480, e 
394, 4/ 233 ; utg ore, without verb, tan- 
qua.m,just like, X 368 ; fiog ore, only p 
358. — (C) with opt., when, (1) condi- 
tional, N 319, /x 114, 2 465, v 390, ir 
197, S: 248, }p 185, N 319, e 189.— (2) 
iterative, the principal sentence being 
iterative (a) in sense, A 610, K 78, 2 
566, P 733, 9 220, X 510, 513, i 208, T 
233, ^ 220; with ksv, I 625; (b) in 
form, its verb being iterative, 87, F 
217. — II. causal, quom, quando, 
wihereas, since, A 244. 

hrrk fikv before dWore or ork di, Y 
49, A 566 = modo — modo, now — nom,. 




5x1, irrX (ntr. from one, never suf- 
fers elision), (1) as adv. =qu am, with 
superlatives, A 193. — (2) as conj.= 
quod, that, otti pa^ <p 415; and be- 
cause, B 255, K 52, 441. 

8, Ti, 0, TTi, see oariq. 

Stivo, oTtvac, brtc, see oariQ. 

irpoX^iDS, adv., (^dTprjpog), niwibly^ 
quickly, V 260, r 100. 

'Orpevs, f)OQi son of Dymas, king in 
Fhrygia, r ISGf. 

6TpT|p(Ss9 *^» <>«» ovcj hi {^Tpvviiiy rpkiti), 
mnible, husy^ ready, A 321, ^ 23 ; adv. 
-wf, d 735. 

STpixa«, ace. pi., (9piK)i «^* ^*^ 
Aair, Uke-cohredy B 765 f. 

*0tpvvtc£8t|s, Iphition, Y 383, 389, 
son of 'OrpvvTcvs, king of Hyde, Y 

ArpvvTvs, vv, fem., (drpvvttt), en- 
couragement, T 234, 235. 

&Tp1^VCi>» flff, «l, €/W6V, etc., ipf. WTpV- 

vov, oTpvvov, e(v), iter. 6rpvvt<yKov, fut. 
^Tpi/vew, fifi, kiov, etc., aor. iJTpvva, {iv\ 
6rpvvy(ri(y), vvai, also unaugmented, 
imp ell ere, urge on, rivd iig (tTri, 
TTpori) Ti, eiaut, -Si ; also with inf., 4 
374, O 402 ; rarely 'iinrovg, Kvvag, ri, 
hasten, maturare, 666v. nvt, speed 
one's departure ; haipovg, send forth ; 
mid. orpvviaBi, ibfjLe9(a), ipf. iirpvpovro, 
etc., make haste, k 425. 

8m, see ori. 8,tti, see cJffric. 

o^, ovict, ovxi, before vowels oIk, 
before rough breathing ovx, particle 
of objective or absolute negation, the 
thing is declared not to be so, while /xij 
(subjective negation) declares that one 
thinks it is not so, not, no; position, 
usually, at end of verse, often doubled, 
e. g., y 28, 9 280, k 551, 9 32, A 86, e 
482.— -(1) in independent assertion, also 
subjective (opt. with kb, A 271; fut. 
subj., A 262; subj. and ice, H 197; 
with reference to what is past, w 61 ; 
hypothetical, E 22). — (2) in dependent 
assertion after wg, ori, 69ovvtKa (not 
in protestation), ^ 377 ; with inf , P 
176; after verbs of thinking; in rela- 
tive sentence, A 234, B 36. — (3) in 
causal sentence after kTrei, A 1 19 ; ot(, 
A 244 ; ovvtKQ, A 111, and conclusion. 
— (4) where subst. or word used sub- 
stantively replaces subordinate clause, 
/3 50. — (5) joined closely to a verb, 
changing its meaning into its converee. 

esp. with iftdvat, €<i5, t9e\(tt, TtXkio, xpot- 
ofiy, cf also A 57, v 143, tj 251, J3 274, 
r 289 ; ovri, not a whit, by no means, 
6 292 ; oif Tra/UTrav, ov irdyxv, nequa- 
quam^ in no wise. — (6) in questions 
expecting affirmative answer, K 165, 
ij 239; also in question containing a 
summons, tj 22 ; cf E 32 and rje Kai 
ovKi. — (7) ov fid, see p-d ; ov\ atg, 
427 ; oi) pdv ov6s,A 512. 

ov, ot, I, (orig. form ofov, etc., traces 
of / at hand in many forms, s u i), as 
reflexive alwavs retains its accent : as 
simple pron. of 3 pers. enclitic; gen. 
to, tlo, elf, kBfv, eius, and more freq. 
sui {iv, only Y 464, sui; elsewh. 
eius, and enclitic); dat. ol, ei (cot, 
without f, before avr^, sibi, N 495), 
and sibi; ace. £, and (not enclitic, 
without f) if., se; not eum, earn, 
eos, but B 196 = eum, A 236 = id. 
e avTov, iiv, se ipsum, am, himself^ 

ovooiy ara, see ovq. 

ov8a9» lOQ, ti, ft, (o^oc, ov^og), so- 
lum, mrfoAie of the earth; atnrtTov, 
imm en su m ; ov^dah, and fi-eq. ov^n, 
to the ground, on the earth, k 440 ; b^dt 
6\ov ovSag, they bit the dust, see 68d^ ; 
also pavimentum, pavement; xpa- 
raiirilov, hard-surfaced, \// 46. 

o48^ {ov ^t), neque, (1) and not, rb 
(rd) y^Tj {uUtv) o (orn), B 38 ; i 408, 
with double meaning nor, and not; in- 
troduces an apodosis, E 789; causal 
(subordinative), B 873, d 493, 729; 
ovSk yap ovdk, for by no means, £ 
22; ovSe re, (a) continuative, in a 
negative sentence, nor, P 42; (b) in 
an affirmative sentence, and not, nor, 
/3 182, A 406; — rt, nor at all (sep- 
arated by intervening words, N 621, 
P 401, X 279), very freq. before olia, 
Xpff, xp^^i wi'J^ *ec., d 492 ; and with 
other verbs, A 468, fij 66 ; iroXvg, \iriv, 
TTpiv, T 169; Trdfjurav, by no means, 
at 245. — (2) yet not, and also not, F 
215, V 243; ovSi fikv, nee vero, A 
154; non profecto, B 203; non 
e n i m, 246 ; — p.iv ovde, hut also not, 
B 703, cf. y 27.--(3) ne— quidem, 
not even, -qfiniov, ne paullnlum qui- 
dem, strengthens preceding negation, 
N 106; — irep, A 452, elsewh. always 
separated ; — ei, not even if, y 115; 
— (ttg, ne sic quidem, not even thuSi 



ov ircp 

^ 427. — (4) — oifSe (not even), nor yet^ 
A 332, j8 369, ^ 492.— (5) hut not, at'ter 
/uli^ better separated, ov ^e, £ 138 ; 
and yet not, nor yet, A 124, F 215 ; ovdk 
— 6t. hut not, —hut, r 348. 

ovScvi, TO ov fjikvo^, in his courage, 
ovctvi HKUiv, yielding to no one; elsewh. 
ntr. ovdsv, nihil, nequaquam, noth- 
*^^) ^ i*o means, in no respect, A 244, 
X332. Q370, ^ 195. 

ovScv^o'-oipa ((opa), worth no notice, 
contemnenda, 6 178t. 

ovS^mri, neque usquam, nor any- 
tohere, fjt 433 = ovds iroOi, v 1 14 ; ovdk 
iroTC, neque unquam, nor ever, 
never, E 789, /3 26 ; ovdk ir<p, — ri ttw, 
nondum, not yet, A 108; neque 
ulla rat ion e, nor in any way, 

oiheripwnf in nentram par- 
tem, S 18t. 

ov86s) oXo, ov, ov, masc, (oSoq), 
limen, S 680, thresh dd of women's 
apartment; \divo^, lapideum, but v 
258, X 127 =r/97y7r(^a;/xa, fundamen- 
tam. stone foundation walls. 

ov8($s> 'P, ov, fern., (odoi;), way, p 196 ; 
yrjpaoQ, the path of old age ; iKsaQaiy 
arrive at, tread upon the path of old 
age, commonly interpreted as thresh- 
old of old age (see foregoing), which 
does not suit all passages. 

oiiOap, ara, ntr.. uber, udder, me{&- 
phorically. /fr<i.e./a^ land, 1 141. 

ovK, see ov. 

OvKHLkiyaVj ovra, Trojan counsel- 
lor, r i48t. 

ovk-^tX, non iara, non ampli- 
u s, no longer, H 357 ; — irdfiTrav, or 

— irdyxv, no more at all. 

ovK-{ = ovK, at close of verse, 5 80. 

ovXds, rag, {o\oq ? Curtius, feK 
dXiiti), harley-coms, roasted, mixed with 
salt, and sprinkled between the horns 
of victim, mola salsa, y 441f. 

ovX&|i<iv, Tov, (2. ovXog, iiXku)), dv- 
Spuiv, throng, crowd (of men), A 251. 


a{»X€ (I. ovkog), imp. pres., salve, 

— Kai fidXa x^^P^y ^^^ and a hearty 
welcome to thee, to 402f. 

ovXtjs, rjv, fem., (eXkoq, v u 1 n u s ?), 
wor^cicatrix, r 391, 219. (Od,) 

ovXi.09 (oAoof, ovXot;), pernicio- 
8 us. haleful, deadly, A 62 f. 

piXo-Kctfnivos (2. ovXog), with thick, 
curly hair, r 246t. 

o^rX^fiCvov, (e), 17, fjQ, y, tjv, u)v, prs. 
part, from oi)Xo/tat=o\\v/it, accursed^ 
8 92. Ace. to others, 2 aor. ptc. 

1. ovX<p, ov, {aoXfoQ, salvus, sol- 
lus), solid us, whole, p 343 and w 

2. oiiXos, (tiv ; rj, rjv, ag ; ov, (PoXP- 
tlpog, V e 1 1 u s, Ger. w o 1 1 e, Eng. 
wool), woollen, U 224, rainiTwv and 
xXalvav, ag, r 225, Q 646, d 50, p 89 ; 
bushy, thick, crisp. Kopav, ^ 231, ;// 158 j 
ntr., confusedly, incessantly, P 756. 

3. ovXos* oi\ €, {dXPog, oXoog), per- 
n i c i o s u s, destructive, murderous, Ares, 
E 461; Achilleus, 4> 536, E 7-17; of 
dream, haneful, B 6, 8. 

ovXo-xvTas> rdg, ( ovXdg, xkut \ 
spiinJded-harley, poured or scattered 
from baskets, (5 761, between the horns 
of the victim, A 458, as initiatory sac- 
rificial rite ; KardpxtoOai, — begin the 
solemn rites. 

OvXvpm'os, see 'OXvpirog. 

ov|i<Ss = o tfjiog, 6 360 f. 

o6v, particle, never standing alone, 
i g i t u r, then, therefore, ( 1 ) resumptive, 
r 340, N 1 ; iTTti ovv, K 467.— (2) con- 
tinuing or furtherdeveloping a thought, 
a 414, hence; fikv ovv, d 780. — (3) car- 
rying the thoughts backward, kwd oifv, 
since once for ail; tog ovv, so when, 
when then, A 57 and T 4, O 363, p 226. 
— (4) used in appending an attendant 
circumstance in harmony with what 
precedes, neither certainly nor; neither, 
nor yet; according as it occurs in the 
first or second of correlative clauses : 
p.i]r' ovv — p.r}Te, p 401 ; ovt ovv — ovrt, 
rt 414 ; ovdk Tig ouv, ^ 254; yap ovv, 
for certainly, B 350 ; tl y ovv, if in any 
case, E 258. 

ovvcKa = ov evfKa, (1) quamob- 
rem, therefore, corresponding to rovvt- 
Ka, r 403. — (2) quod, quia, because, 
AW, 8 569.--(3) that, a 216. 

ovvccrOc, see ovofiai. 

ovvofJia, see ovofia. 

ov ircp, not at all, S 41 6. ov irri, (1) 
nequaquam, in no way, t 410. — (2) 
= ov iro0(i), A 278, N 309, nusquam, 
nowhere, ov iroTC, n u n q u a m, Z 1 24. 
ov ir«, (1) nondum, not yet, A 224, 
/3 118. — (2) = ov TTiog, in no tvise, F 
306. ov ir« iroT(c), 123, /i 98, never 
yet at any time, ov irws» nulla ra- 
ti one, nequaq^uam^ w>Ko\d^ «u w^ 





terms; tffn, with inf., c 103, t 411 ; ab- 
solutely, X 136. 

o^pa, see ovpov, 

o{»p(uai, fern, pi., (ohpa), fp^X^St hairs 
of the tail, ^ 520t. 

Ovpavtwvcs, (t)v, {qvpav6(^\ caeli- 
tes, heavenly, celestial^ li 547 ; Bio'i, A 
570, 1 15 ; also as subst., E 373, 898. 

ovpav66€v ( ovpavoQ \ c a e 1 i t u s, 
from heaven, also with i^ — ,9 19 ; 
UTTO — , 4> 199. ovpav60i tt/oo, before, 
i. e. not yet having passed through and 
beyond the vault of the heavens, under 
the sky, P Sf. 

ovpaf o-|Li{ia|S (jirJKog), high as heaven, 
t 239t. 

ovpav6s> ov, (p, 01/, masc, heaven, (I) 
conceived of as fortress of brass or 
iron; above the alGrip, B 458; hence 
ovpaviv \kh, makes its way up to 
heaven, t 20, o 329. — (2) as home of 
gods ; ix^vaiv, inhabit ; Olympus 
towers aloft and its summit penetrates 
into heaven, A 497 ; invoked as wit- 
ness to oath, EvpvQ, O 36, t 184. 

ovpca, see opog, m o n s, mountain, 

ovptvt;, only pi. ovpT|cs» €v<n, rjag, 
mulus, mule, A 50; but in interpo- 
lated verse, K 84 = ovpovQf guard, 

o{»pij, dat. ovpy, pi. -ymv, cauda, 
tail, of wild beasts, H 215 ; of the 
hound Argos, p 302. 

ovpCaxos, ov, (ovpa'), eyx^og, the 
thicker, butt end of spear, N 443, 11 612. 
(II.) (See cut under dfji<f>i-yvoiaiv.) 

1. ovpov, a, (u|wvu/ut), t)fii6vouv, utv, 
mules' range, 9 124, K 351, as much 
as a pair of mules can plough, for 
which the later word was nXsOpov, i. e. 
iriXfOpor, point at which the team, hav- 
ing finished the furrow, tnms, /'rrow'* 
length ; citTKov, ^431, discus-throw ; as 
measure of distance, 9 124. 

2. ovpos> ov, 01, masc., (aara).yretr 
wind, e 268 ; proleptically licfievov, fol- 
lowing, favoring, /i 420. 

3. o^pov, tov, pi. aim, (ppog), land- 
mark, boundary, 4> 405, M 421. 

4. ovpos, ov, masc, {fopoQ, opav), 
guardian, o 89; 'Axaivitv, bulwark of 
the Achaians, y 411. 

5. ovpog, tog, dat. pi. ovptai, see opog, 

6. ovpog, o^pov«, rovg, (dpvaaw), 
efitfhes or channels, serving as ways for 

the ships, leading from the camp down 
to the sea, B 153f . 

ovs> ace. sing., iiolv, dat. pi., and 
ovaros, r{a), aoi, auris ; ait ovarog, 
far from the ear, = unheard, 2 272 ; 
from resemblance to an ear. handles, 
A 633. 

ovrdHttv, prs. part., ipf. ovra^ov, 
pass. -^ovTo, aor. ovra(r({v), y, at, pf. 
pass. ovraoTQi, f.ikvog ; also from oyrdta, 
aor. ovTt|o^, iter. ovrqoaoKe, aor. pass. 
ovTT)9dg ; from ovTijfxi, imp. ovrdt, aor, 
3 sing, ovra, iter. ovraoKe, inf. ovrd- 
fiiv{ai), and pf. pass, ovrdfikvriv, ot, 
icere, hit, wound by cut or thrust, 
avToox^^'^^ 8,nd avToox^dov, rivd, also 
with ace. of part hit ; with double 
ace, A 467, N 438, x 294 ; with /card, 
A 338, ^ 446; tXKog, vulnus infli- 

ovTC, neque, neither, nor; usually 
corresponding to ovrt or ov; also to 
ovSk, or to TE, Kai, Sb ; ovra ri, d 264, 
A 108. 

oirqcrcurKC, see ovrdt^tov, 

ovTi, see ovTig. 

oirrlSavdsy oio, oXffiVj worthless, A 

ovTi9, Tivi, riv(a), rtvfg, n, parts 
often written separately, null us, no 
one, ovTi, as adv., nequaquam, not at 
all, by no means, with verbs, /3 411, B 
338, /3 235, A 241 ; — yi, H 142, I 
108, ^ 515 ; with adjs., 9 81, A 153; 
with advs., A 416; ov n't ri, Y 361. 

Ovris, Tiv, fabled name, No-man, 
I 366, 369. 

ovTOi, certainly not, a 203, i 27, 211. 

ovTos, avTTi, TovTO, hic, this, refer- 
ring to what is in the mind, or to what 
is mentioned or known, T 178, 200, 229, 
T 8 ; in reference to second person, K 
82 ; in contrast to iyu), y 359, a 57, 9 
141 ; used antithetically, v 230, Z 352, 
X 254, 70, 78 ; Kai fxot tovt dyopfvaov, 
a 174, S 645, v 232 ; used correlative- 
ly, r 177 ; referring back to something 
already mentioned, n 373, A 126,/8 256; 
freq. with yi : where apparently refer- 
ring to what follows, K 431, a 267, « 23, 
V 314, 17 299, 200, to be, however, 
explained as epexegetical (offering ad- 
ditional explanation), or ovrog refers to 
what is known or has preceded ; it is 
never used like ode in wider signlf., 
nor in reference to time. 




ovTCDS, before consonants ovnoj (ov- 
To^), s i c, thusy sOf in reference to what 
is present in sight or thought, e 377, * 
184 ; with verb in 2 pers., k 378, A 243, 
K 37, E 249 ; in 3 pers., T 42, 169, E 
717; referring back (1) to a single 
thought, y 358, (f> 257, A 131, H 198, 
T 155 (closing a sentence, 6 485, t 146, 
X 348). — (2) to a hypothetical sen- 
tence, /3 334, r 128, K 129.— (3) — 
^^, s i c i g i t u r, thus then, B 158, e 204, 
9 167, 80 true is it that; interrogative, 
S 88, 201, 553 ; — Orjv, N 620 ; re- 
ferring apparently to what follows, N 
225,5 69,0 373,^148,^465; tanto- 
pere, B 120; — (ag, ^ 440, o 341 cf. 
ita — ut, a 236; so certainly as, N 
825. (Etym. old abl. ourwr.) 

ovxt before rough breathing, see ov. 

ovx^, non, no^ not, O 716, tt 279. 

&<|>ciXov, ipf. indie, pi., and pass. ipf. 
c^tiKerOy owe, with XP"^C> * debt, A 
688, 686, 698. 

*O^XkoTt)Sf ao, (1) a Trojan, slain 
by 1'eukros, B 274. — (2) a Paionian, 
slain by Achilleus, * 210. 

1. 60«XXta> (6<f>ti\ui), i<|>^XXciS9 ft, tre, 
ipf. o(j>e\\ov, o>0fXXov, €(,-, f, aor. o^tXov, 
«(.-, (*v),and (jj^t\f, €r(t), pass. prs. 6^k\- 
Xerai, debere, owe, XP"0C» a debt; in 
aor., debebam, of impossible wish, 
ought to have, etc., freq. with aWe^ iWt, 
w(,-, also with /uij, u tin am, would that, 
A 380, * 279, Q 764, /3 184, I 698, P 

2. 6<^^XXci99 ft, toot, ei€v, iiv, ovcra, 
ipf. io<i>i\\ov, tQ, (f), o0fXXf(v), pass. 
opeWtTo, augere, increase, augment, V 
62, Y 242, TT 174; B 420, laborem 
auxit ingentem, prolepsis, incr ase 
so as to be dreadful; >J^ 524, stand in 
stead; fivBor, multiply words. 

&<|>€Xos, TO, commodum, advan- 
tage; with flvai, yiviodat, prodcsse, 
profit, N 236, X 513. 

*O^^Tio«, (1) a Greek, slain by 
Hektor, A 302.— (2) a Trojan, slain 
by Euryalos, Z 20. 

6<^aX.|i<^, oXo, ov, if, ov; ts), oliv, 
oi, Cjv, o7(T(tv), ovc, (owwiror), oculus, 
eye, A 587; ^o\ai, S 150, glances; ic 
6<f>ya\fiovc, in conspectuni, before 
one's eyes; cf. iv ofpOaXfioXoiv, 9 459; 
cf. also S 47. 

6<^Vy masc, [5], anguero, snake, 
M 208t. 

64p&9 T. temporal: (1) aliqnam- 
diu, sometime^ O 547. — (2) dum, a« 
hng q g^jtvMle, (a) with indie, of aclu- 
ality, B 769. — (b) with subj. of proba- 
bility, (a) so long, as long as, ^ 47, A 
477,*^ or 132; Kfv, 9 147, Q 553; dr, 
X 388 ; Ktv and dv — roippa, /3 124, e 
361, ^ 259, A 202; (6)jm^ with Ktr, 
r 17; with dv, 2 409, P 186. — II. 
final : in order that (freq. of the in- 
tention~15f^tteStniy, B 359); oippa ra- 
X^f^'ra, A 269 ; u0/o' eiiriu, 276 ; tv 
fiSyg, A 185, (a) with indie, fut., d 
163, p 6. — (b) with subj. 140 times 
(Kt'v 9, dv 7 times), the verb of prin- 
cipal sentence being (a) imp. or imp. 
inf , 9 27, X 391, P 685 (k(v, a 182, Q 
636 ; dv, p 10), I 370, X 343 {kbv, k 
298) ; 03) subj., ^ 83, xfy 255 (Kiv, B 
440) ; (7) opt., Q 75, o 431 ; (d) indie, 
fut., Z 365, n 423 (k^, t 45, y 359) ; 
pres., n 195, 31, M 281 (firj, A 578 ; dv, 
a 363) ; pret., tv 234, y 15, A 486 (dv, k 
65, O 23).— (c) with opt., H 340, 349 ; 
assimilated through influence of prin- 
cipal verb, V 80. — III. special cases, 
referrible to I. or II. with subj., Z 258 
{dv, T 24 ; Kkv, Q 431). 

i<j>pv<Sco'0'a, from c<ppvc, cf. su- 
percilium, on the brow or edge of 
a steep rock, beetling, high- throned, X 

6(f>pvg, &<|>pitos9 vci, vag = vc, fern., 
brow, I 620 ; T 151, brow of a hill. 

8x(a) (cf. t4ox«), always before dpi- 
oTog, a, etc., eminenter, by far, A 
69, w 429, y 129. 

6xco'<j>i9 see oxog. 

ix*T-T|Y<5s (J>X^'^^Si oyu)), laying out 
a ditch, 4> 257 f. 

ix*^» V^i V^^i "f> masc, (fX*^)> hold- 
er, (1) chin-strap of helmet, F 372.— (2) 
clasps on belt, A 132. — (3) bolt (as in 
cut No. 32), M 121. 

hx^^Wy kovrag, pass, kta^aiy ipf. 3 
sing. oxftTo, ipf. iter. dxtfOKov, fut. mid. 
hxiioovrai, aor. oxnoaTo, v eh ere, bear; 
play, vTiiriaag', elsewh. endure; pass, 
and mid., vehi, be borne, drive, sail, P 
77, £ 54. 

*Oxii<''ios9 an Aitolian, father of Pe- 
riphas, E 843 f. 

6x9iit>, &xB^^^^* 6x9i](Tag, {dx9ov), 
aegre ferre, indignari, bear with 
indignation, take ill, A 570; p,ky, in 
great wrath, ^ 30 •, 1 4^1 ,hfcu»\j aWvwxxV 




(txu>). rip a, litus, 6a«A;, shore^ * 17, 
171, 172, I 132. 

^xXcvvrai —iovraij from 6;^\€C(;, (6^- 
Xu(,), arc aircp* atra^, 4> 261f. 

^xXCotrciav, 3 pi. opt. aor. from 6%- 
Xi'^w, (6xX«t)» twrtiW heave from ksplacef 
raise, M 448, t 242. 

ntr. pi., (/^<x» veho), chariot, A 160, 
A 297. 

2. ox®^» ^®b P^» (^X*"*)' vriijv, places 
of shelter for ships, c 404t. 

o*//, ^os9 «', oT(rt), usually with /^, 
FoTTOQ, Forra but oirt, fern., {P^rr-f vo- 
cis), vox, (1) »o»<je ; 6Atyy, with faint, 
feeble voice; also of insects and ani- 
mals, r 152, A 435. — (2) speech, words, 
H 53. 

6^ {otnaOi), pes tea, afterward, 

P 466, A 161; sere, late, I 247, £ 272, 
* 232. 

i^c£ovrf99 desiderative part from 
uyj/onai, desiring to see, with gen.,. S 


i^t-yovos, wv, (6i//€, yovoc), fote- 
6om, posterity, posteri, postumus, 
II 31, r 353. 

&i|rXfM>v {6\l/c),late (coming), B 325t. 

ou/(^', &^ci, fern., {6\pofiai), potoer of 
sight ; icHv, see with one's eyes, T 205, 
)// 94; conspectus, species, ap- 
P'-arance. exterior, Z 468, Q 632. 

A^X-T^€<rTOV (rtXlw), fa<« offulfiU' 
ment, B 325 f. 

6^<S|Mvos, etc., see opono. 

&^ov, ov, ntr., (syj^to), that which is 
cooked and eaten with bread ; onion, A 
630, noTtf, as relish with wine ; y 480, 


wdLycv =irayi;(Tav, irayi;, see irffyvvfii. 
• vdyoi, masc, (Trqyvvfii), scopuli, 
cUffs, e 405 and 411. 

irdY-x<^Kos, and -xaX«oc, ov, Cy«X- 
fcoc), o^ o/" bronze, 9 403 ; fig., a man 
with sinews of brass, T 102. 

vay-xp^fnoi (jcputro^), aU of gold, B 

iro-YX^ ix^P^i instead of iray\vhiv, 
cf. pudijv, lit. " pouring out, heaping 
up every thing"?), prorsus, alto- 
gether, wholly, absolutely, f> 217. 

irddc, Uiv, yoOa, see vdtrxf**' 

iratSviSs (rrdig), p u er, lad, mere child, 
21 and m 338. 

irat8o-<^6voio (<l>6vog), murderer of 
one's children, Q 506t. 

irai^ovoTi, part, ovrutv, ovtrac, aor. 
imp. TcaiaaTi, iirdiQ), ludere, play, 
also of dance, 9 251 ; cr^aipy, game at 
ball, K 100. 

Ilatif «#v, ovoQ, physician of the gods, 
E 401, 899; from him the Egyptian 
physicians traced their .descent. S 232. 

vatif ov«^ song of triumph or thanks- 
giving (addressed to Apollon^ A 473, 
X 391. 

TlaUavy ovfCi tribe in Makedonia 
and Tlirake, on river Axios, allies of 
Trojans, II 291 ; dyKvXoTo^oi, K 428; 
SoXixtyx^^Qi 4> 155 ; iTTKOKopvordg, II 

naiovt8v|9, Agastrophos, son of 
naiwv, A 339, 368. 

naiovti), fertile territory of the 
naiovfc, P 350,* 154. 

iratiraXiScvTOS, iotrr^Q, y, av, (vcik' 
Xu>?), rugged, rough, N 17, 33, P 743, 
K 97. ^(A word of uncertain meaning.) 

irdls, in thesis of first foot, iraiQ v 
337, ^(if* ^1, (a), irai ; (f) ; «c, wv, ai 
and ^i<j(n{v), {irdP-ig, pover=puer), 
child, (T 216, S 688; maiden, d 13; 
daughter, tf 313, a 278 ; son, A 512, 
I 37 ; young, * 282 ; with vsog, $ 665. 

Ilciurds, town on the Propontis, E 
612, see 'A7rai<r6c. 

irai^doxrovoo, intensive form from 
stem of 0a-oc, exsplendescens, 
dazzling, B 450f . 

irdXai (Trdpog), ol im, long ago, opp. 
viov, I 527, vt)v, I 105; iamdiu, 
pridem, long, all along, p 366, v 293, 




v&Xob-YCvli, kg, dat. and voc. sing., 
(ykvog), grandaevus, /aW of yecarsy 
r 386, X 395. 

(fraXac), sen ex, old^ aged, ancient, ^ 
1l8, a 395; ffitoUyS 136; vetustus, 
/3 293, 340; comp. TraXaioripot/C; se- 
niores, ^ 788. 

tatio, toregtUng-match, >i^ 701, d 126. 

ir&Xaurra^, roasc, (TraXatiu), 1 u c t a- 
tores, wrestlers, 246 f . 

'iraXai-<|>dTov, a, (0}};4(), pridem 
edit a, uttered Umg ago; Bkotpara, va- 
ticinia; dpvo^, famed in faJbU, myth- 
ical, T 163. 

vakaiui, ipf. liraXaiov, fut icaXai- 
OHQ, aor. kwoKaKTiv, (TrdXi}), 1 u c t a r i, 
tores^, "i" 621, ^ 343. 

iroXctf&T), au>v, y<K'^)) ^^^"^1 pal ma, 
paim of the hand, F 338, /3 10 ; hand, 
fist,V 128, e 111. 

1. TraXdocna, fut. ir&Xa{^|icv, pass, 
ipf. {i)'jra\da(itTo, pf. TrtTraXayfievov, 
ai, plupf. rreTraXaKTO, (irdWw), con- 
spergere, inquinare, besprinkle, 
ttain, defile, v 395, A 169 ; xiipai:, A 

2. 9raAa(r(rai, mid. pf. ircirdXacrOc, 
a<r0ot, (TrdAXw), — KXnpfp^ of men, <e- 
fec^ amicmg themselves by lot, which was 
shaken in helmet, H 171 and t 331. 

irdXT), »/, (7rdXXta>), luctatio, torest- 
Ung, Hr 635 and G 206. 

v&X^X'Xoya (ttoXiv, Xeyw), rnrsus 
coUigenda, recollecta, A 126t. 

ircCXiiii-ircT^Ss ntr., as adv., (irsTOfiai), 
strictly retro volando, recidendo, 
= retrorsam, back, back again, H 
395, £ 27. 

vdXi|ii-7rXd^(ii, only pass. aor. part. 
-vXayx^^y^OLy ac, strictly retro re- 
p u 1 s u m, repulsed, v 5 ; d iven back (in 
disgrace), = male mulcatos, A 59. 

irdXlv {irdpog), retro, back, back 
c^ain, A 59; iroiriffe, transform; also 
with gen., back from, rpkirHv, Y 439 ; 
with avTiQ, back again ; OTricrffia, with 
strengthening force; Xd^tro, r etr ac- 
ta v it, take back, unsay; ipkei, 1 56, 
con trad icet, gainsay. 

irdXiv-ttYP^TOv {ay pa), recipien- 
dum, rfoocoife, A 526f. 

vdXiv ipi&^vu, du. part. aor. mid. 
from opvvfii, retro ruentes, rushing 
back, A 326t. 

irSkLv-opaoi (opwfu), resiliens, 
springing back, F 33 f. 

tr&Xiv-TXTci (nVw), ntr., retributa, 
— epya = vengeance, a 379 and /3 144. 

ir&X^v-Tovov, a, (jdvui), bent back, 
having impulse to bend backward, 
elastic, quivering, 6 266, 11. 

iraXi-p-p^diov (p69oi:),foamir^ backj 
refluent, t 430 and t 485. 

traXt-(i)<0{is, tv, (luiK^g, Siwku)), pur- 
suit back again, rally, M 71. 

troXXoKis, idog, 161, fern., concubine, 
1 449, 4 203. 

IlaXXcts, ddog, epithet of Athena, 
according to the explanation of the 
ancients, from 9rdXX<u, as brandishing 
the Aigis and the spear, K 275, ^ 828, 
A 200, 400, £ 1, a 125, £ 510. 

iraXXciv, utv, prs., ipf TrdXXor, i{v\ 
ofxtv, and mid. pi*s. TrdXXcrai, vjitvog, 
T), wv; act. aor. TrfjXt, TrtjXai, mid. 2 
aor. TrdXro, swing, brandish, xc|0<riV; 
shake, KXifpovg ; mid., cast lot for one^s 
sdf or (of several) among each other ; 
iaculari, hurl weapons; O 645, tv 
dvTvyt, hit himself on the shield-rim 
= stumbled over the shield; X 461, 
quivering at heart, with palpitating 
heart ; X 452, my heart leaps up to my 

ndX|ivs, vog, a Trojan chief, N* 

trdXTO = twaXro, from TrdXXoi. 

iraX^vciv, ipf. tTrdXvpe, TrdXvvs, ov, 
aor. part. TraXvpar, {TrdXXut, pul-vis), 
strew or sprinkle upon, barley meal upon 
meat (2 560, for repast), dXtpirov dicry ; 
inspergere, dX^ira. 

irajj^^AavCa), jisXavag, entirely, jet 
black, K 525. (Od.) 

ndp,p,a>v, son of Priamos, Q 250t. 

trd|ii-irav, p r o r s u s, altogether, joined 
with verb, T 334 ; with adj., y 348 ; 
usually with neg. ov, ovri, ovKeri, ovSh 
= not at aU, by no means ; fit] — , let no 
man whatever, <r 141. 

tra)JMToiKiXoi, pi., cdl variegated, em- 
broidered all over, irkicXoi, Z 289 and 

irdfi-irpon-os, very first, H 324, 1 93 ; 
'irpioTov, 8 780 (Od.), and -frpiora, A 
97, P 56S, first of all. 
. 'irafi,<|>a£r{|0'i, subj., and -wv, ov9' = 
ovra, ovrag, alvov, part, prs., ipf. 3 pi. 
7rdp(patvov, (redup. from (paivto), gleam^ 
shine, with dat., va. qx V\^Ja.> 'Ia VA, 




S 11; arnBioi, with white-shining, 
i. e. naked breasts. 

trapMJM&v^wvTOSj a, oinan, owaavj (as 
if from "(pavdu), 0nrot)» bright-shining, 
beaming^ glistening, £ 619, ^ 42, B 458. 

trav-diYpov, gen.. iaypa\ aU-catching, 
of fisher's net, E 487 f. 

irav-aC9T)<ri, dat. pi., (ae^w), all glow- 
ing, burnished, 3 372f . 

irdv-aioXos, oi/, (aioXog), all gleam- 
ing, glancing^ A 186, K 77. 

vav-dirtXy, dat, {airaXog^ very ten- 
der, youthful, V 223t. 

iroy-diroTfios {voTHoq), aU hapless, 
Q 255 and 493. 

vdi'-dpYvpoy, aU of silver, i 203 and 
to 275. 

irdv-u({>-i^\iKa (^Xc^ riOivai, deprived 
of all playmates, X 490 f. 

IIdv-ax^i'°^> ^^f collective Achaians, 
host of the Achaians, B 404. a 239. etc. 

irdv-d-flSpioy (d-, wpiy), ali-immature, 
having left home 1 440, as vrimog, U 

irav-8a)JictT<»p (dafiav), cdl-svibduing, 
Q 5 and c 373. 

IlaySttpfos, ov, friend of Tantalos; 
his daughter Aedon, r 518 ; the latter 
caiTied off by the Harpies, v 66. 

ndvSdpos, son of Lykaon, leader 
of Lykians, faithless archer, A 88, 
E 168, 171, 795, B 827 ; slain by Dio- 
medes, E 294. 

irav-8ii)fiio« (dnfJiog), belonging to all 
the people, public, (t If. 

IIov8t«v, a Greek, M 372t. 

IlavSoicof, ov, a Trojan, wounded 
by Aias, A 49 Of. 

IIdv-A\T|V€Sy united Greeks, i. e. in- 
habitants of Hellas or northern Greece, 
B 530t. 

irdr-TJ^cip, adv., all day long, v 3\f. 

irav - T)|&cpiO«, ov, ot, oig, iriQ, iy, 
(tifiap), aU day long, i. e. {}) from mom 
to eve, S 356. X 11. — (2) what remains 
. of a day, A 472, cf. A 592. 

IIciv8o£8ir|s, son of Panthoos, (1) 
Euphorbos, P 70. — (2) Polydamas, 
5; 454. 

IIaK-doos» ov, if, son of Othrys, 
father of Euphorbos and Polydamas, 
priest of ApoUon, at Delphi, then at 
Troja, a counsellor, r 146, P 9, 23, 40, 
59, O 522. 

irciy-Cv|ui8<Sy, adv., in fall wrath, 

irav-vjtxiois ov, ot, rj, and -vvxoQi o^, 
ot, {vv^, the whole night long, the rest of 
the night, /3 434. 

vciv-o^j^itfj dat., {ofi^t]), author of 
all omens, all-oisclosing, dfjupai, 6 250f . 

Ildy-aireus, (1) father of Epeios, 
"¥ 665.— (2) city in Phokis on the 
Kephisos, B 520, P 307, X 581. 

Ildy-^^, a Nereid, 2 45t. 

irdy-op|ioi, offering moorage at all 
points, coniDementfor landing, v 195t. 

trdy-^^ios {o^iq), in every body^s eyes, 
openly, pa 1am, $ 397t. 

iray-<rw8f]3 (ahvu} ; v. 1. TraaarvSly), 
summo impetu, with cUl haste, A 

irdvTTi, also -y, (irag), on all sides, in 
all directions, fi 233, P 354. 

irdvToOcv {Trag),from every quarter, 
n 110. 

iravToCov, ot, mv, ot<T{i), ovg; rj, rig, 
Tfv, at, yg, ac, (Trag), varius, o/* every 
idnd, manifold, B 397 ; in various guise, 
p 486. 

•irdyT<Krc (irag), in first or fifth foot, 
on every side, E 508 ; in other feet, 
iravToa ; ( rravroff iicrriv, round, F 

irdyrcdS) adv., omT\\T\o,by aU means ; 
with oi), by no means, r 91, 6 450. 

irdy-vir€pTdTT|, extrema, farthest 
off, last, t 25t. 

irdy-vcrraTOS} the very last, t 452, 
* 547. 

irainrd(ov<ri (^irainrag) rtva, say 
papa, all one father, E 408f . 

irdinrd, voc, pc^a, father, Z 57t. 

irairra^ycToy, indie. 3 du., part, -tov, 
ovTt, eg, t, aor. TronrTrive, part, -ag, avra, 
ao^a^, look narrowly, cautiously about 
one, afi^i «; at, or over avct, Kara, rt, 
Kara Svfiov; look in quest of, deside- 
rare, Tivd, A 200; dttvov, torva 
t u e r i , glare fiercely. 

irdp, (1) = irapa, q. v., in anastro- 
phe, oxOag rrdp A 499. — (i') = Tra'/o- 
eoTi, I 43; = irdpetm, A 174; y 325, 
praesto sunt, are at hand. 

irdpd, a K 242 ; an old case-form (cf 
Tcdpog) appears as locative irdpat, B 
711: with gen., O 175; ace, B 711, 
r 359 ; dat., O 280 ; apoc. irdp, orig. 
as bAy., alongside, by, near, A 611, usu- 
ally preposition. — I. with gen., from 
beside, from, rivog, from some one; 
vav<pi, from the ships ; esp. with verbs 




of receiving to denote the source, Trip 
Ztji^og. — II. witli dat., beside, vjith, by, 
A 329 ; ox«<r0tv, E 28 ; vaixpiv, H 281 ; 
usually with verbs implying rest, but 
also as locative with verbs of placing, 
o 488 (dtivaij ilcrty etc.), TTifftiv, KvXtvdt- 
aOai] penes, \ 175. — III. with ace, 

(1) to (a place) b'side, unto, along by, 
esp. with verbs of motion, yet also wiih 
verbs with which, in English, no idea 
of motion is associated, <p 64, Z 34. — 

(2) secunduni, close to, by, B 522, A 
34, M 352. — (3) praeter, beyond, A 
167; in excess of, 3vvafiiv ; fiolfjav, 
contrary to right. — IV. by anastrophe, 
1rdp«^ 2 400, Q 429 ; Trap (for greater 
clearness, Trap', S 191) and irdo, q. v. ; 
also =7rdpk(rTt, tt 45, E 603 ; T 148, 
penes te est, t7 rests with thee; or 
= irdpiKTi, d 559. — V. in composition, 
the word appears in the significations 
already mentioned, but notice with 
fSdWto, TiOtifitf the meanin«r before, E 
369, I 90; and the idea of beguiling 
or cunningly diverting which may 
sometimes be expressed by mnm, 
aside, A 555, tt 287. 

rrapa-fiaivui, trap • • • ^awiroy let 
him mount by (thy) side (on the chariot), 
A 512 ; pf. part. 7rap(3t(3awg, wrt, 
stand ng by one (rivi) upon the chariot, 
A 522. (II.) 

irapa fSdWere, imp. prs., and aor. 
(h)l3d\iv, ifiaXov, throw down (fodder) 
before, 504. E 369, 5 41 ; mid. /3«\- 
X6fitvog,si'aking, I 322. 

ir^Cp-i'Pao'Kc, was standing by his side 
as combatant. A I04t. 

irdpa-p\ii8T)v, adv., (/3aAXu>), covert^ 
kf, maliiiousli/, A Gf. 

Trapa-^XioaKtJ, pf. irap|ii^}JipXo»KC, go 
with help to the side o/*, A 1 1 and Q 73. 

irdpa - pXwircs ( fSX^-rru) ), looking 
askance (from shame, with ace. of re- 
spect), 1 503 f. 

irdp - r^iyvtroy intererat, wcu 
present at; Sani, cenae. p 173t. 

irapa-^apdai'w, only 2 aor. eSpdOfv, 
slept besile me (v 88), and dpd6tetv 
0t/Voriyrt, share the pleasures of love 
vjithr—, ^ 163. 

irapc^kxo/jiai, aor. -c8c|aTOy p cr- 
eeper at, receive at hands of—, Z 

iropoSpaOcciV, see Trapa^apOdioj. 

vapaSpaf&^TTiVy see itapurpixio. 

irapa-Spdu), only SpcMiKri, rivi, per- 
forrih in the service of, o 324f . 

iropd-Sii^cvai, aor. inf., (Jbvui), steal 
past, ^ 416t. 

irdp-octSciv, cot, sing lefure, x 348 f. 

irap-attpui, aor. pass. -ti^pOr), hung 
down, II 34 If. 

irapai-pdrai {jSaivu)), waniors, who 
stand beside the charioteer, and tight, 
^ 132t. 

irapaitrcirt6T)0'i, 7ri6(i}v, see irapa- 

irdp-aioxa (maa), adverse, A 381f. 

irdp-ato-o-ovTOS) part, prs., aor-r/t^ev, 
av, {diaoai), charge by ; rivd, A 615. 

irapai<j>d^cvo99 see Trapa^i/fti. 

irapa(-<t>ao-i9 {<Pw)'> persuasiony en- 
j couragement, A 793 and O 404. 

irapaKdppdXc, see follg. 

irdp(X-ic»ra-/3aXX((;, aor. Kdp-PaXcv, 
ov, lay about, *" 127 and 683. 

irapa KaTa-\t;)^w, aor. mid. cXckto, 
(\f\oi,-), ry, he had hid himself down 
by her, I 565t. 

irdpd-KCirai, ipf. fKuro, iter. iKtcfKt- 
ro, freq. in tmesis, k 9, v 424, K 75, 77 ; 
lay near him (oi), 416; before him 
stood, Q 476 ; 1 i c e t, ^ 65. 

irapa kXmv, passing by, 11 263 f. 

irdpa-KXXSdv, adv., (KXivoj). evasively, 
S 348 and p 139. 

irdpa-KXfvas, aor. part., (ktXiVw), in- 
clining to one side, v 301 ; turning aside, 
* 424. 

irdpa-KoCTT|9, ac, ace. pi., (Koirri), 
bed-fellow, husband, maritus, Z 430 
and e 156. 

irdpd-KOiTiSy 7, IV, (Koirrf), vjife, 
uxor, r 53,* 479. 

irdpa Kpciido-as, aor. part., {Kpipdv- 
vvpi), letting hang d vm, N 597t. 

irdp - cXcfdro, aor., siibj. XiKof-totj 
{Xkxog), sleep by the site of; rivi tpiXt'.- 
Ti]Ti, have intercourse with, S 237, A 

irdp-duci^ot)icvos, aor. part^ (dfjui- 
fiio), driving pist, rtvd, ^ 3l0f . 

irdpd p^VT), subj., -fiiverf, pfvcvrMVy 
imp., fjuv'tfjitv, inf. prs., ipf. /xevov, aor. 
fjLiiva, -sfAnvEv, {fjsvw), and ^tp^vuv, 
ipf 'Sfiipvev, nmiin withy rivi. y lli>, 
A 4( 2, O 400 ; tarry, hold out, rr 74, 
/3 207. 

irdpd- pv?T|<ra£piT)v, opt., trntrOoi, inf. 
aor., {/jiv6Boiiai, fiiJGog), encourage, ex^ 
hort, with inf., 1 684^0 45». 




TTorpa-t-'j/fw, see irap-fvriveov. 

trapa-vVifouai, fut., (vfix*o)f swim 
along near (the shore), € 41 Tf. 

irap-aKTa (di/ra), sideways, ^r 1 1 Gf. 

irap-aTra^KTicto, aor. iljtra<f>c, cajo'e, 
^ 360; with inf. in tmesis, ^ 488. 

trapai-7r(i6^(u, aor. circurcv, 2 aor. red. 
subj. TTtirtOym, part. TTfTrtOouera, irap- 
TnnWiov, ovrtg, «?in oter, tckeedle, H 
120; with inf., x 213. 

irapd-Tri/iTTOi, aor. ^c)i^c, guided 
past, fi 72t. 

irdpa-7rXa^(i>, aor. ^irXayfc, rfWre 
aumyfrom, rivog, i 81, r 187 ; confuse, 
perplex, v 346 ; part. aor. -tirXdyxOri, 
went aside, O 464. 

irdpa-v\TJYas> ace. pi. from -ttX^^, 
{irXdttJj), beaten on the side by waves, 
i. e. shdving, slapir^, £418. 

irdpa-TrXoito, 3 sing. aor. -^irXa>, 
(ttXeuj), praetervecta est, sailed by, 
fi 69t. 

TTopci-irvcvati, subj . aor. from irveto, 
blow out by the side, escape, k 24t. 

irdpa - ppT)To£, oi(Ti, (^PpriToi^ ver- 
bum), (1) to be influenced by words, 
iirttacri, placable, I 526. — (2) ntr.,^er- 
muision, N 726. 

irdpa-aTd8<Sv, adv., (irapitTTtifii), go- 
ing up to, O 22. (Od.) 

irdpa-(r0aAXo>, aor. ^<r<|>T)\cv, caused 
to glance awny^ 6 3 1 1 f . 

irapa-<rxcV^^> ^^^* ^"^* ^^^^ Trapexw- 
irapa irdwiro'cv, aor. iix)m Tavino, 

{riivui), spread out before, a 138. (Od.) 

trapd-TeKtaivofiai, aor. 0])t. r€KfTif\- 

vaio, airo, {tsktcov), transform, alter, 

S 54, with dWtog; ttiroQ, fashion the 

matter difFerentlv than the truth, t»- 

vent a new story, % 131. 

TTopa-riOrifii, 3 sing. irapriOci a 192, 

ipf. 7ra/o(d) tiOh, trt0€i Tropa e 196, 

fat. 7rapa9f}(rofi(v, aor. 7rfl p€^>?y ' = Trap- 

€0inct(v) . Trap tBtiKiv, firjicfv. Trap Wrj- 

Kav i 199, aor. 2 irdpQinav, vap and 

Tropd Offfav, Trap iOiaav, subj. -0*ia>, 

opt. -0t7fv, imp. 'Oeg, mid. aor. Trap 

Okro, opt. TrapaQtipr\v, -Oiiro. part. 

TrapOsfievoi, place or ap^^nd fufnT" ^^p, 

food or drink, "^ 57, « 192 ; fe*^w,j:^e^ 

€91; mid. , «e/ befor&. one' s se^Piave set 

before one ; ice0aXdg, rjwxag, stake one's 

life, j3 237. 

irdpa-rp^TTw, aor. rp^asy turning 

ndeways; txfj he held or guided, ^ 

^P^; TTapal dk oi irpdniT^ his spear 

was turned to one side, i. e. the stroke 
was baffled. 

irdpa-rpe'x'i', aor. c8pa)iov, er, en/r, 
run 6y, K 350; outrun, overtaJce, "♦" 636. 

iroLp-iTpco-crav, aor. from rpiw, sprang 
to one side, shied, £ 295 f. 

irapa-Tpoir^o>v, part, pres., (rpoTr^), 
misleading, d 465 f. 

irapa-Tpttirucri, from -rpwiraw, (rpl- 
irw), cAan^ej5tt/y<Me,=placant, I 600 f. 

irap-CTvyxavc, ipf. from Tvyxovut, 
chanced to be at hand, A *74f . 

irop-avSo, imp., wv part, pres., aor. 
avSrjaag, {avddw, avdi]), address with 
intent to persuade, pvOoig ; ravra, per- 
suade; Odvarov rivi, extenuate, make 
light of,\4SS. (Od.) 

irdp-avT^Oi, eo ipso loco, t» that 
very place, M 302 f. 

irdpoHtrrifii, suadeo, advise, A 577; 
aor. mid. irapijidaQai, ^dfitvoq, iirhaaiVt 
delude, mislead; irapai^dfiivog, Q 771, 

irapa-00dr(u, aor. opt <|>Oa£]g<ri, part. 
(f>9dg, aor. mid. ^Gotpevog, overtake, pass 
6y, K346, X 197,^515. 

'irap-PcPa«Ss9 see 7rapa(3aivu>, . 

irapSdX^, riv, leopard-skin, r 17 and 
K 29. 

irdpSclXis* see irop^dkig. 

ir&p-c^cii, aor. ctcray, iuxta siste- 
bant or collocabant, j9^ace or make 
sit near, y 416; mid. pres. Tropc^co, 
imp: part. E^ofievog, ipf. i^ero, tmesis, 
4 448; adsidebat, iuxta consi- 
j deb at, sit or take one's place near, A 
407, d 738. 

ir6,p€uUy duiv, wv, dg, g e n a e, cAee^, 
A 393, V 353 ; of eagles, j8 1 53. 

irapcCOvi, aor. pass, from irap-irifu. 

1. irdp-Hfii, coTi, itrrt, sa<nv, opt. 
€iri, inf. kfifiivai and tivai, part. iojVf 
etc., ipf 2 ^<r0a, 3 tiyv, 'irap^tv, 'jrapfiv, 
3 pi. «<rav, fut. eaaofiai, tcrofrat, sorai, 
(iifii), be present, at hand, ready, nvi, 
versari cum, adesse; praesto 
esse, p 457; rtvi, belong to, ^ 80; ^v- 
vafiig, be at command, i// 128 ; rraptov- 
Tiov, of her store. 

2. vap'Ufii, Icav, praeteriens, 
passing by, 8 527; accedens, draw^ 
ing near, p 233, tmesis, A 558; nrai/, 
7jiaav,it) 11, 13, praeterire. 

irop-fiTrov, subj. eiiry, part. ctTrwv, 
oi;(T(a), hortari, persnadere, per-^ 
suade, win over, A 555, Z 337. 




iraf>-^K, before vowels ir&p'^t, I. 
adv., aloriff past, c 439 ; close by, A 486; 
atoatf from tlie point, evanvely, ciVccv, 
ayofjthtiv; except thisj 4 168. — II. 
prep., (1) with gen., extra, outside 
of. — (2) with ace, praetereundo, 
ultra, beyotidy avmy from, voov, con- 
trary to prudence, dryaiv, by beguiling 
speeches, K 391 ; along beyond, ft 276 ; 
'A^tA^a, inscio Achille, without 
the knowledge of Achilleus. Q 434. 

vapcK^o-KCTO, ipf. iter, from irapd- 


'irap-€K-irpo-^YD<''^^> subj. aor. {(fnu- 
yw), effugiat, elude the grasp, >J^ 314t. 

ir&p - cXat/vcu, fut. -«XdotrciS9 aor. 
iXa<Ta(e) = r/Xofff, r\\a<yav, praeter- 
vehi,<frt»c or pass by ; curru, ^ 382; 
nave, /i 197 ; riva, aliquem. 

v&p-iXKCTC, imp. pres., put off, 
111 ; mid. k\KtTo, draw aside to one's 
self, get hold of a 282. 

iroip^lJificvai, see 1 . irdpfifjii. 

ir&p-cvif vccv, or, intensive ipf, (vrjiw, 
vkw), heap up, a 147 and ir 51. 

irapcl, see rrapkK. 

ir&p-ct-cXdav, inf. pres., (tXavvio), 
praetervehi, drive or be borne past; 
aor. tmesis, iXaaaav, with ace, Q 349 ; 
subj. -eXdapaOa, ^ 344. 

irap- €i'6pxofiai^ aor. cXOctv, part. 
tXOovoa, slip by, k 573, K 344 ; elsewh. 
elude re, deceive. 

vapiirXca, see Trapa-irXioto. 

vaf>-^pX<Tai, epxofiivriv, fut. fXfv- 
atai, aor. rjXBfv, snhj. sX9y, opt. fXOoi, 
inf. tX9kfi£v, pass by ; rcva, outstrip, 9 
230 ; surpass, v 291 ; evade, A 132. 

irdptauvj see 1. Trapupi. 

'irap-cvvd{c<r?c, ipf., {fvvd^ofiai, tv- 
vfi\ lie beside, x 37t. 

ir&p-^x^''' ovcriv, subj. ex^^*^ ^P^- 
iXoifiti part, ixovaaif ipf. nxov, 3 pi. 
fX^v, fut. €^w, ft, aor. subj. axv^ ^"^• 
(T^f/iey, erx^Tv, tmesis "* 60, prae- 
here, hold ready, 2 556; supply, food 
and the like, er 133, 360 ; furnish, pro- 
vide, r 113, * 835; with inf., d 89. 

[Trapffexp* i" arsi* '^ 113.] 

irapTicpCT), see irap-anpu). 

irap'iljiov, a, ntr., (Trapud), cheek, jmr, 
X 404, 4^ 690; cheek-piece of a bridle, 
A 142. 

irapT^Xofff, see Tra^-fXawi'w. 

ir&p-ifficvoss ov, lo, 01, part, from 
ifiaif — rm, adsidere, «i< down at 

or n«ar, ^aire; also versari apnd, 
ciTca,dweU with or among, v 407; of 
nearness that annoys, I 311. 

ir&p-T|op£'Q<ri, ac,\ pi. fem., (rrap' 
rjopog), head'gear, bridle and reins of 
third or running horse, O 87, 11 152, 
represented in plate I. as hanging from 
the Z,vy6v, 

irdp-ifopoS) ov, masc, (oti'pw), float- 
ing or hanging Reside, (1) flighty, fool- 
ish, >J^ 603. — (2) a horse harnessed by 
the side of the pair, ready to take the 
place of either of them in case of need, 
tolutim iuxta currens, n 471, 
474. Plate I. represents the naprjo- 
poQ in the background as he is led to 
his place. See also the adjacent cut, 
the first horse. — (3) stretched out, sprawl- 
ing, H 166. 


irdp-i^ircultc, see Trap-airatpiaKu). 

trap OcCo), 9kfiivoi, see Trapa-Ti9rifn, 

irapGcviKJ, ai, (Trap9tvoc), maidenly, 
youthful {vtrivig, maiden, rj 20) ; maid- 
en, X 39. 

iropO^toS) son of an unmarried girl, 
n 180; 'jrap9eviriv $u»i/iy»/, virgin^ s gir- 

IlapO^tos, river in Paphlagonia, B 

irapOcv-oirtira, voc. from 'OTriTrrjQ, 
(^TTiTrr* vw), one who stares at maidens, 
seducer, A 385 f. 

ircip8^o«, 01, fem., virgo, X 127, 
2 593, K 33 ; young wife, B 514. 

irdp6c<rav, aor. from TrapaTi9ripi. 

irap-iavttv, part, and ipf. 3 pi. lavav, 
iuxta Cubans, sleeping by or with, I 
336, 470, 4 21. 

irdp-ttcv, ipf, (I'^w), ni/i, ad side- 
bat, sat down by, t 311 f. 

irdp-c^Oi), aor. pass, from Viy/ii, de- 
pen d e b^a t, hung down, "^ 868t. 

irapa IGvvctc, subj. pres., would be 
able to steer by, p. 82f . 

n^pis, r 437, Z 280, 503, 512. Fon 
of Priamos, seducer of Helene ; see 




trdp - icrrrifii, inf. -urrdjjicvai, aor. 
tcrrtjt; and tcrrtig^ rj, subj. vapffrijirovy 
opt. irapaarauji'y TrapaTaiTf^ pi. irapa- 
crrdiiVf imp. irup-aTtfTe, part, irapa- 
(Tr«f, napaTCLQ^ aaa^ pf. irapsffrriKtVy 
inf. TrapfaTOL/Jiivai, plupf. 3 pi. Tra/of- 
ardaaUf mid. pres. Tcapiorapai, crai, 
raiy crof pivoQ^ ot, >/, ipf. icrraTo, mid. 
a c c e il e r e, approach^ Tivif ad a 1 i- 
quem, B244, K 570; (^pitulari,6nn^ 
aid, K 290, y 301 ; act. aor. pf. plupf. 
ad stare, stand by or wear, or 344. a 
335; plupf. aderant, H 467; aor. 
access), draw neary F 405, E 116; 
h o s t i 1 i t e r, with hostile intent, X 
371, t 52, with friendly intent, O 442; 
part, drawing n«ar, -^ 87, A 261. 

irdp-Coxoi&cv (iffx^), offtr^ I 638; 
inf. 'Kapiax^P'^v, AoW in readiness j A 

irap-KaT'sXiKTOy see Trapa-corra-Xixw. 

7rap-fiefil3\MKt, pf. from '(3\w(Tku). 

irappivut, see irapa-pkvM. 

IIapvT|a'<^9 ov, oi/^c, PamassuSf a 
<3|ouble - peaked mountain range in 
Phokis ; in a ravine on its southern 
side lay Delphi, r 394, 220, oi 332. 

irdpoi6(cv), (loc. Trapoi, cf. irupai 
from Trapof), in fronts Y 437 ; an tea, 
heretofore^ he/orehand^ ^ 20, also to tt. ; 
with gen., c o r a m, p r o, in presence of 
before, k 360,0 154. 

irdpoiTcpoi, ai, (Trdpof), anteri- 
ores, (those) «/» front, ^ 459, 480. 

irdp-oi'xo/iat, ipf. ux*^®> P^* ^XV^^i 
praeteriit, K 252, v. 1. oixie^/ff, two 
thirds of the night haw passed by. 

TT opog (7r ap<i), ro 7r. 28 times, N 228, 
9 31 : alst> With irififyk (/xfV), a»f ro 7r. 
TTfp 1 1 times ; relative with rd tt. ttc/o 
12 times, M 346, an tea, ot^acmse, 
formerly, with pres., A 553, « 88, j; 
20TrTieg. with follg. wpiv yt, E 218; 
with inf. = priusquam, bpfore, a 21; 
TT. (Tx^ptVj hold onward, drive forward, 
the gen. depends upon irportpo^y 6 

irap-irciriOwv, aor. from 7rapa-ir6i0o>. 

IlappcUrtTi, t7£, town in Arkadia, B 


irap-aTa£T)V, (Ttdg^ (rrriiTOVf see Trap- 

irap-Ti.6ci, see Trapa-riOrifii. 

irap-4^d}xcvos> <f>d<t9ai, see Trapd^r]fu. 

irdp 4>aa-ts {<l>rmi)i persuasion, allure- 
meni, X 217t. 

'ircip-<|>v7^ciy, aor. inf., (^evyoi), dip 
by, flee past, /i 99f. 

irap-(^T)ica, pf from Trap-oixofJiai. 

irds, iraca, iriv, (wavr-f, ^a, orig. 
from Trafavr), declined throughout as 
in Attic dialect, yet dat. pi. ira<re and 
TrdvTicroi, gen. pi. fem. iraaitov, Traad' 
u)v, sing, omnis, omnes, all; lifia 
TT., together ; tt. o/xuit*, alike ; fjidXa tt., 
entirely ; iv ir., quite ; with numbeif:, 
in all, 6 244, 9 258, ^1(3; with su- 
perlatives, vone but, the very, ir 251. — 
(2) tot us, whole, B 809 ; dKifiiiiiv, the 
entire truth ; p 549, vTifJupria. — (3) pi., 
cUl sorts or kinds, A 5, 15, £ 52, 60, d 
279, e 196, 6 417; all over, Travra, r 
475. — (4) l^dvT«^ ntr. pi. adv., B 643, 
in cUl rejects, in Iliad almost always 
in comparisons; in Odyssey only so 
in (o 446 ; with adj. only, 214, v 209 ; 
all over, ir 21, p 480. 

naa-l-6^, one of the Graces. S 

ircuTi (i^ovoxi (fikXii), object of in 
terest to aU, famous, /a 7 Of. 

ircuro'aX6<t>iv = iraaaaXov, dat. tft 
nom. TrdaadXoq, (irnyvvfjLi), naU or pin 
in wall ; kuS d' U rr. Kpi^atjiv, he hung 
it upon thepe^, suspendit ex clavo, 
9 67. 

7rd(raa(T9ai, see Trariofiai. 

iroUro'civ, oii/, ipf. t7ra(r(Tf(v), rrdTtrff 
with tTT/, «^rew or sprinkle upon, £ 401, 
900; also with gen. part., I 214. 

irdoxrovci = vaxiova, from iraxvQ* 

TraaffvdiT), see Travtrvdiri. 

irdcrxco* etc., pres., ipf. ttraaxov, ipf. 
mid. tratrxofifiv, fut. miaopai, irau 
€(T9at, aor. t7rd9ov, eq and 'jra9ov, iQ^ 
IV* etc., inf. «tv, pf. 7r€7rov0a, ay. 2 pi. 
7r£7ro(T0€ (7rk7rd(T9t?), V 99, ic 465, ^/^ 
53 ; part. TrtTrd^uiy, plupf. iireiroi'dci, 
(7rd9og), pati, «ttj7er tV/; r 464, with 
respect to the scar, how he had come 
by it; U rivod suffer at hands of; /iiy 
re 'Trd9ii}, yg, lest something should be- 
fall me (thee), = lest I should die, cf. 
6 820 ; rt 'ira9iov, with finite verb, by 
what mischance, w 106; icaicwf, while 
I am maltreated, ir 275. 

irdrfiyos, if», dashing of waves, chat- 
tering of teeth, era -A of falling tcees, 
roar of combat, N 283. (II.) 

irdrdcroYi, ipf. f(v), (TraTayog), beat, 
9vfji6g', KpaSiri, H 216. (II.) 

irariopai, aor. (i)ir&«rd}j;'i|Vy (t)ira(r- 




adfif.Q{a\ iirdtravTO, trdatratjOaif (Ttrdfie- 
vog, w, plupf. weirdafiriVf (pa-sci, pa- 
b u 1 u hi), comedo, eatj tnrXdyxvf*^ 
dicrnv ; elsewh. rivogj f r u i, partake of, 
enjoy, d 61. 

rrartu}, see kotA irdrriffav, concul- 
caverunt, tread under foot. 

irarvjp, kpogykpi, tp(o), ip (t length- 
ened, i) 408, a 122, v 199), kputv, ipag, 
and sync. irarpoQ, Z 479 ; i,wv {iraTpu- 
^tr,on the father's side, K GSf), pater, 
JatheTy dvBpiov re Qtitiv ri, freq. title of 
Zeus; in invocation, Ziv 7rarep(Dies- 
piter); pL, maiores, ancestors, A 

irdTOS) ov, oVf masc, path, trodden 
way, r 137 ; dv9pii>vuiv, Z 202 = in- 
tercourse with men, as if it were iraruJv 
xdrov Gripwv. 

irarpt), tfr, y, fern., (Trarrjp^, pa- 
tria, native country, father land; N 354, 

varpi^y idog, iSi, iS{a), fern., (Trarrip), 
native, of one's fathers, B 140, a 407 ; 
patria, 4/ 315, w 266. 

irciTpo-icdoxYvitiTOio, y, ov, father's 
brother, p a t r u i, * 469. (Od.) 

HarpoicXof, oio, ovy ^, oy, (i), and 
KkrjoQ, i]{d), (before tTTTrtv), hq, son of 
Menoitios, n 760, from Opus, elder 
comrade of Achilleus, fled as a vouth 
to Peleus, on account of involuntary 
homicide, A 765 sqq. When the Tro- 
jans had burst into the camp of the 
Greeks, he put on Achilleus's armor, 
and drove them back, bnt was slain by 
the united efforts of Apollon, Euphor- 
bos and Hektor, n ; funeral games in 
his honor, "¥. 

irarpo-c^vrja, rov^ ((povevg), murderer 
of a father a 299. (Od.) 

irciTpiM^voS) masc, (^oroc), mur- 
derer of a father, parricide, I 4611- 

vcrrp«0toS) lov, loi, la, (Trarrjp), pa- 
ternu 8, yroTO one's father, hereditary; 
p a tr i u 8, patetmal, ^ ' 391, 4> 44 ; hered- 
itary, /3 286 ; ntr. pi. as subst., patri- 
mony, ir 388, X 61- 

vaiipo9» 01, o.ffi, ovQ, a, and comp. 
iravporepov, ot, ohti(v)j ovg, parvus, 
exigVL as, little, feeble, B 675 ; pauci, 
few, I 545, e 56. 

irciv<ro>\i),fem., {naino), rest, B 386 f. 

vavo), prs., inf. tiv and kfievai, ipf. 
iter. rraviOKov, fut Travao/jnv, aor. 
ijravtragf €, elsewh. nnaugmented, I. 


( hzck, restrain, s 451 ; k 22, calm, ri. T 
67, A 282; rivd rivoi; arcere a, keep 
hack from, O 15,* 137 ; privare re, 
deprive of, B 595; exsolvere re, 
make leave off, 6 659, 801; also with 
inf., A 442; with part., A 506. — II. 
mid. prs. Travofiai, ipf. iter. navsaKtro, 
fut. 'n'avai<T9{ai), aor. InavtraTo, ad- 
pt9a, elsewh. unaugmented, 1 pi. subj. 
wfjLtaOa, pf. TTBTTavfjiai, rat, fi'tvoi, cease, 
take rest from, leave off, B 295, u 110, 
^ 228, fi 168 ; tivoq, t 268, A 467, 
2 241; with part., X 502; exsolvi 
re, 540. 

IIci<t>XaYwv9 ovoQ, eg, inhabitant of 
the district of Asia Minor lying south 
of the Pontos Euxeinos, and bounded 
by the rivers Halvs and Farthenios, 
and by Phrygia, B*851, E 577, N 656, 

'ira<t>Xd(ovTa, pres. part., foaming, N 

nd^os, fem., city in Kypros, 9 

irdxcTOSf or, (jraxvg^i thick, xj/ 191, 
9 187. 

irdxurrosy sup. from vaxvg. 

irdxvt|, fem., {irriyvvfn), pruina, 
hoarfrost, ^ 476t. 

iraxvovTat, pass, prs., (Trap^ow), 
congelatur, horret, is chilled uith 
dread, P 112t. 

irdxo5> ntr., {7raxvg)f thickness, i 

irax^S* ^og, vv, v, tiy, comp. irdfr- 
aova, sup. irdx^oTog, (pinguis), th-ek, 
in various senses, e. g. clotted, stout, 
mighty, of blood, body, and members, 
ptipov, n 473 ; neck,*t 372; hand, fist, 
E 309, ^128; stone, staff, M 446, ^416. 

•jriddio, trcSdqi, ipf. iter. irtcdaaKov, 
aor. i7r«^;;rT(tj.'), veStjaf, rjaai, (Tref^r}), 
fetter, \(/ 17 ; bind fast, r 168 ; dehiy, 
^ 585, 8 380; dfrd, arcere, w 353; 
Moipa, entangle in fetters, A 517 ; with 
inf , X 5, y 269, constrained her to 

tracts, rdg, {irovg), compedes.; 
fetters, N 36 f 

ir^SiXa, Tri^X* v 225, (wovg), sandah, 
for men or women, B 44, S 186 ; of 
ox-hide, 4 23 ; the gods wear golden 
sandals, which bear them over land 
and sea, Q, 340. 

trcStov, 010, ov, tp, oVf ia, (tteSov), 
plain, campus; irt5tov5<^V t»ua«r^ 




the plain, earthward), "*■ 189, 21; 
TTcJioio, on or over or through the 

E 222, K 344. 

itcShS^cv, /rom the ground, from the 
beginning, fi om childhood, a p u e r i t i a, 
V 295t. 

ircSovSc (Trsdov), to the ground, to the 
plain, earthtcard, N 796, \ 598. 

irc£^, ry, (nkZ,a, from rrecja, ttovq), 
metal head or cap at end of pole (see 
cut No. 45), Q 272t. 

•wetds, 6v, 01, ovg, masc., (irs^a), p e- 
dester, A 341; on^^Jaoij pedibus, 
E 204 ; ctjUaadt < 329. 

trciOo), etc., ipf. tTrnQov, (tv), elsewh. 
unaugmented, f ut. TriioHQ, an, creiv, ok- 
/ifv, aor. weioy, creie, red. aor. TmriBoi- 
fiiv, oi£v, tiv, ovoa, (fides), persuade, 
toin over, talk over, rivd, A 132 ; tivoq 
(ppivaq, Tivi ^psvaq, 9vfi6v ; mollify, 
A 100. — pf. irctroiO<i, «, am, wj;, oreq, 
orag, subj. 'jmroiOiD, yg, ofiiv, plupf. 
TTfTToiOta, 1 pi. IwiTTiOfitv, confidcrc, 
trust in, rivi, with inf., S 55. — mid. 
vtiBoiJLat, TTiiBiff = Qtrai, etc., 3 pi. 
opt. TrnQoiaTo, ipf. kiruQiro, vhSovto, 
fut. 7rfioofji{ai), ireiaeai, erai, ovrat, 
ioQai ; 2 aor. ktriBovro, elsewh. unaug- 
mented TTiOofiTiv, etc., opt. irsTriOoiO = 
doiTo, o be dire, oftey, rtvt, fivOtp ; dairi, 
heed (the call to) the feast; Trdvra, 
in all things ; ri, partially ; & riv ov 
iviioiaQai oitt), quae multos non 
secuturos opinor ; credere, con- 
^'.le in, repdeoffi, rivi, v 45. 

ircCKCTc, see 3. ttecco. 

ircivacdv, ovra, ovt€. inf. rificvai, 
{iriivrf), esurio, suffer hunger, hunger 
after, riv6q,v 137. 

ircCvTi, fem., {-n-evia, penuria), hun- 
ger, famine, 407 f. 

trcipd(ciy, tov, prs., {irnpav), ten- 
tare, make trial of, test; rivng, tt 319. 

IIcipat8T|9, ao, son of Peiraios, Fto- 
lemaios, A 228t. 

IlcCpatos, comrade of Telcmachos, 
son of Klytios, o 544, p 55. 

1. Treipoivu), only aor. part, ircifyi^- 
vavTcs, (see irtXpap), bind to, x 175 and 

2. ireipaivio, only pf pass. 3 sing. 
irctrc(pavTai (2. 7rHpap),is accomplished, 
/i 37t. ^ 

1. irctpap, ara, cord, rope, fi 51, also 
£g. lag uei, 6\k9pov, exitii, snares or 

cords of destruction, cf. Psalm xviil 
6, 2 Sam. xxii. 6 ; oi^vog, miseriae, 
net of woes, e 289; TroXk/joio, vikijc, 
cords of war, of Tictory, N 358. 

2. ircipcip, ara, aai, aG' = ara, 
(iripav), finis, fines, end, of earth, 
Okeanos, sea, xj/ 248 ; iXsaOat, obtain a 
decision, 2 501 ; chief points in each 
matter, "¥ 350; y 433, that which 
brings to completion or end, implement, 

ircipav, imp. -aru), (iTHpa, ex-pe- 
rior), ten tare, test, rivug ; also ado- 
riri, attack; conari, attempt, with 
inf., 6 8 ; oTrtog, d 545. — mid. ireiparat, 
ipf. imipdro, uivr(o), fut. 'jreipriffOft(ai), 
etc., aor. k7rtip7jaavr{o) = av9', elsewh. 
unaugmented, pf. TrsTrelpijfiai, aor. pass. 
TTtipriBri, etc., conari, with inf., also 
with fxt], ii; experiri, ten tare, 
make trial of, put to proof, tivoq, B 
193, V 336, K 444, B 73 ; n, as to some- 
thing, 23; with </, N 806; decer- 
tare cum, contend with (dvrifiiov, 
adversus, mpi, de^; of things, 
Tivog ; aOivfog, test one s strength, cf. 
^ 432; also ri, make trial of some- 
thing ; explorare, rivi, dat of instr. ; 
fivOotaiv, try one's self, find out one's 
skill, in words. 

irciptiT^l^uv, ipf 'n-€ipr)Titit(v), ov, 
(weipdu)), ten tare, trg, test, t6^< v ; 
Tivog, make trial of, sound, o 304 ; d e- 
certare cum, contend with; orixag, 
adoriri ordines, attack the lines, 
M 47. 

ncip(-Ooos, son of Zens and of Dia, 
wife of Ixion, king of the Lapithai in 
Thessaly, friend of Theseus, husband 
of Hippodameia ; the quarrel with the 
Centaurs arose out of the wedding 
banquet, M 129, 182, 298, ;s; 318, 
A 263. 

ircCpivOo^ Ttiv, (Trdpara), wagon box 
or body, perh. of wicker-work, o 131. 

IlcCpoof, 6ii>, son of Imbrasos, chief 
of the Thrakians, A 520 ; slain bj 
Thoas, A 525. 

ircCpcav, ovreg, ipf. tviipi{y\ ov, 
Treipe(v), aor. tireipav, rrCipav, pf. pass., 
part. ireTrap/jisvoc, 17, ov,{'jrepdv), trans- 
fodere,7)«crce through, Y 479; pere- 
g i t, transfix, 11 405 ; pierce with spits, 
spit, y 33, K 124; also pass., ^ 577; 
stuck full of, studded, ^\oim ; pierced 
with pains, E 399; pervehi, fig 




deave the waves, one's way, etc., /3 434, 
8,6 183. 

ircCoTi, Ty, (Tr€i9ofxat), iv — ftcVf, re- 
mained in obedience^ subjection^ v 23 f. 

ncC<r-av8po«, (1) son of Antima- 
chos, slain by Agamemnon, A 122, 
143. — (2) a Trojan, slain by Menelaos, 
N 601-619. — (3) son of Maimalos, 
chief of Myrmidons, 11 193. — (4) son 
of Polyktor, suitor of Penelope, a 299 ; 
slain by Philoitios, % 268. 

IIcur-t|vop£8ir|s, son of Peiaenor^ Ops, 
a 429, /3 347, u 148. 

IIci.<r-ifva>p, (1) father of