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Full text of "Lexicon to xenophon's anabasis : for the use of schools"

(H StViiu-ont Si. 
GLASGOW. 



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C. K. OGDEN 




LEXICON 



XENOPHON'S ANABASIS. 



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LEXICON 



TO 



XENOPHON'S ANABASIS 



FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS. 



BY THB 



REV. WILLIAM BAEEACK, M.A. 



PRINCIPAL OF DOLLAB INSTITUTION. 



LONDON : 
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO. 

1872. 

All rightt reserved. 



PREFACE. 



THIS LEXICON has been prepared to supply a want that 
has been long felt in our Grammar Schools. The Anabasis 
of Xenophon is the first Greek book put into the hands 
of beginners for translation, and it is of the greatest 
importance to convey correct information at the very 
beginning of the pupil's course. Many of our youths 
in Scotland are self-taught. They cannot afford to buy 
expensive books, and they have not access to correct 
sources of information at the outset ; and hence they 
often learn forms which have no existence, or slip into 
errors which have to be unlearned, and which often 
follow them through life. In the Lexicon the endeavour 
has been to give, in a cheap form, all the information 
a reader of the Anabasis may require from such books 
as are not readily available for beginners. The passages 
where the words occur have been noted, and varieties 
of construction have been given, so that the Lexicon 
will serve both as an index variorum, and an index 
Grcecitatis. It is hoped that the book will be found 
useful to those preparing for entrance to the Universities, 
and the medical and other professions. 

The books consulted have been numerous. Constant 
reference has been made to Liddell and Scott's Greek 

' 45 1 



vi Preface. 

Lexicon, Veitch's * Irregular Greek Verbs,' Kriiger's 
' Lexicon zu Xenophon's Anabasis' (Berlin, 1849), Dr. 
Friedrich Carl Theiss's ' Worterbuch zu Xenophon's 
Anabasis' (Leipzig, 1863), Vollbrecht's 'Anabasis fiir 
den Schulgebrauch ' (Leipzig, 1861), Kuhner's 'Ana- 
basis' (Gothae, 1852), Anthon's 'Anabasis' by Doran 
(London, 1856), and otber English editions, and Smith's 
valuable dictionaries. 

My best thanks are due to my friends the Eev. J. \V. 
Legge, one of the Classical Masters in the Grammar 
School, Aberdeen, and Mr. T. A. Stewart, the principal 
Classical Master in George Watson's College Schools, 
Edinburgh, for revising the proof sheets. 

I may say with a distinguished writer, that ' I have 
conscientiously striven to be accurate, which no one 
knows the difficulty of being till he has earnestly made 
the attempt.' Some errors, I am afraid, have escaped 
notice, but I hope they are few and far between. 

DOLLAR: September 20, 1872. 



Xenophon. vii 



XENOPHON 

was born at Athens, B.C. 444, l and was the son of Gryllus, a well- 
to-do citizen of the class of 'knights.' He was a pupil of 
Socrates, and we have his ' Notes of his Master's Conversations ' in 
the Memorabilia. Socrates was put to death B.C. 399, during 
Xenophon's absence in Persia with the ' Ten Thousand.' Xenophon, 
probably on account of his connection with Cyrus, was banished 
from Athens ; and he joined Agesilaus and the Spartans in the 
battle of Coronea, B.C. 394, when the Athenians and Thebans were 
defeated. As a reward for his services, he received from the 
Spartans an estate at Scillus, a village two miles from Olyrnpia. 
Here he lived with his wife (Philesia) and family the quiet life of a 
country gentleman, occupying his time with literary work, farming, 
hunting, and dispensing a generous hospitality, particularly when 
eminent men assembled from all parts of Greece to witness the 
Olympic games in the neighbourhood. When he was an old man, 
the Athenians revoked the decree of banishment against him ; but, 
so far as we can gather, he never returned to Athens, but died at 
Scillus, or, as some say, at Corinth, at the advanced age of 90. He 
had two sons Gryllus and Diodorus ; but Gryllus died before his 
father, having been killed at the battle of Mantinea, B.C. 362. 

Xenophon's principal works, besides the Anabasis, are the 
Hellenica, or ' History of Greece' from 411 to 362 B.C. ; the Cyro- 
pcedla, or ' The Education of Cyrus,' the Elder, a historical 
romance; and the Memorabilia, or 'Recollections of Socrates.' 
For further particulars see Art. Xenophon in Smith's Dictionary of 
Biography, Mure's History of Grecian Literature, vol. v., and Sir A. 
Grant's Xenophon in Ancient Classics for English Readers. 



CYRUS 

was born B.C. 422, and was the son of Darius Nothus and Parysatis. 
At seventeen years of age he was appointed satrap of Lydia, Phrygia, 
and Cappadocia. His father died B.C. 404, and his elder brother, 
Artaxerxes Mnemon, became king. Cyrus, dissatisfied with the 



1 Mure makes the date B.C. 435 (History of Grecian Lit. v. 182) ; Sir A. Grant makes it 
B.C. 431 (Ancient Classics, p. 4). 



viii Cyrus. 

inferior position he occupied, wished to supersede his brother on 
the throne. When he went to Babylon, at his father's death, he 
was accused of plotting against his brother, was arrested, and 
would have been put to death, had not his mother (Parysatis) ob- 
tained his pardon. Cyrus afterwards made war openly upon his 
brother, but was killed at the battle of Cunaxa, 1 September 7, 401 
B.C., at the age of 21. 



1 The place where the battle was fought is not mentioned by Xenophon, but Plutarch 
(Artax. 8) says : "O iiev ovv TOJTOS, iv <! iraperafai'TO, Kovi'afa (taAeiTou, <fai Ba/SvAcoro? 
aire'xei oraSi'ovs weiraiccKTt'ovs. He thus makes Cunaxa about 57 miles from Babylon ; 
but Xenophon says (2. 2. 6) that the battle was fought only 360 stadia from Babylon, or 
about 40 miles. 



DATES OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS IN 
THE ANABASIS. 



THE ANABASIS, BOOK I. 

B.C. 

Departure from Ephesus seven months be- "I , t IT v, 7 Am 

fore the battle . . . . J 

Departure from Sardis (1. 2. 5.) . . . Mar. 6, 401. 

Arrival at Celaenae(l. 2. 7.) . . . Mar. 20, 401. 

,, Caystrus (1. 2. 11.) . . . May 1, 401. 

Tarsus (1. 2. 23.) June 6, 401. 

Myriandrus (1. 4. 6.) . . . July 6, 401. 

Fording the Euphrates at Thapsacus (1. 4. 11.) ,, Aug. 5, 401. 

At the Pylaj (1. 5. 5.) Sep. 1, 401. 

Battle of Cunaxa (1. 7. 20.) . . . Sep. 7, 401. 

The Anabasis occupied seven months, from February 7 to Sep- 
tember 7, B.C. 401, from Ephesus to Cunaxa, a distance of 535 
parasangs, more than 1,800 miles. 



THE KATABASIS, BOOK II. TO THE END. 

B.C. 

Arrival at the truce villages (2. 2. 16.) . about Sep. 10, 401. 

At Sitace (2. 4. 13.) Oct. 11, 401. 

Massacre at the Zabatus (2. 5. 1.) . . Oct. 29, 401. 

Ascent of the Karduchian mountains (4. 1. 4.) ,, Nov. 20, 401. 

First snow in Armenia (4. 4. 8.) . . . ,, Dec. 6, 401. 

Fording the Eastern Euphrates (4. 5. 2.) . ,, Dec. 13, 401. 

Arrival at the villages of refreshment (4. 5. 23.) Dec. 18, 401. 

the Harpasus river (4. 7. 18.) . Jan. 19, 400. 

,, Mount Theches, 'OaAarra, tdXarra'l 1? V, 1 /inn 
(4.7.24.) . . . . J 

Trapezus (Trebizond) (4. 8. 22.) . Feb. 13, 400. 

CotyoTa (5. 5. 3.) ... Apr. 13, 400. 



x Dates of the Principal Events in the Anabasis* 

B.C. 

Arrival at Heraclea (6. 2. 1. or 5. 9. 1.) . about July 1, 400. 

Chrysopolis (Scutari) (7. 1.1.) . ,, Aug. 7, 400. 

Joining Seuthes in Thrace (7. 3. 14.) . . Dec. 5, 400. 

Thimbron (7. 8. 24.)' . . . . Mar. 6, 399. 

The Katabasis (5. 5. 4.) occupied about seven months, from Sep- 
tember 7, B.C. 401, to April 13, B.C. 400, from Cunaxa to Cotyora, a 
distance of 620 parasangs, more than 2,000 miles. The number of 
Greek troops at the review near Babylon (1. 7. 10.) was 12,900, 
and at Cerasus (5. 3. 3.), after surmounting all their difficulties, 
they were found to be 8,600. 



** The figures denote book, chapter, and paragraph. Thus 1. 2. 3. would be the 
first book, second chapter, third paragraph ; and 1. 2. 3, 4. 4, would be the fourth chapter 
and fourth paragraph of the same first book, while 1. 2. 3, 4, would be the third and 
fourth paragraphs of the second chapter of the first book. There are two ways of 
numbering the chapters in the sixth book. Some give ten chapters to the fifth book, and 
only four chapters to the sixth ; while others give eight chapters to the fifth, and t-ix to 
the sixth. The first mode has been adopted in the present work. Hence the quotation 
6. 2. 4. will be in most editions 6. 4. 4. and so on. This discrepancy arises from the want 
of an introductory paragraph in the sixth book. All the other books have a short pre- 
face, and the omission in the sixth would lead one to infer that Xenophon intended the 
fifth and sixth books to be considered one book. 



Errata. 

Page 34, head line, for Aiay/cAAu read Aioyye'AAco. 

36, head line, ,, Atao/^cro'oi'aci) ,, Aia<r<t>tv&oi'dto. 

65, head line, 'HSoju.at-'Hn.c<rvs "H6on<u-"Hfii<ns. 

65, col. 1, line 1, HSoftai, ^o-07/o-ojuiai "HSo/uat, TJo-fljjo-o^. 

65, coL 1, last line, HAios ,, "HAios. 

72, head line, Kaivai Kau-ai. 

91, col. 2. line 1, veos ,, vt'os. 

94, COl. 2, line 10, ai'rjp arijp. 

95, col. 2, line 31, ,,0105 otos. 
95, col. 2, last line, insert after ots a theep. 

137, head line, for Ta^teuojiai read Ta/iteuon<u. 

140, col. 2, line 27, for Tk-qiuav, we, we, read TAijw', uv, ov. 

144, col. 1, line 22, Yios, ov, Yios, ov. 



LEXICON 



XENOPHON'S ANABASIS 



"A/3aroc, oc, ov, or r), ov (a priv. | diligo ; 0i\w=amo 



EBRATUM 
Page 163, line 2, for aicoparoe read c 



Barrack's Dictionary 



good (summum bonum). apei- 



<rroc ; K'ptjffdwi', KfjartaroCj etc. 
'AyctXXo^iai TI^/, ETT/ rtri, to glory, 

exult in a thing, be proud of it 

(only pres. and impf.), 2. 6. 26. 
Aya^uat, aydffoji/at, 1 aor. riyanr- 

tirjv, to admire, wonder at, 1. 

1. 9. 

"Ayav, adv. too much, 7. 6. 39. 
'AyuTrcito (ayn^icu), )<rw, etc., fo 

love, founded on esteem = 



^ciyw), eXw, 

ijyyeXpai, 1 aor. r/yyttXa, ^rt 
irm^ news, report, proclaim, 
2. 3. 19. 

"AyysXoc, ow, o, a messenger, 2. 
1. 5, 3. 6, etc. 

(aytpw), ayr/yepca, ay<j- 
i, laor r/yeipa, 
(ayw), io collect, gather. 
tvtioc, oc, or (a priv. 
e'i'i/c), beardless, 2. 6. 28. 
, ou, o(//yeo^at, 

, 5. 3. 6- 



* Bopp gives Sansc. agidhas, deep ; Passow, ay 
and root ga, ' joy.' Cf . Eng. good, Ger. gut. 



; Donaldson (Crat. } 323), a euph. 



x Dates of the Principal Events in the Anabasis 



Arrival at Heraclea (6. 2. 1. or 5. 9. 1.) 
,, Chrysopolis (Scutari) (7. 1. 1.) 
Joining Seuthes in Thrace (7. 3. 14.) . 
Thimbron (7. 8. 24.) . 



B.C. 

about July 1, 400. 
Aug. 7, 400. 
Dec. 5, 400. 
Mar. 5, 399. 



The Katabasis (5. 5. 4.) occupied about seven months, from Sep- 
tember 7, B.C. 401, to April 13, B.C. 400, from Cunaxa to Cotyora, a 
distance of 620 parasangs, more than 2,000 miles. The number of 
Greek troops at the review near Babylon (1. 7. 10.) was 12,900, 
and at Cerasus (5. 3. 3.), after surmounting all their difficulties , 
they were found to be 8,600. 



~Errafa. 




Page 34, head line, for AiayyeAAco read Aiayye'AAco. 




36, head line, Aiaa^ei'Sovaw , Aia<r(/>ei/ 


Sovdia. 




65, head line, , 


'HSojnai-'H/oit<7v? 


, "H6o/xai 


-"HjliKTU?. 




65, col. 1, line 1, 


HSonai, T/crflT)<rofiat 


, "Hfio^ai 


, ^0-eijo-o/j.ai. 




65, col. 1, last line, 


HAios 


, "HAtos. 






72, head line, 


Kaivat 


, Koui'ai. 






91, col. 2, line 1, 


VCOS | 


, ve'os. 






94, col. 2, line 10, 


ai'rjp 


, ai'if/p. 






95, col. 2, line 31, 


, oto? 


, 0109. 






95, col. 2, last line, insert after oil? a sheep. 






137, head line,/or Tanicvonai read To/uieuonai. 






140, col. 2, line 27, for TAvj/itoi', aw, iav, read TArjuwi', <av 


ov. 




144, col. 1, line 22, Vios, ou, Yios, ov. 





LEXICON 



XENOPHON'S ANABASIS. 



"A/3aroc, oc, ov, or ri, ov (a priv. 

fiaivd)}, impassable, unforda- 

ble, 5. 6. 9. 
'A/3po^,\/xjc, ov, o, Abrozelmes, 

a Thracian, Seuthes' inter- 

preter, 7. 6. 43. 
'A/BpoKOjuac, a, o, Abrocomas, 

satrap of Phoenicia, 1. 3. 20, 

1. 4. 3. 

"AfivCoc, ov, j, Abydus, a town on 
. the Asiatic side of the Helle- 

spont, opposite Sestos, 1. 1. 9. 
'Ayu6(>c, >;, ov (ctyw*), good,brave, 

noble, ra ayada (bona, opes), 

goods, wealth, 3. ii. 1, 4. 4. 9, 

6. 27. ro <xya06V, the highest 

good (summum bonum). a/j.ei- 



oroc ; KpEiarjiiiv, Kparifrroc, etc. 
'AyaXXojuai TIJ'/, t^-/ ni't, to glory, 

exult in a thing, be proud of it 

(only pres. and impf.), 2. 6. 26. 
Aya/jai, ayctTO/jeu, 1 aor. Tiya.fr- 

tirjv, to admire, wonder at, 1. 

1. 9. 

"Ayai/, adv. too much, 7. 6. 39. 
'AyciTraw (ciya/iat), 7J<rw, etc., fo 

ioue founded on esteem = 



diligo ; 0i\w=am0 ; ore'pyw, 

parental love; t'pdw, sexual 

love, 5. 5. 13. 
'Ayao-i'ac, ou, o (aya^iat), Agasias, 

a general from Stymphalus in 

Arcadia, 4. 1. 27, 7. 11. 
'Ayaoiae, ow, c, Agasias, a seer 

from Elis, aliter Baaiac, 7. 8. 

10. 
'Ayaoroe, 17, ov (aya^at), arf- 

mired, admirable, 1. 9. 24. 
'Ayyeioi', ov, TO (ayyoc, eoc, ro), 

a vessel, pail, 6. 4. 23. 
'AyyeX/a, ac, ^ (ayycXoc), a 

message, news. 
AyyfXXw (clyw), eXw, ^yyeXca, 

r/yytX^tae, 1 aor. /yytXa, to 

bring news, report, proclaim, 

2. 3. 19. 
"AyyeXoc, ov, o, a messenger, "2. 

1. 5, 3. 6, etc. 

(dytpw), ayfjyeptca, ayi]- 
i, 1 aor i/yeipa, p.^yep^jji' 
, to collect, gather. 
c, C, oi' (a priv. yevetor, 
, beardless, 2. 6. 28. 



Agesilaus, king of Sparta, 5.3.6- 



* Bopp gives Sansc. agddhas, dfep ; Passow, ayai-; Donaldson (Crat. } 323), a euph. 
and root ga, ' joy.' Cf . Eng. good, Ger. gut. 



*A y Las ' A y G> i> / 



'Ay/ae, ov, 6 (ayw), Agias, an 
Arcadian, one of the Greek 
generals, 2. 5. 81, 2. 6. 30. 

"Ayrae, oe, TO, a glen or valley, 

4. 1. 7. 

"AyKvpa, Lat. ancora, an anchor. 
ayKvpav /3dA\eti>, d^tt'vat, to 
cas anchor. a'ipta&at, to weigh 
anchor, tV' dy/cupae bpfju'tv, to 
n'rfe af anchor. 

'Ayvot'w, jjo-w, j;ica (a priv. vovc), 
Lat. ignorare, not to know. 

'AyvufjioavvT), TJQ, f] (d priv. 
yj'w/*rj), wan of sense, pi. 
misunderstandings, 2. 5. 6. 

'Ayj'wyuwi', wj/, ov, gen. oj'oc (a 
priv. yrw^), senseless, incon- 
siderate, 7. 6. 23, 38. 

'Ayopa, etc, ^ (dye/pw), Lat. 
forum,amarket-place,amarket, 
provisions, ayopa irXi'itiovffa, 
the forenoon, from 9 to 12, 
when the market is full, 2. 3. 
24, 3. 1.2, etc. ayopav aytiv, 
to bring provisions, 5. 7. 33 ; 
irifjiiriiv, 5. 5. 19; Trapt-^ety, 
2. 3. 24,3. 1. 2,5.5.6, 18; 
tX lv > 5. 5. 16 : ayopq. xprjadai, 
7. 6. 24; drro r^e dy. ^ijv, to 
live on what was bought in the 
market, 5. 9. 1 ; ot IK rijs dy., 
the market people, 1. 2. 18 ; 
dy. ffvvayeiv, to call a meeting, 

5. 7. 3. 

'Ayopafa, affdt (dyopd), to be in 
the market, to buy or sell, 1.3. 
14, 1. 5. 10. 

'Ayopa.v6p.OQ, ov, o (ayopa, ve'/uw), 
a clerk of the market, 5. 7. 2. 

'Ayopeuw, euffw (dyopa), to ha- 
rangue in the assembly, pro- 
claim, assert. 

'Ayptuw (aypa), tvffia, to hunt, 

5.3.8. 

" Aypiog, la, lov (dypoc), living in 
the fields, wild, 1. 5. 2. 



'Aypoe, ou, 6, Lat. ager, a field, 
land, 5. 3. 9. 

'AypvTiWw, j';(Ta (aypVTTJ'oc, dpriv. 
VTTVOC), to Zz'e awake, to be at- 
tentive. Tivi, to anything, 7. 6. 
36. 

Ayw, aw, ^a or dyj'/o)(a, 
^lypai, 2 aor. ijyayov (conj. 
dydyw), 1 aor. pass. i\\^ri v i 
fut. p. a^dfiffofiat, to lead, take 
with one, 2. 4. 8, 5. 4. 33; 
ayeivKaltyepeiv (ferreet agere), 
to plunder a country completely. 
ayeiv refers to men and cattle, 
^eptiv, to things, 5. 5. 13, 2. 6. 
5 ; ayetv Etc SIKTIV (rapere 
in jus), to carry one to a court 
of justice, 6. 6. 7, 17; to lead 
an army, to march, 1. 3. 19, 
2. 2. 16, etc. ; etpfivriv, f)ffv%iav, 
to keepthepeace, 3. 1. 14 ; ftiov, 
to lead a life (vitam agere) ; 
aysuQai, to take to oneself, 
yvva~iKa=uxorem ducere ; aye, 
well, come then, 2. 2. 10, so 
aycre &/ in pi., 5. 4. 9, 7. 6. 
33. 

'Aywyt/uoc, oc, ov (ayw), easy to 
fo led, or carried, TO. dywyt^ua, 
goods, wares, a cargo, 5. 1. 16. 

'Aywv, wi'oe, 6 (ayw) (aywy, 
oj/roc, pres. part, of ayw), an 
assembly, a contest, a place of 
Contest. a.yS>va iiytiv, troiilv, 
nQivai, to hold or propose 
games, 1. 2. 10. The games 
were irvy/jirj, boxing, 7ra\r], 
wrestling, poyuoc, running, 
quoits, aX/jia, leaping 



to/zat, or 

t, to contend in the 
games, irepl rtvog,.for anything, 
Trpoc nva, ivith anyone ; dy w- 
vifcadai aTaSiov, to run in the 
racecourse, 4. 8. 27. 



' A y a) v o 6 errj 



c, ov, 6 (dywv, rt' 
a president in the games, a 

^ judge, 3.1.21. 

"Adtnrvoc, os, ov(a priv. ce~nrvov), 
dinnerless (incoenatus), unfed, 
]. 10. 19. 

'ACtX^dc, ov, 6 (a cop. <$X^>vc), 
a brother, an intimate friend, 
7. 2. 25. 

*AciDc, adv. (d priv. e'oc, fear), 
without fear, fearlessly, 1. 9. 
13, 6. 6. 1. 

*AjXoc, oc, ov (d priv. cijXoc'), 
uncertain, unknown, 5. 1. 10. 

'Ac)td/3aroc, oc, ov (a priv. &d, 
fiaivui), impassable, 2. 1. 11, 
3. 1. 2. 

'A^uCEWj J/ITW, ii%iKr)Ka, ridtKnfjLai 
(a priv. 8uci|), to cfo wrong, to 
injure, nvd, am/one, ri, in any- 
thing, 1. 6. 7, 2. 6. 20, 5. 7. 5, 
7. 6. 14, etc. The pres. has 
oftsn the force of a perf. / 
have done wrong, 2 am in the 
wrong, 2. 6. 20, 5. 7. 29. 

'A.$tKia, etc, i], wrong, injustice. 
Kog, oc, ov (a. priv. foVij), ?l- 

i, E'IC rt, z a thing, Trtpt 
towards a person ; adv. dS/ic 
unjustly, wrongly, 1. 6. 8, 2. 6. 
25. 

'A3d\wc, adv. (d priv. ?o\ot), 
without fraud or treachery, 
Lat. sme rfo/o ?aZo. 

'A^uvaroc, oc, ov (d priv. Svva- 
/uat), unable to do a thing, im- 
possible, with inf. ; \dyot d., 
ineffectual, 1. 7. 24, iropcm dS., 
impracticable, 5. 6. 10. 

Atcw, or ^w, poet, uei^w, ^ao^at, 
j]<rjuai, <o sm^r, to praise, 5. 9. G. 

"At/,, and aJe/, adv. always, ever, 
3. 2. 38, 7. 3. 37 ; ot di roOr* 



were z'ra possession of this, 5. 4. 
15. dtc ro i7rp/3dAXo>', 4. 1. 



7, the part that gained the 
height from time to time. 
'Afroc, and auroe 6 (anfjtC), an 
eagle, ci^tce, 5. 9. 23 ; a'io-toc, 

6. 3. 2; xpwffovc, 1. 10. 12. 
"Afleoc, oc, ov (a priv. 0tdc), with- 

out god, godless, reckless, 2. 5. 
39. 

wi', at, Athens, dat. 
'Adi'ivyfft, at Athens, 'Aflj/mfc, 
to Athens, the capital of Attica, 

7. 3. 19. 

, ac, rj, or 'AQrjvn, 

'Adnva, 'ABnvaa, Minerva, 7. 

3.39. 
'AOnvaloc, a/a, atov, Athenian, 

7. 1. 27. 
'A6\oi', ow, rd, a prize, 1. 2. 10, 

3. 1. 21. 



to gather together, collect, as- 
semble, 1. 2. 1, etc. 
Oodoe, a, of (d cop. and 0pooc 
from flptw), collected, gathered 
together, in crowds, 1. 10. 13, 
5. 2. 1, 6. 3. 22, 7. 3. 9. 

JJITW, to fo uQvfjLOQ, down- 
hearted, desponding, rm, 5. 
10. 14. 7rt rtw, pdc rt, at 
or for a thing, 7. 1. 9. Vb. 

log, 3. 2. 23. 

t'a, ac, //, faintheartedness, 
despondency, 3.2. 8. 

" Adv/jos, oc, ov (a priv. 0u/^o'c), 
downhearted, desponding, ti 
rtc aOvpoTtpog i)v, if anyone 
was rather backward, or dis- 
inclined, 1. 4. 9. uOufjiuc., adv., 
3. 1. 3. 

AtytdXdf, ov, 6 (OUIT<TW, aXc), </J6 
beach, the sea-shore, 6. 4. 1. 

Atyunrtoc, a, or, Egyptian, 1. 8. 
9. 

A'tyvirroc, ou, /, Egypt, 2. 1. 14. 
, laopcn, ycta/jutt (atfaic), 
to fear, respect, 3. 2. 5. 



B 2 



AiSrjfJLOJV AlTtQ) 



4 



AicrifJUi)v, wv, ov, g. 

bashful, modest, 1. 9. 5. 

Aitiolov, ov, TO, mostly in pi. ret 
atcioTa, the loins, 4. 3. 12 ; from 

At5ae, doc, contr. owe, 77, shame, 
modesty, regard, respect, 2. 6. 
19. 

Aterde, for aerde, cm eagle. 

AlfjTrjQ, oVf o, JEetes, son of 
Helios, father of Medea, and 
king of Colchis, 5. 6. 37. 

AWpia, ac, if, poet, aidpr], the 
open sky ; virb ri/c atdpiac, 
Lat. 57/6 divo, in the open air, 
4. 4. 14. 

AWu), only pres. and impf. yOov, 
to burn (urere) ; a'iQeoOat, to 
blaze (ardere), 4. 7. 20, 6. 3. 
19. 

AiKi^opai, i <rojun<, jjk'i<r/uat (aJ/a'a), 
to outrage, torment, plague, 
3. 1. 18, 3. 4. 5, 2. 6. 29. 

At^a, aroQ, TO (uioffui or ai0w), 
Wood (sanguis) ; flpoTOc (pi w), 
(crwor), <70r. 

Aiye'ae, or AtVe/ac, a, o (at'j'f'w), 
jEneas, a captain from Stym- 
phalus in Arcadia, 4. 7. 13. 

Ati'td'f, wv, of, sing. Ali'tar, 
avoc, the jEnianians, a Thes- 
salian tribe, in the upper 
valley of the Sperchms, se- 
parated from the Dolopians 
by Mt. Othrys, 1. 2. 6, 5. 9. 
7. 

At, atydc, o, ^ (at (row), a 

AJoX/c, '2oc, ^ (sc. y^), 

in Asia Minor, on the JEgean 
coast, 5. 6. 24. 

Ai'pcrcoc, verbal fr. alpta, must 
be taken, 4. 7. 3. 

AJptToc, y, ov (aJpt'w), desirable, 
chosen; ol alptToi, the dele- 
gates, 1. 3. 21. 

7/<rw, ^'pj/ica, rjprj/jiai, 2 aor. 
, 1 aor. pass. 



to take, seize, 1. 6. 2, 3. 4. 8, 
4. 2. 13; Mid. to choose, 1. 3. 
14, 2. 2. 5, 6. 11, n avri 
Tivoc, to prefer one thing to 
another, 1. 9. 9, 7. G. 15. 
The pass, is aXiaKo/jai, to be 
caught, 1. 4. 7. 

A'tpw, from de/pw, opw, j/pKa, 
ypjjcit, to raise, lift, 5, 6. 33. 
Mid. to win. 

Aicrdaropat, old form aicrdo/jiat, 
alffdfiffOfjLat, rjaOrjfjiai, 2 aor, 
ijirQd/jTji', to perceive, under- 
stand, learn, usually ace., 1. 8. 
22, 1. 2. 21, 1. 4. 16, some- 
times gen., 1. 1. 8, 6. 3. 10. 

A'i<70;<ri, emc, /, perception, 
Sense', p.r) a'iadr]atv irapf^eir, 
to escape observation, 4. 6. 13. 

At<rtoc, a, or, or OQ, ov (ataa), 
propitious, lucky, 6, 3, 2. 

A/V^t'i'Tje, ou, 6, JEschines, an 
Acarnanian, who led a com- 
pany of peltasts, 4. 3. 22, 8. 
18. 

Alff^por, a, ov (al7)(oe), shame- 
ful, disgraceful, base, 4. 6. 14. 
rj, r;c, V, (nIff X oc) (v\ 
shame, woe, in regard to a 
person, 3. 1. 10; ctr*v, 2. 6. 
6, VJTO, 7. 7. 11; disgrace, 
reproach. 



to put to shame, dis- 
grace ; Pass, to be ashamed, 
Ttfci, before anyone, 2. 5. 39, 
2. 8. 22. alff^vio/jiai TTOI&V, 7. 
6. 21, / am ashamed to do it, 
and yet I do it ; aifr^vKOjuat 
TToif.li>, I am ashamed to do it, 
and therefore I refrain from 
doing it. 

AlTfb), JjffUl, TjTTJKfl, -IJTTJ/jai, to ask, 

Tiru. TI, L 1. 10, 1. 3. 14. 

anyone for anything, also TI 

TTOpCt TlVO t 1. 3. 16, 5. 1. 11, 



A IT i a " A K par of 



6, 4. 22 ; with inf. Sovvai, 

2. 3. 18, 6. 6. 31. 

AiVt'a, ac, >/, a cause, a fault, 
blame, accusation, alriav 
EX" 1 ' >'o'c, to be accused of 
a thing, 7. 1. 8, 7. 6. 15, 7. 7. 
56. 

Atrtdojuai, affop.ni, (a), 7/rt'ayuaj, 
blame, riva TIVOQ and rti'd 
:/, 1. 2. 20. or ace. and inf. 
5. 5. 19,3.1. 7, 3.3. 12. 

Atrtoc, a, ov, causing ill, guilty, 
rivoc rtvi, being the cause of a 
thing to a person. TO ainov, 
the cause, 4. 1. 17. 6 cur JOG, 
the accused (reus), 7. 7. 48. 
atnoc ovfitv, guiltless, in no 
respect to blame, 7. 1. 25. 

oe, ov (ai^n^, 
), taken in war, ol 
a 'X - prisoners ; TO. 'X-> 
booty, 4. 1. 13, 5. 9. 4. 

Axaprar, avoc, 6, an Acarnanian. 

"Acauaroc, oc, oy (a priv. icalui), 
unburnt, 3. 5. 13. 

A.KtpatOf t tiff, ov (a priv. Kfpata, 
Kf.parvvp.C), unmixed, pure, 
fresh, 6. 5. 9. 

\\KilpvKTOQ, oc, or (a priv. Ki]pv), 
without heralds, when no over- 
tures would be listened to, 3. 
3.5. 

'AtttwrqCi ow, o, Lat. acinaces, 
a Persian word, a s^ori straight 
sword, worn on the right side, 
a scimitar, 1. 8. 29. 

G, oc, ov (a priv. K'IV- 
), ivithout danger, free 
from danger, 2. 6. 6. 

"A/c\?jpoc, oc, or (a priv. /c\r/poe), 
without lot or portion, poor, 
needy, 3. 2. 26. 

, aaai (a/c/z^), fo Je in 
bloom or vigour, with 
inf. to Je sfron<7 enough to do, 

3. 1. 25. 



'A/f/u?/r, in a moment, in an in- 
stant, in a twinkling (Ger. 
Augenblicklich), (Lat. in 
puncto temporis), 4. 3. 26. 

'AcoXaoroe, oc, ov (a priv. 
KoXdw), unpunished, un- 
checked, unbridled, 2. 6. 9. 

'AmXovdt o), i]ffii>, etc. (aicoXovfloc), 
to follow, go along ivith, nvi, 
and avv rtvi, 7. 5. 3. 

'Ak - oXou0oc, oc, ov (a cop. Ktkiv- 
tiuf, f], a way), following. OVK 
tiKoXovOa, inconsistent, 2. 4. 
19. 

'A/covr/^w, iffti), (aKovriov), to 
hurl a javelin at one, riva, 
1. 10.7,7.4. 18. 

'Acovrtoi', ow, ro (acwv, an/), 
a javelin (jaculum); Sopv, 
the shaft', ol\^rj, the point 
(of iron) ; aycuXf] (amere^um), 
Me strap for hurling it, 4. 2. 
28 ; hence 

'AKwrifftc, wc, >/, ^e throwing 
the javelin, 1. 9. 5, and 

' AKOVTHTTIIQ, ov, b, a javelin- 
thrower, 4. 3. 28. 

'Acouw, ovirofiai, ao/icoa, T/KOU- 
ffp.ni, to hear, eraXTriyyoc, 4. 2. 
8 ; Oopvfiov, 1.8. 16 ; Xoyov, 
5. 7. 27 ; ri or rtvoc, 1. 10. 
5, 4. 1. 3 ; and rt Trapa nvoc, 
or rt nvoc, to hear anything 
from one ; with inf. 1. 3. 20, 
and part. 1. 2. 21 ; rtvoc, to 
obey one, 2. 6. 11, 3. 5. 16; 
iv, KttKwe O.KOVEIV, to be well 
or ill spoken of (Lat. bene, 
male audire) ; fiupewe, to 
hear anything with painful 
feelings, 2. 1. 9. 

"Aicpa, etc, f) (aK/), a point, a 
peak, a citadel, 5, 2. 17, 7. 
1. 20. 

"Acparoc, oc, ov (a priv. Kcpav- 
vvp.i), unmixed, divas 



'A Kp IT os 'A A Aa 



wine without water, strong 
wine, 4. 5. 27, 5. 4. 29. 

"AKptrof, oe, or (d priv. Kpt'tw), 
unjudged, untried, 5. 7. 28. 

y AKpo/3oXiofjtai, /(Tojuai (aicpoe, 
/3dXXw), to fAroty /row a/or, 
to skirmish, 3. 4. 33, 5. 2. 
10. 

'Aicpo/BoXjorie, ewe, ^, a skirmish- 
ing, 3. 4. 18. 

'AKpoVoXtc, ewe, ^ (acpoc, Tro'Xie), 
<Ae upper city, the citadel, 
castle, 1. 2.8. 

"Ajrpoc, a, ov (0.107), highest, top- 
most, the peak, top, 1. 2. 21, 

3. 4. 27, 4. 7. 25, d^poVa- 
rov, the highest point, 5. 4. 15. 

'Aicpwyv^/a, ac, ^ (acpoc, oVw), 
tffo Zzp q/ 1 the nail, the ridge, 
a top, 3. 4. 37, 38. 

'AKTTI, ij, >/ (ciyvu^i), /Ae beach, 
where the waves break. 

"Aicvpof, oc, ov (d priv. (a>po>), 
without authority, obsolete, 
aicvpov irately, to set aside, 6. 
1.28. 

"AKWT, ovcra, ov, gen. &KOVTOQ (a 
priv. tcwy) (a), unwilling, 
O.KOVTOC Kvpov, against the 
will of Cyrus, Lat. Cyro in- 
vito, 1. 3. 17. 

*AXa\aw, a^w, to raise the 
aXaXd, or war-cry, 5. 2. 14, 

4. 2. 7, etc. 

'AXttivog, i], ov (aXs'a), ivarm, 
hot, 4. 4. 11. 

'AXe'w, jy<rw, 1 aor. mid. ^Xt^a- 
pnv, fut. dXt'ojuai ftom dXfKw, 
<o ware? off, repel an attack, 
3. 4, 33, 5. 5. 21, 7. 7. 3, 
rt rivi, anything from anybody ; 
rm, dat. of person, to help, 
defend. aXtfaffOai riva, to 
keep one off from oneself, 
ixOpov, to defend oneself 
against an enemy, 1. 3. 6, 



by making them 
a suitable return, 1. 9. 11. 

'AXt'rTjc, ov, 6 fdXt'w), a grinder, 
aX. oyoe, a millstone, 1. 5. 5. 

"AXfvpa, iav, ra (dX/w), wheaten 
flour; aX^ira, coarser meal, 1. 

5. 6. 

'AX>;0ta, ac, / (dX?]0//c), truth, 

2. 6. 25 ; rjj aXrjOtiq., in very 

truth, 5. 10. 10. 
'AX;0euw, evtrta, to speak truth, 

1. 7. 18 ; report truly, 4. 4. 

15, rt about a thing, 5. 6. 18, 

to prove true, 7. 7. 25. 
'A\r/0>/c, j/c, te (d priv. Xav- 

0dvw), <re, truthful, frank, 

TO d., <Ae ^ru^/t, 2. 6. 22. 
'AXTjOo'oe, >;, >', honest, trusty, 

genuine, real, 1. 9. 17. 
' AXttvriKoe, fi, ov (dXiewc, aXc), 

of or belonging to fishing ; 

TrXotoi' dX., a Jishing boat, 7. 

1.20. 
'AX/w, t'<rw (dX//c), <o gather 

together, to assemble, 2. 4. 3, 

6. 3. 3. 

"AXtftoe, 05, o^ (d priv. X/0c), 
without stones, not stony, 6. 4.5. 

"AXtc, adv. enough, aXic rovrtav 
'i")(f.iv, 5. 7. 12. 

'AXiffapvn, rjQ, f], Halisarne, a 
town in Mysia, 7. 8. 17. 

' 



and r}Xo)Ka, 2 aor. toXwr and 
ijXwv (dXw, dXo/r/)', aXovc,a\H>- 
vai [a]), to ie taken, caught, 4. 
4. 19, 3. 4. 17, 7. 1. 36, pass. 
of a tpen; ; with part, to be 
caught doing a thing. 

"AX/a/zoe, oc, ov (dXioy), strong, 
stout, brave, 4. 3. 4, 4. 7. 15. 

'AXXd, conj. but (\Xa (a/z'a), 
o^er things). At the begin- 
ning of a speech, now, ttfeZ/, 
now then, 1. 7. 6, 2. 1. 4; 
dXXd yap, iuZ really (at enim 



or enimvero*), 3. 2. 25, 5. 7. 8 ; 
aXXa yt, 3. 2. 3, >M still, at 
least ; dXXd sat, after ovciv or 
ov povov, but also ; alone, nay, 
even, 2. 6. 10, 3. 5. 16, dXXd 
fjiiiv (at vero), but really, 2. 5. 
12, 2. 2. 16; dXXa pjv ye 
(atqui certe), but'at least, 1. 9. 
18, 2. 5. 14 ; dXX' Spue (sed 
tamen), but yet, nevertheless, 5. 
8. 19. 

'AXXax/,adv. (aXXoe), elsewhere, 
in another place, 7. 3. 47 ; 
aXXoc dX., one here, another 
there ; aXXore. aXXa\ij, now 
here, now there. 
AXXa^ou d\Xa^j/- 

"AXXj;, adv. sc. bdu, in another 
way, 4. 2. 4; sc. x G V?> zft 
another place, 5. 2. 29, 6. 1. 7; 
dXX7 Kru aXXij, here and there, 
5. 2. 29. 

'AXA/jXwv, wants nom. and sing., 
one another, 4. 7. 25. 

*AXXo0>', adv. (dXXoc), from 
another place, 1. 10. 13 ; dXXot 
dXXofoi', one from one place 
another from another ; dXXoo-E 
= to another place. 

"AXXofjiai, uXovpai, laor. ii\apT)t>, 
2 aor. ii\6f.iT)v ( a\w^/a(, dXot- 
/t?v), to leap, jump, dance, 5. 
9.5. 

"AAXoe, jj, o, another, Lat. alius. 
aXXoc ciXXa Xt'ytt, one says 
Azs another that, 2. 1. 15 ; 
ciXXoc aXXa^jj, 7. 3. 47, aXXot 
aXXwc ; ot r'iXXot Kpijreg, the 
others, namely the Cretans, 5. 
2. 31 ; rjj dXXp ijptpy, on the 
next day, 2. 1. 3, 3. 4. 1. 6 
aXXoc, ro dXXo, ot d\Xot, the 
rest (cceleri); ovce d'XXo civcpov 
ovcir, there was not a tree at 
all, 1. 5. 5; rdXXa for ra 
a\\a (ccBtera, reliqua,notalia\ 



in other respects, 1. 3. 3, 1. 7. 

4, 4. 8. 20 ; fiXXon j), what 
else would we do than, would 
we not, 2. 5. 10. 

"AXXorf, adv. (dXXoc ort), at ano- 
ther time ; dXXore . . . TOTE 
?e, at other times . . . but at 
that time, 4. 1. 17 ; dXXore KO.I 
aXXoTt, now and then, from 
time to time, 2. 4. 26, 5. 2. 
29. 

"AXXorptoc, i, tov (dXXoe), be- 
longing to another, foreign, 
strange, Lat. alienus ; jcpa- 
Tovp.ii'b}V ^tc yap iiriaraaQe. 
on iravra aXXoTpta, for you 
know that all things belonging 
to the vanquished become the 
property of others, 3. 2. 28. 

"AXXwe, adv., in another way, 
otherwise, 3. 1. 20, 3. 2. 37 ; 
dXXwc rf irai, especially, above 
all, 5. 6. 9, 7. 7. 40 ; heed- 
lessly, at random, Lat. temere, 

5. 1. 7. 

'AXo'yinroc, oc, ov (d priv. Aoy/- 
o^cu), unreasoning, thoughtless, 
silly, rash, 2. 5. 21. 

"AXffoc, toe, TO (dX^w, to nourish, 
OT dXXoyuat, to leap, as saltus, 
salio), a grove, 5. 3. 12. 

"AXuc, voc, b, the river Halys in 
Asia Minor, 5. 6. 9. 

"AX^irov, ov, TO, generally pL 
aXtytra, barley meal, coarse 
meal, opp. to dXevpa, fine meal, 
1. 5. 6. 

fox-skin cap, 1. 4. 4. 
AXwaipos, oc, 01 

easy to take ; i 

impregnable, 5. 2. 3, 7. 8. 10. 
Afia, adv. a ^Ae same time, 6. 1. 

5, 3. 3. 10, 4. 1.19; u>a jx 

. . . a/ia 5e, partly . . . 

partly, 3. 4. 19, 4. 1. 4 ; a/m 



8 



re . . . Kai (simul atque), as 
soon as, 7. 1. 7, 5. 2. 14; 
prep, together with, gov. dat. 
cfyiu r/7 >^epa, at daybreak, 2. 
1. 2, 4. 3. 3; ciyua etTrwy aviarr], 
as soon as he spoke he stood up, 

3. 1. 47. 

p*oj'c, wv, at (sing. 'Apawr, 
oVoc, i/), (a, /uaoe, breastless, 
because they cut off the right 
breast, or Circassian maza, the 
moon, because they were the 
priestesses of Artemis). The 
Amazons, a race of female 
warriors, living on the river 
Therm5don, in Asia Minor, 4. 

4. 16. 

/iaEa, TJC, n (apa, ayw, or a/ua, 
afov, ovoe, an axle), a waggon, 
1. 5. 7. jSoi/c u0' eLfiaHrii; a 
draught-ox. 

/rautZ*Cj at'a, a7ov (a;uaa), 
^< /or a waggon ; Xldoi, stones 
large enough to fill a waggon, 
4.2.3. 

^tatroc, oc, 6v (a/zaa, 
traversed by waggons ; 
a carriage road, a highway, 
1. 2. 21. 

a^aprrjaro/jat, fyuap- 
fjiapTri/jat, 2 aor. act. 
v, 1 aor. pass, fif^ap- 
to err, fail, miss, 5. 8. 
20; TTtpi rtva ri, to do some 
wrong in regard to a person, 
3. 2. 20; Ttvog, to miss one, 

1. 5. 12, 3. 4. 15. a/zaprrr 

OEVTCI, Lat. peccata, even slight 
mistakes, 5. 8. 20. 

'A/iax', adv. ( priv. /uax??), 
without fighting, 1. 7. 9, 3. 4. 
46, 6. 3. 15. 

'A/jax7)ri, adv.=a/ia)(e, 4. 2. 15. 

'A/j/3paciwrjjc, ov, 6, an inhabi- 
tant of Ambracia, 1. 7. 18-. 

o', comp. of dya- 



0c (Lat. amoenus), letter, 

abler, braver, 1. 7. 3, 5. 6. 28, 

7.7.54. 

/jtlXeia, ac, // (a priv. pi\ff), 

neglect, carelessness, 4. 6. 3. 



fiat, to be careless, negligent 

of, Gen. 7. 2. 7, 1. 3. 11. 
'AyufAwc, adv. carelessly, 5. 1. 6. 
A/Lterpoc, oc, ov (d priv. piTpov), 

without measure, immense, 3. 

2. 16. 



without means, in trouble, 1. 
5. 21. o?of apt'i'xai'OG flfftX- 
deli', a road hard, or impos- 
sible, to enter on, 1. 2. 21. 
:a>cd, evils without remedy, 
irremediable, 2. 3. 18. 
/JuXXaofiai, riaofiat, rjftai (t'i/jtX- 
Xa, a/xa), to contend, struggle 
for anything, iiri rt, 3. 4. 46 ; 
en-} TO &Kpov, to reach the 
height, 3. 4. 44. 

juTreXoe, ov, ^ (dju^/), a vz'ne, 
a vineyard, 1. 2. 22. 



'A/iuy^dXivoc, J/, or, of almonds; 
e'Xatov, almond oil, 4. 4. 13. 

Afjivi^w, see nvb). 

'AUVVV, a/jvru, 1. aor. ijpvva, to 
ward off (a euph. /zvv?;, an 
excuse). Mid., to wara* ojf 
/7-orn oneself, to defend, guard 
oneself, 5. 4. 25 ; r/va, against 
one, 2. 3. 23 ; punish. 

'Ap<f>i, prep., round, on both sides, 
but TTfp/, a/Z round, gov. gen. 
(rarely in prose), 4. 5. 17, 
dat. and ace. (usually in 
prose) ; ol up.<j>t Tiffrra^f'pvTji', 
Tissaphernes and his retinue, 
3. 5. 1, 4. 3. 21 ; sometimes 
the retinue alone, 1. 8. 21; 
sometimes the person alone. 
dju^f rt t\eiv or ilrat, to ie oc- 



'Ava(3oaa> 



cupied with, be busy about, 3. 
5. 14, 5. 2. 26, G. 4. 1. a^i 
TI $a.irara.v, 1. 1. 8, to spend 
money on anything; TO. dyu^t 
7nete, the things relating to 
tactics, 2. 1. 7 ; ap\l>\ rove I<T- 
XX/ovc. about, of number, 1. 
2. 9; of time, apfyi dyopdr, 1. 
8. 1, 1. 10. 17. 



ita), to be doubtful. 17^1- 
o, TI iiroiovv, they 
did not knoiv lohat they were 
doing, 2. 5. 33. 

'A/j<bteri/jog, ov, !>, Amphidemus, 
an Athenian, father of Amphi- 
crates, 4. 2. 13. 

'Apfytk-parnc, ovc, o, an Athenian, 
Amphicrates, 4. 2. 13. 

'A/ucpiXtyw, w, to dispute, 1. 5. 
11, TI about anything. 

'AfujtiTToXiG, ewe, /> Amphipolis, 
a city in Thrace, on both 
sides of the Strymon, and 
hence the name, 1. 10. 7. 

^Ap(j)nro\iTT)c, ov, 6, a citizen of 
Amphipolis. 

'An<popevc, e we, o (apfyi, (fitpw), a 
jar, 5. 4. 28. Lat. amphora. 

\\HfyoTtpoQ, a, or (|u0w), both, 
Lat. ambo, 1. 5. 17. 

'A/L<0o7-fpw0j', on fto^A sz'des, 1. 
10. 9, 3. 4. 29. 

"A/i0w, on', io^, 4. 2. 21. 

"A>' (d)=ea'=jj'-=2yj takes the 
conjunctive, (ay oa>'.) 

"Ar, the conditional particle, 
joined to ind. of past tenses, 
to conj., to opt., to part., to 
inf., but not to imperat. or 
presential indicatives. Itnever 
stands at the beginning of 
a sentence. With ind. of 
historical tenses, 1. 5. 2, 1. 
9. 19, 2. 3. 11, 3. 4. 22; J5 C 
TIG ay (fteru, 1. 5. 8; (f>ni> 



ar, 3. 2. 24; extTpfTToi', 3. 5. 
12 ; tTTopevOnacir, 4. 2. 10. 
With fut , da-aXXu^erf, but 
better reading is dTraXXd^aire, 
5. 6. 32. With opt., 1. 3. 19, 
1. 7. 2, 3. 1. 7; after on, 1. 
6.2,2. 1.10, we, 3.2.4; after 
rel., 3. 2. 12, 2. 5. 11, 1. 5. 

9, 7. 2. 6. With conj., we V a 
HaQns, 2. 5. 16, 2. 5. 18, 1. 3. 

5, 1. 3. 15; irplv, 1. 1. 10. 
With inf. 1. 3. 6, 2. 1. 12,3. 
1. 17, 5. 9. 31. With part., 
1. 1. 10, 7. 7. 30, 5. 2. 8, 

6. 2. 7, 4. 7. 16. 

'A>'d, prep. gov. ace. up, opp. to 
Kara, /own, 3. 5. 16, 7. 4. 2. 
With numerals it has a distri- 
butive force, CLVO. itivrt Tra/ua- 
ffdyyac TJJQ q^ipac, five par a-< 
sangs each day, 3. 4. 21, 4. 
6. 4. Of time, through ; dm 
(cpdroc, with all one's might, 
vigorously, like Kara /cpdroc, 1. 
8. 1, 4. 3. 20. 

, fit'iffopai, ptfinica, 
, 2 aor. dvf/3jr, <0 #0 
/> /fom ?Ae coast into the in- 
terior, 1. 1. 2, 3. 4. 25 ; mount, 
1. 8. 3; go on board, 5. 9. 
14. 

'Ava/3dX\w, /SaXw, /3f'/3/\7jca, 
/3/3Xi7/jat, to throiv up, 5. 2. 5; 
tTTt roi' iTTTror, fo mi o?i horse- 
back, in equum inferre (Caes.), 
4. 4. 4. 

'A)'ct/3d<Tte, fwc, rj (a.va, /3atVw), 
a g'om^ up, mounting, an ex- 
pedition or journey from the 
coast into the interior of a 
country, 1. 4. 9, 3. 1. 1, 4. 1 

10, 7. 8. 26. 
'Ava/3t/3dw, daw, to make go 

up, take up, 1. 10. 14. 
'Aya/3odw, ifuopai, to cry aloud, 
shout out, 5. 4. 31. 



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'A v a/3 O\-Y] 



'Ava/3oXr/, TJC, Tjf (dvd, /3dXXw), a 
mound of earth, an embank- 
ment, 5. 2. 5. 



i, to carry back 
tidings, to report, 1. 3. 21. 
vayiyywffKW, yvwffoyuai, dve'y- 
rw/ai, ai>iyv(i)ff[j.ai, 1 aor. dy- 
/ persuaded, 2 aor. 
', to &nou> weZZ, to read, 

1. 6. 4. 

, d<rw, ^vdy/atfTjuai 
), to force, compel ; 

Tiva n, anyone to do a thing, 

6. 2. 6, inf. 4. 5. 21. 
'Amycatoe, oc, ov (dj'dy/cj;), 

necessary. TO av., necessity, 1. 

5. 9. ot dyaycatoi, relatives, 

Lat. necessarii, 2. 4. 1. 
'Avdyoj, r/c, r/ (dm, a 

sity, need, 4. 5. 15. 

eorrt, with inf., t is necessary 

that, 5. 4. 20 ; often without 

tort. 
'Avdyw, aw, J?x a ^VA 10 '? ^ aor - 

dv^yayov (di'd, ayw), to lead 

up, bring up, 3. 4. 28, 2. 3. 21, 

2. 6. 1 ; Mid. to put to sea, Lat. 
/em in altum, 5. 7. 17, 9. 33. 

Ava^evyrvpi, ^evE.w, to yoke 
again; ffrpaToirtlov, to break 
up the camp, Lat. castra movere, 
to march o/, 3. 4. 37, 4. 6. 1. 

'A vaflappe'w, or Oaptrlu, JJ<TW, rt- 
dapprfKa, to regain courage, 6. 

2. 12. 

'Avadrjua, aroc, ro (d^d, ridrifii), 
that which is set up, a votive 
offering, as tripods, statues, 
etc., 5. 3. 5. 

'AvaOopvfito) (di'd, Qopvftof), to 
cry out loudly, applaud, 5. 1. 

3, 9. 30. 

"Avatpt'oi, rjffu), dvjj'pTjca, p.ai, 2 
aor. avtiXov ^d^d, a /pew), to 
J, Lat. tollere, to lift 



one's voice ; ^wv/jr, to answer 
as an oracle, to ^ive a response, 
3. 1. 6, 5. 3. 7; with inf. 
0w<70ai, 3. 1. 8, 7. 6. 44. 
avatpovfj,ai jroXt/ior, to under- 
take a war, begin, 5. 7. 27. 
vtfcpovf di'cupelffftai, to ta&<5 
Mjt) <Ae rfearf /or burial^ 4. 1. 
19,5.7.30. 

'Avacatw, xavau), to kindle, light 
up, 3. 1. 3. 

'AvacaXtw, <rw, rcirXifca, k-i'cXTj- 
/xat, to ca/Z r/^jon, to summon; 
TTJ ffdXTrtyyt dvaicaXfiiffyai, to 
sound a retreat, Lat. receptui 
canere, 4. 4. 22. 
va/cojvow, wdw, to communicate 
something to another, nvi rt, 
communicare aliquid cum ali- 
quo, 5. 6. 36, or 7-t4 7rpt 
Tiros, 3. 1. 5, 5. 9. 22; dva- 

, 5. 6. 36. 
Kop.iato), icEico^to^iat, 
to car?^/ wp, store w/>, 4. 7. 1, 17. 
'Avacpd^w, fcpd^o^at, KtKpaya, 
2 aor. dve'icpdyor, to cry ouf, 
atowJ, 4. 4. 20, 7. 3. 33. 
^w, w, to raz'se i/i 
war-cry dXnXd, 4. 3. 19. 



.i, 2 aor. dcXa/3oi', to 
o^-Xa, 6. 3. 1, or with 

one, lept'ia, 7. 1. 41, 5. 2. 32, 

1. 10. 6, 4. 7. 24. 

yaXa^Trw, \jjii> tojlameup, take 

fire, 5. 2. 24. 



, to gather, recount, 2. 1. 17. 
lffKu, \wfT<i>, a.vi'i\ti>Ka. and 
Ka, dr;Xw/.tat and drd- 
Xw/ua, to spend, to squander. 
'AvdXwroe, f/c, oi' (a priv. dXtrr- 
K-o/uni), ?iof taken, impregnable, 
5. 2. 20. 

'Am^fYw, fjievui, /.tf/ueVij/ca, to 
wait for, await, nrd or r/, 6. 4. 



' A 



VOLTCIVG) 



II 



1, with ace. and inf. 3. 1. 14, 
24. 



4. 8. 8. 



, to mix up, iv among, 



i, to remind one 
of a thing, nra TI or nva. 
rtroe ; Mid. to call to mind, 
recollect, TI, 1. 1. 26, or part. 
6. 1. 23. 

* Avavdpns, oe, ov (ft priv. arfip), 
unmanly, cowardly, 2. 6. 25. 

'Avaifitof, ov, 0, Anaxibius, a 
Spartan admiral, 7. 1. 10, 13. 

'AvafcvpiStc;, wv, al (dm, trupw, 
to draw, Eustath. ; probably 
Persian), trousers, iroiKtXat, 
tartan, 1. 5. 8. 

'AvaTruvw, aw, Ka, pai, to make 
to cease, give rest; Mid. to 
rest, to cease, desist, 1. 10. 16, 
4. 1. 14,2.2.4, 3. 1.3,5. 6. 
31. 



TTflffh), TrtTTElKa, 7T- 

t, to persuade, TIVO. TI, 
one of a thing, 5. 7. 1 ; inf. to 
do a thing, 1. 4. 11. 



pai or TrtTrrapat, to spread 

out, open ', avaTTfTTTaptrat 

TTvXat, open gates, 7. 1. 17. 
'Aj'aTrjjSaw, ijfftt), to leap up, 

spring, mount on horseback, 7. 

2. 20. Lat. conscendere, often 

without equum. 
'AyaTTvew, ifVf.v(Tb), to breathe 

again, take breath, revive, 4. 1. 

22. 
Ava.Trpa.TTti), irpa^ti), TrtTrpa-^a, 

ireTrpa.yp.ai, to exact, levy, 7. 7. 

31. 
1 AvairTvffffb), vu), to unfold ; TO 

Kf'pae, to extend the front, to 

deploy, Lat. explicare, 1. 10. 

9. Others say, to increase 



the depth, in 1. 10. 9. Fr. 
re'plier, to fold back the wing. 
varrrw, ^>w, to make fast, fasten, 
to light up,, kindle, 5. 2. 24. 



oyieu, to search out, inquire 
into, learn by inquiry, rav-n 
Trparro'yuEva, that these things 
were being done, 5. 7. 1. 

'Avap/0 f^Tfroc, oc, ov (a priv. 
a/otfyio'e), innumerable, count- 
less, 3. 2. 13. 

'Avaptoroe, c, >', without break- 
fast (a priv. apiaTOv), 1. 10. 
19, 4. 2. 4. 

and <rw, ai>ripwa.Ka, 
and ay/zot, to 
snatch up-, 7. 1. 15, carry off, 
plunder. 

vapx/a, ac, f{ (a priv. dpx';), 
lawlessness, anarchy, 3. 2. 29. 
va<iK\>a.^t>), aaw, a.vtaKtvaop,ni 
(opp. to Kara<7*.vaw), to paci: 
w/>, 6. 2. 8, often <Ae baggage, 
ITKEVTI, Lat. rasa colligere ; 
Mid. to march away. 
vaaTavpooi, axrw (a'^a, oraupcc, 
a stake, ?OTT;/U), to impale, cru- 
cify, fix on a stake, 3. 1. 17. 

, oreXw, tdraXca, <r- 
ai, to send up, to check, 
keep back, 5. 4. 23. 

, avearpotya, ave- 
, to turn upside down, 
turn back, 1. 4. 5, 4. 3. 29; 
Mid. /ace about, 1. 10. 12 ; to 
ac, 2. 5. 14. 

'Avaraparrw or aaati), aw, rtra- 
payna.i, to stir up, confuse, 
throw into confusion, 1. 7. 20. 

'Ai/areiVw, TEVW, rf'raKa, rt'rajuat, 
to stretch up, lift up, hold up, 
3. 2. 9, 33, 38; syn. a/p-, 
5. 6. 33, 7. 3. 6. deroc dva- 
TtTaptroQ, a spread eagle, 1. 
10. 12 ; stretch out, 7. 4> 9. 



12 



'Ai/areAAco 



'Avare'XXw, reXw, rtVaXca, rraX- 
/uat, 1 aor. dyf'mXa (dvd, 
rf'XXw), trans, to make rise. 
intr. to rise, of the sun, 2. 3. 
1 ; so aviayjia. 

'Avariflfj/La, dij/ro), rcOcuca, rldet- 
Hai, 1 aor. dveftjjoi, 2 aor. 
mid. at'tOf/jLrjv, to lay upon, 3. 

1. 30, 2. 2. 4 ; to consecrate, 
deposit, 5. 3. 5, 4. 7. 26. 

'Avarpc^cii, dptyb), rtrpotya, re- 
dpciju/zai, to bring up, to fatten, 
4. 5. 35. 

'Ai'a^evyw, OJUCH, to escape, flee 
up, 2 aor. arifyvyov, 6. 2. 24. 

'Ava^povEw, //rrw, to come #ac& 
to one's senses (resipiscere), 
4. 8. 21. 

'Ava^d^w, (Tw, 2 aor. e^d^oi', 
to c/rz'ye &ac& ; Mid. to draw 
5ac&, retire, 4. 7. 10. In 4. 1. 
16, Act. as Mid. 

'Ava^wpcw, '/<rw, Ke^prfKa, to 
retire, draw back; iiri irola, 
to retreat backwards, leisurely, 
Lat. pedetentim, 5.2. 32. 

'Avaxwp/^w, /<rw, to make to 
go back, cause to retire, 5. 2. 
10. 

' ArSpayadia, ac, i; (a''/p, ayafloc), 
fne character of a brave, good 
man, manly virtue, courage, 5. 

2. 11. 

' Av$pa.Tro$ov, ov, TO (avrip, TTOVC, 
better from avdpa airodoadai), 
a slave taken in war ; Lat. 
mancipium, 4. 1. 12. 

* AvSptloc, eia, elov (a^j/p), manly, 
courageous ; comp. -drepos, 
superl. -o'raroc. 

'AvSpeiorijc, rqroc, f), manliness 
(virtus) (tvlptia, 6. 5. 14. 

'A>'piw, (<rw, to ma^be a man o/J 
make strong', Mid. to act man- 
fully, 5. 8. 15 ; shoiving man- 
liness, 4. 3. 34, 



eyepw, eyyepxa, cyir 
yfpp,ai, 1 aor. act. ay^yejpct; 
pass. avrjyEpOrii' (dva, tyei'pa;), 
to 'M?a^;e /), rouse. 
i'Eiirtlv (di'ct, t7Ttv), to joro- 
claim, make a proclamation 
that, with inf. Pass, form ar- 

2. 2. 20, 5. 2. 18. 
rX//i, ci)>KTr\i](T<i) (di'd, 
K, Tri'/zTrXrjjut), to ^/t^ wp or 
again, 3. 4. 22. 

Ave/jioc, ov, o (ari/j.i, to blow), 
the wind, hence Lat. animus. 
, of, or (d priv. tTr/, 
, adv. -ron-, no< ope?t 
to be attacked, blameless, fault- 
less, 7. 6. 37. 

'Ai/fp0t'w, /ffw, to provoke; Pass. 
to &e excited ; Lat. irrltare, 6. 
6.9. 
'Avspwrdw, ?;<rw, to as^; again or 

repeatedly, 2. 3. 4, 4. 5. 34. 
"Avev, adv. or prep., without, gov. 

gen. 1. 3. 13. 

'AvtvpiffKb), evpr](T<tt, evprjKa, tvpr}- 
P.CU, 2 aor. act. avtvpov, 1 aor. 
pass, arevpldr)!', to find out, 
discover, 7. 4. 14. 

e'w or avavyjlWi dvs- 
a, at'(r^r)fj.ai, 2 aor. act. 
avia-^ov, to hold up, lift up, 
to put up with, endure, 1. 
7. 4, 1. 8. 11, 7. 7. 47. 
In trans, to me as the sun, 
pres. di'i'ir^w. tturoO fiatriXev- 
OVTOQ ave\(rdat, to endure his 
being king, 2. 2. 1 ; to restrain 
oneself, 1. 8. 26, 5. 6. 34. 
Impf. mid. r/^i)(d/iryi', 2 aor. 

juiji', double augm. 
e? ov, o (a cop. and rltro- 
2ec, Lat. nepotes, 'grandsons 
together,' Don.), a cousin, a 
kinsman, 7. 8. 9. 

TOC, oc, ov (a priv. dveo- 
, incurable, fatal. av 



A ' 'A ' 

A.V7]K 0) A V T t 



KCIKOV rtvoi iroieli', to inflict, 
irremediable evils, ruin utterly 
2. 5. 5. 

'Av/jicw, w, to come up to, reach 
up to, 6. 4. 3. 

'Av/p, dv?po'c, 6, a man, vir, 
opp. to woman, (ardpiairoQ, 
homo, opp. to beast). avc?pc 
orpartwrai, 1. 3. 3, 7. 1. 25 ; 
a. evtpyirat, 7. 7. 23. ot 
avlpts, the enemy, 3. 1. 23; 
6 avi)p = ai'f]p, TOV dv/>o'c = 
ravfyocj 7. 7. 3. 

'Av6tuiov, ov, ro (ar0oc, oc, TO), 
a flower, a spiral line, 5. 4. 32. 



, dvflf'ora/ioi (dvri, 7<r- 
}, to set against; Mid. to 
oppose, resist, rtvi anyone. 



of or belonging to man. rd dv- 

flpwTriva, human remedies, 2. 5. 

8. 

v0pw7roc, ov, o, man, IJat. homo, 

opp. to beast, 1. 7. 4, 3. 3. 5, 

4. 2.7, 7.3.43,6.2.23. 

, daw, 1 aor. pass. TjnaO/jr, 
vea?, grieve ; (rtrfa, ac, ^f, 
e/), 3. 3. 19, 4. 8. 26. 

, uvrjffia, ai't'iKct, ave'inai, 1 
aor. avrJKa (ara, 1r]p.i), to send 
up, let go, let loose, 7. 6. 30. 

ti), riant, USU. riffopai (aru, 
ifj.ac, ayroc, 6, a leather strap), 
to draw up, to pull up, 4. 2. 8. 



a.vtffTa/j.a.1, to set or raise up ; 
Mid. to me wp, so 2 aor. act. 
aviarr]v, and pf. and pip. act. 
intrans. 4. 5. 19, 21, 1. 5. 3, 
1. 3. 13, 4. 5. 8, 3. 1. 15, 4. 
8. 21, 5. 9. 5. 



intr. to rz'se, as the sun, 2. 1. 
3, 5. 7. 6 ; so avart'XXw. 
ov, >; (ard, o^dc), 



np, specially into Central 
Asia, like dvd/3a<rtc, 2. 1. 1. 

Avooc, oc, ov, (d priv. 62oc), 
without a road, impassable, 4. 
8. 10. 

Avo'qroc, oc, ov (d priv. jWu>), 
without understanding, sense- 
less, silly. 

Avoiyta or dvo/yvv/ut, dvoiw, 
dvfw^a, aviyyfiai, to open, 
2 pf. dvwya, intr. am or 
stand open, impf. dvf'wyov, 
1 aor. act. dvua, pass. 

dvj(fljjr f 5. 5. 20. 
'Avo/j/a, ac, f] (d priv. vo^oc), 

sin, lawless conduct, 5. 7. 34. 
'Avo/ioioc, oc and a, ov (a priv. 

and o^otoc), unlike, urojjwiwr, 

E^fiv, to 6e differently situated, 

7.7.49. 
Avo^toc, oc, ov (d priv. vo/ioc), 

without law, lawless, impious, 

6. 4. 13. 
'Avrayopdw, a<rw (dvr/, dyo- 

pd^w), to ow^ in return, 1. 5. 5. 
'AvrfiKovw, ovaopai (dvrt, d(fova), 

to ^ear z'w <MT^, 2. 5. 16. 
"Avrav^poc, ov, //, Antandrus, a 

city in Mysia, 7. 8. 7. 

vre/jtirXtii) or avTE/j.iriir\T)p.t, 

a.>"TEfjnr\Tiffii), etc. (dvr/, v, 

7r\w, or irlfiirXrifjii), to Jill in 

turn, in requital, 4. 5. 28. 



impt\it>p.ai,) to attend or ^u* 
^eed in <wr, 3. 1. 16. 

AvrV7TOt(i>, T/ffW, IJICCtj ^Ot 

(dvrt, U, TTOtf'w), to 6?0 ^OOC? m 

<wr, 5. 5. 21. 

'AT/, a prep. gov. the gen. orer 
against, opposite, 4. 7. 6 ; in 
return for, instead of, 1. 1. 4. 
dv6' t3v ev tTraflov^Kvrt rov- 
rwv a, Z'TI return for the favours 
I received, 1. 3. 4; m ex- 
changefor, 1. 7. 3. 



(avri, /3<i>/it), to ^rz've t'ra 
return, 3. 3. 19. 

'Avri0Ew, tivaofj.ai (dvr/, 0w), 
to run opposite, 4. 8. 17. 

'AvriKadiffTTiui, Karaarrjcrtt), KU- 
Of'arjjca, KadftTTauai (iT/, 
Kara, iffrrjut), to place or /?- 
poznf instead of, 3. 1. 38. 

'AvriXf'yw, w (dvr/, Xf'yw), to 
speak against, oppose, 2. 3. 
25, 7. 3. 14; p/ tf'vat, 2. 5. 
29. 

'AvriXf'wv, ovrog, o (a IT/, XE'WV) 
Antileon, a native of Thurii, in 
Italy, 5. 1. 2. 

'Avr/oe, a, ov (dirt), opposite, 
against, oi Xoyot dvr/oi eiaiv 
11 OVQ rJKovov, the words are 
the very reverse of those I 
heard, 6. 4. 34 ; liven, iXavveiv, 
1. 8. 17, 24. 

'AvriTrapafo'w, 6tvffo/j.ai, (avri, 
irapa, 0u>), to run to either 
side opposite, 4. 8. 17. 

'Arri7rapa0Xucio/mt, affop.cn, 
Trap(ffKvao[j.ai (dvrt, Trapd, 
(Tivwd^w), to prepare oneself in 
turn, in opposition, 1. 2. 5. 



(dvrt, Trapd, rd 
to rfraw owf m array against. 
a >Ti7rapararr<T0cu ^)dXayya, 
to draw j9 in battle array op- 
posite ; Kara 0dXayya,4. 8. 9, 
in line, with a greater front 
than depth. 

'Ai'Ttirapetui (arri, Trapd, fl/xt), 
to march over against, or 
alongside, parallel with, 4. 3. 
17. 



(avri, 
2. 5. 17. 

^rtTTEpde (drt,Tr'pac), adv. over 
against, opposite, 4. 8. 3. 



'AvrtTrotw, }/rw, rjKa, T//ZCI (dvr/, 
TrotEw), to cfo zra return, 3. 3. 
7 ; Mid. c. gen., to see a/iter, 
Za^ c^az'm to, dpfr^c, 4. 7. 12 ; 
to contend for dp^J/c empire 
rivi with one, 2. 1. 11; or 
5. 2. 11, ^/br an^- 



'AvTiiropevouat, w<ro/uat (dvrt, 
Tropfuw), to march against, 
false reading, 4. 8. 17. 

'Avr/7ropoc, oc, ov (dvrt, Tropoe), 
over against, 4. 2. 18. 

'AiTtorao-td^w (awr/, oraTtd^w), 
to /orw a party against one, 

TLVl, 4. 1. 27. 

'AjTiorao-iw-ije, ov, 6, owe q/" the 
opposite party, oi. ay. 1. 1. 10, 
the opposite faction. 

'Avrtfrrot^fw, jjcrw (dvr/, orot^'w), 
to stand opposite in rows or 
pairs, as in a dance, 5. 4. 12. 



uw), to encamp op- 
posite, 7. 7. 33. 
jTirdrrw, rd^w, rlra-^a, rira- 
yuai^avTi, rdrrw), to draw up 
opposite, to range in battle 
against, \tuov TIVI, 2. 5. 19; 
avrirfrd^arat, Jon. for dvri- 
Tf.rayp.ivot elai, 4. 8. 5. 



dw), to honour in turn, 5. 
5. 14. 

vriro^tuw, fuerw (dvr/, ro^euw), 
to sAooi arrows in turn, 3. 3. 
15, 5. 2. 32. 

vrKpuXdVrw, aw (dvr/, 0uXdr- 
rw), to watch in turn Mid. to 
be on one's guard against one, 
nva, 2. 5. 3. 
"AvT-pov, ou, TO, Lat. antrum, a 
cave, cavern. 

w5;c, J?c, EC (arrpov, T2oc), 

of caves, 4. 3. 11. 
'AvucrrtJc, oe, o' (dvuw), possible, 



O.VVOTUV, as silently as 

possible, 1. 8. 11. 
'A^vw or drurw (u), v<rw, >;'J)k-a, 

fjvvfffjiai, to accomplish, 7. 7. 

24. 
"Ayw (d^d), adv. ?</>, a5oz;e ; 

comp. dvwre'pw, higher, 1. 4. 

17; superl. dvwrdrw, 7. 4. 11. 

TO ci^w, ^Ae party above, 4. 6. 

26. 6 aw (3affi\fvg, the king 

of the upper country, 7. 7. 3 ; 

the Persian king, 7. 1. 28 ; 

4. 1. 6, 1. 7. 15. Of countries, 

inland (opp. to k-drw), /rowi ZAe 

coast, to the interior, ol a.vw, 

the living, sometimes, our 

ancestors, ol KUTU), the dead. // 

arw otfoc, 3. 1. 8. 
'Arw-yaiov, ov, ro (arw, ya7a), 

anything raised above the 

ground, a room, the upper 

floor, 5. 4. 29. 
" 'AfwWei' (ayw), adv. from above, 

4. 7. 12 ; from the interior of 

a country, 7. 7. 2. 
'At'a, ac, >/, worth, value, deserts, 

6. 4. 33 ; icar' d/a', according 

to one's desert, duly. 
'Afr'i/ij, je, >; (t) (aywfjii), an 

axe, 1. 5. 12, 7. 1. 17. In 4. 

4. 12 it is understood. 
"Aioc, ia, wr, adj. (ccyw), worth, 

worthy, with gen. TroXXoi) dioc, 

valuable, ivorth much, 1. 3. 12, 

4. 1. 28. 7raToc atoc, worthy 
of all esteem, all important, 7. 
3. 13. diuv ierrt, opercepretium 
est, cequum est, decet, with inf. 
and dat. pers. 7. 3. 19 ; it is 
worth while, 5. 8. 7 ; it is 
right, proper, becoming, 5. 7. 

5, 2. 3. 25, 7. 3. 19. 
*Afoorpd-^yoc, oc, ov, adj.U'orthy 

of being commander, worthy of 
a great general, 3. 1. 24. 
'Aiow, wffw (dtoc), to think one 



15 

worthy, riva TIVOC, 3. 2. 7 ; to 
think it right, Lat. cequum cen- 
ser -e, 1. 9. 15 ; to ask, Lat. 
postulare, 1. 3. 19 ; to request, 
Lat. peter e, ace. c. inf. 1.1. 8; 
to wish, with inf., Lat. cupere, 
velle, 1. 7. 8 ; elm/, to c/atwi 
to be, 3. 1. 37. 

'A^iitifjta, aroe, TO (aioc), that of 
which one is thought worthy, 
dignity, reputation, 5. 9. 28. 

Awi', ovof, 6 (ayw), aw axle,\. 
8. 10; (afrij*', ovroc, fat. part, 
of ayw). 

AoTrXoc, oc, ov (a priv. oVXov), 
unarmed, 2. 3. 3. 

, Xw, r/yyfXjra, 
(OTTO, dyye'XXw), rf 
Tivt or n ?rpoc riva, to report, 
announce, bring back word, re- 
port in answer; 1 aor. d;rj/y- 
yfiXa, 1. 3. 19, 7. 2, 10. 14, 
2. 4. 23, 3. 9; tic r/^'EXXaSa, 
2. 4. 4, 6. 2. 25. 
Trayopeuw, tvoia, to forbid, T<j> 
TroXlp.y, to give iip, renounce, 
takes ^>arf. of vb. ; like dTret- 
pTjfca, to fo unable to speak, be 
wearied, 1. 5. 3, 5. 8. 3. 
Trdyw, dw, aTr^^a, aTrrjyfj.at, 
2 aor. airijyayvf, to lead 
away, bring back; T^V iirl 
Oavara airayuv (sc. b6v}, to 
lead to death, 1. 6. 10 ; sc. 
eavrov, to make off, go away, 

1. 10. 6 ; Mid. to take away 
with them, 6. 4. 1. 

^, i/c,'/, a leading away. 
^C, C (d priv. 7ra0oc), 
without suffering, c. gen. KCIKWV, 
7. 7. 33 ; apathetic, calm. 
\\iraicevrog, oc, ov (a priv. irat- 
livw), untaught, ignorant, rude, 

2. 6. 26. 

'An-a/jow, apw (d;ro, atpw), fo /yi 
ojf, fa^e ait'a^ ; sc. VO.VQ, to 



sail away, nrparoy, march 

away, 7. 6. 33. 

jrcurEw, ?/iTw, j/VjjKO, rjfjiai (cnro, 

cure'w), to as&, demand back, 

riva. TI, I. 2. 11, 7. 7. 21, 6. 

17. 



a7r/)XXay/uat, to get rid of, 3. 2. 
28; to set free, riva nvoe, 4. 3. 
2; to jtraf away from, ri nvoc, 
remove ; intr. to <jre ojf. 1. 10. 

8, escape, 5. 6. 32 ; Mid. cfe- 
/jari, 7. 1. 4, 6,fiiov,from life, 
escape from, get rid of, 5. 1. 
14. 

'ATraXdc, /, ov (aTrro/ucu, JT 
touch), tender, soft, 1. 5. 2. 

,ai, \l>ofjtai (cnrd, djuEt- 
), to reply, 1 aor. pass. 
/, Ae answered, 2. 5. 
15. 

ATravraw, ?'/<rw or TJITOJUCU, 1 aor. 
airjjtTritTa, to come to meet, to 
encounter, rtvi, anyone; to fall 
in with, 2. 3. 17, 4. 6. 24, 2. 
4.25. 
*A7ra, adv. orace, Lat. semel, 1. 

9. 10, 4. 7. 12. 
'AirapaffKevaffToe, oe, ov (a priv. 

Trapa, ffKtua^w), unprepared, 
1. 1.6,1.5.9. 

ao-KEuoc, c, o'', unprepared. 
c, ana, av (ayua, Trac), aZi 
together, 4. 4. 1 ; an-ai' ro 
fjiiaor, 1. 4. 4 ; ro orprUjua 
ttTrar, 2. 5. 28 (yet next line, 
arrav ro <rrp. 2. 5. 29), 4. 3. 
19, 1. 4. 17 ; TtfSiov an-av, 4. 
4. 1. 



to do a thing on the same day, 

to return the same day, 5. 2. 

1. 

Tjffw, to disobey, to be 
(a priv. irtidofjiai), 2. 

6.4. 



t'w, r/<ra, to threaten, takes 
inf. or 6Vt, we, 5. 5. 22. 
'A7TtX>'/, jjc, ?/, threat, 7. 7. 24. 
ATrft/xi (OTTO, tlfit), to go away, 
depart, part. otTriw^, 1. 9. 29, 
2. 1. 21, 1. 4. 7, 4. 6. 1. 
Airtipi (a.Ti-6, e*/u), to 6e away, to 
be absent, part. OLTTWI'. 

UTTO, EfTrov), 2 aor., fut. 
, perf. curelpriKa, p. p. 
, fut. (nroppr)di]<ro[jiai, 
to forbid, 7. 2. 12; renounce, 
give up, 7. 1. 41 ; intr. to </tve 
wp, 5e wearied, sink from ex- 
haustion, 2. 2. 16 ; 5. 1. 2 ; 
6. 5. 30. 

A7r/poc, oe, ov (a priv. Trftpa), 
inexperienced,ignorant, 2. 2. 5, 
5. 1. 8, 5. 6. 29 ; unacquainted 
with, c. gen. 3. 2. 16. 
'ATreXauvw, fXairw and fXw, eX//- 
Xaica, fXj'/Xa^tai (d.7ro, t'Xauvw), 
to rfrz'ye away, ri Tin ; sc. 
ff-pariav, to march, depart, 1. 
4. 5, 7. 8. 11 ; sc. 'iirirov, to 
ride away, 1. 8. 17, 2. 3. 6. 

UKW, w (CITTO, e'pvKw), to 7i'66/J 
away from, TL TIVI, or a?ro 
, 5. 8. 25. 

fvero^at, \/Xu0a, 
to ^o away, depart from, go 
back, return, 1. 1. 4, 9. 29, 
4. 6. 13, 8. 6, 5. 2. 20. 



i, 2 aor. airrj^dofirfv, to 
be hated, become hateful, 2. 6. 
19, 5. 8. 25, 7. 6. 34. 



P- 

airti-)(()v, 2 aor. airia^ov (IITTO, 
EVW), to keep off, or away 
from, ayaf)u>, 3. 1. 22, 5. 9. 
31, 6. 4. 14, 2. 6. 10; to be 
away or distant from, 1. 3. 
20, 3. 2. 34, aXXTjXwv, 2. 4. 10, 
rfjQ 'EXXdSoc, 3. 1. 2. 



-* A TT00VO) 



EW, TjVu> (aTTlCTTOC, U prlv. 

and 7Tt<rrtc), to disbelieve, dis- 
trust, Tiri n, 2. 5. 6, 7. 2. 31, 
2. 6. 19, 6. 4. 13. 

'AiritTTta, ac, / (a priv. 7rt<me), 
distrust, disbelief, 2. 5. 4, 7. 7. 
30, 2. 5. 21 ; faithlessness, 3. 
2.4. 

"ATrtaroc, oc, ov, untrustworthy, 
faithless, 2. 4. 7, 7. 7. 23, 24. 

'Airirior, verbal fr. cnrtipt, one 
must, or it is necessary to, go 
aicay, 5. 3. 1. 

"ATT/WOC, oc, ov, collat. form 
awXaroQ (d priv. TreXaw), un- 
approachable, immense, terri- 
ble, 4. 4. 11. 

'AirXovc, ij, ovv (upa, simul), 
Lat. simplex, single, plain, 
simple, opp. to SnrXovc, duplex, 
double, 5. 8. 18, 2. 6. 22. 

'Air6, prep. gov. the gen., Lat. 
ab,from, aivay from, 7. 3. 12, 
6. 1. 8, 3. 4. 38, of place ; of 
time, after, from, since, 7. 5. 
8, 1. 7. 18, 6. 1. 23. ciTro 
, on horseback, 1. 2. 7. 
euro, to ie^m tt't'fA, 6. 
1. 18. 

'Airofiaivw, f&jirofitUj fiifinKa, fie- 
fl&ftat) 2 aor. airffirjv, to stop 
0/f, dismount, disembark, go 
away, 5. 7. 9, 6. 1. 2 ; to come 
fr-we, oe verified, 7. 8. 22. 

'A7ro/3a/\Ati>, /3a/\w, /3f'/3\r/Ka, /3t'- 
l3\Tjp.at, to throiv away, cast off, 
5. 9. 21, 4. 6 ; 10. 

'A7ro/3t/3a^w, uirtti, Att. /3/3w, 
causative of airofiaiw, to 
make to get off, disembark, set 
on land, 1. 4. 5. 

'A7ro/3\Vw, 4/w, to Zoofc stead- 
fastly at one, nva, to direct 
one's eyes to one, etc nva, 1. 
8. 14, 7. 2. 33. 

'ATroytyi wffKu} or yiruKTCw, y>'w- 



crofiat, 

to ^zve M/> an intention, rr.v 
, of fighting, 1. 7. 19. 
pi, cti^a, ^ecet^o, ?'- 
, to point out, rtvi TI, 5. 
8. 7 ; appoint, 1. 1. 2, 1. 9. 7. 
diro?^a(T0ai yrwyujjr, to </e- 
Zzver one's opinion, 5. 5. 3, 5. 
6. 37. a.Tro^^iy[jievoi Tro\efj.ioi, 
declared enemies, 7. 1. 26. 
TToctrtw, 2e/ow, to ./to;y, si'z'n, 2 
aor. pass, airtdaprjv, 3. 5. 9. 



to accept, 6. 1. 24. 



, to be away from 
home, to be or go abroad, 7. 
8.4. 

'A<roicpd(7:w, Sparropat, cefipuKa, 
2 aor. d.TT$par, to escape, so as 
not to be found ; airofytvytiv, 
to escape, so as not to be caught, 
1. 4. 8, 2. 5. 7, 6. 3. 16. 



pat, to give back, restore, pay, 

1. 7. 5, 18 ; Mid. to se//, 7. 

2. 3, 6. 

EW, oa>, CCoy/uai, to TC- 
e not to do, TrotfTf or pi) 
; used impers., 2. 3. 9. 
cvaia, ce^vKa, ceSvpai, 

1 aor. cnrfcvtra, trans., 2 aor. 
aTre'tur, intrans. 4. 3. 17, to 
sfrzJ9, TI Tiros. Perf. is trans. 
5. 8. 23. 

iroOapped), yaw, to take courage, 

have confidence, 5. 2, 22, usu- 

ally d7ro)(<jptj'. 

TTotier, old Att. &TrwQti>, from 

afar, 1. 8. 14. 

TT<i6i">iaKit), Gavovpai, TtOvT)Ku, 

2 aor. atriQavov, to die, to be 
put to death, viro -IVOQ, by 
anyone, 2. 6. 29, 5. 1. 15. 

voi, Ovau}, Tttivna, rtdvpat, 
to offer up a sacrifice, in ful- 



i8 



TTOlKia- 



filment of a vow, 3. 2. 12, 4. 
8. 25,5. 1. 1. 

'Airuncia, ae, / (C'ITTO, OIKOQ\ a 
colony, settlement. areXXw, 
c'iyEti', iKnluiTEif, to plant a 
colony, 4. 8. 22, etc. 

c, oc, or, away from home, 
abroad, sc. iroAtc? a colony = 
airotKia, 5. 3. 2, 10. 1 ; airoiKot, 
settlers, colonists, 5. 5. 10, 10. 
15. 

Kavrrii) (KinnvKa, KtKav- 
), to iwra o/'; also of intense 
cold, likeLat. wro, aduro. ant- 
KCLIOVTO at p'c, ?/ezV noses 
were frozen off, frost-bitten, 7. 
4. 3 ; to wither up, 4. 5. 3. 

'ATTOKdAeW, <7to, Kf.K\r}Ktt, KCK\rj- 

jjiai, to call back) recall, call 

away or aside, 7. 3. 35. 
'A7roica/z'w, Kap.ovfJ.ni, KCKftifKU, 

to grow quite weary, fail or 

flag utterly, 4. 7. 2. 
'A7TOk'/*at, Kticro/jai, to be laid 

away, to be laid up in ^store, 

rtvi, reserved for one's use, 2. 

3. 15, 5. 4. 27, 7. 7. 46. 



and EiiT/jat, 1 aor. pass. 
aTrucXitaS^v, to shut, 7. 6. 24; 
shut off, cut off, 6. 6. 13, 4. 3. 
20, 21. 



/.(at, to turn aside, off the road, 
2. 2. 16. 



/itat, to c<< off, beat off, knock 
off, 7.4.15, 3.4. 39, 4.2.10, 
17. 



i, to answer, reply ; Att. 
aTrecptmro; Hellenistic, OTTE- 
Kpitiil, 2. 1. 22; Ion. vtrexp<>>- 
aro; Epic, fyfjuiwa.ro, or i'i/jfi- 
(1>0 1}, aTnif-tfifyOri, 2. i). 15. 
Act. to separate. 



, V\|/W, KfKpV(f>a,KlKpVp- 

p.ai, to hide from, nvi ri or 
nvd TI. Mid. conceal, 1. 9. 
19. 

TTOkTEfVw, fcTfJ'U), EKTOra. OY 

/cror?j(ca or ejfraytta, 1 aor. 
cKrciyct, 2 aor. tKravov, poet. 
Kra', to kill., put to death, 1. 
1. 3, 2. 1. 11. Pass, a; 
er/v-w. Bye-forms affOKrtV 
ww, 6. 5. 5, 7. 28. 

VW, Vffd) (v), K'Ek'ti)} 

\vjj.iit, to hinder, rtra 
ru'oc, one from anything, 3. 3. 
3 ; 7ru7v or uj) Troitiv, to pre- 
vent doing, 6. 2. 24. 
'ATToXapfiavw, A//I//O/KU, cnrfl- 
Xrjtya, aTTE/AT/jujuat, 2 aor. otTre- 
Aa/3o>', to takeof receive from, 

1. 2. 27, 7. 7. 14, 55, n 
Tra.pd TIVOC, to cut off, intercept, 

2. 4. 17. 

'ATroAEtVa;, Xet\liii), XeXonra, AE'- 
Xeipuui, 2 aor. uTTE'XtTror, to 
leave behind, forsake, 4. 2. 15, 

1. 4. 8, 2. 6. 12 ; /ev<? a s/ace 
o/iew, 6. 5. 11 ; r?7c ra&wr, to 
abandon military order, 5. 4. 
20. 

'ATTo'Aficroc, oe, ov (OTTO, Af'yw), 
chosen out, picked, 2. 3. 15. 

, oXiffta or oA<I, A<J- 
;a, 1 aor. cnruXfara, 2 aor. 
uirwXoprfi', 2 perf. an-oAwA, 
/ am undone ; to destroy, kill, 

2. 5. 39, 3. 2. 4; {nro 
rmjc, to Aave anything de- 
stroy fd by anyone, 3. 4. 11, 
7. 2.22; VTTO j^ifivoc WTroAAifO 1 - 
0a/, to perish in the snow, 5. 

3. 3 ; Xtfjty, VJTO Xtpov, to die 
of hunger, 1. 5. 5, 2. 2. 11, 
7. 4. o'. 

TroAXwj/, bii^oc, 6, Apollo, ace. 
'A-roAAw, voc. "AwA\i f , 1 . 
2. 8, 5. 3. 4, 7. 8. 3. 



a>via 'ATrocrTpaTOTredcvu) 19 



'AVoXXwta, ac, /, Apollonia, a 
city in Mysia, 7. 8. 15. 

'AroAXwWJjj?, ou, 6, Apollonides, 
a Boeotian, 3. 1. 26. 

'ATroXoyEO/Jcti, ijiro/jiai, to speak 
in defence of oneself, in regard 
to a thing, Trepi rti'oc, 5. 6. 3. 

ATO\IW, XOtrw, XfiXvKa, XeXv^ai, 
to se y^ee, release from, rim 
rti oc ; TTJC atrt'af, yree owe 
/)wrt blame, acquit, 6. 6. 15. 

pa^errofjaL and 
i, to fight off a thing, 
decline it, 6. 2. 6. 

'A/ro/ict^oc, oc, ov (aVo, pd\ri), 
imfit to fight, disabled, hors- 
de-combat, 3. 4. 32, 4. 1. 13. 

'A;ro'o<r-k>, j/<rw, to return, come 
home, 3. 5. 16. 



^uu, to send ojf, despatch, re- 
lease, discharge, 1. 1. 3, 5, 8, 
etc. 

, n-r?/(TO/iai, 2 aor. 
, to fly away, 1. 5. 3. 



j, 2 aor. uTmraynv, to 
make to freeze ; Pass, to freeze, 
be frozen, 5. 8. 15. 
TTOTT^CIW, ?'/<rw, <0 /eo^? off from, 
start away, 3. 4. 27. 

ATTOTTAEW, 7rXii<TO|uat or ovfj.cn, 
to sail away, sail off, 1. 3. 14, 
1. 4. 7, 7. 1. 4. 

AjroTrXooCj contr. 
Tr\6(iv, 6, a sailing away, a 
voyage, 5. 6. 20. 

ATTOTropevo/zai, Evirop.ni, to de- 
part, go away, 7. 6. 33, 7. 7. 8. 

ATT of>Eii), ?;<rw, to fo tiTropoc, with- 
out means, to be at a loss, to 
be in doubt, 1. 5. 13; to be 
perplexed, 1. 3. 8, 7. 3. 20, 
29. p'j, to fear lest ; nror, to 
ie ?' imZ o/ anything, 1. 7. 
3, 5. 6. 30, 5. 8. 25. 



Airopin, at, >/, difficulty, perplex- 
ity, embarrassment, 2. 5. 9, 3. 
5. 7, 3. 1. 2, 11, 12, 6. 4. 11, 
1. 3. 13. rpo^/^c, a ttfanf of 
food, 2. 5. 9; scarcity, 7. 7. 31. 
, cc, ov (a priv. iropoc, 
, impassable, pathless, 
impracticable, 2. 4. 4, 2. 5. 18. 
tV a~6i>oiq ilvai, to be in great 
straits, 5. 6. 20, 7. 6. 11; 
helpless, 2. 5. 21 ; ra an-opa, 
difficulties. 

'AvoppijToc, oc, ov (a;rpw, ajro, 
tpttv), no< to fie spoken, that 
should not be spoken, forbid- 
den, secret, 1. 6. 5. iv cnroppt'i- 
rw TroiTiadnti'or, having made 
the communication as a secret t 

7. 6. 43. 

*A7roppa>, <iyoc, 6, ; (UTTO, p/'/yvu- 

/ui), broken, rugged, steep, 6.4.3. 

'Airotrijiro/jai, \l/ouat, triarj-rra, to 

rot off, be frost-bitten, 4. 5. 12. 

ATT 'o CT 'K(i TI T{I>, \l/u>, to cut off or 

intercept by trenches, 2. 4. 4. 

a<rw or (TKE?.W, 
, to scatter, dis- 
perse, straggle, 4. 4. 15. 

TJrrw (OLTTO, (TKnvty, 
to encamp apart, 3. 4. 35. 

d<TW, e'o-Traica, iffira- 
, to take or draw away, 1. 

8. 13, 7. 2. 11, rtvd r'o, 
separate, 2. 2. 12, 7. 3. 41. 

'Airorrravpvb), w'<7w, to fence off 
with a palisade, 6. 3. 1. 



t, to serkZ away from y 
send off, despatch, 2. 1. 5. 

//rrw, etrrfprjKa, tffrefi- 
i, to ro&, despoil, defraud, 
rtra nvog or rtva rt, 7. 7, 
48, 6. 4. 23, 7. 6. 9. 

iu>, Evtrw, or dep. 



to encamp 



20 



'A7rocrr/)0 CD ' Ap a /3 la 



away from, at a distance from, 

7. 7. 1, 3. 4. 34. 

C^bij 4 /w > airt&rpoQa, airt- 
t, to wm &ac&, Jn'n<7 

back, recall; or intr. sc. laurov, 

j/aur, to ta?-/i >ac&. 
'ATToorpo^?/, ^e> J^ # turning 

back, resource, refuge, 7. 6. 34, 

2. 4. 22. 
'A7ro<7iA.aw, ?j<rw, to sn}j off, rob, 

defraud, rivet rtroe or nva n, 

1. 4. 8. 

'ATTO/TW^W, ffwaw, to save or re- 
store again, o'iica^e, &nn<7 sq/e 
7>07we, 2. 3. 18. 

'ATTora^ptvw, u<ra> (OTTO, ra^poc, 
0a7rrw), to yewce ojf w;iYA a 
dttoft, intrench, 6. 5. 1. 
'ATrorfiVw, reyw, TS.~a.Ka, TtTauai, 
to stretch out, extend, 1. 8. 10. 
'A7rori)tw, iffw, Att. tw, to wa^/ 
ojf, to cut off or s/mf ouf by a 
, 2. 4. 4. 

^/w, rer/ii)ca, rir \nf\- 
yuai, to CWi ojf, 3. 4. 29 ; ch-o- 
TfjiTiQevTef TO.Q cc^aXaCi having 
had their heads cut off, 2. 6. 1. 
i, Oijffa), rcdeueoj re- 
i, to put away, stow away, 

2. 3. 15. 

Toru'w, rfffw, rcrlca, re'riffjuat, 
to />ay iac^;, repay, 7. 6. 16. 
Mid. avenge oneself on one, 
rira, punish, take vengeance, 

3. 2. 6. 

) oc, or (ctTro, rtyuvw), 
o/", abrupt, precipitous, 
steep, 4. 1. 2. 

eVw, v^a;, rlrpotya, Tlrpap.- 
i, to turnback or aside, 3. 5. 
1,7.3.7, 6. 11. 
TTorpt^w, Qptofjiai and dpafiov- 
pai, 2 aor. cnriSpafjiur, to run 
off or away. 

(&avw, irifyayKa, ire- 
t, to S/<OM;, display, 5. 7. 



12 ; cnroQaiveffQat yrw/hyx, to 
declare one's opinion, 1. 6. 9. 
&), (^ev^o/jiai and ov/jtai, 
7rt<ptvya, Trltyvynai, to escape, 
get clear off (without being 
caught), vid. aTro^icpao-vw, 1. 
4. 8, 2. 5. 7, 5. 7. 19, 6. 2. 25. 



a blocking up. t\ve air. 
TrapdJov, ^e removed the ob- 
struction of the pass, 4. 2. 25. 
TTo^wpe'w, j';<7w, to ^o away from, 
depart, retire, retreat, 5. 7. 16, 
4. 2. 21, 6. 5. 17. 

ojuat, tiro/iat, Att. 

to vote against, 
a law, hence re/ecf z' ; 
Ttoiiiv, to vote against doing, 1. 

4. 15 = aTTO^etporoi'Ew. 

, oc, or (a priv. xpo- 
, not eager, disinclined, 

5. 10. 7. 

e, oe,ov (a priv. 7rpo<r- 
W), unexpected, unlocked 
for', adv. E inrpotrcoKtjrov, ex 
improviso, 4. 1. 10. 
'A7rpo^>a<n'0Tti>e, adv. (a priv. 
TTpo^ao-tc, Trpo, ^at'j'w), offering 
no excuse, unhesitatingly, 2. 

6. 10. 

*A7rrw, uip(i>, yn/j.ai, to fasten, 
kindle, ri, anything', Mid. to 
towcA, 7-troc, 1. 5. 10, any- 
f/an^r, toZ:e pari zn, 5. 6. 28. 

"Apa, er^ro; apa, ?JMWZ ; apa, impre- 
catio. apa (npw), ffon, 1. 7. 18, 
2, 2. 3, 4. 2. 15, 5. 7. 5, 5. 1. 
13, cannot begin a sentence, 
but apa in Prose always be- 
gins a sentence, r/c apa 
Xc'ct, who then u'ill say? 
apa rig Xf&i, will any one 
say? implying that no one 
will. ap' ov, nonne, 3. 1. 
18 ; apa pi, num vero, 7. 6. 5. 

'Apaflia, as, fj, Arabia, (1) fj 



21 



irerpaia, Arabia Petrcea ; (2) 
T/ eprj/uoe, 4. Deserta; (3) 
77 EuCcu'/zwj', J.. Felix, 1. 5. 1, 
7. 8. 25. 

'Ajod^r/c, ou, 6, Ae .4-raa;es, a 
river in Armenia, flowing into 
the Caspian sea, hod. Aras, 
called by Xenophon the Pha- 
sis, 4. 6. 4. The Araxes of 
Xen. 1. 4. 19 is a branch of 
the Euphrates in Mesopota- 
mia, and called by other 
writers Aborras, hod. Khabur. 

'Appciicac, OK, 6, Arbacas, the 
ruler of Media, 7. 8. 25. 

'AP/XKT/C, ou, n, Arbaces, one of 
Artaxerxes' generals, 1. 7. 12. 

'Apyeloc, o, ov Argioe, from 
Argos in the Peloponnesus. 

'Apyoe, oe, ov (a priv. Epyov), 
Zazy, slothful ; dpyoc, JJ, oV, 
wAzte, bright. 

Apyupeoe, a, ov, contr. owe, a, 
ou^, made of silver, 4. 7. 27. 

'Apyuptor, ou, ro (dpyupoe, silver ; 
apyoc, white), a piece of silver 
money, Scotice, ' siller, 1 2. 6. 
16. 

'ApyupoVouc, o^oc, o, ?J (apyu- 
por, TTOWC), silver-footed, with 
silver feet, 4.4. 21. 

'Apyti';, cue, ?' (P7"^> SWift\ 
Argo, the ship in which Jason 
sailed for the golden fleece, 6. 
2.1. 

*ApCT)v, adv. (cmpw, lifted itp 
on high), utterly, wholly, 
iravrc, entirely^ all, all to- 
gether, 7. 1. 12. ' 

"Apow, upffit), to water, irrigate, 
2. 3. 13. 

'Apeoxw, apt'ffw (apw), fo please, 
gratify, nrl, anyone, 2. 4. 2. 

'Apen;, jc, ? ("Apr/c, Mars), 
virtue, bravery, goodness ; irtpl 
ifil, services to me, 1. 4. 8. 



'Ap//yw, w, (apiceai), <0 help, 
succour, nvi, 1. 10, 5. 

'ApTj&'wv, OITOC, o, uirerczow, an 
Arcadian soothsayer, 6. 4. 13, 
5.8. 

'Apicuoc, ov, o, Ariceus, who 
commanded under Cyrus, 1. 
8. 5, etc. 

'Aptfytoe, ov, o, number, iL,iraaiv 
Kal apidpbv TToiEii', to hold a 
review and muster, 1. 2. 9, 14, 
7. 1. 7 ; apidpbc ri/c ccov, the 
length of the journey, 2. 2. 6. 

Aptffrap^og, ou, o, Anstarchns, 
the Spartan harmost of Byzan- 
tium, 7. 2. 13. 

Aptoraw, r/irw (apiffroi'), to toi'6 
luncheon (prandere), 3. 3. 6. 

'Aptffrt'ac, ou, 6, Aristeas, a Chian 
commanding the light-armed, 
4. 1. 28. 

e, n, or, the left ; tv 
, on the left hand, 5. 

2. 25, t apKTrepdc, 4-. 8. 2 ; 
in augury, unpropitious. 

Apiarnrirog, ou, 6, Aristippus, 
a Thessalian from Larissa, 
who supported Cyrus, 1. 1. 10. 
"Apterrov, ou, ro (d) (r/pt, early), 
the mid-day meal, luncheon, 
prandium. The Greek meals 
were, (1) dcprtri<7)ua (aicpdroc, 
unmixed wine), breakfast, jen- 
taculum ; (2) apitrrov, lun- 
cheon, prandium ; (3) IttTTVOV, 

dinner, ccena ; (4) o'opTroi', 
supper. (apiffTov, best, has u.) 
' ApiaroTTOicb), rjffd), to prepare 
luncheon; Mid. to take luncheon, 

3. 3. 1, 4. 3. 9. 
"Aptoroc, r), ov, superl. of d 

("Ap>yc)> (d but 
prandium, has d), best, bravest, 
1. 5. 7, 1. 6. 4, 3. 1. 6. 

i'ocj o, ^Ij'jsfo, an 
Athenian, 5. 6. 14. 



22 



c, ou, n, Aristnnymus, 
an Arcadian from Methv- 
drium, 4. 6. 20. 

'ApxaitKOf, )j, oY, o/or belonging 
to Arcadia, Arcadian. 

'Ap/cae, a^oe, 6, aw Arcadian. 

ApKttt) tad), 1 aor. p. rjpKtaOnr, 
to be sufficient, 5. 1. 13, with 
inf. 2. 6. 20, 7. 5. 3; Lat. 
arceo. otroig pev i'jpKei <rwfcr- 
dui $t r/juae, as many as were 
content to be saved by us, 5. 8. 
13; dpKovaai', plentiful fi.$ A. 

"AfKTOf , ou, 6 and 77, a bear ; r}, 
the constellation Ursa major, 
also called a/jau, TAe Wain, 
hence tfie North, 1. 9. 6. 

"Apjuu, aroc, ro (cipw), a chariot ; 
ap. c$p7ra'i7<2>opa, scythe-bear- 
ing chariots, 1. 7. 10. 

'Apjua/uaja, TJC, rj (ap/*a, a/iaa), 
a covered carriage, a wag- 
gonette, 1. 2. 16, 18. 

'Ap/tf'/a, ac, >/, Armenia, 4. o. 
1, 4. 4. 1, 4. 

'A0fievu>t t a, o>^, Armenian, 4. 5. 
33. 

'App]vn, rye, }, Harmene, a har- 
bour near Sinope, 6. 1. 15. 

'Appoariic, tw, o (apjuow), a 
director, a harmost, one Bent 
by the Spartans to govern 
their dependencies, 5. 5. 19. 

"Apj'ttoc, o, or (apvoc), o/* or 
belonging to a lamb, 4. 5. 31. 

'ApTray?/, ??c, i, plunder, booty, 
3. 5. 2, 5. 4. 16. 

Ap7rw, a<rw, rjpTfaKa, ?/p7ra- 
i, non Attic apTra^M, iipira- 
, <o 5z'ze, plunder, 
carry off', to seize hastily, 
snatch up, Lat. rapio, 1. 2. 27, 
4.3.6,5. 9.8,4. 6. 11. 
pTToo-oc, ov, 6, Harpasus, a 
branch of the Araxes in Ar- 
menia, 4. 7. 18. 



'Aprayp<T7jc, ov, o, Artagerses, 

a Persian cavalry officer, 1.7. 

11. 
'Aprocdjuar, a, o, Artacamas, a 

Persian satrap, 7. 8. 25. 
'Apraooe, ov, 6, j4rtoo^z<5, a 

friend "of Cyrus, 2. 4. 16. 
'Aprafc'p^rjc, on, 6 (arta khshat- 

ra, honoured warrior or ^zn^, 

Sansc.), Artaxerxes Mnemon, 

the sou of Darius, was king of 

Persia from 404 to 361 B.C., 1. 

1. 1, 3, 4, &c. 
'ApT-ciTraroc or rjc, ov, o, Artapa- 

tas, one of Cyrus' attendants, 

1. 6. 11. 
Aprccw, ?/crw, rlprrjKa, ?/prj/.mj, 

to fasten to, attach, 3. 5. 10. 
Apr/zc, toc, ;, ace. iv or tea, 

Artemis, the Eoman Diana, 5. 

3. 6, 12. 

"Apn, adv., just, just now, 4. 6. 1. 
'Apr//iac, o, 6, Artimas, the 

ruler of Lydia, 7. 8. 25. 
'Aproi>:o7roc, ou, o and / (f'ipror, 

roTrrw), a bread-cutter, a baker. 

Butt, approves of aproTrorroc, 

from TTEffcrw, to Ja/fce, 4. 4. 21. 
"Aproc, ou, 6, bread, a loaf, 4. 5. 

31, 7. 3. 21. 
'Aprov^ac, ou, o, Artuchas, a 

Persian general, 4. 3. 4. 
'Apixrrac, ou, o, Arystas, an Ar- 

cadian, 7. 3. 23. 
'Ap^ayopac, ou, 6, Archagoras, 

an Argive, 4. 2. 13. 



14, 7. 3. 28, 3. 1. 4. Kwpoe 
o ap^alocj ^^ Wcr Cyrus, 1. 
9. 1 ; ro apxalov, formerly, 
1. 1. 6. 

'Apx>/, ?7c, >/, if^e beginning; 
ipX//', a^ ^?*s^; -with a neg. 
o^ at all, 1 . 7. 28 ; govern- 
ment, ride, empire, 1. 5. 9, etc? 



ginning, originating ; as subst. 
a leader, prince, chief,3. 1. 26. 
e, '/, oj/ (apx>i),fo to rule, 
qualified to command, 2. 6. 8, 
20. 

"Ap^w, w, 7}o)(a, i'i<>yuat, to 
command ; Mid. to 6e<7m, takes 
gen., 3. 2. 7; OTTO, 6. 1. 18, 
6. 2. 1 ; Xe'yeci-, 3. 1. 26, 7. 2. 

24, 2. 6. 14. Ot apX.OJTC, 

the rulers, the commanders; 

ct apx ( > pivoi, the ruled, those 

under authority, 2. 6. 19, 3. 

2.30. 
"Apw/ua, aroc, TO, a sweet smell- 

ing, fragrant herb, 1. 5. 1. 
'Afftydcta, ac, ?/ (a*7E/3j/c), ungod- 

liness, impiety, 3. 2. 4. 
'AmjSifC, rye, EC (a priv. erffiopai), 

irreverent, ungodly, godless, 

profane, 2. 5. 20. 
AaOtrth), r\ijd) (a priv. (rfltVot-), 

to e weak, feeble, sick, 1.1. 1, 

5. 3. 1. 
'Aatievt'ic, TJC, e'c (a priv. erfleVoc), 

weak, feeble, sickly, 1. 5. 9. 
'Airi'a, ac, //, ylsz'a ; / ai^w, 

Upper Asia; / iairw, Lower 

Asia, 6. 4. 1, 7. 1. 2. 
'Airtcfir^c, ou, o, Asidates t a 

Persian, 7. 8. 9. 
'A<rtj>a7oc, a, or, q/" or belonging 

to Asine, a town in Laconia, 

5. 6. 36. 
'Avlvwc, adv. (a priv. a'tvo/joi), 

without injury, without doing 

damage, 2. 3. 27, 3. 3. 3. 
"Affiroc, oc, of (a priv. erTroc), 

without food, 2. 2. 16, 4. 5. 

11. 



w, avi/nz, 

7.-, cultivate, practise, train, 
2. 6. 25, 7. 7. 24. 

oc, oi), 6, a leather bag, a 
bottle, 3. 5. 9. 

, 17, ov (?/co^at), 



pleased, glad; a/couw, o/uw, / 
am glad to hear, 'see, 2. 1. 16, 
5. 6. 22, 7. 6. 8. 

arro/jctij ijiriraff/Liat, 
to welcome, 6. i . 24 ; to salute, 
7. 1. 40, 7. 2. 23 ; to bid fare- 
well, 7. 1. 8. 

"AfTTrtV^toc, oi/, 6, on inhabitant 
of Aspendus, 1. 2. 12. 

'Affn-tc, iSoc, >/, a shield (round) 
(clypeus) ; 6vpt<>?, oblong 
(scutum) ; TrlXrn, a small light 
shield used by the Thracians; 
yippov, a large Persian shield 
usually of ivicker-ivork cover- 
ed with ox-hide, aenrir p.vpia, 
10,000 men-at-arms, for aa- 
Trir)<b6poi, 1. 7. 10; Trap' a<7- 
TT/ e)ac, to the left hand ; opp. to 
ETrt I6p\>, to the right, 4. 3. 26. 

'Airffvfria, ac, /, Assyria, in Asia, 
capital Ntvoc., Afineveh, 7. 8. 
25. 

'Arravpioc, la, ior,ofoT belonging 
to Assyria, Assyrian. 

'A<rrd^)/c, t^or, ?/ (a euphonic, 
ora^t'c), raisin-wine, raisins, 
4. 4. 9. 

,\L(i>(affrpair{j, a euph. 
, <rrp<^a), there is 
lightning, to flash like light- 
ning, 1. 8. 8. 

safety, security, 7. 6. 30. 

'Arr^aXf/c, >/c, e'c (a priv. <r^aX- 
Xw), not liable to fall, safe, 
firm, secure ; EV a<7^aXtiti-ai, 
to e z'/i safety, 5. 6. 33 ; V 
aV^aXfOTEpw Etvat, 3. 2. 36 ; 
EV a<r^/aX<rrarw, 1. 8. 22 ; we 
a<7^a\(7rarn, as securely as 
possible, 1. 3. 11. 

"A<7^>aXroc, ov, ?J (^a priv. <T0aXX<i;), 
asphalt, bitumen, 2. 4. 12. 
(T^aXdJf, adv. fr. a^aXr/c, 
Cornp. iurp(jr, Superl. Eirraru. 



24 



AyroKeAeucrroy 



ia, nc, j (a priv. 

o/ ftme, hindrance, en- 
gagement, 7. 5. 16. 

Araercw, to be UTCIKTOG, 5.8. 21. 

"ArcuToc, oc, or (ci priv. 7-aer<ra>), 
undisciplined, disorderly, 1. 8. 
2. 

'Arabia, ac, / (a priv. raffirw), 
disorder, confusion, opp. ei- 
ra&a, 3. 1. 38, 2. 29, 5. 8. 
13. 

'Arao, conj. Jwf, yef, however, 
Lat. a*, 4. 6. 14, 7. 7. 10. 

'ArapvEVQ, twc, o, Atarneus, a, 
city of JEolis, opp. Lesbos, 7. 
8.8. 

'ArairftaX/a, ac, ; (aratc, dat. of 
a-rj, OaXXw), blind folly, rash- 
ness, akin to a-rrj, implying de- 
liberate wickedness, 4. 4. 14. 

' Arac&oc, oc, ov (a priv. dairrw), 
. unburied, 6. 5. 6. 

"Art, ace. pi. neut. of core, 06 
<?u<, quippe, utpote, inasmuch 
as, seeing that, c. part. 4. 2. 
. 13, 5. 2. 1, 4. 5. 18. 

'AreXsia, oc, ^ (a priv. rt'Xoc), 
exemption from public burdens, 
immunity, privilege, 3. 3. 18. 



in honour, to esteem 

lightly, dishonour, .1. 9. 4. 

"Arl/uoc, oc, ov (d priv.7i)u/j), with- 
out honour, dishonoured, 7. 7. 
24. 

'Aryzt^Wj tVw (oVjudc), to smoke, 
steam, 4. 5. 15. 

'ATpap.vTriot> or 'Adpafivrrtlov, 
Adramyttium, a town in My sia, 
7. 8. 8. 

noi rubbed, not traversed, un- 
trodden, 4. 2. 8, 7. 3. 42. 
Av, adv. again, 1. 6. 7, 1. 10. 11 ; 
o?i the contrary, 2. 4. 20 ; in 
turn (vicissim), 2. 5. 26. 



valfu, avio (avw), to wither 

away, 2. 3. 16. 
Avtiaiptroe, oc, ov (aurdc, utpew), 

self-elected, 5. 7. 29. 
Avdr)nep6v (awrdc, rjp.epa), on 

the same day, 4. 4. 22. 
Av0tc (aw), adv. again, 1. 10. 10; 

afterwards (deinde), 5. 6. 25 ; 

hereafter, 5. 4. 20. 
AuXe'w, J;<TW (ai/Xo'c), to p/tfy on 

the flute ; Ktpaai, to blow the 

horns ; av\Eiadai, to be played 

to, to get music, 5. 9. 11. 
AvX/ojuac, iaop.a.1, TjuXtcr^uat 

(ouX7/), to fie m f/je court- 
yard, to bivouac, 4. 3. 1, 2. 2. 

17. 
AvXde, ov, b (aw, ai}/zi, to blow), 

a flute, or rather a flageolet, 

because it had a mouthpiece. 

One person often r played two, 

one in each hand, tibia dextra 

et sinistra, ai/Xoi uvSpqiot 

Kcii yvi'atKijioi, bass and tre- 

lie, 5. 9. 5. 
AwXw*', wvoc, 6, poet, rj (aw), 

a hollow, a glen, a canal, a 

channel, 2. 3. 10. 
Au^avaj and ai/a>, ai/ry<rw, r)vr)Mi, 

riv'^rjfiai, to increase, Lat. au- 

gere. 
Avpwv, adv. to-morrow, ?/ au. 

sc. rip.pa., 7. 6. 6. 
AvffTTipoTrje, TTJTOC, ?/ (auiTrTjpde, 

aw or auw, making the tongue 

dry), harshness, bitterness, 5. 

4.29. 
AurtVa (auroc; cf. Lat. illico, 

ille), adv. immediately, 2. 1. 9 ; 

avriKa /KiXa, instantly, 6. 2. 5, 

7. 6. 17. 

adv. (aurdc), /ro7?t 

thence, 4. 2. 6, 5. 1. 10 (inde). 
vTotii, adv. (aurdc), <Ae7 - e (ibi), 

1. 4. 6=auroi}. 

of, ov (avrdc, 



UW), unbidden, of one's 
own accord (ultro), 3. 4, 5. 

p, upoc;, o (ai/roc, 
Kpa.Tf.dt), owe's OMW master, ab- 
solute ; used for Lat. -dictator 
or imperator, 6. 1. 21. . 

Av ro par eg, rj, ov (avroc, /ia(j; or 
better, auroc alone), acting of 
one's own will; a-irb or IK 
TOV avTOfju'tTov, of one's, own 
accord, naturally, 1. 2. 17, 1. 
3. 13, 6. 4. 18. 

Avrop.o\(M>, rjcrw, to be an avro- 
po\ac, &K or Trapd TIVOQ, Trpug 
or EIC 7-tm, to desert, 1. 7. 13. 

Ai/royLto\oe, ou, 6 (vrdc, p.o\~iv 
fr. /SAwrrKw, to gw), a deserter, 
1. 7. 2 ; Lat. transfuga. 

Avrovopoc, oe, o^ (avrde, viftu)^ 
living by one's own laws, free, 
independent, autonomous. 

Ai/roc, 77', 6, pron. reflex., se//", 
1. 10. 17, 4. 2. 1, 2. 4. 10, 
1. 6. 7 ; in the oblique cases 
often for pers. pron. him, her, 
it, but never at the beginning 
of a sentence, 1. 1. 5, 3. 4. 
44, &c.; with art. before it, 
6 ai/roe, f/je same, 1. 8. 14 ; 
with dat., 2. 6. 22, 3. 1. 27. 
aiiroe ^r/, zpse JmY, the 
master said it, a common Py- 
thagorean expression; tv TO.V- 
rw Jj'cu TIVI, to be in the same 
place with one, 3. 1. 27. 

Avroae, adv. thither (aurog). 

AvroD, adv. there, just there, in 
full, ETT' ouroD Vow roirov, 2. 2. 
1, 1. 10. 17, 4. 2. 22. 
, Attic for iavroii. 
or avrwe, adv. eve?i so, 
so ; we ^' ai/rwc, in just 
the same manner, 5. 6. 9. 
u^r/r, tVoc, o, tJie neck, throat; 
also an isthmus, 6. 2. 3. 
Tjcrw, 



2 aor. afyelXov (iiiro, aJpe'w), <0 
ta&e away, deprive, ri TIVI or 
ri rt^off, 6. 4. 21 ; rt rt^a, 1. 
3. 4, 3. 4. 48. 

'A^a^/je, j'c, C (a priv. 0aVfa>), 
unseen, invisible, out of sight ; 
a0a'7/c /it TTotwv rt, I do a 
thing without being noticed, 4. 
2. 4, 2. 6. 28, 1. 4. 7. 

'A^cmifw, t'<ra>, Att. tw, to cause to 
disappear, make away withj 
annihilate, 3. 2. 11, 4. 8. 

'A0ap7raw, airta, to snatch away 
from, ri Tiroc, snatch eagerly, 
to rob, plunder, 1. 2. 27. 

'A(j)t^e, rj'c, 'e (a priv. ^tt' 

unsparing ; adv. a<pticti>, se- 
verely, 1. 9. 13. 

'A0e\|Uj'oe ) see a^aipto). 

A(j>rjytop.at, rjaop.ni, Tjyr/yuai, <0 
Zeac? away, relate, explain, 7. 
2.26. 

ia, ac, ^ (a^Qovoc), plenty , 
abundance, 6. 4. 3, 1. 9. 15 ; 
tic dfyftoviav irapt-%iv, to give 
a plentiful supply, 7. 1. 33. 

oc, oc, oi/ (a priv. (fiduroc, 
without envy), plentiful, abun- 
dant, 5. 6. 25, 6. 2. 4; iv 
d<f>8di'oi(; ftioreiieti', to live in 
plenty, 3. 2. 25, 4. 5. 29, 7. 
6.31. 



, to send away, let go, 

let loose, Tiva Tiros ; Kvruc, 

5. 8. 24; oW, 2. 2. 20; 
vdwp, 2. 3. 13. 

'A<piKt>ioiJ.ai, fcopui, ly^at, 2 aor. 
a^ticojurji', to come to, to reach, 

6. 4. 26. 

'A^t7T7ruw, tueru) (a:ro, nnrevttt), 

to ride of or away, 1. 5. 12. 
1 AfyiaTT) pi, an-ooTTJirw, d<j>eaTT)Ka, 

a^'erra^at, trans, pres. fut. 

1 aor. (intrans. p. pip. 2 aor. 

act. and fut. mid. and pass.), 



26 



A(f)oSo s* B a TT r a) 



to put away, remove, cause to 
revolt. Intrans. to stand aloof 
from, to shun, revolt, irpog or 
etc riva, 1. 1. 6, 1. 6. 7. 

"A0ooe, ov, f) (aVo, oSoc), depar- 
ture, 6. 4. 13. 

'A^porrtdrew, JJ'TW (a priv. 00or- 
r/w), to Je heedless, to have 
no care of a thing, nvoc, 5. 4. 
20. 

'Afyporrvvrj, TJC, f/ (a$pwv), folly, 
thoughtlessness, 5. 1. 14. 

A^owi', a> i', ov, gen. a^poroe (a 
priv. 0p>;v), foolish, thought- 
less, senseless, silly, 7. 1. 28. 
Comp. dfyporeffrepoc, 

'A(jiv\uKTtjj, rjTw, to be a'^w 



'Afii/\ak-roc, oc, or (a priv. 0vXar- 
rw), of one 1 s guard, unguarded, 
2. 6.24; adv. 5. 1. 6. 

A^cnoV, a, ov, Achaian, an 
Achaian. 

'A%apurroc, 05, ov (a priv. %aptc'), 
unpleasant, 2. 1. 13 ; ungrate- 
ful, 7. 6. 23 ; unrewarded, 
1. 9. 18; adv. n^aplffrwc, from 
want of gratitude, 2. 3. 18. 

A^pow<rtac, aoc, //, and 'A^tp- 
ovalc, icoc, /, Acherusia, a 
town near Heraclea in Bithy- 
nia, 6. 2. 2. 

' A\6npai, eanpat, i']^6nfjai (a^- 
dijiropat is fut. pass, of ayw), 
1 aor. pass. ^^BftrSTji', to be 
displeased at, TOVTO, 3^2. 20 ; 
aurwj' TToXe/movi'Twi', 1. 1. 8 ; 
roTc yeyerrjpevoiQ, 5. 7. 20; 
crrt role Trerroyrjpli'Oif, 7. 6. 
10. Lat. cegreferre. 

'A^ptloc, DC, ov (a priv. ^pem), 
useless, unprofitable, unservice- 
able, 5. 2. 21, 4. 6. 26. 

' AxpTjtrroQ, oc, ov (a priv. Xi" " 
/^ni), useless, unprofitable, un- 
serviceable, 3. 4. 26. 



, before a vowel 
prep, with gen. wn?// 
ov, conj. until; also civ. ar, 
2. 3. 2. 

'Ai^iV^oj', ou, ro, wormwood, 1. 
5. 1. 

B. 

Ba/3u\wv, wroc, / ? Babylon, the 
capital of the Persian empire, 
2. 2. 6, 1. 5. 5. 

Ba/3uXwv/'a, ac, % Babylonia, 
and adj. 1. 7. 1, 2. 2. 13. 

(/3cuVw), adv. sloivly, at 
a slow pace, 4. 8. 28. 
^/^w, taw or flafitovpai (/3nt- 
vw), to ttfa/& or ^o slowly, 
opp. to 7-pE^w, 5. 1. 2 ; ap- 
plied to horsemen, 6. 3. 19. 

Bdfloc, toe, TO (fta6vs), depth 
(altitudo) or height. 

vQ, t~ia, v, deep, high (like 
altus); flddurepoc, /3a6wraroc, 
iw, poet., Dor. fiaaaur, 



t'ro;, fltjaopai, fitflrjKa, fltfiat- 
fjtai, 2 aor. t'^^c (/J/'/ITW, 'iftnna, 
are trans.; causative /3i/3aw), 
to #o, ste/>, depart. f.ir\ yr\<; 
fiefinKoreg, standing firmly on 
the ground, 3. 2. 19. 
TTjpt'a, ac, ?/ (/3at vw) =/3ac- 
, a stojf, baton, 2. 3. 11. 
'oc, ou, ;, a acorn : /3a\a- 
VIIITU>V fymriKMV (glandes pal- 
marum), dates, 2. 3. 15, 1. 5. 
10. 

BaXXw, /3aXw, j3fj3\r)Ka, /3ej3Xl|- 
/it, 2 aor. /3uXoi', to throw, 
hit, shoot, 4. 6. 12, 5. 7. 21. 



struck on the head, 4. 6. 12. 

^/w, ptfta/jt/jLut, 2 aor. 
pass. /3a07', to (^ in water, 
immerse, 2. 2. 9. 



~Bapj3aptt:6c, rj, or, barbarian, 
strange, foreign, not Greek, 
applied to all who did not 
speak Greek. Adv. fiapflapi- 
/cd/c, in the Persian lan- 
guage, 1. 8. 1. 

Bapfiupoc, oc, or, barbarian, 
strange, not Greek, outland- 
ish, rude, 1. 7. 3, 2. 5. 32. 

BapjW, adv. from ftupi/Q |3ape<*> 
(f>tptii> TI, moleste, cegre ferre, 
to take a thing ill, suffer im- 
patiently, be vexed or annoyed 
at it, 2, 1. 4; ftapluf axovetv, 
to be annoyed by hearing, 2. 
1. 9. 

Baffin e, ov, 6, Basias, a seer 
from Elis, 7. 8. 11; also an 
Arcadian, 4. 1. 18. 

Bacri'Xsia, ag, f], a, queen, but 

BciffiXfia, oc, //, sovereignty, 
kingdom, dominion ; Kartorjj 
tc '")' / /3., tt-'as made king, 
ascended the throne, 1. 1. 3. 

BcifftXEioc, oc, or (/3ucriXvc), 0/" 
or belonging to a king, royal 
(regius) ; /3n<7iAi/coe (regalis), 
Jit for a king, kingly, fiaai- 
\etov sc. ^wjua (domus regia), 
a palace, 3. 4. 24, 4. 4. 2 ; 
frequently pi. 1. 2. 7. ^', 
one building, but I'/irav, sca- 
fered buildings, 1. 2. 23. 

Bairt,\t;c, aiff, o (fiaaig, Xaog), a 
hereditary king, opp. to ru- 
parj'oc, a usurper ; ava^ 
(uvui), a prince. Without the 
article, as if a proper name, 
fiamXevG signified the king of 
Persia, 2. 3. 17, 2. 4. 3 ; some- 
times plyac ft., 1. 2. 8, 1. 7. 

2, 2. 3. 17 ; sometimes ft. 
/<ye, 1.4.11, 1.7.16,2.4.3. 
Bo<7(\va>, evffw, to be king, 
reign, rule over, with gen. 5. 
6. 37. 



aH-, >/, ov (/3a<TiXfve), fr&e 
a Hw^, kingly, princely, fiam- 
Xawraroc, 1. 9. 1 ; royal, 2. 
2. 16. 

Bairt/itof, oc, oi' (/3atVw), pass- 
able, accessible, nri, 3. 4. 49. 

Baro'e, ?/, oj' (/3a<Vw), passable, 
Tifl, 4. 6. 17. 

B/3atoe, a, oi' (/3a/rw), ^rm, 
steady, sure, certain, 1. 9. 30. 

B/3nto'w, w<7w, to make firm, es- 
tablish, secure ; r/}*' Trpd&V 
rtj't (alicui pactum servarc), 
to redeem one's word, 7. 6. 
17. 

Bf'Xffftc, me, o, or BE'XE/TVC, vCj 
o, Belesis, a Persian, 1. 4. 10, 
7. 8. 25. 

f'Xoe, oc, TO (/3aXXw), a wz's- 
sz7e, esp. an arrow, dart, 
stone, 3. 3. 16, 4. 3. 6. 
Xriffroer 77, or (jSf'Xoc), Superl. 
of ayaOoc, 5. 6. 19 ; Comp. 
fiiXriwv, 3. 2. 32. 

aroc, ro (/3/vw), a S/ep, 
pace 30 in., hence /3i)/ja 
^iTrXoiij' is 5 ft. 

B/n, ac, //, bodily strength, 
power, force, might ; ftiq. rn-oc, 
against one's will, 7. 8. 17; 
/%, by force, 7. 3. 3, 3. 4. 12. 

Biao^ucu, affOfjai, ftipiatrpai, to 
overpower by force, compel ; 
jbm<ra^uj'oi irapiXOoiEV, to force 
their way through, 1. 4. 5; 
/3ta<ra/u)'oi ^vveltp-^oiTat, they 
force their way out in a body, 
7. 8. 11. 

B/otoc, a, ov, or oc, ov (/3<o), 
forcible, violent, TTOIE'IV, 6. 6. 
15. Adv. we, by force. 
B//3Xoc, ov, //, the inner bark oj 
a tree, paper, a look ; Lat. 
liber, 7. 5. 14. 

wr, ot, ^e Bithynians, 
in Asia Minor, 6. 4. 2. 



28 



Bt'jcor, ou, c, Oriental ^word for 

TTtftoc, a wine-jar, 1. 9. 25. 
B/oe, ou, 6, Zz/e (but /3iog, a 

OOMJ), living, 5. 5. 1, 7. 7. 

9, 6. 4. 8. 
Biort iiw, to live, get a living, 3. 2. 

25. 
Bio-avo^, TJC, v, Bisanthe, a Thra- 

cian city, 7. 2. 38. 
BtYw', wroe, 6, .Z?#o, a Greek 

mentioned 7. 8. 6. 
BXa/3;;, rjc, t] ((3\inrT(o), injury, 

hurt, 2. 6. 6. 
B\n/3oe, toe, ro, = /3Xa/3rj, 7. 7. 

28. 
BXak-Eww (/3Xa), to oe slack, lazy, 

2.3. 11, 5.8. 15. 
BXuTrrw, 4/w, (3ej3\a(f>a, /3tj3Xa/jL- 

jjiat, 2 aor. pass. /3Xd/3;j>, to in- 

jure, hurt, 3. 3. 14, 16. 



to see, too& on, etc , 4. 1. 

20, 1. 8. 10. 
Boaw, flotjaofiai, flefldrjpai, Dor. 

fiourropai, Ep. flwffOfjiai (/3o^), 

fo shout, cry out, TIVI TI, 1. 8. 12. 
Boetcoc, >/, o** (/3ovc) = /3o'eioc, 

q/" ox-hide. ^fvy>/ /3. z^a^- 

g-ons drawn by oxen, 7. 5. 2, 4. 
Bo/;, ?je, ^, a cry, a shout, the 

battle-cry, the slogan. 

t'a, ac, i; (/3ij0w), fo//?, 

re/z'e/, succour, 3. 5. 4, 2. 3. 19. 
r/ffw, (3ej3oi'idqKa, 



cowr, cowie to the rescue, iiri 

Tiva, 3. 5. 6, usually nvi. 
Bo0poc, ou, 6 (/3o'Ow=Lat. fodio), 

a ditch, trench, hole, 4. 5. 6, 

5. 8. 9. 
Boifoxoe, ov, 6, (/3oi5c), Boiscus 

(Eng. Cowie), a Thessalian, 

5. 8. 23. 
Botwriaw (Boiwroc), to act as a 

Boeotian, to speak Boeotian, 

3. 1. 26. 



Botw-o'c, ov, 6 (/3ovc), a Boeotian, 
an inhabitant of Boeotia, 5. 3. 6. 

Bopf'ac, and /3oppac, ou, 6, <Ae 
north wind (Aquilo\ strictly 
the NNE. wind, 5. 7. 7. 



which is fed or fatted, pi. 
cattle, fatted cattle. 
ouXfuw, euo-w, /3e/3ouXwrr, 
tv/^oi (/3ouXj;), <0 ta&e counsel, 
deliberate, determine, resolve, 
purpose, plan, KOLKOV TIVI, 2. 
5. 16; r/, 2. 3. 8, 6. 2. 4; 
VTTE'P nroc, 5. 7. 12, and Trtpt, 
5. 9. 3 ; Trpo's n, 1. 3. 19, 2. 
3. 21 ; virip Ttyoc and Trpo 
Tiros (consulere alicui), 7. 6. 
27. Inf. to resolve to, 3. 2. 8. 
ovXtyniaw, a<rw (/3ouc, Xt/toe, a 
ravenous hunger}, to { suffer 
from bulimy, 4. 5. 7. 

, ?'/(7o/ua/, fieflovXrjuai, 
2 p. fleflovXa, Ep. pres. pu\o- 



s/, with the notion of choice 
or preference. Butt., however, 
says fiovXopat denotes mere 
inclination ; while tfte'Xw ex- 
presses will combined with 
choice or purpose, b /3ouX6- 
yuEi'oc, quivis, anyone who 
ivishes, 1. 3. 9, 5. 2. 18, 5. 
6. 20, c. inf. 

UTTOpOf, OC, 0V (/3oUC, 7T/pw), 

ox-piercing; ofieXiaKoc, a fork 
that would spit a whole ox, 7. 
8. 14, a long spear. 

, /3ooe, 6 and fj (/3oaw), an 
ox or cow ; v<p ayua^r/e, yoke- 
oxen. It stands for (Sopti), a/z 
ox-hide, corium bovinum, or 
dffTrt'c, shield covered with 
ox-hide, 4.7. 22, 5. 4. 12. 
act'wc, adv. fr. /3pauc, slowly. 

uc, to, u, s/oty, heavy, slug- 
gish (tardus); /3pa?urepoc,/3pa- 



or poet, fipaciwv and 
, /3paoroe, 7. 3. 37. 
vc, iia, v, short, Lat. brevis, 
of space and time ; few, of 
number ; trifling, of - value. 
; /3pa- 



)(u>, /3f'ppeyyuat, to wei, 1 aor. 

pass. iftpe\&j]v, 2 aor. /3pd- 

X^, 1. 4. 17. 
Bpovr/;, jye> ?, thunder. 
Bpwroc, ?/, oV (/3pw<7/ow), eatable ; 

TO fipu)Toi',food, 4. 5. 5. 
Bi/rc>Tioj', oi>, ro, Byzantium, 

aft. Constantinople, 7. 1. 2 ; 

adj. Bv^ajTtoe, ia, tor, 7. 1. 

19. 
Bw/zoV, ov, 6 (fiaivdi'), cm// raised 

place (suggestns), an altar, 

4.8.28. ' 



r. 

r/vTj, 7/e, ^, a caZftt, stillness 
of the sea, 5. 7. 8. 

), yafjiut or yoyu>j(ra>, yeya- 
pt]Kri, yya/j.r)[jiai, to marry, 
applied to the man, ducere in 
mairimonium Mid. ya/zf'o/xat, 
to marry, applied to the woman, 
nubere. yafie'iirOnt yuvat/ca 
rvt, to bestoiv a female sub- 
ject or relation in marriage, 
collocare in matrimonium. 1 
aor. eyrjpa, 4. 5. 24. 

ou, 6, a marriage, mar- 
riage, a marriage-feast; i-rri 
ya/uw, upon marriage, 2. 4. 8. 

lYii'oe, ov, //, Ganos, a, town in 
Thrace, 7. 5. 8. 

Fap=ye apa, conj.ybr; ecu yap, 
etenim, namque ; never stands 
at the beginning of a sentence ; 
t\i yup / X^P ' cpexegetic, 
now /*e country has, 5. 6. 6. 



In questions ?%, ' et 7 a 'p j 
rt>A?/, rfo you think ? 1.7. 9. 
Eifte yap, ^/;af. a\\a yap 
yap gives the reason of a clause 
to be supplied by aXXa, 3. 1. 
24, 3. 2. 32, 25. cal yap 
ovv, wherefore, 1. 9. 12. 

cpoc, sync, yaurpo'c, /, 
d. pi. yaarpdat and yaarijpat, 
the belly. 

FavXiico'c, ^, o' (yai/Xoc, Ot ^a/- 
ley), ofoT belonging to a trad- 
ing ship ; )(pr]/j.aTa y. a ship's 
cargo, 5. 8. 1 ; opp. to /lak-pa 
rave, navis longa, a war- 
vessel. 

FauX/rr/c, ov, 0, GauliteSy a 
Samian exile, 1. 7. 5. 

TavXiriKog, rj, 6v=yav\iKOf. 

Ft, adv. at least, Lat. quidem, 
saltern, vi minuendi; even, 
indeed, vi augendi, a-v I' ov 
Xeyeic ye, true, you do not 
say. tic ye arj/p, most of all, 
1. 9. 12 ; tiwpa TrXftara tic y 
wv avfip iXanflave, he used to 
receive more presents than any 
other man, 1. 9. 22 ; y ?jj, 4. 

6. 3, sane quidem, really ; ye 
fjirjr, 1. 9. 16, moreover; eirti 
ye, since at least, 1. 3. 9 ; cat 
ac)X<po/ ye, and brothers too, 

7. 2. 38, 7. 47. 

Ft'ra)', ovoc, 6, / (y7), a neigh- 
bour, nvi, 2. 3. 18, and rtvo'c, 
3. 2. 4. 

FfXaw, acrobat, yeytXaff/jiat, to 
laugh, e<p' eavTolg, at themselves, 
5. 4. 34, also ri, nvd. 
FfXotoc, a, ov (yeXwc), laugh- 
able, ridiculous, absurd, 5. 6. 
25. 

wroc, o (yeXa'w, ace. 
, yi\wv and yeXwj, 
laughing, laughter, 1. 3. 25. 

V (yf'Xw?, TOU'W), 



F e'/z co 



o yy v A o ? 



exciting laughter ; as a aubst. 
a jester, a clown, 7. 3. 33. 

c'juw, to 5e /w^/, rtKJc, 4. 6. 27, 
used only in pres. and impf. 

ac, >/ (yi'i'oc), birth, 2. 
6. 30. 

ti/ciaw, ij(T(i)=yerei<'t<i) (ytVet- 
r, fo chin), to get a beard, 
to have a beard, to be beard- 
ed (barbatum esse), 2. 6. 28. 

troe, toe, TO (ylyrofjiai, yt'rw), 
race, descent, offspring, 5. 2. 
29, 1. 6. 1. 

a, 6v (yj/pae), old, 
ytpaiTtpoc, ytpat'raroc ; ot ye- 
pairtpoi, the elders, the sena- 
tors, 5. 7. 17. 

epvi'Tiov, ov, ro, dim. of y/pwr, 
a /zft/e oW man, 6. 3. 22. 

i', ov, -6 (iipw, sero,to knit)', 
Lat. gerra, anything made of 
wickerwork, a shield, 2. 1. 6, 
4. 3. 4 ; oblong, of wicker- 
work covered with ox-hide ; 
the soldiers who had them 
were called ytppofo'ipm, 1. 8. 9. 

Tepwr, oi'Toc, !>, an old man 
(senex), 4. 3. 11. 

Tevto, yivvw, to give a taste ; 
Mid. ytvup.ai, ytvaopat, yi- 
yevfjiat, to taste, TIVOC, 3. 1. 3. 

Tityvpn, ac, >/ (y/, <pepw), a 
bridge ; i^cvypif^ irXo/otc, a- 
bridge of boats, 1. 2. 5. 

FW?IJC, ?e ec (yij, 'cc), earth- 
like, earthy, 6. 2. 5. 

F7, yrjc, /, ^/;e e7'fA (terra), 
land, ground; Kal Kara yfji', 
KUI Kara Qa\unaar (terra 
marique), by sea and land, 1. 
1. 7; k-ara yi/r, under the 
earth, 7. 1. 30. 

r/y'ii'oc, oc, ov (>>1), o/" earth, 
earthen, 7. 8. 14. 

Tfj\of>oc, ov, 6 (yj/, Ao^oc), a foY/, 
a rising ground, 1. 5. 8. 



Fijpac, aoe, contr. y//pwc , oW 
rt^e, but yepa( t aoc, TO, a prize. 

Ftyvo/uat and yirouat, ytvqao/jat, 
yeyefijpai, 2 aor. eyet'ofirji', 
perf. ye'yoj'a, 1.6.8; Lat. gigno, 
to come into being, be born, 
become, be ; lv eouroi yiyve- 
ffBai, to be himself, to be master 
of himself ; Lat. apud se esse, 
1. 5. 17 ; TU lepa yiyviTai, the 
sacrifices are favourable, 6. 2. 
9, 2. 2. 3 ; ret yeye^rjpei'a, 
ii'hat had happened, 2. 5. 33 ; 
apyvpiov yfi'Ofjiti'in', the money 
realised, 5. 3. 4 ; ol ytyro- 
uet'ot dafffjioi, the accruing 
tribute, 1. 1. 8. y. ITTI Tin, 
to be under one's power, 3. 1. 
13, 17; pera TIVOQ, on one's 
side. Causative yevvaw, to 
beget, and iytivan^v from ye/'- 
ropat. 

Ftyj'uxr/cw and yirwcncw, yrwcrf - 
jua, iyi'MKa, iyrwer/jai, 2 aor. 
eyviav, Lat. nosco, to learn, 
know, have an opinion, nipi 
Tu-or, about a thing, 2. 5. 8, 6. 
1. 19 ; know, perceive, like 
scio, olca, 1. 7. 4. 

FXowc, FAooc, o (like poi/c), G7ws, 
the son of Tamos, 1. 4. 16, 2. 

1. 3, 4. 24. 

Fj'//Tir7TOr, ov, 6, (yrj/rrtor, ylroc, 

real, tiriroi) Gnesippus, an 
Athenian, 7. 3. 28. 

FJ-OUC, 2 aor. part, of yiyvainKto. 

Fi'w^fj, TJC, >/ (ytyi'wffcw), ^/<e 
judgment, the will, a judg- 
ment, an opinion ; yrwurj, with 
good reason, from principle, 

2. 6. 9 ; yj'w/jjji/ tx flt 'i to hold 
an opinion, 2. 2. 10, 12 ; y. E. 
irpfiQ envTi'n', to follow him, to 
favour, support him, 2. 5. 29. 

Foyyu.Voc, ov, o, Gongylus, a Eu- 
bocan from Eretria, 7. 8, 17. 



Tovevs 



vc, c'jjg, fi (yeVw), a father, a 

parent ; pi. yovtlc, 
Tow, rime, TO, Me knee; pi. yd- 

vara, dat. ydj'ci<rt, Me joints 

in grasses, 4. 5. 26. 
Tupyiag, ow, 0, Gorgias of Leon- 

tini, a famous sophist, 2. 6. 16. 
Fopy/wi', w'oc, o, Gorgio, the 

brother of Gongylus, 7. 8. 8. 
rwr=ye ovr, at least then, at 

any rate, at all events, 7. 1.30. 
Tpyctor, ov, TO, dim. of ypnve, 

for ypat(5(0)', a /z'tt/e oto? wo- 

man, 6. 3. 22. 
Tpafjifjia, uroi; TO (ypd^w), Mai 

which is written, a ivritten 

character (litera), and so in 

pi. a piece of writing, an in- 

scription, 5. 3. 13. 
Tpa<bu>, \//w, -yeypa^ct, yeypa/i- 

/ifct, to write, draw, engrave, 

1. 6. 3, 7. 8. 1. 
Tvpya^dj, ttTw (yv/iroc), to train, 

exercise, practise, 1. 2. 7. 

Fi^ur/yc, >/roC| o, pi. of yujurij-fc, 

Me light-armed foot soldiers, 

4. 1. 6, 6. 17, &c. 
ru/jj'7yrjc, ov, 6, pi. of yv/juijrai, 

another form of yvpi'ijc. 
rvfjiviuc, 11, Gymnias, the chief 

city of the Scythini, 4. 7. 

19. 



longing to gymnastic exercises; 
aywr, a gymnastic contest, 4. 
8.25. 

cj >;> or, naked, 4. 3. 12 ; 
exposed, 4. 3. 6 ; lightly clad, 
ivithout the upper garment, 1. 
10. 3, 4. 4. 12. 

vi'i), yvvai/coc, /, voc. yvrut, d. 
pi. yvi'ail-i, a woman (femina^), 
opp. to man, dvTJp, vir; a 
wife, spouse, opp. to irupdiroQ, 
1. 2. 12, 3. 2.25. 
V/Bpvuc, a or ov, 6, Gobryas, 



one of Artaxerxes' four gene- 
rals, 1. 7. 12. 

A. 



/iai, 2 aor. e&uw, to ^zYe, 3. 2. 
18. 

uffw (v) (^eSafcpvica), 
dtoa.Kpvfj.ai, to weep, 1. 3. 2. 
Acu'rvAioe, ou, o, a n'//^, finger~ 
ring, prop, an adj. sc. /cv/cAoc, 
4. 7. 27, from 

Ack-7-vXoe, ov, o, finger ; 6 
ptyaz c. the thumb ; $. row 
woSdc, a toe, 4. 5. 12; a 
finger's JreadM^^ths of an 
inch. 

oo, ou, 6, Demaratus, 
king of Sparta, 2. 1. 3, 7. 8. 17. 
dirf, TJC, )/, Dana, a town in 
Cappadocia ; Rennell would 
read Tvara, 1. 2. 20. 

raw, 370-0; (?^rt7rdrjj/;a), 



spend, waste, TI ttc; rt, 1. 3. 
3, 2.6.6; &P<JM'TI, 1. 1.8; 2. 
rd tovrwv, to Zz'ye i Mez'r ow/i 
expense, 5. 5. 20, 7. 6. 31. 

, ov, rd (yjy, rrtooy), an?/ 
ZeyeZ surface, the ground, 4. 
5. 6. 

Aupuc)/i, d*:oc, o, Me Daradax, 
a tributary of the Euphrates, 
1. 4. 10. 

vf, two, 6, a Dardanian, 
an inhabitant of Dardanoa, a 
town in the Troad, 3. 1. 47, 
5. 6. 21. 

Apu;dc, /, or, of or belonging 
to Darius; as a subst. (sc. 
orarr;p) a Persian gold coin, 
so called because first coined 
by Darius, so Napoleon, 
Louis (for, 1. 1. 9. It was 
equal to 20 Attic silver 



Aa/oeto 



drachmae 16s. Bd., or, com- 
puting from its weight in gold 
21s., a guinea. Five darics 
make a rnina, 300 darics a 
talent. 

e, ov, o, Darius Nothus, 
king of Persia, reigned 423- 
404 B.C. Ace. to Hdt.=rp/?je, 
a worker, probably Persian 
dara, a king, 1. 1. 1. 

Adtr/jevaic, we, ; (^afffjLtvui), a 
dividing, distributing, 7. 1. 37. 

Aarr/ioc, ou, 6 (dfa>, atw\ a 
division, distribution, tribute, 
tax, I. 1. 8, 4. 5. 24. 

Aaaiic, f7a, v, thick, hairy, 
rough, shaggy ; hence, yt'ppa 
/jowv Sacrta, shields covered 
with skins with the hair on, 5. 
4. 12 ; so, ytppn fio&v ^atriuv 
w/jLoftoira, shields covered with 
raw (untanned) hides with the 
hair on, 4. 7. 22 ; thickly co- 
vered with leaves, bushes, 
wood, 2. 4. 14; bushy, 4. 8. 
26 ; TO carrv, the bush, the 
bushy country, 4. 7. 7. 

Aa<pvayopac, ov, 6 (fiatyvr], 
dya'pw), Daphnagoras, a My- 
sian, 7. 8. 10. 

Aci^tXjj'e, Jj'e, f'e (?a7rrw), abun- 
dant, plentiful ; of persons, 
liberal, profuse, lavish, 4. 2. 
22, 4. 4. 2. 

Ac (c)w, / bind}, a connective 
particle answering to per, on 
the other hand, but ; resuming 
a narrative, now, 1. 1. 1, 2, 
&c.; ol pef . . .01 C, alii . . . alii, 
some. . . others; nat E, and too, 
and also ; 2' d\Xa, but at least. 
It never stands at the begin- 
ning of a sentence. It is also 
an enclitic put after the ace. 
of nouns signifying direction, 
as diKovlt or oiKale, home- 



wards, 3. 2. 24. 'A0;i 045 for 
'Afl^rao-Se, to Athens. 

Ae7, Ssiiffsi, impers. it concerns, 
it is necessary, one must, c. 
ace. and inf. ~3. 2. 28, 30, or 
dat. and inf. 3. 4. 35. With 
gen. there is need of, there is 
want of, 3. 3. 16. t7 poi 
Tiroc, I am in want of some- 
thing', TTO\\OV ($, there wants 
much, far from, 5. 4. 32 ; 
oXt'you <$, there wants little, 
all but, 1.5. 14 ; TO Seor, ne- 
cessity, what must be, 4. 7. 7 ; 
etc T-O ^e'ov, that these things 
would come right, 1. 3. 8. 

Stlaopai, ??OIKO, 2 p. 
^'^to, to /ear, to be afraid, 5. 
6. 36 ; t'2oira pri=timeo ne, 
I fear he will ; cifioiKa /j.i) ov, 
timeo ut, I fear he wont. 

and Seuctw*, Si/^o), ?- 
eiy/jiat, to show, point 
out, explain. 

, TJC, >/ (akin to 4X77, the 
heat of the sun, Butt.), the 
time when the day is hottest, 
the afternoon; leiXrj -rrpw'ia, 
early in the afternoon, close 
after twelve ; cWX?/ 6\^ia, late 
in the afternoon, approaching 
sunset, 3.3. 11, 1. 8. 8. 

AaXe, iii r (^ f '0> cowardly, 
worthless, wrr.tchfd, 1. 4. 7. 

oc, Jj, ov (for fiftivoc, 
awful, fearful, terrible ; 
or leiva iroiilv riva, to treat 
one ill, 5. 7. 23; TrottlffOat, 
to consider wonderful, 6. 1. 1 1 
clever, 1. 9. 19 ; c. inf. ofivoe 
\eytir, ^ctye'iv, a terrible, 
powerful speaker, eater, clever 
at speaking, eating, 5. 5. 7, 7. 
3. 23, 4. 6. 16. Adv. htrwc, 
awfully, &c.; Sft^c e'x f "'> to 
be in straits, 6. 4. 23. 



A i 7T V 0) 



-Ar; 



33 



11. 



sync. 
, to take dinner, 7. 8. 



, ou, TO, fta cfo'e/" 

dinner (ccena). See aptarov. 
AftTTvoTrotew, Tj'ffw, to prepare 

dinner ; Mid. to rftae, 6. 1. 

14. 
Ae\a, num. adj. indecl. ten (E, 

Kvre=cvo TTEITE, two hands 

or Jives, Don.), 1. 2. 10. 
AE/CUTTE'ITE, num. adj. indecl. fif- 

teen, 7. 8. 26. 
AfcarEuw, fvtru (?fVa), to exact 

or reserve the tenth part, 5. 3. 9. 
Ae'mroe, ;, ov (^':a), ord. adj. 

the tenth, as subst. StKaTrj, sc. 

/jotpn, fAe tenthpart, sc. 



At'Xra, rd, Zta name gwew to 
between the two months of a 
river, from its shape, applied 
in 7. 1. 33 to a peninsula in 
Thrace. 
AtX^/v and c'eX^/c, Tvoc, 6, a 

dolphin, a porpoise, 5. 4. 28. 
A\<|>O/, ah', ot, Delphi, a town 
in Phocis, celebrated for the 
oracle of Apollo, 5. 3. 5. 

, ovj TO, a tree, dat. pi. 
, 4. 7. 9, and SivSptai, 
4. 8. 2, from a poetic form 
coe, rd. 

and aojunt (^f^tdc}, to 
o/fer ?Ae rtgrfti Aanc?, s^ae 

, 7. 4. 19. 

C, a, dv (?'xo^iat), Lat. dex- 
ter, on the right hand TO 
<$tdj', the right wing, sc. cf'pcec, 

1. 2. 15. ceta, sc. \flp, the 
right hand, 3eiav ^i^di-at, 2. 
3. 28, 2. 4. 7. \afitiv icat 
oura, 1. 6. 6, 7. 3. 1 ; ^cpeiv, 

2. 4. 1, to bring pledges, atrdc, 
6. 1 . 23, an eagle on the right, 
lucky. 



AfftTTTTOC, f>V, O 

Dexippus, a Spartan, 6. 1. 32, 

6. 6. 9, 5. 1. 15. 
Af'o/mi, ^ffiffofjiai, $$erifj.a.t, to 

need, ivant, beg, ask, rtrdc, 2. 

6. 13, 1. 9. 21, 2. 6. 5, &c. 
Aepio/XX/tJae, ou, 6, Dercyllidas, 

a Spartan, 5. 6. 24. 

aroc, rd (2epa>), a ^z'w, 
i(^c, leather; Lat. pellis, 1. 

2. 8, 4. 8. 26. 

oc, i?, ov (^ipfia), of 

skin, leathern, 4. 7. 26. 

, ove, 6, Dernes, satrap of 

Phoenicia and Arabia, 7. 8. 

25. 

(?f7/Ltdc), to &?'wc? in 

fetters, 5. 8. 24, put for i3t'<ri. 
Afir/jdc, ou, o (^'w), a band, 

bond, fetter, 3. 5. 10. 
AfffTrorrjc, ow, o, a master, Lat. 

dominus, lord, owner, 7. 4. 14. 
Aeupo (^'w), adv. hither, in pi. 

^ur, co?e hither. 
AEurfpoc, a, of (^uo), ord. adj. 

second, in time, place, order ; 

?urpo', 1. 8. 16, and TO %., 

2. 2. 4, a second time, again 

(iterum). 



1 two hands 1 ), to receive, ac- 
cept, 1. 8. 17 ; receive hospi- 
tably, 4. 8. 23, 5. 5. 20 ; in a 
hostile sense, 1. 10. 6 ; 'x*~ 
ffdai tc \f7pac, to come to ctos 
quarters, 4. 3. 31, Lat. manus 
conserere. 

AEG', <5;<rw, SfSeKa, SiZefjiai, to 
bind, tie, fasten, rw x e 'P ^ ~ 
Sfpiroc, with both his hands 
tied, 5. 9. 8. 

AE'W, Sti'iatt), $$tT)Ka, lelenfiai, to 
need, want, request. See hi, 
llopai, c. gen. rti'df, 1. 5. 14. 

Ai;, strengthened form of E, 
assuredly, some say shortened 



34 



for >';3r/, now, 1. 10. 8, then ; 
rt cj ; M% then ? 2. 5. 22, 7. 
3. 47. v0a }, then I assure 
you, 2. 1. 10 ; o<rw cir?, <Aen, 4. 
7. 23 ; wv Sc 2/;, 7. 1. 28, 
Jwi now / as& you=quceso. 
A?Xoi'ori (cSr/Xoe, ori), doubtless, 
manifestly, clearly, 1. 3. 9. 



shine), clear, manifest, certain ; 
2^Xoc J^y ffffet/cSwi', ^^ tt/'rts ?a- 
nifestly making haste, 1. 5. 9, 
2. 6, 21, 2. 0-27; frjXoi on, 
5. 2. 26. 



/uat (S^Xoc), to S/JOM?, manifest, 
indicate, point out, ri rivi, 2. 
5. 26 ; Trpoe rtra, 7. 7. 35. 

EW, to be a 
e, ayw), to Zeac? 
; ro-a, to curry favour 
with one, 7. 6. 4. 



k-parTjc, ou, 6 (e)j;/uoc, (v'/Da 
Democrates, a Greek from 
Temenium in Argolis, 4. 4. 15. 



A;/uo<rioe, , ov (Srjfjioc, clw), 
belonging to the .community, 
public, 6. 4. 2. ra (Sij/aoirta, 
Ae public property, 4. 6. 3 6. 

Ajoa> %r]i6(t>, wffw (c/Voc), to 
CM< down, destroy, plunder, 5. 

. 5. 7. 

A/jTort, adv. (0/7, irorr), at some 
time, strengthened form of 
Trore, rt ^//Tror* ; what in the 
world ? 

AVTTOV, perhaps, doubtless, no 
doubt, of course, I presume, 
3. 2. 15, 5. 7.6, 7. 6. 13. 

Ata, prep. gov. gen. and ace. : (1) 
with gen., (a) place, through, 
right through, 1. 4. 6, 4. 4. 1, 
7, 4 5. 1 ; (b) time, through, 
throughout, during, hci VVKTOC, 



4. 6. 22 ; $i ci'Xjje rijc 'V>.TOC, 
4. 2. 4; Sta re'Xowe, a^ through, 
from the beginning to the end, 
6. 4. 11; (c) cause, through, 
_ by means of, 2. 3. 17, 5. 21 ; 



5. 9. (2) with ace. as Lat. 
propter, ob, on account of, for 
the sake of, by reason of, 7. 2. 
18, 6. 30, 7. 49. 

Ata/3atVw, /3r;<ro/jai, fitfiriKa, ftl- 
/3ayuai, to </0 through, pass 
over, cross ; Lat. transire, 1 . 

4. 14, 3. 4. 1. 

Ata/3riXXw, /3aXw, fitfi\T)Ka, fie- 
fi\rifjiai, to throw over or 
across, carry over, Lat. tra- 
jicere ; to attack a mail's cha- 
racter, slander, accuse falsely, 
Lat. traducere, hence Siafior 
Xoc, Eng. devil, lit. accuser, 
nva VIH'IQ rira, 7. 5. 11; 
state slanderously, ri, 7. 5. 
8. 

AiojSctfftc, twc, )/ (ota, /3atvw), a 
^om^ over or across, a passage, 
3. 5. 9 ; TTorafiov, a ford, 1. 

5. 12, 4. 3. 16 ; a bridge, 2. 
3. 10; a narrow passage, 3. 
-4, 20. 

Ata/3aroc, e'a, e'oi', verb adj. 
from haflaii'b), to be crossed, 
2. 4. 6 ; so also 

Aia/3aroc, r/, or, transeundus. 

Aia/3(/3a^w, aaw, to carr^/ over 
or across, take across, 3. 5. 
8, 5. 2. 8, 10. 

Aia/3oX>7, f/c, / (2ta/3aXXw), false 
accusation, slander, 2. 5. 5, 

AtayyeXXw, \w, Su'/yyfXica, i- 
TJyytXfiat, 1 aor. ot//yyiXa, 
to gwe notice by a messenger, 
to send a message, 1. 6. 2 ; to 
give notice, inform. Mid. to 
^jass ^e wor(/ from man to 
man, 3. 4. 36. 



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i, to laugh at, \ 
nra, 2. 6. 26. 

Atayt'yyojuai, yer//<TOjuai, yiyivj)- j 
^ai, to go through, to pass, 1. 
10. 19 ; to live, continue, with 
part., 1. 5. 6, 2. 6. 5. 

Aiayk-uX/o/jeu, itrofiut, 

t(7pai (<?ta, ayKv\jj, the thong 
of a javelin), to be ready to 
throw or shoot, to hold the 
javelin by the thong, 4. 3. 28, 
5. 2. 12. 



Atayw, aw, fj-^a, ijy/jai, to carry 
over or across, 2. 4. 28, 7. 2. 
12 ; to pass, spend, Lat. cfe- 
<7ere, 4. 2. 7 ; to continue, keep, 
with part., 1. 2. 11. 



to contend, struggle against, 
Ttvi and Trpcic riva, 4. 7. 12. 

at, ce'o/iat, Zileypai 
, c'x/ja(), to receive one 
from another ; \6yov, to speak 
next ; TIVCL, to succeed one, 
take his place, hence cmt- 
^ey^ttVoc, in turns, vicissim, 
1. 5. 2. 

ia2twjui, dwelt), &c., to give 
from hand to hand, hand over, 
distribute, Ttri ri, 1. 10. 18, 

1. 9. 22. 

ia^o^oc, ov, o, fi, taking an- 
other's place, succeeding, 7, 

2. 5. 

iu^fuyj'u/it, uw, to disjoin, 
part, separate, 4. 2. 10. 

at, a.aop.ui, TftiiafJiai, to 
look through or see everywhere, 

3. 1. 19. 

ca6ptaw, a<7w (eta, al6pla,Jine 
weather), to be clear and Jine, 
E^o'vet 2tatft., z< seemed likely \ 
to be fine weather, 4. 4. 10. 



, to divide, tear away, 

pull down, oravpovG, 5. 2. 21 ; 
break down, ytyvpuv, 2. 4. 22. 
t, Kf.iaop.ai, pass, of tu- 
, to be in a certain state 
of mind, to be disposed, 
nva, 2. 6. 12, 7. 7. 38. 
K<Z-e rtvt StaKtlffdai, to be 

friendly disposed to one, 2. 5. 
27, 7. 7. 30. aneivov vp.~iv 
SiaKtiatTcu, it will be better 

for you, 7.3.17. 

ittJCfXtvo/Liat, f.vaop.ai, KtKtXev- 
anai, to exhort, direct, encou- 
rage, rivi, 4. 7. 26 ; a\A/;\ote 
tiuKtXtvarroj they cheered one 
another on, 4. 8. 3. 

vrtULJ, tVffli), KEKlV^VVfVKa, 

dvvtvfjiati to run all risks, 
to hazard, encounter danger, 

6. 3. 17, 1. 8. 6. 

acXaw, a<rw, k-k-Xa<r^ta, to 
break in twain, KOTO. jjuKpor, 
to break into small pieces, 

7. 3. 22. 



, to icazi on, serve, sup- 

ply, 4. 5. 33. 
Aian'OTrrw, ^/w, KtKoya, KiKOfificti, 

to cut through, break or burst 

through, 1. 8. 10, 4. 8. 13. 
Atah'oertot, at, a, num. adj. two 

hundred, 1. 2. 9. 
AiatrptVai, Kptvw, KtKptKO., Kiicpt- 

fjiai, to separate, distinguish, 

settle, decide, 6. 1. 22. 
AiaXay^arw, A/;o/iat, to divide 

or part by lot, 4. 5. 23. 



2 aor. 



, 1 aor. pass. 



tXr//jjuat, to take each his 
share, 5. 3. 4 ; to take sepa- 
rately, 4. 1. 23. 

AtaXf'yw, Xt'w, 2(/Xo^o, ft'Xfy- 
yuat, to JH'C/J ow^ ; Mid. to c?/s- 
course, converse with, rut, 1. 
7.9,4.8.4. . * -? 



D 2 



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AtaXccTrur, Xe/>//to, Xe'XoiTrn, Xe- 
Xft/jjuat, 2 aor. ^itXtTror, to 
Jeave an interval or ^a^, to ie 
placed at intervals, 4. 7. 6, 1. 
8. 10, 4. 8. 12 ; ro SiaXtiTror, 
the gap, interval, 4. 8. 13. 

Atn/iaprarw, J/CTO/UCU, to WUSS 
entirely, fail completely ; rw>/ 
eSotW, having failed to dis- 
cover the way out, 1 . 4. 17. 

/uct)(<TOjucu or yua- 
i, or poet, fia^fjaopai, 
t, to fight or strive 
with, nvi, struggle, resist 
strongly, fight obstinately, pi], 
5. 6. 25, 5. 8. 23. 
ta/Jt'vw, fitvu>, /UEjUfVrjKa, to 
remain by, continue, 5. 4. 22, 
often 'i 



t, to measure out, give 

out rations, rui, 7. 1. 40. 
Aia^TTfpe'c, adv. (ta, am, Tre/pw), 

through and through, right 

through, 7. 8. 14. 
Aiui't'^w, vtpti, vtvifiriKa., verr- 

prjfiai, to distribute, apportion, 

divide, 7. 5. 2. 
Amvoeo/jat, vorjaopai, vEv6r}fjai, 

to think over, intend, purpose, 

6. 1. 19, 7. 7. 48, 2. 4. 17. 
Aiavota, ac, ^ (^'"5 voita), 

thought, intention, purpose, 

5. 6. 31. 

AmTravroe, adv. (?t, ^ae), 
throughout, S.=at, 7. 8. 11, 
always. 

f'yun-w, Trtp\^no, TrtVoyu^a, Tre'- 
i, to send off, 4. 5. 8. 

dffw, ireTrepaKa, to go 
over or across, pass through, 
4. 3. 21. 

taTrXe'w, Tr\fvffofj.ni or TrXeuffov- 
^iot, TreTrXeuifa, TreVXtuff/uat, to 
sail over or across, 7. 3. 3. 

J/KO, q/tat, <o 



war through to the 
end, Lat. debellare, fight it 
out with, nvi, 3. 3. 3. 

A(O7ropeuw, tixTdi, &c., fo carry 
over, set across, 2. 5. 18 ; 
Pass, to pass across, go 
through, 2. 5. 18. 

AtaTropc'w, JJ<TW, &c., Act. and 
Mid. (2ta, aTTOjDew), to 6e ^wzYe 
ai a Zoss, in difficulty, or z'n 
c?ow&i, 6. 1. 22. 

AienrparT-w, ^w, &c., to accom- 
plish, bring about, effect, settle, 
nvi TI, 7. 1. 38, 2. 37 ; irapd 
nvog, 2. 6. 2. <j)i\iui> $ia- 
irparreadai irpof ru'a, to make 
friendship with ; 2ia7rparr<r- 
0a< rt TTjOOi 1 TWO. irepl rtvoc, to 
effect something with some one 
about something, 7. 2. 7, 7. 4. 
12 ; stipulate, negotiate, 3. 5. 5. 

Atap?ra(i;, atro^tat, &c., to fear 
z'w pieces, spoil, plunder, 1. 2. 
26, 7. 1. 25. 

pjoiTrre'w and (5mpp'nrrw, i^w, 
&c., to cas< through, throw 
about, scatter, 7. 3. 23, 5. 8. 
6. 

, pVrw) r a 

scattering about (disjectio), 5. 
8.7. 

Aiairrj/iatVw, <7ij/iavai, &c., to 
mar & 0w, to ^>om^ of, 2. 1. 
23. 

or 



(^ta, OKrjrr)), vb. 

4. 4. 14 ; to $/nee m separate 
tents, quarter, 4. 4. 8, and 
neut. to encamp separately, 4. 

5. 29. 

Aia<T7rdo;, dffop.ai, &c., to tear 
asunder, scatter, separate, 1. 
5. 9, 3. 4. 20, 5.. 6. 32. 

A<a<T7T/pw, ffirfpw, &c., to scatter 
or spread about, 1. 8. 25. 
&C., to 



L a cr co 



.(TKQ3 



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ter as by a sling ; Pass, to fly 

in pieces as if hurled from a 

sling, 4. 2. 3. 
Atciffw^w, ffwirw, &c., to preserve, 

keep safe; Pass, with- etc or 

Trpoc, to get safe to a place, 5. 

4. 5, 6. 2. 8. 
Atararrw, raw, &c., to arrange, 

set in order, draw up in battle 

array, 3. 4. 5. 
Atartt'vw, rKU, &c., to stretch 

out, accomplish ; Mid. exert 

oneself, 7. 6. 36. 
AtareXtw, <rw, &c., to end, ac- 

complish, 1. 5. 7, 4. 5. 11, 

with part. TroiJir, to continue 

to do or rfo constantly, 4. 3. 2, 

3. 4. 17. 
A(ar//K-w, w, to m^ft, so/ten by 

heat, 4. 5. 6. 
Aiar/fl/tyK, 6i]frw, &c., to place j 

separately, arrange, treat, dis- ' 

pose of, 1. 1. 5,4/7. 4, 6. 6.37. ; 
AtarpE^w, OpE'Jjijj, &c., to feed, \ 

support, sustain, 4. 7. 17. 
A(urpt/3/;, j)e, ; (', 7"p//3w), a 

wasting away, waste of time, 

delay, 5. 9. 1. 
Atarp/'/3w, i|/w, &c. (l except in 2 | 

aor. pass. luTpifav), to waste, 

\povov (tempus terere), 7. 2. 

3; to tose time, delay, 1. 5. 9, 

2. 3. 9. 

Aa0n/i/w, 0arw, &C., to show 
through ; Mid. to appear, 
show itself, 5. 2. 29, 7. 8. 14. 

wr> adv. (^ta, 
manifestly, clearly. 

ia^>fpoTwc, adv. (eta, 
differently from, in a distin- 
guished manner, 1. 9. 14. 

taipEpw, CwifTii), ^if.vj]vo~)(n, li- 
evtjrf-ypai, 1 aor. ^i^i/eyk-a, 2 
aor. Sitji'tyKov, to carry over, 
carry through, bear, sustain ; 
intr. to differ from, 2. 3. 



15 ; surpass, excel, nroc T'', 
' 3. 1. 37. Often impers. 
TroXi) 3<a0cpct, ^e?-0 is a ^reaf 
difference, 3. 4. 33. Pass, to 
differ, quarrel about, afi<pt TIVOC, 

4. 5. 17; Trpoc rn'a, 7. 6. 15. 
Am^euyw, (f>tv?i>nai, &c., to flee, 

through, get away, escape, 6. 

5.4. 
Aia00E/pw, </>0fpw, &c., to destroy 

utterly, make away with, kill, 

8. 3. 5. 
Ata0opoc, of, ov (2m^)pw), </(/"- 

ferent, unlike, at variance 

with, opp. to </t\oc, 7. 6. 15; 

as a subst. <>, an enemy, an 

opponent, TO S., a difference, dis- 

agreement, 4. 6. 3. 
Atn^u//, ijfc, / (^to, 0vci>), any 

natural partition or break, a~ 

joint in grasses, a cZe/i in nuts, 

5. 4. 29. 

A/0u\orrw, a<i>, &c., to watch 
closely, preserve, maintain, 7. 
6.22. 

Ata^a^w (ota or S/c, x t/( ^ w )j 
only in 4. 8. 18, usually ciu- 
Xa^o/xot, to c?raw back, sepa- 
rate. 



to pass the winter, 7. 6. 31. 

i^w, '<rw or Att. tJJ (^', 
jp), to Aave z'n hand, manage, 
1. 9. 17. 

m^wpe'to, ^c-w, &c., to ^o 
through, pass through ; k-arw 
cie^wptT ai/roTc, they were af- 
fected with diarrhoea, 4. 8. 20. 
tdacncaXoc, ov, 6, a teacher, 2. 
6. 12, from 

ICUTVW, ^tca^w, St^/ca^a, ^tdi- 
(caw), to teach, nvn 
or we, 2. 5. 6, 3. 3. 4 ; to 
, prove, 5. 7. 11 ; Mid. 
caus. to ^at'e owe taught (do- 
cendum curare). 



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i, rare in prose=c)'w, to 
bind, 3 pi. ^eairt, 5. 8. 24. 

Af'tdJ/n, OoWw, cicdiKn, clcn/jai, 
1 SLOT. act. e^wKa, 2 aor. tc 
not in ind. sing., to 
0ran, 6. 6. 19, 7. 3. 13, 2. 
3. 25, 3. 4. 42. 

Aidpyw, o> (8i, t'jpyw), to &ee/) 
asunder, separate; intr. Zie 
between, 3. 1. 2. 

AteXavtw, e/\(Tw or E\W, &c. 
(eta, eXoui/w), to drive through, 
thrust through, sc. ITTTTOV, to 
ride through, charge, 1. 5. 12, 
10. 7, 2. 3. 19. 




), to go out through, 
pass right through, get to the 
end of, 6. 6. 38. 

'Ofjiat, &c. (2ta, 
tat), to go through, pass 
through, arrive at, Xoyoc 
H'lijXOf, a report spread, 1. 4. 
7, 4. 1. 3, 4. 7. 15, 3. 5. 
17, 6. 5. 19. 

A(p(i>ract>, //aw, &C, (ia, pw- 
raw), to cross-question, 4. 1. 
.26. 

or o(aCT^j/<Tw, &c. 
(?a, )(w), trans, to divide, 
keep apart ; intr. to #0 through, 
be separate, be distant, stand 
apart, 1. 10. 4, 3. 4. 20. ro 
r, the interval, 3. 4. 22. 
j/ffo/zat, r/juat (Sn 
), to set out in detail, 
describe, narrate, 4. 3. 13. 

see ()iayKv\io- 



i>, &C. (?<a, tripi), to 
through, let people go 
through, 3. 2. 23 (trans- 
mitter ), 5. 4. 2. 

AuoTjjjut, SiatTTJiaw, &C. (2 
tirrri^i), to divide; Pass, with 
2 aor. pf. and pip. act. to 



!, stand aszWe, 1. 5. 
2, 8. 20, 10. 7. 

Aristotle), just, righteous ; ra 
CIK. Xa/i/3avM', to receive what 
is right, 7. 7. 17. IK row ot- 
xaiov ~$iKal<t), according to 
justice, 1. 9. 19, so avv r<j> 
StKaiij), 2. 6. 18. 
iKatoavi'rj, TJC, >; (2/catoc), ^'wS- 
iz'ce, righteousness, 1. 9. 16, 7. 
7.41. 



vvr), 2. 6. 26. 

'wc, adv. fr. SIKCIIOC, 5. 1. 9, 
2. 3. 19. 

AtKom;c, ov, o (^/cr>), a judge, 
or rather juryman=judex ; 
the presiding judge=!> cptri/c, 
5. 7. 34. 

A(\-?7, ;e, / (t), custom, right, jus- 
tice ; . tff^orij, f/ie severest 
punishment, 6. 6. 15 ; 1071' 
Xa/Btli^, inflict punishment 
(sumere pwnam), 5. 8. 17, so 
also StViji' ETrtrtWe'i at, 1. 3. 10, 
3: 2. 8, 5. 6. 34. e/c ^'rac 
Kraraorri/irai (z'/i judicium VO- 
care), summon to trial, 5. 7. 
34 ; ^t'^Tji' vTre'^Etv, to stand 
trial, suffer punishment, be 
punished (poenas dare, sol- 
vere), 5. 8. 18, 6. 6. 15, so 
also Slum' Sitipvat, to be pun- 
ished, 2. 6. 21, 5. 4. 20. VTTO 
rtioc, 4. 4. 14, by one; 
for a thing, 7. 6. 10 ; c/' 
e'x)', to have punishment, be 
punished, 2. 5. 38, 41, 7. 4. 
24. Cf. ^fiKj'vpt. 

At/uocp/a, ar, }/ (2/c, twice, /if)7po, 

. a share}, a double share, 7. 2. 

36, 6. 1. 

Au-t'w, J'/CTW, &c. (Sii'T), a whirl- 
pool), to whirl round, 6. 1.9. 
Aio=3i' 6', wherefore, 5. 5. 10. 



A I 8 O S A K I fJL a 



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A('ooc ov, i] (tn, cicoe), the 

ivay through, the passage, 5. 

4. 9. 
Aiopaw(<jin, opaw), to see through, 

0.2. 30. 
Afopurrw, w, &C. (flta. dovrrw), 

to fZz'# through, 7. 8. 13. 
Atort=ta roOro on, ^/br <fo's 
i reason that, because, since, 2. 

2. 14. 



cubits long, 4. 2. 28. 
Ai-\a<noe, a, nv (''e), dmible, a 
double supply, twice as much \ 
or as far, 4. 1. 13, 6, 5. 17, j 

3. 3. 16. 

Al7r\0pOC, OC, OV (/C, TT\iQpOv), 

tii-o plethra long or broad= 

202 feet, 4. 3. 1. 
AiTrXooc, owr, ?, ovy (<>ie), ftco- 

/o/J, double, twice as much, 

7. 6. 7. 

A/e, adv. twice. 
nT\l\tni, ai, a (?'c> YtXlO)j two 

thousand. 
.i<f>dfpa, ac, ; (?f'<pw, <o ton), a 

prepared hide, leather, a wal- 

let, 5. 2. 12 ; skins, used as 

tent-coverings, 1. 5. 10. 
At^ye'pivoe, ij, OK, adj. (c?t^>0pa), 

made q/" leather, leathern, 2, 

4. 28. 

A/^poc, ou, o (for ?t'0opoc, 2/c, 
^>pw), pi. cifypoi and citypa, the 
foot-board in the war-chariot 
for two (</*e driver, ijrio^oQ, 
and f/ze combatant, -irapcufia.- 
r^c), chariot, a seat, 7. 3. 

- 29. 

A/'xa (2'c), adv. t'ra ^o^ apart, 
2/](a Trotelv, to divide, 6. 4. 
11. 

Ai^a^w, a<rw (c/x), to divide, 
separate, for riaxaa>, 4. 8. 
18. 

tSi\^r)Ka, contr. 



with TJ (^/^a^, to thirst, 4. 5. 
27 ; to fAzrsi after, TIVUQ, like 
Lat. szVz'o. 
wcrt'of, vb. from 

Lia and ciwio^ai (*/'w, 
to ^ee), to pursue, chase, make 
to run, 3. 2. 35, 3. 8; in law, 
to prosecute ; 6 ctwKtai; the 
prosecutor ; 6 favywr, the de- 
fendant. 

A/w<c, EWC, / (^twiv'w), a pwr- 
suing, following after, pursuit, 
3. 4. 5. 

AtDpv, u)(oc and vyoc, ?/ (5top- 
vrrw), a trench, canal, 1. 7. 
15, 2. 4. 13. 

Ady^ia, aroc, ro (Socf'w), a?l 0/)t- 
wzbre ; ooy^ia /}r TWJ' arpartw- 
TU^ if was resolved on by the 
soldiers, 6. 6. 27. coy/m 
iruiiiaQai, to make a decree, to 
come to a resolution, c. ace. 
and inf. 6. 4. 11. 



i, poet.), to 
think, expect ; intr. to seew, 
appear ; impers. ?oct /io, it 
se^ms good to me, I think (mihi 
videtur), with inf., 1. 2. 1, 4. 
5. 1. TO ?o^av, 6. 1. 18 ; ra 

, 1. 3. 20 ; ro 
, 5. 6. 35 ; ra 
3. 2. 39 (quodvisum esf), what 
was resolved on ; 'OOE ravra, 
these things were agreed to, 
resolved on, this proposal was 
adopted, 1. 3. 20 ; 2oai' ravra, 
^ese things having been re- 
solved upon, nom. abs. 4. 1. 

13. KOt TOVTOVG Tt SoKUTC ; 

et hos quid putatis fecisse ? 5. 
7.26. 

oM/^aw, arru (^o<ci/zoc), to ex- 
amine, prove, test, then to 
approve, sanction, inspect, 3. 
3.20. 



AoAtoy 



40 



AoXtoe, a, ov (oXoc), crafty, 
deceitful, treacherous, 1. 4. 7. 

AoXi^oCj */> ov, 0M<7 ; as subst. o, 
<Ae ton# race, 4. 8. 27. 

AoXoe, ov, 6 (SeXoe> bait), 
Lat. dolus, a bait, stratagem ; 
cunning, craft, deceit, f>. 6. 29. 

AoXoi^, OTTOC, 6, a Dolopian, 
living in Epire, between Acar- 
nania, ^Etolia, and Pindus, 1. 
2.6. 

Aoa, TJC, >/ (fioiclto), the opinion 
one has, Trapa oav or O.TTO 
<to?;c, contrary to expectation, 
ppp. to Kara o'av; the opinion 
others have of one, estimation, 
esteem, honour, glory, 6. 5. 14. 

Aoaw, ao-w (c"oa), to think, 
imagine, magnify, extol. 

Aoparjov, ov, TO (lopv), a little 
spear, a lance, 6. 4. 23. 

Aopcnc, aoc, // (lipKopai, to 
see), a gazelle, antelope, an 
animal of the deer kind with 
large bright eyes, 1. 5. 2, 5. 3. 
10. 

AopTTjjorog, ov, v, and ^OJOTTTJOTOC 
(op;rov), supper-time, 1. 10. 
17, 

Aopv, aroc, TO, a spear ; ETTI 
copv, ad dextram, to the right 
hand, opp. tV acrTr/^a, 4. 3. 
29. 



ow, 

spearmen, 5. 2. 4. 
AovXfta, ag, /; (<5oiXoc), slavery, 

7. 7. 32. 
AouXsuw, tvutt), ctcovXevKa (?oD- 

Xoc), 4. 8. 4, to serve, e a 

s/ave (servire) ; ^ouXow, fo 

enslave (in servitutem redi- 

gere). 
Aof'Xoc, ou, 6 (e'oXoc, 2t'w, io 

bind), a slave, bondsman, opp. 

^<T7rdrj;c, subject, vassal, 1. 9. 

29, 2. 5. 38. 



, to give a dull heavy 
sound, like a corpse, thud, 
strike, dash, 1. 8. 18 ; in 4. 

5. 18, K-pouw is used. 
AOUTTOC, ov, 6, a dead heavy 

sound, noise, din, 2. 2. 19. 
ApaicoVnoe, ov, 6 ((Jpa/cwv), Dra- 
contius, a Spartan, 4. 8. 25, 

6. 6. 30. 
Ap7rarj^opoe, oc, o 

^)pw), scythe-bearing, 

t]<j>6pa, sc. ap/xora, scythe- 

bearing chariots, 1. 8. 10. 
ApeVaj/ov, ov, ro (fipiirw, to 

pluck), a scythe, 1. 8. 10. 
Ap/Xat, wi', a/, <Ae Drilce, a 

people in Pontus, 5. 2. 1. 
Apo/*oe, ov, o ($(jafjte~iv, rpe'xw), a 

rce, a running, 4. 8. 26 ; 

^po'juw Ottv, to rwn af 

s/^ee^, 1. 8. 18, 19, so 

<j>iv-/iv, 5. 7. 25. 



impf. icvva/jini', ffivvw, lovvn- 
TO (o, rt Icvvb), 1. 6. 7, ct.S 
much as you could), to be able, 
can (possum), 2. 6. 2, 7. 6. 
37. ot ^/eytCTra Cuvajuevoi, </J6 
wiosf powerful, 2. 6. 21. 
ovcev aXXo ^vra/uevoc, M?as 
equivalent to, 2. 2. 13 ; to fo 
ivorth of money, 1. 5. 6. 
vi'a/xic, eac, >/, power, means, 
resources (potentia, opes), 2. 
5. 11 ; a ybrce (copies), 1. 3. 
12, 5. 4. 7. etc ^vva^ir, 
according to our ability, 2. 
3. 23; implied weakness, 1. 
6.7. 

yaffr^c, ov, 6 (civyajuai), a lord, 
master, ruler; ol ciuraorat, the 
chief men (optimates) ; . rwv 
vTrapxwi', iAe chief of the vice- 
roys, 1. 2. 20, Eng. dynasty. 
raroc, //, oy (ovvafiat), power- 



ful, strong, influential, pos- 

sible, with inf. 4. 1. 24. 
Aurw, Svaoptu, IfCvKa, 2 aor. 

lour, intr. to S*'H (trans. uw), 

se< of the sun, 2. 2. 3.. 
Avo, ciuoTj^or uo, indecl.), u?0, 1. 

2.23. 
Au<7/3aroc, or, ov (ve, ftaivtu), 

inaccessible, impassable, 5. 2. 

2. 
Av<rSia/3aroe. of, cy (2uc, <a, 

/3atVw), difficult to get through. 
Aiiay.///, ?/c, / (^u'w), sinking, 

setting, in pi. 6. 2. 26, 7. 3. 34. 
f, oc, or (fivg, Traptt/^t), 
rrf or difficult to pass, 4. 1. 

25. 



to pass, 1. 5. 7. 
m, ac, ; (<$ve, irdpoe), 
difficulty of passing, 4. 3. 7. 
uaTT&poc, oe, or, ^arJ to pass, 
scarcely passable, Trorajucic, 2. 
5. 9 ; vaTToe, 6. 5. 12 ; ocot, 
5. 1. 13. 

AuT7rpd<Tiroc, oc, ov (Suf, 
to get at. 



to ?se or manage, use- 

less, 3. 4. 19. 
Autr^wpm, ac, // (Sue, X^P")' 

difficult ground, the roughness 

of the country, 3. 5. 16. 
Aua, cvtT(t>, Cf'cuk'o, ZiSvpai, to 

cause to enter, put on another ; 

Mid. to sm/t, se<, 5. 7. 6, 1. 10. 

15 ; uc, 2 aor. part. act. 
AwO:a (cuo, lika), num. adj. 

twelve. 
AttyMoyMu, jjfTopai. (oupov), to 

<7zVe presents, 7. 3. 18, 5. 3. 
Awpoo'w(f)wpo', ct'cw, cf^o^tat), 

to accept presents, receive gifts, 

7. 6. 17. 
. A<Spo>, ou, rd (ZlSwfiC), a gift, a 

present, 1. 9. 22. 



E. 

'Ea v= f I av, contr. ?\v, a.v (a),conj. 
if, takes always conjunctive, 
3. 1. 23, 2. 20. iav rtiav 
rt or lirt tire=(sive sive\ 
whether or, 5. 5. 16, 7. 3. 37. 
iav pi] (nisi), unless ; iavnep, 
if at all events, 4. 6. 17. 

'Eap/w, iata (tap), to pass the 
spring, Lat. vernare, 3. 5. 15. 

'Euurou, ^c, ov, Lat. sui, sibi, 
se, of himself, herself, itself, 
sometimes aurov, aur^c, 6. 6. 
16, 7. 6. 14. ol tavrov, his 
own men, 1. 2. 15 ; ra tav- 
ru>y, their own a/airs, 3. 1. 
16, 7. 7. 44 ; v tavTu iyivi- 
TO, he came to himself, 1. 5. 
17. 

'Ectw, iaffd), tiaKd, iiapat (a 
pres. and impf., d everywhere 
else), to let, leave alone, suffer, 
allow, c. ace. and inf. 5. 2. 
10, 7. 4. 11. OVK iav, to for- 
bid (prohibere), 7. 4. 10. 

, num. adj. seventy. 

OV, 6='A/3pO^\/JJJC. 

, iyytvi]OH^ui, 2 aor. 
, to be born in, to 

be engendered, 5. 8. 3. 

, oc, ov, a grandchild, a 

descendant, 3. 2. 14. 
'Eyyimw, rjerw, iyytyvn^a, iyyt- 

yvrjuai (iyyvtj, a pledge), to 

pledge (spondere) ; Mid. to 

promise, engage, ace. and inf. 

7. 4. 13. 
'Eyyuflfi', adv. (tyyvf), from 

close at hand, near, 4. 2. 27. 
'Eyyuc, adv. near,nearly,2. 2. 15. 

t. elvat, 1. 10. 10, 2. 5. 36 ; I. 

7rpo<7(j0at, 4. 2. 12 ; e. yy~ 

><Ta, 4. 2. 15, 7. 23, 4. 5. 

16 ; tyywrepw or ov, eyyvrdrw 



'E y ip 



co 



or a, or yyto>', e'yyiirra 5 at 
iyyvTaThi Kutftai, 2. 2. 16 ; 01 
eyyurara rwr iroXefju'iav, 2. 2. 

17, 5. 4. 13, 7. 13. 



yeppai (2 p. eypi'iynpa, / am 
awake, keep watch), to awaken, 

rouse, stir up, 4. 6. 22, 5. 7. 10. 
EyKaXt'w, <TW, &c. (tr, caXtw), 

to caZZ tn, claim, n, 7. 7. 33 ; 

Ttvi, to bring a charge or accu- 

sation against one, 7. 7. 44, 47 ; 

on or ace. of subst. 7. 5. 7. 
'Ey*.'GtXv7rrw, i//w, f.yKKa\vfji^at 

(fi', KflXuTrrw), Az'cfe closely, 

cover up, 4. 5. 19, 
*EyKtjucu, Ktiaofjiai (tr, 

to lie or Je m, 4. 5. 26. 
J EyK'\u(Troc, oc, or (er, ff\uw), 

ordered, commanded, 1. 3. 13. 
Eyk'0nXoc, oc, ov (EJ', K'E^aX?/), 

tvithin the head, sc. /uufXo'c, 

^e brain, the pith of the palm, 

2. 3, 16. 
EyvEXaXivwjuEVwc, see 

i'ow, better i 

7.2. 21. 

'Eycpar^c, J/Cj C (e', cpart'w), 
' holding fast, strong, master of , 

c. gen. 5. 4. 15, 1. 7. 7. 
'Ey^aXivow, axrw, &c. (ev, ^o^t*'- 

oc, a bridle, ^aXaw), io put a 
. bit in the mouth of, "ittirov ; 

Pass, to have the bit in, to be 

ready bridled, 7. 2. 21, 7. 6. 
'Ey^ftptw, Tjffw (iv, x et 'p)> ^ P u t 

one's hand to, undertake, at- 

tempt, c. dat. 5. 1. 8. 
'Eyxfp>e, oe, ov (iv, X C 'P)> z ' re 

the hand, TV, a dagger, 4. 3. 
- 12 ; a handle, a hand-book. 

io>, iow, Att. tw (fV, 



to trust, rti'd Tin, 3. 2. 8. 
y^ew, ty^f w, to pour in, 4. 3. 
13. 



-Ei*afa> 

'Eyw, 1 pers. pron. /; 'ywye, / 
for my part, 1. 4. 8, 4. 1. 22. 

Ecw, see iadiu). 

TI}C, ov, o (tdl\ti)). a vo- 
lunteer, ace. pi. 0Xoj'rac, but 
part. (6i\ovTac, willing, 1. 6. 
9, 4. 1. 26, 27. 

OtXoi'Tt, adv. willingly, 3. 3. 
18, but ideXovri is dat. part, of 



ufftoc, oc, ov, adj. willing, 
4. 6. 19. 



z's^, 5e willing, 5. 10. 6, 1. 

9. 14. 
"Eidvoc, oc, TO (t'0or, flt custom), 

a nation, tribe, 4. 5. 28.. 
EJ, conj. (/", with ind. 3. 2. 39, 

3. 3. 16, 5. 4. 6, 6. 37 ; with 
opt. 4. 8. 11, 5. 1. 11, 6. 4. 
It is never joined in Attic 
with the conjunctive. After 
verbs intcrrogandi, dubitandi 
et deliberandi, 1. 8. 15, 2. 1. 
15, 4. 1.25, 1.3. .5, 5. 1.12, 
1. 10. 5; 'iy, if at least, 7. 
6. 22 ; e /u/, 5. 7. 32 ; tl 
Kai, 6. 6. 27 ; Kal fl, 3. 2. 
24 ; el ptj, 1. 5. 2, 4. 2. 4, 
5. 5; t7Tp ye, if at all events, 
1. 7. 9 ; EtTTwc, if by any 
means, 2. 3. 18, 5. 2, 4. 1. 8 ; 
etr 'ir = sive sive, whe- 
ther or whether, 2. 1. 14; 
t T, and if, 1. 3. 11 ; e'i ric 
= sz quis, if any one, 1. 5. 9, 

4. 5. 17. t'idf, tl yap, par- 
ticles of wishing, that= 
utinam. tl=if; t=es, thou 
art. , 

EltJoc, coc, ro (ficor, opaw), a/J- 
pearance, form, 2. 3. 16. 
, see 



/ i \ - s ' 

like, conjecture, guess, 1. 
6. 11, 10.. 16, 5. 4. 12. 



ELK os Ely 



43 



k'or, EiYoror, r<5, neut. of the 
perf. tiKd or toico, fr. t'l/cw, to 
&e ///.*, adj. likely, reasonable, 
probable, 3. 1. 13, 2. 26, 5. 1. 
12. EtKOTa Xf'yttr, to so?/ what 
is reasonable, 2. 3. 6 ; we 
ficoe, s was likely, 3. 4. 24, 
7. 6. 13. 

u'oirt (f'urari, <5yo-rek-art, dvi- 
ginti, two-tens, Don.), num. 
adj. twenty. 

, adv. fr. etrofssmra ro 
tw / likelihood, with 
good reason, 2. 2. 3, 6. 4. 18. 
'(:wJ, w, toiK-a, to fo or too& 
/$ef 2. 1. 13 ; we tW-e, as z'< 
seemed, apparently, 2. 2. 18 ; 
owrei'f KaXto tfoiijf, i/ z's 7&o at 
all like a brave man, G. 5. 17. 
Imp. it seems, beseems, it is 
right, reasonable, likely. 
k-w, tw, to yield, give way. 
(/"', iffoftai, impf. ?}i^, to &e, 
with ^'/, ou, f&jttr, ovdir, to be 
impossible, 4. 2. 10 ; tlvai n, 
to be something', tlrai TIVOC, 
or tie rtvoc, 3. 2. 13 ; tan pot, 
I have, 1. 7. 8, 2. 1.10; fifat 
n-Epi TI, to be busy, 3. 5. 7 ; 
eVt and Trpo'e rut, 5. 4. 2, 25, 
Kara', 1. 10. 9 ; for tUtim, 
it is allowable, possible, Lat. 
(zcef, 1. 5. 2, 2. 2. 3. 7)1' 
Cvrtifiivr), 2. 2. 13; t'orti' OOTIC, 
whoever, 1. 8. 20 ; eo-0' orf, 
a^ /zws, sometimes, 2. 6. 9 ; 
tony oiriider, there is a place 
from u-Jiich, 6. 2. 4 ; ow eirrir 
o^-wc, 2. 4. 3, zY cannot but 
be that ; ra orra, things 
really existing, 4. 4. 15, also 
= XpilfmTa, property, 7. 8. 22 ; 
ro K-ora rovrtiv fli'at, as re- 
gards this man, 1. 6. 9; rJ> 
ovrij really, in reality. 
/^t, / shall go, Lat. ibo, 7.3. 



34; imp. 'idt, 3 pi. lovriar, 1. 

4. 8; impf. ptv and i/Va, and 
^a; inf. lira,, 1. 3. 1,2.6.10, 

1. 8, 16. iiri rtva, nvi cia <f>i~ 
\lac, to be on friendly terms 
with, 3. 2. 8. (5m TToXe/^ov, 3. 

2. 8. row TTjOOffw itVai, to ^ro ct 
bit farther, gen. of portion, 1. 

3. 1. Y0i=Lat. a^, come ^e, 

, 7. 2. 26, 7. 27. *>' oi', 
must go, 3. 1. 7, 6. 3. 30. 
y, 2 aor. of ^TJ^/', which 
see. . 

, for ee'pyw, excludo (t'p- 
, includo}, etp^w, tlpyyuot, 
f. mid. as pass. 6. 6. 16, to 
shut out. 

a fr. t't'pw, pf. for Xt'yw, / 
have said ; e'ipw, tpw, ti 
iipnpai, 1 aor. pass. eppfi 
fut. pnOntrofidi. 

rjc, j; (f'ipw, to bind), 
peace, 2. 6. 6. 

Ee or tc, a prep, to or into, 
gov. ace. PLACE, 1. 2. 22, 4. 
7. 1, 5. 5. 14 ; PERSON, 3. 3. 
19, 5. 3. 6, 5.6. 28; TIME, 1. 
7. 1, 2. 3. 25; NUMBER, 
about=circiter, 3. 3. 6, 4. 8. 
15 ; also distributively ei'e civo, 
Jw-'o each, tie ciKaioirvftji', as 
to, as regards, 1.9. 16 ; ^t\- 
ai', 2. 6.30; ' aQOoviav, 7. 1. 
33; Cvrap.iv, 2. 3. 23. Trapff- 
o-av ttc 2ap?6te, constructio 
pra>gnans=th ey cam e to Sardis 
and were in it, 1. 2. 2, so, 2. 2. 
16,7. 2. 5. c?e v/uac Xe'yetv, 

5. 6. 28, 5. 6. 37, to s;?ea to 
or before. 

Elc, /i /a, ti', gen. frdc, /nae, E^OC, 
num. adj. OTze; te rte, some 
one ; tc :a<rroe (unusquis- 
gue}, each one, 6. 6. 12; *e 
y avhp (unus omnium max- 
ime), 1, 9. 12. 



44 



>, &c. (etc, ayw), to 
into, Trpoc 2evfl;r, 7. 5. 
19 ; et aKrjvriv, 1. 6. 11. 

E/<7aK'oiT4Wj t'fl'w (**{,' CLKUVT ita) , 
to throw javelins in, 7. 4. 15. 

Et<7/3at'vw, /3;(To/mt, &c. (etc, 
/3atV(i>), to <70 info, </o ore 

. board. 

Et<7/3aXXw, /3aXw, &c. (e<c> /3aX- 
Xw), to throw ittto, bring into 
quickly ; as if intrans., make 
an inroad into, to enter, 1. 2. 
21 ; to /aZ^ of a river, etc TOV 
T&vtypaTnv, 1. 7. 15. 

Et<7/3t/3aw, a<rw (etc, /3at'vw), to 
ma&e to ^o mto, put on board, 
5. 3. 1. 

Et<r/3oXj7, jjc, / ("c> /3aXXa), en- 
hance, passage, pass, 1. 2. 
21 ; tlnfloKriv TTOultrdai, to 
force a passage, 5, 6. 7. 

Etff2uo^at, dvaofjiai (etc? Suw), 2 
aor. etffe'Si/y, to enter into, 4. 

: 14. 

Eilcret/u (ttc, A<0> ' 3 ^> 
enter, 7. 2. 30. iltrrjei CLVTOVQ 
OTTWC, ?< ca?e znto /Aez'r minds 
that, 5. 9. 17. 

eXaffw, &c. (f'C, 
), to drz'ye into, sc. IV- 
TTOK, appn, ravv, orparor, &c. 
to rz'rfe, t/n've, satY, marcA z'nto, 
1. 2. 26. 

E2*tjpX<0/MM, eXevffo/jtai, &c. (etc, 
tp\(>Hai), to go into, enter, 
enter upon, 7. 1. 27. 

Etro2oc, ou, / (t lc, o^os), an en- 
trance, 6. 5. 1. 

EtffTTj/^ciw, J;<TW, &c. (tie, 7r;Sw), 
to /ea/> into, tiQ TOV icr)\6v, 1. 

. 5.8. 

EtffTr/Trrw, irierov^ini, &c. (ftc> 
7r/7rrw), to fall into, fall upon, 
7. 1. 19. 

tvffOfjiai, &c. (fif, 
), to sa7 zto, G. 2. 1. 



&c. (C> 

, to march, proceed, 
enter into. 

, 6plt,o/.iat, &c., 2 aor. 
(etc, rpe'^w), to run 
mto, 5. 2. 16. 

, &c. (etc, ^>fp w )t 
to bring, carry into, 7. 3. 21. 
<T<jfrope'w, ;ffw, &c. (etc, (pe'pw), 
to carry, bring into, 4. 6. 1. 

e), adv. within, rSiv 
1. 2. 21 ; rwi' orrXwi', 
3. 3. 7, 4. 26. 

Et7w0e'w, <i)8iiaio and w<rw, &o. 
(etc, wfle'w), to thrust into; Mid. 
to /orce, ^?-ess, /)MsA m, 5. 2. 
18. 

Etro, adv. afterwards, then, 
next, Lat. deinde, Trpwroi' /JtV 
elra 3e, 1. 3. 2, 6. 10. Often 
joined to a part. 1. 2. 25, and 
then they wandered about and 
perished. 

Elire etr = (et re) sive sive 
whether or, with ind. 6. 6. 
20 ; with opt. in or. cbliq. 2. 

I. 14, 7. 7. 18. 

Etwfla, perf. with pres. meaning 
from edu), I am wont, with 
inf. 7. 8. 4. 

'Eic, prep. gov. gen. out, out of 
PLACE, IK <&ot'V7e, 1. 7. 12 ; 
tK TOV Triliov, 3. 4. 25 ; TIME, 
e' ov (xpoi/ou), from the time 
that, since', IK TUVTOV, 1. 2. 17, 
6. 8, after this ; e'/c rou dpt'ff- 
row, 4. 6. 21 ; ec TOVTWV, 1. 3. 

II, 7. 6. 10; e\" rwi' jrapoi'- 
rwi', 3. 2. 3 ; m consequence 
of, CK Tijf riKwoiqc; sc. yi'wyurjc, 5. 
9.18; IKTOU afiiKov, 1. 9. 16; e/c 
r^e ^/u)(^c <pi\oQ, a friend from 
the heart, 7. 7. 43; 0wc eic 
Atfif, 3. 1. 12 ; <2>o/3oc e* rwv 
'EKXj'/i'wj', 1. 2. 18; ec Tra^- 
roc TpoTrov, in every way, 3. 1. 



f crraa> 



43 ; it fTTiftovXijc, per insidias, 
6. 2. 7 ; * viroifyiac , 2. 5. 5. 
kraoraxoffe, adv. (fk'affroe), to 
each side, 3. 5. 17. 
KCICTTOC;, TJ, ox (exrac, Icarepoc, 
each of two (uterque) ; /ca<rroc, 
each of many (quisque), 1. 7. 
15, 4. 2. 12 ; cjcaordc rtc, 
one, 6. 1. 19. 

, adv. eacA time, always, 
2. 4. 10. 

jatrtpoe, a, oy (tcac), eac& of 
two (uterque), 1. 8. 27, 3. 2. 
36 ; KuO* IcarEpa (a utraque 
parte), on both sides, 5. 6. 7. 
care'pwfer, adv. from or ow 
io^ si'cfes (utrimque), 1. 8. 
13, 6. 2. 3. 

cartpaxTE, adv. to eacA. siWe, 
each way, 1. 8. 14. 
x-arcy, num. adj. indecl. o hun- 
dred, 1. 2. 25. 



), Hecatotiymus, a citizen 

of Sinope, 5. 5. 7. 
'Enr/Stuyw, /3/;<7o/uat, &c. (ec, 

flaivwi), to go out, disembark, 

5. 4. 11, 4. 3. 23. 
'E/:/3a\Xa>, /3a\w, &c. (etc, fta\- 

Xw), to throw, drive out, IK rjjfe 

^>i\'ac, 7. 5. 6. 
"Er/3aff4c, <>, ^ (t*:, jSati^w), a 

going out, a way out, pass, 4. 2. 

1, 3. 20, 21. 

'E/c/3ard^a, wv, ra, Ecbatana, 

the capital of Media, 2. 4. 25. 
'Ek'/So/jfo'w, >)(Ta>, &C. (e*, /3o^, 

^f'w), to march out to aid, 7. 8. 

15. 
"Ecyovoc, oc, ov (EIC, yiyvop.cn), 

born of, sprung from ; subst. 

v, ?/, a child, son or daughter; 

pi. descendants (posteri), 3. 

2. 14 ; ro iKyova.) the off- 
spring, 4. 5. 25. 

'E^'Cfpw, cepoi (tc, ^t'pw), 1 aor. 



e'&Sf tpa, to sfrrp o^ iAe sm, to 

^ >y, 1.2.8. 

*Ec5t'<5wyut, r iu(Tw, &c. (r, 2'^w/ii), 
to give out, give up, 6. 4. 10 ; to 
gre've ouf q/" one's house, give 
one's daughter in marriage 
(nuptum dare). Trap' dv?p, 4. 
1.24. 

'Ec^uw or eVtSuKw, tK$vff<M>, &c. 
(EK, <5w), to s^rz/>, j< o/ 1 , 4. 

3. 12. 

'Et, adv. there (ibi), 7. 2. 30, 

4. 1. 24. 

'Eketfoi', adv. thence (inde), 5. 6. 

24. 
'Ecelj'oc, TJ, o (lk-t), f^e man 

tJiere, that man, 1. 7. 18. 
'E*,-iff, adv. thither (illuc). 
'Ec0\t/3w, 4/w, &c., to press or 

Jims/* OMf, 3. 4. 19, 20. 

i-AXuf enow, uptD, iKXiKa6ap/j.at 

(EC, KaOaipit)), to cleanse, bur- 

nish, 1. 2. 16. 
'Ek'icaXwTrrw, v\lntt y EK^eKaXv/jpai 

(tKj KaXiiTrrw), to uncover, 1. 2. 

16. 
'E;i:X7;o7a, ac, > (EK, JcaXe'w), an 

assembly, the legislative as- 

sembly of citizens ; in Anab. 

an assembly of soldiers, 1. 3. 

2, 4. 12; in Eccl. Gr. a 

church, Fr. eglise. 
'EKK\T)ffiaii> (tKKXrjtria), to hold 

an assembly, convene, summon 

to an assembly, 5. 6. 37. 
'EiocXfi'iij, K\it>w, &c. (f/c, k'XiVw), 

to ften(Z o of the regular line, 

1. 8. 19. 

'E,KKO/jLtli), iffk), &C. (C, KO/Jlw), 

to carry, fetch, take out (ex- 
portare), 5. 2. 19. 

'EXKOTTTU), \1>U>, &C. (CK| KoVni)), to 

CM< OM^, knock out, cut down, 
1. 4. 10. 



fAe head), to tumble 



'E K K vfj. a iv co- 'E K (j) a i 



headlong, to throw a summer- 

set, 6. 1. 9. 

Vw, avw (EC, KVftalvu, 
, to wave or bulge out, 

of a line of soldiers, 1. 8. 18. 



i, &c., to pick out, choose 
out, 3. 3. 19. 

'EcXE/TTU;, Xl/>W, &C. (EC, XE/TTW), 

to leave out, pass over, for- 
sake, 1.2. 24; to fail, dis- 
appear, of snow, 4. 5. 15. 

'EcyuT/pvo^ai, vtrofiai (EC, pripvo- 
/zat), to unfold, make an army 
defile (explicare) ; intr. to de- 
file, 6. 3. 22. 

'ECTTE'/ZTTW, \l/u), &C. (E'C, 7rjui"w), 
to send out, off, away, 5. 2. 21. 

'EcTTEpaiVw, aroi (EC, wtpaivii)), 
to finish, bring to an end, 5. 
1. 13. 

'Ec7rj?aw, Tjtrofiai (EC, 7rj?aw), 

to /ea/> OM^, ?tte sallies (ex- 
currere), 7. 4. 16. 

'Ek'TT/jLtTrXr/jUt, TrXrjffd), &C. (ft, 

7r/jLt7rXj/ji), to Jl// w/>, fulfil, 
accomplish, 3. 4. 22. 
'EiCTru'w, 7r/o/ua<, &c. (EC, irivtti), 
to drink out or ojf, 1. 9. 25. 



2 aor. tieVtiroi' (tic, TrtVrw), to 
ya// oz/?, or o$ or from, to be 
banished, 1. 1. 7 ; driven 
away, 5. 2. 1 ; rwsA o, 5. 2. 
17, 18 ; to &e cast ashore, 
suffer shipwreck, 6. 4. 2, 7. 5. 
12, 13; to fall down, of trees, 
to fre on the ground, 2. 3. 10 ; 
to (70 away, slip out, EK TiJQ 
uSov, 5. 2. 31. 

vrXew, TrXeviro/jni, &c. (Ik', 
TrXf'w), /o sa?7 out or away, 2. 
6. 2 r 5. 6. 19. 

c, we, wv, Att. for *:- 

, ov (EC, 
full, complete, 7. 5. 9. 



^sw, &c. (E 

to strike out, drive away; Pass. 
2 aor. E^ETrXayTji', 1 aor. E&- 
7rXr)xO>]v, to be astonished, sur- 
prised, amazed, 1. 5. 13, 2. 2. 
18. 

fCTToSwJ', adv. K TTtlSwJ', OM< O/" 

f/ie waj/, TroitiffOai ni'o, to /)< 

ow< of the way, get rid of, 1. 

6. 9 ; tKirotiwv elftit, to be put 

out of the way, 2. 5. 29. 

tvffopai, &c. (EC, 
, to go or march out, 

5. 6. 33. 
'Ec7rop/w, /<rw, Att. tw, &c. (EC, 

Tropoc), to invent, contrive, 

provide, furnish, procure, 5. 6. 

19, 10. 4. 
"Ec7ra^u, aroe, ro (EC, ?r/i'w), a 

drinking cup, beaker, 4. 3. 25. 
'Ecraic, a'a, atoi' (E^), on the 

sixth day, 6.- 4. 38. 
'Ecrarrw, ra^w, &c., and IKTIITTO- 

jjiai, &c. (EC, TO.TTW), to draw 

up in battle order, 5. 4. 12, 7. 

1.24. 
'EcrEtVw, rerw, &c. (EC, TEtVw), 

to stretch out; Mid. extend the 

line of an army, 2 aor. pass. 

t&ra'fV, 5. 1. 2, 8. 14. 
'Ecro^Euw, evffu}, &C. (E'C, TO^EVW), 

to sAoof OM< /7-owt a place, 7. 

8. 14. 

\lm), &c., to ?? OM< 

of the course, turn aside ; Pass. 

and 2 a. Mid. to </e 0w o/* 

one's way, turn aside, 4. 5. 

15, 5. 4. 17. 

crps'^w, Opi\l>d>, &c., to bring 

up from childhood, to rear, 7. 

2, 32. 

plZofiat, &c., 2 aor. 
', to run out, make a 

sally, 5. 2. 17, 4. 16. 
c<^a<Vw, c/mrw, &c., to show 
forth,, bring to light, iroXepov 



'E K <j) p 



'E XXr)VlS 



47 



'rpug Ttva, to declare war on 

one, 3. 1. 16. 
'EKipepw, ilotVw, &c., to carry 

out, carry forth, accomplish ; 

TToXepov (bellum inferre), be- 

gin icar; \oyov, to bring for- 

ward a statement, proclaim, 

5. 6. 17, 29 ; iv^jiv TIVOC, to 
. relate a prayer of one, 1. 9. 

11. 
'Ev^fwyw, fcvZoftai, &c., to flee, 

out, escape from, TO or rov pi], 

with inf., 1. 3. 2. 

EKWV, IKOVffa, EKOI', g. CKOVTOC, 

&c., willing, of one's own ac- 

cord, willingly, readily, 2. 4. 4. 
'EXata, ac, >/, the olive tree, the 

fruit of the olive, an olive, 6. 

4. 6, 7. 1. 37. 
'EA.atoi', ov, TO, olive oil, oil, 5. 

4. 28. 
EXaaawv, w>, or, g. oroc, comp. 

of fjiiKpoc, smaller, less, worse, 

inferior, 6. 2 5, 7. 7. 35. 
'EXav^w, eXaffw or tXw, iXijXaKa, 

/\//\a)uai, to drive, 5. 8. 5, sc. 

appa, "nnrov, vavv, drive, ride, 

sail; rjKtv \aivw', Ae came 

riding, 1. 5. 15, 7. 3. 44; sc. 

ffTpciTevpa, to march, 1. 2. 23, 

1. 5. 7, 13, 1.7. 14. 

'E\a^>tor, oc, ov (fXa^oc), of or 
belonging to a stag; Kplu, ve- 
nison, 1. 5. 2. 
"EXa^ioc, ov, 6, i/, a deer, stag or 

/!(/, 5. 3. 10. 

'EXa^poc, a, o*', light in weight, 
opp. /3apc, nimble, 3. 3. 6, 
4. 2. 27; 01' . %/ii troops ; adv. 
i\a<f>pMc, quickly, 7. 3. 33. 

, 7, oy, superl. of 
pdc, smallest, least, rov\a- 
eicaror, a hundred at 
least, 5. 7. 8. 



pass. 



a. act. 



to examine, 3. 5. 14, 4. 1. 23 ; 
confute, disprove, reprove, re- 
proach, 

Xfftyoc, 77, oy (\oc), finding 
pity, full of pity, piteous, pi-* 
liable, 4. 4. 11, better aXfEti'cii'. 
/^w, in>, to raise the cry 
iXtXtv, so, like dXaXaw to 
raise the war-cry, 1. 8. 18. 

'EXfvfept'a, ac, j; {iXtvOepoc), 
freedom, liberty, 1. 7. 3. 

'EXtvfc'pioc, oc, ov, speaking or 
acting like a free man, free- 
spirited, frank, liberal, noble, 
7. 4. 24, better tXtvtieputv. 

'EXfv6epoc, a, ov (tXtuflw, root of 
iXevffOfiai, fut. of ep^o/itu), 
y/'ee to come and go, free, in- 
dependent, 7. 4. 24. 

for 'AXt<rapi'7, q. v. 
w and eX^uw, U<TW, e?X- 
CT, t'ih.Kvcrp.ai, to draw, 4. 2. 
28; pull up, 5.2. 15. 

'EXXoc, ado*-, ^, Hellas, the 
name for Greece amongst the 
Greeks; Greece and Greeks 
are words of Roman origin, 5. 
6.22. 

'EXXac, o2oc, /, Hellas, the mo- 
ther of Gongylus, 7. 8. 8. 

"EXXijv, jji/oe, 6, a Greek, 1. 1. 2; 
&c. 

'EXXijj'i'^w, to spea^- Greek, to 
imitate or favour the Greeks ; 
EXXr)vifiv j/7rt/rraro, he 
knew how to speak Greek, 7. 
3.25. 

'E\\rjviKoc, y, or, adj. Greek, 
Hellenic ; TO 'EX. the Greek 
force, 1. 4. 13. 

EX/\7ji'ii>-wc, adv. in Greek, in the 
Greek language, opp. /3up/3upt- 
vwc, 1. 8. 1. 

'EX\i?i't'c, ^Cj ^> a Greek wo- 
man; Greek-like, 
5. 3. 2. 



48 



'EAA?; VICTTL L -'E/-t7ro5<j> 



'EXXiyrtort, adv. in Greek 
fashion, in the Greek language; 
'EXX. vi'tVcu, to understand 
Greek, 7. 6. 8. 

'EXXf/ffTroj'rtak'dc, r], ov, of or be- 
longing to the Hellespont, 
Hellespontine, 1. 1. 9; from 

ow, 6 ("EXXjje 
Hellespont (sea of 
Helle), the Dardanelles, 1.1.9. 

'EX7Tt'w, IffW, Att. l<5 (tXTT/c), 

to hope, c. inf., 7. 6. 34 ; ex- 
pect, 6. 3. 17. 

'EXTTtC, t'^Oe, I/, ^0/?e, tXTTtcioC 

Xtyttj', to excite hopes, 1. 2. 
11. 

'E/tauroD, T/C, refl. pron. o/ my- 
self, pi. J//JWI' aurwv, 5. 8. 15. 
/3r]ffOfjiai, &C. (fiV, 
/3atVw), to <?o ?n, gro o?i, #0 on 
board, embark, elf TrXotov, 1. 
3. 17, 4. 7, 5. 6. 12. 

*E/i/3aXXw, /3aXa>, &c., to throw 
or JnVi<7 tn, x^* 7 ? 1- 9. 27; 
to put in, poxXov, 7. 1. 12; 
inflict, TrXrjyac, 1. 5. 11; sc. 
enurov, to j-wsA, enter in, 3. 5. 
17 ; sc. arrparov, to enter in a 
hostile way, invade ; of rivers, 
to fall into, 1. 2. 8, 4. 8. 2. 

*E/i/3(/3uw, arw, causative of 
/j/3at''ii>, to cawse to ^o zn, to 
pw on board, etc ra TrXota, 5. 

3. 1. 

'Eju/3oX>'/, TJC, ^ (v, /3aX\w), a 
throwing in, an inroad, foray, 
raid, 4. 1. 4. 

'E/u/3poTijroc, oc, or (ev, /3pov-)j), 
thunderstruck (attonitus), ip.. 
Trotei, strikes with terror, 3. 4. 
12. 

, i/jifffu or E^IW or l/uou/mj, 
to-juai, to vomit, 

4. 8. 20. 

ei'w, [jfpii>T)Ka, 1 aor. 
(it>, ^teVw), to remain 



in a place, 4. 7. 17 ; afo'de 0y, 
stand by, rote I'o/uotc. 
/ioc, ^, o', poss. adj. mz'ne, 7. 
6.33. 

yun-aXij', adv. (tV, TraXtv), Jac^;, 
(EJC) roujUiraXtv rtTTftrat, to ^0 
au?ay 6ae&, 1. 4. 15, 3. 5. 13, 
4. 3. 21. 

<TW (t/jnrt$oc, firm, tr, 
), to fix in the earth, to 
make firm, establish, ratify, 

OOKOUf, VO/JIOVC, &C., 3. 2. 10. 
E/iTTEtpOC, OC, OV (fl', TTClpa), - 

perienced or practised in a 

thing, skilful at it, c. gen. or 

t; adv. e/jnrfipwQ woe 

, to &e acquainted with 
one, 2. 6. 1. 



7T\T)l', tO 

ct7r>Twi' 



, impf. twrip.- 

Up, r't 7tl'OC, 

to sa- 



tisfy the expectations of all, 
1. 7. 8; c. part. virtff\rovfj- 
vot; oiiK li'tiri/jurXaao, you were 
not satisfied with promising, 7. 
7.46. 



or TTTrpr)<TfJiat, but 
aor. always lirpiiaQriv ; impf. 
act. eVfTrt^tTT/uTji', to burn, 
kindle, set on fire, okt'ac, 4. 4. 
14, 5. 2. 3. 

UTrtVrw, TTEirovfiai, &c., to fall 
on or zn, to come />on, setze, 
5. 7. 26. 

fwc, we, wf (fV, irXfoc), 
, quite full, ni-oc, 1. 2. 22. 
fV, 7rouc), to ^J?/i 
the feet in bonds, fetter, check, 
stop, ace., gen. or dat., 4. 3. 
29. 

UTTO&Oe, OC, OV (ly, TTOue), ZW 

the way, an obstacle, 7. 8. 3, 4. 
v, adv. like Imr086i> (E>', 
, among the feet, in 



ihe tray, z/z. tlvai TIVI, to be 
in the way of, hinder, 4.8. 14, 
5. 7. 10; ri ifiirolitiv fjifj ov%i, 
Lat. <?uid obstat quominus, 3. 
1. 13. 

*Eju7ro<f'<i>, ?;'<TW, etc., to make in, 
put in, cause, 2. 6. 19 ; pro- 
duce a impression in one's 
mind, 2. 6. 8. 

f?, traffic, 



traffic, traffic, sell, 7. 5. 4. 

'EflTTOptOV, Ol/. 70 (e^TTOpOc), fl 

trading-place, emporium, 1. 4. 
6. 

"Eyu7ropoc, ou, 6 (fV, Tropoc), fl 
traveller, merchant, 5. 6. 19. 
, see ifurirfnjfu, 

(iv, 7rpo<T0>'), adv. 
before (Lat. ante], PLACE, rd 
ffjLTrpotrdev, the places in front, 
the front, 6. 3. 14 ; 01 ifiirpoa- 
6tv, the men in front, 4. 5. 
20 ; TIME, 6 tfjurpoffQev Xdyoc, 
the previous narrative, ?/ [*. 
7rpoi7/3o\?;, 3. 4. 2. 
/i7rwXf'(i>, i/ffw (tr, TrwXew), in 
some edd. for e/^TroXaw. 
^ayfir, inf. of e^e^ayor, 2 
aor. of tffdiui, to take some 
food, 4. 2. 1, 5. 8. 



manifest, clear, plain ; ev r^5 
ifji<t>a.v~i= openly, publicly, 2.5. 
25 ; adv. /z^a>'wc> 5. 4. 33. 
'Ev, prep. gov. dat. in, within, 
on, upon; OaXarra r] iv ry 
Ev^tt'i tf Yloyry, 5. 1. 1 ; iv 
rw tE,iu, 1. 8. 5 ; iv rpurlv 
ilpipaiQ, 4. 8. 8 ; during, iv 
Tolg airovCalc, 3. 1. 1 ; iv 
Tovry ry xpova), 4. 2. 17 ; or 
iv TOVTU, 1. 5. 15, 8. 12 ; iv 
y, during which time, while, 1. 
2. 20, 2. 2. 15, 4. 2. 19. 

/cuXaw, r/<7(* (tr, ayKvXr;, a 



49 

thong), to Jit a thong to a 
javelin, 4. 2. 28. 
vajri'of, a, ov (e>', avrt), oppo- 
site, 4. 3. 28 ; opposed to, gen. 
or dat. 3. 2. 10, 7. 6. 25; 
adverse, 4. 5. 3 ; rdvavn'n 
Tronic 7-tva ^, to ZreaZ owe tn a 
different way from, 5. 8. 24 ; 
ivavTiov TIVOQ (coram aliquoi), 
in one's presence, 7. 6. 23 ; 
TOV ivavTiuv (ex adverso, e re- 
gione), over against, opposite, 
1. 8. 23, 4. 7. 5. 
vavrww, wo-w, usually Mid. 
(ivavrioc-), to set oneself 
against, oppose, TIVI wept 
7. 6. 5. 

vairrw, d^/w, fiuuai (iv, aT 
to fasten to, to kindle, set on 
fire, 5. 2. 24. 



at, iffopat (iv, a 

to bivouac, encamp, 7. 7. 8. 

vSeta, ac, 17 (iv, ^t'w), want, 

poverty, 1. 10. 18, 7. 8. 6. 

vSEiKw/jii, cWw, etc., to mark, 

point out, show forth, display, 

5. 9. 19. 

TJ, ov, </je eleventh, 1. 

7. 18. 

<rw, etc., to 5e m wai 

of, to be deficient in ; impers. 

iv$ii, there is want or need; 

TroXXuiv ivicei ai/rjJ, he was in 

want of many things, 7. 1. 41, 

5. 9. 31. 
"Ei-ojjXoc, oc, ov(iv, 3rjfXoe), mani- 

fest, certain, evident, c. part. 

like <j>avtp6c, 2. 4. 2, 6. 23 ; 

vjjXov roDro !)( ore, <^is 

was a settled thing with him 

that, 2. 6. 18. 
"Ev2/j/ioe, oc, ov (iv, Sqjuoc), 

dwelling among a people, home 

revenue, 7. 1. 27. 
"Er&'^piof, oc, ov (iv, 



E 



sitting on the same seat, a 

table companion, 7. 2. 33, 88. 

"EvSoOer (tv^or), from the inside, 

5. 2. 22. 
E'<W (fV), inside, 7. 1. 17, 19. 

"EvSooS, OC, l> (!', oct), Of 

high repute, distinguished, 

glorious, 6. 1. 23. 
'Ev$vw, Svffu, &c., to put on 

another, ivSvo/j.a.1, ofoojMi) 2 

SLOT, ivitivv, to put on oneself, 

1. 8. 3, 5. 4. 13.^ 
'E>cpa, ac, >/ (tv, <$pa, a chair), 

a sitting in or on, an ambush 

(insidice), 4. 7. 22. 
'Eyefyevw, v<7w (ivitipa), /z'e 

in waiY for, Tivd, 1. 6. 2 ; to 

lie in ambush, 4. 6. 17. 



1. 5. 1, 5. 3. 8. 

prep. gov. gen., on ac- 
count of, by reason of, before 
the words governed, 5. 4. 19 ; 
between the adj. and subst., 

1. 4. 5 ; and follows the gen., 
1.9.21. 

vKev=tt>Ma, but stands before 
vowels, 2. 3. 20, 5. 4. 16. 

ra (tvi'/o), num. adj. 
indecl., ninety, 1. 5. 5. 

c, a, oV, also ivvtiiq (ct^cw, 
a priv. ai/w, to cry), dumb, 
speechless, deaf and dumb, 4. 
5. 33. 

veroc, */> oi' (tvlr^ii), sent in 
privately, suborned, 7. 6. 41. 
i'e'xwpoi', ov, rd (eV, e^wpo'c), a 
pledge, surety, 7. 6. 23. 
i'exwj evf'^w or iva-^aw, &,c., 
to hold or keep fast, entangle, 
catch, 7. 4. 17. 

(tV), adv. PLACE, there 
(ifti), 1.9.5,7. 15, 2.2. 11; 
TIME, erSa Sri, then, thereupon, 

2. I. 10, 4. 1. 16, 1. 8. 2; 



where, 4. 1. 2 ; when, 5.1.1; 
(cat eVfla, Aere anrf Mere, 
72(Z thither (hie, illic ; 
hue, illuc). 

'ErOdh, thither, hither, or there, 
here, 2. 1. 4, 3. 21, 3. 3. 2, 

5. 1. 10, 7. 18. 

EvOairtp, stronger form of eVda, 
Mer where, where, 4. 8. 25, 

6. 4. 9. 

Er0 (f'v), adv. fforace (inde\ 
i>6ev fJiei> tvdtv $e,on this side 
on that (hinc illinc), on 
one side on the other, 3. 5. 

7. 2. 4. 22 ; tvQtv KOI trdev, 
here and there, on both sides 
of the way (ab utraque parte), 
4. 6. 12, 8. 13, 5. 2. 22. 

*Ei'0i/^ (tt'Oev), hence (hinc), 
from you, 7. 7. 17. 



[tnt, 1 aor. ii'tOvpr)6rjv (it 1 , 

Sw^oc), to lay to heart, con- 

sider well, notice, ore, 3. 1. 43. 

r&uyu7)jua, arf , TO (IvQvfJieofiui), 

a thought, argument, device, 

stratagem, 3. 5. 12. 
i^w, 'HTM, p.p. 
7. 4. 16 ('' 

<o arm, <?wt/> w>A armour. 
Ei't for kVftm, </ere i m, 5. 

3. 11. 
'Evtaurdf, ou, o (evof=:annus\ 

a year, 7. 8. 26. 
'Ei't^', see tropa'w. 
Evict, at, a=(rrt' o, ^Aere are 

who, some, 2. 4. 1. 
*EviorteffTiv ore, <Aere zs a time 

when, sometimes, 3. 1. 20. 



Eiraroc, ?;, o', num. adj. ninth, 

4. 5. 24. 
'Ei're'a, num. adj. inJecl., nine, 

1. 4, 19. 
'Erj'vi;:o'ra, num. adj. indecl., 

ninety, 1. 5. 5. 



*Ef J/06 



(fV, row), to have in one's 
mind, to think, consider, 3. 1. 
3 ; be anxious, fiij, lest, 4. 2. 
13 ; to find on reflection, 2. 2. 
10, 3. 5. 3, 5. 9. 28. 
"Evrota, ac, ^ (tV, voue), thought, 
notion, design, iw. i^Liritmt 
rivi, a thought strikes one, 3. 
1. 13. 

'Ei'o/ae, ov, 6, or Ei/oSfve or 
'EVOTTIVS, Enodias, a. captain, 
7. 4. 18. 

ErotKcw, >/(TW, &c. (cv, oiYf'w), to 
Zeve t, dwell in, iv roirif, 5. 6. 
25, 1. 3. 4 ; eVot*:oii'rc=oi 
ei'ou-ot, /ie in-dwellers, in- 
habitants, 1. 2. 24, 5. 5, 3. 4. 
12. 

EyoTrXioc, Of, oi' (iv, oVXoi'), 
under arms, 6 ivuir. (pvtip.6^, 
<A music for the war-dance, 
the war-tune, 5. 9. 11. 

Eropcup) <i\l/ufi(it, twpHKft, ewpa- 
f*ai, 2 aor. eVtlcoi', inf. eVt<5e<v, 
fo see, remark, observe some- 
thing in a person or Am<7, 
rt rti't, 7. 7. 45. 

or 



6\\iw, ox\r>G), to trouble, an- 
noy, give trouble or annoyance 
to, riff, 2. 5. 13. 

'EvTi'i~T(ti or raatrw, ra^w, &C., to 
put in order; iv ry ivrtray- 
fiei'u, in the place assigned to 
him, 3. 3. 18. 

'E<rai/0a (ev), adv. PLACE, there, 
1. 4. 19 : thither, 1. 2. 1, 
10. 17 ; 'TIME, at the very 
time, past then, present now, 
fiT. ci), thereupon, 1. 10. 1 ; 
jjf'xpie err. up to this time (hue 
usque), 5. 5. 4. 

'ETt''w, rei'M, &c., fo stretch, 
strain ; TrXrjynff n^j, fo az'm 



t, 2. 4. 11; some say, 
to lay on blows (Lat. plagas 
intendere). 

'EireXi/e, jc, f'e (tV, TE'XOC), full, 
complete, pioQoc, 1. 4. 13. 

'ET'XXo/ua, iT\ovfjiai, evri- 
raX/uai, 1 aor. evereiXapriv, to 
enjoin, command, nvi rt, 5. 1. 
13. 

"EiTfpov, ov, TO (EITOC), f^e intes- 
tines, bowels, usually pi., 2. 5. 
33. 

'ETu0i', adv. PLACE, thence or 
forece (At'wc or illinc), 1. 2. 10 ; 
TIME, henceforth, thenceforth 
then, 4. 4. 15, 5. 4. 26, 6. 6. 
1 ; CAUSE, therefore, hence, in 
consequence, 6. 4. 15. 

tyofiov Tii'i, to inspire fear, 7. 

4. 1 ; to put on board a ship, 
1. 4. 7, 5. 7. 15. 

"Eiripjc, of, op (ir, rt/iTj), fo/rf 
t;i honour, honoured, prized, 

5. 6, 32 ; adv. eiri'/iwc, 2. 
1.7. 

'Eiroi'we (fV, rt'o), earnestly, 
eagerly, urgently, 7. 5. 7. 

ic, adv. (eV) with gen. 
inside, within, 2. 1. 11, 6. 4. 3, 

6. 5. 7. 



2 aor. tWrtngpr, to 

a// m wiYA, mee< zwtVA, nW, 1. 
8. 1, 2. 3. 10; ray uft v^wf 



, 3. 2. 31, <Aa Ae 
among you, who at any time 
meets with such an one, should 
help the commander to punish 
him. 

'EfvaX*oc, ou, o ('Eruw, Bellona), 
Knyaliuz, an epithet of Mars, 
the warlike, 1. 8. 18, 5. 2. 14; 
hence a war-song or battle- 
cry. 



B 2 



, ov, TO (fi>, i/7rj'oc). a 
dream merely, oi'cipovt a p - o- 
phetic dream sent by the gods, 
7. 8. 1. 

'Evtii/ior/a, ae, ; (cr, o/jivvpi), any 
band of sworn soldiers, a divi- 
sion of the Xo-^oc, containing 
from 24 to 32 men, 3. 4. 22, 

4. 3. 26 f- the leader was 
called ivii)pordp\T]c, ou, 6, 3. 4. 
21. 

'EvwJrta, wv, ra (e'i', &4>), the 
inner wall fronting those who 
enter a building ; the wall 
next the street was called irpo- 
rdWia, 7. 8. 1, al. irvTrvia., 

'E for e': before vowels. 

"EC, num. adj., six, 1. 1. 10. 

'Eayy'XXw, t\w, &C., to tell, 
make known, report, 2. 4. 24. 

'Eayw, aw, &c., to lead, bring 
out, lead out to battle, 6. 6. 36 ; 
Pass, to be led on to do a 
thing, c. inf. 1. 8. 21. 

'Ea/ptroc, oc, ov (1, ai'pfw), 
taken out, picked, choice (exi- 
wims), selected portions, 7. 8. 
23. 

"*Eaipw, Tj'irw, &c., 2 aor. efcT- 
Xoi', to take out, 5. 3. 4, 2. 1. 
9 ; M. pick or choose out, 2. 

5. 20 ; unlade, 5. 1. 16 ; 
remove, 2. 5. 4. 

'E^airtw, TJirw, &c. (E, atre'w), to 
demand or as& /or anything 
from anybody, ri rti'oc or 
rim ; M. to ask for oneself } to 
beg off, 1. 1. 3. 

"E^a/^^jje, adv. (e', a'i^vjjc), o a 
sudden, suddenly, softer form 
e, 5. 6. 19, 7. 21. 

t, at, a, num. adj. 
thousand, 1. 7. 11. 

t<7ti, Att. lui (e^, 
ak'orrt;w), to dart or 
j, shoot, 5. 4. 25. 



*Es/co<Tioi, at, a, num. adj. 5?'a 
hundred, 1. 8. 6. 



;, plunder, 7. 1. 29. 
'Ea'XXo/nai, aXovpat, to leap out, 
jump forth, jump up, of a horse 
to rear, 7. 3. 33. 



f'7^a'pTj;^at, to err, do 

wrong, 5. 7. 33. 
'HLZavitTTTj/jii, a.va.arr\n{3i &c., /o 

ma^-e to 77e in pres. impf. fut. 

1 aor., but elsewhere, to stand 

up, 6. 1. 30, 5. 2. 30. 
'Ea7rctraw, rj(rw,&c., strengthened 

for airardw, to deceive tho- 

roughly, Ttrd TI, 5. 7. 6 ; fut. 

Mid. with Pass, signif. 7. 3. 3. 
'EfrtTrarr;, j/c, '/, strengthened for 

aTrdrn, deceit, 7. 1. 25. 



zYs Zon^, 5. 4. 12. 



a</j) w, suddenly, 3. 3. 7. 

W, <TW, &C. to 

enough, 7. 7. 54, al. & 

'Edpx w > a'pw, &c. to begin, 
c. gen. 7Trpo/3oX/oc, 6. 6. 15. 

*Eava'w, ai'J), 1 aor. tr)vr)t'a.=: 
taiia>, to c?ry i<p, wither up, 2. 
3. 16. 

'EavX/o/<at, iyonai, to leave 
one's quarters, 7. 8. 21. 

'Eet//, to #o ow, march out, 6. 
3.3. 

'E&trat, see tfeari. 

'EEXaurw, tA(t(Tw (a), &c. to 
c?n've ow^, sc."nrirov, ap/ia, TTO^O, 
orrparor, to raZe, d?-z'ue, wa/I', 
march out, 1. 2. 5, 10, 7. 7. 
7,11. 

'EfcXt'yxw, yw, strengthened 
for fXf'yxfa'j to search out, con- 
vict, with part. 2. 5. 27. 

'E&X/jXi/flwe, pf- part, of f'px- 



'Ef'p7rw, 1 aor. i^tipirvaa or 
ec<p\//a, to creep out, 7. 1. 
8. 

Ef'pyo|uai, t\ev<Topa.t, eX//Xu0n, 
to <7o owf, co/we ouf, go away ; 
of Time, to come to a ewe?, 
pass (prceterire), 7. 5. 4. 

*E(rrt, z'i z's allowed (licet), it is 
in one's power, it is possible, ! 
f. croi cn'Spi yei'ttrOat, 7. 1. 21 ; 
part, l^ov, used absolutely, it 
being possible, allowed, since 
it is, &c., 2. 5. 22, 6. 6, 3. 
1. 14; c'oi> role ftapftupoig 
^/Xovc tti'ett, 5. 6. 3. 

amine, review, 5. 4. 12, hence 
the subst. 

'EYa<rtc, wc, nf, H examination, 
inspection, review, iroielv, to 
bold a review, 1. 2. 9, 7. 2 ; 
also srotelffyat, 1. 2. 14, 7. 1. 



53 



IK TOV filffov, 1. 5. 14; retire 
from. 

Eo<)oe, ov, n (e, ococ), <z going 
or marching out, 7. 1. 9; a 
tt?ay or roac? out, 7. 4. 17 ; an 
expedition, a sally, 5. 2. 9, 
6. 2. 9. 

'Eov see teoTt. 



a barbarous form 
5. 6. 19, to contrive, devise, get 
ready. 

Euf/yt'ojum, {jiroftai, tj/^at, to Jc 
leader of, to lead the way, 
show, point out, nvi TI, 4. 5. 
28 ; to lead an army, 6. 6. 
34. 
*Ef/(cojTa, num. adj. indecl. sixty, 

2. 2. 6. 

'E/c<i;, i/w, fo 5e come or gone 
. o<, pres. with pf. signif. 6. 3. 

26. 

'Ei/crt'o//a, tojuat, Zyftai, 2 aor. 
flitcofjuji; to reach, arrive at, 
7. 7. 54, 1. 8. 19, 3. 3. 7, 4. 
4; eVt fipayv t'. #0, reocA c 
s/^orf distance, 3. 3. 17; c. gen. 

3. 3. 7. 



i, to put out, change, 
. intr. in pf. pip 2 aor., to afejfui 
osicZ<j /rot or out of the way, 



o7r\i', 'i7w, &c. (t, oxXt^w), 

to arm; Mid. to a?-/ oneself, to 

rush to arms, go forth armed, 

1.8.3,2. 1.2,3. 1.28. 

o7T\/(rm, ac, ?/ (t, o7rA.t'<u), a 

being under arms, iv rij e. 

under arms (in procinctu), 1. 

7. 10. 

aw, ^o-w, &c. (t', 6p/uaw), fr) 
forth, excite, stir up, 

rouse, e'sri optr^fv, 3. 1. 24 ; 

Mid. to set out Trfij, 5. 7. 17, 

2.4. 
'Eovor/a, ac, >/ (t'fcort), power, 

means, authority, 5. 8. 22. 
Ew (t), adv. without, outside 

(foris), 2. 5. 32, 7. 2. 29, c. 

gen. 1. 10. 6 ; out and away, 

2. 6. 3 ; sw fitXwv, out of 
shot, out of the reach of arrows, 

3. 4. 15; eE.wrf.pd), ewrdrw. 
Ewfl' (f.tbi\a.d.v. from ivithout, 

outside, c. gen. 3. 4. 21, 5. 7. 
21. 

EoiKn, 2 perf. of HKW, q. v. 

'Eoprij, rjc, >/ (Ion. opr>/, ^Eol. 
epor// ir. epoc, love), a feast, a 
festival, 5. 3. 11. 

Es-ayytXXw, tXa, &C. to <eZ/, 
command, rivi ; Mid. to offer 
one's services, 7. 1. 33, to y>ro- 
/m oneself willing, 4. 7. 20. 

ETTfiyw, aw, &c. to bring on 
(adducere), lead on, induce ; 
ov yttf> TTW J/70c avrw iiriJKTn, 
for no vote or decree had yet 
been made against him, 7. 7. 
57. 



54 



'EiraiVw, fffw better effoput, &c. 
Jo praise, commend, 1. 3. 7, 
4. 16 ; rivet eVt rift, 3. 1. 45; 
uXXa Tt)f fjtv af)V irpovoiav 
iiraivw, well, 1 am really much 
obliged to you for your con- 
siderate conduct, 7. 7. 52 ; to 
decline an offer urith thanks. 
, ov, o, praise, 5. 7. 33. 
, apw, &c. to lift up, 
raise, exalt, stir up, 5. 9. 21, 
7.7.25. 

'En-a/reoc, oc, ov (eiri, cur/a), 
blameable, blameworthy, 5. 1.5. 

'E,7raKo\ovdeti>, rjau, &c. to follow 
close upon or after, nvl, to 
pursue, 3. 2. 35. 

'ETTQCOUW, ovaofj.a.1, &c. <o listen 
or hearken to, to hear, 7. 1. 
14. 

'E^rai' (a) (= tiri'i, av), conjunc. 
whenever, as soon as, after, 
with conj. 1. 4. 13 ; ivav 
Ta\tvra, as soon as, the moment 
that, 4. 6. 9. 

'EjravamVw, revta, &C. (tV/, ova, 
Ttirw), to stretch out and hold 
up, rov rpa^nXot', 7. 4. 9. 

'Erra vu^utplu, i\aw, &C. to go 
back, retreat, retire, 3. 5. 
13. 

'Ejraj/tp^ojuai, cXevtrojuat, &c. 
(CTI, dra, cpxojuat), ^o come or 
.90 iacJfc, 7. 3. 4. 

"Kn-ai'w (a) (TT<, ai^w), above', iv 
rote cTTai'w fipnrnt, it has been 
previously stated, in the fore~ 
going narrative (ut supra 
dictum esf), 6. 1. 1. 



/o hold out as a threat, rt 
to threaten, nvi; to do, c. inf. 
5. 10. 7. 

'ErreyyeXaw, aowjuat (CTTI, eV, 
yeXaw), /o Zaw^rA a<, insult, 
nvi (irridere), 2. 4. 27. 



t VOL 

Ipu, eyepu, &c. to awaken, 
stir or rouse up, 4. 3. 10. 

i (iirl), conjunc. when, since, 
whereas, usually with ind , 
iirav takes conj., 1. 3. 6, 1. 
9. 7,4. 7.2,7. 6.22,3.1.31; 
in or. obi. opt. 5. 6. 30 ; eirti 
TIQ ctMKot, whenever anyone 
pursued, as often as (quoties), 
1. 5. 2. With particles eirtt^f) 
strengthened form of TT/, 
usually ind. 7. 7. 18; opt. 
in or. obi. 3. 5. 18; to ex- 
press repeated action, 4. 5. 8; 
ixetStj ye, since at least, 1. 9. 
24 ; eirti Trep and eireiSrj vep, 
since really, 2. 2. 10, 5. 38; 
ei y , 1. 3. 9, 6. 4. 26 ; 
iirei(){) becomes eTrtiSav with 
conj. 2. 3. 29, 5. 6. 19, 7. 1. 
6 ; 7rei ra^iirra, OS soon as, 
Lat. quum prinmm or sinml 
ac. 
.rrtlciov, see </>o/mo>, 3. 1. 13, 7. 

1. 30, 6. 31. 

jmyut (iiri, dpi), to be on or 
upon, 1. 7. 15. 

,7i-ip (iiri, i/u), to come upon, 
attack, 1. 2. 17, 7. 4, 10. 10 ; 
of things, to happen, 5. 7. 12 ; 
i)fj-tpn iiriovaa, the following 
day, 1.7. 2, 3. 4. 18; so , 
5. 2. 23, 7. 4. 14, to come on 
the stage, 6. 1. 11. 

.iretra (tni, tiro), adv. after- 
wards, thereafter, thereupon, 

2. 4. 5, 3. 1. 46; after d, 

surely, and emphatic, Si) 
, or Kai 3) TT. or KOI 
Tore TT. ; c rov tir. vpovo^, 
in after times, 2. 1. 17. 
TriKtiva, adv. (fV eKelva), on 
yonder side of, beyond (ultra), 
ot TT. Eu0(oarow, those beyond 
the Euphrates, ol CK row firi- 

, those beyond, 5. 4. 3. 



55 



t'w, dtvanfjai = E 
(ET/, :, 0w), to rua out 
against, 5. 2. 22. 
TTE'SE^J (fVt', E, Tf")> ^ 9 11 ^ 
against, proceed against, 6. 
3.4. 

\tvffop.at, &c. to 
owZ against, make a sally, 
5. 2. 7. 



or belonging to a march or ex- 

pedition ; TO. ETTEt. SC. Ifpa, 

sacrifices before marching, 6. 

5.2. 
'ETE'PO^UCH, lirfpytrofjiai, 2 aor. 

iiri)p6p.T)t', sometimes CTCE/PO/ICU, 

to ask, Ttva n, one about a 

thing, 3. 1. 6. 
'E.irtpxjop.a.1, eXevirofiai, &C. to 

come tt/jon, or to, 7. 8. 25. 
'E.irV)(OfjLai, evL,op(ii, evypai, to 

pray to, beseech, nva; eirtv^- 

a ^eroc, calling the gods to 

witness, 5. 6. 3. 
"ETTE^W, <pc(t> or Eirtff'xfitTw, &C. 

to Aofol, ep i, AoW oac^, 

sto/j, r;c Tropttac, 3. 4. 36 ; 

2 aor. 7ro-^ov. 
'En-/;*:ooc, oc, OP (ET*, acouw), 

listening, giving ear to; within 

hearing, within ear-shot, 2. 5. 

38, 3. 3. 1. 



'E;rt, prep., gov. gen., dat., ace., 
wpon : 1. GEN. on, upon, fVi 
rw^ aicpwv, 4. 6. 18 ; 7ri rijc 

. yijc, 3. 2. 19; E^' ITITWV, on 
horseback, 3. 2. 19 ; iv 
in Thrace, eV) Op^ci/c, o 
borders of Thrace ; as-iE 
cn-l 'lui'i ac, to ,90 azi'ay toivards 
Ionia, 2. 1. 3, 4. 7. 21, 6. 1. 
24 ; with cardinal numbers, 
&c., ?rt rrrdpwv, ybur rfeep, 
1. 2. 15; c0 cVoc, in single 
Jile, one by one, 5. 2. 6 ; tVi 



OKTW 7r\t'i'0wv, 7. 8. 14 ; eiri 
<pa\ayye Trapayiir, 4. 3. 26 ; 
</>' //x(i', i our fiwie, 1. 9. 12, 
but ^>' iipiv, in our power, 1. 
1. 4, 3. 1. 13, 5. 8. 17; l*i 
Kvpov, tinder Cyrus. 

2. DAT. of place answering 
to where or whither, at, in, 
near, on, iirt rjj ra^>pw, 1. 7. 
19 ; ETri TU a/kr/>w, 3. 4. 49 ; 
tVi raiq tti>\atf, 1. 4. 5 ; for 
an object or purpose, with a 
view to, 7ri 6avaru>, 1. 6. 10; 
7rt Tovroiq dvtffOai, with re- 
gard to this, in reference to 

this, 3. 5. 18 ; 7Tl TOVTtf 

E\-7r\j'/rr<T0a, to 06 surprised 
at this, 6. 1. 12; eV ayafl^J 
(coAfi^Etv, to punish for one's 
good, 5. 8. 18 ; TIME, in, on 
or a<, about, ijXiog ?}v eVi 
Svffpalc, the sun was close on 
setting, 7. 3. 34; tirl TU Tplry, 
at the third time, 2. 2. 4 ; 0* 
w and 9' Jre, c. inf. on 
condition that, 4. 4. 6, 6. 6. 
22. 

3. Ace. Motion to, to, upon, 
against, lirl n)v 'EAXaa, 3. 2. 
13; ITTI TO. OTrXa, 3. 1. 40; 
7ri ra op^, 4. 4. 15 ; iiri riva, 



against a person, 

2. 1. 4, 3. 21, \upi~ir, 4. 2. 15, 

irrpaTEVtadai, 1. 2. 2, 4. 3, 
llvai, 1. 3. 1 ; irt roy \6<f>ov, 
to the hill, on to, 3. 4. 41 ; fVt 
yil\ufyov, 3. 4. 25 ; 7ri irav 
\9tr, to venture on all, try 
everyway, 3. 1. 18; TIME, for 
orduring, iiri rpelg ii/jepag, 6.4. 
36; iir\ TO TTO\V, generally, for 
the most part, 3. 1. 42, 43, 3. 
4. 35 ; Vt lopv, towards the 
right, 4. 3. 29, for, inl dclir- 
rov vliMip efyipovTo, 7. 4. 3 ; 
typvyava. ffv\\lytiv iiri xvp, 4. 



3. 11 ; to, livai fVi rov dywva, 

3. 1. 22. 
'E7ri/3dXXw, /3aXw, &c. to throw 

or cas or j5Mf upon, eiriflefiXr)- 

pei'ot roor<u, archers with their 

arrows on the string, 4. 3. 28, 

5. 2. 12. 
'E7rt/3ojj0w, riffta, &c. (tV/, ftoij, 

6tw), to come to help, to help, 

nvi, 6. 5. 9. 
'ETTi/SovXtva;, tvffo), to plan or 

contrive against, ri Tin, -to 

plot against, nvi, to form some 

plot, ri, 1. 1. 3. 



rtva, 1. 1. 8 ; it Trtfiov\i)Q, 
from treachery, 6. 4. 7. 
'Ejriyiyi'o/ucu, yevrjcrnpat, &c. to 

come into being after, to come 

after, to come upon, fall upon, 

to happen, 3. 4. 25, 6. 4. 26. 
'ETTiypa^w, ypa\//w, &c. mark 

the surface, write upon, in- 

scribe, 5. 3. 5. 
'Eirtdcutvvjuc, 3<w, &c. to show, 

exhibit, display, 1. 2. 14, 5. 4. 

17, 6. 4. 4; show by words, 

1. 3. 13, 7. 4. 23; by deeds, 

3. 2. 26, 6. 4. 32. Mid. 1. 9. 

10, 2. 6. 27, 4. 6. 15. 

see e^opaw. 
wicw, ww, &c. to pursue 

after, 1. 10. 11. 
'E7rie'T7ro^cu, poet, for ttytiropai, 

to follow after, 4. 1. 6. 
'E7rt0aXarrtoc, oc, ov (eV/, 0a- 

Xarra), cZose on the sea, 5. 5. 

23. 
'E;r/0<nc, fwc, / (CTT/, r/0j/u), Ct 

laying on, an attack, 4. 4. 22, 

7. 4. 23. 
'ETTiflu^tw, ^irw, &c. (eV/, 6v/jtoc), 

to desire, long for, covet, TIVOQ, 

1. 9. 21, 3, 2. 39, 4. 1. 14; 

with inf. 1. 9. 12, 2. 6. 21, 5. 

9.21. 



ta, oc, >/, desire, 2. 6. 16. 
, oc, ov (eV/, :atpoc), 
in season, seasonable, suitable 
(opportunus), 7. 1. 6 ; 01 ITTIK. 
the head men, chief men, 7. 7. 
15. 

TTtKa^Trrw, /raju^w, KtKa^ipai, to 
bend in, wheel round, WQ tic 

KVK\UfflV, 1. 8. 23. 

Tm'arapp'iTrrt'w, -rjtTW, &C. and 
-p/Trrw, -p/^w, &c. to throw 
down upon, 4. 7. 13. 
TT/Kitjuaj Kf.lffopai, to lie upon, 
press upon a friend, MT^S, an 
enemy, attack, assault, nvi, 
4. 1. 16,4. 3. 7, 5. 2. 5. 
TrtiaV^wyoc, oc, ov, dangerous, 
1. 3. 19. 



a boy), to help, aid, rtri, 5. 8. 
21 ; to ward off from one, nvi 
rt, 5. 8. 25. 

aroc, TO 

, protection, yiovoc, against 
snow, 4. 5. 13. 

Trtk'part/a, ac, rj (tTrticpar^c), 
mastery, protection, power, 6. 
4. 4, 7. 6. 42^. 

, tcpii\}/M, &c. also Mid. 
to conceal, disguise, I. 1. 6. 

KfKvtya, '- 
, to bend or stoop over, 
4. 5. 32. 

TTtKUpOfc', Wfffc>, (^C. (CT/, K'VpfJW, 

Kvpos, power), to confirm, sanc- 
tion, ratify, 3. 2. 32. 
7rtXa/u/3ai'w, X^o^at, &c. to 
Zay JWe? o/", seize, attain, 
reach, 6. 5. 6; Mid. to lay 
hold of, rtvoc, 4. 7. 12, 13. 

avw, \tjrrtt), \f\r)da, Xe- 
, to wa^re to forget; Mid. 
to forget, rtroe, 3. 2. 25. 
tXtyw, Xe'^w, &c. to say t'n 
addition, to add, 1. 9. 26. 
i^w, &c. to 



E 7T I X K T S ETTtCTACOTTeft) 



57 



:, OC, OV (TTl, 

. swearing falsely, forsworn, 

perjured, 2. 6. 25. 
'EjrtTrapEiyui (eV/, Trapa, flpi}, to 

be present in the neighbourhood, 

3. 4.23.. 



behind, 1. 8. 18; to fail, be 

wanting (deficere), 1. 5. 6, 4. 

7. 1. 
'E-I/XEKTOC, oc, ov, chosen, picked; 

ol iwi\., picked men, 3. 4. 43, 

7.4. 11. 
'E/ri^aprvpojuaf, Dep. Mid. to ca^/ 

o as witness, appeal to, Qwvc, 

4.8.7. 
'En-t^a^oc, oc, ov, assailable, open 

to attack, 5. 4. 14. 
ETT^XEIO, ac, >/ (e/rijueAj/e), care, 

attention, diligence, 1. 9. 24. 
ETriyufXEO^tett, peXiiffo/jiat, 

Xjjy^at, also eirifieXonai, 

care of, have charge of, attend 

to, study, cultivate, rt'oc, 1. 8. 

21, 3. 2. 37, 5. 1. 7 ; to /ate 

care /^a/, ace. c. inf. or 6Vwc 

or we, 1. 1. 5, superintend, 4. 

8.25. 

ETTiyLtEXf/c, ?'/c, C ( >7r 'j ^f'Xoynai), 
careful, anxious, 3. 2. 30; 
Comp. -suTipof, Sup.-t'oraroc. 

ETTI^JEVW, jUEi'w, &c. to sto;^ ow, 
wait, <7Tf, 5. 5. 2. 

Eirip.iyvv/j.1 or j'vw, ^u'a, &C. to 
jnza; with, nvi n; Mid. to Aave 
intercourse with, vrpoc, 3. 5. 
16. 

IEW, '^<TW, &c. to ^ave in 
e's mtraeZ, <Am^ on or o/, r, 

2. 5. 4, 3. 1. 6. 

irtOp/CEW, Op>'J)TW, tolpKTjKa, tO 

swear falsely by, fcouc, 2. 4. 7; 
forswear oneself, 2. 6. 22, 7. 

6. 18, 3. 1. 22. 

to, ac, / (fTt'j op/coc), a 
oa/A, perjury, 2. 5. 21, 

3. 2. 4. 



(iiri, Trapa, tlpi), to 
march on high ground parallel 
with one beloiv, 3. 4. 30, 6. 3. 
19. 

n-tTT/Trrw, -jreaovfiai, weVTWica, 
2 aor. iirlneaov, to fall upon, 
attack, rii'i, 1. 8. 2, 6. 3. 3 ; 
of snow, to fall, 4. 4. 11. 
TTiTroXu, adv. for tVl iroXu, very 
/a?-, /or a to^ distance, 1. 
8.8. 

n-tVovoc, oc, or (eVi, TTOI'OC), 
painful, toilsome, laborious, 1. 
3. 19 ; of omens, portending 
suffering, 6. 1. 23. 
TrtjOp/Trrw, p'/w w, &c., some make 
i-mppiirrita, -^<rw, to throw at, 
5. 2. 23. 

TT/ppuroc, oc, OP (eV/, pew),' 
flowing, flowed- upon, well- 
watered, 1. 2. 22, Lat. ir- 



, w, to //? />, /t7e a 
toad w/jo/i ; (n-Trov, to saddle, 
3.4.35. 



Vjjc, ouc, o (f' rt '> ffflt' 
Episthenes, from Amphipolis 
in Thrace, 1 . 10. 7, 4. 6. 1 ; 
also an Olynthian, 7. 4. 7. 

E;ri<7r'o^eu, itrofini or tovpat 
(ejrt, o-troc), to furnish oneself 
with food, to procure pro- 
visions, 1. 5. 4, 3. 4. 18, 1. 4. 
19. 

'ETTzo-trto-^oCj ov, 6 (ETTJ, fflroc), O 
furnishing oneself with pro- 
visions, foraging, a stock 
of provisions, 1. 5. 9, 7. 1. 
9. 

see 



), to ^e^ ready, prepare, 
repair, vaov, 5. 3. 13. 
rnffKOTr t'a), (TKe\l/ofiai, tffKtpfiat, 
to look upon, inspect, 2. 3. 2, 
consider, reflect. 



ow, tnrdaw, &c. to draw, 
pull to, drag after, 4. 7. 14. 
'En-t'orayuat, 7rtor//<7O/iai (ET'J 
torajuai), impf. fjTrtffrapijr, 1 
aor. j/7ri(rr//0?j' and rririaTua- 
Oi/i', to know, understand, 1. 
3. 12. 

*E7Ti'flTU<riC, WC, '/ (fT'j " taTr ll Jii \ 

a stopping, halting, a halt, 2. 

4.26. 
'ETTtorart'u;, to be an en-tffrarT/e, 

Aaye charge or care of a thing, 

to exercise command, 2. 3. 

11. 
'ETTtarfXXw, ffrfXw, &c. to sencZ 

to, send information, to enjoin, 

command, TIVL TI, 5. 3. 6, 7. 6. 

44. 
*E7ri<m//ujj, r/e, / (cTrtora/uai), 

acquaintance, knowledge, un- 

d&rstanding. 
'E7ri<rr//^wv, wv, oy, g. ovog (cTriV- 

ra/.icu), tvise,prudent, skilled in, 

acquainted with, rtvoe, 2. 1. 7. 
'E;riffroX;, i;e, ty (ejriore'XXw), a 

Zetter, 1. 6. 3. 
*Ejriorpare/a, ae, >; (CJT/, trrpa- 

T/a), a march or expedition 

against one, 2. 4. 1. 
'ETTiffrparfuw, ivffio, &c. to march 

against, make war on, nvi or 

eV/ rtra, 2. 3. 19. 
'ETTtff^orrw, w, or fViir^a^w, ^a, 

to ^z7/, />ui to death, slaughter 

over or W/KW, nva nvt, 1. 8. 

29. 
'ETrtrarrw or raffffw, raw, &c. 

to se< over, enjoin, order, rl 

TIVI, order, nvi, c. inf. one to 

do, 2. 3. 6, 7. 6. 14 ; to pZace 

behind or neatf, n'd rt^*, 6. 

5.9. 

'EjTtrfXEW, (TW, &C. (tT/, riXf'w), 

to complete, finish, accomplish, 
fulfil, perform, 4. 3. 13. 

a, ov (fiTrtrijBf'c, adv. 



fittingly, iirl rah, like tdoneus, 
fr. zWeo, Butt.), suitable, proper, 
2. 3. 11, 7. 7. 2, 2. 5. 18; 
necessary, TO. iirir. the neces- 
saries of life, provisions, 2. 3. 
26,27,7.6.29. 

'EiirtTiOrifjii, titjaw, &C. to 7?M^, 
/a^, place on or %, to impose, 
inflict, ciKrjv TIVI, 1. 3. 20, 5. 
6. 34 ; Mid. to fall upon, 
attack, rtri, 2. 4. 3, 3. 4. 1. 

'ETTtroTToXu, adv. for TT TO woXw, 
in general, for the most part, 
commonly, 3. 1. 42. 

'ErrirpfVw, rpf'^w, &c. to entrust 
to, Ttfi TI, 5. 9. 31, 1. 9. 8 ; 
(ETrirpeVojitat r, / am entrusted 
with a thing] to command, TIVU 
iroiilv TI, 6. 5. 11 ; permit, 
Suffer, ovdtvi tlt'ai MIKM, 3. 2. 
31 ; to give up, rt TLVI c. iuf. 
1. 2. 19, 2. 4. 27. 

'E7rirpf')(</i, Optional, &c. to rwn 
io, a^, wjoo?, to ma^e a sudden 
attack, 4. 3. 31. 

'ETrtrvyxayw, ruo/ia, &c. to 
/z^Ai or fall upon, meet with, 
Tin', 1. 9. 25, 3. 4. 18 ; ru/oe, 
to AzY, reach, gain ; 6 iiriTv- 
XMV, the first one meets, any- 
one. 

'ETTI^U/I'OJUCH, ^avovyuat, &c. to 
appear, 3. 3. 6, 4. 13. 

'ETrt^f'pw, 7roi<Tu>, &c., to bring, 
put, lay upon; Mid. to rsA 
upon, attack, TIVI, 1. 9. 6 ; 
6'rai' QaXarra peya\T) 7r0pj)- 
rai, whenever a great sea 
strikes against the ship, 5. 8. 
20. 

'E;ri00'yyo^cu, fyopat, &C. to 
5ouwci f/je charge, 4. 2. 7, 
proper reading is i</>0eyaro. 

'E7rt^opw, JJITW, &c. to ^9M< U/JOW, 
y^v iiruj)., 3. 5. 10. 

'ETrt'xapt?, if, i, gen. -Kroc (?r/, 



) phasing, agreeable, TO 
(suavitas), suavity, 

pleasantness of manner, 2. 6. 

12 ; Comp. t 

Superl. 

w, //aw, &c. (eiff, 
one's ^an^ to, attempt, 

xaiiii', 3. 5. 3 ; /3a\/\eii/, 6. 4. 

7; liopvTTeif, 7. 8. 13; aTm- 

j'fti, 5. 2. 5 ; ^tw/v-fiv, 3. 4. 27, 

4. 3. 25; Xe'ym', 5. 6. 34; 
apTrativ, 6. 4. 6 ; fXtvfapoi 
yiyvfffOut, 7. 7. 29. 

Trt^tw, x w & c ' powr I'M, 
4.5.27. 

7rixwpo>, //<rw, &c. to advance, 
1. 2. 17. 

iri\l/r)<f>iw, tfftit Att. id/, to put 
to the vote (in&ufiraqia mittere), 

5. 1. 14, 5. 6. 35; Mid. to 
decree, confirm by vote, ravra, 
7. 6. 14. 

iruiKofoflfti), 1]ITU,&C. (tTt, OIKOC, 

, to Juz'W wjoon, 3. 4. 11. 
and viit, 0/jLovp.at, &c. 
to swear] tiro jjuoactlirf, he 
said upon oath, 7. 8. 2. 
jrrd, seven ; &rnncal2tfM, seven- 
teen ; tTroKofftot, seven Awra- 



'E7ruaa, T;C, '/> Epyaxa, queen 

of Cilicia, wife of Syennesis, 1. 

2. 12. 
*Epa/iu, poet, for epaw, IpaaQif 

ffopui, T/joaffyuat, to tore, be fond 

of, irailoG, 4. 6. 3. 
}Lpyaopni, aavficu, e'ipyaafiai 

(tpyuv}, to work, till, 2. 4. 

22, to cfo, ^wpav KUKOV, 5. 6. 

11, two ace. 
*Epyo>', ou, ro, a work, tpyw 

iirtStiKrv-o KCU t\fyef t he 

showed both in deed and in 

word, 1. 9. 10. 
*Epe7', see iiino. 

E'WC, o, a native of 



59 



Eretria, a city in Euboea, 7. 
8.8. 

pTffjila, ac, i) (epijjuoc), a desert, 
solitude, 2. 5. ft. 
pj^c, oc, ov and 17, ov, lonely, 
desert, desolate ; ottriwi', V^l- 
o< houses, 7. 1. 24, hence 
Eng. eremite, hermit. 

pTj/io'w, to<rw (ejo/yK0J, to (7e- 

prive, 1. 3. 6. 



to strive, dispute, quarrel, 1. 2. 
8, 4. 7. 12. 

pifystoc, oc, OK, o/*a jfcu?, lpi(poc y 
4. 5. 31. 



cwr?/), aw interpreter, 4. 5. 34, 
2. 3. 17, 4. 2. 18. 

vtt), tvfftti ('Ep^^c, Mer- 
cury'), to interpret, 5. 4. 4. 
o^icu, Tjffo/jai, 2 aor. ^pd^iijr, 
torts/C-,5.9. 13,7.2.19, 3. 1.7. 
c, >?, oy, P- p. from 
, in good health, stout, 
Comp. -iartpos Sup. -e'oraroc, 
resolute, 3. 1. 42; adv. tjop'w- 
pivuf;, in great strength, 6. 1. 
6. 

k-w, ww, to AoW iacir, ward 
off, impede, 3. 1. 25. 

, aroc, ro (ipvvpai), a de- 
fence, fortification, stronghold, 
1. 7. 16, 2. 4. 22, 4. 5. 9. 
juu^a^oc, or Eupii/io^oc, Enry- 
machus,a. Dardanian, 5. 6. 21. 
pu^voc, //, ov (f'puo^aj), forti- 
fied, TCI tpvpva, strong positions, 
5. 7. 31. 

\b\vda, 2 
contr. ^\0o>', to 
^0, come, tig Xoyovc, 2, 5. 4 ; 
?ri fi&fjidv, 1. 6. 7 ; Trapa nvo, 
1. 4. 3 ; Trpoc riva, 1. 1. 10; 
626v, 2. 2. 10 ; aruS^vc, 4. 7. 
19; a.<f>aipntTi'>fJii'oi,7. 1.28 ; (Ic 
, 3. 2. 11. 



60 



"E pas Euepyer 0) 



, wrop, 6 (e'paw), love, 2. 
5. 22. 

w, TJTW, &c. to ask, Ttva. 
TI, 3. 1. 7, 4. 4. 17. 



qe, jjroc, ty (eVrv/ii), dress, 
clothing, 3. 1. 19, 4. 3. 25, 7. 
4. 18. 

iw, eoo/iat, o"jc)o<ea, e2jo/*cu 
and E&ficaiicu, 2 aor. e'^uyov, 
to eoJ, oA/yov, 4. 8. 20. 

'Effjre'pa, ae, ^, evening (Lat. 

vespera), airo l<T7rf'pac, a/ite/' 

evening, at nightfall, etc, TOOC 

Emrepat', toivards evening, west- 

. wards, 3. 5. 15 ; hence 

'EffTTtptrot, ft/i/, ot, Ae Hesperitce, 
a people in Armenia, 7. 8. 25. 

"EffTs (ec, ore) Lat. usque, even 
to, 4. 5. 6. Conj. until with 
ind. 2. 5. 30, 3. 1. 28 ; with 
opt. 1. 9. 11, 5. 5. 2, eW civ 
with conj. 4. 5. 28, 5. 1. 4 ; 
so long as, with ind. 3. 1. 19 ; 
opt. 3. 3. 5. 

*E(T^aroc, 05, ov and 77, ov (e = 
outermost), last, 1. 2. 10 ; 
severest, eiiuj, 6. 4. 15; rfi 
tir^ara Trair^etv, Ae severest 
punishment, 2. 5. 24 ; aiKi^ear- 
6ai, 3. 1. 18; adv. ia\aru>f, 
exceedingly, 2. 6. 1. 

*Eirw0ei', from within, TO t. the 
inner wall, 1. 4. 4. 

'Eraipa, ae, //, a female com- 

. panion, a harlot, 4. 3. 19, 30, 
5.4.33. 

'Era7/>oe, ou, o, a companion, 4. 
8.27. 

'Ereoviicoe, ov, o (erect, true, viKt], 
victory}, Eteonicus, a Lacedae- 
monian, 7. 1. 12, 20. 

"Erepoc, a, ov (comp. of etc), Lat. 
alter, the other, one of two, 6 
irtpog rpv trtpov Trniet, the one 
strikes the other, 5. 9. 5 ; 6 



/lev erepoe 6 ^e XOITTOC, 4. 1. 

23. 
En, adv. still, yet, as yet, irptie 

ft e'rt, besides, further, 3. 2. 2 ; 

en 2e, 3. 1. 23, 6. 4. 13, OVK 

'in, no more, not at all, 1. 7. 

18. 
Eroejuoe, ;, ov and oc ov, ready, 

prepared ; xprj/uaro, ready 

money, 7. 8. 11, ortv a?i(cetr, 

5. 9. 2 ; adv. trot'^we, 2. 5. 2, 

5. 7. 4. 

eoc, ro, a year, IKO.UTOV 
every year, 5. 3. 13 ; pi. 

tr?;, years. 

Ew, adv. well, opp. to KQKWC. 
Ei/Satynovt'a, ag, /;, prosperity, 

good fortune, 2. 5. 13. 
Ei/^fttjuovt'^w, tiro*, to call or 

reckon happy, 2. 5. 7, 1. 7. 3. 
Ev3a/i6vwc, adv. from 
Ev^cu'/uwv, wv, ov, gen. ovoc (ev, 

dalptovy, happy, fortunate, 

prosperous, wealthy, 1. 2. 6, 

5. 7, 5. 6. 25, 4. 32. 
EW<$/J\OC, oc, ov (tv, (iii\og), quite 

clear, euSj\ov i)t> ort, 3. 1. 2, 

5. 6. 13. 
EvSi'a, a, >/ (ew, Acdc, gen. of 

Zeue), /atr weather, a calm, 5. 

8. 19. 
Euet^c, ?C, e'c (eu, eTSov, 2 aor. of 

6f)aw), handsome, good-look- 
ing, 2. 3. 3. 
Ewe/Wic, if, t, gen. i^oc (^w, 

e\7rt'c), o/ ^oocZ /jqpe, hopeful, 

2. 1. 18. 
Ei/eTT/flerof, oc, ov (ev, TT/, Ttdrj^i), 

easy to set upon or attack, 

exposed, i]v TO'IQ TroXe^tojc, ^e 

enemy could easily attack 

them, 3. 4. 20. 
Euepyeff/a, etc, >/ (f w, e'/jyov), ^ooc? 

service, kindness, irpuitaOat, 7. 

7. 47, 2. 6. 27. 
Ei/epyere'w, ?j(rw (ev, epyov), to do 



61 



good, show kindness to, 2. 6. 
17, hence 

, ov, 6, a benefactor, 2. 
5. 10, 7. 7. 11. 

u^wi'oc, of, f v (tu, ^wyrj), ?eZZ- 
girdled, active, Lat. expeditus, 
light-armed, 4. 2. 7, &c. 

, at, }j, silliness, ab- 
surdity, 1. 3. 16, from 

, TJC, EC (EV, ?'/0oc), sz7(y. 
vfo'we, adv. from tvdvc, directly, 
immediately. 



cheerful, enjoy oneself, 4. 5. 
30. 



oc, ov , i'^ioc 

cheerful, in good spirits, 3. 1. 

41. 
i/fluc, adv. immediately of time, 

tvflv, of place, straight, tvtivv 

TraTcfc OITEC, eve/i from boy- 

hood, 1. 9. 4, Lat. a pueris, 

SO EC Tra/Cwr, 4. 6. 14. 

(tuWuc), adv. straight 

on, 2. 2. 16. 

vXeia, ac, / (t?, vX/oc, glory), 

good fame, glory, 7. 6. 32. 

ou, 6 (tw, fc-Xf'os), "- 

elides, a seer, son of Cleagoras 

from Phlius, 7. 8. 1. 

, adv. fr.t.vK\ti'ic, famous, 

glorious, 6. 1. 17. 
v/ivj;e, >/C C (fv, ^'OC, eoc, TO, 
force), well-disposed, favour- 

able, friendly, 4. 6. 12. 



/p), manageable, 2. 6. 20. 
Euvoia, ac, // (EV, vowc), good- 

will, kindness ; rdii' 'EXX^rwv 

evfota, good-will to the Greeks, 

4. 7. 20. 
Eii'o'kwc, adv. E^OIEV avrw, 

might be well disposed towards 

him, 1. 1. 5. 
Eviooc, oc, ov, contr. IVVOVQ, 



u-ell-disposed, kind, nvi, 2. 4. 
16, 3. 3. 2, 7. 2. 31. 
i/fcji'ot-, oe, ov (it>, eVoc), ^os- 
pitable, IXovroc, the Pontus 
Euxinus, the Euxine or Black 
Sea, formerly called "A&ivoc 
or'^^voe (a priv. eVoc), in- 
hospitable, 4. 8. 22. 

uc, i we, 6 (tv, 6t6c), Euodeus, 
a captain, 7. 4. 18, sometimes 
Euocmc or 'Evo<5/'ac. 

Euo2oc, oc, ov (ev, 6Soc), easy to 
travel through, practicable, 4. 
2. 9, 4. 8. 10; } re av tvo^oi' 
p, wherever it is easy to ascend, 
4. 8. 12, 10. 

EuoTrXoc, oc, ov ( ev, orrXov), well- 
armed, 2. 3. 3. 

WC, adv. (t5, TrtVrw), easily, 
without trouble, 2. 5. 23. 
i/JTOflta, ac, ;, aw eas^ way, 
facility for going, 7. 6. 37. 

uTTOpOC, OC, OV (lU, TTOjOOc), CttSy 

to pass, 3. 5. 17, easy, 6. 3. 
18, 6a<Jc, 2. 5. 9. 

roc, oc, ov (tu, 
eas# to ie c?o?je, 2. 3. 20. 

Ei/7rp7r?;c, JJC, *c (EW, 

good-looking, beautiful, 4. 1. 14. 
Eu7rpfiffo2oc, oc, ov (tw, Trpoc, o^o'c), 

accessible, 5. 4. 30. 

a, aroc, ro (tvpiffnw), a 
piece of good luck, a godsend, 
windfall', inoirjaafjiqv, I con- 
sidered it a piece of good luck, 
2. 3. 18. 

Up//<TW, EVpT)Ka, EVpT]fiai, 

2 aor. tvpov, 1 aor. pass, tu- 
pltirfv, to find, find out, 4. 4. 
13, 5.8.22,2. 3. 21; Mid. to 
/mrf /or themselves, 2. 1. 8, 7. 
1.31. 

poc, foc> TO (tupi/c), breadth, 
$vo TrXiOpa, 1. 2. 5; ir\l6pov, 
1. 4. 10; without the art. 



62 



OQ </pOC ItXtdpOV, 1. 4. 4, 

2. 23, 2. 4. 12; with the art. 

o'twpuxfC, 1. 7. 15 ; ra^poc, 1. 

7. 14; rfI X oe, 3. 4. 11, 2. 4. 
. 25, 7. 8. 14. 
EupuXoxoc, ou, o (tupuc, Xoxoe), 

Eurylochus, a hoplite from 

Lusi, a town in Arcadia, 4. 2. 

21, 7. 11, 7. 1. 32, 6. 40. 
Eupu/uax"C, ou, 6 (eupuc, fi'tX 1 ?)? 

Eurymachus or Erymachus, 

5. 6. 21. 
Eupwc, e?a, v, adj. i0?'c?e, broad, 4. 

5.25.. 



Europe, 7. 1. 27. 
EwroKToc, e, ov (eu, ro 

well-arranged, in good order ; 

Comp. eura/n-ortooue, more 

orderly, 3. 2. 30 ; adv. eu- 

rcucrwc, 6. 4. 35. 
Eura/a, ac, '/ (tu, rd<r<rw), ^oo<? 

order, discipline, 1. 5. 8, 3. 1. 

38. 
EiVro\fJ.og, OQ, or (eu, roXfin, 

daring), brave, courageous, 1. 

7.4. 



evrv- 

aor. evTv^riffa (EW, 
r ''X l ')> * ^ fortunate, suc- 
cessful^ 1. 4. 17 ; tvrv^TjtKt, 
they luckily met with this piece 
of good fortune, 6. 1. 5. 
urw^ta, ac, // (tw, rw^ 1 ?)? 



, ou, r, the river Eu- 
phrates, 1.4. 11,4.1.3,1.7.15. 
u^J/, nc, j, prayer, a wish, 1. 
9. 11. 

utorial, i)v/p.at, impf. 

, to pray, ijv, 1. 9. 11; 
avrov fvrv\fjffai, 1. 4. 17 ; to 
vow, 3. 2. 9,4. 8. 16,4. 3. 13. 
/w?f/c, >;c, ce (e5, o;w), sweet- 
sinelling, fragrant, on-oe, 4.. 4. 
9, 5. 4. 29. 



'E0O/OOCO) 

' ' f r 

Jfitl'VftOC, Of, Of \tV, 

of good name, lucky, euphe- 
mistic term for apivrfpa, on 
the left hand: the left, being 
unlucky, was avoided in 
writing and speaking, 1. 8. 4, 
9,23. 

_E'W, Jjffw, &c. (EU, X W )> ^ 
entertain, feast, 4. 5. 30, 5. 3. 11. 

vw^ia, ac, >/ (EU, EX <I ')J ^ feast 
or entertainment, 5. 9. 4. 

tycfyoCi w, 6 (en-t, ^pa, a seaf), 
a third combatant who szYs by 
to fight the conqueror, an 
avenger, 2. 5. 10. 



/ow, pursue, 3. 4. 3, 6. 3. 11, 
4. 6. 25, 1. 6, ?. 2. 12. 
^'irtoe, a, or, of or belonging to 

fdoc, ou, >;, Ephesus in Asia 
Minor, 2. 2. 6, 5. 3. 4, 6, 8. 

9c'c,i, '' (i\l/di),boiled,5.4:. 32. 

irjfju, iiffut, &c. Mid.e'ip/f 
allow^ 6. 4. 31, al. vi 



(tirl, i<rr^jut) ^ 
fo 7/ia^e fo AaZ^, 1. 8. 15, 
to be supplied ; to seZ over, ap- 
point, 3. 3. 20, 4. 21; rpo/pet 
rt^n, 5. 1. 15, 16; Pass, to 
stand by or wrar, 4. 7. 9, 5. 8. 
9, 1. 4. 4 ; to stop or /m/, 1. 

5. 7, 2. 4. 26, 5. 4. 34, tytn- 
Ti'iKet, pip. as pass, was set 
over, 6. 3. 11. 

^uipio/', ou, TO (fVt, ococ), s?/p- 
j?/iVs for travelling, travelling 
expenses, 7. 3. 20, 8. 2; Lat. 
viaticum. 

^oroc, ou, >/ (tTrt, 6?oc), a/J- 
proach, ETTI roi' Xofoi', 3. 4. 
41, 4. 2. 6, 2. 2. 18, 3. 1. 
rfopdw, ETTo\l/o/j.at, i(f>e<j>pa.Ka, 2 
aor. eVet^oi', fo oversee, or 
simply /oo& upon, to behold, 

6. 1. 14,7. 6. 31, 3. 1. 13. 



, {]rru>, &c. to /tie a 
anchor opposite a place, 7. 6. 25. 

'E^>opoc, ov, 6 (eVt, opati>), an 
overseer ; at Sparta ot tfyopot, 
the Ephors, five .men who 
controlled even the kings, 2. 6. 
3. 

"Exflpa, e, ; (^X^ e )> enmity, 
ill-will, 2. 4. 11. 

'Ex#poe, pj pov (e^Goe, hatred, 
t), hostile; subst. an enemy 
(Lat. inimicus), 1. 3. 12, 20; 
ot fKfii'ov e^Oiirrot, his bitterest 
enemies, 3. 2. 5. 

'Ej(wp'Jtj a, oV (ex w )> strong, 2. 
5. 7, 7. 4. 12. 

or fT\{jmo, 'ia-^riKa, 
i, itnpf. il^or, 2 aor. 
(ffxw, <rx<V> ayjs, 
o'xw*'), 1 aor. pass. 
, to have, hold, possess, 
5. 4. 15, &C. ; dvyarepa, to 
have for a wife, 3. 4. 13, E'XWI', 
with, 1. 1. 2, 2. 3, &c. pi. 1. 
5. 8 ; t^opey da\a.TT(tr, we 
have reached the sea, 5. 1. 2 ; 
t'xoj'rat ot avOpMiroi, the in- 
habitants are kept prisoners, 
7. 3. 47 ; avayKri t-%ff6ai, to 
be held down by necessity, 2. 
5. 21 ; to restrain, 7. 1. 20 ; 
to prevent, rov ju>) KaraSvvat, 
3. 5. 11; lying, 7. 8. 21; OVK 
il^ny eupeti', they could not 
find, 3. 2. 12, .2. 2. 11, 7. 6. 
39 ; with adverbs aXXwc f xerw, 
/e< tV ie settled otherwise, 3. 2. 
37; KaXwc, rt is well, 4. 3. 16; 
KitKoif, 1. 5. 16, our a/airs 
proving adverse', d<r0aXwc, all 
is safe, 4. 3. 27 ; tvyokwc, 1. 
1.5; e'rrt'^we, 2. 1. 7 ; 0ap- 
paXe'wc, 2. 6. 14 ; aOvpuc, 3. 
1. 3 ; TroXf piKiac, 5. 9. 1 ; 
raura ourwc ^X t '^ ese things 



stand in this position, this is 
the position of affairs, 1. 3. 9, 
6. 3. 15, &c. ; 7/Ttp /x<>'', in 
which they were, lit. in which 
they had themselves, 2. 2. 21 ; 
<3<77rep tl\fi', just as he was, 
4. 1. 19 ; a/jL<f>i rt 'x f( '' to be 
engaged in anything, 7.2. 16 ; 

t-)(Op,tV J/pTTUCOrff, 1. 3. 14, 3. 

4. 14,4.7. 1,7. 7. 27; X o- 

^ei'oe, fttfatf, 1. 8. 4, 9 ; xo/^at 

rtrde, to /ay ^o/a" of, 7. 6. 41 ; 

r;c ffwrjjpt'ac, to ie toj^era up 

with the common safety, 6. 1. 

17. 

j/Tjroe, ^, ov, boiled, 2. 3. 14. 

from 

i//w, e\l/riau), e\^r)k'a (lenis), r/^"J- 

)uat, and e\^nfj.ai, to boil. 

udei> (EWC), m <Ae morning, 4. 

4. 8, 6. 1. 23. 

"Ewe, (', ace. EW or wr, >/, 
morning, 2. 4. 24, 4. .3. 9, 
1. 7. 1 ; rrpoe w, towards the 
east, 3. 5. 15, 5. 7. 6. 

"Ewe, conj. so long as, while, 
until, with ind. 1. 3. 11, 2. 
6. 2, 3. 4. 49, 4. 8. 8, with 
subj. and ai', 1. 4. 8, 3. 1. 43, 
6. 1. 14, with opt. 2. 1. 2, 6. 
3.25. 



Za/3roe, ov, o, the river Zab in 

Assyria, flowing into the 

Tigris, 2. 5. 1. 
Zaw, ^rjffia, er/Ka, to live, inf. 

C^, 3. 2. 39, 5. 9. 1. 
Ztta, oc, fj, spelt, Lat. far, a 

kind of grain, 5. 4. 27. 
Zetpa, ac, ^, a mantle, 7. 4. 4. 

'w, T;TW (^wyoc, a yoke, 
vrw), to rfnV a yoAre of 



6 4 



oxen, 5. 9. 8 ; 

6, the driver, 5. 9. 8. 

vyvv/ii, euw, 2uy/iat, 2 aor. 

pass, t^vyTJv, to join, attach, 3. 

5. 10, 5. 9. 8 ; yttyvpa itvy- 

pivri TrXo/ote, a bridge made of 

boats, 1.2. 5, 2.4.24,2.4.13. 
c, foe, ro (Cfvyw/ut), a yoke 

of oxen, horses, or mules, 5. 

9. 8, 7. 5. 2, 4, 3. 2. 27. 

WC, Atdc, <', Jupiter, o-wrijp, 3. 

2. 9, 4. 8. 25 ; V t oc, 3. 2. 4 ; 

/3a<\vc, 5. 9. 22, 7. 6. 44 ; 

fitiXi-^wg, 7. 8. 4 ; ace. A/a, 

voc. Ztw, hence Jupiter=Ztve 

irarijp. 
ZijXupxoc, ov, 6 (j/\of, apx?), 

Zelarchus, a market superin- 
tendent, 5. 7. 24. 
Zj/Xwroc, i/, ov (^TjXow, jjf\oe, 

zea/, fc'w, to 5ojZ), enviable ; 

ro7e O'IKOI, envied by those at 

home, 1. 7. 4. 
Zr)/j.i6(a, tovta, &c. (i}ju(a, loss), 

to punish, 6. 2. 11. 
Zfirf'w, J/ITW, &c. to sc^, ask for, 

2. 3. 2, inf. 5. 4. 33. 
Zv/jlrr)!; aproc ( ^vp.r\, leaven, iit>, 

to boil), leavened bread, 7. 3. 

21. 
Zwypt'w, ?7Vw, &c. (^wo'c,- oypa, 

booty), to take alive, take 

prisoner, 4. 7. 22. 
Zwr/j, 770, /y (^wVj'v^t), a girdle, 

1. 6. 10 ; tte (t*njv t for girdle 

money, pin-money, 1. 4. 9. 
Zwoc, 17, o^ (<T" W )) a^ye, living, 

3. 4. 5. 



II 



"II, or, Lat. aut, interrog. an, 
and after comp. quam: 7j, (1) 
adv. truly, Lat. rero ; (2) in- 
terrog., Lat. an or num ; (3) 



for "ttyri, from 17/11 ; (4) for to., 1 
sing. impf. of et/it ; p, 3 sing. 
pres. conj. of ei^t ; >/, fern, of 
art. (i, fi, TO ; ij, fern, of rel. oe, rj, 
o ; y, dat. sing. fern, of rel. or 
poss. pron. oc> ij, or, his, 
usually adv. where, 3. 4. 37, 
&c. ; with sup'erl. jj icvvaro 
ra^iaru, as quickly as possible, 
1. 2. 4, &c. ; so >; ^wi^arov 
HaXiara, 1. 3. 15; } Taxff7"a, 
6. 3. 13. 

f H/3o<T*.w, >//3//(Tw (r//3r, youth), to 
come to mail's estate, be a man, 
4. 6. 1. 

'Hyt/uoi'/a, ac, 7; (j/yjuwv), cowi- 
mand, 4. 7. 8. 



, thank-offering^ for 

safe conduct, 4. 8. 25. 
'Hyfyuwi', crop, 6 (;yoyuai), a 

leader, guide, 1. 3. 14, 16, 17; 

ri/c ooi, 3. 1. 2- 
'Hye'o/uat, -i]rup.ai, ijyrjpai (ayw), 

to Zead fAe M?a^, rtr/, 4. 6. 2, 5. 

4. 20 ; nvt r^ v boor, 5.4.10; ic, 
6.3.1,7.1.33; Trpot-,4.2.2. o 
//y^ffoyufvoc ou^ic tarat, there 
will be no one to guide, 2. 4. 5, 
ro ffyov/jei'ov, the van, 2. 4. 
26 ; to suppose, believe, con- 
sider, TTWC /uya iiyov, how 
important you considered it, 
with inf. 7. 7. 27, 5. 4. 20, 
1. 2. 4, 5. 9. 18. 

Hyj/o-ai'Spoc, ov, 6 (i/yto/uai, 
di'TJp), Hegesander, a captain, 
6. 1. 5. 

HSf'wc, adv. from /ouc, gladly, 
cheerfully, with pleasure, 
agreeably, 4. 3. 2, 1. 9. 19, 2. 

5. 15. C. ijSiov, S. ifiurTa. 
Ho/7, adv. /low?, already, Lat. 

j;^j, pip. of olca), rae J2^ 
, the ready chastise- 
ments, 7. 7. 24. 



HfJLLO-V? 



65 



, 1 aor. jjtrdtjv 
c, >/<?<), take delight in, 
be pleased with, rewrote, 1 . 9. 
26, tTnrw, 7. 8. 6; tfaOri iciov, 

1. 2. 18. 

'H^oi'jj, j/c, y (f^vc), sweetness, 

pleasure, 2. 3. 16, 4. 4. 14. 
'H<$voti'oc, oc, ov (/o"vc, olvoc), 

producing sweet wine, 6. 2. 6. 
'Hvc, fta, v.Comp. ijciwv, Superl. 

fjciffroc, late fjcvrepoc, sweet, 

pleasant, agreeable, Kpea, 1.5. 

3 ; ol^oe, 1. 9. 25, 6. 2. 4, 5. 

8.26. 
7 Ht7T0, where, by the same road 

as, 4. 2. 9. 

"th'tora, adv. from %KO, by no 
, means, not in the least, 1. 9. 

19. 
"Hicw, TJU, I am come, perf., 

Lat. veni ; tp-^opai is the pres. 

/ am coming ; imp. %KOV, 

used as aor. 2. 5. 6, 1. 2. 6, 

2. 1. 9, 15, 3. 

'IlXtToc, a, ov, of or belonging to 
Elis in the Peloponnesus, 
Elean, 3. 1. 34. 



tract), amber, in 2. 3. 15, 
probably the metal compound 
of gold and silver called elec- 
tmm, because yellow like 
amber. 

'H\//3aroc, oc, or (i']\ioc, /3ati'w; 
Butt, for jJXtrd/Sarof, aXirtir, 
to slip, and /3cuVw), high, 
steep, 1. 4. 4. 



SMW, cvtffdat, 1. 10. 15 ; 
i, 6. 2. 26 ; di'/ff^wvj 2. 
1. 3 ; dvare'XXwf, 2. 3. 1. 
/jfX^yut'rwc, adv. from apeXtw, 
carelessly, 1. 7. 19. 
ipepa, ac, ^ (2a, /utpoc, Don.*), 
a rfory ; rjnipac, by day, 2. 
6. 7 ; i^jLEpav, during the day, 
for a day, 1. 2. 21, &c.; a/ia 
rjj iip-ipy, at dawn of day, at 
daybreak, 6. 3. 6. 
/jfpoc, oc, ov, and a, or, tame, 
cultivated, Slvcpn, not wild, 5. 
3. 12. 

a, or, owr, 7; jj/ufre'pa 
our country, 4. 8. 6. 

tfipUTOC, OC, OV (fjfJlt, jSt/fyw- 

Tk-oi), half -eaten, 1. 9. 26. 

o>', ov, ro (^t, Sapti- 
KOC, sc. vo/jiiffpa, a coin), a 
half-daric, 1. 3. 21, about 
half-a-sovereign. 
, c'c 



lish, 2. 6. 22, 5. 7. 10. 
k't', ac, / (>'/X(, o/" /je same j 

aoe). af/e: n\tKutrnt, ov. 6. an ! 

i -in r 
equal in age, 1. y. o. 

^IIXioc, ov, 6 (fX?;, heat, Lat. so/), ' 



ing half, half-full, half- 
empty, 1. 9. 25. 
'Hyuio/3oXtoi', ov, ro, also ifpita- 

ftoXlOV (///it, t//3oXo'c, SC. VttfJLlO- 

p.a, a coin), half an obol, I. 
5. 6, about three farthings of 
our money. 

'H/aoXioc, or, ov, and a, ov (f]fu, 
6'Xoc), half as much again 
ov Trporepov, one half more 
than before, 1. 3. 21. 

'HfJllOVlKOQ, If, OV=llfJlt6vClOC, O, 

ov, of or belonging to a mule, 

7. 5. 2, from 
'H/u/oroc, ov, 6 (f/jui, oVoc), a 

half-ass, a mule. 
'II/jiVXtMpo*', ov, TO, half a pleth- 

ron, fifty feet, 4. 7. 6. 
Hfiiavi, tin, v (//<, or c)t, 

/j7oc), Ao//, 1. 8. 22, 4. 2. 9 ; 



* Don. makes Jiufpa Sid, M'P"S, ' the light,' ' the day part ;' nnd hp considers 
originally applicabln to a country (Suii>e.,os) 'divider by roads, and therefore 
(pp. to ayptos, with no^hi.ig but fields (aypoi). Cratylws, 100. 



] arrov 



aprw fifjilirta, half-loaves, 1. 
9. 26 ; ujrep ijpiffv, more than 
half, 5. 10. 10. 

"Hy for tar, conj. if, Lat. si, el 
pr\, ear py, j)v /^=m'si, n- 
le.ss, takes conj., 4. 6. 11, 7. 
5 ; flv wow, 1. 2. 27 ; ;>' fiv, 

3. 2- 31 ; Jfiv J> re #r rt, 

7. 7- 24; rjp/ici tt ae, 7. 1. 
31, 5. 3. 6. ijv=en, ecce, lo! 
7ii> impf. of el fti ; ?/', ace. sing, 
fern, of rel. or poss. pron. 

'Hi'fca, adv. u;Aen, takes ind. 1. 

8. 1 ; ijytK ay, with conj. 3. 
5. 18. 

'Hxio^oc, ovj o (ftvia, l-)(ui),a cha- 
rioteer, 1. 8. 20. 

"Hyirtp oreayTrep, even if, 4. 6. 17. 

'llpaicXeia, ac, ft, Heraclea, a 
city in Bithynia, on the Black 
Sea, 5. 6. 10, 

'llpuK\iicT]c, ov, b, Heraclides, 
a native of Maronea in 
Thrace, 7. 5. 4, 5, 6, 8, &c. 

'Upak-Xewrijc, ou, o, an inhabit- 
ant of Heraclea, 5. 6. 11, 
10.3, 

'HpaK\tH>Tic, t?oc, >/, sc. yij, the 
district of Heraclea, 5. 10. 
19, all from 

'HparAifC) fovt, o ("Hpij, irXeoc, 
Hera's glory), Hercules, son of 
Jupiter and Alcmena, 4. 8. 
25, 6. 3. 25. 

' Havxa , to be quiet, 5. 4. 16, and 

'\lirv\y, quietly, 1. 8. 11, and 

'Hffv^m, ac, v, quietness', iftru- 
\iar ayttr, t\eiv t to keep 
quiet, be at rest, 3. 1. 14, 4. 
5. 13, 5. 8. 15 ; Katf f,ffv x iar, 
undisturbed, 2. 3. 8, from 

"llffv^oy, ot, oy (%KO, gently), 
still, quiet, 6. 3. 11. 

"H.-por, ou, TO (%rop), the belly, 

4. 7. 15. 



, inferior, Eng. to be 
worsted), to be conquered, 2. 
4. 6, 19, 3. 1. 2, &c.; ov x 
rjrrrjffopeda ev iroiovvTeQ, we 
shall not be beaten in doing 
good, 2. 3. 23. 

rrwv, wv, ov, or ijiraw (^ica), 
inferior, weaker, ace. pi. 
ifTTovat;, contr. ^TTOVQ rOty 
TroXeyu/wi', inferior to our ene- 
mies, 5. 6. 13. Adv. TITTOV, 
less ; >vfv yvooy, not less 
effectively, 7. 5. 9. 



e. 

OaXarra, TJC, ^ (aXc, sal, salt), 

the sea, 4. 7. 24, 5. 10. 4. 
QaXiroc, eoc, TO, warmth, heat ; 
pi. 6aX7r^, 3. 1. 23. 

a, adv. (a/za), frequently, 
4. 1. 16. 

, ov, 6 (6)'i)<TKtii=:dayf]- 
, death, 2. 6. 29. 
d), wtrw, to condemn to 
death, 2. 6. 4. 

aJrrw, \//w, rs'Oa/u^iat, 1 a. pass. 
e6a(j)dr)y, 2 a. erri^tjv, to bury, 
4. 1. 19, 5. 7. 20. 
appaXewc (flapp'os), adv. boldly, 
1. 9. 19. 

applu), TI<TW, &c. (fla/apoc), <o be 
of good courage, 1. 3. 8, 7. 4. 
13; p.a\r}v, to venture on 
fighting, 3. 2. 20. 
appoe, toe, TO, boldness, 6. 8. 
17. 
Qappvt'u, vvw, causal of dappiv, 

to encourage, riya, 1. 7. 2. 
Gapi/TToc, ow, o, Tharypas, a 
favourite of Menon's, 2. 6. 28. 
Qarcpoy for ro tTepnv, tK TOU tiri 
Qarfpa, front the other side, 5. 
4. 10. 

or dacKror, from 



QavfJLa 077/9 aco 



more quickly, Jjv Odrrov Kf7 
yevM^tda, the sooner we get 
there, 6. 3. 20. 

Qav/Jia, aroc, TO (flaw, daofiat, to 
wonder at}, a wonder, 6. 1. 23. 

0at/yudu>, aaui, TedavfjiaKa, rtdav- 
[lavfiai (Oat^ta), to ivonder, 
be surprised at, n, 2. 5. 33 ; 
on 1. 10. 16, 2. 1. 2; rail' 
OTf>a.rr)y oil', 5. 10. 4 ; ei, 3. 2. 
35; Tro7-|0a /, 2. 1. 10;. rt'c, 
1.8.16; o,rt,5.7.13; OTTOI, 
3. 5. 13. 



n, of 

wonderful, marvellous-, TO KCI\- 
\oc,for beauty r 2. 3. 15. 



wonderful, surprising, 1. 9. 

24, 7. 7. 10. 

oc, ou, ^, Thapsacus, a 

town in Syria,. 1.4. 11 ;. in- 

habitants are Qa^anTji'oi. 
0a, as, /,. a view, a sight, 4.. 8.. 

27. 
Qta, a.c r >/, fern, of 0oc, a ^ocZ- 

rfess, 6. 4. 17. 
OeayeVtje, oc, 6 (dea, yiyvopai), 

Theagenes r a captain from 

Locris, 7. 4. 18, al.. GtoytVjjc. 
Qldfjia t arog, TO (^edo/zat), a 

syt<, 4. 7. 13. 



to see, behold, 3. 5. 13, 4. 8. 
27, ft. 3. 16. 

0<oc, a, (iv (0oc), of or belong- 
ing, to the gods, divine ;. Oe'tov, 
divine intervention, 1. 4. 18. 
>, TtOl\t)i;a, to wish, 
4.4.5,7.3.31; inf. 3. 2. 16. 

0*07ro/Lt7roc, ou, 6 (fcoe, TTE/ZTTO)), 
TJieopompus, an Athenian, 2. 
1. 12. 

:Cj Wj o and q (Lat. dews, ridnj- 
pi, Hdt. 2. 52 ;. fc'w, to run, be- 
cause the planets were at a 
very early time considered 



gods, Plat. Crat.), God, with- 
out the art. 7. 3. 43, 2. 5. 7, 
5. 2. 24, &c.; with the art. 
3.1.5,5.3.7,2.5.7,3.2.3; 
fi 0o'c, the goddess, 3. 2. 12, 
5. 3. 6; ffvv role Otolg, with 
the help of the gods (dis juvan- 
tibus}, 3. 1. 23, 42, 2. 8, 11. 



o/ Gorf, 2. 6. 26. 

QeparrtiHit, evffai, Tf 

TiQfpairtvfJMi (depairw), to 
serve f attend, wait upon, 1. 2. 
6 ; f Xouc, 1. 9. 20, 2. 6. 27. 

0pd.7ra*iv ovroc, 6 (Oepw), a a<- 
tendant, servant,. 1. 8. 28, 3. 
3. 2. 

0p/a;, iffo*, &c. (8f'poc), to pas* 
/te summer, 3. 5. 15. 

Qf.pfj.aaia, ac, / (Qipta), warmth, 
heat, 5. 8. 15. 

0pyuw<$a>',. ovroc, 6 r J"^ Ther- 
modon, a river in Cappadecia, 
flowing into the Black Sea 
(the Amazons lived beside it), 
5. 6. 9. 

e, ^ (0a> for ridy/M, 
r sunset, the western land; 
or 0dAa<7<ra, as being once a 
lake), Thessaly, in Northern 
Greece ; the people QeaaaXm, 

1. 1. 10;. 

0eo) r dfvtrofjiat,. to run r eit', 2. 2. 

14,4.3.21,29. 
Gfwpfi'w,. 7/(ro r &c. (0ia r a sight). 

to view, behold, TOV aywva, 1. 

2. 10 ; to review, inspect, rove 
/Bap/Oclpwc, 1. 2. 16, 2. 4. 25. 

Gij/Scu, w', aJ, Thebes, the capi- 
tal of Boeotia ; adj. e^/Jalo?, 
Theban. 

Qi'lfin, r?c, /, T/eie, a town ia 
Mysia, 7. 8. 7. 

QIjpu, ac, >/, a /mnf, 5^ 3. 8, 10. 



c, 4. 5. 24, 5. 1. 9. 



r 2 



68 



0?; peva 



vw, tvfTo), &c. (fl//pn), to 
Intnt, 1. 2. 7 ; to catch, 1. 2. 
13. 

GijotW, ov, ro (dim. from 0>}p), 
w?t7cZ foasf, 1. 2. 7, 5. 3. 8. 

6j<ravpoc, oD, 6 (rtftjtyu), a 
treasure, treasure-house, trea- 
sury, 5. 4. 27, 5. 3. 5. 

G/;x'/<:, ov, 6, Theches, a moun- 
tain near Trebisond, 4. 7. 
21. 

Qipfipttr, wi'oc, o, or Qiflpuv 
Thimbron, a Lacedaemonian 
general, 7. 6. 1. 

Oi/j<r/;w, datovfiai, riQvrjKa, 2 
aor. Eftavoy, to die, Ttdi'arov, 
4. 1. 19; TtBvaai, 4. 2. 17, 6. 
1. 12; rcSyqirwc, 1. 10. 16; 
r*9j'iwe, 7. 4. 19 ; rsdyavat, 
4. 7. 20. 

61 Tjroe, */, ov (0'>/fff:w), liable to 
death, mortal ; Lat. mortalis, 

3. 1. 23. 

Qopv/3oe, ov, o (0pdoc, dplta), 
noise, uproar, confusion, 2. 2. 
19, 4. 2. 20, 1. 8. 16. 

Qovptoc, a, ov, Thurian, from 
Thurii, a town in Lucania in 
Italy, 5. 1. 2. 

8,190;, TJC, ^ (rpaxv<; rough}, 
1 hrace, west of the Black Sea 
(also a district in Bithynia, 6. 

4. 1), adj. QpipKioc, Thracian, 
7. 1. 13, 24. 

i^cu, wr, 01, The Thranip- 
soe, a people in Thrace, 7. 2. 
32, al. Tpar/i/AU. 

fc-oc, o, a Thracian, pi. 
e, 7. 1. 5. 

, adv. boldly, 4. 3. 30, 
from 

paffiif, eta, u, 50/<Z, 5. 8. 19. 
poroc, 'iv, 6 (Qpuw, to set}, a 
throne, 2. 1. 4. 

vyarrip, rpog, i], a daughter, 2. 
4. 8. 



ow, 6, a #a<7, 6. 2. 23. 
' ^ta, aroc, TO (0iiw), a victim, a 
sacrifice, 6. 2. 20, 7. 8. 19. 

, ov, rw, Thymbrium, a 
town in Mysia, 1. 2. 13. 

rjc, t'e (0v^6c, f2oe), 
high-spirited, courageous, 4. 
5.36. 

w, wru, &c., make angry, 
tiv/jiovoOa.1, to be angry, TIVI, 2. 
5. 13. 

/, wv, ot', The Tliyni, a peo- 
ple in Thrace, 7. 2. 22. 
Qitpa, etc, ?y, a rfoor ; iirl r7c 
fia.fft\tu>Q QvpaiQ, at the court 
of the king, 1. 9. 3, from the 
practice in the East of receiv- 
ing petitions at the gate, 
hence in Turkey, the Sublime 
Porte ; iirl rait; Qvpais 'EAXct- 
2oc, at the door of Greece, 
close to Greece, 6. 5. 23. 
Qvptrpov, ov, To=tivpa, a door, 

5. 2. 17. 

Gvfft'o, ae, >; (0va>), a sacrifice, 4. 
8. 25, 6. 2. 15 ; TTOIEIJ', <o 
offer, 5. 3. 9. 

Guw, 6vati), Tfdftica, Ttdv/jiai, to 
sacrifice', Mid. to take the aus- 
pices, awrijpia, 3. 2. 9 ; 0(w, 
3. 1. 6, 5. 5. 5 ; Ovopat llvni, 
I consult the auspices about 
going, 2, 2. 3; vTrtp, 5. 6. 
27, 28; TTfp), 6. 2. 17; eVi, 

6. 2. 13; ft fifXnov fir), I 
sacrificed (to learn) if it icere 



fl, 7. 6. 44 ; rw Kvpw Qvop.f.voc, 
consulting the auspices for 
Cyrus; iQvf.ro rf> At/, ^e sa- 
crificed to Jupiter, and in- 
spected the entrails. 

Qti>paKt$M, iffd), &c., to put on 
the tiuipa ; Mid. to arm one- 
self, 2. 2. 14, 7. 3. 40, 3. 4. 35. 

6wp-a, drac, o, the- breastplate, 



lao/JLai 



corslet, cuirass, 1. 8. 26 ; 
Xu'oDc, 4. 7. 15 ; tTT-uJc, 3. 
4. 48, 1. 8. 6, 3. 3. 20. 



I. 



(ita/zat), to /tea/, 

1. 8. 26. 
'Ia<roi'/a CUT//, Jasonium pro- 

montorium, Jason's Cape in 

Pontus, Cape Bona, 6. 2. 1. 
'larpoc, ou, 6 (iao/jat), a /)A^- 

sia'a/i, 1. 8. 26, 3. 4. 30. 
"llr\, rjc, >/, /rfa, a mountain in 

the Troad, 7. 8. 7. 
"Ictoe, a, ov, and oc, ov, private, 

els TO 'i$tov, for my own use, 

1. 3. 3, 7. 7. 39 ; tt<?, adv. 

on one's own account, private- 

ly, 5. 6. 27, 6. 4. 27. 
'iStorjjej rnroc, ?/ (iStoc), pecu- 

liarity, 2. 3. 16. 
'iciwrr/c, ou, 6 (tdioc), a, private 

person, opp. to /3a<Tt\Euc, 7. 7. 

28 ; a private soldier, opp. to 

ffrparrjyoc, 1. 3. 11, 3. 2. 32 ; 

a layman, opp. to pavrtQ, 5. 

9. 31. (Eng. tcfc'of, originally 

one who could not take part 

in public affairs.) 
'Ictwrtk'oc, ?/, or, private, what 

belongs to tha iawrrjc, 5. 9. 

23. 



sweat contracts usually with 
w, w instead of ou, o'l ; so also 
its opp. piyow, to shiver with 
cold, but ou in 1. 8. 1. 

'livat, inf. of tr^it, to send, throw, 
lif at, inf. pres. of eipi, to go. 

'liptioi; ou, ro, avictim, 5. 9. 4, 6. 
3. 2, without itptiov, 4. 3. 9, 
6. 3. 8, 4. 4. 9. 

'lepoc, a, 6v, sacred, holy, 5. 3. 
0, 10, 11; >j "pa ffv 



Xeyoplvrj, counsel which i* 
called sacred, alluding to the 
proverb lepov ij avpftov\t'i, 
Plat. Theag. 5. 6. 4; Itpav 
TO, a temple, 5. 3. 11 ; -a 
hpa KaXa ijv, the entrails were 
favourable, 4. 3. 9, 5. 6. 29, 
&c. ; KaXXiiTTa, 7. 8. 10. 

'lepbv "Opoc, the Sacred Mount in 
Thrace, 7. 1. 14. 

'Itpuvvpog, ov, o (itpoe, oro/ua), 
Hieronymus (Jerome), one of 
the oldest captains, from Eli., 

3. 1.34, 6. 2. 10. 

I;/it, rjffti), eiKa, tipai, 1 aor. !/>, 
2aor. ^v (sing, wanting), 1 aor. 
pass, t'ifjiiv, fut. tdi'iffof-irn. to 
send ; rtvd r^ a^iVp, to throw an 
axe at one, 1. 5. 12; Mid. to 
, 4. 2. 20; ai'w, 4. 2. 8; 
), 5. 2. 18 ; Kara ynXofyvv, 
1. 5. 8 ; 7rt ro aKpor, 3. 4. 
41 ; 7r< rtm, 1. 8. 26, 5. 7. 24 ; 
t? rovg artipijjirovf, 4. 2. 7. 

o* 1 (^w)> ^ suitable, 
or, sufficiently far, 5. 2. 
30, with inf. 1. 2. 1, 5. 8. 20, 
7. 1. 20, &c. ; efficient, 5. 6. 
15; //(y qualified, 2. 3. 4; 
aJ/e, 1. 3. 6, 2. 6. 8, with 
inf. 3. 1. 23; a sufficient 
number, 1. 7. 7, 3. 2. 12, 4. 8. 
25. Adv. V-a'wc, well enough, 

4. 3. 31. 

lK7-UW, UTW, &C. (tVfVrjc), to 

supplicate, entreat, with inf. 
7. 4. 7, 10, 22. 

Ixtrfjc, ou, 6 (o:w), a suppliant, 
7. 2. 33. 

'I*:dvov, ou, ro Iconium, the capi- 
tal of Lycaonia, fr. <:o'i'mr, 
an image of Medusa that Per- 
seus set up, 1. 2. 19. 

I\wc, we, wv, Att. for tXaoc, 
propitious, 6. 4. 32. 

lAif, ijc, / (ftXw, to gather; cf. 



'I/las' 



legio, lego), a troop of horse, 
Lat. turma (sixty-four men, 
eight front, eight deep); car' 
*/\af=i\adV, by troops, opp. 
to Kara rafif, by companies 
(infantry), 1. 2. 16. 

T I/uaf, arroc, 6, a strap, thong, 4. 
5. 14. 

'l/ja-ioi', ov, TO (7/ua, frvvpi), a 
cloak, pi. clothes, 7. 5. 5. 

"Ira, m ore&r /Aaf, with conj. 
after a pres. 1. 3. 15, 2. 2. 12, 
3. 2. 27, &c.; after a past, 2. 
5. 36, 1. 4. 18, 4. 6. 6 ; with 
opt. after a past, 2. 3. 13, 21, 
2. 6. 21, 1. 10 18, 7. 4. 11 

"iTTTTOp^OC) OV, 6 (iTTTTOf, ap)(w), 

a general ,of cavalry, 3. 3. 
20. 
'Iiriraaia, ac, f], riding about, 

horse-exercise, 2. 5. 33. 
'\irwtia, ar, ij, cavalry, 5. 6. 8. . 
vf, e'wf, o, a horseman, pi. 
f, cavalry, 3. 3. 20, 4. 3. 
20, 1. 5. 13, &c. 
Tiricof, 7, or, of or belonging to 
a horse, TO tirwiKov, the ca- 
valry, 6. 3. 29, 30, 7. 3. 37 ; 
, 1. 3. 12. 

, OV, 6 (iTTTTOf, $p6- 

), a race-course, 1. 8. 20. 
, ou, o, a Aorse, 1. 9. 5, 7. 

2. 8 ; i<f>' ITTITOV, on horseback, 

3. 4. 47, 49, 7. 4. 4. 

7 Ioif, <of and i?f, o, a river in 
Pontus, 5. 6. 9. 

'Ifffyiof, ov, b (fig, "tdfta, dpi), 
an isthmus, o KopivOtaicos, the 
isthmus of Corinth, 2. 6. 3. 

IfTOTrXevpof, of, ov ('iffof , wXevpa), 
equal-sided, irXalffiov, a square, 
3. 4. 19. 

I-roc, i), ov, equal, TO /i^*roc, 5. 4. 
32 ; eJg TO 'iaov, to equal 
terms, 4. 6. 18 ; iv trw, wiVA 
equal step, 1. 8. 11; it, "urov, 



on equal terms, 3. 4. 47; tow, 
equally, 2. 5. 7. 

C, ff (tffoc, 

t, barley on a level with 
the lips, malt up to the brim, 

4. 5. 26. 

/, Ctv, 01, and 'leerof, ov, 6, 
Issus, a town in Cilicia, 1. 2. 
24. 

"Itrrnpi, oT^ffu), ivrr)Ka, ttTTafiat, 
1 aor. taTnira, 2 aor. tirrrjv, 
pres. impf. fut. and 1 aor. are 
trans.; 2 aor. perf. pip. are 
intrans., to make to stand, 
stop, 1. 2. 17, 10. 14; Mid. 
to stand, make a stand, 1. 10. 

1, 4. 2. 19 ; rpoiraiov, to erect, 
4.6.27. 

ov, TO (toTJj^t), a sail, 1. 
5.3. 
^vpof, a, ov (J<rxvf)) Strong, 

2. 5. 22, 1. 5. 9; severe, 
X^wv, 5. 8. 14 ; a strong- 
hold, 4. 6. 11, 5. 2. 7; adv. 
Iff^vpuc, severely, 4. 1. 16 ; 
Ko\afiv, 2. 6. 9 ; very, ex- 
ceedingly, u>pyiovTO, 1. 5. 11; 
iiriQvfJLtiv, 2. 6. 21 ; /3a9vc, 1. 
7. 15; o P 0toc, 1.2. 21, 4.8. 
28 ; vehemently, Karlrwfr, 2. 

5. 30 ; Iff^vpuQ a\\r)\(j)v tire- 
fjitXoi'To, they took great care 
of each other, 4. 2. 26 ; 
strongly, 6. 1. 11. 

^vc, voc, fj (tf, Lat. vis, t<rx w 
t^w)* strength, force, 1. 8. 22, 
5. 7. 30. 

> a form of ?x w > hence 2 
aor. tffx oi ' ro *' T X *'> th f hin- 
drance, 6. 3. 13 ; 'ia^ero iv 
TOVTO), here there was a stop- 
page, a hitch, 6. 1. 9. 
wc, adv. perhaps, 2. 4. 4, 3. 
2. 36, 3. 1. 37. 
a/Be'Xif, to?, o, or 'Ira/jfitXctrt?, 
of , e, Itabelis, a Persian com- 



V I 



TV 



mander in Comania, 7. 8. 

15. 
"Irt/c, woe, % (llvat), <^e rim of 

the shield, 4. 7. 12. 
"Ix^tov, ov, ro (tvvof), a frace, 1. 

6. 1. 
I^voc, oe, ro (MCW, iKviofjLai), 

a frace, <f>avipa i\aar, 1. 7. 17 ; 

pi. therefore, scattered, el ttj? 

lX"l, 7. 3. 42. 
'lama, ac, ^ (>/iw', <^e coasf), 

Ionia, in Asia Minor, adj. 

'Iwr/Kwc, iii ov, Ionian, 1. 1. 

6, 4. 13. 



K. 

ifHi), apw, KfKadappat (KU- 
de), to make clean, to pu- 
rify, 5. 7. 35, hence proper 
name Catharine, the pure one. 
~K.aOa.irep (ica0' a vep), just as, 

5. 4. 28. 

Kaflap^oc, ov, 6 (KaQaipui), puri- 
fication, 5. 7. 35. 
K-adl^ouai, KaQt$ovp.ai (Kara, 
efauai), to s# down, halt, 3. 
1. 33, 5. 8. 14, 1. 5. 9. 

, ti\Kvna, ti\Kv- 
(Kara, ?\<cw), to draw 
down, 7. 1. 19. 

KaQtvZw, ijatit (icara, Mw), to 
sleep, L 3. 11. 

)aofia.i, &c., <0 
ini out, 7. 8. 9. 

t'w, rjarii) (/cara, j^uc, 
7ra0of), <o squander in plea- 
sures, 1. 3. 3. 

adijKdi, jjS.it} (ncara, ^<cw), to 
reach down, airo TOV ijpovc, 3. 
4. 24 ; tTTt TOV Trora/ior, 4. 3. 
11 ; <c rqi' 0\arrar, 1. 4. 
4, 6. 2. 3 ; impers. olc Kadfi- 
Kei, whose duty it is, 1. 9. 7. 
i, //(TO/UK (icara, ?//ani). 



, 4. 2. 5, 6, 5. 

15, &c. ; in council, 5. 10. 5, 
7. 1. 33 ; to be encamped, 1. 3. 
12. 

(w, Kadiffbi and KaBtu (Kara-, 
tw), to sci, place, 2. 1. 4, 3. 
5.17, 

Kadirjfjii, ijarw, &c. (icara, 'ITJ/.U ), 
to send down, let fall, tie -rpo- 
/SoXjji' ^opara, having couched 
their spears, 6. 5. 25. 

K.adiffTT]fii, KaraaTJiffw, Kadeer- 
rijca, KadlaTdfiat (cara, IOTIJ- 
/ut), to se< in order, 1. 10. 10, 
2. 3. 3 ; to se as guards, 3. 
2. 1, 5. 1. 16 ; to rm0, 1. 4. 
13, 4. 8. 8, 5. 7. 34 ; to p- 
point, 3. 2. 5, 3. 1. 39; to 
mafo, 6. 1. 18, 7. 7. 23 ; ac 
KaraoTriaopEt'tiiv rowrwv tc ro 
liov, since these things would 
turnout well, 1. 3. 8; Karitrrrj 
tc rj/v /3a<rt\tai', u?a settled 
on the throne, 1. 1. 3 ; Mid. 
to se or place oneself, 1. 8. 3, 
5. 9.^22. 

Kadupdcu, raroi^ofmt, Kadfwpaxa, 
KaOewpafiai (Kara, upaui), to 
look down upon, behold, 4. 4. 
15, 1. 8. 26, 1. 10. 14, 4. 3. 
11, &c. 

Kat, and, Lat e< ; KOJ mi, 
both and, not only but also; 
Lat. et et, quum turn, 1. 8. 
1, 8, &c.; also, iro\\a\ $e 
Kai irlXrai, 2. 1. 6, &c. ; 
although, with part. 1. 6. 1 ; 
even, 3. 1. 34, 2. 1. 22; roc 
yap (etenim), for, for truly; 
teal yap ovt>, wherefore ; teal 
f, and yet ; nal ty, and even, 
even then, 1. 10. 10; cat ft, 
even if, although, 3. 2. 24 ; 
K&V, 3. 2. 10 ; ft Kai, 3. 2. 22. 

KaYicoc, ov, 6, The Ca'icus, a 
river in Mysia, 7. 8. 8. 



K 



aiva 



Kaucu, wt>, at, Ccence, a town in 

Mesopotamia, 2. 4. 28. 
Kanrfp, although, with part. 1. 

6. 10, 2. 3. 25, 5. 5. 17, 18. 
Kpoe, ov, 6, a Jit time, oppor- 
tunity, Lat. occasio, \povos = 
tempus, ftorjdijffai, 5. 1. 8 ; if 
Kaij>y, in season, 3. 1. 39 ; 
/MytfTTov tx re Kaipov, ?/e have 
a very great responsibility, 3. 
1. 36 ; critical juncture, 3. 1. 
44. 
Kcu'roi, and yet, yet, 7. 7. 45, 1. 

4.8. 

Kcu'w, Kavau), KticavKa, Ktxavpai, 
1 aor. tKavaa, poet. tKsa, to 
burn, 1. 6. 2 ; x t ^ / ' I/ 1. 6. 1 ; 
Kwpuc, 3. 5. 3 ; x&pav, 3. 5. 
5 ; vup, 4. 4. 13, pi. 4. 1. 11, 
6. 1. 20. 
KaKovoia, ac, TI, ill-will, 7. 7. 

45, from 
Kacovoi/Cj owe ovv (KUKOC, 

ill-disposed, 2. 5. 16, 27. 
KOKOTTOIEW, Tjffw, &c., to do ill to, 

lay waste, 2. 5. 4. 
KaK-oe, 77, or, 6ac?, wicked; Comp. 
KaKiiay, Sup. KaKiuroc, coward- 
ly, 6. 4. 23, 1. 3. 18, 2. 6. 30 ; 
TO KttKor, evil, misfortune, 4. 8. 
11 ; 7ra<r)(Etv, 4. 3. 2, 14;' JTOI- 
** T 7.4.24; rt rtva, 7. 2. 33 ; 
TI xwpav KttKov tpyafcadat, 5. 
6. 11. 
Katcovpyeu, rjau, to do evil, Tiva, 

5. 9. 1. 
KctKoupyoe, oC, 6 (icaicfJc, 

a villain, 1. 9. 13. 
Kru'o'w, waw r fo <rea< badly, 4. 5. 

35. 
Kacwc, adv. fr. jcacoc, 

1. 5. 16 ; airodvi'iaKetv, to die 
miserably, 3. 1. 43 ; irotfir, to 
treat ill, 4. 8. 6 ; rtva, 1. 4. 8 ; 
.. -jraff^eir, to be treated ill, 3. 3. 
12, 7. 7. 16. 



treatment, 4. 6. 3. 
K.u\a/u7j, jjc, ^, straw, 5. 4. 27. 
KaXa/Jt*c, ow> o, a reed, 1. 5. 1, 

4. 5. 26 ; Lat. calamus. 



call, summon, 1. 7. 18, 4. 1. 9, 
1. 2. 2 ; to invite, iiri %e~nr- 

J'OI', 7. 3. 15, 7Tt tVtU, 7. 

6.3.. 

<rw (jcaXoc, pdv), to 
favourable signs in a 
sacrifice, obtain good omens, 
7. 1. 40, 5. 4. 22. 

KaXXt/iaxoe, ov, 6 (/caXoc, fJia^rj), 
Callimachus, a Parrhasian 
captain, 4. 1. 27, 4. 7. 8, 10, 
5. 10. 7, 9, 5. 6. 14. 

KaXXa7ri(T/uoc, ov, 6 
adornment, 1. 9. 23. 

KaXdc, ^, oV, Comp. 

Sup. *.-aXXi(T7-oc, beautiful, no- 
ble, good, 7. 4. 7, 2. 6. 19, 2. 
1. 9, &c. ; Etc caXoi', at the 
right time, 4. 7. 3; out^t 
KctXw e'oticE, looks like nothing 
honourable, 6. 3. 17 ; ro. 
KaXov, honour, 2, 6. 18. 
Adv. raXwg, beautifully, well, 
rightly, nobly, t\ttv, to be or 
#o well, 1. 8. 13 ; E'^EIV 6pa- 
trflaj, z^ was beautifully dis- 
posed to view, 2. 3. 3 ; ro TWV 
QtCjv Ka\H>Q i\f, the rites of 
the gods were duly celebrated, 
3. 2. 9. 

KaXTri;, T)Q, if, Calpe, a river and 
town in Bithynia, 6. 2. 1. 

KaXx^wi', OVOQ, i), Calchedon, a 
town in Bithynia, 7. 1. 20; 
Calchedenia, the district, 6. 4. 
38. 

Kap.)'w,Ka/jiovpai, eeitytipra, 2 aor. 
tieafUHfj to labour, be weary, 
sick, 3. 4. 47, 4. 5. 17, 5. 5. 
20. 



for icat tr, 6. 4. 5 ; KaV for 

cat lav, 1. 8. 12. 
Kartiuc, woe, o, a cape, a Median 

upper garment with sleeves, 

1. 5. 8. 
Ka7Tj)\io', ow, ro (Ka7rjXoc, (cetTrrw, 

/o eaf), a tavern or s/?o/>, 1. 2. 

24 ; E/iiropoc is ^/*e wholesale 

merchant, Lat. mercator ; ca- 
je retailer. 



chcenices or half a gallon, 1. 

5.6. 

ow, o, smoke, 2. 2. 15. 
c/a, ae, /, Cappadocia, 

a district in Asia Minor, 1. 2. 20. 
Ka7T7rao, ococ, o, a Cappa- 

docian, an inhabitant of Cap- 

padocia. 

Kairpoe, ov, o, a ooar, 2. 2. 9. 
Kap/Banyai, wv, at, sAoes of un- 

dressed leather, brogues, 4. 5. 

14. 
KoptSta, ac, >/ (iteap, Kijfp, Lat. 

cor), */ze Aearf, 2. 5. 23. 
Kapt)ou)(oc, ov, 6, a Carduchian ; 

ot Kap^ou^ot, a hill tribe in 

Armenia ; adj. Kap^ov^ioc, 

modern Kurds, Kurdistan, 4. 

1. 2, 3, &c. 
KapTrat'a, ac, /, a mimic dance 

among the Thessalians, 5. 

9.7. 
KapTroci oi/, 6, fruit, 2. 5. 19, 

hence 
KapTrow, w<rw, to bear fruit ; Mid. 

<o gather in fruit, 5. 3. 13 ; 

rtiv ^wpav, yrom </<e land, 3. 

2.23. 
Kapvo*', ov, ro, a nw<, ra 

the chestnut, 5. 4. 29, 32. 



ro, a r^ sfa/^; (mp^w), 1. 5. 
10. 

KairrwXoc, oi/, , Castolus, a 
town in Lydia, 1. 1. 2, 1, 9. 7. 



73 

Kara, a prep. gov. gen. and ace. 
with gen. down, 1. 5. 8, 4. 8. 
28, 2. 17; under, 7. 7. 11; 
with ace. near, 5. 2. 16, 19, 4. 
3. 17, 7. 2. 1, down to, to, 1. 8. 
12,5.2.23; o, 1. 8.26,5.7. 
25; ica0' apiray fir, for plunder, 
3. 5. 2 ; Kat cara yrjv KUI 
Kara daXarrav, Lat. terra 
marique, by sea and land, 1. 
1. 7 ; ro Ko0' avrnvr, on their 
own ground, 1. 8. 21, 7. 5. 
13 ; m accordance with, ac- 
cording to, vopov, 7. 2. 23 ; 
Kara oirov^iiv, in haste, 7. 6. 
28 ; ro Kara TOVTOV tiyai, as 
far as this man is concerned, 
1. 6. 9 ; Ka(f tavrovQ, by them- 
selves, 5. 10. 11 ; Kaff i'a, 
one by one, 4. 7. 8 ; dXt'yovc, 
7. 6. 29 ; Xo X ovc, 3. 4. 22 ; 
tOt-ij, 1. 8. 9; pijva, monthly, 

1. 9. 17; iviavTov, yearly, 3. 

2. 12, &c. 

Karaftairw, /3>}<7ojuai, fli/3r)Ktr, 
2 aor. Karifiriv, to go or come 
down, descend ; Kara KXipa- 
KOC, 4. 5. 25 ; euro naarov, 4. 

2. 20; to enter the lists, in 
certamen descendere, 4. 8. 27; 
to go from the interior of a 
country to the sea, 2. 5. 22, 
7. 4. 21. 

Kara/8a<rtc, wc? ;> descent, the 
march down, opp, to araftaaig, 

3. 4. 37, 5. 2. 28, 5. 5. 4, &c. 
Kara/3Xak-uw, WITW (tcara, /3Xa- 

icuo/, /3Xa, adj. slack), to 

mismanage, 7. 6. 22. 
Korayyf'XXw, fX>, &c., <o 0*6- 

nounce, condemn, 2. 5. 38. 
Karayaof, oc, ov (cara, y^), 

underground, subterranean, 4. 

5. 25. 
KarayfXaw, airo/xat, yyXa<r/iai 

(cara yXaa), to laugh at, 



74 



oc, 2. 6. 23, 30, 1.9. 13, 

2. 4. 4. 
Karayrv/ni, aw, taya, tay/iat 

(care, ay>r/i<), to break, 4. 

2.20. 
Karayoijrtuw, EW<TW (card, yoijc, 

a wizard), to cheat, to trick, 

5.7.9. 
Karayw, dw, J;x a J/y/* 01 (fara, 

aywj, to &rin<7 fn ships, 5. 1. 

11; to restore, 1. 1. 7, 2. 2, 

arrive at, 3. 4. 36. 



<$a'7rrw), to waste, squander, 2. 

2. 11. 

ara^EtXia'w, a'rw (cara, cJEtXr'e, 
^eofiX to s/iow fear or cow- 
ardice, 7. 6. 22. 
nrnciKci^ti), daai (cara, ?u-u'<u, 
2tci}), to <7tre tn judgment, 5. 
8. 21 ; condemn, c. gen. tjuau- 
rov, 6. 4. 15 ; ri^oc ddvaror, 
to condemn to death, Lat. 
capitis damnare. 
araciwk-w, a (cara, ?tw:w), to 
pursue close, 4. 2. 5, 

w, d<Tw = carofflCEw, to 
m a opinion against one, 
OS, 7. 7. 30. 
Kara<5ww, Svtrii), $E$vKa, cecv^ini, 
to sink, Act. 1.3. 17,7.2. 13; 
Mid. and 2 aor. cart'tW, p. 
and pip. Neut. to st'n&, 3. 5. 
11, 4. 5. 36 ; cara r^c y7C, 

7. 7. 11. 

Karafleao/uai, diropat, &c., to Z00& 
dot^n /?on, watch from above, 

6. 3. 30, etc ri, 1. 8. 14. 
Kara0t'w, Oevvofiai, to run down, 

7. 3. 44. 

Karadvn), Ovtrw, &c., to sacrifice, 

3. 2. 12, 4.5.35,5.5.3; T>,V 
Seca'riji', to dedicate, 5. 3. 13. 

Karaifr^u^w, w^w, &c., to dis- 
grace, be a disgrace to, TTJV 
srarpt'Sa, 3. 1. 30, 2. 14. 



-KaraXcuo) 

Karaeai't'W, enrol, 2 aor. 

Karnv (card, catVw), to kill, 3. 

1. 2, &c. 

Karaca/w, Kavaw, &c., to burn 
down or w/>, ftpdlac, 3. 3. 1 ; 
/SafftXEta, 1. 4. 10; cw^ar, 7. 

4. 1 ; yijf i', 7. 7. 5 ; la. p. corE- 
cau(V,5.2.27,4. 26, 7.4.18. 

Kara'ett^ai, Kflffopai, to lie down, 
3. 1.15,4.4. 11,3.1.13,14. 

Karacijpurrw, w, &c., to pro- 
claim by herald, aiyrjv, 2. 2. 
20. 

KaraeXftw, nrXf/ffw, &c., or cara- 
K\yw, cXp'ffW, &C., to sA 7l, 
3. 4. 26, pip. p. carECEcXj)'^?;*', 
3. 3. 7 ; la. p. carEcXjjerOj/J', 

7. 2. 15. 

Karacoiri'^oj, jVw (car, UKOVTI- 
^w), to sAoof a*o^n with darts, 
7. 4. 6. 

KaracoTrrw, co^w, &c., to cut 
down, or cut up, 1. 8. 24, 1. 

5. 16, &c. 

KaracrEtVw, trivia, tKTOva, 2 aor. 

KareKravov, to kill, slay, 2. 5. 

10, 4. 8. 25. 
KaraewXww, v<rw, &c., to keep 

back, E<I>, 5. 2. 16. 
KaraXa/i/3d'w, Xti^opai, fl\rj((>a, 

ei\r)^iprti, 2 aor. car'Xa/3o>', to 

seize upon, 1. 3. 14, 4. 1. 4 ; 

to find, 3. 1. 8 ; with part. ]. 

10. 18, &c., KartXfjfyOr), was 

caught, 1. 8. 20, 4. 2. 14, 4. 

7. 4 ; to reach, Ulpyapov, 7. 

8. 8 ; to overtake, 2. 2. 12, 3. 
3. 8, 9, 15, &c. 

KaraXf'yw, XE'W, &c., to reckon, 

2. 6. 27. 

KaraXftTrw, Xft'vl/w, XfXoiTra, X- 
Xfi^fjiat, 2 aor. Kar / Xi7ro', to 
/care (behind), ri)i> 63o-, 4. 2. 
7,4.2. 13,3. 1.2,5.3. 6, 3. 

3. 19, &c. 

KaraXfvw, Xfvffw, 1 aor. p. /cure- 



KaraXXarro)- 

(*:nra, XEU'W), to stone 
to death, 1. 5. 14, 5. 7. 2, 19, 
7. 6. 10. 

KaraXXaYrw, a'w, &c., pass., to 

become reconciled, nvi, 1. 6. 1. 

KaraXoytcy/ai, ioopat, to reckon, 

5.6. 16. 

KaraXuw, XVTW, &c., to pw 
down, destroy, apx^v, 5. 10. 
12, 6. 1. 1 ; to end (TOV iro\t- 
), 1. 1. 10, 5. 7. 27; to 
(to unloose the horses, 
&c.), 1. 8. 1 ; Trpoc apttrrof, 1. 
10. 19. 

2 aor. Karlfjiadov, to learn tho- 
roughly, ffaKppotTvvTjv, 1. 9. 3 ; 
to learn, know, find, n, 3. 1. 
44 ; on, 7. 2. 18, 7. 43 ; TO 
yjupiov on fjtiKpov tirj, 5. 7. 
14, 2. 3. 11 ; Karepadov ara- 
<rrac yuoXtc or yuoytc, / found 
I could hardly rise, 5. 8. 14. 

KarafjieXto), rjffut, to be careless, 
neglect one's duty, 5. 8. 1. 

Karnyuf'vt.', ^itvia, /LtE^fVjjva, to 
stay behind, 6. 4. 2, 28, 7. 3. 
47 ; irap* iavrw, 7 . 6. 43, 5. 
6. 17, 19. 

Karayup/w, iVw, or w (k-ara, 
[*fploi, ^upor), to distribute, 7. 
5.4. 

mingle, 7. 2. 3. 

KarruWw, 7/irw, &c., to observe, 
notice, 7. 7. 43, 1. 2. 4, 7. 7. 
45. 

pac, adv. (Kara, avri, 
t opposite, Lat. 
e regione, 1. 1. 9, 4. 8. 3. 
TTE^TTW, Trf^^Xi*, &c., to send 
from the interior to <Ac 
, 1. 9. 7. 

stone to death, 1. 3. 2. 

'aw, 77(701, to /eap cfoum 



75 

from, IK TOV apfmroe, 1. 8. 3 ; 
aTro TOV ITTTTOV, 1. 8. 28, 3. 4. 
48. 



2 aor. Kartirfffov, to fall down, 
3. 2. 19. 

KaraTToXt/uf'w, ^<TW, &c., pass., to 
4e reduced by war, 7. 1. 27. 

KaraTrparrw, aa>, &c., to accom- 
plish, achieve, n, 1. 2. 2, 7. 7. 
46 ; rirf rt, 7. 7. 17. 

Karapao^a*, aaoftut, Knrijna^ui 
(cara, apnofjiai), to ca/^ rfoti'n 
curses on, 5. 6. 4 ; rw, 7. 7. 48. 
f tr(3iffta, ia'prjKa, 
to extinguish, irvpa, 

6. 1.21. 
KaTaffKfSavvvpt, tJKt&aauf, &c. T to 

scatter, sprinkle about, 7. 3. 
32. 

KaraoxeVrojiai, better iraraenro- 
Triit), trKt\j/nf*ai, KariffKtfjifjLai, 
to take a view of, 1. 5. 12. 

Kara<r;waw, avu>, &c., to pre- 
pare, furnish, 1. 9. 19 ; *c 
with gen. 3. 2. 24, 3. 3. 19. 

KaraffKririiit, riffu, &c., to pitch 
one's tent, to encamp, 3. 4. 32 r 

7. 4. 11, the same as 

ti), uav, etc., 2. 2. 16. 
OTrjy, ^c, q (icara, OKoiriu'), 

watching, reconnoitring, 7.4. 

13. 
KaraffTTaw, 0x0014, &c., to draw 

or pull down, 1. 9. 6. 
Kara<rrn<ric, twc> ^ (icafliOTJj^u), 

condition, constitution, 5. 7. 

26. 
Karaorparo7Tc)vw ; v<7<<, &c., < 

encamp, 3. 4. 18, 4. 5. 1, 

&c. 
Kara<rrp^w, ffrpi\$ni>, &c., to 

conquer, subdue, 1. 9. 14. 
Kara<70orrw, riuw, and also 
Karaff^o^w, <o ^'//, murder, Lat. 

contrucldare, 4. 1. 23. 



7 6 



K a T acr \ i a> K e ? /i a t 



Kara<7)(i r w, ayjiatsi, to cleave 
asunder, burst open, Lat. per- 
f ring ere, 7. 1. 16. 

Kararetyw, rerw, re'raca, rtYd/zat, 
to stretch tight, strain one's 
self, strive earnestly, Lat. cow- 
tendere, 2. 5. 30. 

Karare'/xj'w, repw, rt'r^tjKa, rer- 
fiij/jLa.1, pip. 3 pi. na.Tf.TiTp.nvTO, 
to cwf, 2. 4. 13 ; to CM m 
/Hces, 4. 7. 26. 

Karari'0f/u<, 0rj<rw, &c., to Zay or 
/)u down, 7. 1. 37 ; oVXa, 5. 

2. 15 ; papffiTTOvc if irirpq, 4. 

3. 11; rqv <jtt\iav Trapa rote 
0oZe, to deposit, 2., 5. 8 ; XP^~ 
para, to Jay MJO or by, 1. 3. 3; 
aTo<rrpodjv, to establish, 7. 6. 
34. 

Karanrpwoxw, rpwaw, to cover 
ujifA wounds, wound severely, 

3. 4. 26, 4. 1. 10. 
Kararpe'\w, dpe,<i>, better Spapov- 

ftai, ^E^pnfj.i)Ka, to run down, 5. 

4. 23, 7. 1. 20. 
Krav\t'Vyia/, icrofiat, to encamp, 

7. 5. 15, castra locare. 
Kara^ayctv, see 



tn St^ft^, clearly eeen, 1. 8. 8, 

2. 3. 3, <fec. 
Kara^euyw, $fvoftat, &c., to flee 

for refuge, Lat confugere, 1. 

5. 13, 3. 4. 1 1 ; tic, 5. 7. 2. 
Kara<^poj>e'w, IJITW, &c., to ?- 

tpise, TIVOQ and riya, 3. 4. 2, 

5. 7. 12. 
Kara^wpt'^w, /<rw, Att. iSt, to 

bring to a place, station, 6. 3. 

10. 

K-artiSov, see iraOopaw. 
Karti/it, to go or coww down, 5. 

7.13. 



airo/uai, etpya<r/uai, 
to tpor& owf, c/ecf, ^oin, 1. 9. 
20, 5. 10. 10, 7. 7. 26. 



to <7o or co??ze down, 7. 2. 2. 
Karf<r9t'a>, tSo/Aai, &c., 2 aor. 

Kare'fayov, to ea wp, devour, 

Ttva w^ior, 4. 8. 14. 
Karf'xw, co6i'w or Karaayjiffd), 

Knreff^Ka, Knrlff-^rj^ai, 2 aor. 

KarsfT-^oi', to have, hold, Lat. 

retinere, 4. 2. 1, 5,6, 12,5. 6. 

7 ; keep, Lat. continere, 4. 8. 

12 ; maintain, 7. 7. 28 ; re- 

rtrain, 7. 7. 29, 3. 1. 20; 

compel, 2. 6. 13 ; reac/*, 5. 

6. 20, 9. 33. 

KarTjyopt'w, r\au (/:aro, ayopevw), 
to speak against, charge, ac- 
cuse, m'oc,5.7.4, 8.1,7.7. 44. 

Karjjp/i/w, tffw, &C. (cara, r/pe- 
/jew, ijpt'/ja), to caZm, appease, 

7. 1. 24. So Karripeptw, ijow, 

7. 1. 22. 

KartSeTr, see cnQopow. 
Karotce'w, J;<TW, &c. (Kara, oT.oc), 

to c?u'eZZ in, inhabit, 5. 3. 7. 
Karot'w, tVw, Att. <w, &c., to 

found, TroXu', 5. 6. 15, 6. 

2.7. 
Karopurrw, vtw, oputpv)(a, opw- 

puy^uat, and wpvypai, to bury, 

divot', 4. 5. 29 ; avOpwirov, 5. 

8. 9, 11. 

Karw, adv. down, below, trpog ro 

caroj, to the lower part, 4. 2. 

28, 4. 8. 28. 
KaSjua, aroc, ro (/cat'w), /ieaf, 1. 

7,6. 
Kavffifjiog, oc, nv (/ca'w), Jit for 

burning, 6. 1. 35, 19. 
Kai/Trpoc, ou, 6, the Cat/ster, a 

river in Lydia, hence adj. 

Kauflrptoc, a, nv, 1. 2. 11. 
Ke'yxpwc, nv, o, millet, a kind of 

grain, Lat. milium, 1. 2. 22. 
, to lie, 2. 4. 12, 

3. 4. 10, 1. 8. 27 ; o-rXa, 4. 2. 

20 ; rpuTr^ai, 7. 3. 23. 



K e A a i v a i K rj PVTT& 



77 



ReXatvm, wr, ai, Celcence, a 
town in Phrygia, 1. 2. 7. 

tVffCJ, KtKi\EVKO, KtKf- 

ai (KfXopaC), to order, 2. 
3. 1 ; with ace. and inf. 1. 5. 
8, 13, 2. 1. 8. &c. 
OC, ft, ov, empty, 3. 4. 20; 
, 1.8. 20 ; 0o'/3oe, ground- 
s, 2. 2. 21. Comp. (ctvo- 
Sup. Kfj'oraroc, from 
poet, Kiiyoc. 

^tor, ov, ro (^EPOC, ra^>oc, 
, an empty tomb, ceno- 
taph, 6. 2. 9. 

Kcvrcw, /0-w, Ep. Ktvffu), KfKfi'rrj- 
p.ui, to prick, goad, torment, 3. 
1.29. 

Ivrpirjje, ov o, the Centrites, a 
river in Armenia, 4. 3. 1. 

KEpu/Jtor, ov, re (Ktpafirtf, clay), 
an earthenware vessel, a jar, 
containing 5^ gall, liquid 
measure, 5. 9. 15, 10. 3. 

Kepa^ioc, a, ov, made of clay, 3. 
4.7. 

Keoa/zwi' ayopa, <// Ceramian | 
forum, a town in Mjsia, 1. 2. 
10. 

Kepavvu/ii, ^epaffw, KtKtpaKa. late, 
Kf.Kipuaf.iai, and ffapafHUj to 
mix, 1. 2. 13, 5. 4. 29. 

Kt'pac, aroc, TO, a Aorn for 
blowing, 2.2.4; to drink 
with, 7. 2. 23 ; Z/<e win^ o/ara j 
army, iirl Ktpa^ ayeiv, to lead \ 
in column, i.e. with few men 
in front, Lat. longo agmine, 
opp. 7ri qmAayyoc, inphalanx, 
Le. with a broad front, Lat. 
guadrato agmine, Kara, 4. 6. 6, 
G. 3. 5 ; a mountain peak, 
Lat. jugum, 5. 6. 7. 

Rfpadoi/C) twi'~or, /, Cerasiis, a 
town in Pontus, the inh. 
KEpafToyi no, 5. 7. 13, 16: 
hence cherry, because first 



brought from Cerasus to Rome 

by Lucullus, 73 B.C. 
Ktpartyoc, rj, or, adj. from Ktpac, 

made of horn, 7ror/;pia, 5. 

9.4. 
! Ktp/?poc, ov, 6, Cerberus ('pw, 

to cut, (3lpw, to devour; prob. 

onomat. like /3ap/3apof, Tap- 

rnpoe, &c.), the three-headed 

dog that guards the entrance 

to Hades, 5. 10. 2. 
it), KtpcavGJ, ^ 

(>?oc), to gain, 2. 6. 21. 
Ktp^aAtoc, a, ov (cpcoe), pro- 
fitable, 1. 9. 17. 
Ke'p^oc, toe, ro, g'azn, I. 9. 17. 
Ktp<roc, ov, 6, Cersus, a river in 

Cilicia, 1. 4. 4, al. Kap<roc. 
Kfprovtoj', ov, TO, Certonium, a 

town in Mysia, 7. 8. 8, al. 

K.VTWVIOV, }.fpTWOV. 

K^>aAa\y//c, we, t'c (Kf(fxi\fi, a\- 

yoc), causing headaches, 2. 3. 

15. 
KtyuXi'i, ?7c, >/, <A* AeaJ, 7. 

4. 4, 3. 1. 17. 

biv, ovoc, o (.-T/?O>), one icho 

cares for another, a friend, 3. 

1. 17. ^ 

^w, Krjcijffw, KtKi)$a, Act. /o 
trouble ; Mid. to care /or, 
with gen. 7. 5. 5. 

KjjptW, ov, ro (k-jjodc), a honey- 
comb, 4. 8. 20. 

KrjpvKiov, ov, TO (o";pu), a 
herald's wand, Lat. cadvceus, 
usually represented with two 
serpents twisted round it, 5. 
7. 30. 

K7pu, v:oc, , a herald, 2. 2. 20, 
3. 1. 46, &c. 

Kijpurrw or Kippvom*, vw, *:*://- 
pi))(a, KtKripv-yfjMi, to proclaim, 
announce, impers. sc. ci}pi', 
proclamation is made, 3. 4. 
36; inf. 4. 1. 13, 6.2. 15. 



78 



t a o 8 co p o < 



.Of 2/0)1/60) 



), Cephisodorvs, a Greek 
captain, 4. 2. 13. 



Cephisophon, an Athenian, 4. 

2. 13. 

Kt/Swrtov, ou, , a fa>ar, cAef, 7. 

5. 14, dim. fr. ic/8wrof. 
KtXma, ac, r/, Cilicia, a district 

in Asia Minor, divided into r; 

opiri7 or rpa^fla, Cilicia tra- 

chcea, rocky Cilicia, and f/ K. 

jro"mc, Cilicia campestris, the 

fiat Cilicia, 1. 2. 21. K.Xif, 

tieoc, o, a Ctlician, fern. Kt- 

Xiirira, 1. 2. 16. 
Kifdvpevai, evff<a r &c. (ifivJuyoe), 

to incur danger, run a risk, 

1. 1. 4; ace and inf. 5. 6. 

19. 
Kivfovoc, ov, o, danger, risk, 

KivZvvog Ion, with inf., 2. 5. 

17, 5. 1. 6, 9. 21 ; with tf 

and conj., 7. 7. 31. 
KIKCW, ?j<Tta>, &c. (f/w), to move, 

3. 4. 28, 6. 2. 27, 4. 5. 13. 
Kirroc, ov, 6, iyy r Lat. hedera, 

5. 4. 12. 

KXeayopac, ov, o (icXe'oe, glory, 

ayopa), Cleagoras, a painter 

in Athens^ 7. 8. 1. 
KAccuVerof, ow, 6 (cXc'oc, atvwu), 

Clecenetus, 5. 1. 17. 
KXe'av^poc, ou, 6 (rXcec, di'7/p), 

Gleander, a Spartan harmost, 

6. 4. 5, 7. 2. 6, 1. 8. 
KXeai'Wp, opoci o ((fXe'oc, ar^p), 

Cleanor, a Greek general, 3. 

1. 47, 2. 4, 7. 5. 10. 
KXtaperoc, ou, o (K-\OC> apfr//), or 

KXtoparog, Clearetus, 5. 7. 
14, 16. 

KAfap^oc, ou, 6 (<cXe'oc, apx>/), 
Clearchus, the most famous 
of the Greek generals, 1. 1. 9, 

2. 6. 1, 2. 5. 32. 



KXtlflpov, ou r rti cew a 
or bar, 7.1.17, 



\etf.tui and -afiai, to shut, 7. 1. 

36. 
KXeVrw, vXfi^w, KfK\o<j>a, KK\t/ji- 

/ia, to stea/, 4. 6. 14, 15, 

16, &c. 
KXewvu/xof, ou r o (/cXeof, ovoyua), 

Cleonymus, a Spartan, 4. 1. 18. 



, 4. 5. 25. 

ic, / (fcXtVw), a couch, 
bed, 4. 4. 21. 

^ (icXfTrrw), a <Ae/, 

4. 6. 14. 

KXwTrtuw, two), to steal, 5. 9. 1, 

from 

KXwv//, cXwwoc, 6 (cXfvrw)| o 
je/, 4. 6. 17. 

, aoc and ouc r TO (re'^oc, a 
cloud), twilight, dawn, 4. 5. 9. 
'^^/c, l2oc r ^ (KC^/II), </ie shin- 
bone), a greave, legging, 1. 2. 
16, &c. 

^> concha, a mussel, 

5. 3. 8. 

Koy)(uXtarj;c, ou, 6, sc. X0oc, 
shelly-marble, 3. 4. 10. 

KotXoff, i>, ov, hollow, 5. 4. 31. 

Kot/zuw, r/<7o, &c. (k'fi/iut), to put 
to sleep ; Mid. to /a// asleep, 

4. 3. 2. 

}, ov (avt'}, common ; ro 
*:oti'oi', <7te community, 5. 6. 
27 ; OTTO fc-otrov, af ?/ie public 
expense, 4. 7. 27, 5. 1. 12; 
the public council, 5. 7. 17 r 18. 

W7W, &C. (/COtl/Of), to 

common; Mid. to consult, 

5. 10. 15, 5. 6. 27 ; to cem- 
municate, 5, 6. 36. 

?<rw, &c. (icoivwi'dc), 
to to;A:e part, share, rti'o'c, in 
anything ; riW, with a person, 
7. 6. 28. 



Kpeas 



oc, ov, 6 (wxi'oc), a sparer, 

partner, 7. 2. 38. 
Ko<pard3jc, ou, 6, Coeratades, a 

Theban, 7. 1. 33. 
Kolroi, wi', ot, the C&tce, a 

people in Pontus, 7. 8. 25. 
KoXdw, d<7u>, KtKo\a(Tfj.at (ro- 

Xdw), to punish, 2. 6. 9, 5.' 13. 
Ko'Xa<re, twc, >/ (*:oXdw), punish- 

ment, 7. 7. 24. 
KoXoffffa/, Sir, at, Colossce, a 

town in Phrygia, 1. 2. 6. 
Ko\)(i'c, /3c, ;, Colchis, a coun- 

try at the eastern extremity 

of the Black Sea, 4. 8. 23, 5. 

3. 2. K6\x ot i th 6 people, Z^e 

Colchians, 4. 8. 8. 
KoXoij'oc, ov, o = coXwi'7, collis, 

a mound, cairn, 4. 7. 25. 
Ko/ua>><a, ap, /, Comania, a 

castle in Mysia, 7. 8. 15. 
ff, fjc, }} (k-ojutw), convey- 

ance. 5. 1. 11. 
ofjii^u, law, Att. tw, &c. (coyuto), 

to fetch, bring, convey ; Mid. 

to come, return, 3. 2. 26, 5. 4. 

1, 5. 20. 
oytdroc, TJ, oV (covt'a, dust), 

plastered, 4. 2. 22. 
oyjoproc, oS, 6 (vortc, o 

a cfcwrf of dust, 1. 8. 8. 



ou, 6, dung, 1. 6. 1. 

*fo'i^w ? KfKotpa 
to ctt^ down, Itrfya, 4. 8. 2 ; 
to knock at (from the out- 
side), \Lo<j>ew, from the inside, 
7ri/\ac, 7. 1. 16 ; to slaughter, 
2. 1. 6. 

Jp^, fjc, v? maiden, 4. 5. 9. 
pffuirr/, j;c, /, Corsote, a town 
in Mesopotamia, 1. 5. 4. 

, o, o, Cory las, a Pa- 
phlagoni;m, 5. 5. 12, 22. 

jc, j^| (cfc'puc), top, sum- 
mit, 4. 2. 20. 



79 



, a(, tj, Coronea, a town 
in Boeotia, where Agesilaus 
defeated the allied Greeks, 
B.C. 394, 5. 3. 6. 

t'w, rjfftii, &C. (Kofffinc), to 
order, arrange, 3. 2. 36 ; to 
dress, adorn, 1. 9. 23. 

, oc, o^, or a, ov (KOIT/IOC), 
orderly, under good discipline, 

6. 4. 32. 

, ov, o, order, an orna- 
ment, 1. 9. 3; hence, the world. 
Tvwpa, atv, TO., Cotyora, a town 
in Pontus, 5. 5. 3 ; Koruwpf- 
TIJC, an inhabitant, 5. 5. 6. 

, rj, oi', light, not heavy, 
1. 5. 10 ; adv. KOV^UQ, 6. 

1. 5. 

Kpaw, KKpaopat, Ketcftaya, to 
cry out, 2 aor. tK-pdyor, 7. 8. 15. 

Kpayoe, toe, TO (icpac, capa, <A 
head), a helmet, 1. 2. 16. 

Kparew, ^<rw, &c. (rparoc), to 
rule, prevail over, conquer, 3. 

2. 26,2.1. 10; rii'dc, 2. 5. 7, 

7. 2. 25 ; get possession of, 7. 
3. 3 ; to Wd, 5. 6. 7, with ace. 

Kparjjp, ijipoc, 6 (Kfpavrvpt), a 
goblet, a large bowl, 4. 5. 26. 

Kpanoroc, rj, or, superl. from 
vparuc, used as superl. ot 
dyaOoe, the strongest, best, 
noblest, 1. 9. 2, 18 r &c.; icpd- 
THTTOV iffjuy, most for our 
benefit, 3. 4. 41, 6. 1. 13 ; 
adv. KpariOTa, f). 2. 11, 3. 
2. 6. 

Kpdroc, tot, TO (icpfic), strength, 
KOTO. Kparoy, \vith all one's 
might, 1. 9. 18, 7.7.7 ; so ava 
fc-pdrof, 1. 10. 15 ; tXawrety, 
to 7*/rfe at full gallop r 1. 8. 1. 

Kpavyj'/, ^c, J (icpd^w) r a shout, 
1. 5. 12. 

Kpt'ac, droff or wc> r 
often pi. ro orpe'a, 1. 5. 2. 



8o 



wi', ov, or 

comp. of K'parve used as comp. 

of uyafloc, better, stronger, 

nobler, more powerful ; ace. 

m. or f. KpetTTcva, upsirTtit, 2. 

2. 10, &c. 
KptfiayntfH) atrut, KiKpifiaa^iai, 

to hang up ; Mid. to hang, 

and Kplfjiapai, Kpt^tjffop.ai, t<p" 

t7r7ru>j', on horses, 3. 2. 19 ; 

op/j (impendebant), 4. 1. 2. 
Kpiirn, TJC, / (EK, ps'"'), a /OMrt- 

tain, 1. 2. 13, 6. 4. 4. 
Kpr/;r/e, <2oc, /, Lat. crepldo, 

foundation, basement, 3. 4. 7. 
Kpj/r, Kpijrof, o, a Cretan. The 

Cretans were famous archers, 

1. 2. 9, 3. 3. 7. 

Kpiti;, ?7c, >;, barley, often pi., 1. 

2. 22, 3. 4. 31 ; adj. is 
Kpititvoc, r), or, made of barley, 

4. 5. 31 ; oIVop, ieer, or, as 
some think, whisky, 4. 5. 26. 

Kp/i'w, rpu'w, KfKptKn, KfKptpai, 
to judge, try, 6. 4. 16; distin- 
guish, 1. 9. 30 ; consider, 
with ace. and inf., 1. 9. 5, 20, 
28, etc. 

Kpioc, ov, o, a ram, 2. 2. 9. 



1. 6. 5, 6. 4. 20. 

ou, TO, or 
e />pz7 q/' i/te eye, and 

pint), to closet}, an onion, 7. 1. 

37. 
Kport'w, J'/<T<>, etc. (k-poroc, cpouw), 

fo strike =-Kpovbi, Kpovata, etc., 

5. 9. 10, 4. 5. 18. 
Kpo-oc, ov, o, a noise produced 

by striking, 5. 9. 13. 
KpwTrrw, Kpv\l/u), KfKpv^a, KfKWf.1- 

fj.ai, 2 aor. pass, e^pvftrjv, to 

conceal, TWO. n, 1. 9. 19, 1. 

4. 12, 5. 9. 18. 
Kpw/3?iXor, ov, !>, a knot of hair 

on a helmet, 5. 4. 13. 



Krao^cu, :r';<TOjuai, KKTT)[ICII and 

tKTTjpat, to acquire, jiossess, 1. 

7. 3, &c.; get, make, 2. 6.26, 

5. 5. 17. 
Krttj'w, Krej'tD, IKTOI'CI, ter&Kti 

and tkTayica, 2 aor. e/crdrov, 

to fa7/, s/ay, 2. 5. 32. 
Kri//ua, aroc, ro (crao/iat), ^)ro- 
, 7. 7. 41. 

, toe, T-O (kTao/uat), pi. 
, fteas^s o/ burden, 4. 5. 

25. 
KTJ<TI'UC, ov, o (icraojuat), Ctesiafi, 

Artaxerxes' physician, 1. 8. 

26. 



ov, 

a steersman, Lat. gubernator, 
5. 8. 20. 



somerset, 6. 1. 9. 
Ku^)-oc, ou, o, Cydnns, a river 

in Cilicia, 1. 2. 23. 
Kviio;/oc, rit ov, of or from Cyzi- 

cus (Kut*;oe, ov, ;, a town in 

Arctonnesus in the Propontis). 

6 Kuo;i'oe (orar>/p) was a 

gold coin equal to 28 Attic 

drachmae, or 1 2s. 9d., 5. 6. 

23, 10. 4, 7. 3. 10. 
Kuk-\oc, ov, 6, a circle, a ring, 3. 

4. 7, 5. 7. 2 ; KvK\h>, in a 

circle, 7. 8. 18; round about, 

3. 1. 12 ; >/ KVK\(I) -)^iopa, the 

country round, 5. 6. 20, 3. 5. 

14; hence 
KwXdw, JKTW, &c., to surround, 

1. 8. 13, 4. 2. 15, 6. 2. 20 ; 

and 
KuvAwirtc, twc, v, a surrounding, 

encircling, 1. 8. 23. 
KvXtrow, and n/Xt^ew, and KI;- 

Xfw, cwXtj'SjjiTw, and KvXirrw. 

KfKvXifTfiai, to roll, 4. 2. 20, 8. 

28, 5. 2. 31. 

oroc, ro (K'IIW, ?0 swell), 

a wave. 



Rui/iV/eos" - 

), Cyniscus, 



-Aavdavco 



81 



ov, o {KVUV), uyntscus, obtain by lot, 4. 5. 24, to get, 
a Spartan, 7. 1. 13. 3. 1. 11. 

virapitraivoc or irnvog, ij, ov, of' Aoywf, o>, o, a hare, 4. 5. 24. 
cypress ((Ci/7rapiff<roc), 5. 3. Aa0pa, adv. (Xa&s/, XarOavw), 
12. secretly, without the knowledge 

of, Tivot, 1. 3. 8, al. \ciOpu. 
AaKijjaipoviof, a, or, adj. from 
\aKtcai p.uv, ovog, r\ (\CIKKOS " a 
hollow "), Lacedarmon, or 
Sparta, in the Peloponnesus, 1. 
1. 9, 4. 3, 7. 1. 25. 
Aaiciroc, ov, o, a hole, pit, vat, 
Lat, lacus, 4. 2. 22. 

w (Xa, adv. twYA </*c 
s), to zc, 3. 2. 18. 
, oj>'oc, o, a Laconian, 
Spartan, 5. 1. 15 ; and the adj. 
is 

mewtctfcs '/ o''> Lficonian, 4. 1. 
18. 

ivw, \ii\l/Ofjai, i't\r)<t>n, ii~ 
i, 2 aor. eAa/Boi', to to:ie, 
se/ze, 2. 1. 10, 3. 4. 49, &c. ; 
/nrf, catch, 1. 1. 6, 2. 3. 21, 
&c. ; receive, 1. 9. 22, 3. 4. 8; 
Mid. take hold of, nyu T-J/C 
Cwvijc, 1. 6. 10. 
idfjirpof, a, ov (XapTTw), bright, 

illustrious, 7. 7. 41, hence 
lapirpoTnc, T^TOC, i], brightness, 
pat, to hinder, nva rivoc, 1. 

6. 2, 4. 8. 5, &c., with inf. 1. 

7. 19, 4. 3. 3, 7, 4. 7. 5. 

Kw^i/ip^;c, ou, 6 (Ktopq, ap^w), a 

village chief, 4. 5. 10. 
Kupr), jjc, v (cti^at), a village : 

r<i;ju//rrjc, ow, o, a villager, 4. 

5. 24. 

KWTTJ, ijc, / (KOTTTOJ or icarrrw, 
capio), an oar, 6. 2. 2. 



v\frit>, Ktw<J>a, to stoop, 
compd. with tVt, 4. 5. 32. 

Kvptoc, a, ov, and oc, ov (cvpoc, 
power), having power, 5. 7. 
27. 

Kvpoc, ov, o (from 0Ar, Persian 
for the sun), Cyrus b vfo/rtpoc, 
Me Younger, the second of the 
two sons of Darius Nothus and 
Parysatis, died at Cunaxa B.C. 
401, Sept 7th, 1. 8. 27, etc. 
Cyrus the Elder, 6 waXcuoc or 
apxa/oc, defeated Aatyages, and 
became king of the Medea and 
Persians 559 B.C. ; conquered 
Croesus, king of Lydia, 546 
B.C.. and was killed 529, 1. 9. 

1. Adj. 

Kvpfioe, a, of, of or belonging 
to Cyrus ; ot Kvptlot, the. fol- 
lowers of Cyrus, 1. 10. 1, 3. 

2. 17, 7. 2. 7. 

Ki<a>v, A:i/vdc, 6, and /;, a dog, 3. 
2.35. 



w. X?/o/iat, ft 
, 2 aor. 



1. 2. 18. 

w. \i\ufi~u, to 
shine, 3. 1. 11, 12. 

c, ;, 6i', adj. from 
. ou, //, Lampsacus, a 
town in Mysia, 7. 8. 1, 3. 

, \t\T)Oa, \i\rj<7- 
pui, 2 aor. A0i', to /ie Az'rf, 
escape notice; Mid. to forget', 
5. 9. 18, 4. 1. 3; with part. 
Tpe'fHJfj.ivov i\ai'dave, was 
secretly supported, 1. 1. 9, 10, 
1. 3. 17, 4. 2. 7; A//,^ 
iirt-fffuvrtc, we shdll fall on 
them unawares, 7. 3. 43, 6. 1. 
22. 



82 



Adpicro-a Aoyoy 



t, ;c> i),* Larissa, a town 
in Assyria, 3. 4. 7. 

Acifftoe, a, ov (cf. ca<rve), rough, 
bushy, 5. 2. 29, 6. 2. 26. 

Aafyvpot', ov, ro (Xairra;, Xaxra^w, 
to plunder), spoils, 6. 4. 38, 
seldom sing. ; hence 

AcKpvpoTrwXt'w, T/ffa;, to sell booty, 
6. 4. 38. 

An^>vpo7rwX7;e, ov, 6, a seller of 
booty, 7. 7. 56. 

Aaj^oe, oe, ro (Xay^avw), a lot 
or s/iare, 5. 3. 9, 6. 1. 2. 

Ae'yw, Xtw, Xe'Xey^tat, to sa?/, 
perf. / Aave said, etpij/ca, 2 aor. 
tlTroi' (but eiXo^a, ttXeyjuat, to 
gather), vpog, 2. 5. 25, 7. 7. 
15; tie, 5. 6. 28; ', 5. 7.10; 
dta, 2. 3. 17 ; on, 1. 2. 21, 5. 
9. 23 ; ace. and inf. 5. 7. 34, 
1. 8. 6, 4. 1. 3, 1. 3. 8; to 
speak, speak of, to mention, 1. 
2.11,1.5. 15,3. 1.26; Xeyo- 
/tti'oe, so'd to oe, considered, 
1. 10. 2, 5. 6. 4, 1. 6. 1. 

Aet'cr, ac, >; (Xdw, to take), booty, 
plunder, 7. 4. 2. 

Aft/iwr, wvoe, 6 (Xt/3w, to water), 
a meadow, 5. 3. 11. 

Aeioo, a, or, smooth, free from 
stones and bushes, 4. 4. 1, 
with dig.=Lat. levis. 

Atiirw, \ei\l>w, Xe'XotTra, XfXetju- 
pai, 2 aor. eXtiror, to feave, 
1. 2. 21, 1. 10. 13, 4. 2. 7, 
&c. ; ouOf 7rXr/9et ij/jwv Xfi^- 
flf'iTfc, o< iet'n^ inferior to 
us in numbers, 7. 7. 31 ; to 
teave feAind, 4. 5. 12, 7. 3. 
43. 

a, oy, verbal fr. Xt'yw, 
5. 6. 6. 

t, wv, of, Leontlm, a 



town in Sicily ; adj. 

TI, ov, 2. 6. 16. 
AsvKodiapaS,, aKog, o, ij, wearing a 

white corselet, 1. 8. 9. 
AevKo'e, TI, ov (Xow, Xevo-ffw, to 

see), white; Lat. lux, luceo, 7. 

3.26. 
Arjyw, Xi7$w (Xt'yw), to end, 7. 6. 

6 ; cease, 3. 1. 9, 4. 5. 4. 
Aijt'w, better Xjto^iat, iiao^ai, 

\e\ti'ifff*ai (\tia), to plunder, 

ravage, 6. 4. 27, 5. 9. 1, 5. 1. 

9, 7. 3. 31, 4. 8. 23. 
Ai/poe, ov, o, silly talk, nonsense, 

7. 7. 41. 
Aytrreia, ac, Jj (Xf to), plundering, 

robbery, 7. 7. 9, from 
Aj/arqc, ov, o (Xe/a), a robber, 

plunderer, 5. 9. 8. 
A/ap, adv. too much, 5. 9. 28, 7. 

6.23. 
Aidlvoc, TI, ov (\iQog), made of 

stone, 3. 4. 7. 
At' Owe, ov, 6 (Xaw, to take), a 

stone, 3. 4. 10, 5. 4. 23, 4. 2. 

4, 5. 2. 14. 
At;ijji', cVoc, 6, a harbour, 6. 

2. 1. 
At/ioc, ov, 6 (XtVrw, to ta eager 

or XE/TTW), hunger, 2. 5. 19, 7. 

4. 5, 1. 5. 5, 2. 2. 11. 
Ati/ovc, ?j, ov>', contr. for XtVeoc, 

made of linen, \ivov, 4. 7. 

15. 
Aoyt'o^iat, i<ro/j.ai, and tov^iat, 

XeXoytff^at (Xoyoc), to count, 

consider, 2. 2. 13. 
Aoyc, ov, 6 (Xg'yoi), a word, 2. 

5. 16, 2. 6. 4, 5. 10. 10 ; tie 
Xdyovc, to a conference, 2. 5. 
4, 3. 1. 29, a report, I. 4. 7, 

6. 4. 13, narrative, 2. 1. 1, 3. 
1. 1, &c. 



Mr. Layard identifies Larissa (perhaps corrupted for Al-Assur or A1-Resen> with 
Kimroni, the ancient JJiueveb, where so many interesting remains were found. 



A o y x r) A v TT e'eo 



7, rjc, >i, a spear-head, lance, 
1.8.8, 2. 2. 9, &c. 

, '//ITM (Xot'copoc), to rail 
at, abuse, Act. ace. 7. 5. 11 ; 
Mid. dat. 

AotTrdv, /, ov (X';rw), remaining, 
the rest, Lat. reliquus, 4. 2. 
14 ; Tropeia, 5. 1.2; // \onri] 
(of>de), 3. 4. 46 ; ro Xotirdi', 
/ie remaining part, 4. 7. 6 ; ot 
XoiTToi, 4. 3. 30, 6. 2. 26; 
XotTroV /jot etTrtli', t< remains 
for me to say, 3. 2. 29 ; ro 
Xotirdr, the rest, 3. 4. 6, 16 ; 
henceforward. 3. 2. 8, 38, 5. 
1. 2, 2. 2. 5, &c., so also gen. 
row XOITTOV, 5. 7. 34, 6. 2. 11. 

Aocpdc, ov, o, a Locrian ; the 
Locrians were divided into, 
(1) ot 'E,iriKfr)fj[iEirii, on the 
Malic Gulf round Mount Kne- 
mis; (2) ot 'OTrovrriot, on the 
Eubcean Sea, chief town Opus ; 
(3) ot 'O^dXat (o^etr, to smell 
from mephitie exhalations, or 
o^oi, branches of the vine), 
bordering on ^Etolia ; Aonfiui 
ot 'ETrt^t^vptot, a colony in 
Italy on Mount Zephyrion. 

Aovortdrjjc, ov, 6, an inhabitant 
of 

Aovoroi, >v, ot, Lusi, a town in 
N. Arcadia, 7. 6. 40. 

Ad^>oe, ou, 6 (XtVw, / peel=the 
back of the neck peeled by the 
yoke), a hill, = yri\o(j)oc, 1. 10. 
12,=<l*:pwrvx'<* o'pouc, 3. 4.38, 
39,=^ a< 7rdc, 4. 2. 10, 14. 

lead a Xd^oe or company, 5. 9. 
30, and 

Aoxay'o, n c, '/, the rank or office 
of Xoxctydc, 1. 4. 15, 3. 1. 
30, from 

captain ; below him were the 

G 



and 

)(ot, above him the (rr 

and ralt'apxot, 7. 2. 36, 4. 1. 

26, &c. 

Ao-)(trr)c, ov, 6 (Xd^oe), one of the 
same Xdxe, a comrade, fellow 
soldier, 6. 4. 7, 17. 

?, ov, o (Xe'yw, to gather), u 
company (Lat. centuria) of 
about one hundred men, 1. 2. 
25, 3. 4. 21 ; Xd^ot <f>v\uK( <, 
companies on guard, 6. 3. 9. 

Au&a, ac, >/, Lydia in Asia 
Minor, capital Sardis, 1. 9. 7, 
7. 8. 7 ; adj. Av^toc, , o< , 
Lydian, 1. 5. 6 ; subst. Aucdt, 
oO, , a Lydian, 3. 1. 3], 

Avcatoc,', o, ov, Lyccean, from 
Mount Lycffius in Arcadia ; 
ra Auiw-ata t6v<T, celebrated 
the festival of the Lycwafc 
Jove, 1.2. 10, from \VKOC, Lat. 
lupus, Lupercalia. 

Aianorec, wi', ot, the inhabitants 
of 

Avcaorta, ac, j; (Auicawi'), i//- 
caonia in Asia Minor, 1. 2. It). 

A&teMPj ow, rd (Xv(oc, epithet 
of Apollo, Xwcij = ZMS;), /A 
Lyceum, a place of public re- 
sort in Athens, where Aristotle 
taught, 7. 8. 1. 

Aicoc, ov, b (AUKOC), Lycius, 
(I) an Athenian, 3. 3. 20, 4. 3. 
22 ; (2) a Syracusan, 1. 10. 14. 
, ov, 6, the Lycus, a river 
in Bithynia, 5. 10. 3. 
UKOC, ov, b, a wolf, 2. 2. 9. 
VKIDT, hiftif, b, Lycon, an 
Achaean, 5. 6. 27, 4. 7. 8. 

tai'ovfjiai, \t\v- 
, 1 aor. i\vitavdr)>', to 
injure, mar, 1. 3. 16. 

AuTrt'w, J/ITW, &c. (Xu^jj), to pain, 
distress, grieve, hurt, 2. 3. 23, 
5. 2. 26 ; Mid, 1. 3. & 

2 



84 



AU/TJJ, r)c, ij, grief, sorrow, 3. 

1. 3. 

AvTTjjpoc, a, ov (XUTTIJ), painful, 
troublesome, 2. 5. 13, 7. 7. 28. 

Avo-t-eXt'w, freq. impers. Xvcri- 
rtXt't (Xvw, 7Xoc)> it is profit- 
able, better, 3. 4. 36. 

Avaaa, yc, i], Att. Xurra, ra<70, 
/wry, madness, 5. 7. 26. 

Avw, Xi/ffw, XeXvKa, XlXv/jiai, to 
loose, release, Lat. solvere, 4. 
3. 8, 4. 6. 2, &c.; to break 
down, Lat. rescindere, yityvpav, 

2. 4. 17 ; to break, opwvc, 3. 
%. 10 ; ffTrovMg, vfipiv, viro- 
i^iav, 3. 1. 21 ; Mid. to ran- 
som, redeem, 7. 8. 6. 

A<>w', Xwwv, Xwoj' (Xw, / wish), 
better, 3. 1. 7, &c.; cf. Lat. 
optimus, opto. 

Awro</myot, w', ot (Xwroe, t(f>a- 
yoi'), Lotus-eaters the lotus 
was a shrub that grew on 
the coast of Libya, the fruit 
of which was so pleasant to 
the taste that those who ate of 
it had no desire to return 
home=^e jujube, Horn. Od. 
9. 94, 3. 2. 25. 

A <L> I/HI (i, ?/ffw (Xo^>or, the neck 
freed from the yoke), to 
slacken, abate, 4. 7. 6, ubi 
lapides non amplius deji- 
cientur. 



M 

Ma, one of the particles of ad- 
juration, neither affirmative nor 
neg. in itself, gov. the ace. pa 
roue Ofovc, by the gods, 1. 4. 
8 ; via pu, yes, by, 5. 8. 6. 

Mayadic, i^c, or tc, twc, ?/, a 
m<irjadis, a harp with twenty 
strings, 7. 3. o'2. 



, o, a Magnesian ; 

Magnesia was in Thessaly, 

hence magnet, 5. 9. 7. 
Maiavtipoc, ov, v, the Mceander, a 

river in Ionia and Phrygia, 1. 

2. 5, 7 y hence meander. 
Mat i'0/Jiai, ^avovfini r fjilpr)i'a, with 

pres. meaning, 1 aor. act. s/i^a r 

2 aor. pass, ip&rriv, to be mad, 

rage, 2. 5. 10. 
Matrracir/e, ov, 6, Mcesades, king 

of Thrace, father of Seuthes, 

7.2.32,5.1. 

t'trai (^uaKap, happy\ 

to regard as happy, 3. 1. 19. 
f, fi, uvj envied T TTX- 

Xo7c, % many, 1. 9. 6. 
MaK<rr>e and Mactorioc, ov, o, 

an inhabitant of Macestus, a 

town in Elis, 7. 4. 16. 
Monroe, ci, or, comp. 

and /jLutTtrwy, sup. 

and /jf}Kt(7rog (JUOKOC or 

length), large, great, long, bloc, 

2. 2. 11; fy>a, 6. 2. 2; 

pciKporepov, farther, 3. 4. 16 ; 

on /jLaKpoTarrff, sc. otSov, as 

/ar as possible, 1. 8. 20 ; 

/jaKpav, a long way, 3. 4. 17 r 

42. 
MaXa, /zaXXoi', yuaXtora, much, 

more, most, yuaXa av^voi, very, 

5. 4. 18, 3. 4. 15 ; ow yuaXa TI, 

by no means, 2. 6. 15 ; paXXor 

if^ov, more than myself, 7. 3. 

30, with comp. 4. 6. 11, 7. 4. 

12, e.Ka.T()v naXiara, about one 

hundred, 5. 4. 12, 6. 2. 3 ; 

puXiffTa, with superl. 7. 2. 22. 
MaXa/a'o/*u<, iaopai (^aXa^cc, 

so/i), to ie sq/i!, become indo- 

lent, 5. 8. 14. 



2 aor. t/mathv (fj^Otu), to learn, 
5. 2. 25, 3. 2. 25, 2. 5. 37, 4, 

8. 5. 



Meyas 1 



MavTE/a, ae, / (/uarrtg), a pre- I 
diction, an oracle, 3. 1. 7. 



^at (^aiTic), to prophesy, con- 
sult an oracle ; hence 

MavTuroc, q, or, advised by the 
oracle, 5. 9. 22. 

Marrireif, a>v, ot, Mantineans, 
natives of Mantinea, a town in 
Arcadia, where Epaminondas 
died victorious, 5, 9. 11. 

Movrtc, ewe, o (jiuivo^ai, to 
wye), a priest, a soothsayer, 
seer, 1. 7. 18, &c. 

Mapco woi, toy, oj, the Mardonians, 
or Mardi, Ma'pcoi, a people in 
Armenia, 4. 3. 4. 

MujO(ai'viW, wv, o, the Marian- 
dyni, a people in Bithynia, 5. 
10. 1. 

Ma'p<7t7roc, ov, o, or [tdpffiiriroz, or 
pap<n/7Toc, a Sa<7 ; Lat. mar- 
supium ; Eng. marsupial, 4. 
3. 11. 

Mapirwac, ov, 6, Marsyas, a 
Satyr, who was killed by 
Apollo, after being beaten in 
a musical contest, 1. 2. 8 ; a 
river in Phrygia, 1 . 2. 8. 

Maprvpt'w, ?'/<TM (^a'pri/e), &C. to 
be a witness, bear witness, 
testify, 7- 6,39,3.3.^12. 

Maprwptor, ow, TO (/japrve), a 
testimony, proof, 3. 2. 13. 

Ma'pruc, vpoc, o (^apij, a hand?), 
a witness; Eng. martyr, 7. 7. 
39. 

Mapwj/fiY/jc, ow, 6, a Alaronite, a 
native of Mapwvtta, Maronea, 
a town in Thrace, 7. 3. 16. 

Matrcdc, a, o, Mascas, a river in 
Mesopotamia, 1. 5. 4. 

Ma<T7Euw, <rw (/udw), to eei', 
strive, with inf. 3. 1. 43. 

Maori-yew, O'^TW (^d(rrt), to z'n- 
z'ef stripes, flog, 4. 6. 15. 



Ma<m, tyoc, / (//aw, pdff<rtti, to 

strike}, a whip, viro 

under the lash, 3. 4. 25. 
Mairroc, ou, 6 (/jaovrw, to touch), 

the breast, 1. 4. 17, 4. 3. 6 ; a 

round hill, Eng. j?/j, 4. 2. 6, 

&c. 
Marcuoc, a, oi',and oc, ov (/ca 

foolish, vain, 7. 6, 17, 
Max fl *P a i c, ^ (/'"X'?)' 

swo?-d, a sabre, 1. 8. 7, 4. 6. 

26, 7. 2. 30 ; the straight 

sword was fr'^oc. 
Max'-p to 'S ov, ro, dim. of ^10- 

Xaipa, a sAor^ sabre, knife, 

4. 7. 16. 

a^Jj, Jjc, >;, fight, battle, ri]y 

paxyt' viKHv, 2. 1. 4, the 

battle-field, 2. 2. 6, o. 5. 4. 

, TJ, ov (/L/axj), ^< /or 

battle, warlike, 7. 8. 13. 



to fight, 

Tiri, with one, L 5. 9, 5. 5. 
13 ; <rwv rti'(, tre company with 
one, 6. 1. 13. 

Mya/3voc, ou, c, Megabyzus, 
the guardian of the temple of 
Diana at Ephesus, 5. 3. 6. 



pevw), to boast, talk big, 6. 1. 
18. 



En-ft), magnificent, adv. /*- 
7rwc, iffrepoi', <rra-, 

supl. 7. 3. 19, t ^e nzo^f 

splendid manner; fci'iZsiv, 7. 

6.3. 
MfyaXwc, adv. from /ieyac, 3. 2. 

22. 
MEyapEwc, e'wc, <>, a Megarian, a 

native of Megara, the capital 

of Megaris in Central Greece, 

1. 2. 3. 
Mt'yac, fjtya\rj, /tiya, gen. pt- 

yaXov, jc, ow, eomp. pit fay, 



sup. ptyiirrog, great, vast, 
large, 2. 6. 17; loud, ftori, 4. 

7. 23 ; towering, 6a\nrra, 5. 

8. 20 ; fuyiora, of the greatest 
importance, 5. 7. 33 ; TO per 
fiiyiaror, chiefly, what is most 
important, 1. 3. 10, 5. 6. 29 ; 
flios valuable, powerful, 2. 5. 
14,3.2.10,7.1.21. 

Mfya<j>f'pi'i7t;, ov, o, Megaphern.es, 

a Persian, 1. 2. 20. 
Me'yefloe, tot-, TO (jutyac), 3Z2e, 

greatness, 2. 3. 15. 
MetUjuvoe, ow, 6 (/zc'So/icu, &e 
careful), a medimnus, the Attic 
corn- measure, about twelve 
English gallons=forty-eight 

C) 5. 9. 15, 10. 3. 
, j'/crw, tiara, tlpm, 1 aor. 

, to send away 
), 7. 4. 10. 



fjLt6iaTaf.iai, 2 aor. 

(/uera, i<rrjy/jt), Act. to remove, 

2. 3. 8 ; Neut. to stand apart, 

2. 3. 21. 

JYI0vopive, E'WC, o (/Jt'ra, v?wp), 

a Methydrian, an inhabitant 

of Methydrium, a town in 

Arcadia, 4. 1. 27. 
Alfflvw, v<rw (fiiOv, pure wine, 

Lat. merum), to be drunk, 4. 

8. 20, 7. 3. 35. 
tw', greater, comp. of /ue'yac. 
a, ov (f*t\i, honey}, 

mild, gentle, gracious, Zewc, 7. 

8. 4. 
'MnnnKior, ov, TO (p.eipa^.\ a 

yoking man, a boy about four- 

teen,' 2. 6. 16. 
Me/M/m, aroc, TO (/4Ciow, fjifiwv, 

less), a lessening, a fine, 5. 8. 1. 
ME/UV, wy, ov, comp. of fjitKpOG, 

smaller, less, worse, inferior, 

3. 2. 17; ntlov t\eu; to have 
the disadvantage, have the 



worst of it, 1. 10. 8, 3. 4. 

18. 
MeXui^E'Trrcu, Sv, o't, the Melan- 

deptce, more frequently MtXaj- 

2?rcu r the Melanditce, the in- 

habitants of Melandia in 

Thrace, 7. 2. 32. 
MtXuvia, ae, /jj (/ue'Xac), a black- 

ness, 1. 8. 8. 
Me'Xac, pe\atva, pe\av, comp. 

sup. 
;, 4. 5. 13, 15. 



V concerng, it is a care to, 
>oi, 1.4. 16; 0w, 5.3. 13; 
, 1.4. 16, 1.8! 13, 7.7. 44. 
jj7w, &c. (/if'XEt), ft/ 
practise ; ToewEU', shooting, 3, 
4. 17. 

sXtrT/poCi a, v (yutXeraw), prac- 
tising diligently, 1 . 9. 5. 
iXii'T), we, >/, millet, panicum / 
PI. 6. 2. 6, 2. 4. 13. 

ot, we, ol (neXivr), 
fyayw), millet-eaters, a peopk 
in Thrace, 7. 5. 12. 
Mt'XXw, pe\\{]ffti> {fjieXei), to be 
about, intend, delay ; oppiiv, 3. 

1. 8; ayr, 5. 7. 5,1. 8. 1, 
7. 4. 9, 3. 3. 16, 2. 1. 3, 3. 4. 
37, with fut. inf. 2. 4. 24, 
7. 8. 3, 5. 6. 12, 1. 9. 28, 4. 
7. 16, 3. 1. 2, 2. 6. TO, 7. 7. 
1 ; ro yuc'XXov, the future, 5. 9- 
21. 

Mf'/j^>o^iae, fit^o/^at, to blamf, 
find fault with, TIVU, 7. 6. 39, 

2. 6. 30. 

fV (neut. of tic, tv=f*ft'), in 
the first place, on the one hand, 
correlative of If (Ivo, lio>\ 
in the second place, on tht 
other hand, 3. 3. 7, 4. 3. 14, 
&c. ; ^aXoc fJttv /ityag 5' ov, 
4. 4. 3 ; pi v o^/wc ci, 1. 3. 
21 ; 6 uiv 6 5e, the one the 



M 



V T I 



other, pi. some others, 1. 10.4, 
5. 4. 12; fjtiv filv $E E, 
3. 1. 43, with fiivToi following, 
2.3.9,2. 1.13, 19, with AXXri, 
4.8.10,12; roivwf-,5. 1.6,8, 
7.7.16; /uEVoSi-, 1. 10.19, 1. 
9. 1, &c. ; fiev Si], 1. 1. 4, &c. 

MEITOI (pfi', rot), certainly, now, 
yet, still, however, 2. 3. 22. 

Mc'vbi, fitvw, fiEfilvrfKa, 1 aor. 
E/iE(i'a, 2 perf. fiifiova, to re- 
mazra, 1. 3. 11, 2. 1. 21 ; to 
wait for, rtva, 4. 4. 20. 

MeVwf, wvoc, f* 1 , Menon, one of 
the Greek generals, a Thessa- 
lian, 1. 4. 13, 2. 6. 21. 



to divide, 5. 1. 9. 
Mf'poc, EOC, ro, a parf, portion, 
share, 7. 8. 11, 5. 3. 4, 6. 4. 
28; ii> TU> jutpei, in succes- 
sion, one after another, 3. 4. 
23 ; Kal iv TO> fitpEi Kal irapii TO 
/uE'poe, both in his share and 
beyond his share, 7. 6. 36 ; 
Kara fiEpoc, into portions, 5. 1.9. 



mid-day, 1. 7. 6, Lat. meridies 
=medius dies. 

, a, or, and oc, ov 
yjji), inland, the in- 
terior, 5. 10. 19, 6. 2. 5. 
eVog, j;, ov (/nera), Lat. medius, 
middle ; kv pitTy rjj iro\t, zw </ie 
middle (heart) of the city, 1. 2. 
23, 2. 1. 11 ; TTJQ tpakayyoe 
filirnc, 1. 2. 17 ; filcrat VVKTSC, 
mid-night, 7. 8. 12 ; /nEffoy 
^t'pac, 1. 8. 8, 7. 3. 44; TO 
fjttaoi', the centre, 1. 2. 15, 4. 
8. 17 ; TCI iv filffy TOVTOJV, the 
parts between these, 1. 7. 6 ; 
iv fit TTJG otca^e o^oO, inter- 
vening in their homeward jour- 
ney, 3. 1. 2, 3. 4. 43. Comp. 
, Sup. cu 



MEITO'W, wo-w (filaog), to be in the 
middle fieaovoa ijfilpa, mid- 
day, 6. 3. 7. 

MfWtXa, ;c, /, Mespila (prob. 
Kouyounjik, opp. Mosul), a 
town in Assyria on the Tigris, 
3. 4. 10. 

c, ?, ov (E^W, to ea/), full, 
c, 1. 4. 19, 3. 5. 1. 

Mem, a prep. gov. gen. and ace. 
with gen. with Stvdov, 7. 3. 
13; fietf vfiutv, 7. 6. 34, 1. 3. 
5 ; per' a<Wae, with injustice, 

2. 6. 18 ; with ace. after, ficrd 
TOVTO, 4. 6. 4, 5. 7. 17, &c. ; 
fiTa ravra, 1. 4. 9, 2. 4. 23 ; 
ra Triora, 4. 8. 8 ; TOVTOV, 1. 

3. 16, 2. 1. 12, &c.; /i0' 
fifjepai', by day, 4. 6. 12. 

Mra/3aXXw, /3a/\w, &c., to iArow 

round, over their shoulders, 

opp. 7rpo/3aX\w, 5. 3. 16. 
MfrayiyrwrrKw, yj/axrojuaj, &C., 

2 aor. fifTfyvuiv, to change 

their minds, 2. 6. 3. 
Msra?i()(ji/jii, cuirtMt, &c., to share, 

7. 8. 11; rm, 3. 3. 1 ; rivt 

rtj^oc, 4. 5. 6. 
Mera^'X, /jitXrjfffi, to repent, 

with dat. 1. 6. 7. 
Mtra^u, adv. ()Ura), between, 

gen. 1. 7. 16 ; fierat,v ytvo- 

fitt'ov, intervening, 5. 2. 17 ; 

in the midst, 3. 1. 27. 
MfraTTE^nTrw, Trlp\l/to, &c., to send 

for, summon, 1. 2. 26, 3. 8. 
Mra7T/xirroe, oc, ov, sent for, 

1/4. 3. 
Mfraorpf'^w, ffrpv//w, &c., to ur;i 

round, 5. 9. 8. 

w, 7/<7w, &c., to ^o to 

another place, retire, 7. 2. 18. 
iEra, '/^0> ^ ^ e among, 

have a share in, /zo< rtj'cc, 3. 

1. 20. 

isdl^dt or 



88 Merew/oo 

fj.tr tff\r)Ka,ftf.Tc<r)(T] fiat, to share 
in, partake of, nj/oc, 5. 10. 14, 

5. 3. 9, 7. 6. 28. 
Me-e'wpoc, oc, ov (//era, ewpa, 

raised o/ the ground), high, 
1. 5. 8 ; Eng. meteor. 
Merpe'w, ijaut, &c. (jierpov), to 

measure, 4. 5. 6. 
Merptwc, adv. from per/noc, mo- 

derately, 2. 3. 20. 
Me'rpor, ov, TO, a measure, 3. 2. 
21. 

before a vowel often 
c, yet /je'xpi f'e, 6. 2. 26, 
jrt, 5. 1. 1, until, as far 
as; p\piQ ivTuvda, so far, 5. 

1.7.' 15, 2. 2.6,6.2.1; ^e'xpi 
ov, unto where, 1.7.6; of TIME, 

6. 2. 25 ; also conj. until, 
withind. 3. 4. 8, 4. 2. 4, &c.; 
/ue'xpt ov, 2. 6. 5, 5. 4. 16 ; with 
av and conj., 2. 3. 7, 1. 4. 13. 

M>;, conj. /esf, Lat. ne, with part, 
no*, 4. 4. 15, 6. 2. 19 ; with 
inf. 1. 1. 10,2.3. 13, 5.7.3; 
after avTtXtyetv, 2. 5. 29 ; 
airenffiy, 7.2. 12; aTroKuXvyat, 

6. 2. 24 ; ro fif,, 1. 3. 2, 4. 8. 
14, 3. 5. 11 ; with imp. pres., 
1. 3. 3, 2. 1. 12; with conj., 

7. 1. 29, 6. 4. 18, 7. 1. 8 ; 
/ijjSeV, 3. 2. 17, 5. 4. 19 ; after 
pres. or fut., 1. 3. 10, 2. 3. 9, 
3. 2. 25, &c. ; after a historical 
tense, 1. 8. 24, 3. 4. 34, and 
a historical pres. 4. 5. 35, 5. 
6. 17 ; with opt. after a his- 
torical tense, 1. 8. 13, 2. 4. 22, 
3. 4. 29, &c. ; after a pres. 5. 
9. 28, 6. 4. 5 ; after uTronreuw, 
3. 1. 5 ; Ivyoe'w, 4. 2. 13, 5. 9. 
28, 3. 5. 3 ; fjfi oi, ne non, 
after CECOIKO, 1.7.7, 4. 7. 11; 
quominus after rt e/iiroSw*', 3. 
1. 13 ; al^vvn, 2. 3. 11. 



Mrjca/u jj (^uj?a^tde), adv. nowhere, 

7. 6. 29, al. nr/cap.?]. 

uf, adv. in noway, 7. 7. 23. 
2e), adv. nor, Lat. 
nee, neque, and ne-quidem, not 
even, 6. 4. 17, 7. 7. 40, &c. 
M//C(a, ac, ^, sometimes Mi)3i'a, 
Media, a country in Asia, 
south of Armenia, 2. 4. 12, 
27, 1. 7. 15. 

/ita, EV (fjinf-e, ttc), wo^ 
OTW, 7ione, nobody, pijcev, 
no< 5^ any means, 5. 4. 19. 
Mjj?f'jror (fiijde', iror),adv. never. 

3. 2. 3. 

Mij^ertpoc, a,oi'(comp. of prjcdc), 
neither of two, Lat. neuter, 7. 

4. 10. 

Mijioi, w>/, ot, <Ae Medes, 3. 2. 25. 
M/jcWoc, ou, o, Medocus, king of 

the Odrysi in Thrace, 7. 2. 32. 
, ow, 6, Medosades, a 

Thracian, 7. 2. 23, &c. 

j/w'rt (/zq, trt), no longer, 1. 4. 

16, 1. 6. 9, 5. 7. 15. 

J/KOC, foe, TO, length, 2. 4. 12, 

5. 4. 32 ; TO. pjKij rw 
1. 5. 9. 

V), Lat. vcro, 
assuredly, 2. 5. 12, 3. 2. 16: 
k-al yit^c, et vero, besides, more- 
over,!^. 5, 3.1.17,7.7. 51 ; 
oure /!/', neque vero, nor in- 
deed, 7. 6. 22 ; vide pit', 2. 4. 
20. 

, 6 ( v neut. of tic), 
a month, TOV fiTji'oe, monthli/, 
per month, 1. 3. 21, 5. 6. 23, 
7. 3. 10. 

'/C, C (pj'7, foc), 

moon-shaped, like a crescent, 
5. 2. 13. 



vcrw, 
, to declare, 2. 2. 20. 

(f*fi, wore), never ; | 
irorc en, no longer, 1. 1. 4. 



MI/TTW (py, TTM), nof yef, Lat. 

nondum, 3. 2. 24, &c. 
Mi/poc, ov, 6, i/j0 /Ai^A, 7. 4. 4. 
Me/re (/LI?;, re\ neither nor, 6. 

4. 17 ; /*j/re re, no< on/y 

not but, 2. 2. 8, 3. 1. 30; 

f*ilT T f noetic, 3. 2. 23. 
M/;r;p, rpoc, j/, a mother, 1. 1. 4. 
MjjrpoVoXcc, wc, ?/, Ae mother- 

state, chief-city, capital, 5. 2. 

3, 4. 15. 



(fu)-%avi]), to contrive, 2. 
6. 27, 4. 7. 10. 

, TJic, >J! (j"7X o e> a means), 
Lat. machina, means, aiarn- 
piac, 5. 2. 24, contrivance, 4. 
5. 16, 7. 2. 8. 

Mt'a, fern, of HQ, one. 

Mtda?, a and ov, o, Midas, son 
of Gordius and Cybele, king 
of Thrace, 1. 2. 13. 

Mifyjtarfjc, ov, o (Pers. mithra, 
the sun, da, to give), or Mtflpa- 
Jarrjc, Mithridates, a Persian 
satrap, 2. 5. 35, 3. 3. 1, 4, 6. 

Micpoc, a, oi', small, little, pi- 
Kporepoc, fjiiKpoTaTiif, and E\d<r- 
<TW' or pti<i>t', \a^i<rroc, 3. 2. 
10 ; niKpiiv rt, some little dis- 
tance, 4. 7. 7 ; very little 
money, 7. 7. 53 ; piicpov, nar- 
rowly, 1. 3. 2 ; Kara fitKpov, 
in small pieces, 7. 3. 22 ; 
rara /.iiKpa, 5. 6. 32. 

Mi\>y<rtoc, a, ov, Milesian, an 
inhabitant of 

Mt'Xijroc, ov, ;, Miletus, a town 
in Asia near Ephesus and 
Smyrna, 1. 9. 9. 

Mi\roKv07;e, ov, o (^u'Xroc, rerf 
earth), Miltocythes, a Thracian, 
2. 2. 7. 



(/i7/iog), fo mimic, imitate, 5. 
9.9. 



pres. to remind ; Mid. /o 
remember, 1. 7. 5, 7. 6. 38 ; 
rtvoc, 5. 8. 25 ; with inf. 3. 
2. 39, to mention, we, 7. 5. 8 ; 
Treaty, 6. 2. 11. 



, 7. 6. 15. 
Mtff0o?o<T('a, ac, fj (/itr9o'c, ej- 

^w/it), the giving of pay, 2. 5. 

22. 
Mt<r0o?oru>, J/<TW, to give pay, 7. 

I. 13. 

Mtff0oco'rr;c, ov, 6, a ^iver of pay, 

a paymaster, 1. 3. 9. 
MiffOoc, ov, 6, pay, 1. 1. 10, 1. 2. 

II, &c. ; reward, 2. 2. 20, 3. 
5.8. 

Mrdo<tf, uffta, &c. (/^tr6o'c), to 
/e< out for hire; Lat. collocare', 
Mid. to Air; ewt rirt, 1. 3. 1 ; 
Lat. conducere, 7. 7. 34. 

M<70o0opa, ac, ; (fiT0oc, ^f'pw), 
receipt of wages, pay, 5. 6. 26. 

Mttrdo^op/a, ac, >i-=piff8o<f>opa, 

Mt<rflo</>opoc, ov, o, serving for 
hire, pi. mercenaries, 1. 4. 3, 
4. 4. 18. 

Mm, /*vac, 7, for fjivaa, Lat. mtna 
= 100 drachnue=4/. 1. 3d., 
60 minae made a talent, 1.4. 
13. 



remembrance, 6. 3. 24. 

Mw?/4o>'cv(<>, evcru, ef 

(fjivijpwv), to remember, 4. 3. 2. 

MJ 7}/u<ir<*.-oc, /, ov (/iv^/uwv), 
having a good memory, u fMvrj- 
fjioyiKUTarot, ye men with most 
excellent memories, 7. 6. 38. 

Mi/ijfftKatta;, JJ<T<* (/^i/iv^trn-w, ita- 
tdc), to remember injuries, to 
bear a grudge, nvi TWOS, 2. 
4. 1. 

Moyc, adv. with difficulty, 3. 4. 
48, 4. 8. 28, 5. 2. 27, &c. 



MoAetV 



MoXetv, 2 aor. of /3Xw<rKu, 7. 1. 
33. 

C, 7. 1. 39. 

t'&>e, >/, a leaden ball 
or Juiftei, 3. 3. 17, from 
Mo'Xu/3<5off, ou, 6, lead, Lat. 

plumbum, 3. 4. 17. 
Movap^/a, aff, } (judvoc, cip^w), 
sm<7/e rw/e, 5. 9. 31 ; Eng. 
monarchy. 

Movaxjjf, alone, only, 4. 4. 18. 
Movj;, j;c, T} (^xe'vw), a staying, 

stay, 5. 1. 5, 5. 6. 22, 27. . 
Movdu\oc, off, ov (fidvoe, uXov), 
made from a solid trunk, TrXoTa, 
canoes, 5. 4. 11. 

Mdvoff, ?, ov (jtfvtt) or rather 
fteV, tv fr. tc, oree), alone, 
only, 5. 2. 26, 7. 7. 50, 5. 8. 
20, 7. 3. 45 ; povov, adv. ow/y, 
5. 2. 15, 5. 7. 10. 
Mdffuv or noaaw, uvoe, 6, a 
wooden house, d. pi. nooavvots, 
5. 4. 26. 

MoffuyoiKoe, ou, 6 (/UOITVJ>, olict'w), 
one of the Mosynoeci, a people 
in Asia Minor on the Black 
Sea, 5. 4. 2. 

oc, ov (/uofT^of , a calf), 
, veal, 4. 5. 31. 

6\f)oQ, trouble}, 
to be distressed, Trtpi TWO, 6. 6. 
31. 

oc, ou, 6, a lever, crowbar, 
bolt, 7. 1. 12, 15. 

t, wv, ol, the Mygdo- 
nians, in Mesopotamia, 
w and p.viw, pv^fiffu 
suck in, 4. 5. 27. 

, ou, r; (/izuptot, a 
Myriander, a town in Seleucia 
on the Gulf of Issus, 1. 4. 6. 
Mupmc, aloe, i\ (p.vpioi}= 10,000, 

a myriad, 1. 4. 5, 5. 6. 9. 
Mupioi, at, a (juupw, fo drop), ten 
thousand, 1. 2. 9, 5. 3. 3 ; 



/uupt'oi, ai, a, countless, number- 
less, \7n'3ec, 2. 1. 19, 3.2. 18, 
31, 7. 1. 30, 3. 48. 
upov, ou, TV, oil, an ointment, a 
perfume, 4. 4. 13. 

, ac, i], Mysia, a district in 
Asia Minor; adj. MVITWC, a, 
ov ; subst. Muffdc, ou, 6, a 
Mysian, 1. 6. 7. 

Muj(dff, ou, 6 (/^uw), iAe inner- 
most place, nook or corner, 4. 
1.7. 

Mwpdc, a, or, foolish, silly, 3. 2. 
22 ; pupuc, adv. 7. 6. 21. 



N 



Nat, adv. yes ; Lat. nee, 5. 8. 6. 

Node, ov, 6 (vat'w, to dwell}, (i 
temple ; Att. rfwc ; ttpoV, f/te 
whole temple, vuoc, the shrine, 
where the god dwells, 5. 3. 9. 

Nan-j;, ye, rj, a woody dell or 
glen ; Lat. saltus, 4. 5. 15, 5. 
2.31. 

NaTroc, toe, rd=va7r7j, 6. 3. 12. 

Nauap^t'w, TJffw (rauc, ap^w), to 
command a fleet, 5. 1. 4, 7. 
2.7. 

Nauapxoc, ou,6 (i'auc, ctp^w), the 
commander of a fleet, an ad- 
miral, 1. 4. 2, 5. 9. 16, 6. 4. 
13, 7. 1. 2. 

NauK\Tjpoc, ou, o (vaug, cX^poc, a 
lot), a shipowner, captain, 7. 
2. 12, 5. 14. 

NauXoc, ou, o (vavc) passage- 
money, fare, 5. 1. 12. 

NauTrrjy/jfftytoe, off, of, or ?), ov 
(vaue, Trr/yvu/itt), useful in 
shipbuilding, 6. 2. 4. 

Nauc, vewff, ^ (''w, to swim), a 
ship, 7. 5. 12 ; Lat. navis. 

NauirtTfopoc, oc, ov (vauff, irdpoff), 
traversed by ships, navigable, 



No/zi/zoy 



2. 2. 3 ; but vavonropoc, pass- 
ing in a ship, causing a ship 
to pass. 

UVTIKOC;, *}, ov (vavr), nautical, 
naval lvvap.u, 1. 3. 12. 

fai'/avoe, ov, o (vf'oe), a young 
man, until forty, 7. 2. 33 ; 
applied to Xenophon, 2. 1. 
13. 

Kp6c, ov, 6 (ve'vue), a dead 
body, corpse, 4. 2. 18, 5. 2. 9. 
vfyuoi, vtve/.ir]Ka, rtvinrjp.a.1, 
1 aor. ti'tifjia, to distribute, 
pasture, consider; Pass, to Je 
grazed, 4. 6. 17 ; heaped up, 

7. 3.21. 

Nto&iproe, oc, ov (re'oe, 2e'pw), 
newly flayed, fioec, 4. 5. 14. 

Ne'ov ret^oe, ro, New Wall, a 
town in Thracia, 7. 5. 8. 

Ne'oe, a, ov, new, fresh, young, 
with dig. Lat. novus, 1. 1. 1, 

3. 2. 37; rewrepoe, younger; 

, youngest. 

i, aroe, ro (vvw), a 0<f 
or sz'^n, 5. 8. 20. 
Nevpa, ae, ij (vevw), a sinew, 
cord, bow-string, 4. 2. 28, 5. 
2. 12. 
Nevpoi', ov, ro (VEVW), a sinew, 

cord for a sling, 3. 4. 17. 
N0\>j, ije, 17 (i'E0oe), a cloud, 1. 

8. 8, 3. 4. 8. 

NE'W, vij<rw, vlvrjfjat and ve'vijo^mi, 

to ^ea/) w^j, 5. 4. 27. 
Ne'w, VEvVojuat and VEvo-ov/uat, 

ve'veuva, to 5W.'z'm, 4. 3. 12, 5. 

7.25. 
Newicopoe, ov, 6 (vew'e, vope'w), a 

temple-sweeper, a warden or i 

guardian of a temple, 5. 3. 6. 
NEWT, wroc, o, Neon, a native of 

Asine, 5. 7. 1, 6. 2. 11, 23. 
Nfwptov, ov, TO (vfwc, wpa, care), 

a dockyard, 1. 1. 27. 
NEWS, w, Attic for vaoc, 5. 3. 8. 



t (VEOC), adv. recently, 4. 

1. 12. 

N/;, particle of adjuration, v>/ 
Ata, ?/ea % Jove, 1. 7. 9, 5. 7. 
22. The other particles are 
vat and ^ui. 

, ov, ij (ve'w), an island, 2. 
4.22. 

, ov, 6 (V/KIJ, avrfp), Ni- 
cander, a Spartan, 5. 1. 15. 

, ov, b^v'iKj], apj(w), JVj'c- 
archus, an Arcadian, 3. 3. 5. 

, ijffti;, &c. to conquer, pa- 
Xc, 6. 3. 23 ; ra iravra, 2. 1. 
1 ; ev TTOIWV, 1. 9. 24 ; T^C 
vcwffjjc (yvw/jj/c), m accord- 
ance with the opinion that 
prevailed, 5. 9. 18, 10. 12. 
t'/ci;, i/c, ^, victory, 3. 1. 23, &c. 
/coVaxoc, ov, 6 (v/icij, ^ax?)), 
Nicomachus, a Thessalian, 4. 
6.20. 

, wv, 01, <Ae Nipscei, a 
people in Thrace. 
Now, ijffM, &c. (vooc), to />r- 

ceive, observe, 3. 4. 44, &c. 
No0oc, j?, or, illegitimate, bastard, 

2. 4. 25. 

NO/UJ;, r/c, fl (vef.ib>), pasture, herd, 
5. 3. 9, 3. 5. 2. 

/w, /ffw, Att. tw, vvo/utKa, 
vevofjuarfjai (rofjoc), to think, 
consider, IxQve dtove, 1. 4. 9, 
2. 5. 39 ; with inf. 3. 1. 3, 1. 
5. 9, 2. 5. 13, 7. 3. 8, 1. 5. 16, 

1. 3. 6, 5. 9. 20; kavoc elvat, 

2. 6. 17; ace. and inf. 1.5.16, 
2. 5. 6, 3. 2. 29, 7. 7. 46; 
ort rovrov (TTaotatir, 5. 9. 
29, where on is pleonastic; 
part. airoKTf /rwv, 6. 4. 24 ; ra 
vop.i%6fj.ira., the usual pay, two 
Cyzicenes for the captains, 
four for the generals, 7.3. 10. 

ij, ov (vo/iof), customary, 
usual, 4. 6. 15. 



XT ' 

JN oft o $ 



NO/IOC, ov, 6 (ve/aw), custom, 7. 3. 
22 ; tart rdaaeatiat, 1. 2. 15 : 
0parw VO/JM, according to the 
Thracian custom, 7. 2. 38; 
VOVM rtr<, to a kind of tune, 5. 

4. 17. 

Ndoc, ov, o, contr. vovc, vov, v, 
or voit or vow, mtW, thought, 

iv VW ^t', 3. 3. 2. 

Nofft'w, q<ra, &c. (vdffoc), to J 
stcfc, i//, m a tad sta/e, 7. 2. 32. 
Ndffoc, ov, ^, sickness, 5. 3. 3. 
Ndroc, ov, o, the south wind, Lat. 
s, 5. 7. 7. 

t'a, ac, q, contr. for veo- ! 
prjria ('t'oc, fn/v), <A W 

moon, Me jfr-sf o/ <A month, 

5. 6. 23, 31. 



night, 4. 2. 14, 4. 4. 8, 15, 6. 

1. 6, &c. ; raurijc rijfc VVKTOC, 
3. 3. 20; cat >/^f pac :at ruia-dc, 

2. 6. 7 ; tire VVKTOS t\Tt ijntpaf, 

3. 1. 40 ; rijv VVKTCL <puXarrU', 
through the night, 4. 2. 1, 5. 8. 
24 ; ijuipav Kai vvfra, 5. 9. 
14; cat ri'Kra cat rjucpay. 7. 

6. 9 ; 2ta vwcrdc, 4. 6. 22 ; 
irept piffag vvKrac, 7. 8. 12. 
, ov, rd, the back, 5. 4. 32. 



M night, bivouac, 4. 4. 11, 6. 
2.27. 



acoc, o, ?) 
), keeping watch by night ; 

Lat. excubitor, 7. 2. 18, 3. 

34. 
Nvrrwp (''"t), adv. by night = 

WKTOQ, 3. 4. 35, 4. 6. 12, 7. 

3.37. 
Nvv, adv. now, Lat. nunc, but 

vvv, Lat. ergo; now, then, 6 

vvv xpo'roe, the present time, 

6. 4. 13; rd vvv flvai,for the 

present, 3. 2. 37, 7. 7. 46, 49 ; 

vvf $ij, even now, 1. 6. 37; KO.I 

vvv, 2. 3. 26, 3. 1. 38; vvv oc, 

6. 4. 31, but now ; vvv ct o/. 

ou* even now, 7. 1. 28, 6. 31. 
Nvv, now, ergo, 7. 2. 26. 
Nvvt, strengthened form of vvV, 

even now, at this moment, 7. 

3.3. 
Nv, vvcro'c, ;, night, iyevero, 4. 

6. 22; xpo/Jm'vei, 3. 1. 13; 

vvcrdr, by night =vvKrwp, 3. 4. 

34, 35, 7. 3. 37, &c.; rife 
df, refers to a particular 



, EOVC, 6 (a v0dc, golden, 
K\OQ, glory), Xanthicles, an 
Achaean, 5. 8. 1. 

Stvia, ac, rj (SfVoc), hospitality, 
friendly relations, 6. 4. 35, 5. 
*9. 3. 

Sivlac., ov, 6 (i'oc), Xenias, 
from Parrhasia in Arcadia, 1 . 
3.7. 

(^e'voc), <o entertain, 
5. 5. 25. 

cdf, ^, dv, and dc, dv (i'oc), 
o/ or belonging to a stranger, 
mercenary =fjiiffd(i<p6poi, 1. 2. 
1, 2. 5. 22. 

i ei ioc, a, ov (SE'VOC), hospitable; 
Zfvc ie'vioc, Jupiter, the god of 
hospitality, 3. 2. 4 ; via, 
friendly gifts, presents, 4. 8. 24, 
5. 5. 2 ; SiSdrat, 5. 5. 14 ; 
vefjiirsiv, 5. 9. 15 ; c\trdai, 5. 
5. 3 ; Efvioif o\effQai, to re- 
ceive with presents, 5. 5. 24 ; 
7r f) m caXfjv, to invite to 
dinner, to partake of hospi- 
tality, 7. 6. 3. 

Slvoc., ov, 6 (), a guest-friend, 
Tirog, 2. 1. 5, &C. ; nr/ tlvat, 
1. 1. 10 ; yiyveffBai, 7. 1. 8 ; 
mercenary soldier, 1. 1. 10, 3. 
18, 2. 6. 28. 



A6P04 

), to entertain, 
7. 8. 6, 8. 

Zivo+itv, itrrof, b (troc), Xeno- 
phon, an Athenian, 3. 1. 5. &c. 

ipijt, ov, 6 (Pers. khihayarsha, 
venerable king, BawL), Xerxes, 
the son of Darius Hystaspis 
and Atoasa, king of Persia, 
succeeded his father, 486 B.C., 
died 465, was succeeded by 
Artaxerxes Longimanua, 1. 2. 
9, 3. 2. 13. 

Storot, 9, or (&<*), polished, 3. 
4.10. 

Sqpairw, avi, iiipaafiai and 
e^qpo/i/iot ((qpoc), to dry, 2. 
3. 15. 

~ifoc, foe, TO (CM), a sword; 
Lat. ensis, straight (the crooked 
is pa\aipa\ from one to two 
and a half feet long, kept in a 
sheath (coXeoc) and hung bj 
a belt (rcXa/iMr), 2. 2. 9, &c. 

Soavor, ov, TO (ew), an image 
caned of wood, 5. 3. 12. 

sickle-shaped dagger, 4. 7. 16, 

8.25. 
2?vA/o/uu, iaofiai (vXor), to 

gather wood, 2. 4. 11. 
JbtfAiroc. 9, ox (vXor), made of 

wood, wooden, 5. 2. 25. 
v\ov, ov, TO (vw), icooa*, 4. 5. 

5, &c. 



O 



"O, 9, TO, def. art. the, o per o 
It, the one the other, some 
others, 1. 10. 4, 5. 4. 12 ; ra 
pir ro el, sometimes, at one 
time sometimes, at another 
time, 4. 1. 14, 5. 6. 24; ra 
/icr evader, he su/ered some 
hurts, 1. 9. 6: with gen. ol 



93 

eceiVov, his friends, Jus soldiert, 
1. 2. 15, 1. 5. 11 ; TO Kvoov, 
<A affairs of Cyrus, 1. 3. 9 ; 
TO iftirvr, fAetr property, 5. 
1. 9, 6. 2. 11 ; TO rwx 0T0o- 
- iwrwr, <A circumstance* of our 
soldiers, 3. 1. 20; with adj. 

TOIOVTOC, 3. 1. 13 ; TO vAeior, 
7. 6. 16; ot trvfivarrtf, 1. 2. 9 ; 
with numerals to specify round 
numbers, O/J^M ra fixooi, 1. 
7. 10 ; with part. rr idtXer- 
ntr, 1. 9. 15 ; rove iXamrraf, 
7. 7. 55, &c. ; with inf. ca 
TO outrrapBat, 2. 4. 3, 2. 6. 8 ; 
with adv. ot er2or, 2. 5. 32 ; 

01 oucDt, 1. 2. 1, 7. 4 ; o 
TOT*, the men of that time, 2. 

5. 11 ; if TO rpoaBtr, than 
before of time, 1. 10. 11 ; TO. 
aim, the advantages at home, 
1. 7. 4 ; with prep, and case, 
ol ear otrote, 3. 2. 11 ; TO 
car' avrovc, <fc part opposed 
to them, 1. 8. 21; TO ajif* 
avrbV, 8C. oroarcv/ia, 4. 1. 6 ; 
TO vrcp rov Xofw, 1. 10. 14, 
trAai too* ^oin^ on beyond the 
hill ; TO TQM n/w&Kov, the fate 
of, 2. 5. 37 ; ra waoa fiavi- 
XE'WC, ffe messages from the 
Jang, 2. 3. 4; TO vapa ovv, 
//< money due by you, 7. 7. 
31 ; TO rpoc toTrtpor, towards 
the west, 6. 2. 4 ; TO arpoc ror 
roXcfior, fA matters connected 
with the war, 4. 3. 10; Tifr 
vpoc rove erarrurvc, sc. OOOK, 

6. 3. 10; ra vpof , a* r*- 
gards your own interest, 7. 7. 
30; in apposition, 6 Zcvc o 
0-vrqp, 3. 2. 9; if xdXic ' 
Tapro, 1. 2. 26 ; x c *P *l ^'"7 
1. 10. 1 ; it marks the sub- 
ject, a-oXAoi if <ror oi TtTpvpirm. 
3. 4. 30, 4. 8. 20, 5. 2. 1, 6. 



94 




4 ; it stands for the poas. pron. 
Ripoc oj^OfJaf rri ror nnror ra 
vnAra etc rac jft^c cXa/3e, 
Jb* Aorse, to aarfe, his handf, 
1. 8. 3 ; the ait is not used 
with the king of die Persians. 
except 2. 4. 4 ; in 2. 5. 38, 6 
/^MiXcvc, is our tiny ; ToAAot. 
umjr ; oi xtkVXoi. fAe majority, 
thtmtob; oXryot, Jfetr; m o&fym, 
fie *<*/*; oAAt. otfcr?; * 
oAXot, tie re*f; TOT, every- 
thing- TO *ar, tie universe i 
vror, htuuflff ip&e: o ainoc, 
the same, idem - r it is used as a 
distribunTe, 1.3.21, r*v ftmroc 
month to each 



soldier, IjdL singulii m 



singulii mffitibus ; the position 
of the art. when attributive is 
lnJun.thcadj.as 4 otA/a 



eren 



the friendly 
country ; the adj. as a predi- 
cate has no art. as, 



country is friendly : &a oX/ac 
r^c X*Pf through the country 
that is friendly, 1. 3. 14; In 
TJC &*** \~paz, through the 
friendly country, as compared 
with other countries; afXiac 
r^c x** 00 ^ through the country 
sow friendly^ as compared 
with itaetf at other tames. 



ov o (dim. from 
c, a *pf), a *jMtr f 7. . 



14, 



sjmbol O, a copper coin = 
e^ht x a Xr7 T or a little more 
than three half-pence, 1. 5. 6. 



indecL num. eighty, 
4. 8. 15. 

y&oc, ^ r (icri), eighth, 4, 
6.1. 

rofe, rto, referring 
frequently to what is coming, 
while orroe refers to what goes 
before, 2. 1. 20; itnerer stamds 
between the art. and the noun, 
of* o ar^p, or o aK^p o?t. 2. 3. 
19 ; rale, *o <md , 2. 1. 17; 
in 7. 3. 47, supply to race 
CT< or yiyrcmi, tAc very things 
(are happening). 

(aide), to ^o, fraccl, 7. 
8.8. 

** (62dc, xopocX to iratt, 
5. 1. 14. 

(ocoCj voiew), to 
matt a road, ocor, 4. 8. 8, 5. 
1. 13 ; nri, 3. 2. 24. 

*O&c, aw, 4, a iray, road, 1. 2. 
13, 6. 2. 9, &c.; mrifr, 3. 4. 
19, dx.; irp^fc, 7. 3. 42; 
cwr^fipoc, 5. 1. 13; >0i 6. 
4. 38; journey, 2&ca 9/icpMf, 
7. 3. 16, 2. 2. 12, Mardt, 1. 
4. 11, 3. 4. 24; riurav r*r 
ocor, 1. 5. 9, often understood, 
rioowrarf, 4. 2. 9 ; rax^nf, 
4. 3. 24 ; /Muporarv, 7. 8. 20; 
Xocz-ir, 3. 4. 46; npr poc, 6. 
3. 10; 4 < Baj?Ara, if 
vpoc ew ^f's 3. 5. 15. 

, aw, o, an Odrysian, oc 
die Odrrae were & 
people in Thrace, 7. 2.32,5. 1. 

Ociric, CMC, o,* Ulysses, a 
famous Greek hero, king of 
Ithaca, 5. 1. 2. 

OOcr, adr. u-heace, 1. 2. 8, 2. 1. 
3, 4. 7. 20, 2. 3. 14, with 
persons, from whom, 2. 5. 26. 



Od. !. 47 ; or ' 



'Olf 



95 



'OOtmp. adT. strengthened fin 
of offer, 2. 1. 3. 

O7, adr. whither, 1. 6. 10, aL < 

Oue (olcvc), adT. to 
homeward^ 7. 7. 57-. 

Occcioc, a, or and or, or 

f or belonging to a house, 
domestic, vooc ro*c oicziovc, to 
omrfamilie*, 3. 2. 26, 39; rc 
r5r ouzuwr, one /" tfep hamxe- 
3. 3. 4 ; oleuonoroc 
very intimate with, 2. 
6,28. 

UXMC, adT. a friendly way, 
7. 5. 16. 

udrnf, "i (wwc)f domtttie 
tenant, 4. 5. 35, 6. 1 ; 
2. 3. 15. 



**, 

tee, 1. 1. 9, 2. 3. IS; 

flaAarrar, 5. 1. 13, cart, 
1. 4. 6, TOO, 5. 4. 15, cr,4. 8. 
22, &C-, x-oAic ottovMcr^, a 
welLimhabited dty^ 1. 2. 6. &c. 



7. 4. 15. 

(**), tie af 
o/ dwelling, a duxUimg, 7. 2. 

ML 

Otaa, c, ^ (otat), a fence, 4. 
2.22. 

kiw, fctrpai (auvc), to 
Cttfe, aroXir, 5. 6. 17, 

6. 2. 14; FaHL 5. 3. 7, 6. 4.3. 



ftowe, 5. 4, 26, to 
4. 12, 3. 4. 7. 



4.8.25. 
Otnt, adr. (olcot, pL of ouoc), at 
mome, 7. & 4, 1. 1. 10; o! 
ounc, tike people at komf^l^^. 
1, 7. 4; rik OUM, rif<r cc- 
u patria^ 1. 7. 4. 



^ a Household, a 
-, 1. 9. 19, hence - 
MBJT, economist, &c. 

ov, o, a fcwce, ioiK, Lat. 

2. 4. & 
Olcrajpw, olcr^pM, 1 aor. ycruoa 

(Imic), to jwejr, 1. 4, 7, 3. 1. 

19. 

Olive, ov, a, Ktke, lot. nmmm, 1. 
2. 13, xic, L 9. 25, 
ci^ctr, 4, 4. 9 ; 
palm-vine, 2. 3. 14; 
*eer or iriu%, 4. 5. 26. 

OifVXffiOC, 00, O (o7 

cmp-tcarer, 4, 4. 21, 7. 3. 24. 
OM/MU, olvmoof, 1 aor. *6,r. 
in oI^Olvw, impC yop^r and 
y/n/r, and so in praa, olfMu, 
toting 1. 9. 22, 3. 1. 35; 
r ctrat, 5. 1. 8 ; %coc 
araflctr, 3. 2. 3 ; owe 
4*- CBKVVC ira, 1. 3. 6, 2. 1. 

12, 3. 1. 17, &. 



or* ^j ate* a*, Lot. qmalit. 
ootxeL TMOOTVC, Lot. ta/i>. 



4, 8. 8, 5. 8. 3, 3. 1. 15, 7. 4, 
1, 1. 7.4; olor, dfc as, 4. 
1. 14, 7.3. 32; 0pm o. oW 
w , de proper teamm for 
watering, 2. 3. 13 ; MOC TE 
ctfu, / am o&Ee, olor re lor*, d 
if possible., mir% tor, &e_, ct w 
impossible, 1. 3. 17, 3. 3. 9, 
&c.; wiiixmt cor, 2. 2. 3, 3. 

3. 15, 7. 7. 51; MC ofwr vc 
jraAiora artipwAay^rn^, 2. 4. 
24, 

Ocoo-arcp, oicarco, olorarc*, 
. strengthened fivm of tc, 4. 

4. 16, 5. 4. 13; ot^f= 
TMO^ rooc oJWi^p, 1. 3. 18, 
oiorrQK, OS, L. 8. 18. 

*0ir, oioc, 4, ako o7 c , pL iStc, or 
oTc, 4. 5. 25, a. 3. 11, 10. 3. 



96 



OV, O ($OW, fHITU)), alsO 

oiordc, an arrow, 2. 1. 6. 

Otratoe, a,ov, CEtcean, near (Eta, 
a mountain in Thessaly, 7071 
feet, 4. 6. 20. 

, Btvtrtco and 
and w\r)Ka, 
and w^ijyuai, to 0e 
<7<>ne, as perf. 1. 4. 8 ; e ro 
irpoffOfv, 1. 10. 5 ; 
00*0)', 3. 5. 1 ; w^tr 
Ae sailed away, 2. 6. 3, OTTIWI', 
3. 3. 5, tytpofievot, 4. 7. 14. 

Oiwrde, ov, 6 (otoe, alone), a soli- 
tary bird, bird of prey, hence 
an omen, TOV Aide, sent by 
Jupiter, 3. 2. 9, 5. 9. 23, 6. 
3.21. 

'Oice'XXw (=Ke'XXw, Lat. cello), to 
run ashore, 7. 5. 12. 

*O/cXaw, daw (tfXaw), to bend the 
knee, to sink on bended knee, 
in dancing, 5. 9. 10. 

'OKvtw, jjffw (cio'oe), to shrink 
from, with inf., 1. 3. 17; to be 
afraid, p.rj with conj. 2. 3. 9, 
with opt. 6. 4. 5. 

'O/ci'ijpwc (OKI/OC), with reluctance, 
7. 1. 7. 

"Oici'oc, ov, o, reluctance, un- 
willingness, 4. 4. 11. 

'OmmffY&iet, at, a, eight thou- 
sand, 5. 3. 3. 

'OdTaicoffiot, a, cr, eight hundred, 
1. 2. 9. 

"O/crw, fz'^f, 1. 2. 6. 

, eighteen, 3. 4. 5. 
e, ov 6 (oXXu/Ltt), ruin, 
destruction, 1. 2. 26. 

'OXt'yoe, rj, oi',few, small, little, 
1. 5. 12, 5. 5. 1 ; /car' dX/yout-, 
in small parties, 7. 6. 29 ; 
u\iyov iroit'iatiat, to hold of 
small account, 6. 4. 11 ; dXt- 
yac (-Xjjyoc) vaietv, to strike 
(too) few blou-s, 5. 8. 12 ; 



small, xupiov, 3. 3. 9 ; little, 
, 3. 4. 46 ; 6\iyo* va- 
, 7. 2. 20 ; Comp. ^c<W, 
Superl. dX/ytffroe. 

OXiffflafw, or curw, dXttr0//rw, 
b)\i<rdr]Ka, 2 aor. w\i<r0o>' (oXtr- 
0oe, Xetoc), to s/zp, 3. 5. 11. 

'OXioOrjpoc, a, dj' (dXtffOaj'w), 
slippery, 4. 3. 6. 

'OXcac, aoe, fj (?X/cw), a sAtjo of 
burden, merchantman, 1. 4. 6, 
Eng. hulk. 

'OXoirpo^oQ, 6, >/, and 6Xo/rpo^oc 
(dXooc, Tptxu, desti'uctive rol- 
lers, or 6Xoc, Tpi^ta, quite 
round), a round stone, sc. 
\idoe, 4. 2. 3. 

'OXo/cavrtw (o\oc, *:atw), to bring 
a burnt offering, 7. 8. 4. 

"OXoc, 17, ov, whole, o\ri fi vv, 4. 
2. 4; fi nfiipa o\n,3. 3. 11. 

ac, >/, Olympia, a 
town in Elis, where the Olym- 
pic games were celebrated, 5. 
3.7. 

Xvvdios, a, ov, Olynthian, or a 
native of Olynthus, a town on 
the isthmus of Pallene, 1. 2. 6. 
fiaXrjg, fa, iq (o/^oc), /eve/, 

even, 4. 6. 12. 

rj, ov (ojuoe), even, level, 

smooth, 4. 2. 16 ; adv. o^aXwo, 

in an even line, =iv ttrw, 1. 8. 

14. 

fjtripoc, ov, 6 (o/^dc, pw), o 

hostage, TOV Icnrc^tiretr, ybr <A 

sending, 3. 2. 24, 7. 4. 12. 
f'w, J/ITW (ofjilXoc, 6/udc, tXTj), 

associate with, nvi, 3. 2. 25. 
'OnixXrj, ??c, r/ (o'yufxw), a 

/o^, 4. 2. 7. ^ 
"O/u/ua, aroc, ro (orrw), ?# 

7. 7. 46. 
*O/Lvu/tit and ofjivvu), 

6f.iwf.ioKa, 6pwfji0f.iai and ^uw- 
, to swear, deovc, by the 



"OfJLOiO 

gods, 5. 9. 31 ; with inf., /.it) 
7rpo%o}ffit>, 2. 2. 8 ; ijpilv ro- 

)Ut7v, 2. 5. 39 ; ^ fju)v 7TOpVff- 

0at,2. 3. 27, 6. 4. 17. 
"Ofioioc, a, ov, or oc, x>i/ (d/udc), 
like, TTiipEui d/iot'a tyuyrj, 4. 1. 
17 ; Sfjioia aTTtp civ, just as 
they would have done, 5. 4. 
34 ; o/jioioi j'jtrav davpnfciv, 
they seemed to wonder, 3. 5. 
13 ; ev TV ofjioiy, on a level, 

4. 6. 18 ; eu ojuotot, of the same 
rank, the peers, citizens who 
had equal right to hold state 
offices, 4. 6. 14 ; 6/uo/wc, adv. 
in like manner, 7. 6. 10 ; 
<3<77rp, 6. 3. 31, just as if; 
Trdirte 6. all alike, 1. 3. 
12. 

'OfioXo-yiw, fait!, &c. (ofJLoc, Xe'yw), 
to confess, 6. 4. 17 ; n, 1. 6. 
7 ; ASucof yiytvr\vQai, 1. 6. 8, 

5. 8. 3 ; to acknowledge, 5. 9. 
27, 28; to agree, 7. 4. 13, 
22 ; confess, pass., 1. 9. 1, 14, 
20, 6. 1. 9. oyuoXoyot^ueVwe 
IK iravTwv, by the acknowledg- 
ment of all, 2. 6. 1. 

'O/io/^rp-of, a, ov (6/ide, ^jrnp), 
of the same mother, 3. 1. 17. 

'O/joTrarpiot , a, or (o/joc, warr/p), 
of the same father, 3. 1. 17. 

'Op.6<T (o^oc), adv. to the same 
place = cominus, to come to 
close quarters, engage in close 
combat, hand to hand, llvat, 

6. 3. 23 ; Qtlv, 3. 4. 4 ; 
ywpiir, 5. 4. 26. 

'Ofjo-rpa.TTtnc, oc, ov (oyudf, rpa- 
n-f^a), a companion at table, 
1. 8. 25. 

'Oyuou (d/jdc), adv. together, 1. 
10. 8; tlvat, 5. 6. 32, 7. 1. 
28 ; dXX/Aotc, 4. 6. 24 ; y/y- 
reirflai, 4. 2. 22, 5. 4. 25, 4. 
5. 29, 5. 2. 14, 3. 9. 



97 

ov, o, the navel, Lar. 
umbilicus, 4. 5. 2. 
'Opu>G (d^dc), adv. yet, never- 
theless, 2. 2. 17, 4. 23, 1. 8. 
23, 3. 1. 10, 2. 16; after 

K K IT " * 

kctiTrcp, o. o. l / ; otiwc of, 
0* ye?, 4. 4. 21, 5. 6. 6, 7. 
23. 

Ovap, TO, only in nom. and ace , 
oi'fipot, ov, 6, is used in the 
sing., and ovdptna. in the pi., 
a dream ; oVap, 3. 1. 12 ; 
dveipara, 4. 3. 13 ; oVap fTBt*', 
had a dream, 4. 3. 8. 

dVtyffw, 1 aor. act. 
; pass. b'T)driv, to bene- 
fit, TO orpdrtvyua, 3. 1. 38, 5. 
9. 32, 7. 1.21; nva n, 5. 6. 
20 ; dvt]6fjvai rt, 5. 5. 2. 
)yojua, aroe, rd (ytyvwffvw), a 
name, 4. 7. 21, 1. 5. 4, 2. 4. 
13 ; ovo/jan, by name, 1. 4. 
11, or ace. 2. 4. 28, 1. 4.4, 
5. 10 ; Towop.a, 5. 2. 29 : a 
name=fame,d. 6. 17; Kratr- 
0ai, 2. 6. 17 ; 5. 9. 20, 7. 3. 
19. 



(oro^/a), 



wi-- 
7?a/?Z6 or 



adv. (ovo^a), d_y 

name, 6. 3. 24. 

ov, 6 and r/, a cr.ss, a 

wild ass, OVOQ ayptoc, 1. 5. 2 ; 

oj'oc dXtVijc, a mill-stone, 1. 

5.5. 
"Ooc, toe rd (dvc), vinegar, an 

acid drink, 2. 3. 14. 
'0ue, ea, v, sharp, sour, 5. 4. 

29. 
p, adv. where, 4. 2. 12, 24, 

6. 2. 3, &c.; in what way, as, 

2. 1. 19, 4. 5. 1, 5. 9. 21. 

ir/jy/Ka, adv. when, 3. 5. 18. 

TTivdtv (as OTTIC from eVo^tn), 

behind, opp. wpoaQtr, 5.4. 12- 



98 'OTT^ cr0o(f)vXaK6 



eireodat, 4. 7. 22, 5. 6. 9 ; 

TtOltiaQai, 1. 10. 9 J O. TU)V 

v7rovy<W, 4. 2. 9, 1. 7. 9 ; 

K TOW O., 4. 1. 6; IQ rOUTTKT- 

0/, 3. 3. 10; m o., the rear, 
3. 4. 40 ; ol o., those in the 
rear, 4. 2. 25, 3. 7. 



, to guard the rear, 
2. 3. 10, 3. 2. 36, 4. 1. 15, 
4, 5. 7, &c. 



command of the 
rear-guard, 4. 6. 19. 
7ri(T0o^y\a, curoc, o, 0e of the 
rear-guard; ol 6., the rear- 
guard, 3. 3. 7, 4. 1.17, &c.; 
OTrXtrai, 4. 1. 6; fv^wvorarot, 

4. 3. 20 ; Xo X ayoi', 4. 7. 8. 
7rf<Tw, adv. (as OKIQ from 
CTTOJUCU), JacAr, behind his back, 

5. 9. 8. 

'w, tVw, &c. (oTrXor), 
arm, wTrXKT/jfVoe, 1. 8. 6, 2. 

6. 25. 



Zz'e equipment, 2. 5. 17. 

'f)7rXtrvw, tvaw, to serve as a 
hoplite or heavy-armed soldier, 
5. 8. 5. 

'On-XlrijCj ov, 6 (oTrXoi'), a 
hoplite or heavy-armed sol- 
dier, having a helmet, k-pavog] 
a cuirass, 0wpct ; greaves, 
Kfijfn^ef ; a shield, atnris ; a 
curved sword, /la^at^n ; and 
a spear, 36pv, 1. 1. 2, &c. 

'O7rXtriKoc> ^> ov (on-Xoi'), q/ or 
belonging to the hoplites, TO 
(')irXiTtK6v=:oi orrXtrcu, 7. 6. 
26, 4. 8. 18, &c. 

'Qir\opa-%ia, Of, >/ (o7rXo>', fjid- 
Xo/zai), <^e fighting of the 
hoplites, military tactics, 2. 
1.7. 

', ov, TO, pi., oTrXa, arms, 



7. 3. 40; Xayu/3ati', 1. 2. 2, 

3. 7 ; t'xe"', 1. 10. 3, 5. 7. 9 ; 
iv role OTrXoic tlvai, to be 
under arms, 3. 2. 28 ; KUTO.- 
rideirOai, 5. 2. 15, to put 
aside; riOtadai (1) to halt 
under arms, 1. 5. 14, 10. 16, 

4. 2. 16, &c.; (2) to station 
themselves, arrange themselves, 
1. 6.4, 5. 2. 19, 2. 2. 21; 
(3) to lay up their arms, 1. 5. 
17 ; ewEipro ra on-Xa, 4. 2. 20, 
= 6;rX7rai, so 2. 2. 4, 3. 2. 

36 ; 7T/30 TWV OTrXwV, Z yTO?t^ 

q/" the arms, the arms were 
piled in one place in the 
camp, 2. 4. 15, 3. 1. 33, 5. 
7. 21. 
'OirodEr, adv. (iroQiv), whence., 

5. 7. 6; OUK tl)oj> (jiruQtv 
Xapftat'our, they had no place 
from whence to take, 3. 5. 3, 
so 2. 4. 5, 5. 10. 4; bnoQtv 
OI\OLTO, wherever he was gone, 
3. 1. 32; to a place where, 5. 
2.2. 

"On-ot (TO!), adv. whither, ivhere, 
1. 9. 13, 3. 5. 13, 17; ovot 
3urcu, where it sets, 5. 7. 6 ; 
OTTOI ay iXdovref ayopav [if) 
t^fifv, wherever we go and 
have no market, 5. 5. 16; 
oi>% e^ovtrtv oiroi (jtvywffir, 
they will have no place to 
flee to, 2. 4. 20, 5. 1. 8, 7. 
7.5. 

'OTrolof, a, ov (TTotoc), what sort 
=Lat. qualis, 3. 1. 13; ravra. 
6., those things which, 5. 6. 
28, 5. 2. 3, 6. 1. 2; ci\Xa 
OTToIa av %VV<I>VTO.I Kpariora, 
and such other things as they 
can with the greatest effect, 7. 
7. 15; ^yftrat row arparEujua- 
TOC OTTO'IOV av ael TTOOQ TTJV 
\wpai" ffvfufttpr), that part of 



' O 7T 6 <T ? ' O p i V 6 f 



99 



the army leads that is always 
suited to the country, 7. 3. 
37 ; whatever, 2. 2. 2. 
'OTTOO-OC, rj, oi' (;roi7oe), 
great=Ijat. quantus, oiro 
Aotu many, however many, 1. 

1. 6; as many as, 5. 6. 28; 
birbffov tpov\ero, as much as 
he pleased, 4. 3. 8 ; like rel. 
who, which, ivhoever, whatever, 
4. 1. 12, 5.2. 16, 1. 10.3; 
with opt. 1. 2. 1, 7. 2. 33; 
with opt. and or, 3. 2. 12 ; 
with av and conj. 3. 2. 21, 7. 

2. 36, 3. 10 ; Inroaov TO- 
ffovrov, hoivever far so far, 

3. 3. 10, with opt., so 5. 1. 16, 
biroaa, whatever. 

'QTTOTUV (OTTO-E, av), whenever, 
with conj. after a pres. 2. 3. 
27, after a fat. 5. 7. 8, 6. 3. 
15, 7 . 3. 36; after a historical 
tense, 5. 2. 12, 7. 1. 12. 

'OTroVf (n-orf), when, whenever, 
with ind. 1. 6. 7, 2. 1. 1, 4. 
7. 16 ; with opt. 3. 2. 36, 4. 

6. 20, 7. 3. 18, 7. 17, 1. 5. 7, 

1. 9. 25, 2. 6. 27, &c. 
'On-drfpoc, o, ov (voTipoc), which 

of two, Lat. uter, 3. 4. 42, 7. 

7. 18; with av and conj. 3. 
1.21. 

"OTTOW (KM), adv. where, where- 
ever, with ind. 1. 5. 9, 3. 1. 1 
3, 7. 2. 18, &c.; with av and j 
conj. 1.3.6,2. 3. 26,3.2.9; j 
with opt. 1. 9. 15, 27, 3. 1. 1 
32, 4. 5. 30. 

'Orrraw, ijrrw, &c., 1o roast, bake \ 
of bread, 5. 4. 29. 

'OTTTOC, >/, or, shortened for ow- ! 
TTJTOC, from OTT-UW, roasted, 
baked of bread, &wrn of bricks, 

2. 4. 12. 

"OJTWC (TOH), ft0H>, with ind. of 
aor. 1. 6. 11; fut. 1. 1. 4, 4. 



6. 7, 8. 9 ; with av and opt. 3. 
1. 7, 2. 5. 7, 4. 3. 14, 5. 7. 7, 
&c.; that, see that, with ind. 
fut. 1.7. 3, 3.1.16, 14,4.6.10, 
3. 1. 18, 7. 3. 34; with conj. 
after a pres. 3. 2. 3, 4. 6. 15, 

5. 1. 12 ; with aor. conj. 1. 

3. 14, 5. 6. 21 ; after a past, 
1. 6. 6, 2. 5. 28, 7. 4. 2; 
with opt. after a pres. hist. 

4. 6. 1, 7. 19; after an im- 
perf. 2. 6. 21, 4. 2. 2, 7. 2. 
12 ; after an aor. 1. 4. 5, 2. 
1. 9, 4. 1. 22, 7. 6. 36. 

Opciw, trj/oua<, eutpaica, ewpufjtai 
and byjyuai, 2 p. oTTWTra, 2 aor. 
elBov, conj. t2w, fut. pass. 
bpa.drjffOfj.ai and 6<f>dfiffo^ut, 
impf. cwpwi', to see, 4. 1. 20, 

1. 8. 26, &c.; 6p roc KSpoc 
a liroiti, he sees what Cyrus 
was doing, 4. 7. 11 ; rove 
ai'dpunrovs we fl^or, 6. 2. 23 ; 
iravra ovra, 5. 5. 24; aff<pa\ee 
or, 7. 2. 15, 5. 8. 15 ; on, 5. 
9. 27 ; roue iroXffjilovQ on, 3. 

2. 29 ; roue orparTjyove ota, 

3. 2. 8 ; pass. 2. 3. 3, 4. 3. 5, 

6. 13. 

'Opyfi, jjfe, v (opf'y w )> ragre, an^rer, 

1. 5. 8, 2. 6. 9. 
'Opyt'o/zcn, tVo/iat or tov^iac, 

wpytir/uat, Act. to exasperate ; 

Mid. to 6e enraged, 1. 2. 26, 

5. 9. 30 ; vi, 1. 5. 11. 
'Opyuta, ae, // (dpe'yw), the length 

of the outstretched arms across 
the body, a fathom, six feet, 
1. 7. 14, 4. 5. 4, 7. 1. 30. 
'Opt'yw, o'pe'w, tiptyfiai and 
dpwpty/ucu, to stretch out, hand, 

7. 3. 29. 

'Opeii'de, V? ov (6'poe), mountain- 
ous, hilly ; dpen-ot Gp^wc, 
iAe A?7Z Thracians, 7. 4. 11, 
5. 2. 2. 



H 2 



IOO 



'Op9ioc, o, ov and oc, ov (o'pflde), \ 
straight up, steep, /^<mic, 
4.2. 14; o^oc, 1. 2.21, 4. 1. 
20 ; opOiov livai, to march up- 
hill, 4. 6. 12 ; re o. the decli- 
vity, the slope, 4. 2. 3, 8. 28 ; 
upOioi Xd^ot, Liv. reciz or- 
dines, battalions in column 
(<paAay, in line); 6. rove Ad- 
XOVQ Troiticrdai, to throw the 
battalions into column, 4. 2. 
11, 8. 10; ayetv, to bring up 
in column, 4. 3. 17, i.e. with 
more men in depth than in 
front. 

'Op0de, >'/, ov, straight, oSo'e, 6. 4. 
38; iWarat, 4. 8. 20; rtapa, 
upright, 2.5.23 ; Lat. rectus. 

"Opflpoc, ov, o (oprvfju, to raise), 
'the dawn, 2. 2. 21, 4. 3. 8. 

'Op0u>c, adv. from dpfJdc, rightly, 
Kpivftv, 1. 9. 30; Xe'ytii', 7. 
o. 39, 2. 5. 6 ; ?x eiv > *' 
ri#i, 3. 2. 7. 

'()ptw, tVw, wptKa, 

(opoc), to bound, 4. 3. 1, 8. 1, 
2 ; to define, 1. 7. 36 ; 6p<- 
eff8ai -orj/Xae, to se w/) 
pillars for boundaries, 7. 5. 
13. 

"Opior, ov, ro, a boundary, fron- 
tier, 4. -8. 8, 5. 4. 2, 10. 19. 

"Opicoc, ov, 6 (epicoc, a barrier, 
ttpyw, to restrain), an oath, 

2. 5. 3 ; 0fJ)v, 2. 5. 7, 3. 1. 
22, 2. 10, Lat. Orcus. 

'Op/jaw, ^<TW, wpprjKa, wp/urjjuat 
{opfiij, opi'vfju, to raise), to in- 
cite, urge, rush ; Mid. to sef OM<, 
ec )(apaf , 3. 4. 33 ; tic ro ^tw- 
tv, 1. 8. 25; CTT' aurouc, 4. 

3. 31 ; rar' ai>Tovc, 5. 7. 25 ; 
afjuXXdaOni, 3. 4. 4 (o^o'r, to 

start on the Way, 3. 1. 8), t 
'E0eVou, 5. 9. 23, &c. 

lw, yaw, &c. (op/'or, e'/pw, 



to fasten), to lie at anchor 
(op/u/w, to i/v'n^ to anchor), 
1. 4. 3, 6. 

, ^ (opwfj.1, to raise), 
movement, 3. 1. 10; er 6p/jrj, 
ow fAe 5to;rf, 2. 1. 3 ; /u 
one impulse, 3. 2. 9. 



, to bring to anchor, 
moor, 3. 5. 10 ; Mid. to come 
to, lie at anchor, 5. 9. 15, 10. 
1,2. 

, ov, ro (opi'tc), a bird, 5. 
9. 23. 

'Opvideioc, a, ov or oc, ov, fowl's 
Kpia, flesh, 4. 5. 31, from 

"Op'ie, I0oc, /; and o (opj'u/jt), rt 
/oti;/, 4. 5. 25. 

'Oporrcre, ov, 6, Orontas, the son- 
in-law of Artaxerxes, satrap 
of Armenia. His wife's name 
was Ehodogune ('Po^oyouri/), 
2. 4. 8, 3. 4. 13. 

'Opoj'rjjc, ov, b, Orontes, a Per- 
sian put to death by Cyrus, 
1. 6. 1, &c. 

"Opoe> toe, ro (opvujut), a moun- 
tain, 4. 7. 21; opoc, a boun- 
dary; o'poc or dppot, whey. 

"Qpo<poc, ov, o (ipifyta), thatch, 7. 

4. 16. 

Opurrw or u<r<rw, v^w, dpwpv^o, 

oputpvypat, vb. dpvicroc, 1. 7. 

14; to <%, 5. 8. 9, 1. 5. 5. 
'Op^avoc, */ ov (o'p^oc, Lat. 

orbus), an orphan, 7 . 2. 32. 
'Opxeo/iai, 7/o-o/Ltat, to dance 

(Act. to ma&e dance), 5. 4. 

34, 9. 5, 11, 12. 
"Opx^fftc, u>c, 7; (o'pxtw), a dance, 

5. 9. 8. 

'Opx7<rrpi'e, /Soc, >/ (opx^'w), a 
female dancer, 5. 9. 12. 

'Qpvpfteviot, a, ov, Orchomenian, 
from 

f,-, ov, 6, Orchomenus, a 



101 



town in Arcadia, NW. from 
Mantinea, 2. 5. 37. 
"Of, ij, o, rel. pron., who, which, 
1. 5. 33, 7. 13, 2. 5. 27; if 
d, for -aSra t<p' u, 1. 2. 2 ; so 
<^>' ovc, 5. 1. 8 ; irepi tii', 7. 6. 
15 ; often the rel. precedes the 
demonstr., o tliriv i\^evffdj] 
TOVTO, 1. 8. 11, 2. 6. 26, 1. 9. 
29, 2. 5. 27, 6. 2. 9, 2. 3. 1 ; 
sometimes includes demonstr. 
and anteced. within itself, owe 
dpfyme for roucai'^paeot/e, 3.2. 
20, 5. 7. 33 ; o t)e Xt'yeic, ^oc? 
aYcz's, as to w;Aa yow sa#, 5. 5. 
20; so a cttTrparroiTo, 3. 5. 5 ; 
Attic attraction, when the rel. 
is in the case of the antecedent, 
ctioi rfJQ i\fv6epias rjc, ] . 7. 3, 
. 1. 1. 8, 3. 2. 21 ; rale Iraip- 

aig ate i]~yov, 5. 4. 33, 1. 3. 16 ; 
rw avopt w, 1. 3. 15, 2. 5. 14 ; 
>/^pa EKTi] a<>' j/c for airo 
raimje ], 5. 10. 12 ; i]Q KO.TE- 
(TTpitiero \wpac, for rijc j^P ^ 
T/y, 1. 9. 14; ///jtoXiov oil for 

TOVTOV O, 1. 3. 21, 5. 7. 13, 

4. 7. 16, 1. 3. 4, 7. 7. 8, 
4. 5. 17, 1. 9. 25, 28 ; some- 
times the anteced. is attracted 
to the case of the rel. dvftXe 
dang olc, for OEUVQ otc, 3. 1. 
6, 1. 4. 15 ; with ind. in ob- 
lique narrative, 1. 9. 28, 3. 1. 

6, 5.2. 17; impf. 2. 1. 2,7. 
3. 7; fat. 2. 1. 17,4. 7. 20; 
with conj. 1. 7. 7, and av, 1. 
3. 15 ; with opt. 1. 3. 17, &c. 
if y (xpovw), during which 
time, 1. 2. 20 ; cat 6'c, and he ; 
a0' ou, since, 3. 2. 14 ; e ov, 
in consequence of which, 6. 4. 
11; p.t-)(pic ov, unto where, 1. 

7. 6, 5. 4. 16 ; 2t* o, on 
which account, wherefore, 1. 
2.21. 



O<Ttoc, a, or, pious, 2. 6. 25, 5. 

8.26. 
O<TOC, /, ov, Lat. quantus, how 

great, 3. 1. 19; pi. how 

many, 2. 5. 10 ; as, after -<>- 

OOVTOC, TOffovTot offnvc, so manij 

as, 2. 1. 16, 4. 26, 3. 1. 36'; 

ravra oaa, 3. 1. 7, 5. 1. 

5 ; Tray oVov, 7. 6. 36; Trar- 

ra Sera, 4. 4. 9, 7. 1. 2; Xa- 

ftovreQ oaoi f/trav flotc, 7. 

8.16; with ind. 5. 3. 12, 5. 

14; in oblique narrative, 4. 

2. 17 ; with opt. iterative, 1. 

9. 23; in oblique narr. 1. 5. 

9, 2. 6. 25 ; with oV and 

conj. 5. 1. 12, 6. 1. 14, 7. 3. 

20; as far as, 3. 3. 15, 7. 3. 

9 ; O(TOV ov, all out, 7. 2. 5 ; 

^>' oaov, as ivide as, 6. 1. 19; 

Sfftd roflrov-w, the more the 

more, with comparatives, Lat. 

quanto tanto, 7. 3. 20. 
QaocrwEp, TjTTtjO, ovirfp, as man// 

as, 6. 3. 28, 4. 3. 2, 7. 4. 19; 
oaourep, 1. 7. 9 ; 



more difficult, 7. 7. 28. 

iJKEp, owfp, who, which 
indeed, 2. 6. 29, 3. 2. 10; 

what, 1. 4. 5, 3. 2. 29 ; 
, 5. 4. 34, 4. 20, 8. 15. 

, ov, TO, pulse, 4. 4. 9, 
5. 26, 6. 2. 6, 4. 1. 
"O<rne, 7?nc, o, rt, wAOf which, in 
indirect questions, with ind. 
5. 7. 23, 2. 1. 2, 1. 6. 9, 2. 
1 ? 17, 2. 4. 7, 7. 3. 29, 1. 8. 
21, &c.; with conj. 1.7.7; 
opt. 3. 1. 40, 2. 3. 23, 5. 7. 
6 ; rie <rrat oanq with ind. 

2. 1. 11, 4. 1. 26 ; whoever, 

3. 1. 26, 2. 9, 39; a sing. 
after a pi. ra 7rtr/2ia cirw, 4. 
1. 9, 3. 3. 1, 6. 3.7; o<m c 

, 1. 1. 5, 2. 5. 32 ; 



IO2 



a/f Ofj.a.1 - Qvpavo? 



it, OTOV, since, 7. 8. 4 ; orov is 
for ovrtvof, and ci'rw for ri> <, 
orou >/, some one or other, 
4. 7. 25, 5. 2. 24; ^170" bv- 



without even asking any ad- 
ditional pay whatever, 7.6. 27. 

'Ocropa/i'o/jat, d<7^>p^CTo/jai, 1 aor. 
pass. wff<f>pa.fdqf, to perceive 
by the smell, to smell, 5. 8. 3. 

"Orur, ivhen, whenever, with 
conj. 5. 5. 20. 7. 12, 8. 20, 
7. 7. 47, 6. 4. 26, &c. 

"Ore, when, with ind. 1. 2. 9, 3. 

4. 8, 5. 3. 6, &c.; opt. 2. 6. 
12, 4. 1. 16. 

"On, I. that, with ind. even in 
oblique nar. 7. 2. 19, 2. 4. 
21, &c., and also opt. 2. 2. 
15, 5. 9. 16; t\-yov on tit], 
3. 5. 15, 1. 10, 1. 3. 7; on 
in direct nar. answers to our 
inverted commas, and is not 
translated, 1. 6. 7, 8 ; pleonastic 
in some edd., with inf. 5.9.29; 
with we, 6. 2. 18. II. because, 
2. G. 28, 29, 4. 8. 6 ; with ind. 
even in oblique car. 1. 2. 21, 

2. 3. 19. III. quam, with 
superl. on irXelaroi, as many 
as possible, 3. 1. 45, 1. 1. 6, 

3. 4. 5, &c. 

Ov, before a vowel OVK, before 
an aspirate ov\ t when empha- 
tic ov, 1. 6. 7 ; not, no, 2. 6. 

5, &c. ; OVK t(t>rj=negavit, 1. 
3. 1, 2. 5. 12 ; ov pij yt'rjjrat, 
will not prove, 5. 10. 4, 7. 3. 
26, in interrog. sentences= 
nonne, 3. 1. 29, 7. 6. 24. 

Ov, adv., where, 3. 4. 32, 4. 7. 
27 ; irpo'iorrfQ ov, advancing to 
the place where t 2. 1. 6. 

Ov, Dat. ol, Ace. ?, Pers. Pron. 
sui, sibi, se, himself, him, 1. 1. 

. 8, 2. 8 ; <T<t>tl<;, 5. 7. 18, 7. 5. 



9 ; <T(ptiv, 4. 3. 28, 5.6.3; 
<r</*ae, 5. 7. 25, 7. 2. 16 ; ofyioi, 

6. 4. 5. 

fi, adv., nowhere, 5. 5. 3, 

7. 3'. 12. 

v^apodei', adv., /roffj nowhere, 
2. 4. 23, 4. 5. 30. 
vSu/ioi), adv., nowhere, 6. 1. 16, 
2. 2. 18, &c. 

VCJE, adv., and not, nor, 1. 2. 
25, 1. 4. 8, 4. 7. 11; ovrt 
ovrs ovdi, neither nor nor 
yet, 1. 6. 11 ; ovt etc, not 
one even, 3. 1. 2, 31, 6. 1. 16. 
v^fic, spia, >', no one, none, 1. 
9. 3 ; ou^flc ovcifj 3. 1. 16, 

1. 8. 20 ; ovciv, in no way, 
not at all, 7. 1. 25 ; so ovHv 
TI, 7. 3. 35. 

vStTTore, adv., never, 2. 6. 13. 
i^eVw, adv., not yet, 7. 3. 24. 
vKtri, adv., no longer, 1. 8. 17, 

2. 6. 3 ; OVKETI p/, 2. 2. 12. 

, nof therefore, surely not ; 
, therefore, then, 1. 6. 7, 

3. 2. 19, 6. 3. 21, 3. 5. 6, 2. 
5.24. 

Ovr, therefore, 1. 4. 14, 4. 5. 15 ; 
after yap, 3. 2. 30, 32, 5. 1. 
4,2.6.11; ptv olv, 1.7.17,3. 
1. 19; 3' ovY, 1. 2. 12; mi 
yap ovV, ivherefore, 1. 9. 8, 
12, 17, 2. 6. 13. 

, where indeed, 4. 8. 26. 
. newer, 2. 5. 7, 3. 1. 3, 
1. 3. 5. 

, not yet, 3. 2. 14, 1. 5. 12, 
&c. 

Ovpa, ac, /, the tail, the rear of 
of an army, 3. 4. 38, 42, 6. 
3.5. 

Ouptiyoc, ov, o (ovpa, 7/yt'o/zm), 
fAe leader of the rear-guard, 

4. 3. 26, 29. 

o (.vp l ' v i ui > to raise), 
heaven, 4. 2. 2. 



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103 



Ovc, LJTOC, rd, the ear, 7. 4. 3. 

Ovr (iv- f., neither nor, 1. 3. 
6 ; ov- ovre pi]i', nor nor 
indeed, 7. 6. 22 ; ovre re, 
neque et, and not and, 2. 

5. 4, 4. 3. 6, 5. 28 ; ovrc ^, 
j5. 9. 26, 6. 1. 16. 

Ovri, not at HflT, by~ no means, 7. 

6. 11, al. ovroi. 

Ovroc, (IVTTJ, TOVTO, dem. pron., 
this, does not stand between 
the art. and noun ; ovroc o 
aft'ip, or o ai'ijp ovroc, 7. 5. 3 ; 
it is sometimes assimilated with 
the pred. TO.VTT\V r/)f yi'w/iijv 
t\ti>, this is the opinion I enter- 
tain, 2. 2. 12, 4. 8. 4, 7. 5, 3. 
5. 9 ; rai/ra d>Xvap/ac tivai, 1. 
3. 18; ravra, JAese words, 1. 

7. 6, &c. ; ro Kara TOVTOV firm, 
as yr as <Azs maw z's concerned, 

1.6. 9 ; TOVTtitV TOlOVTtiiV OV- 

rwi', swcA oem<7 <Ae case, 2. 5. 

12 ; ravra, for this reason 

(cid), 4. 1. 21; KOI ovroc, 2. 

5. 20, &c. ; ical raiJra, and that 

too, 1. 4. 12, 2. 4. 15, &c. 
Ovroffl, avTiji, TOVT'I, this here, 

Lat. hicce, 1. 6. 6, 7. 2. 24, 6. 

12. 
Ovrw, before a vowel ovrwc, so ; 

<ic, as ovrwc, so, 1. 2. 15 ; 

ov TroXXot, 4. 8. 21, 6. 1. 12. 
Ovx/, a strong form of ov, 7. 7. 

47. 
'O^>t'Xfc, T//TW, a(f>ei\ijKa (2 aor. 

tU^>Xor, fAaf, Lat. utinam, 2. 

1. 4), to owe, 1.2.11, 7.7.34. 
"O^fXoc, TO, only used in nom. 

and ace., benefit, use, 1. 3. 11, 

2. 6. 9. 

c, ov, o 
?, 4. 5. 13. 



<o owe, incur, be 
guilty, 5. 8. 1 ; 2 aor. w^Xov. 



O<ppvvtov, ov, TO, Ophrynium, a 

town in the Troad, 7. 8. 5. 

ov, 6 (GXOC, O'XE'W, t'xw), 

a canal, channel, 2. 4. 13. 

<TW (oxCj ^xw, Lat. veho), 

to carry ; Mid. to n'o'e, 3. 4. 

47. 

x^/wa, aroc, ro (6\eui), a vehicle, 

support, 3. 2. 19. 

>?c, >/ (oyftoc, a furrow, 
, f/ie bank of a river, 4. 

3. 3, 5, 17, 23. 

, ov, 6 (jEol. oXxoe, with 

dig. Lat. vulgus, Eng. folk), 

people ; 6 TroXve oxXog, the 

numerous multitude, 3. 2. 36, 

2. 5. 9; trouble, 3. 2. 27. 
e> d, dy (tx w ) strong, 1. 2. 

24 ; strongly-defended, 1. 2. 

22 ; o'xvpd, strong places, 4. 

7. 17. 
'O4*, adv., Za/e (contr. fr. oirtffdt, 

oTTtc), 4. 5. 5, 3. 4. 36, 2. 2. 

16; adj. GI//IOC, a, ov (o'v/'/a, 

sc. <Spa), evening, 6. 3. 31. ; 

Comp. oi^iatTefJoc, Sup. o'^t 

atraroc. 
'Oi|//w, to-w (o'^f), <o ^o or cowze, 

late, 4. 5. 5. 

"O^ic, ewe, i] (oVro^at), appear- 
ance, 2. 3. 15 ; si^^^, spectacle, 

5. 9. 9. 



n. 

', ov, rd (jrac, Kpdrot), 
the pancratium, a contest in 
wrestling and boxing, 4. 8.27. 

IlayxaXcTroc, oc, ov (?rac, x a ~ 
XfTrdc), very difficult, hard, 5. 
2. 20 ; adv. 7. 5. 16. 

ndOijyua, aroc, rd (Trd^xw), suffer- 
ing, 7. 6. 30. 

Ildfloc, toe, rd (irdirxw), suffer- 
ing ; ru avrov iratiof, of what 



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104 



he had endured, 1. 5. 14 ; o, 

ro iradoc ftij, what was the 

matter, 4. 5. 7. 

atavt^w, iffti) (jratav, di'oc> o), 

/o chant the pcean, sing a song 

of triumph, 3. 2. 9 ; on the 

making of a truce, 5. 9. o, 11 ; 

before beginning battle, 1. 

8. 17, 10. 10, 4. 3. 19, 29, 31, 

8. 16, 5. 2. 14, &c. 

/o, ac, /; (7rat?euw), educa- 

tion, training, 4. 6. 15. 
IIat2fpaoT/;c, ou, o (TCUC, tpaw), 

a /orer of boys, 7. 4. 7. 
II </ tceuw, tvaii), veirai^evKa, irfjrai- 

tuvnai (Tralc), to instruct, 1. 

9.3. 
ILaicitica, wr, ra (iraTc), a darling, 

a favourite, 2. 6. 6, 28, 5. 8. 

4 ; Lat. deliciae. 
IIai2to', ou, TO ^Tralc), a child, 4. 

7. 13. 
Ilcultovq, T/C, */ ('TftTc)i ct young 

girl, maiden, 4. 3. 11. 
IlaiCj Trainee, 6 and >j (?ra/w ?), a 

ioy or <7zW, son, 1. 1. 1, 7. 9; 

pi. children, 1. 9. 2, 4. 8. 27; 

IK irailwv, from childhood, 4. 

6. 14. 
Haifa, Traiati) (ireiranca, Tre 



^uai, from irXriaffii), to strike, 3. 

I. 29 ; oXtyac (TrXijyac), too 
few blows, 5. 8. 12; 6. 4. 27 ; 

TTU, 5. 8. 16; /3aKTT)pi<p, 2. 3. 

II, 4. 6. 2; pa^alp^, 5. 9. 
5, 1. 10. 7 ; Xoyx??, 5. 8. 16, 
3. 2. 19, 1. 8. 26, &c. 

Ila tw rt ^w = wata vifa. 

IlaXat, adv., long, 4. 8. 14, 4. 5. 

5 ; cat TraXcu, ei;e long ago, 

1. 6. 9. 
ITaXatoc, a, di' (TraXat), oW, 4. 

5. 35 ; ro TraXaidi', formerly, 

in old times, 3. 4. 7. Comp. 

jraXat'rcpoc, Sup. TraXatrarog. 



TTaXaiw, aiaui, TTfTraXai/ca, 
Xato-^ai, /o wrestle, 4. 8. 26. 

riciX)/. 170, ^ (vraXXw), wrestling, 
4. 8. 27. 

IlaXix, adv., Jflrcfc ; aytn , 4. 8. 
28; tp-^tffdaij 3. 1.7; >/Ctr, 
4. 3. 12, 6. 2. 8, &c. ; again, 
1. 10. 6, 3. 1. 29, &c. 

IIaX\a*;/c, t?oc, ; = 7raXXa, a 
concubine, 1. 10. 2. 

IlaXroi', ou, ro (TraXXw), a spear, 
javelin, each Persian horse- 
man carried two, 1. 5. 15, 8. 

3, 27 ; ac l^aTJ/x" (9 ft.), 5. 

4. 12, 25. 



ve/'y numerous, 3. 2. 11. 

IIa//7roXw?, TrdXXj;, TroXv (Tflf, 

TroXve), wer^/ many, 2. 4. 26, 

3. 4. 13, 7. 7. 35 ; pi. 4. 1. 

8, 6. 26 ; 7TI TTCtyUTToXv TJ/g 

daXaffffTje, far out into the sea, 

7. 5. 12. 
UafjiTroi'Tjpoc, cc, oy (TC, Trovrjp- 

dc), thoroughly bad, 6. 4. 25. 
Davoupyi'a, ac, / (TTQC, pyov), 

knavery, villany, 7. 5. 11. 
Darouoyoc, ou, o (TQC, epyor), a 

viV/atn, 2. 5. 39, 6. 26. 
EIa>'ra7rdo-(j'), (TOC), adv., 

u-holly, entirely, 3. 4. 26, 4. 2. 

3, 4. 5. 3, 5. 2. 20 ; with neg. 

not at all, 3.1.31, 38, 2. 5. 18. 
Ilavraxji (^rde) adv., everywhere, 

2. 5. 7, al. iravTa^r}. 
Mavrayov (vrac), adv., every- 

where, 2. 6. 7. 
HaKreXwe (ira>TX/c, Tac, re'Xoe), 

completely, 7. 4. 1. 

(TTOC), adv., everywhere, 

2.5.7; on all sides, 1. 2. 22, 

2. 3. 3, al. truvTii. 

dc, 7/, dv (TTOC), o/" a/Z 
, 1. 2. 22, 4. 4. 9, 6. 2. 5. 
II(i'ro0i' (jrac), from, on all 

sides, 3. 1. 12. 



TlavTOios Ylapa.Ka.Ta0rJKrj 105 



, a, ov (?rdt), of all '. 

sorts, 1. 5. 2. 
IlaiTOffE (TOC), MI a^ directions, 

7. 2. 23. 
IlaV-we (fdc), wholly, altogether, 

7. 1. 43. 
tlavv (TTOC), t>ery ; oX/yoi, 5. 6. 

7 ; very well, 5. 9. 31 ; ou i 

iravv Trpoe, not very near, 1. 8. ! 

14 ; ov iravv TI, not at all, \ 

5. 9. 26 ; TTO.VV per ovv, quite 
so, 7. 6. 4. 

Huofiai (a), irayofjiai, irtirafjLai, to 
acquire, 1. 9. 19, 3. 3. 18, 7. 

6. 9 [iraonat (a), iraarofjiai, 
TTfTratTfjiai, to taste]. 

TLapa, a prep. gov. Gen., Dat., 
Ace. ; with Gen. from beside, 
Dat. close beside, Ace. to beside. 
GEN. : by, after a Pass, vb., 1. 
9. 1 ; from, 3. 4. 8, 5. 6. 18 ; 
Tropa fiaaiXlwc, 1. 1. 5, 2. 4. j 
24; Trap' vp.u>v, 5. 5. 19, 7. 3. | 
7 ; ra Trapa /3a<riAfaJc, the mes- 
sages from the king, 2. 3. 4. 
DAT.: close beside, 1. 3. 7 ; ol 
?rap' ai/rw ftapftapot, the bar- 
barians with him, 1. 1. 5 ; Trap' 
drSpi iKStcofiivT], given in mar- 
riage to a man, 4. 1. 24 ; ra 
Trrip' ijj.01, my affairs, 1. 7. 4. 
Ace. : to, iroptvtaOai, &C., 1. 
3. 7, 1. 2. 12 ; along, ray ra- 
tc, 3. 1. 32 ; beside, near, 
Trapa -rjv bcvv, 1. 2. 13, 1. 8. 5 ; 
Trapa ITOTOV, with wine, 2. 3. 
15 ; contrary to, rag airovSaf, 
1.9. 8, 5. 8. 17 ; Trap' dXt'yoi', 
of little importance, 6. 4. 11. 

IIapa/3aivw, /3'/ffo/mt, &C., to 
break, 4. 1. 1. 

IIopa/3oj/0'w, J/<TW, &c., to come 
to help, 4. 7. 24. 

HapayyeXXw, \w, &C., to tell, 
give orders, 1. 8. 3, 15, 22 ; 
summon, tls TO, osrAa, 1. 5. 13; 



to give out, TO avvdrjua, 1. 8. 
16. With Inf., 1. 8, 3, 3. 4. 
14, 4. 3. 17 ; with Dat,, and 
Ace. and Inf., 1.2. 1,4.3.26, 
29, 5. 2. 12 ; Kara ra irapijy- 
yi\p.iva, according to instruc- 
tions, 2. 2. 8. 

IIapayy\<ric, ta>e, rj, the word of 
command, 4. 1. 5. 

Hapaytyyo/iat, yevijaopat, &c., 
to be with ; rm r 5. 6. 8, 7. 2. 
34 ; to come, tig Zaplftc, 1.2. 
3; to be present, iv rn ^a\-n, 
1. 7. 12. 

Itapayw, aw, &c., to Za<? along, 
bring along, 7. 2. 8, 6. 3 ; tic 
ra TrXaym, i a?i oblique direc- 
tion, 3. 4. 14. 

Ilapuywy//, qg, ?/, conveyance, 5. 

1. 16. 

-oc, ou, 6, a park, 1. 2. 7, 
9, 4. 10, 2. 4. 14; hence, 
paradise. 

fjii, cw<rw, &c., to hand 
over, give up ; qyt/zoVa rtw, 4. 

2. 1, 6. 1, 7. 3. 40 ; \fyar, 5. 
5. 10; oirXa, 2. 1. 8; to give 
out, TO avvdrjua, 7. 3. 34 ; >*/' 
oc foot TrapactciLm, if the gods 
grant it, 6. 4. 34. . 

appOvw, vvu, &c., to en- 
courage, 2. 4. 1 ; Tiva, 3. 1. 
39. 

tw, dfvaopat, &c., to run 
beyond, outrun, 4. 7. 12. 
patccw, <rw, &c., to recom- 
mend, 5. 7. 35, 7. 3. 20 ; ad- 
dress, exhort, 1. 7. 2. 
patrfofiat, rjffOfiai, &c., to 
intercede for, irepi, 6. 4. 29. 
pacaXfw, iau>, &c., to send for, 
summon, 3. 1. 32, 1. 6. 5 ; 
to encourage, exhort, 6. 3. 
24, 3. 1. 24, 36, 44. 
pajcaraO/jujj, TJC, / (:raoa, cara, 
rt'0ij/xt), a deposit, 5. 3. 7. 



106 Hapa.KtfJLai 



t, to lie beside, 

7. 3. 22. 
IlapaKt\VOfjiai, evao/Jiai, &c., Dep. 

Mid. to exhort, encourage ; 

aXAY/Xoic, 4. 2. 11; a'ideiv, 4. 

7. 20; ai/765 /zr) palatial, 1. 

7. 9, 8. 11, 3. 4. 48. 
HapuKt \evfftc, EWC, /;, cheering on, 

encouraging, 4. 8. 28. 
IIapucoXou0w, r/<rw, &c., to jfo/- 

/OM? close beside, 3. 3. 4, 4. 

4.7. 
IIupaXa/i/3aj'w, Xjj^/o/^at, &c., to 

take with one ; nva, 5. 6. 36, 

7. 2. 17; to receive, 7. 7. 7, 

47 ; ra EKEiVov, Azs command, 

6. 2. 11. 
IlapaXttTrw, i//w, &c., to jaass 

over, 6. 4. 18 ; to leave behind, 

6. 1. 19. 
JlapaXvw, Xvtrw, &c., to take off 

TO. Ttrjlakia, our rudders, 5. 1. 

11. 
napaXvTT, ijffM, &c., to grieve 

along with, ol TT., the trouble- 

some, refractory, 2. 5. 29. 
Hapafjiiifiia, ^/w, to pass by, 1. 

10. 10. 
napa^eXew, ^ITW, &c., to disre- 

gard, 7. 8. 12 ; opKwv, 2. 

5. 7. 
Hapajjicrw, juevw, &c., to remain 

with, continue, 2. 6. 2. 



e thighs ; ra IT., 
armour for the thighs, cuisses, 
1. 8. 6. 

tfjiTrii}, TTf'/u^/w, &c., to 
, 4. 5. 20, 6. 1. 15. 
td;, TrXevattyiai, &c., to 
sail past, along, 5. 1. 11, 7. 
15 ; t?c, 5. 6. 10, 7. 2. 7. 
Ilapon-X/;(Tioc, oc, ov and a, ov, 
like, similar, 1. 5. 2 ; 
TT. otctTrep, /z^e iAaf w which, 
1. 3. 18. 



pew, pei/ffo/iai, ippvrjKa, to 
flow pa.sf, 5. 3. 8 ; to sh)) o/', 

4. 4. 11. 

IIapai7ayyr;e, ov, o, a Persian 
far sang, a parasang=30 sta- 
dia, 2. 2. 6, nearly 3^ miles, 
or an hour's march, differing 
according to the difficulties of 
the road. One day's march 
(orofl/io'c) was on an average 5 
parasangs, or about 17 miles. 

HapatrKva(i), a<rw, &c., to get 
ready, prepare, 3. 1. 16, 5. 2. 
13 ; we fie pa^v, 1. 8. 1 ; 
?rt rove Tro\/j.iovc, 3. 1. 36 ; 
dvtriav, 4. 8. 25 ; rrfv a<pn$ov, 

5. 2. 21 ; OTTWC djuvj'ov/ztOa, 3. 
1. 14 ; o'lKafe, to go home, 7. 
7. 57 ; Tr)v yj'w/tzjji/, having 
made up our minds, 6. 1. 17. 

HapaffKevi], JJQ, jy (Trapa, ff/cevoc, 

toe, ro, a vessel), preparation, 

1.2.4. 
IIapa<TO}j'ew, T/TW, &c., to pitch 

one's tent beside or near, rm, 

3. 1. 28. 



arrangement, 5. 2. 13. 

IIapara<r<TW, ra^w, rs'rdx ? rt'ray- 
p.ai, to draiv up, am^ange, in 
order of battle, 1. 10. 10, 4. 
3. 3, &c. 

IlaparEtVw, revw, rt'ra/ca, rtra/iat, 
to stretch out, extend, (paXayya, 
7.3.48 ; to draw,make,ra^ov, 
1. 7. 15. 

IIapar/0j/Jt, 9i']crw, TtOeiKa, r0t- 
juat, to place; iirl TTJV Tpairt- 
av, 4. 5. 31 ; to /ay 
beside one, oirXa, 5. 9. 8. 
txw, Opfopai or 

pr)Ka, c)C~pa|u7juai, 2 
aor. 'ilpunov, to run by or joasi, 
otk-iav, 7. 4. 18 ; to run over, 
flUiTrXtQpov, 4. 7. 6; run up 
to, t'c \wptor, 4. 7. 11. 



Tlappao-La IOJ 



, adv. for irapa TO 
, on the spot, straight- 
way, 7. 7. 24. 

Ilaptyyvdw, i]aii> (irupa, iv, yvlor, 
a hand), to pass from hand to 
hand, to order, command, 
ravra, 7. 1. 22 ; iv-^iaQai, 4. 
8. 16: ivtffOai, 4. 1. 17; to 
/)C/S ^e word, orparj/yoi/e 
TrapieYai, 6. 3. 12, 7. 3. 46. 

J/, i/c, ^, order, 6. 3. 13. 
i, Iffofjiai (irapa, fipi) to be 
present, Lat. adesse, 1. 5. 15; 
etc -//v iZiraaiv, 7. 1. 11 ; Tiri, 

1. 1. 1, 3. 1. 46, 6. 4. 20; 
OTTO, 1. 10. 16; e/c, 1.2.2, 7. 

2. 5,4. 6 ; wpoc, 6. 4. 26 ; iv 
-w irapoirt, at the present time, 
2. 5. 8 ; ro irapovra. (irpay- 
yunra), f/ig present state of', 
a/airs, 1. 3. 3, 3. 1. 34, 

4. 1. 26 ; vapor, like to', 
ti fom<7 zn owr power, 5. 8. 3 ; 
another reading is Trapdiroc, 
being at hand. 

Etapet^tt (irapa, ft/ut), fo pass, 4. 

5. 8, 6. 3. 12; irapa r}v ^(i- 
Xayya, 6. 3. 23; 3. 2. 35, 4. 

2. 19 ; x w i' a > 5 - 4 - 30 > 3 - 4 - 
37 : Tivn, 4. 7. 12 ; to pass 
on, 3. 4. 48, 7. 3. 16. 

affw or \<3, e\lj- 
, f\ii\ufjiai, to march past, 
1. 2. 16; nVfe j9as#, 1. 8. 12, 
14, 6. 1. 2. 17 ; tVi rov t-mrov, 

3. 4. 46, 3. 25 ; lift ap//aroc, 
1. 2. 16. 

apfp-^Ofjiui, tXfvffOfjtai, cX/)\vda, 
2 aor. irapijXBoy, to go past, 1. 

4. 4, 3. 4. 39 ; pass through, ; 
1. 7. 17 ; to pass, 1. 7. 18 ; 
2fa rov Ktparoc, 1. 10. 6 ; ttaw 
row Ti\ovf, 2. 4. 12; ffuy- 
6ripa irapipxtTat, passes along 
the line, 1. 8. 16 ; ot irapiXr]- 
\v66res TroVot, 4. 3. 2. 



w or irapaff\i<rw, Trap- 
n, trapfff'^rjpai, impf. jrap- 
et^o*', 2 aor. irapiayov, to fur- 
nish, supply ; aX^ira, 5. 3. 9 ; 
ayopav, 2. 3. 26, 5. 10. 10 ; 
<0 render, make, TIJV ^wpav 
^tXtav, 2. 3. 26, 2. 5. 13, 6. 
27, 7. 6. 22 ; to excite, <t>6pov, 
3. 1. 18 ; to give up, kavrov t/c 
Kpiffiv, 6. 4. 20 ; Kplveu, 6. 4. 
16 ; Z Trou'ir, 2. 3. 22 ; Mid. 
to display, 7rpo0u/itav, 7. 6. 
11. 

HapOlviov, ov, TO, Parthenium, a 
town in Mysia, 7. 8. 15. 

Ilapdlvtoe, ov, o, the Parthem'us, 
a river in Paphlagonia, \vhere 
Artemis (; TrapfoVoc) bathed, 
5. 6. 9. 

IlapfoVoc, ov, f], a virgin, 3. 2. 25. 

Ilapiavoi, G>r, ol, the inhabitants 
of 

, ov, ro, Parium, a town 
in Mysia, 7. 3. 20. 
pirjp.i, i'iffu>, &c., <o yie/c?, give 
way, 5. 7. 10. 

, 7rapa<mj(7a>, vaplff- 
a, TraptffTcif.ia.1 (irapa, 1(rrr)~ 
fji i), fo place by ; Intr. /o stand 
by ; pres., impf., fut., 1 aor., 
trans.; 2aor.,pf.,plpf.intrans.; 
5. 8. 10, 7. 8. 3, 5. 9. 22. 

IIapooc, ov, ?/ (/rapa, o^dj), a 

passage, 1. 4. 4. 
Ilcipoii'Cai, rjffti), &c., impf. tTrapy- 

vovv, 1 aor. Lirapyvrjaa, double 

augm. (fl-apa, otyoc), fo ac< 

insolently tinder the influence 

of wine, 5. 8. 4. 
Hapoi\ofjiai, ijaofjiai 

to be gone by, TO. 

the things that are past, the 

jjast, 2. 4. 1. 
Happaaia, as, ij, Parrhasia, a 

town in Arcadia, on Mt. Ly- 

czeus, hence 



io8 



n 



ap p 



U 



avco 



Happaoioc, o, ov, adj., ParrJia- 
sian, 1. 1. 2. 

Tlaiiverans, t?oc, /, Parysatis, 
Persian Pharziris, was the dr. 
of Artaxerxes Longimanus, 
and mar. her own brother 
Darius Ochus. Artaxerxes 
Mnemon and Cyrus the 
Younger were her sons. She 
was a bold, bad woman, cruel 
and vindictive, 1. 1. 1, 4, 
4.9. 

Ildr, Tracer, irav, all, every irana 
ocSoc, every way ; iraira. /y 6dc, 
the whole way, 2. 5. 9 ; iravrtq 
ol orpartwrai, 4. 3. 19, 1. 9. 3 ; 

01 Trarrec uvdpujTroi, 5. 6. 7, is 
stronger than Trance a.vQfni)iroi, 
3. 1. 18 ; ot TrcWee, 5. 7. 27 ; 
TO. TrcWa, completely, 2. 1. 1 ; 
also TraiTd, 1. 3. 10; fj TOV 
Karros apx>;, the command 
of the whole army, 5. 10. 12, 

6. 1. 1. ; ftta Travroc iroXf/Jov, 
in every kind of warfare, 3. 
2. 8 ; TraiTT) yap iratra role 
flfolc i/rro^a :t TrajTa^i; TTCU'- 
Twr toroi' ot foot icparoiifft, for 
in all places all things are sub- 
ject to the gods, and in all 

i directions all things the gods 

rule equally, 2. 5. 7. 
Ilao-fW, wi'oc, 6, Pasion, a Me- 

garian, 1. 2. 3, 4. 7. 

IlaO^W, 7Tl'<7OyUat, 2 p. TTfTTOfda, 

2 aor. eVaflo)', <o suffer, 3. 
1. 41, 4. 2; n, 3. 1. 17, 

7. 1. 28 ; o, rt av 2e'p, 1. 3. 
5, 6 ; fjrj^iv wapa rac airor- 
?ac, 1. 9. 8 ; ovdev KaKov, 7. 4. 
13 ; KdKWG, to be ill off, in 
an evil plight, 3. 3. 7 ; tv, 
to be well treated', avd' uv iv 
tiradov, for at'Ti TOVTWV &, in 
return for the benefits I re- 
ceived, 1. 3. 4, 7. 7. 8 ; v<p t5- 



', by wlwm thcif 
were wont to be ill-treated, 5. 

2. 2 ; i]i' TI Trudy, if he should 
meet with any misfortune, a 
euphemism for death, 5. 3. 6, 
7. 2. 14 ; ri /^y av oilrwc 
eVaSoj/ o-ou, ^uzW tarn grave 
passi essent, ut, what injury 
could they have suffered of such 
magnitude as, 5. 8. 17 ; ot 
raura Tracr^oyree, 3. 4. 20 ; 
a^iKwrara, 7. 1. 16; cetvu, 7. 
1. 25 ; KaKa, 2. 5. 5, 4. 3. 2 ; 
ayoOov, 5. 5. 9, 7. 3. 20. 

Harayvac, or Har^ywac, a, 6, 
Pataguas, a Persian, 1. 8. 1. 

Haraacrd), Trnra^w, 7r7raray/iat, 
<o strike, 4. 8. 25, 7. 8. 14. 

IIar//p, Trarpoe, 6, a father, 7. 6. 
38. 

Harptoc, a, or, of a father avv 
rw irarpiy ^povj/^art, with the 
spirit of your fathers, 3. 2. 16. 
Herm. says irarpia, 5? patris 
sunt, of a father, Lat. patrius ; 
Trarpwa, g'Mflp a patre veniunt, 
hereditary ; Trarpik-a, qualia 
patris sunt, paternal, Lat. pa- 
ternus ; Otjaavpoi irarptoi, 5. 

4. 27 ; j/djuoc, 7. 8. 5. 
ITarpt'c, /coe, ?'/, fatherland, native 

country, Lat. patria, 1. 3. 6, 

3. 1. 3, 4, 7. 1. 29. 
IlarpwoG, a, or and oc, ov, here- 
ditary otKia, 3. 1. 11 ; ao-^i'i, 

1. 7. 6 ; xtya, 7. 3. 31, 2. 
34. 

IlauXa, T/C, ^ (irauw), cessation, 

5. 7. 32. 

7rau<7a, TCirflvca, iriirav- 
fjiai, to cause to cease, cause 
to halt ; Mid. to .cease, to stop, 
r/)i'<a'Aayya,4.8.10; viro^iac, 

2. 5. 2 ; Tiva ii'o^Xovvra, 2. 5. 
13 ; Mid. to cease, -jroXf^ov, 1. 

6. 6 ; TTo'rwj', 5. 1. 2 ; with 



f /a IT e\ r 77 



109 



part. 3. 1. 19, 5. 9. 27, 7. G. 
35. 

Ila^Xayor/a, oo, >/, Paphlagonia, 
a district in Asia Minor ; adj. 
Ha^Xayovuoc, ?;, oV, 5. 2. 22, 
6. 6. Inh. Ila^Xaywj', oVof, o. 

Ila^oc, tor, ro (Tra^ug), thick- 
ness, 5. 4. 13. 

i a, w, ifo'c&, large, 4. 8. 
2, 5. 4. 25. 

;, 770, i; (TTE^a), Lat. pedtca, 
a chain for the feet, fetters, 4. 
3.8. 



>?, ov 

'uel, 5. 5. 2, 7. 1. 24. 
Tltcioi', ov, TO (W<W), a plain, 

1.2. 22, 5. 1,5. 6. 6, &c. 
He^ivta, tvaw (TT^O(), to travel 

on foot, or by land, 5. 5. 4. 
Ilf^ji (TTE^OS), on foot; (TirevBtir, 
3.' 4. 49 ; <ua/3aroe, 1. 4. 18 ; 
tion-C, 7. 1. 1 ; ovre TT. our 
Kara SaXarrai', 5. 6. 10; 
, 5. 6. 1, 6. 2. 12 ; 
, 5. 4. 5. 

^oc, r], ov (iria, vovs), on 
t, fiyovf.iai, 7. 3. 45; fivt'u* 
ic, infantry, 1. 3. 12. 

[cw, ?;o-w, to 06^ one in 
authority, 1. 9. 17. 

Trticrw, iriireiKa, Trliret- 
t, 2 aor. fTriHor, 2 p. TrfVot- 
0a, / ^-ws^ ; to persuade, Mid. 
to 06e?/ ; ai/ro;' TroptvetrOai, 5. ! 
10. 13; ri)v 7rdXt' we aot- 
Kovai, 2. 6. 2 ; Xf'ywi',7. 2. 10 ; | 
Xoyoic Tti-o, 2. 6. 4 ; Mid. 1. 1. 
3, 5. 1. 13, 1. 3. 6, 3. 2. 30 ; 
ro>w, 7. 3. 39; TTE.ffrfo^ 2. 6. 
8 ; to believe, Treitierai avru /.n] 
fl'at ^pj'/^ara, Ae believes he 
has no money, 7. 8. 3. 
. Ilfirdw, rjaii), Trf.iriirr\Ka, to be 
hungry, coutr. with r] for a, 1. 
9. 27. 
ITfTpa, ac, //, a trial, proof, ex- 



perience, 3. 2. 16, 5. 8. 15 ; 
iv jreipq. Kvpov, on intimate 
terms with Cyrus, 1. 9. 1. 
eipud), d(7w, TTtTTfipaKa, TrtTreipa- 
fiai, to try, prove; Mid. try, 
attempt, make trial of, 7. 2. 
37, rafcwc, 3. 2. 38, 3. 5. 7 ; 
inf. ^ta/3ati'eii', 4. 3. 5 ; oVwc 
erwwptOa, 3. 2. 3, endeavour, 
5. 7. 31, 7. 2. 15, 2. 5. 41, 5. 
1. 8, 7. 3. 11. 



-fW, vb. fr. 7Tt0w. 

a<7fc<, to bring near, 
intr. approach, 4. 2. 3. 

Ewc, EWC, 6, an inhabitant 
of Pellene, a town in Achaia, 
5. 2. 15. 



c, the island of Pelops), 
the Peloponnesus, now called 
Morea because its shape re- 
sembles a mulberry leaf. 
Homer's name is 'Ania (OTTO, 
the distant land), II. 1 . 269, 
3. 48, adj. HfXoiTovviiaioc, a, 
or, 1. 4. 2. 

a^w (TTtXrrj), to be a pel' 

fast, 5. 8. 5. 

IltXraoT^e, oil, 6, a peltast, be- 
cause armed with the TriXrri ; 
the peltasts came between the 
o7rX7roi and the v^tXo/, 1. 10. 
7, 4. 3. 27, &c.; oi"E\\nrt s 
TreXruaTat, 6. 3. 26. 

IIfXraflrrn:oe, /, or, q/" or be- 
longing to the peltasts, TO v. 
= oi TTfXraffra/, 1. 8. 5, 7. 3. 
37. 

Xrri, TJC, /, %fa shield, half- 
moon form, covered with lea- 
ther, 2. 1. 6, 5. 9. 9. In 1. 
10. 12 some make irf'Xrij 
pole, a spear-shaft, but thero 
is no ned of changing thf 
ord. meaning; the eagle was 



110 



He/JLTTTOLLOS II p I 



on a shield, and the shield 
was on a pole. 

, a, ov, on the fifth day, 
6. 2. 9. 

JUTrroc, TJ, ov (irtVTs), fifth, 3. 
4. 23, 4. 7. 21 ; Tr^Trroe, vb. 
fr. 7Tu;rw. 



pat, 1 aor. pass. iiriptyQrir, to 
se?ic?, 1. 1. 8, 2. 3. 1, 3. 1. 27 ; 
Trpoc^tva, 5. 2. 6 ; irapa rt^a, 5. 
9. 2; aurw, 1. 3. 8; etc 
avTovQ, zftto fAez'r Zararf, 5. 

4. 2 ; TIVO. ipovvTa, 2. 5. 2, 

5. 2. 10, 1. 3. 14, 4. 5. 22, 
&c. 

lU'i'Tjc, JJTOC, o (TreVo/jai), a la- 

bourer, a poor man, 7. 7. 28. 
Ilci'/a, nc, >/ (vevopat), poverty, 

7. 6. 20. 

t, pr. and irapf. to 5e 
r, 3. 2. 26. 
TliTa*co'ffioi, a, a, Jive hundred, 

1. 2. 3. 
IleVrE (Fei'Te=KTTi'Te, the hand), 

indecl. num. five, 1. 2. 8. 
T\tvT.KaictKa, fifteen, 4. 7. 16. 
T\.ti>TT]KovTa, fifty, 2. 2. 6. 
ndTijicoiTi/p, 'Jjpoc, 6, a conz- 

mander of fifty men, 3. 4. 21. 
ow, >/, sc. vaug 
), a fifty-oared 

galley, 5. 1. 15. 
IleiTfjcooTi/c, voc, /, a company of 

fifty men=ha\f aXo^oc, 3. 4. 22. 
Hep, enclit. particle, much, very, 

even, joined to tl, iav, oq, 

OfTOC, &C. 

epa, adv. longer, 5. 9. 28 ; be- 
yond, with gen. 6. 3. 7. 



), to finish, accomplish, 
3. 1. 47, 5. 9. 18, 3. 2. 32. 
ITepotow, w<7u> (repay), to convey 
across, carry over, intr. to 
cross, 7. 2. 12. 



, DTI the other side, across, 
Lat. trans, ilvat, 2. 4. 20 ; 
yi-yrcoOat, 6. 3. 22 ; tc r)<' 
fiiaflijvai, 7. 2. 2; row 
, 1. 5. 10, 2. 4. 28, 4. 
3. 3 ; ro Tripav row irora^ov, 
to the opposite bank of the 
river, 3. 5. 2 ; I v rw ?r. o 
the other side, 4. 3. 11, 29; 
ra iTEpai', f^e affairs on the 
other side, 4. 3. 24. 

llepaw, TTtpaaio, Trtirtpaxa (TT- 
pav), to g'O Otfer, cro^.s (Trtpaw, 
airw, to se//) ; ro vcup, 4. 3. 
21. 

Ilepya/ioc, ou, //, and or, ov, TO, 
Pergamus or Pergamum, a 
town in Mysia, 7. 8. 8. 

Ilep^t^, IKOQ. b and //, a partridge, 
Lat. perdix, Scot, pertrick, 1 . 
5.3. 

Iltp/', prep. gov. Gen. Dat. and 
Ace. about, round (all round, 
afj.(j)i, on both sides). 1. With 
Gen. about, yiyi'woxeir, 2. 5. 
8; Xeytiv, 1. 9. 23; cpwrav, 
7. 6. 39 ; /m X <T0ai, 2. 1. 12 ; 
TT. TroXAow TroitlaOat, to con- 
sider it of great importance, 
1.9. 7, 3. 2.4,5. 6. 22, &c.; 
TT. Travroc, allimportant, 1. 9. 
16, 2. 4. 3. II. With Dat. 
close round, ^irwvrtc Trepi rote 
trrtpvoic, 7. 4. 4, 1. 5. 8. III. 
With Ace. round, TT. roue 
TTO&XC, 4. 5. 36; rj/v ff/cjj'>;r, 
1. 6. 4 ; 7Tpt n tli'cu, to ie 
busy about, 3. 5. 7 ; ot Trfpi rt'a, 
anyone's soldiers or folloicers, 
1. 5. 8 ; anyone and his fol- 
lowers, 2. 4. 2, 7. 4. 16, 6. 
1. 25, a?id sometimes the prin- 
cipal person alone, so d/u^f. 
Of time, about, TT. /ueVac >'*:- 
rac, 1. 7. 1, 7. 8. 12, 2. 1. 7, 
6. 3. 32 ; in regard to, with 



III 



reference to, 6. 4. 31, 3. 2. 

20, 1. 6. 8. 
Ilfpt/jaXXw, /3aXai, &c. to throw 

round or about, 1. 4. 17 ; em- 

brace, 4. 7. 25 ; surround, 6. 

1. 3. 
Ilepiy/yj/o/mi, yerj/cro^a*, &c. 

to ie superior to, to excel, rw 

TToXf'jUW -t^OC, 1. 1. 10, 2. 1. 

13, 3. 2. 29; to terra out, 5. 
8. 26. 

IlfptetXt'w or TTfpiet'Xw, or irepi- 
e\iiriru>, to wrap round, 4. 5.36. 
HipieiijLt (Trepi, /'), to fie supe- 
rior to, to excel, TIVOQ nvt, 1. 
8. 13, 1. 9. 24; TroXu, we?-*? 
TwwcA superior, 3. 4. 33. 
Htpiet/j.1 (irepi, yut), to (70 round, 
4. 1. 3 ; to wf, 7. 1. 33. 
cAew, aor. 7rpia'X/vV<ra, to 
round, 7, 6. 10. 
, fsw, &c. to surround, 
1. 2. 22. 

rjyui, 7Tpi(T7//(Ta>, &C. to 

/ row/id, 4. 7. 2, 6. 4. 6. 

ITW, &C. (TTtf)(, KVK- 

, to encircle, 6. 1. 11. 

, \fi\}/opat, &c. to 

embrace, 7. 4. 10. 
Ilfpt/jtVw, fjievoj, &c. to wait for, 

wait, 2. 1. 6, 3. 2, 7. 3. 41 ; 

nva, 2. 1. 3. 
Hlpii'Oofj ou, ?/, Perinthus, a 

town on the Propontis, 2. 6. 

2 ; adj. rUpiVflioc, a, ov, Pe- 

rinthian, 7. 2. 8. 
n'p<, adv. round about, 2. 5. 

14, 4. 4. 7 ; r^e Tvpatoe, 7. 
8. 12. 

Hi/j/oooc, ou, /, the circuit, cir- 
cumference, 3. 4. 7, 11. 

tfw, &c. to dwell 
around, 5. 6. 16. 

, ov, v, dwelling round, 
a neighbour ; in Sparta the 
periceci were the free inhabi- 



tants of the towns (except 
Sparta), a middle class be- 
tween the Spartans on the 
one hand and the Helots on 
the other, 5. 1. 15. 

Htpiopaw, o&upai, &c. 2 aor. 
inf. TrepuSei*', to overlook, 7. 
7.46. 

Ilfpnrarot 1 , ou, o (^repi, Trare'w), 
walking, ETV^QV tv irtpnrurat 
oi'Tee, they happened to be 
walking, 2. 4. 15. 

ntptirerofjiai, j/iro/xat, to ^^ 
around, 5. 9. 23. 

Ilpt7r>;yi'u/ut, TTJ/^W, &c. to fix 
round, Pass, to be frozen round, 

4. 5. 14. 

IlfpiTr/Trrw, Trearov/jai, &c. to fall 
upon and embrace, rtri, 1. 8. 
28; fall upon, 7. 3. 38. 

IlEptTrXe'w, irXevrrn/jai, &c. to Sail 
round, 1. 2. 21, 7. 1. 20. 

IleptTrotea;, J;<TW, &c. Mid. t 
to get for himself, 5. 6. 17. 

IlepiTrruffflrw, ^w, to enfold, sur- 
round, take in flank, 1. 10. 9. 

Ileptpptw, pfvffofj.a.1, &c. to flow 
round, 1. 5. 4; to fall from 
around, 4. 3. 8. 

neptoraupow, w<rw, &c. to fence 
about with a palisade, 7. 4. 14. 

rTeptorepa, dc, //, a dov^, pigeon, 
1. 4. 9. 

Ileptrreuw, cu<rw or iripiaatvu 
(TTEpKraoc), to outnumber, out- 
flank, TWOS, 4. 8. 11. 

ITEpirroe or Trepiirffdc, ^> oi 7 
(TTtpt), wore fAa/i sufficient, 
surplus, t\iv, 7. 6. 31 ; -6 TT. 

5. 3. 13 ; ro TT. 3. 2. 28, 3. 
1 ; ot TT. 4. 8. 11. 

Ilfpiruyxnj'w, rev^ofiai, rtrv- 
\rjKa, to fall in with, 6. 4. 7. 

riept^avuic, adv. fr. wsptfuvfa 
(irepi, <t>aii>u)), manifestly, 4. 
5. 4. 



I 12 



Tlpi(f)pa) Hi <rr oy 



fptj, uiatt), &c. to carry 
round, 7. 3. 24 
Hepi(fK)(3oc, oc, ov, in great fear, 

3. 1. 12. 

c, ow o, a Persian, pi. ot 
n/pirai, 1.8. 1, 6, the Persians. 
p<T/w, law, to speak Persian, 

4. 5. 34. 

V, {], oV, adj. Persian, 

5. 9. 10. 

IIfp<Ti<7r/, adv. zn the Persian 

language, 4. 5. 10. 
Hepvui 1 6c, i], uv (irfpvffi, adv. 

last year, Trt'pac), last year's, 

5. 4. 27. 
IlfrdXov, ov, ro (ire'raXcc, out- 

spread, Trtruta, TTtrai'rvyut), a 

leaf, i). 4, 12. 
IltVo/iai, 7rr/<7<tyiai and 7rrj- 

rro/zai, 2 aor. tTrro/x^r, inf. 

TTTfffOat, also iTrrapai ; 2 aor. 

Trrapr)y, inf. Trraatiai, <o ^?/, 

1. 5. 3. 

, ac, >/, a roc&, 4. 2. 3, 

17, 4. 7. 14, 4. 2. 20. 



/3aXXw), a stoning, 6. 4. 

15. 
TlfVpog, ov, o, a rock, 4. 7. 12, 7. 

7.54. 
Ile^vXay^ttVwc, adv. fr. pp. of 

<j)v\aao(i), cautiously, 2. 4. 24. 
Hi/, adv. foti', as an encl. part. 

somehow, TTTJ p.lr TTJ/ 2?, in 

part in part, partly, 3. 1. 

12, 5. 9. 20. 
n>/7^, Of> ^> a fountain, source, 

1. 2. 7, 4. 10, &c. 
Tli'iyyvpi, 7r>;w, TrtTTTj^o, TrtVT/y- 

/iai, to fx, freeze, 4. 5. 3 ; Pass. 

ie frozen,, 7. 4. 3. 
II?/SaX<o>', ov, ro (jrij^dr, TTE'^OV, 

TTOUC), a rudder, 5. 1. 11. 
dc, oD, o, c/o.?/, 1. 5. 7. 

>;xvc, two, c, the forearm, the 

length from the elbow to. the 



tip of the finger, Lat. cubitus, 
a cvbit=l$ft. 4. 7. 16. 
'ypije, >;roc, o, Pigres, a Ca- 
rian, 1. 2. 17, 5. 7, 8. 12. 



press or crwsA, 3. 4. 19, 27; 
oppress, 1. 1. 10, 3. 4. 
48. 

e, o, oi/ (irtvKTj), pointed, 
sharp, bitter, 4. 4. 13. 
^ir\rjpt, Tr\j]<T(ii, TrlirXriKa, iri- 
TrXr)ffp.ai, to Jill, ^'prou, 1. 5. 
10. 



-jrofjiai, Trtw/ca, 
to drink, 5. 9. 4. 



i, to sell, 7. 2. 6, 

8. 6, 7. 1. 36; xpnp.artjjv, for 

money, 7. 7. 26. 
ILVrw, irtnovfjiai, TrtVrwca, 2 aor. 

tVeffoi', to /a^, 4. 5. 7, 1. 8. 

28, 9. 31, 6. 2.9. 
Ilto-tcjjc, ov, 6, a Pisidian, an in- 

habitant of Pisidia in Asia 

Minor, 1. 1. 11. 

vffw, TTf.iriffrf.vKa, v/j.(ti 
, to trust, Tivi, 1. 3. 

16, 9. 8, 5. 2. 21, 7. 2. 17 ; 

rdiQ ffirot'^ctlg, 3. 1. 29; (Jit)- 

^/ or iraOt'ir, 1. 9. 8, 7. 7. 

47, &c. 

tffric, wc, >/, trust, fidelity, 1. 

6. 3 ; Trt'oTfwc ?rfca, to insure 

his fidelity, 3. 3. 4 ; ia iria- 

TWC, through confidence in 

them, 3. 2. 8 ; pi. pledges, 1. 

2. 26. 
tffreie, y, i>v, faithful, trusty, 

trustworthy, 1. 4. 15; uvijp, 

1. 6. 3, 1. 6. 8, 7. 2. 29 ; 
ra TTjora, pledges, iyiriro, 2. 

2. 10 ; Aa/w/Soi'tir, 7. 4. 22 ; 
?oi5j'ai, 1: 6. 7, 4. 8. 7, &c.; 
yu/ Trpo^wCTEiv a\Xj/\ovc, 3. 2. 
5 ; ra TT. OTrtora iroitir, 2. 4. 
7. 



IT i a- T 6 T TI s II A 77 r r <a 



rtjroc, ; 
faithfulness, fidelity, 1. 8. 29. 

IIiVvc, voc, /, ?we jpme tree, Lat. 
pimts, 4. 7. 6. 

IlXdyioc, a, or (TrXdyoc, TO, the 
side, or 7rXd), sideways, slant- 
ing, tf 7~o TT., 1. 8. 10 ; te ra 
TT., right and left, 3. 4. 14, 6. 

1. 15. 

IlXaiffioj', ov, TO (TrXdyoe or 
TT/\<I), an oblong ; fV TT. TrXiipu 
di'ftpu>7Twv, in so/z'a" column, 1. 
8. 9, 3. 2. 36, 7. 8. 16; 
tioTrXevpoi', a square, 3. 4. 19, 
22, 28, 43. 

IlXuidu;, };<T(I>, irETrXdrjjva, TTC- 
TrXfurtyzai (TrXrii'ij), to cause to 
wander ; Mid. to wander 
about, 1. 2. 25, 5. 1. 7, 7. 7. 
24. 

nXftrc> "Cj ro (irXaruc), breadth, 
5. 4. 32. 

or TrXdua'ui, 7rXd<rw, 
ico, irlirXatr/jai, to form, 
counterfeit, make up, fabricate, 
ttvhl, 2. 6. 26. 

Xarwc, t7a, v (TrXo^), broad, 5. 
4. 29. 

Xtfynatoe, a, ov, of the size of 
a TrXctfjUOf, 1. 5. 4, 7. 15, &c. 
Xcfl^o*', ov, TO, a plethrori=WO 
Greek or 101 English feet, 1. 

2. 5, 3. 4. 9. 

c, 77, o>', Superl. of 



wv, ov, Comp. 
t'cw, w, TrtVXt^a, TreVXey/xat, 
to jaZaiY, 3. 3. 18. 



to 7iai>e tnore), to Aave or <jraz' 
an advantage, 5. 4. 15; nrcc, 
oyer o?ze, 5. 8. 13 ; rm, in 
anything, 3. 1. 37. 
IlXtvpa, dc, ^, ^Ae stcie of a man, 
4. 1. 18, 7. 4 ; 7rXat<rtov, 3. 2. 
37,4.22,28. 



IlXe'w, TrXeuffo/uai and TrXtvffoJijuat, 
TreVXei/ui, TrtTrXEuff/ua*, to sail, 
5. 6. 12, 7. 8, 1. 10, 7. 6. 37. 
1. 7. 15. 

?;, je, / (7rX>'/rrw), a stroke, 
blow, 1. 5. 11, 2. 4. 11. 
i/0oc, Cj ro (TroXvc), a great 
number, multitude, mass, r&v 
iiirXirwv, 5. 2. 21; ltpn<iT(i>t', 
4. 7. 26 ; extent, ^upac, 1. 5. 
9; length, vcov, 5. 5. 4; 
Xpoi'ou, 7. 8. 26 ; iroXv, 1. 7. 

4, 4. 2. 20 ; Ae common sol- 
diers, 3. 1. 37; TrXrjdoG we 

) z'ft number, 4. 2. 2. 

?;/rw, 7Tn-X?j9, to ie 
ffa dyopo, y"w// 
market, the time when the 
market is full of people, from 
nine to twelve in the forenoon, 

1. 8. 1, 2. 1. 7: (1) *p w f, 
morning ; (2) 7rX}0ou<ra dyopd, 
forenoon ; (3) fjtar)nj3pla, mid~ 
day ; (4) t)/X/ irpwia, after- 
noon; ?tXjj ov^t'a, evening. 

/jv, adv. gov. gen. except, 1, 
9. 9, 4. 6. 1, 5. 2. 27, 2. 4. 27, 
7. 2. 29 ; TrXjjj' rtf EAs'ytro, 
except that, 1. 8. 20; o'<r 
X o/ui', 3. 2. 28, 1. 2. 1, 24. 
IlXr/p/jc, ijf> C (jrXdw, 7r/^7rX^yLtt)> 
/wft, iiaaroc, 2. 3. 10, 13; 
ai^ii'Oiov, 1. 5. 1 ; 0/jpiwi', 1. 

2. 7, 4. 9 ; a>'0pa7r<,ij', 1,8. 9; 
p.iff66f, 7. 5. 5. 

w, a<rw (TrXqflfi'oc ), to 
near, approach, 6. 3. 26; 

rote TroXf^/otc, 4. 6, 6. 
j/fft'oi', adv. 7? ear, neut. of 

TrXr/irioc ; >J TrX^irt'or Kiiifj.1], the 

neighbouring village, 3. 4. 9; 

jrXf/imuVuroc, nearest, 1. 10. 

5, 7. 3. 29; with gen 5. 2, 
11. 

t> or Tr\f]ffa(t), 7rX'/<i, T 
7rX'/X" TVX?jyjuat, 2 p. TTJ- 



114 



jrXnya, 2 aor. pass. e 

strike with terror, and 7r\>/- 

yrjv, 5. 8. 2, 4, 12; to be 

wounded, 5. 9. 5. 
ILYu-fltvoc, T/, o^ (irXii'Ooe), made 

o/ bricks, Lat. latericius, 3. 4. 

11. 
nXf'rOoe, ov, >/, a brick, yr/u'r/, 

7. 8. 14; Ktpapia, 3. 4. 7 ; 

07TJV/, 2. 4. 12. 

IlAo7o', ov, ro (TrXew), a sfoj), 
Tpiiipeic, 5. 1. 4, 6. 2. 18, 4. 
1; fftraywya, 1. 7. 15, 1. 3. 
17; paKpa, 5. 1. 11; aytt, 
5. 1. 4, 16, 6.3. 1; uarnyetv, 
5. 1. 16; av\\iyeiv, 6. 4. 
22. 

nAoi/e, ou, 6 (rr\i>), sailing, a 
voyage, 6. 2. 2, 5. 9. 33, pi. 
5. 7. 7. 

H\OV<TWC, a, ov (irXouroc, TrXi'ov), 
rich, 7. 3. 18, 7. 28. 

nXovrifw, J'/ITW (?rXovroe), to ie 

ric/, 7. 7. 28, 42. 
riXowr/w, /(Tii (TrXourov), to make 

rich, enrich, 7. 6. 9. 
nrcv/ua, arof, ro (TTT/W), breath, 

wind, KaXot'j 5. 9. 14, 10. 1. 
IIWw, irt'evffo/jni and ovpai, irt- 

irrevKa (TrtirnvfJiai and -erpat, 

latP, also TrtVrv/iaj, / aw m- 

spired\ to blow, breathe, 4. 5. 

3. 
II'/yw, iri'/w, TrtVi'ty/aat, 2 aor. 

fTrriyjjv, fo choke, be drown- 

ed, 5. 7. 25. 
IIoSaTrdc, '7, o'' (TTOU, a?ro, where 

from), from what country ? 

Lat. c/as? 4. 4. 17. 



reaching to the feet, 1. 8. 9. 
HoSifa, iaut (TTOVC), to tie the 

feet, 3. 4. 35. 
IL.for, adv. whence 1 ! 5. 4. 7, as 

nn enel. adv. from some place 

or otJ.fr, 6. 1. 15. 



)irw, 

o Zo7?<7 /or, wn's^, c/e- 
z're, with inf., f>. 2. 8. 

ov, o, a longing, desire, 
love, yoflwr, 3. 1. 3. 
TIpT. adv. whither ? as an encl. 
somewhere, 6. 1. 10, 7. 2. 
18. 

Iloif'w, j'/ffw, irtirolnKa, nfiat, to 
make, do, 1. 5. 5, 4. 5. 
14; Ipitpov, 4. 8. 26; 6v<ri- 
ar, 5. 3. 9, to sacrifice ; apifl- 
/uoi', 1. 2. 9, fo number; tii- 
Tatrif, to hold a review, 1. 2. 
9 ; iKK\r)iria>>, to hold a meet- 
ing, 1. 4. 12 ; rpavyiji', to 
raise a shout, 2. 2. 17 ; vVac, 
to gain victories, 3. 1. 42 ; 
i.ovfftav, to give license, 5. 8. 
22 ; <j>6ftov ro?c imroif, make 
frightened, strike tcith terror, 

1. 8. 18 ; with inf. 1. 7. 4, 2. 
6. 14, 4. 1. 22, 5. 7. 27. 
wort oocu, 1. 6. 6; rtrt rt, 3. 

2. 24, 4. 2. 23 ; ramie rtra, fo 
frea^ ill, 4. 8. 6; injure, ^w 

1. 6. 7, 2. 3. 23 ; eJ, to 
well,2.3. 22,7.7.8; 5rii'a,7. 

8. 11 ; *:a<:oj/ rti/a, 7. 2. 33, 1. 

9. 11, &c. ; Kraicri nra, 2. 5. 5; 
Tovror Tcivavria. TronjtTtrf 7) 
rove Kvvat vomit ai, you will do 
to this one the opposite of what 
they do to dogs, 5. 8. 24 ; 
TroiTjrt'oi', vb. 1. 3. 15 ; to put, 
place, 6. 3. 25, 7. 8. 16, 4. 
8. 15; to consider, 2. 3. 18, 
5. 9. 11, 6. 4. 11: see irepi, 
irapa. 

TlotKiXoc, T), or, variegated, tat- 
tooed, 1. 5. 8, 5. 4. 32. 

Uo7oc, a, oi', of what sort, Lat 
qualis, 3. 1. 14. 

rioXf^e'w, ijrrti), &c. (iro\^ioe\ 
to mag u-ar ow, rty/, 2. 6. 2, 
5, 6 ; "iTfius rtra, 1. 3. 4 ; 



Sffa IroXr/ugfti;, U'hat hostilities 
were carried on, 4. 1. 1. 

IloXfjuiKoc, r], ov (TroAe^oc), of 
persons, warlike, 2, 6. 1, 5. 2. 
2 ; TroAejuteoV, a war-cry, 7. 
3. 33 ; ro TT., <Ae signal for 
battle, 4. 3. 29 ; ra TT., t#ar- 
/z'&e a/airs, operations, 3. 1. 
38, 43 ; adv. K&G, Sup. TroXt- 
p.iKu)TciTa t'xetv, M ie y were 
very hostile, 5. 9. 1. 

IloXt/itoc, a, ov and oc, or (TTO- 
Xf/uot), hostile, a public enemy; 
Lat. /lo^z's (i-xtip(j(,=inimicus, 
a private enemy), 3. 1. 2, 2. 2. 
14,4.3. 12, 6. 1.22, 5. 1. 6; 

Tti'i yiyretrtiat, 1. 6. 8 ; tf TTO- 
Xe/nta (sc. yrj, ^wpa), the 
enemy's country, 3. 3. 5, 7. 6. 
25, 4. 7. 20 ; ra *., warlike 

**: a/airs, 1. 6. 1. 

HoXt/joc, ov, o (Trt'Xo), to be in 
motion), war, 1. 9. 5, 4. 4. 1, 

1. 8. 6, 5. 9 ; Qewr, against 
the gods, 2. 5. 7 ; trpoc, 7.1. 
27 ; afdifitlfftiat, iixpeptti', TTOI- 
elfftiat, &c. 

IIoAt'w, ia<t> (TroXtc), to build 
or found a city, colonise, 6. 4. 4. 
/ffw, &C. (TTXIC, 
, epKoc), to besiege, block- 
- arfe, 3. 4. 8, 4. 2. 15. 
IloXtc, EWC, /, a czYy, <ott?n, 2. 6. 

2, 5. 5. 8, 3, 6. 23, 10. 6 ; 
>/ iroXtc, Athens, or rather fAe 
Acropolis, 7. 1, 27 ; TrdXic, 
<Ae citizens, Lat. civitas ; ucrrv, 
Lat. wris, /ie buildings ; in 
Athens ?r. the Acropolis; 
aorv, f^e rest of the city. 

TLu\irr/j.a, aroc, ro (TroXt'^w), a 

c%, ^ww, 4. 7. 17, 6. 2. 7, 
7. 8. 21. 

IToXtrEvw, i<7a (rroX/r^c, TroXtc), 
<o ie a citizen, to live as a citi- 
zen, 3. 2. 26. 



, ov, 6 (TrdXic), a citizen, 
5. 3. 9. 

ue), adv. o/?erc, 
5. 1. 11. 

IIoXAa7rXo7toc, a, or, and og, ov 
(TroXut-), wiany times more, 1. 
7. 3, 7. 7. 25 ; v/iw', than 
you, 3. 2. 14, 5. 5. 22, 7. 7. 
27. 
IloXXax^ (VoXve), in many places, 

7. 3. J 2, al. 7ToXXa X ^ 
Ilo\Xaj(oi/ (TroXuf), t many situ- 
ations, 4. 1. 28. 

c, ov (TroXuf, 
o/ people, po- 
pulous, 2. 4. 13. 



18. 



government of many, 5. 9. 



, foe, 6 (7roXic, vpci- 
rc), Polycrates, an Athenian, 
4. 5. 24, 5. 1. 16. 

r/Xui'Tcoc, ov, o (TroXvf, J'i'o/), 
Polynicus, a Spartan. 7. 6. 1. 



7rpdy/ua), to fte ^ws^, fo meddle, 
ri, with something, 5. 1. 15. 
lloXvc, 7roXX/7, TroXv ; Comp. 
TrXet'wi', ar, oi' and TtXivv ; 
Supl. TrXttfrroc, ?/, ov, many, 
much, more, most, dyo6/, 3. 1. 
22, 5. 6. 4, 7. 7. 30 ; TT. rat 
ayaOa, 4. 6.27, 6.2. 8, 7. 1. 
33; TT. re wit $iv, 5. 5. 8; 
<f>epovrat ol Xidoi iroXXoi, for 
ol XlBoi ni ^f'poi'rat TroXXoj 
ti(7tr, 4. 7. 7 ; so also ra aXXa 
7ToXX %tapTr(t(>vmv, for r. a. 
a 3. TroXXu ?i>- 1. 10. 2, 4. 3. 
7 ; Zan/e, \''pa, 5. 6. 2o, 2. 4. 
21; Zo?i^, xpoi'oc, 1. 9. 25, 5. 
2. 17; (oooY), 6. 1. 16; much, 
far, TroXv TrXsi'w, 5. 6. 5 ; 
^dXAo', 2. 3. 13 ; with Comp. 
1. 5. 2, 16, 3. 2. 15, &c. ; 
Sup. 4. 2. 14 ; 7roXA vartpov, 



n6 

2. 5. 32, 4. 5. 36; ot iroXXot, the 
most of them, 2. 3. 16, 3. 1. 10, 
&c. ; so ro 7roXv, 1. 7. 20, 4. 

6. 24 ; IT., a large part, 4. 1. 
11, 8. 17 ; a great distance, 1. 
5. 3, 3. 3. 6 ; *d TroXXd, on 
many accounts, 1. 9. 22 ; 
Comp. pi. TrXft'ovcfor TrAt/ovec, 
more, 4. 1. 11, 6. 9; ro 
TrAfiov, 7. 6. 16 ; ^>poi'tv, 6. 
1. 18; TrXetov iiKoat ora/wv, 

3. 2. 34, 3. 11 ; TrXf'ov ?/ >' 
tif/trovra, 4. 6. 11; TrXtov >/, 

4. 2. 28, 1. 2. 11 ; TrXeToroe, 
very many, 1. 5. 2, 5. 2. 14 ; 
ot IT., Ae rnosi, 7. 4. 6. we 

(5vvaVrO TrXfToTO, 4. 6. 1. 

IIoXvfTrparoc, ov, b (TroXwc, orpa- 
roc), Polystratus, an Atheni- 
an, 3. 3. 20. 

IloXvrfXrjc, rye, ec (sroXvc, rt'Xoc), 
expensive, costly, 1. 5. 8. 
i>pa, aroc, ro (Trtrw), a drink, 
draught, 4. 5. 27, al. 7r<i/za. 
o/jiiri], ijc, >; (TTtyujrw), a proces- 
sion, 5. 5. 5. 

'w, veiro'vjjk-a, >;/uat 
to >or&, labour, 2. 6. 
6 ; fl-oXXd, to <?o through many 
labours, 7. 6. 36, 3. 31; x p'';- 
/aara, to earn money by labours, 

7. 6. 41. 

Hoi'i)po, d, ov (wovfw), Jar/, 
wicked, but Trovr/poc, unlucky, 
wretched, 2. 5. 21, 5. 7. 33; we 
a., a* a malefactor, 2. 6. 29 ; 
rdic, 6aa", 3. 4. 19 ; useless, 
good for nothing, 3.4.35; a'a- 
gerous, 7. 4. 12 ; critical, 6. 
4. 10; Aosfc'/e, 7. 1. 39. Adv. 
TrovfjpcDc, wtVA difficulty, 3. 4. 
19. 

Iloroc, ov, b (iriro}iai), work, 
toil, labour, 2. 5. 18, 5. 1. 2, 
4. 3. 2, 5. 8. 3, 7. 6. 9. 
r, ov, 6 (/Jt'vfloe), 



-IIoT/>0 V 

sea, especially the Black Sea, 
in full II. Ev&tvoc, the hos- 
pttable, 4. 8. 22 ; formerly 
Aetvoc, <//e inhospitable, the 
Pontus Euxinus ; also the dis- 
trict of Pontus, on the Black 
Sea, 5. 6. 15. 

Ilopet'fi, ac, >/ (Trdpoc), a march, 
2. 2. 10, 4. 1. 13, 4. 18, 5. 10. 

4, &c. 

TIooivu>, fvfru), trfirnpevKa, tv/jiat 
(Tropoc), to cause to go, convey ; 
Mid. to go, march, 5. 3. 1 ; 
Kara yj/r, 5. 4. 1 ; i<p* d/ud^r/e, 

2. 2. 14; Trapd /3a<rtXa>, 4. 

5. 10 ; Trapa /3a(TiXfa, 1. 3. 7 ; 
7rt fiaaiXia, 2. 1.4; Tropttav, 
5. 10. 4; ofv, 2. 2. 11, &c. 

EW, //aw, &c. (7rp0a>), to a*e- 
', 5. 7. 14. 

t'ffW, ir7TOpCa, TTfTTOpl- 

(Tropoc), io furnish, pro- 
vide, supply, upioTov, 2. 3. 5 ; 
TrXoIa, 5. 6. 5 ; rdXavroj-, 3. 

5. 8 ; 0wpacac, 3. 3. 20, 2. 1. 

6, 7. 6. 29. 

Hopoc, v, 6 (n-t/pw), a passage, 

4. 3. 13. 20 ; means, 2. 5, 
20. 

we, adv. /ar from, 1. 

3. 12. 

jp^vpfoe, a, ov, contr. pov, pa, 
povv, purple, 1. 5. 8. 

, ij, ov, Aow much, how 
great, 7.8. 1, 2. 4. 21 ; TroW, 
how far, 7. 3. 12. 

ov, o (Trt'i'w), a river, 

5. 4. 1, 1. 5. 10, &c. 

Ilort, once on a time, but fro'r, 
when ? i Trore. if at any time, 
in interr. like Lat. tandem, ri 
TTOTK, why at all, why in the 
world, 3. 5. 13. 

IIoYfpor, interr. whether, folld. by 
ij, or, Lat. vtrum an, 7. 7. 
45, 3. 2. 21 ; indirect with 



ind. 2. 2. 10, 5. 4. 2 ; with opt. 

3. 1. 7; TiYirfpa {), dir. 2. 5. 

17 ; indirect with ind. 2. 1. 

10, 21; with opt. 7. 1. 14, 6. 

44. 
Horfpwc, in which way (of two), 

folld. by /'}, 7. 7. 30, 33, 

34. 

Horrjptov, ov, TO (iri'rw), a drink- 
ing cup, 5. 9. 4. 
Flordi', oii,ro (TT/I/W), drink, air'inv 

7} TTOTOV, 1. 10. 18 :crtra cat 

fl-ora, 2. 3. 27, 7. 1. 33, 35, 

3. 10. 

Florae, ov, o (irti'm), drinking, 
Trpnv^topft, 7. 3. 26 ; Trapa 
irdrov, 2. 3. 15. 

Flow, adv. where 1 irov, some- 
where, 2. 4. 4, 5. 6. 17, 7. 13 ; 
iyyvt; TTOV , 2. 2. 15 ; ti TTOV, 
8. 4. 23 ; T|> TTOV, 1. 2. 27. 

Howe, TTo^df, 6, a foot, apiarepos, 

4. 2. 28 ; TU irpo TToSwv, what 
lay before the feet, 4. 6. 12 ; 
rpa^iia Troaiv, 4. 6. 12 ; iirl 
irola ava\ii)ptii', to retreat step 
by step, slowly, 5. 2. 32. 

Flpay^ia, aroe, TO (7rpa<r<rw), a 
deed, action, thing, matter ; 
Lat. res, 1. 5. 13, 15 ; pi. 
affairs, state of affairs, 1. 3. 
3; effects, plunder, 6. 1. 6; 
t\nv, to have trouble, 5. 6. 5 ; 
ira.pi\uv, to give trouble, riri, 
4. 1.22; rjj x i, P9 , 1. 1. 11; 
TT. rt tin, there was something 
ado, 4. 1. 17; ovliv, there 
was nothing the matter, 6. 
4.8. 

fvtro/jnt, irETrpay- 
(irpayfta), to labour 
to brine/ about, strive to effect, 
7. 6. 35. 

t'c, Att. for irp^vr]^ 
o), head-foremost, with the 
face downwards, Lat. pronus ; 



117 



the opp. is VTTTIOC (viro), Lat, 
supinus, with the face upicards, 
steep, 1. 5. 8, 5. 2. 28; TT., 
down-hill, opp. to bpOtoc, tip- 
hill, 3. 4. 25 ; Kara TOV irixi~ 
vovf, down the steep, 4. 8. 28, 

6. 3. 31. 

IIpaic, fwc> ^ (Trpaffffw), trans- 
action, 7. 2. 30, 6. 17 ; under- 
taking, 1. 3. 16, 18, 19, 2. 6. 17. 

np^ifoc, vpaila, vpijov, mild, 
gentle, tame, 1. 4. 9, adv. 
Trppwc, 1. 5. 14, better Trpdov- 

Tlparrw, Trpa^w, Triwpa\a, iri- 
jrpayyuai (2 p. irtTrpdya, in- 
trans.), to do, act, Lat. ago', 
TTOU'W, to make, Lat. /cz'o, 2. 
1. 1, 3.1.1, 5. 6. 28; Trtpi 
7r\o/wr, t^as bargaining for 
ships, 7. 2. 12 ; eu *-., <o Je 
fortunate, fare well, 7. 6. 11, 
20, so Ka\<Dc, 3. 1. 6; m/caic, 
to be unfortunate, 1. 9. 10; 
TroXXa Koi dya0a TT., were 
making large fortunes, 6. 2. 8. 

ITpETrw, 4/w, to Je conspicuous. 
Imp. i< becomes, 1. 9. 6, 3. 2. 

7, 16 ; syn. TrporrriKsi. 
Tlpeofieia, ac, ; (vplaftvs), em- 
bassy, 7. 3. 21. 

IIp(T/3UW, U(T(i>, &C. (7Tpff/3uc), 

to 6e an ambassador, 7.7.6', 
jrapa Tirog, 2. 1. 18 ; rtia, 
7. 2. 23. 

IIpr/3i/c, voe or EWC, 6, oZJ, an 
old man, only ace. and voc., 
pi. irplfffitic, ambassadors, 3. 
1. 28, 5. 5. 7, 7. 19, &c. 
Comp. 7rpT/3vrpc, irp<r/3u- 
raroc, hence, presbyter, priest. 

ITp<T/3i>rj;e, ov, 6 (irpluftv^, an 
old man, 6. 1. 10. 

Flp/uffflfu, only 2. aor. iirptn^ijv t 
Trpiwpai, irpiaipr}i', to bui/\ 
other parts fr. u>vo/mi, 3. 1. 
20, ri rn/n/- 1 ft fi 



118 



Up iv 



iv, before, with ind. after a 
negative, 1. 2. 26, 5. 9. 27; 
ou Trporepof wpiv, 3. 1. 16; 
ov irpoffOer Tpiv, 3. 2. 29. 
With af and conj. 5. 7. 5, 12, 
1. 1. 10; with opt. 1. 2.2, 4. 
5. 30, 7. 7. 57 ; with inf. after 
an affirmative, 1. 4. 13, 16, 
10. 19, 2. 5. 2, 4. 1. 7, 5. 6. 
16. 

Ilpd, before, with gen. 7rouy, 
4. 6. 12; 6(pBa\nwv, 4.5. 13; 
TroXeuic, 5. 4. 15 ; v/jwi', jfor 
7/owr interests, 7. 6. 27 ; before 
in time, ri/e p.d-^rjc, 1. 7. 13, 
7. 3. 1. 

IIpoayopi;w, cvffu), &c., to /jro- 
cZatm by herald, 2. 2. 20. 

ripoayw, aw, &c., to Zead Jor- 
ward, 6. 3. 6, 7, 11, 4. 6. 
21. 

npuucpcti;, rjffw, &c., 2. aor. ?rpo- 
eiXoi', to prefer one thing to an- 
other, TI rivoq, 6. 4. 19. 



/jai, to perceive, observe before- 
. hand, 1. 1. 7. 
IIpouruX/rTKW, aXwaw, 7/Xwca, 

wyutu, to spend, 6. 2. 8. 

tTrw, rpi^ti), &C., Mid. 

to tarn. oneself aiuay from, 

leave off, with part., 6. 3. 31. 
Xlpo/jotVw, /3/yirojuat, &c., to .90 

forward, advance, 4. 3. 28, 

i'v, 3. 1. 13. 
IIpo/3aXXw, /3aXw, &c., to throw 

forward, advance, aairica, 

6'7T\a, 1. 2. 17, 4.2.21, 6.3. 

16; propose, 5. 9.25, 10. 6. 
Hjoo/Saro)', ow, ro (vrpo, /3atVw), a 

Aep, 2. 4. 27, 6. 1. 3, 7. 6. 

26, K al /3oc, 6. 1.22,7.3.48, 

*rat alytc, 3. 5. 9. 
n/3o/3oX^, jjc, ; (""PO) /3aXXw), a 

putting forward, rd (topara tie 
t, to 



spears to the charge, couch them, 

6. 3. 25. 

o/3oi/Xww, evtru), &c., to p?*o- 

vzWe /or a </UH^, rtvoc, 3. 1. 

37. 

, ou, 6 (TT^O, y/yro/^at), 

a forefather, ancestor, 3. 2. 

11, 13, 7. 2. 22. 

Ltt, ?WCTW, &c., to .^zVe wp, 
, 1. 3. 5, 2. 2i 8, 6. 

4. 17, 22, 2. 3. 22, 3. 1. 2, 

14. 

/jew, wa>, to pursue farther, 

3. 3. 10. 



ou, TPO 
irattor, 2. 5. 27, 6. 4. 7. 

'/ (""^0, Spa^uety), a 
, sortie, 4. 7. 10. 
; see Tr^oopaw. 
i' : see Trpoept'w. 
IIpd(/Lu (Trpd, el/xt), to ffo fonvard, 

advance, 1. 3. 1, 4. 18. 
[JpotXavrw, tXctdw or t\w, &c., 
to rfrz've forward, 'iirtrov, to 
ride forward, 1. 10. 16, 6. 1. 
14, 22. 

[Ipopyao^cu, cp-yaaopai, tipya- 
to work beforehand, ?/ 
rj ^J^o, glory won 
before, 5. 9. 21. 
Flpofptw, tpw, fipriKa, eipripai, 2 
aor. 7rpot7ri', to ^e/Z, intimate, 
1. 2. 17, 7. 7. 13. 
Ylpulp^ipni, (\evaofjai, cXj/Xv^a, 
to go forward, advance, 2. 3. 
3 ; to march, 3. 4. 37 ; Kara 
r^y oiid)', 4. 2. 16 ; rptoKoyra 
ffracit'ouc, 7. 3. 7 ; oi> TroXv, 3. 
3. 6; ett, 7.2. 1,8. 5. 
IIpo)(w, f'tw, &c., to excel, ///^dg, 

3. 2. 19, usually rt^dc TIVI. 
HporiytOfiat, 7/y//ffoyua, j'/yjj^ai, 
to feac? </;e way, 6'cov, 6. 3. 
10; T(I 'i\>"t) vpoTjyovf.iei'a, the 
tracks of persons gone before, 
7. 3. 42. 



Uporjyopeo) Tlpo^evos 



J;<TW, & c . (arpo, 
a-/opa), to speak for or t'/i fo- 
halfof, rivoc, 5. 5. 7. 
poOiti), devffofjiai, to run for- 
ward, 5. 8. 13. 



(irpo, Ovfj.6f), to be ready, 
eager, 3. 4. 15, 6. 2. 22; 
\api^errdai, 1. 9. 24 ; Oia/3i/ra, 
7. 2. 2 ; Xafe-iv, 4. 1. 22, 2. 
4. 7, 7. 7. 47, 3. 1. 9. 

IJpodv/ua, etc, j/ (vpe, 0u/zoc), 
. readin.es> 1 ) eagerness, zeal, 1. 9. 
18, 7. 6. 11, 7. 45. 

Hp66v(j.of, oc, ov (Tpw, SW/LIOC), 
ready, willing, eager, zealous, 
1. 3.19,4.15,3/2. 15. Adv. 
5.2.2,7.7.21, 1.4.9,10. 10. 

TlpoOvm, 6unw, &c., to sacrifice in 
behalf of one, rn-os, 6. 2. 22. 

Hpoirifj.1, ?/TW, &c., to se/?(/ before, 
i irpotler uvrut ol 6tvl irniiaa- 
6ni, if the gods should permit 
him to try, 7. 2. 15. Mid. to 
0t'r w/>, 1. 9. 12, 5. 8. 14, 7. 

.3. 31 ; to abandon, 1. 9. 9. 
Trpoierrdai tvepytaiav mi, to 
bestow kind offices on one, 
with out looking for any return, 
7. 7. 47. 

TIpoiffTTjfjii, rpoffrifVM, &c., to sf 
a ?//e /Jad q/"; Neut. to CO?M- 
mand, TOV fariKov aurJ>, 1. 2. 
1, ^7<e mercenaries for him ; 7. 
1. 30, 2.2; to fo a/ the head of, 
avrwi', 5. 10.9 ; TTJQ 'EAXacoc, 

6. 4. 12. 

ripo:ct<u, cfii'xrw, &c., to Jwrw 
ie/ore, 7. 2. 18. 

Ilpok'aXcii;, <7ai, &C., to call out, 

7. 7. 2. 

Tl(>oKa\vJTTi>>, ui^w, &c., to cover 
over, fj\iov rf<j>\ri, 3. 4. 8. 

QlpwaraOfM, titvanpai, to run 
down beforehand, 6. 1. 10. 

vaiw, /cayaw, &c., to 



Jwrn, /a^ waste, all before one, 
1. 6.2. 

aXa/u/3a>'w, Xyifropai, &c., 
to seize beforehand, preoccupy, 
1. 3. 14, 16, &c. 

ai, Keiffofiai, to lie before, 
stretch forward, 6. 2. 3. 

wj'tww, vait>, &c., to run 
risk beforehand, brave danger, 
7. 3. 31. 

Ilpok-XiJc, 0, 6 (irpo, KXt'w), 

Procles, govemor of Teu- 

thrania, 2. 1. 3. 
IIp<jKpu'w, Kuiyu, &c., to prefer, 

5. 9. 26. 
IlpoXe'yw, Xe'^w, &c., to order, 

cnritvat, 7. 7. 3. 
twi' <ii'oc o 



I, a bulwark, battlement, 
7. 8. 13. 

Rpofjif.Twiricun', ov, TO (^po, 
/ztYfajTror, the forehead), a 
frontlet, esp. for horses, 1. 8. 7. 

thigh), armour for the thighs, 
cuisses, supply SirXov, 1. 8. 6. 
'an^idi (irpo, fj.vaofj.ai, to 
woo), to sue or plead with 
Tiitavra irpov/j ru.ro, in such <t 
manner did he keep suing for 
Seuthes, 7. 3. 18. 

w, J)<T W , &c., Mid. to pro- 
vide for, nVoc, 7. 7.33,37. 
Rpovota, ac, i; (iroo, voi/c), fore 
sight, forethought, 7. 7. 52. 

foraging party, 5. 1. 7. 
HpoZf.vf.ia, j)ffii>, &c., to be any 
one's irpiiltroc, to bring on 
one, Ktr^vvor vfj.1v, 6. 3. 14. 

, ov, 6 (Tpo, it'c), <* 
public guest, a foreign consul, 
but always a member of the 
foreign state, patron, protector, 
5. 4. 2, 6. 11. 
piicroc, ou, o, Proxenus, a 



I2O Tlpoopaco 

Theban, the great friend of 

Xenophon,!.!. ll,&c.,2.6.16. 
Hi>onpditi, ofyifMt, &c., to see 

before one, 1. 8. 20, 5. 9. 8. 
nporrt'/jjrw, Tre'^x^w, &c., to send 

before or forward, OXOTTOVC, 2. 

2. 15; eppr]via,4. 4. 5, 7. 2. 
14, 19, 5. 8. 9; to accompany, 
5. 9. 23. 

IlpoTrti'w, irio/jiat, &c., to drink 
one's health, 4. 5. 32, 7. 3. 26; 
Kipara o'iyov, in horns of wine, 
7. 2. 23. 

IlpoTroiu;, I'IITUI, &c., to work for 

TlfOC, 3. 1. 37. 

Ilpoc, a prep, towards, gov. Gen. 
Dat. and Ace. With Gen. by, 
after Pass, verbs, 1. 9. 20 ; so 
Trpoc "ijc TroXfwg vTraiTiov itjTt, 

3. 1. 5 ; TT. iintiv, with us, lit. 
from, 7. 6. 39, 2. 3. 18, 7. 6. 
33 ; TT. TOV Kupou rpoTrou, ac- 
cording to the character of 
Cyrus, 1. 2. 11; Trpoc TOV 
irora/jov, near the river, 2. 2. 

4. 4. 3. 26 ; ik'(j)tvyt Trpoc r &i' 
EXX/i wr = 7rpoc TOVTOVQ TUIV 

E., 1. 10. 3; Trpoc 0w', Je- 
/ore ?/ie ^o<?5, 1. 6. 6, 2. 5. 20, 

5. 7. 12 ; in swearing by, 2. 1. 
17, 7. 1. 29, 6. 33. With 
13at. beside, rw Trora/iw, 1. 8. 
4, 14, 5. 4. 25, 6. 2. 7, 7. 2. 
14, 3. 21, 2. 3. 4; in addition 
to, TT. rowroic, 3. 2. '33, 4. 13, 
7. 6. 32 ; but Trpoc ravra, 
thereupon, upon this, 1. 6. 9. 
With Ace. towards, pecttin- 
fipiav, 1. 7. 6, 3. 5. 15, 5. 7. 
G; ///xtpav, 4. 5. 21; to, of 
place, TT. TO ffTpnTevfia, 3. 4. 
28, 4.2.25,5.4.5; errtr^e 
2.3. 9,3. 1.40,4.5.2,5.10. 
5 ; of persons, ///me, 5. 7. 20, 
3. 3. 2, 7. 3. 31 ; TT. rim, 5. 

6. 31, 7. 6. 6, 3. 1. 34, 2. 5, 



&c. ; for, for the purpose of, 
IT. TO CTrjfya/mr, 4. 3. 31, 1. 
10. 19,2. 6. 20,2. 5. 20; . 
r^ \Mpur avfjupfpti, is suitable 
for the ground, 7. 3. 37; to, in 
regard to, about, upon, 7. 1. 9, 
1." 4. 9; j3ovAev*6a(, 1. 3. 
19, 2. 3. 21, 5. 10. 5; ca- 
\fyeaf)ni, 2. 5. 42 ; orao-m- 
E<', 5. 9. 29; &KOVCII; 7. 6. 
23; nnuKpivtffOai, 2. 5. 39, 
5. 4. 8; ci'jreli', 1. 6. 9, 2. 
1. 11, 20, 5. 5. 13; com- 
pared with, 7. 7. 41 ; H-Z'^/J, 
OI\KIV 2<a7rparr(7ftru irpoc nra, 

7.3. 16, 3. 5. 16, 1. 1. 10; 
in a hostile signification, 
against, icvut Trpoc TOVC -n-oXf- 
^j'ouc, 2. 6. 10, 1. 1. 8, 4. 6. 
25, 5. 4. 14, 1. 3. 21, 1. 
4. 2, 4. 6. 11, &c. ; yv/urot 



became exposed to the 

arrou'S, 4. 3. 6 ; TT. <t>i\iar, in 
friendship, 1. 3. 19. Ilpoc 

3' f.Ti without a case, and be- 

sides, also, 3. 2. 2. 
Upoirdyw, ci^w, &c., to lead 
forward, 1. 10. 9, 4. 8. 11 ; 

Trpoc r;)i> ^pa^pa', 5. 2. 8, 5. 

9. 14 ; tpofiov, to bring terror 

before one, to utter terrible 

threats, 4. 1. 23. 
Ylpoaairtd), rjeTu>, &c., to ask be- 

sides, fjuaOuv, higher pay, 1. 3. 

21 ; ovSlv ire, asking nothing 

else of you, 7. 3. 31, 6. 27. 
UpoaavaXioKw, XUKTW, &c., to 

consume besides ; xP'V a7 " a > ^ 

expend money besides, 6. 2. 8. 
Hpiiffaretirelv, to mention publicly 

in addition, 7. 1. 11. 
Hpoafl uVw, fifioopai, &c., to g'O 

to, advance, 4. 2. 28. 

, /3aX<7>, &c., to attack, 

4. 6. 13 ; Trpoc TIW Xo<jior, to 



Tl poo-ftaros UpocrKTaofJLai 121 



charge up the hill, 4. 2. 11, 
7. 2, 5. 2. 4, 5. 2, 6. 1. 7. 
IIpoi7/3a-oc, i/, or 
accessible, 4. 8. 9. 



an attack, assault, 3. 4. 2, 6. 
3.25. 

'O|Utti, yf.viiaop.ai, &c., 
to come to ; TrAft'oi/e tfpo^ywt- 
ffftca, ?07-e ic ill join them, 4. 6. 
9, 7. 1. 28. 



i, to lend in addition; 
Mid. borroiv besides, 7. 5. 5. 
poirZluj, inipers. in act. irpov^fl; 
Mid. Tptutveoftoi, rtroc, to be 
still in need of, 3. 2. 34, 5. 6. 
1, 7. 6. 27 ; desire, ap\ijc, 5. 
9. 24. 

pofflicai/jit, eutffw, &c., to giie 
besides, 1. 9. 19. 

aw, }';<7(ij, &c., to expect, 
rnyov ravra 7rprieti', 3. 1. 
14, 5. 9. 16; Tran-a, 7. 6. 
11. 

HpufTfifjLi, to go to, come up, 1. 8. 
14; av-y, 5. 9. 19 ; tig TO $aai>, 
4. 7. 7, 7. 6. 24. 

IIpo<TAau>-w, eAr'iirw or fAw, &C., 
to drive to a place ; "nrirov, to 
ride up, 3. 4. 39, 4. 4. 5, 7. 3. 
7, 47, 6. 1. 7 ; orpcirdi', to 
inarch up, arrive, 1. 5. 12, 7. 
16, 3. 5. 13. 



to come up or go to, 4. 8. 2, 7. 

1. 33; tte LXIIKOOV, 4. 4. 5; 

Sei'o^t'.-i, 4. 3. 10, 8. 4, 3. 5. 

8, 7. 3. 18, 19, 1. 3. 9. 
Hpoatv\npat, tv^opai, tuypai, to 

pray to, offer up vows to, 6eo~t(, 

6. 1. 21. 
Hpo(T\<i>, t'w, &c., to bring to, 

rii'i TI, voiiy, to turn one's mind 

to, Lat. animadverto, 1.5.9; we 

ar dvvrifftit, 6.1.18; be attentive 



to, role *EAAjj<7t, 2. 4. 2 ; direct 
or pay attention to, ry t>y, 4. 

2. 2; role xp///o<7t, 7. 8. 16; 
oAi'yoi' rev/, 7. 6. 5 ; pory, to 
think of staying, 5. 6. 22. 

riKw, '/w, ^o stretch, (.TT\ TOV 
Trora/uor, 4. 3. 23 ; related to, 
fiaatXri, 1. 6. 1 ; TOVTV Tijg 
Boiwr/ac TrpnafiKEi pioer, /<e /ws 
nothing to do with, 3. 1. 31 ; 
Imp. it becomes, ayuQmq vp.~iv 
elrui, 3. 2. 11 ; v/uac AftkitVi ac 
tlrat, 3. 2. 15, 7. 7. 18. 
poffyev, adv. (1) of place, be- 
fore, in front, ti'c TO irpoadtr, 
fonvards, 1. 10. 5, 2. 1. 2, 7. 

3. 41, 3. 4. 38 ; rwi' oVAwi', to 
Me ^/ace in front of the arms, 

3. 1. 33 ; ra TT., f/<e van, 3. 2. 
36 ; 6 TT. Aoyoc, the previous 
narrative, 3. 1. 1, 4. 1. 1 ; 
(2) of time, before, formerly, 
1. 6. 10, 7. 2. 22; TT. rrpiv, i; 
1. 10, 3. 2.29, Lat. priusquam ; 
i TT. xp""f 2. 3. 22, 5. 9. 18, 
6. 4, 31 ; // TT. rj^tpa, the pre- 
vious day, 2. 3. 1, 4. 3. 7 ; /; 
IT. 7rpoff/3oA//, 3. 4. 2 ; HI TT. 
&pxovreti 3. 2. 30, 2. 4. 5 ; >> 
TT. apcT-ij, 1. 4. 8, 6. 4 ; ro 
v., before, 1. 10. 10, 3. 1. 23 ; 
TrpoirOty $, sooner than, 2. 1. 
10. 

pocrStw, Otvtrofjtai, to run up to, 
5. 7. 21, 6. 1. 7, 7. 1. 15, 7. 
55. 

/jj/it, 7/(Tn>, &c., to /e, allow, 

4. 5. 5, 4. 2. 12 ; Mid. admit, 

3. 1. 30; ovCa^jy npdfftoivTO, 
in no way permitted, 5. 5. 3. 
oiTk-aAf'w, iffw, &c., to call to, 
irpoffKa\itif TOVQ <pi\ovc, calling 
to him his friends, 1. 9. 28 ; 
call out, 7. 7. 2. 



to gain besides, 5. 6. 15. 



122 HpoaKV veco 



i]att>, KCKvyriKa, 1 aor. 
tKvvr)ffa or tKvaa, to kiss the 
hand to another, to do obei- 
sance, in the East by prostra- 
tion, 1. 6. 10,8. 21,3. 2. 13; 
with the gods, to worship, 3. 
2. 9, 13. 

IIpo<7Xo/u/3a)'w, Xi'/J/o/jai, &c., to 
receive in addition, ruvra Xa/3w v 
KO\ rove bpijpovc; 7rpo<r\a/3<i>i', 
7. 7. 5; /xi<70o>', 7. 3.13,7.6. 
32, 1. 7. 3; avunayov, 7. 6. 
27 ; to take part in, 2. 3. 11, 
- 12. 

Hpoffftiyvvui, /u/w, &c., to mix 
with, approach, rivi, 4. 2. 16. 
ov, % (fpoc, r-Ooe), a 
to, 5.2. 3; a procession, 
5. 9. 11 ; income, 7. 7. 36 ; 
revenue, 7. 1. 27 ; Trpoo-oct/uc 
irotwi', improving the revenue, 

1. 9. 19. 

poffofjirvfjii and -op.vvti>, -o/jov- 
p.m, &c., to swear in addition, 

2. 2. 8. 

poaopoXoyltM), r/ffw, &c., to grant, 
give in, surrender, 7. 4. 24. 



to fasten ivith a pin, skewer, 
wpoc Tin, 7. 3. 21. 
Hpo<TiwrTii>, Treaovfjiui, &c., to fall 
. upon, rii'i, 7. 1. 21. 

, &c., to add to, 
iyi TI ; Mid. to pretend, airtv- 
it', 1. 3. 14, 4, 3. 20, 6. 13; 
tlt'ai, 2. 1. 7. 

ffai, &c., to harass 
in war, nva, 1. 6. 6. 

pooTa7w, 5. 6. 21. 
fw, jy<r;, to stand at the 
head of, preside over, dydh'oc, 
4. 8. 25. 

jOffT-nr/jc, ou 6 (Trpo, tor/j/ii), a 
president, leader, 7. 7. 31. 
poTarrw, rt'.^w, &c., to order, 
give orders to, 1. 6. 10, 9. 18. 



f'w, (Ta>, &c., to jsay or 
spend besides, 7. 6. 30. 
offrepvi&tov, ov, TO (^po, orf'p- 
vor), a covering for the breast 
of horses, breastplate, 1. 8. 7. 
otrridrifJii, df]fftt>, &c., to 
Mid. consent to, 1. 6. 10. 
offrpe^dJ, 6pih) or c 
&c., to 7-wre /) to, 7. 4, 7 ; 
nW, 4. 2. 21, 3. 10. 

pw, oicru), &c., to bring to, 
5. 2. 14 ; Mid. conduct them- 
selves, Tii'i and TTjode rira, 5. 5. 
19, 7. 1. 6. 

w, //aw, &c., to ^o to, 
surrender, give in, Tii'i, 5. 4. 
30. 



//*^ near, neighbouring, 5. 

3. 9. 

ofTw, adv. (irpo, IT poo), forward ; 
of- TT., not far off, 2, 2. 15, 4. 
5. 2, 7. 3. 17 ; riav Trijyoir, 3. 
2. 22 ; row irora;jov, 4. 3. 28, 
no< far from the river ; THV 
jrpoffjj, gen. of portion, any 
farther, 1. 3. 1 ; c ro IT., for- 
ward, Trpoffttfripw, farther, 7. 7. 
1 ; Trpoorwrarw, 6. 4. 1. 

', ov, ro (T/>OC 
countenance, pi. 2. 6. 18, foos. 

IIpor\'u>, (.ITU), &c., to Jt?ay as 
tribute, 7. 7. 25. 

IIporpa7oc, a, ov, a diurnal adj. 
TI irportpnia (/^pn), ?/ifi day 

before, 2. 1. 3, 5. 4. 23. 

orepov, or (TT^O), Supl. Trpw- 
TOC, first (of two), 1. 4. 12, 5. 

4. 26, Lat. prior ; irpuTtpa 
Kvpov, before Cyrus, earlier 
than Cyrus, 1. 2. 25. Adv. 
7rpo'rpor, on a former occasion, 
7. 6. 33, 4. 4. 14; almost 
superfluous, 1. 7. 18. 
ftripauf, ?j(rw, &c., to honour 
one before another, ir\iu\' ?rpo- 



n/>or/>e;(e0 -- H 



123 



e, ye sliall be more 
highly honoured, obs. pass. sign. 

1. 4. 14, 6. 5. 

,u) or Spapovpai, 
&c., to run forward, 4. 7. 10, 
1.5. 2 ; TU>V oTrAtrwj', before, 
5. 2. 4. 

IIpo0ati'w, (f>ai'w, &c., to s^ow 
/or<A ; Mid. appear, come in 
sight, 1. 8. 1. 

tiro/vat (7r/300a<rte), 

set up a pretext, 3. 1. 25. 

, ewe, // (irpo, 0at''w), a 
pretext, 1.1. 7 ; Ttou'iatiai, 1. 

2. 1; irapl-^fiv rtrt, 7. 6. 22; 
tvpiffKtiv, 2. 3. 21. 

JIpopwAaS, a^'oe, o, aw advanced 
guard, outpost, 2. 3. 2, 4. 15, 

3. 2. 1, 6. 2. 26. 
n/jo^wptw, ?;<7w, &c., to go on, 

i Trorc/c, 7. 3. 26 ; rj^oiTi o,rt 

vpo^aipoirj, having whatever 
. might suit his convenience, 1. 

9. 13 ; ra it/cm, to be pro- 

pitious, 6. 2. 21. 
Tlpvfjivn, tjc, ; (jrpvproc, hind- 

most), the stern, poop, of a 

ship, 5. 8. 20 ; Trpupa is the 

prow?. 
Ilpwt (Tpo), ear/y, 7. 6. 6 ; comp. 



ac, ^ (^po), </ze prow of 

a ship, 5. 8. 20. 
Tlpyptvc, iwc, o, the man at the 

prow, the look-out man, 5.8.20. 
ripw-ayoc> ov, !> (irpunuc, c'iyw), 

leading the van, ol TT., the van- 

guard, 2. 2. 16. 

IlpijjTfvia (TTpwroc), to be first, 2. 

6. 26. 

Ilpiuroc, 17. ov (Trpo, irpuTfpoc, 
irpuiros), first, 2. 3. 19, 5. 1. 
2, 4. 8. 18, 7. 1. 12; o TT. 
Xt>>', 7. 6. 10, 6. 3. 5, 4. 8. 
1 ; ill irpwroi, the first, the van- 
guard, 2. 2. 16, 17, 4. 2. 25, 



8. 12, 7. 4. 19. Adv. Trpirov, 
first, in the first place, 2. 3. 

16, 3. 1. 15 ; TT. HEV tl-a, 1. 

3. 2 ; irpwra /ueV 'inura, 3. 2. 
27 ; tTTfira ce, 5. 6. 7 ; elra 
2e, 1. 2. 16; tVft^ Je', 1. 3. 
4 ; irpwror fj.lt' /.itra TOVTO, 5. 

9. 5; ro TT., 1. 10. 10; ro^tv 

7T. - 7T^) 5e, 7. 2. 18 ; WC TO 

TT., 7. 8. 14, as soon as, Lat. 

quum jirimum. 
Ilra/w, Trra/ffw, 57rrava, e^Tai- 

<r/iat, stumble, strike, 4. 2. 3. 
IIrapri>;uai, 1 aor. act. tTrrapa, 2 

aor. tVropor, pass. iTrrapriv, to 

sneeze, 3. 2. 9. 

uyoc, j; (iTTipof), a wing, 

1. 5. 3; fiaps, 4. 7. 15. 

f, >/ (TTU), afist,a box- 

ing-match, 4. 8. 27. 
UK-JOC, /, " (for iruKtrdc, fr. 

TTUC), thick, close, airapra, 4. 7. 

15; liv&fta, 4. 8. 2; rvpaeic, 

5.2.5; ^d\ay, 2. 3. 3. .Adv. 

TTI/K 'a, frequently, 5. 9. 8. 
6*:^, v, 6 (TTW^), a boxer, 

pugilist, 5. 8. 23. 

, /, ^o^e, 5. 2. 16, 23, 

5. 20 ; outlet, 6. 3. 1; pass, 1. 

4. 4. (1) IIuAat at Ba/3vAw- 
j'tai, 1. 5. 5 ; (2) TTJQ Ki\u-/ac, 
1. 2. 21; (3) K/A.o'ac K-ai r^c 
2vp/ac, 1. 4. 4, also at Uvptai 
7riAai, 1. 4. 5 ; (4) 'ApartKai, 
the Amanian Pass, through 
Mt. Amanus, near Issus. 



2 aor. itrvtiopriv, to ask, in- 
quire, oVuc, 3. 1. 7 ; Tp ru'Of, 
5. 5. 25, 7. 1. 14; -t^oc, 6. 
1. 23, 25; to hear, learn, 
ascertain, Tvtiofiivovf TO. Trap' 
>/^i?r, having ascertained our 
condition, 6. 1. 26 ; Tivoq,from 
one, 4. 6. 17 ; u/ide tv Trpar- 
r.i', 7. 6. 11,2,1.4,2.3. 



124 



'P ITTTCa 



IIv, adv. with the fists, 5. 8. 

16. 
IIDp, irvpoe, TO, pi. 2. declare, 2. 

5. 19; irpoafyiptiv, 5. 2. 14; 
Troutffflnt, 5. 2. 27 ; di'avnt'fiv, 
3. 1. 3 ; Kaieiv, 4. 5. 5, 6 ; 
irvpa Epij/un, deserted watch- 
fires, 7. 2. 18, 4. 4. 9, 1. 11 ; 

KdTaafifvvvvai, 6. 1. 25. 
Hi/pa, dc, // (""up), a funeral pyre, 

6. 2. 9. 

Hi/pn^t'c, t'Soc, >/ (~wp), a pyramid, 

3. 4. 9. 
Hupd/unc, ov, 6, //;e Pyramus, a 

large river in Cilicia, 1. 4. 1. 
Hvf/yoftayfftt^ ;o-w, &c., to storm 

a tower, 7. 8. 13. 

e, ov, 0, a tourer, 7. 8. 13. 
' (n-Sp), to be in a 

fever, 6. 2. 11. 
IlvpiVoc, T;, or (Trvpoc), made of 

tvheat, wheaten, ap-oi, 4. 5. 

31. 
Ilvpoc, ov, o (irvp), wheat, pi. 1. 

2. 22, 4. 5. 5, 6. 2. G, 4. 1. 
Ilvpp/ac, i, ", Pyrrhias, an Ar- 
cadian, 6. 3. 11. 
Ili/pp'i'xty, ije* /, a war-dance, sc. 

oo\r)aic, called after Pyrrichus 

the inventor, 5. 9. 12. 
~O.vptrf.via (KVP), to make signals, 

or telegraph by torches or 

beacon-fires, 7. 8. 15. 
IIw, yet, with negatives, ovc/c 

irw, 1.2.26,6.3. 14,7.5. 16; 

owv "itrairi TTW, 7. 3. 35 ; ovle 

VVV 7TW, 7. 6. 35. 

ITwXew, j/o-w, &c., to sell, 1. 3. 3. 
IIwXoc, ov, 6 and r\, a foal, 4. 5. 

24, 35. 
IliDXor, ov, 6, Polus, a Spartan, 

7. 2. 5. 

IIw;rnre, adv. at any time, ever, 
usually with neg. ov Trwirore, 
never, 1. 4. 18, 6. 11, 7. 7. 
48 ; a, 5. 4. 6. 



Hoic, /JOM-, 2. 5. CO, 5. 7. 9, 7. 6. 
6 ; after fl,,v\ci>u, 3. 4. 40 ; 
oKuirew, 7 . 8. 16 ; Xc'yiii, 3. 2. 
27 ; TTWC /'y >/yow, How im- 
portant you considered it, 7. 7. 
27. 

Ilwc, somehow, e'i ITVQ, 2. 3. 18, 
5. 2, 4. 1. 8, 21 ; aXXwg TTWC, 
3. 1. 20, 26, 6. 2. 2 ; r X vi- 
i:wc TTWC, m an artificial sort of 
way, 5. 9. 5 ; wee TTWC, 1. 7. 
9 ; KOTU plant' TTWC, somewhere 
about the centre, 5. 10. 17 ; 
/udXXop irwf, somehow rather, 
3. 1. 43; ^rayi'oiTC TTWC, 
ybr some reason or other, 2. 
6.3. 

P. 

'P^ooc, a, ov and oc, ov (pVw), 
easy, 4. 8. 13; Comp. pyuv, 
Sup. pyvToc, adv. p<f.iwf, 3. 
5.9. 

'Pu9u';c, ou, o, Rathines, a Per- 
sian, 6. 3. 7. 



be easy, idle, 2. 6. 6 ; hence 
yQvftia, ac, fi, easiness of 
temper, laziness, indolence, 2. 
6.5. 

wrr], TJC, / (PQITTOC, p'^ioc), 
resf, ^ta p. _/br </je sake of rest- 
ing, 5. 8. 16. 

'Pf'w, p'tuiTo/nat and pevaovpai, 
ippvTjKa, 2 aor. pass, eppvtiv, 
to flow, 1. 2. 7. 

'P//rp, uc, jj (p't'w, prjffti), to 
speak), an agreement, 6. 4. 28. 

'Plyoc, 0f, ro, coW, 5. 8. 2. 

'P/Trrw and pt~rw, p't'il/w, rppl<f>a t 
tppt/jpai, 2 aor. pass. eppl(pr]t' t 
to throw, \iO<wf ttc rov Trora- 
//ov, 4. 8. 3, 3. 3. 1 ; to <Arow 
off, Kfivlvs, 1. 5. 8; fling 
down, iraiaa, 4. 7. 13. 



'Pis- 



*P/c, ptvcr, '/> th e nose, 7. 4. 3 ; 
pi. the nostrils, Lat. nares. 

'Pottos, a, or, Rhodian, of or be- 
longing to Rhodes, an island 
on the SE. coast of Asia 
Minor, 3. 5. 8. 

'Po<5oyou'77, jjc, y, Rhodogune, 
daughter of Artaxerxes and 
wife of Orontas, 2. 4. 8. 

'Po$e(i, J;TW (po<poe), fr. srt/5 greed- 
ili/, gulp down, 4. 5. 32. 

*Puflp>C, ov, o (pew), rhythm, 
time, 5. 4. 14, 9. 10, 11; 
pvtipovg (raXni^Eif, to piny 
tunes, 7. 3. 32. 

'Pi>^(i, UTOS, TO (p/w), drawing, 
tK Tt>ov pvparot, within bow- 
shot, 3. 3. 15. 

'Pw^r;, iji-, / (puvvvfjit), strength, 
force, 3. 3. 14 ; also Roma, 
Rome. 

Puwvpl, p<tlffd), tppWfJLai, tO 

strengthen ; ro eppw/^iVor, 
strength of courage, 2. 6. 11. 
'PwTrapnc, u, o, Rhoparas ruler 
of Babylon, 7. 8. 25. 



S. 

2aydptc, ewe and <oc, >;, a sag&r- 

is, said to be Persian for a 

sivord, a bill, 4. 4. 16, 5. 4. 

13. 
ScmW, ov, ro, and o-a/ori'ov (ffak-- 

KOC), a sma// bag or sac&, 4. 

5.36. 
2a\/juOT<roc, oD, 6, Salmydessus, 

later 'A\^vcemr6c, a town in 

Thrace, on the Euxine, 7. 5. 

12. 
SaA.7rtyc7r;c ow, o (<ra\7ry), a 

trumpeter, 4. 3. 29, 32, 7. 4. 

19. 
2<iA.7riy, tyync, //, a trumpet, 

Lat. *w&a, long and straight, 



usually made of metal, used 
in battle, 5. 2. 14, 6. 3. 27 ; 

ffjj/uo/Vtti', rrj ff., 4. 2. 1, 7. 4. 

16; u)fjL<>ftt,ii'T), 7. 3. 32. 
2a\7rt'w, <yo>, late iVw, to sound 

a trumpet, 1. 2. 17 ; <ra\7riyic- 

r//f is genei'ally understood. 
Sctjuiof, a, ov, Samian, of or be- 

longing to Samos, an island in 

the -iEgean, 1. 7. 5. 
Zuf-tcXac, a, 6, Samolas, an 

Achaean, 6. 3. 11. 
Sapc'ttr, fwr, at, Sardis, the ca- 

pital of Lydia, 1. 2. 2, 3. 1. 8. 
Sapoc, ov, <>, the tiarus, a river 

in Cilicia, 1. 4. 1. 
Sarpci7r*vw, evrrw, to be a satrap, 

rule as satrap, rrjg -^upac, 3. 

4. 31 ; an-arra, 1. 7. 6. 
SarpctTTT/r, ou, 6 (Sansc. kshetra, 

a country, pa, to rw/e, Cyrop. 

8. 6. 3. Malcolm translates 

it umbrella-carrier, Hist. I. 

p 271), a satrap, the govern- 

or of a province of the Per- 

sian empire, 1 1. 2, 9. 7, &c. 
2ariiooc, ov, b, a Satyr, Silenus, 

1. 2. 13. 
Saurov for atavrov, of yourse If, 

your own, tic rj/r o-avroO (\w- 

pa>'), 7. 2. 37 ; TV ffaurw, 7. 

8. 3 ; iravroi', 7. 7. 23. 
2a<jjc, f;c, f'e, c^ear, manifest, 3. 

1. 10. 
2a<p<ic, adv. from aa^iq, clearly, 

manifestly, 1. 4. 18, 4. 5. 8 ; 

without doubt, 7. 6. 43. 

v, o, Seuthes, a Thraci- 

an prince, 7. 1. 5, 2. 24, &c. 

/Av/Jpja and ^nXvpftpia, ac, n, 

Selymbria, a town in Thrace, 

7. 2. 28. 



fia.ru>, <Tffft)p.nyKa, <rt<7/- 
1 aor. pass. ivrip.av- 
), to signify, inti- 
mate, 2. 1. 2, 7. 3. 43; 



126 



2 Y! fJL I V 



K7TTOfJ.aC 



the signal, 5. 2. 12 ; rjj o-dX- 
Triyyt, 3. 4. 4, 4. 2. I, 6. 3. 
25, 7. 4. 16; TW >an, 2. 2. 
4, 7. 3. 32 ; TO TroXf^tuor, f/ie 
signal of attack, 4. 3. 29, 7. 2. 
18 ; </>vyi>', 5. 2. 30, 5. 9. 24, 
10.15; we ui'dTravEffOcu, 2. 2.4. 
ov, ro (<7>;^u), a sz'^n, 
/, 5. 10. 2, 2. 5. 32 ; TO 
fia<ri\eiof a. the royal stand- 
ard, a golden eagle, 1. 10. 12. 

Sqffd/urj, T)f, >/, sesame, an 
eastern plant, the seeds of 
which are boiled and eaten 
like rice, <7Jyffa/uor, ov, ro, is 
.the seed, 1. 2. 22, 6. 2. 6. 
Hence, " Open, Sesame " of 
the nursery tale. 

2jj<rd^u>'oc, ;, ov (irrjanfin), made 
of sesame, ^pltrpa, 4. 4. 13. 

Stydw, a<ru (myt]), to bid or 
/brce one to be silent, 5. 9. 32. 

VI - / ' 

Ztyaw, rfao^tui, trtaiyriKU, ataiy- 
rjfjtai, to be silent, 5. 6. 27. 

Sly/;, Je5 '/ (ff'^w)> silence, adv. 
(Ttyp, iw. silence, 1. 8. 11, 4. 2. 
7; (1) ty, adv. silently; 
(2) fftya, inipt. of atyaw, 
AwsA ; (3) oty$, 3 s. pres. ind. 
of atydw, or Dor. dat. of 



2t'yXoc, ou, o, sometimes <r/k-Xoe, 
Heb. shekel, a Persian coin= 
7^ oboli, about lie?., nearly 
our shilling, but the shekel 
was 3s., 1. 5. 6. 

2iS/jpti'a, ac, / (<r/cr;poe), a work- 
ing in iron, 5. 5. 1. 

, a, oi', contr. ai^npovc, 
a, ovv (fft'Srypoc), marfe of iron, 
5. 4. 13. 

Ki/wvtoc, a, ov, Sicyonian, or a 
dweller in Sicyonia, a small 
district between Corinth and 
Achaia, 3. 4. 47. 
iXdj-oc, ov, o, Silanus, (1) a seer 



from Ambracia in Epire, 1. 7. 

18, 5. 6. 17 ; (2) a Macistian, 

7. 4. 16. 

, to injure, 3. 4. 16. 
uc, fwc, o, an inhabitant 

of Sinope, 5. 9. 15. 
Sij/wTi-rj, TJC, /, Sinope, a town in 

Paphlagonia, on the Black 

Sea, 5. 5. 7. 
2ioc, Spartan for 0oe, rw <rw, 

fAe Dioscuri, Castor and Pol- 

lux, 6. 4. 34. 
Siraywyo't 1 , o'c, ov (ffTroc, ayw), 

food-conveying, irXoTa, provi- 

sion ships, 1. 7. 15. 
SirctKJj, T;C, >/, also SirrrtfCTj, /S'zf- 

<ace, a town in Babylonia, 2. 

4. 13. 
StrdXk-ar, ov, o, Sitalcas, king of 

the Odrysi in Thrace, 5. 9. 6. 
Strfi/rot, ?/, o/ ((r7roc), yerf up, 

fatted, 5. 4. 32. 
2irjp'<Ttor, ou ro (<rtr;poc, <r7roc), 

provisions, jwovision-money, 5. 

10.4. 
2triof, ov, ro (<r7roc), food, pro- 

visions, 1. 10. 18. 
Stroc, ov, o, pi. alra, corn, 5. 4. 

27, 1. 4. 19, 2. 4. 27, 3. 4. 

18 ; bread, food, provisions, 

2. 1. 6, 3. 1. 3, 5. 4. 29, &c. 
, better r]ffop.ai, ai- 
eaiiinrriiJLai (<rtw7r>/), 

<o fo silent, pass over in si- 

lence, 1.3.2, 5. 8. 25. 



((ced^w, Kita, to split], to scatter, 

3. 5. 2. 
Stt'Xoe, toe, TO, the leg, 4. 2. 20, 

5. 8. 10. 
2>KTraofjn, aroc, TO ((TVRTrd^w), 

a tent- covering, 1. 5. 10; the 

other reading is artyaap.ara. 
S*T7rroc, a, or, from ffKoirtu, 1. 

3. 11, 4. 6. 10. 
uat ; see 



I2J 



to prepare, dress out, 5. 9. 12. 
, 7/e, '/, equipment, dress, 4. 
7. 27. 

, oc, TO, a vessel, pi. Ja<7- 
gage; Lat. rasa, impedimenta, 

3. 2. 28, 5. 3. 1, 8. 6; <=<70k 
KCU ffKfvri, 7. 4. 18 ; Xapfiuveir, 

7. 1. 7 ; a raX/u/3u i'<r, 6. 3. 
1 ; (caraXeiTTtir, 6. 2. 21. 

'VO^>OpW, J/fTU) (aXfWOC, <f>l()ti)\ 

to carry baggage, 3. 2. 28, 3. 
19. 

tuo^upoc, oc, or, carrying bag- 
gage, 3. 2. 28 ; TO. ffK. (KTTJVT)}, 
the beasts of burden, the bag- 
gage animals, 1. 3. 7, 10. 3, 

8. 2. 3G, 4. 3. 25, 7. 2. 22. 

and oKrjrfw, jjVw 
]), &c., to live in tents, 
to be quartered or billeted, or 
encamped, 7. 4. 12, 2. 4. 14, 

4. 8. 25; IKWC, 4. 4. 14; 
eV oiY/mc, 4. 2. 22, 5. 33, 

5. 5. 20, 1. 4. 9, 5. 3. 9, 7. 
3. 15. 

/ (o-Kia), a tent, 1. 2. 
17, 4. 4. 21, 3. 5. 7, Eng. 
scene. 

', &C. (ffVlJ>T|)j to 

, encamp, 5. 7. 31, 
7. 4. 11; to fo encamped, iv 
oiKiutc, 5. 5. 11, 4. 5. 23. 
ijia>/7n, aroc, rd (O-KTJVJ;), an 
encampment, pi. soldiers' quar- 
ters, 2. 2. 17, 7. 4. 16. 
'jTroe, ov, o ((T/cqnrw), a thun- 
der-bolt, 3. 1. 11. 

ow, 6 (ffKrjrrTpor, 
X W )> ^ e ivand-bearer, an at- 
tendant on the king, always a 
ewm/cA, 1. G. 11, 8. 28. 
iXXoDc, oinToo, o, Scillus, a 
town in Elis Triphylia, 5. 
3.8. 

7TOOOC, 



), a sma/ couch, low bed, 
5. 9. 4. 



a, nv 

Aarrf, 4. 8. 26. 
SicoXoi//, OJTOC, 6, a stake, pali- 

sade, 5. 2. 5. 
2(co7Tw, ffKi^opat, tffKenftai, to 

keep a look-out, 5. 1. 9; ra 

t/jiTrpoffdev, in front, 6. 1. 14; 

to observe, watch carefully, 2. 

5. 4 ; to attend or foo to, 7. 

4. 8, 1. 9.22; to look out for, 

5. 7. 32 ; to notice, observe, 
consider, 3. 1. 13, 7. 3. 42, 
7. 6. 33; *, 7. 3. 37; woOer, 
5. 4. 7; OTTWC, 1. 3 11; iro- 
Tf p t> v fi, 3. 2. 20, 5. 2. 8, 
20. 

2(C07TOC, OU, O (<TK1TTOp.ai), O Spy, 

2. 2. 15, 6. 1. 11. 

, ou, TO, contr. awfiov, 

garlic, 7. 1. 37. 

, ov (ffcdroc), in the 

dark, 4. 1. 5, 2. 2. 17. 
Stcdroc, tog, TO, darkness, 2. 5. 

9, 7. 4. 18; y/yi'tra*, 2. 2. 

7, 4. 2. 4 ; Itrriy, 4. 5. 17. 
2k-{rflj/e, ou, 6, pi. Sk'uWot, Scythi- 

ans, a nation living in the 

north of Europe and Asia, 3. 

4. 15. 
Sk'i/flZydc, ou, o, pi. 2,Kv6li r oi, the 

Scythlni, a people in Asia, 

called ^Kvdrffoi by Steph. Eyz., 

north of the river Harpasus, 4. 

7. 18. 
2vuXuw, euffiu (ff/:OXov), to sfnrp 

or .po?7 a slain enemy, Lat. 

spoliare, 5. 9. 6. 
SkurdXoi', ou, rd (ffKVTOf, a hide, 

Lat. cw^t's), a cudgel, club, 7. 4. 

15. 
2(,-6rti'oc, T;, ov ((Tk-uroc), leathern, 

made of leather, 5. 4. 13. 
S/IT/J'OC, oc, rd, a beehive, swarm 

of bees, 4. 8. 20., 



128 



r, Tjroc, 6, Smicres, a 
general from Arcadia, 6. 1. 4. 

2o\oc, iav, ol, Soli, a town in 
Cilicia, 1. 2. 24, hence Eng. 
solecism. 

2c, T/, ffdr, poss. adj. thy, thine, 

7. 7. 44. 

2oG<Ttt, wi*, rn, Susa, one of the 
capitals of Persia, the spring 
residence of the king, 2. 4. 25. 

2o0ati'roc ov, o (ffo^oc, alfcw), 
(1) Sophcenetus, an Arcadian, 
1. 2. 9; (2) a Stymphalian, 
1. 1. 11, 2. 3; perhaps the 
same person, Sty mphalus being 
in Arcadia. 

2o<p*a, at, f) (<Tod>de), wisdom, 1. 
2.8. 

oc, >;, oV, wise, 1. 10. 2. 
rar/w, I<TW, Att. id (ffTrai'ic), 
to be in want of, TIVQQ, 2 2. 
12, 7. 7. 42. 

o, oi', scarce, 1. 9. 27; 
from 

2;rai'ie, ewe, ;, scarcity, want, 
Trarrwv, 7. 2. 15. 

2jrciprfj, TJC, ty Sparta or Lace- 
daemon, the capital of Laconia; 
hence 

c, ov, , a Spartan, 4. 

8. 25, 6~. 4. 30. 

TraproK, ov, TO ((TTTft'pw), a ro/?e, 
corr/, a. ITVKVO. (.arpa^tpira, 
thick cords twisted, 4. 7. 15. 



to draw, TO ttyoc, 1. 8. 29, 7. 
4. 16. 

-/pw, ffirtpui, ecnrapca, tairap- 
pat, to scatter, sow, 5. 9. 8. 

(late), 
a /fia- 

z'on, 4. 3. 13 ; Mid. make a 
truce, a treaty, rw for Tivi, with 
one, 1. 9. 7 ; so also Trpoe Ttra, 
3. 5. 16; i<p' $, on this con- 
dition that, 4. 4. 6. 



-i';fa>, ffirevtrii), tTirtver/jai, to 
urge on, make haste, hasten, 

2. 3. 13 ; TUVTU iyu tatrtvloV) 
on this account I made haste, 
for 3iu raf/ra, 4. 1. 21, 3. 4. 
49, 4. 8. 14 ; T,)I> olov, 1. 5. 
9; iropivttrOai, 1. 3. 14, 4. 
8.2. 

27r0pcaTf/e, ov, o, Spithridates, 

a Persian, 6. 3. 7. 
27roXac, a^oc, //, a leather gar- 

ment, buff-jerkin, sometimes 

aro\ac, 3. 3. 20. 
27T'?;, ijt, / ((TTreV^io), a Zj'oa- 

tion, pi. a frwce, treaty, 5. 9. 

5, 4. 3. 14, 2. 3\ 24 ; amir, 

3. 1. 28 ; iroti'iffHat, 2. 3. 8 ; 
7rna/3aii'tr, 4. 1. 1 ; \uic, 2. 
5. 38, 3. 2. 10 ; Trapa rat <r. 1. 
9. 8, 2. 4. 5; 2. 3. 1, 3. 1. 1, 

4. 1. 1 ; Xotfii'i (Xf'/3<u), a liba- 
tion in a religious sense, \ofi 
(Xw), to the dead. 



usu. atro/jiat, 
v^aKa, iairovftua p.ai (mrov- 
^//), to make haste, to be busy, 
eager, earnest, 2. 3. 12. 

2jrouCatoXoya>, ijuu (erirovdi), 
At'yw), to speak seriously, en- 
gage in earnest conversation, 1. 
9.28. 

27Tou?//, ijs, ?/ (<T7rfu2w), ^as^e, 4. 
1. 17; airovly, in haste, 6. 3. 
14 ; ovv roAAjj, 1. 8. 4 ; icara 
airuvci\v tyivyuv, 7. 6. 28. 

SraCtoi', ou, ro (fOT>;/i), pi. 
oratiiot and ara^ta, a staf/ 
= 100 dpyvtat = 600 Grk. ft. 
= 606 Eng. ft, about |th of a 
mile ; a race, aywtl^eaOut, to 
run, 4. 8. 27. 

Sratf/uoc, ov, o (InTrjfjn), a station, 
or stage, on the royal road, 
where the king rested when 
travelling ; hence a day's 
journey, usually five parasangs, 



2ra<ria^ot> 

or 171 miles, 1. 8. 1, 10. 1, 
&c 

2ra<rmw, <r< (ffrairig), to rebel, 
revolt, -nvi against one, 2. 5. 
28 j to excite factions, Trpog 
dp X ovra, 5. 9. 29, 7, 1. 39, 2. 2. 

2 raffic, wc, ^ (iaTqfii), sedition, 
revolt, 5. 9. 29, 

Srai/poc, ov, 6 (<rrd, iffrijji/), aft 
upright pate or stake, a pali- 
sade, 5. 2. 21, 7. 4. 14, 17. 

ISrawpw/iu, arof, ro (trrau 
a palisade, 5. 2. 15, 19. 

2rap, aTf'tiroc, ro (Iffrijui), fat, 
tallow, 5, 4. 28. 

S.Teya<Tfjia, aroc, ro (oreydw, 
), a covering, 1. 5. 10. 

under cover, Lat. tectum, 4. 4. 
14, 5. 5. 20. 

2ryrot, ?/, oV (ffrEyi;), covered, 
roofed, 7. 4. 12. 

Srtipu, ardt^ta, iffTifiqrat, to 
tread, wapa TO.Q blovg OTEI- 
fio/.i(.>ac, along the (beaten) 
travelled roads, 1. 9. 13. 

SrE'XXw, <rr/\w, iff-a\Ka, fiat, 1 
aor. <rrtXa, 2 aor. jiass. ttrra- 
\TJI>, to send, send far, equip, 

3. 2. 7, to march, Kara 
5. 6. 5, 10. 13. 

SrEvoe, /, or, old form 

hence, comp. OTEI orfpoc, supl. 
o-rfj oraroc, narrow, \tapiov, 4. 
1. 16, 2. 24, 6co C , 3. 4. 19, 1. 

4. 4, Karaftufftg, 5. 2. 28 ; ro 
o-rEvof, a narrow part of the 
road, 4. 1. 14, 4. 4. 18, 5. 1. 



2 r o A 77 



129 



a narrow road, 1. 5. 7. 



to Zotv?, natural aiFection, as a 
father loves a son ; dyaraw 
is love founded on esteem 
(aya^cu), pw, sexual love, 
<j>i\lti>, love in general, special- 



ly of friends, 2. 6. 23. See 



tw and trrepiaiaa, 
iffTfprjxa, qpai, Mid. 
VTfpiirKOfiai and (rrepopai, to 
deprive, rtva nvoq, 2. 5. 10, 
foi!>, 1. 9. 13, 1. 4. 8, 4. 5. 
28, 2. 1. 12, trrtpotro and 
a-tpotTo, 7. 6. 16. 
e'pi'oy, ov, ro, fo breast, 1. 8. 
26, used by Homer for the 
breast of males only, while 
arijOos is used of both sexes. 
SrppJ>c, adv. sfrj^y, obstinately, 
3. 1. 22. 



c, ov, <n-^w, a 

wreath, garland, crown, x'Xoi}, 
4. 5. 33, \pvaovc, 1. 7. 7, for 
tombs, 6. 2. 9; hence Eng. 
Stephen, Stephanie. 3m7//a 
(?td, ^e'w) is a band, diadem. 



tituai, to wreathe, or croww, 
for sacrifice, 7. 1. 40, for 
battle, 4. 3. 17. 
;Xj/, TJC, ^ (IOTJJ/K), a pillar, 
5, 3. 13, a boundary post, 7. 
5. 13. 

Srt/3dc, dooc, jj (oT//3w), a fee? 
of straw, rushes, or leaves, 5. 

9. 4, al. ffKlUTTOffll'. 

Sr//3oe, ou, 6 (<rrt/3a;), a trodden 
way, a track, 1. 6. 1, 6. 1. 
24, 7. 3. 43. 

Srt'^w, ori'lw, EffTty/iat, to prick, 
tattoo, 5. 4. 32. 

of men in close array, a c/ose 

cofowm, 1. 8. 13, 26, 6. 3. 26. 
SrXyy/c, <2oc, >/, a Jlesh scraper, 

used in the bath, 1. 2. 10. 
SroXdc, dooc, // (ort'XXw), al. 

(77roXac, 3. 3. 20, a coat, jerkin. 
SroXrj, f], 11 (ariXXw), a robe, 

4. 7. 13, 5. 9. 2, /3ap/3api^, 
4. 5. 33, n p(roctf, 1. 2. 27. 

K 



130 



2rdXoe, ov, 6 (ari'XXw), march= 
TTOpeta, etc IlioiSac, fVt /3a- 
ffiXf'a, 3. 1. 9\ 10, TTOttlaOai, 
1. 3. 16, 3. 3. 2, army, array, 
1. 2. 5, iroXuv t'xtiv, 2. 2. 12 r 
Tra/jnr\t]dfjc, 3. 2. 11. 

2rd)ua, aroc, ro, month, opening, 
to a dwelling, 4. 5. 25, of a 
river, 5. 10. 1, sea, 6. 2. 1, 7. 

1. 1, the front, 5. 2. 26, opp. to 
ovpa, 3. 4. 42. 

2rpare/a, ae, ^ (orpardc), an 

expedition, 3. 1. 9, 5. 4. 18. 
2rparfvjua, arog, rd, <Wl army, 1. 

2. 18, &c. 

2rparuw, svffd), &c. (orparo'c), 
to march, etc Ilt<T/($ae, 1. 1. 11, 
ITT' A'iyuTrrov, 2. 1. 14, 2. 3. 
20, &c. Mid. to serve as soldiers, 

1. 2.3, 5. 4. 34, to make war, 
tTTi, on, 2. 1. 1. 

Urparjjytw, rjuw (<rrpardf, ayw), 
to command, lead an army, 1. 

3. 15, 2. 6. 28, 2. 13. 
2rparjyta, ac, 7j, <Ae q/^ce o/" a 

general, trrparnyde, 1. 3. 15, 
5. 6. 25, 7. 1. 41, generalship, 

2. 2. 13. 

Srparqycaw, desid. of orparjjyf w, 

to wz'sA to be a general, 7. 1. 33. 
Srparijyoc, ou, 6 (<rrparoc, ayw), 

a general, 1. 1. 2. &c. 
Srparta, ae, ^ (ffrparoc), an 

army, 1. 2. 27, &c. 
2rpartwr^e> ou, o (arparta), a 

soldier, 1. 3. 21, &c. 

e'oc, o (<rrparo'c, 
), Stratocles, a Cretan, 4. 

2.28. 

paroTreSevw, evtrii), &c. (orpard- 

Tre^oj'), to encamp, 7. 6. 24, 

4. 4. 8, &c. 

fSov, ov, TO (orpardc, 
), a camp, 1. 10. 1, &c. 
JSrparoc, "v, 6 ((rrop 

aw, to spread), an army. 



C, V, OV foTpt'06)), SC, 

c, a chain, 1. 8. 29; rrepl 
rate 5"/<a)(?;Xotc, 1. 5. 8, xpixroScj 
I. 2. 27. 

rf>w, orpt'^w, terrpo^a, eorpa/i- 
JUGU, 2 aor. pass, eirrpa^ijj', to 
tanz, Trpoc, 4. 3. 26 ; vid. 
ffTrapra, 4. 7. 15. 

2rpov0oe> oi), 6 and ^ (orp/o>, rpir- 
^w r orpu^w), a sparrow, but 
o fjilyac orp., fAe ostrich, alsa 
rarayatot, yepaaioi, birds that 
do not fly off the ground, 1. 
5.2. 

Srpwyuard?r/ioc, ov, 6, and ov, 
ov, rd (ff-pOjfAa, 2ew) r Z>ecZ- 
sac^:, a oa^ _/br forf clothes, o. 
4. 13. 

Srwyvdc, ?/, dv (<7ri, ffrvyita, to 
hate), hateful, gloomy, 2. 6. 9. 

Sn//z^dXtoc r o r ov, Stympha- 
lian, adj. from 

2rv/j(|aXoe, ov, //, Stymphalus, a 
town in Arcadia, 1. 1. 11. 

Su, pers. pron. /<ott, 2. 1. 12, 
17. 



relationship, affinity, 7. 3. 39. 
C (<"J>', yiyvofiai), 
related, oi IT., kinsmen, 7. 2. 
31. 

Svyytyvo/^at, yerijaop.ai, &c., to 
Je wzYA, Aave intercourse with, 
rivi 1. I. 9, 2. 27, 2. 5. 2, 7. 
2. 19, 4. 5. 23, 2. 6. 17, 1. 2. 
12, 5. 4. 33. 

, to szf together, 5. 7. 
21. 

f'w, tffw, &c. r to caZZ to- 
r, 1. 4. 8, 7. 2, &c. 

w, to &e/rf together, 
bend up, 5. 8. 10. 

t'o), navva, to burn 
down along with, rwt TI, 3. 2. 
27. 
2vy Ka.Ta.ffKeSavvvf.it, 



Mid. to pour over oneself at 
the same time, 1 . 3. 32. 

i^w, &c., to 
reduce along with, aid in re- 
during, 2. 1. 14. 

2wy/v'ar|0yaojua, acropai, &C., 
to help in obtaining, TIVI n, 7. 
7.25. 

SvyKeipat, Kuaopat, to be agreed 
upon, tig TO avyKf.ifjtf.vov, to 
the spot agreed on, 6. 1. 4, 
Kara ra <ni-yKf.ipeva, according 
to the terms of the agreement, 

7. 2. 7. 

2i/y;Xtw, (cXftVw, &c,, to shut, 

roe Tri/Xae, 7. 1. 15. 
2vyK0/uw, '<TW, &c., to bring to- 
gether, 6. 4. 37. 
2wyKU7rrw, v//w, to fettc? together 

towards each other, 3. 4. 19, 

21. 
2vyxwp<t, ?/<rw, &c., to yield, 5. 

2. 9. 
2vaoc, a, ov (<TC), pig's, swine's, 

XP<<r/ua <r., Ao^'s arrf, 4. 4. 13. 
2vvr<nc, Ewe and toe, o, Syen- 

nesis, king of Cilicia, 1. 2. 12, 

21. 
2i)fv.w, ou, ro, a^, 6. 2. 6. 

ai, &c., to 
o, 1. 1. 3, 4. 

8, 6.4,4. 4. 16. 

SuXXe'yw, \E'W, (TUJ'f/Xo^a, t\y- 
pai, to gather, collect together, 
5. 1. 15, ^ipwyai/a, 4. 3. 11, 
%6pTOi', 2. 4. 11, arpaTevfJia, 
1. 1. 7, 9, 5. 6. 37; ayopa*', to 
convene an assembly, 5. 7. 3, 
Pass. 4. 1. 10, 11, 6. 1. 6, 4. 
8. 9, 7. 4, 8. 

2i;\Xoy>;, rje, '/ (duXXfyw), a 
gathering, a. iroitiaQat., to make 
a levy, 1. 1. 6. 

2uXXoyoc, ou, 6 ((TuXXfyw), a 
gathering, assembly, meeting, 
5. 6. 22," 7. 2. 



13* 



, &c., to hap- 
take place, 3. 1. 13. 
2u/L/jSciXXw, /iaXw, &c., to throw, 
bring or heap together, 3. 4. 31, 
1,1. Q,^eviav,to contract friend- 
ly relations, 6. 4. 35 ; to a^rree 
wjoora, 6. 1. 3 ; to ta/&, 4. 6. 
14. 

cry aloud, shout to, aXX/Xou, 

6. 1. 6. 

2vp.j3or)dtw, rfffio, &c., to yoz'ra m 
giving aid, 4. 2. 1, 7. 8. 17. 

SvpftoXrj, rj, f] (<7v/u/3aXXw), 
a meeting, encounter, 6. 3. 32. 

2v/U/3ouXVa>, V(TW, &C., to O(Z- 

wzse, counsel, give advice, 5. 7. 
35, 1. 8, 6. 3, 10. 14, el, 5. 6. 
4, 12, tKiro^iav Tfoitifftiai, 1. 6. 
9,)ujf Trapa&^oi'at, 2. 1. 18, 19, 

7. 8. 4, 3. 1. 5, Mid. to asfc 
advice, consult, 1. 7. 2, 2. 1. 
16, aurw, 1. 1. 10. 

2u/i/3oi>X7, ^c, ?/ (HUT, /BouXjj), 
advice, 5. 6. 11, there is a 
Greek proverb wpor ^ <ru/i- 
/3ouXj, advice is sacred, 5.6.4. 

2uju/3ovXoe, ov, 6 (<rvv, /3oi/X?j), a 
counsellor, adviser, 1. 6. 5. 

to team along with, 6 o-w/i/na- 
0a v, orae <7iaf z's accustomed to 
a thing, 4. 5. 27. 

, to i<? (z?i ally, to 
help, 5. 4. 30. 

iyu/Lia)(o/Liat, Tjcro^taj, &c., to fight 
along with, help, nri, 5. 4. 10. 
t[ifj.a-%ia, at;, /;, alliance, 5. 4. 
3, 8 ; from 

<w a%, 7. 6. 3, 5. 4. 9, 4. 6, 
7. 7. 25; ffi/ju^xa^oc, f>C) o*', adj. 
auxiliary, 'nrirtlq, 2. 4. 6, 7, 
3. 1. 2; Swra/icc, 2. 5. 11, 5, 
4.7. 

*Y P / ' 

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132 



to 
OC, 7. 8. 17. 

or vuw, ptii), &c., 
to mix together, unite with, 
join, rtri, 2. 1.2, 4. 2. 9, 7. 
8. 24; to meet in battle, 4. 6. 
24. 

vyu7rapa<7Kvaw, affw, &C., 
get ready with, to help in pro- 
viding, 5. 1. 8, 10. 
vynTrape'xw, t'(,>, &c. (ffvv, 7rap<i, 
c^u), to afford, aatyaXtiav, 7. 
6. 30, 0o/3ov ri v/, to Ae/p to 
one with terror, 7. 4. 19. 
, ao-a, av (truv, Trdc), all, 
the whole, avfnraffa // 63oc, 7. 
. 26; oi a. 1. 2. 9, TO a., pon 
Ae whole, 1. 5. 9. 

7 ?j<7(u, to force? together, 
benumb, of cold, 4. 4. 11. 

ttt, &c., to sewc? 
, 3. 4. 42, 6. 4. 18, 
rtvl fiytftovag, 5. 5. 15, rivi 
Tinii; ipovi'TUQ, 5. 6. 21. 
^,v/.nruirvy^(it'u), TtvZo/jiai, &C., 
to /a// in with at the same 
time, nri, 7. 8. 22. 
2v/j.Triirrb), Trerrov^cti, &c., to ./a// 
in, olKia, 5. 2. 24 ; fall upon, 
4. 8, 11 ; fall off, 1. 9. 6. 

SuyuTrXfwc, uc, 

1. 2. 22. 

^.vfjuroXspfw, t'/ffii), &c., to make 
war, join in war, nvlirpoq riva, 
1. 4. 2, Tivl tiri Tiva, 3. 1. 5. 

^vpTroptvo/jat, (vtro^iui, to march 
or journey together, 1. 3. 5,4. 9, 

4. 1. 28. 

ov, o (TV / , TT/VW, 
president at a 
drinking party, toast-master, 

5. 9. 30, like the ap%tTpiK\tiOG 
of Jchn 2. 8, ' <Ae governor of 
the feast,' the arbiter bibendi 
of Hor., our chairman at a 
public dinner. 



aw, &c., to "fffff 
(7 with, co-operate with, 1. 
7. 19, wffre Xo/Stly, 7. 8. 23 ; 
UVT Tttvra, 1. 1. 8 ; avrjj 
raura wf tTridvpEl, 5. 5. 23 J 
er^x'crt rac airov^ac, to aid them 
in getting a truce, 7. 4. 13, 

TTepl TiJQ %l6$OV, 5. 4. 9. 

Svpwpeafitig, ewv, of, fellow- 
ambassadors, 5. 5. 24. 

Su/U7T(000W)UOjltat, TJfJOfJiai, &C., 

to /are m i/i desire that, to 
unite zealously tvith, 7. 1. 5, 

2. 24, p.t~ivat avrov, 3. 1. 9. 

ovvoiaw, ffvvtnyi'O'xa, 
to bring to- 
gether, gather, 6. 2. 9, 3. 4. 
31, 6. 3. 6 ; to endure with one, 
Tivi TI, 7. 6. 20, to fo useful, 
profitable, advantageous, 7. 3. 
7; nj arpan^, 3. 2. 27; Trpoc 
r/r x^P av wptytpy, zs suitable 
for the ground, 7. 3. 37 ; iirl ro 
fiiXrwv, to contribute for the 
better, it would be for his 
advantage, 1. 8. 4. ovpfyipor 
iari, it is advantageous, airo- 
covvai, 7. 7. 21. ro ifjit 
e^mt, 5. 9. 26. 

2iv/j.(j>r)/ju, 0?)(7w, to agree, confess, 
raf/ra, 5. 8. 8, 7. 2. 26. 

Sur, Prep, with, gov. Dat. (trvr 
is ace. of ffSc, a /(z^), 1. 3. 5 T 
6, 2. 5. 9, &c., arvv role 0to7c 7 
by the help of the gods, 3. 1. 
23,42,2. 8, 11, 14; TW- 
^t'pj'/je co/ of (Tw^ ai/rw, 3. 5. 

3, 2. 2. 8, 4. 1, 5. 40 ; /3o- 
ffi\tvg KCII of <7ti^ airw, 1. 10. 
1, 2; of avr fiaaiXel, 1. 10. 
18, 3. 1. 19; Tlepaai caiof avv 
avroig, 3. 2. 11 ; avr rw li 

by just means, opp. to 

adiKiae, with injustice, 2. 6. 18. 

Surciyw, aw, &c., to Zn'n/7 to- 

gether, xp^ara, 5. 10. 8, 3. 



-5. 14,4.4. 10, 19, 1.3.9,5. 

10,6.2. 10,4. 11,29. 
Svi>uy/pw, ytpti, &c., to gather 

together, 1. 5. 9. 
Svv<HKw, ?7<7w, &c,, to do wrong 

with one, TIVI, 2. 6. 27. 
SvvaSpoif^d), itiw, &c., to collect 
together, 7. 2, 8, 6. 3. 30. 
~S.vra.ivfu, <rw, &c., to agree with, 

awroTc rawra, </** ew l&z's, 7. 

7.31. 
2wm(pw, /<r, &c., to tos&e to- 

gether, we ffwveXojri et^Iy, to 

speak concisely, briefly, 3. 1. 

38. 
Surairo XowQt w, J/ITW, &c., to f<>l- 

low along with-, 2. 5. 30, 35, 

3. 1. 4, 10, 7. 7. 11. 



, <iXA>/Xw>', 5. 4. 31. 

tw, iffot, &c. } to gather 
together, 7. 3. 48. 
(vaXXarrw, aw, <&c., to inter- 
change, reconcile, irp6<; TWO., 

1. 2. 1. 

;i'ai'a/3acV&>, fitjffOfiai, &c., to 
</o w^> -along with, TIVI, 1. 3. 
18, 5. 4. 16. 

ira.raTrpa.TTU, au>, &C., to A//> 
or ,;<?? m exacting payment, 

<jv Trapa. Ttvog, 7. 7. 14. 

arijfii, avaorjjffw, &c., to 
ma&e to to:wc? /) together, 
Intr. to stand up or rise to- 
gether or <z orece, 7. 3. 35. 

to /we^, 1. 8. 15, Tiri, 7, 2. 5. 
SwvaTret/uj, to go away together, 

2. 2. 1. 

JSuvaTToXa^t/Sarw, Xr/^/oyuat, &C., 
receive in common, pt<rtidi>, 

7. 7. 40. 

gether, p.ay*ii> aX\rt\oif. if ye 
- engage in any fighting with one 
anetJier, 1. 5, 16> 



, ap^w, &c., to 
jointly with, TIVI 0rpa.Ttvua.TOG, 
5. 9. 32. 



ov, fft 

a companion at dinner, 2. 5. 27. 
2i/j'Oia/3cuVa;, f3i)ffouai, &C., to 

cross over together, 7. 1. 4. 
Sui'Ctairparrw, Trpu^ui, &c., to 

negotiate with one, virep TIVOC, 

4. 8. 24. 
^wloKiw, ^o^w, &c., to seem good, 

TTOiffL, 6. 3. 9. 

'Lvvf.ini, to ie with, 2. 6. 20; 
<{>t\iKu>s TIVI, to be on friendly 
terms with one, 6. 4. 35. 

, to go together, to come 
to close quarters, WQ /ua^ou- 
1. 10. 10. 

eXevvofjiai, &C-, 
to ^o 7zJf^ one, e/c ro f pw/zo, 
4, 5. 10. 

Swj'i<T7r7rrw, weffovfiat, &C^ to 
ya^/ a/o??^ tr^A one, Etc rj/i' 
0aXarrav, 5. 7. 25 ; to rsA 
together, eiaot riav TTV\W>', 7. 
1.18. 

OfjLai, &c., <o </<> 
o?<< together, iiri TO opog, 4. 3. 
22. 

^k-/3/3a^w, a<ru;, &a, to Ae?p 
m bringing out, rag a//aac : 

TOW TTt)\OV, 1. 5. 7. 

/)'fKO7rrw, Ko\Lti), &<;., to ^e/p 

to c OK^, or away, livlpa, 4. 

8.8. 

t, &c., to drink 

up with one, 7. 3. 32. 
SvrC7To/o/w, taw, &a, to /je/p 

m procuring, 5. 8. 25. 
~2ivvf',p')(()fAai, t\f.vaop:ai, &c., to 

^o o^ with, TIVI, 7. 8. 11. 
Si/i'7rcui>w, <rw, &c., to consent, 

agree to, ri, 7. 3. 36. 
Si/)'7ro/za/, tyofjLai, to follow 

along with, TIVI, 3. 1. 2, 5. 2* 

4, 1. 3. 9, 4, 17, &c, 



134 



CvjUC[(, &C., tO 

vow at the same time, role 

0ne Qvrrttv, 3. 2. 9. 
ui'7ryu\o^a, j'/erftytat, &C., to 
join in taking care of, to have 
joint charge of, rijje orjoartdc, 

5. 9. 22. 
vvMrunrevSb), evtru), &C., to join 

or assist in forcing onwards 

TCIC a/.maf, 1. 5. 8. 
u'7rrpi'/3w T Tpn//w, &c., to c/e- 

stroyat once OT utterly ,5. 8. 20. 
wrfTToyui'vjut, opovpni, &c., to 

swear m addition, 7. 6. 19. 



helping a person in a thing, 
- a fellow-worker, nvi TWOS, 1. 

9.20. 
Swip^o/jcii, \v<TO[tai, &c., to 

come together, meet, af^peg ical 

Kriivrt, 4. 7. 2, 5. 9. 30, 2. 3. 

21, 2. 1. 2, 5. 3, &c. 

Svvt^ETTO^at, t^fOfUUf to follow 
along ivith, 7. 4. 6 ; avrote, 
..4,8! 18. 

2wi'^w, f(i>, &c. r to ee/> to- 
gether, orpciTtv/jia, 7. 2. 8. 

$vv>jo/jaf, jjffOifffopui, to rejoice 
with, 7. 7. 42 ; rivl on, to 
congratulate one that, 5. 5. 8, 
. 7. 8. 1. 

Swdfaopat, aero/j.ai, &c., to view 
together, ra itpa, 6. 2. 15. 

Suj'^ij/xo, aroc, TO (ervv, ri 
an agreement, 4. 6. 20; watch- 
word, irapayyi\\tir, jrupafii- 
$6vai, to give the word, 1. 8. 
16, 7. 3. 34, 39 ; vapip-^erai, 
the word is pasting round, 1. 
8. 16; Lat. tessera militaris. 

2vy0ijpaw, clcrw, &c., to httnt with, 
5. 3. 10. 

2iwi$t~tv, see irvropau, 1. 5. 9, 
to perceive plainly. 

<rv<m/<7w, ffwlornica., 

fo ^/ace wrtA or se< 



together, introduce, recotn~ 
mend, riva TI'SI, 3. 1. 8 ? 

5. 9 23 ; Intrans. to stand 
together, 5. 7. 16 ; IK\ Xci^>ov, 
on a hill, 6. 3. 28 ; holding 
together, 7. 6. 26. 

r ov, f), a coming together^ 
assembling, 6. 2. 9 ; engage- 
ment, 1. 10. 7, henee synod. 
i'oi^a, inf. (ru^ft^rat, to know 
with, to be conscious, with 
part, i^fvfffjifvot;, 1. 3. 10, 7. 

6. 18. 

w^w, Xvo)uai, fo ra/sc a 
cry, scream, shriek toge- 
ther, esp. of women, 4. 3, 19. 
oyuoAoyf'w, JJTW, &c., /o agree 
to,Tavra, 4.2.19, 7.8.3; w^/ 
one,ru'l, 7. 5. 10 ; aurw ruvra, 
wzYA Am m this, 5. 7. 15. 
vopaw, u-^opai, &c., fo see af 
the same time, see plainly, 4. 
1. 11, 5.2. 13 ; jj px^ " <7a > 
the government was, like 
, 1. 5. 9. 

e, ; ((rvi'fiyut), a being/ 
with> meeting, 2.5. 6. 
j'rarrw, raw, &C., <0 p?/i <0- 
gether in order, draw up in 
battle array, 1. 2. 15, 7. 14, 
8. 14,3. 14,10. 5, &c., 6. 1.21. 
, 0>j(Ta;, re'fotica, r0t- 
;a, fo />Mf, p/ace together, 
Mid. to jaA;e an agreement, 
mi, 1. 9. 7, 2. 5. 8 ; ar- 
range, sttte, n. 4. 2. 2, 6. 21, 
5. 1. 12 ; tyv\u.TTtiv y 4. 2. 1, 

7. 1. 35. 

C, ov (ovv, r|UJ'w), 
, o^oc,a short way,2. 6. 22. 
e, oc, ov (TW^, r/ua- 
a), a companion at table, 
messmate, 1. 9. 31 ; so o 



i, &c., to 
together, 5.. 7. 4, 7. 6. 6. 



2vvrp//3w, rpt'4/w, &c., to crush 
completely, 4. 7. 4. 



;z7A, rtW, 1. 10, 8. . 
2iM'tv(/>\ew, j/irw, &c., to yoift tft 

helping, evict', contribute no 

advantage, 3. 2. 27, 
2i/pavo<rtoc, a, o^, sometimes 

2vpaKov(TtoG, a, ov, Syracusan, 

of or belonging to Syracuse, 

^vpaKovrrat, a town in Sicily, 

1. 10. 14. 
2i/p*o, etc, ;, Syria, a country 

at the eastern extremity of the 

Mediterranean, I. 4.4; adj. 

2v'ptoc, a, or, Syrian, 1. 4. 5 ; 

2w/x>c, ou, 6, a Syrian. 
Si/ppcM, ptvffopa.1, &c., to flow or 

/oc together, 4. 2. 19, 6. 1. 

6, 5. 2. 3. 
2wc, 0We, o and v, like we, ace. 

avv (<7uw), a ioar, pz^, 5. 3. 

10, 7. 24. 

w, ao-w, &c. ("'', 
), &> /?acl' M/J f A^ ^o^- 

gage, 1. 3. 14, 2. 2. 4, 4. 5. 

1 ; a Ix'> 2, 1. 2; p. p. 

part entrevgBMurfUHH) 3. 5. 

18, 7. 1. 11. 

SufflfJJI'OC, OC, Of ((TUV, ffKJJvi/), 

dwelling in one tent, a mate, 

1 chum; 5. 7. 15, 6. 5, 6. 
Swffwow, a<7w, &C., fo draw, sew 

togethei', hipdepas, 1. 5. 10. 
Zvffirupcua, a<rw, &c., to bring 

into close order, 1. 8. 21. 
2i/<77rov5a((;, dffw, &c., to make 

haste along with, to share in 

one's zeal, 2. 3. 11. 
2u(rrparuo/jat, evtrofint, &C-, to 

serce /on^r ?z^, to starre irj 

?i expedition, 5. 10. 15, 7. 

5. 9, 12; nvi, 7.3. 14, 6. 

14; avv nvi, 5. 6. 24; tTrt 

ro opoc, 7. 4. 20; ivl fia<ri\a, 



135 

2tiorparijyoe, ov, 6, a fellow- 
general, 2. 6. 29. 
2i/oTpariwTije, "v, 6, a, fellow- 

soldier, comrade, 1. 2. 26. 
2i/<rrparo7T($vo^ia, evaofiai, &c., 

to encamp along with, avv nvi, 

2. 4. 9. 
Zi/orp0a>, ^w, &c., 2. aor. pass. 

<rvv(TTpa(j>t)v, to turn, face 

about, 1. 10. 6. 
2uj(voc, ij, oy (ffuf, *X W )> ^"^j 

considerable, x/)oVoc, 1. 8. 8, 

5. 8. 14; ffv\vnl, many, 5. 4. 
16, 18, 7. 16, (rvxyoV, a cora- 
siderable distance, 1. 8. 10. 

20aytao^aj, aaop.ai (ff^aytov, 
o-^a^w), to sto:y a victim, sacri- 
fice, 6. 2. 25, 4. 3. 18, 5. 4, 

6. 3. 8. 

ov, TO (<r^a <)), a victim, 
K a\a, 1. 8. 15, 4. 3. 19, 6. 3. 21. 
see ff^arrw. 



J2oe), ball-like, 5. 4. 12, 

tower e? rounded of the wood 

itself. 
2^a\A<i>, (T^aXd', cV^aXira, /uat, 

2 aor. pass. efr^aXijv, to /??/) 

p, deceive; Mid. stumble, 7. 

7. 42, rt, m anything. 
20arrw, and a<pai<i), a(f>d<i) t ta- 

fyaypai, to slay, 4. 5. 16 ; 

sacrifice, 2. 2. 9, tc aaTrtia, 

letting the blood into a shield. 
StftevSovdit), r\aw, to sling, hurl 

from a sling, 3. 3. 7, 15, 17, 

18, 4. 3. 30; from 
Ii<f>ev?6vr}, i;e, //, a sling, Lat. 

funda, Htpaucai, 3. 3. 16; 

0povro, 5. 2. 14 ; t^iKvoi/vTO, 

3. 4. 4, 4. 3. 29, iirteZovro 

viro a., 7. 8. 18. 
S^vJonyrije, ov, o (aif>ev$6vrj), a 

elinger, 3. 3. 6. 
fy>a, adv. very (a<f>6Spoc, 
il, avtvlwi), 2. 3. 1C, 4> 



136 



18; XCVKD/, 5. 4. 32, 2. 6. 11, 
13. 

oe, , or, and of, oy 
(<T7rou?j, <r7Tw)w), great, tj>- 
ceia, 1. 10. 18. 

ja, ac, ^ (ir^e^tof, sudden , 
, a ra/i, 1. 5. 10, 2, 4, 
28. 

X W )> a ^ v - fflmot t near- 
ly, 7-p/a, 4. 7. 6, 7. 6. 1, 4. 8. 
15; mostly, 1. 8. 25, <r. n 
Ttaaa, nearly in some sort the 
whole, 6. 2. 20. 
erXu> f a, ov (e'xw), rweJ, 7. 6. 
30. 

roc r TO ('l\w\form t 1. 
. 10. 



cleave, vXa, 1. 5. 12, 4. 4. 
12 ; TO ffrpdrevfja e<r%iadri, 
divided, 6. 1. 1; Bug. schism. 
(oXaw, aero* (or^oX^), to have 
leisure, 7. 3. 24, 2. 3. 2. 
oXaioc, a, ov (a^oXi^), ai one's 
leisure, slow, iropt/a r 4. 1. 13 ;, 
, a*Varoc and cuo- 
, atoraroc, 1.5.9; adv. 
0\o>\at(i), 1. 5. 8. 

r rfe, y (tx w )> tei^re, time, 
idtiv 4. 1. 17; iartv ev 
iroitiv, 1. 6. D, 5. 1. 9; <r)(o\y, 
slowly, 3. 4. 27, 4. 1. 16,opp. 
ii ; Eng. scheoL 



and Gtffwapat, to save> pre- 
serve, 1. 10. 3, 3. 2. 10, 11, 
5. 5. 8, 2. 3. 25, 3. 2. 4 ; p- 
\^v, 2. 5. 11; ra fourwj'^3. 2. 
39 ; otvvirrai, 7. 7. 56 ; Pass. 
2. 1. 19, 6. 1. 5, 16, to retttrn 
safely, go in safety, 8. 1. 6, 3. 
4, 5. 3. 6 ; etc TY^V 'EXXeida, 6. 
2. 8 ; eVi 0t/Xarrai-, 6. 3. 20 ; 
(.vda fiovXoptda, 5. 6. 81 ; OTTJJ 
QtXti tKatrroc, 6. 4. 18. 
2<i)k-pa'r>], tog, c. ove, 



), (1) Socrates, the phi- 
losopher, 3. 1. 5. (2) An 
Achaean general, 1.1. 11, 2. 
5. SI, 6. 30. 



3. 2. 20; (?z/e), 2. 1. 12, 4. 
6. 10, 5. 5. 13 ; (person), 1. 
9. 12, 27. 

r a, ov, COBtr. ffwc> <rwa r 
ffw>-, sa/e r 2. 2. 21,3. 1.32, 
5. 1. 16, 2. 32, 8. 7. 

, cue, o r and Swtrmc, ov, o 

(<rwc), Sosias, a SyracTisan, 1. 

2 a 
. 9. 

poc, o (<rw^w), a $ 
i><;, 3. 2. 9 1 , 4. 8. 25. 
Swr^p/a, ac r j (<rwrjjp) r 

2. 1. 19, 5. 2. 24, 6. 3. 18 ; 
air^aXr/c, sr, 5. 2. 20; 
ffwrjpi'a ^flffyat, &. 3. 14 j 

aV', 3. 1. 26; TYfV <7, 

, 5. 10. 10. 



a native of Sieron, 3. 4. 47. 
2wr7Jptoc, oc r ov (ffwrqp), saving, 
indicative of safety T 2. 6. 11 ; 
salutary, 3. 3. 2; ro cr^ 
thank-offerings for deliver- 
ance, 3. 2. 9, 5. 1. 1. 



to be of sound mind, to- 
le wise, 5. 8. 24, 10. 11, 7. 3. 
17, 6. 41 ; ra Trpoe ue, to act 
moiv prudently in what con- 
cerns you, for- your interest, 7* 
7.30. 

*'<"> (atotypw^to brinff 
to reason, 7. 7. 24, 5. 9. 28. 

jc, q (o-w^pwv), 

ion self-eontrel t 1^ 
9.3. 

T. 

ToXavrov, ow, ro (rXdw, Lat. 
) a balane^ a takat t 



usually of silver=60 minae, 
or 243J. 15s., 1. 7. 18, 5. 6. 
18, 2. 2. 20. 

Ta/uiEuo/^at, evao/jiai (rajut'oc, a 
steward, rt'/ii'w), to manage, 
2. 5. 18 ; to determine with 
hoiv many we may wish to 
fight, or parcel out into such 
parts as we may wish tojight 
with. 

Ta/iwe, W, 6, Tamos, an Egyptian 
from Memphis, the admiral of 
Cyrus' fleet, 1. 2. 21, 4. 2. 

Tavajrm = ra evavTia, 5. 6. 4. 

Ta/ap)(oe, ou, o (raie, ap)(w), a 
taxiarch, commander of a 
taxis, a brigadier, 3. 1. 37. 

Taie, ewe, >/ (ra<r<rw), order, 
battle-array, 1. 2. 18, 7. 20, 
2. 3. 10; eV Ta^ti livai, 5. 1. 

2, 8. 13 ; eWflat, 1. 8. 19, 5. 

4. 24 ; ra irepi rag rafic, 
military tactics, 2. 1. 7; IVTOIQ 
T. tlvai, ac rag r. Qtiv, the 
ranks, 2. 2. 14, 1. 8. 10, 

5. 8. 13; a company, 1. 2. 
16, 8. 8, 3. 4. 14 (consist- 
ing of 200 men, 6. 3. 11), 2. 

3. 2, 3. 1. 32, 4. 4. 8, 7. 3. 
15 ; applied to hoplites, 1. 5. 
14, 4. 7. 2 ; peltasts, 4. 3. 22; 
cavalry, 4. 3. 17. 

t, wv, ol, the Taochi, a hill 
tribe on the borders of Ar- 
menia, 4. 4. 18, 6. 5, 7. 1. 
ofij >7, oV (raVj/c, carpet, 
aTTt^ov, Ae ground, 
like humilis, fr. humus), hum- 
ble, lowly, submissive, 2. 5. 
13. 

TctTretvow, a<rw (rctTravof), 20 
fam&te, 6. 1. 18. 

te, /doc, ^, later form of 
raTTT/c, TJT-OC, 6, a carpet. 7. 3. 
18, 27, al. roTrtc. 

or raparrw, a'w, r- 



137 

;, to throw into dis- 
order, 6. 3. 9, 3. 4. 19, 23, 5. 
10. 9, 2. 4. 18. 

Ta.pa.-%0e, ou, 6, for rapa-^fj, 
confusion, disorder, 1. 8. 2. 

Tapt)uto, u<ra, &c. (ra'pl^oc, an' 
embalmed body, a mummy), to 
preserve, 5. 4. 28. 

Tapvoi, at t>, of, or Taptroe, ou, ff 
(fancifully derived from rap- 
<roe, a hoof, because the horse 
Pegasus lost a hoof here), 
Tarsus, a town in Cilicia, 1. 
2. 23. 

Ta<rerw or rarrw, raw, rera^a, 
TtTa.-yp.ni, to arrange, 1. 2. 15; 
Kara roue "EXXiji'ttc, opposite, 
2. 3. 19; order, 2. 3. 11, 3. 

1. 25, 1. 5. 7, 4. 3. 30, 2. 6. 
13, 5. 5. 10,4. 6.22, 1. 6.6, 

5. 4. 16. 

Taupoc, ou, 6, & bull, Lat. 

taurus, 2. 2. 9. 
Taurp, in this direction, 1. 10. 

6, 4. 2. 4 ; tfzere, 4. 8. 12, 5. 

5. 20 ; of T. tTTTroj, 4. 5. 36 ; 
of raurij, the people there, 7. 4. 
24 ; in this way, oSu, 2. 6. 7 ; 
? tie TI ciXXo (3i\Tiov r) TavTrj, 
if there be any other better 
course than this, 3. 2. 32. 

Ta'0oc, ou, 6 (ftaVrto), a tomb, 1. 

6.11. 
Td^>pe> ou, ?) (OaVrw), a ditch, 

6. 3. 3, 5. 2. 5, 2. 3. 10, 4. 
13. 

Ta^a, adv. from ra^ue, quickly, 
4. 4. 12, 1. 8. 8, 5. 7. 21 ; 
presently, 5. 2. 17 ; ra^s'toc, 

2. 2. 12, also ra)(u under 



Taxuc,ea, u (0w, to rwn), Comp. 
t)dffffu>i', supl. ;-a')(i(Troc, quick, 
1. 2. 20, 1. 3. 14, 3. 3. 16, 4. 
3. 24 ; raxu, adv. quickly, 2. 
3. 6, &c. ; 



138 

a quick step, quick march, 4. 
6. 25 ; on Ta-^iffra, as quickly 
as possible, 4. 3. 29, 32, 5. 6. 
18, &c. ; so oc Td\i<TTa, 1. 3. 
14, 3. 1. 38, 4. 6. 9, &c.; <Jc 
etSuvaro ra'^iirra, 3. 4. 48; j) 
idvvaro ra^tora, 1. 2. 4, 4. 5. 
1, 6. 1. 21 ; we Ta\iaTa, as 
soon as, Lat. quum primum, 

4. 3. 9; so eVei ra^tora, 6. 1. 
21, 7. 2, 6, 3. 1. 9, 4. 6. 9. 

Te', and, enclitic particle, Lat. 
que, Tt rt, both and, not only 
but also, 4. 5. 12 ; three 
times repeated, 6. 3. 21, 7. 7. 
30 ; joined to idv, tire, fifire, 
owre, often re' Kal,both and, 
not only but also, 5. 4. 21, 

5. 1, 7. 5. 6, &c. ; av re yap 
"EXXj/v ? Kal f)piif, for you 
are a Greek and we too (are 
Greeks), 2. 1. 16, 7. 1.21; 
T icai teal, 1. 9. 7, &c. ; ri 
cc, 7. 8. 11, &c. 

Te'flptTTTTOV, OU, TO (rfffffUpEf, 1lT- 

Trot), sc. appa, Lat. quadrigce, 
a four-horse chariot, 3. 2. 24. 

TftVW, TVW, TfTUKa, TTapat, tO 

stretch, 4. 3. 21. 

build a wall, fortify, 7. 2. 
36. 

TeZxe, eoe, TO, a wall, 3. 4. 11, 
5. 5. 6, &c.; tc TO rel^oc, 
within the city wall, 5. 5. 6, 7. 
1. 38, 2. 13; a fortress, castle, 

3. 4. 10, 7. 3. 19, 5. 8. 

papovpat, 1 aor. 
v (re'tyiap), to infer, 

4. 2. 4, rw 
TeK/xj/piov, ou ro 

proo/, 3. 2. 13, 1. 9. 30. 
TeVvov, ou, TO (r/Krw), a child, 1. 

4. 8. 
TeXeuraToc, ct, ov (re'Xoc), last, 4. 

1. 10, 3. 24, 5. 22, 7. 3. 39. 



TeXeura'w, ?7<rw, &C. (re'Xoc)) to 
end, ftlov, to die, 1. 9. 1, 2. 1. 

1, 4, 6. 2. 11 ; reXevrwj', af 
ZasZ, af length, 4. 5. 16, 6. 
1.8. 

TeXeur^, jje, ^ (re'Xoc), end, row 

/St'ov, 1. 1. 1, 9. 30; without 

/3tov, 2. 6. 29, 3. 2. 7. 
TeXe'w, e'<rw, r7eXe*:a, rereXeir/zai 

(WXoc), to end, to pay, 3. 3. 

18, 7. 1. 6, 2. 27, 6. 16. 
TeXoc, eoc, TO, an end, rrjc 

flplpac, 1. 10. 18; e6cov, 5. 

2. 9; e X "i', 6. 3. 2; reXoe 
(ata), a last, 1. 10. 13, 2. 3. 
26, 5. 5. 3, &c.; ra re'Xi/, </e 
magistrates in Sparta, the 
Ephors, 2. 6. 4, 7. 1. 34. 

Ttpa-^OQ, eoc, TO (ripvui), a slice, 

()E\(l>ivtav, 5. 4. 28. 
Tejuei'frijc, ov, 6, an inhabitant of 
Temenus, a place in Sicily, 
Steph. Byz. ; others make it 
TrjptvtTrjc, ir. Temenium, a 
place in Argolis, Strab.; and 
others Ti;/ui'trjv, fr. Temnos, a 
place in ^Eolis, Schn. 4. 4. 15. 
Ttpi'U), Ttpw, TtrpriKa, Ttrpripai, 
2 aor. trepov or 'irapov, to cut, 
5. 8. 18. 

TeVayoc, eoc, TO (ret'i'w), a shoal, 
a shallow, 7. 5. 12. 

?, ov, wiaJe /roi 
turpentine tree, repe'/3iv0oc; 
, turpentine, 4. 4. 13. 
ovra, forty, 1. 5. 13. 
TeWapec, ec, a (old form Tre'ropee 
= /ze (for /uelc> elc) + rpec, 
l + 3),/owr, 1. 2. 15. 
TeVaproc, r), ov, fourth, 3. 4. 31. 
, at, a, four thou- 
sand, 1. 1. 10. 

rpatcofftot ai, a, /our hundred, 
and sing. rerpa*co<n'a affirig, 1. 
7. 10. 

ia, ac, ^ (polpa), a 



fourfold portion, 7. 2. 36, 
6.1. 

/c, ij, ovv, fourfold, 7. 
6.7. 

ta, ac, fi, Teuthrania, a 
town and district in Mysia, so 
called from Teuthras, an an- 
cient king of Mysia, 2. 1. 3. 

, sot, TO (rtu^w), a vessel, 
5. 4. 28. 



to practise artifice, 7. 6. 16. 
, jje, fj (ri'rrw, re/ceTj/), ar/ 



by every art and contrivance, 

4. 5. 16, 7. 2. 8. 

adv. fr. re^viKoe 
), in an artificial way, 

5. 9. 5. 

Te'wr, adv. corr. to wc, /or a 

while, 4. 2. 12, 5. 4. 16, 6. 

1. 5 ; before, ere this, up to 

this time, 7. 5. 13, 6. 29, 7. 

55. 
Tjj p.iv Trj (if, here there, 4. 8. 

'lO; r2f, Aere, 7. 2. 13. 
TijKtit, rr/w, TITT}KO. intr., rirr]y- 

P.O.I, to melt, make liquid, 4. 5. 

15. 

Tr/^ev/rT/r, see Tfyuey/rTjc- 
Tr]/j.poy=tr{]fipoy, to-day, 1. 9. 

25, 3. 1. 14, 4. 6. 8; ^ r. 

jjjufpa, 4. 6. 9, iAe present 

day. 

, adv. iAejz, a <Aa< 

ftme, 4. 1. 5, 4. 2. 3. 

, ovc or ov, o, Teres, a king 

of the Odrysi in Thrace, 7. 5. 

1, 2. 22. 
Trjpifiafoc, ov, o, Teribazus, a 

lieutenant-governor (vTrapxot,-) 

of Armenia, under Orontas 

the satrap, 3. 5. 17, 4. 4. 4, 17, 

21, 7. 8. 25. 
Tinpa, ae, //, a turban, a tiara, 

the Persian head-dress, worn 



139 

upright, oodi'i, by the king, 2. 
5. 23, also called K&do<c and 

and Kvppaaiu. 
'? */C, E'C (rtopa, eloe), 
shaped like a tiara, 5. 4. 13. 
fi(ipr)i>oi, wr, ot, i^e Tibareni, a 
people in Pontus, 5. 5. 2, 7. 
8.25. 

c, jroc, o, also Tt'yptc, t^oe, 
the Tigris, a river in Asia, 1. 
7. 15, 4. 4. 3. 

Tt'07jui, dyad), rldfiKO., Tfdfifiai, 
2 aor. 0j', to put, set, place, 
florae, 1. 5. 13; 7. 3. 22; 
dyJJro, instituted a contest, 1. 

2. 10. Mid. 7. 3. 23, ra oirXa 
rlOfoOai, to put up their arms, 
Kara ^wpay, in their accus- 
tomed place, 1. 5. 17; to 
ground arms, 1. 10. 16 ; to 
halt under arms, 4. 2. 16, 3. 
17,5.2.8, 1.5.14,1.6.4,6. 

3. 3 ; Etc TO.IV, to station 
themselves under arms in the 
order, &c., 2.2.21,5.4. 11; 
iv rdfrt, 2. 2. 8, 7. 1. 22; 
aiT/a ra o;rXa, halted under 
arms opposite them, 4. 3. 26. 

Ti/jatjtttit', ttivof, 6, Timasion, a 
Dardanian, 3. 1. 47, 2. 37, 5. 
9. 32, 5. 6. 19, 6. 1. 14, 3. 
28, 7. 3. 46, 5. 10. 

Ttyuaw, 7/ffw, rErJjuJjKd, ijjucu 
(TI/JLH), to honour, 1. 8. 29 ; 
rov a^tov, 7. 3. 10 ; roue 
dyaflove, 1. 9. 14 ; tcai /te ro 
rf aXXa rt/urjff cat t'SwKe, ^of^ 
in other respects did he honour 
me, and in particular he gave 
me, 1.3.3,5.5. 14,7.3.28; 
8ui<xc, 1. 9. 14, 7. 3. 19. 
'/, jjie, >; (rt'w), honour, 7. 3. 
28 ; y/y^rat, 5. 9. 20 ; 
tytpf.iv TIV'I, 2. 1. 17 ; iv 
that, 2. 5. 38 ; price, 7. 5. 1, 
8.6. 



140 



Totocr<$ 



Tt/ti7<rt'0oe, ov, 6 (ripi'i, 0oe), 
Timesitheus, 5. 4. 2, 4. 

TY/uoe, , ov (rt/t?j), valuable, 
1. 2. 27. 

TlfJUaptU, TJOUtl, &C. (TtfJlfl, f't/pw, 

fo Zz/if ara equivalent; rt/twpdf, 
a/* avenger, helper), to avenge, 
punish, rtva, 1. 9. 13, 2. 5. 
27, 6. 29; Mid. to average 
oneself on, take vengeance on, 
punish, 7. 6. 7, 7. 17; rtvd 
rtj/oe, 7. 1. 25, 4. 23. 

TifjLuipia, ae, / (rt/iwpoe), punish- 
ment, rap, eKeivov, 2. 6. 14. 

Ttpt/3aoe, see TrjpifiaoQ. 

Tie, rte, n, g. rtvoe, &c., Indef. 
pron. one, a certain one, 3. 4. 
23 ; xaA*co'e rt c> something like 
brass ; pt\a.via TIC, a &mc? q/" 
blackness, 1. 8. 8 ; a\\nv nva 
a.T\tay, some other privilege, 

3. 3. 18 ; Trpay/zd n, some- 
thing ado, 4. 1. 17 ; rotoi/rde 
rc, somewhat as follows, 5. 8. 
7 ; Trotdf rtr, wAaf sor o/, 7. 
6. 24 ; oTroIoc nc, 2. 2. 2, 3. 
1. 13, 5. 5. 15 ; TToiroe "c, 2. 
4. 21, 6. 3. 20, how large a 
kind of; o'Xt'yoi Tiviq, some 
few, 4. 1. 10, 5. 1. 6 ; ol per 

rtrce,- some; ol 8e ru'c, 2. 3. 
15, 3. 3. 19, 4. 3. 33, 5. 7. 
16 ; ra /nfV rt, sometimes a 
little, 4. 1. 14; et ne, some 5. 
3. 3; ti TIC rt, if anyone, 1. 9. 
18,3.2.32,4.1.14,5.7.10; 
et TTOU rt, 4. 5. 8; *i rt irov, 6. 1. 
15; rtcwith pi. folio wing, 1.4. 8, 
5. 1, 9. 16, 5. 5. 14, &c.; TI con- 
nected with a pi., 5. 1. 16 ; ft 
rtc dvraiTO, 4. 5. 17, for 

Elc, 3. 4. 40, 7. 6. 25, for 
ct 2. 3. 23, 4. 1. 25, &c., 
rtvc, some, 3. 3. 18, 4. 6. 19, 
. 5* 1. 8, 7. 4. 8; rt', some 
place, 1. 10. 16, 2. 4. 4; apart, 



r>/c ^dXayyoc, 1. 8, 18 ; ^ia- 
<t>lpiv TI, in some respect, 3. 1. 
37 ; ouSfV rt, not at all, 7. 3. 
35 ; fj.a\\6t' TI, somewhat more, 

4. 8. 26; faov rt, 5. 8. 11. 
Tt'e, rtc, TI, Interrog. who, what ; 

tT rtVa yv<ap.T]v t\(.ie, 2. 2. 

10, 4. 8. 5, 3. 3. 18, 1. 10. 14, 

2. 5. 15 ; a^Yiyr\aai TI GDI 
cnreKpivufiriv, 7. 2. 26, 7. 25, 
1. 7. 8, 2. 1. 10; jfcwrwv 
7-tVee "', 4. 5. 9, 2. 3. 4, 3. 

5. 14, 4. 4. 5, 7. 4, 6, 6. 1. 23 ; 
rt, what, why, 2. 4. 3, 19, 5. 
22, 3. 4. 39, 6. 1. 25 ; ri yap, 
5. 7. 10, 7. 2. 28 ; ri olv, 1. 

4. 14 ; IK rtVoc, wherefore, 5. 
8.4. 

Tt<7(7a^pv?)c, eoe contr. ot/e, o, 
Tissaphernes, satrap of Ionia 
and Caria, 1.1. 2, 3, &c., 2. 

5. 15, 31, 3. 4. 13, 7. 6. 1, 
8.24. 

Ttrpoxrucw, rpwffw, rTpo)|uat, 1. 
aor. pass, frpwfl^i', to wound, 
1. 8. 26, 2. 2. 14, 5. 33. 

w^, wr, gen. oroc 
(r\aw), wretched, unfortunate, 

3. 1. 29. 

Tot, encl. particle, strictly old 
dat. for T-W, therefore, in truth, 
verily, assuredly, 3. 1. 18, 6. 4. 
34, 5. 24, 3. 1. 37. 

Totyapouv (rot, yap, ovv), where- 
fore, 1. 9. 9, 15, 18, 2. 6. 20- 

ToiVvj/ (rot', vvv), therefore, then, 
5. 1. 2, 2. 1. 22, 3. 5, 5. 41, 
5. 1. 13, 6. 4. 28, 7. 7. 49; 
vuv Toiwv, 3. 1. 39, 7. 2. 29, 
&c. ; /tfV Toit'w, 5. 1. 2, 7. 2. 
13, 3. 10, 5. 3, 10; pfj Toiwv 
lir\li, nay then not even, 7. 6. 
19. 



corr. of oloc, of such kind, 
such, 5. 4. 31. 



TOLOVTOS T pavl\l/at 



Totovroe, Toiavrrj, TOIOVTO, stronger 
than roToc or roidoxie, suc/J, 
Trpdyorot, 3. 2. 13; Kaipoc, 3. 
1. 44, 5. 8. 3 ; yrw/zi/, 7. 6. 
35 ; Trpayjuara, 2. 1. 16; dro- 
/u<a, 5. 7. 33 ; we ToiovTo), in 
that capacity, 3. 1. 30 ; swc/z 
a one, such a man, 6. 4. 28, 
7. 7. 47, 6. 4. 23, 3. 1. 30, 7. 
7. 23, 5. 7. 33 ; -. oMev, no 
such thing, 2. 5. 5 ; rovrwv 
TOLOVTWV bi'Twr, swcA being the 
case, 2. 5. 12 ; et rauYa roiavVu 
terra/, z/ ^/tese things are to be 
SO, 5. 7. 26 ; roiourwj' /^u / <e 
<f)t\iav virap%6i'r(ar, when we 
have such strong inducements 
to be friends, 2. 5. 24 ; iv 
roiovTif ruii Kii'cvvov, in such a 
situation of, 1. 7. 5 ; tr T ;-., 
at such a juncture, 5. 8. 20 ; 
etc ra r., for such services as 
these, 4. 1. 28. 

Tdl^oc, ov, 6, the wail of a house, 
Lat. murus ; TU^OQ is a city 
wall, Lat. mosnia, 7. 8. 14. 



Xyitr;, r\aw), to rfare, 5. 4. 
34 ; Aave the heart or courage 
to, didaaKeiv, 3. 2. 32 ; a^i^tiv 
w\a, 4.4. 12,7.7.46,3. 2. 11, 
16. 

t^j/c, ov, 6, Tolmides, the 
herald, from Elis, 2. 2. 20, 3. 
1.48. 



aroc, r roov, ioi 
which is shot, an arrow, 3. 4. 
17, 4. 3. 6, 2. 28 ; I0e>ero, 5. 
2. 14; t'trrcira/, 1. 8. 19, 3. 
4. 4 ; f\Mf)i, 4. 2. 28 ; rov- 
^taert Karirpuffav, 4. 1. 10 ; 

ITTlf^fTO VTTO r., 7. 8. 18. 

Toft/w, evrrw, &c. (rd^ov), fo 
5/^oof wzV/i a bow, 3. 4. 17 ; 
r'<i, 4. 2. 12, Pass., 1. 8. 20, 
4. 1. 18. 



141 



7/e, | rov, sc. 7-f'x' ?, 

archery, 1. 9. 5. 
Tdfov, ov, 70 (rvy^avw?), 3. 4. 

17, 4. 4. 16. 
Too7-?je, ov, 6 (rdov), a bowman, 

3. 3. 6, 4. 2, 5. 4. 22. 
Tdrroc, ov, 6, a place, 1. 5. 1, 4. 

4. 4, &c., Eng. ^opz'cs, topaz, 
&c. 

ToffdffSs, Toairft, TOffovfie, so great, 

so many, 6. 3. 19. 
TWovroc, av'r?j, ovro, SO great, 

4. 1. 20; Trora/idc, 3. 5. 7; 
followed by w<rre and we, 
roo-ouroi' &arf, such a distance 
that, 3. 4. 37, 4. 6. 13; r. 

so much that, 1.8. 13; r. O 
so far that, 3. 1. 45 ; on, 5. 
8. 8 ; ToaovTy, with Comp. 1. 

5. 9; so Tttflny in number, 2. 1. 

16, 3. 1. 36, 7. 1.21, 7.25; 
TOffavrn dm, 2. 1. 9; sing. 
thus much, 1. 3. 14. 

Tore, then, but rort, now and 
then, 1. 1. 6, 7. 18, 1. 3. 2 ; 
/i.-j/(0u ciptirroe nDv roYe, <Ae 
oes q/' ?/e heralds of that 
time, 2. 2. 20; rdrt 5e, 4. 1. 

17, 3. 4. 21 ; ore KOI r<>rf, 3. 
2. 13 ; Tort 3;, eym then, 2. 
4. 22, 4. 1. 10; tntiTort, 4. 
2. 4 ; Tort. yueV rort fle, < owe 

at another, 5. 9. 9. 

roi', 5. 
7.8. 

v, 1. 4. 15. 
', 3. 3. JO. 

Tpayjjaa, aroc, rd (rfjwyw, ?o 
eat}, sweetmeats, 2. 3. 15, 5. 3. 
9. 

TpaXXfic, ew, al, Tralles, a town 
in Lydia, 1. 4. 8. 

, ol, the Tranipsa,7. 
2.32, a tribe in Thrace, in some 
editions Opavtipai, probably the 
NU//UIOI of Herod., 4. 43. 



142 



T pa 



T pLTOf 



a, r}Q, i] (ri-pa. or Tt 
pC, Trt'^a, a foot), a table, 7. 
2. 33, 3. 22, 23. 
aTTt^t/Sc, oui'Toc, o and ^ (rpa- 
7rta), Trapezus, Trebisond, a 
town in Pontus on the Black 
Sea; Inh., TpairefavvTioi, 4. 8. 
22, 23. 

aroc, rd (rtrpwoxw), a 
wound, 4. 6. 10. 



neck, 1. 5. 8, 7. 4. 9. 
Tpa)(uc, ta, v, rough, 4. 6. 12, 

3. 6, 2. 6. 9. 
Tpte, '7 ) c> 'T 3 ' * three, 6. 4. 36, 

1. 5. 5. 
TpETTw, rptv^/w, re'rpo^a, rirpappeu, 

1 aor. pass. erpf'^ft/jv, 2 aor. 

7-pa7rijv, to frn, 1. 8. 24, 3. 

I. 41, 5. 4. 23, 3. 5. 13, 15, 
7. 1. 18, 4. 8. 19, 5. 4. 24 ; 
Trpoc Ttrn, 4. 5. 30 ; iiri rtva, 
5. 9. 19; tirt paflv/utW, 2. 6. 
5 ; to /?w to </*e roM^, 5. 4. 16, 
9. 13, 6. 1. 5, 3. 26 ; 1 aor. 
tTpe^afjiriv, to turn an enemy 
away from oneself, put to 
flight, but 2 aor. ErpaTro/ji/v, to 
turn oneself away from an 
enemy, to flee. 

Tplfyii), 0p(\l/<i), reVpoia, ridpa.fjLfia.1, 

1 aor. pass. IQpeQdriv, 2 aor. 

lTpa(]>T)i>, to nourish, support, 

feed, 1. 1. 9, 10, 5. 1. 12, 7. 

3. 13 ; ix TWV Kwpu>f, 7. 4. 11 ; 

\iAw, 4. 5. 25 ; ai-tf, 6. 3. 

20 ; Kapvoic, 5. 4. 32. 
Tpe'x^, Optiui or ^pa^nvpai, 

fe^paprjKu, ^pd^iijpat, 2 aor. 

tpa/uoi>, to rzm, 4. 8. 26, 7. 3. 

45, 4. 5. 18, 1. 5. 8. 
Tpe'w (rp<rw), 1 aor. erpetra, to 

tremble, with ace. to shrink 

from, apKTor, 1. 9. 6. 
Tptckoira, num. thirty, 1. 2. 9, 

II. &c. 



Tpiacoi'ropoc, ou, fj, SC. 
(rptdcovra), a war sfojo 
<AzVfy banks of oars, 5. 1. 16, 
7. 2. 8. 

TpiaKOffiot, at, a, fAree hundred, 
3. 4. 43. 

Tptj3fi, rjc, ij (rpt/3w), exercise, 
practice, 5. 6. 15. 

SC. I'auc (rpt7c, 
apa), a sAzp wzYA three banks 
of oars, a trireme, 1. 4. 7, 8, 
5. 1. 4, 9. 16, 10. 14, &c. 
ijjpirrjc, ou, o, one who goes in a 
trireme, a sailor or marine, 6. 4. 
7. 

we, v, g. toe (rptlc, 
c), ZAree cubits, about 4^ 
feet, 4. 2. 28. 

TptTrXao-toe, a, ov, three times as 
much, 7.4.21. 

Tpt7r\0poc, oc, ov, iAree plethra 
broad, or 300 Grk. ft., 303 
Eng. ft., 5. 6. 9. 

TP/TTOUC, oi/e, oi/y, g. oSoc (rpeTc, 
TTOUC), having three feet, rpa- 
7T^a, 7. 3. 21 ; a contradictio 
in adjecto, BO II. 6. 93, 115; 
a hecatomb of 12 oxen, roto-t 
0Ke\(Ti %eipoi'6pT]O'f, he ma- 
noeuvred with his leys, Her. 6. 
129 ; dilapidated books, a 
green blackberry, &c. &c. 

TptY, three times, thrice, 6. 2. 16, 
19. 

Tpi<ra(T/zf 'oc,better rptg aa^ivoQ, 
very glad, 3. 2. 24. 

t'deica, thirteen, 1. 5. 5. 

, at, a, ifo'rfy thousand, 
7.8.26. 

Tpto-xt'Xtot, at, a, <Aree thousand, 
1.6.4. 

Tptraloc, a, or, on < 
5. 3. 2. 

Tp/roc, T;, oj', fAz'ni, ro r., 
'?ne, 1. 6. 8 ; 

, 4. 8. 21 : tn-t 



143 



rpt'rw, on the third signal, 2. 2. 

4. 
j?, adv., or rptx; or rpt'xa, 

in three parts or divisions, 4. 

8.15,5.10.16. 
Tpt'x*''oe, 17, ov (0p), /row or 

of hair, 4. 8. 3. 
Tpt^ou'iKoc, oc, OP, consisting of 

three chcenices=7. 3. 23. 
Tpoac, doe, >;, or Tpwae, ^e 

Troad, the district round Tpot'a 

in Mysia, so called from Tpwe, 

the king of Troy, 5. 6. 24, 7. 8. 

7 ; Tpo/a, sc. yji, is also the 

Troad for Tpoae, 7. 8. 7. 
TpoTratoj'jOv, rd (rptVw), a trophy, 

3. 2. 13; ori'itTaoOai, 4. 6. 27, 

6.3.32,7.6.36. 
TpoTT/fj rjie, 7; (rpeVw), a row?, a 

de/eaf, 1.8.25,4.8.21. 
TpoTroe, ov, 6(rp7rw),(but rpoiroQ, 

a thong), manner, 2. 5. 20 ; 

rw awrw rpdrrw, 4. 2. 13 ; ov?J't 

r. m no way, 3. 4. 8 ; rov^t TOV 

TpoTror, in this way, 1. 1. 9, 6. 

1. 1 ; Kara iravTa. r., by all 
means, 6. 4. 30 ; so itc iravTOQ 
Tpoirov, 3. 1. 43, 7. 4. 17 ; dis- 
position, character, 7. 4. 8, 1. 

2. 11, 2. 6. 8, so in pi. Tponui, 
Lat. mores, 1. 9. 22. 

Tpofo'i, ^c, / (rp0w), nourish- 
ment, food, 1. 1. 9 ; t'xffj 7. 

3. 8; Xa^u/3a>'(', 5. 6. 32, 
syn 



quicldy, 7. 3. 46. 

, J/(TW, &C. 

Sore, pierce, TO. aira 

/u'oc, 3. 1. 31. 
TpwKTo'e, >'/, di/ (rpwyw), eatable, 

ra r., fruit for dessert, 5. 3. 

12. 
Tpwroe, /, d*' (rtrp&>T:w), ww/- 

nerable, liable to wounds. 3. 1. 

23. 



2 aor. iVux"'', (1) to hit, 

3. 2. 19 ; (2) to ,/zne?, OTTO/WV 
j/^wy kV^xo^, w/m^ serf q/* 
persons they found us to be, 5. 
5. 15 ; (3) to obtain, 3. 1. 28, 
5. 9. 26; Tipijs, 7. 1. 30. 6. 

4. 16; meet, 2. 6. 29, 3. 2. 7; 
raurci <rov,thisfromyou,6A.3'2 ; 
Trai'rwv iicaivov, praise from 
all, 5. 7. 33, 1.4. 15; (4) with a 
Part, to happen, \iywv, 3. 2. 
10, 1. 1. 2, 2. 1. 7, 2. 20, 4. 
2. 8, 5. 7. 25, 9. 2, 6. 3. 22 ; 
TirayfjLivoQ, 1. 9. 31 ; lim/Kwe, 

1. 5. 8 ; 0i/d^j/oe, 2. 1. 9, 1. 
10. 3,2.3.2, 5.3.8,7. 1.2; 
with Part, to be supplied, we 
irvyxavor tKaaroi r)v\iovTO, 

2. 2. 17,5.4.34; (5)rv X d>', 
ace. neut. of 2 aor. used absol. 
perhaps, 5. 9. 20, like i&v 
liov, &c. 

Tupialof, ou, ro, Tyriceum, o, 
town in Lycaonia, 1. 2. 14. 

Tupdc, oi), 6, cheese, 2. 4. 28. 

Tvpaig, twc, //, a tower, Lat. 
form, 7. 2. 21, 8. 12, 13, 

5. 2. 5, 4. 4. 2 ; Gen. rvWtoe, 
7. 8. 12. 

T^X^ ^e, / (n/yxavw), fortune, 

2. 2. 13, 5. 2. 25. 
Tw, dat. of art. 6, /, rd, but rw, 
'2. 5. 14, Att. for rivi. 



(i!/3ptc), to ac insolently, 5. 8. 
1, 3, 22 ; aTrc6fi]irKif u/3pi- 
^o/ufVouc, to e?z'e aw ignomini- 
ous death, 3. 1. 13, 29 ; c~i'a 
Tira v., 6. 2. 2, to m/?'c< 
wanton injuries. 
Y/3p<c, we, // (vTrt'p), (as Lat. sn- 



144 'Y/3/oterro! 

. perbus, super, Eng. up, uppish), 
insolence, 3. 1. 21 ; ou^ u/3pe, 
not wantonly, 5. 5. 16, 8. 19 ; 
viciousness, 5. 8. 3. 

'Y/3ptoroc, r/, ov (u/3pic), Comp. 
vflpiffTorepot;, TOTU.TOQ, insolent, 
5. 8. 3, 22. 

'YytatVw, uytaj'w, 1 aor. iy/ava, 
Ion. r]va (uy/c), to 6e m, or 
recover health, 4. 5. 18. 

'YypoYfjf', rijroc, fj (uypcic), sup- 
pleness, 5. 8. 15, 



carry water, 4. 5. 9. 
'Y(5popopoc, ou, 6 and r/ (u?wp, 

d>s'pw), a water-carrier, 4. 5. 10. 
"Y^aip, {J<5arof, ro (uw), water, 4. 

3. 21, ^c>u, 6. 2. 4; e oupaj'ou, 

ram, 4. 2. 2. 
Y<3ouo, ov, 6 (w<oc), a son's son, 

a grandson, 5. 6. 37. 
Ytoc, ou, 6 (Ow, Fum=<(>v(it,Jilius}, 

a son, 4. 6. 3, 5. 8. 18. 
*YAi;, r)Q, >;, a wood, a forest 

(silva = v\Fa), 5. 2. 31 (uAo' 

is CM< wood), 1. 5. 1, 3. 5. 

10. 

, o*', poss. fr. vjuftc, 
, yours, 5. 5. 19=yowr 

dependants, /cat ra /ue*' ^1} 

vp.crepa TOLCLVTO., and such 

then is the state of your a/airs ; 

so ra jua, 7. 6. 3.3. 



or go slowly Gn,3.4:. 8, 4. 2.16; 
Mid. suggest, raura, threw out 
these hints, 2. 1. 18; to lead 
on, induce, 2. 4. 3 ; p.fvtn\ 

'YwaiOpioQ, oc, ov, and a, o'(u7ro, 
aldijp), in the open air, 5. 5. 
21, 7. 6. 24. 

'Yn-a/rtoe, oc, ov (I/TTO, airt'a), 
under accusation, guilty, JJ.TI n 
irpof rr\q TrdXewf oi virairiov 
eir), lest there should be any 
ground of accusation against 



him on the part of his country, 

3. 1. 5. 

TTOKOUW, aKovvopat, &c., to lis- 
ten, 7. 3. 7 ; hear, KUL\OVVTW, 

4. 1. 9. 

Trajraw, >/ffw, &c., to come or 
go to meet, 4. 3. 34. 



6. 3. 27. 

rup^w, ap^co, &c., to begin, tv 
Trmtiv, 2. 3. 23, 5.5.9; to Z>e, 

7. 1. 27, 28, 5. 1. 10, 2. 2. 
11, 7. 7. 32; to Ze ore one's 
side, Tivi, 1. 1. 4; LK rwv 
virapyovTwv, according to one's 
means, 6. 2. 9. 

TOp^oe, ov, o (UTTO, ap^w), C07W- 

manding under another, a 
lieutenant-governor, 1. 2. 20, 

8. 5, 4. 4. 4. 

rttff7n<7r//c, ou, 6, a shield- 
bearer, 4. 2. 20. 
irttKii), u>, to yield, TIVI, 7. 7. 
31. 

, to be under, 3. 4. 7. 

, &c., to ride 
under, into, or up to, 1. 8. 15. 
'P, prep. gov. gen. and ace. 

(1) With Gen. over, above, 3, 

4. 29, 4. 7. 4, 5. 4. 13. &c. ; 

(2) beyond, rou opouc, 1. 10. 
14; (3) for, in behalf of, fn 
defence of, u. TIVOQ irovEtv, 7. 
3. 31 ; pa X e<T6at, 1. 8. 27, 5. 
7. 10; ftonOHv, 3. 5. 6 ; r</*w- 
pslrrdai, 1. 3. 4; aTroflavet*', 

1. 9. 31, 7. 4. 9 ; (3ovXiviff8ai, 

5. 7. 12, &c. ; (4) in the name 
of one, 7. 7. 3, 21 ; (5) on 
account of, 1. 7. 3 ; about, in 
regard to, 5. 6. 27. 28. With 
Ace. over, above, virep rea- 
rrapaKovra tVij, 5. 3. 1 ; uvrep 

, 5. 10. 10. 

, to leap over, 7. 4. 
17. 



'Y7Tp/3a/j'w, fifjffofjtat, &c., to go 
or cross over, oprj, 7. 3. 43, 8. 
7 ; ?c TroXii', 7. 1. 17. 

'Y;rp/3aXXw, /3aXJ>, &c., /O (70 
over, 4. 6. 10; opoc, 4. 4. 20, 
6. 8 ; acpoi', 4. 5. 1 ; Kara 
\6<j)ove rivar, 6. 3. 7 ; Trpoc 
rira, 7. 5. 1 ; TO u. row arpa- 
Tf.vp.aToc, Me />ar of the army 
that gained the height, 4. 1. 
7. 

'Yrrfp/3oX>7, ^c, ^ (u7Tp/3aXXw), 
crossing, 1. 2. 25; Me />ass, 

4. 1. 21, 6. 6 ; opouc, 4. 4. 18, 
6. 24 ; opcuv, 3. 5. 18, 4. 6. 

5, 1. 2. 25 ; virtp(3o\al row 
c, 4. 6. 7. 

froc, oc, ov, above on the 
right hand, 3. 4. 37 ; ra {/., 
Me heights on the right hand, 
5. 7. 31. 

irtpEp-Xpfiai, e\EV(TOpai, &C., <0 

170 over, pass over, rac Trijyar, 

4. 4. 3. 

TTEP^W, it,w, &c., to Se above 
(roD wcaroc), 3. 5. 7 ; vtrepl- 
^ouo-a 7Trpa, impending, 4. 7. 4. 
-epOtv, adv. above, 1. 4. 4. 
irEpk-atitjuai, to sit above, take 
their station above, SI/JH>, 5. 1. 
9 ; fVt rwi' aKptav, 5. 2. 1. 
opioc, oc> ov, and a, oy 
p, opoc 1 , over Me boun- 
daries, // u. (j^wpa), Me foreign 
territory, opp. to iyoijfjuav, 
home, 7. 1. 27. 

Trepvii'/'Voe, oc, o*', exceeding 
high, 3. 5. 7. 

TTf'p^oyu at, Xfi>(TO//a(, &C., <0 ^0 

or co7?ze under, advance slowly, 

5. 2. 30. 

/rt^w, V(J>E(I) or vTroff^iiffui, 
rjpat, to undergo, 
, punishment, 5. 8. 18. 
oc, ov (UTTO, a/coww), 

giving ear, obedient, subject, 1. 



i*S 

6. 6,7.7.29; rt^oc, 5. 4.6, 
5. 5. 1. 

&C. (w; 

"ve, assist, 2. 5. 14; 
TI, 1. 9. 18, 7. 7. 46 ; 3>v lio- 
fiai, 3. 5. 8. 

Erjjc, ov, o (VTTO, ipiaata, to 
row), an assistant, a servant, 
1. 9. 27, 2. 1. 9; Epyou, a 
helper in a work, 1. 9. 18, 2. 
5. 14 ; SoDXoc is a slave, fr. 
lita, to bind, Lat. servus ; dr- 
cpdn-ocW is a slave taken in 
war (dv/7p, cnroSoaftai), Lat. 
mancipium ; Qfpairwv (Qfpui), 
one who serves from friendship, 
oiKfTrjc, for pay (olcoc), a do- 
mestic slave, Lat. famulus. 
TTTter^veofJiai, viroff^fiffOfiai, inrla- 
\r)/jiat (yiro, X W )> to promise, 
piffdoy, 7. 6. 5, 5. 6. 36 ; TroX- 
Xd, 1. 7. 5, with inf. fut. 7. 2. 
24, 5. 9; dTTu'ra., 7. 7. 14; 
autTTparevEaOai, 7. 7. 31 ; /ju- 
rijtrHai, 7. 6. 38 ; TrnvoarrOm, 

I. 2. 2; povXivyaffduL, 2. 3. 
20. 

, ov, o (WTO), sleep, 3. 1. 

II. Lat. somnus, sopor. 

TO, prep. gov. Gen. Dat. Ace., 
under : With Gen. fiaariytav, 
3.4. 25; d/id^c, 6. 2. 22,25; 
after pass. vbs. by, 6. 4. 22 ; 
and neut. vbs. Traff^f , 4. 3. 2, 

5. 5. 9 ; aTToOviJITKEtl', 5. 1. 

15, 7. 5. 13, &c. ; w. EXA^i / a>' 
(vK\iav X WI ' being honoured 
by the Greeks, 7. 6. 33 ; ai- 
Ttav t\eiv, 7. 6. 11, 15 ; VTTO 
->7C aiOpiac, in the open air, 4. 
4. 14 ; from, by reason of, rijc 
ala^vi'Tji;, 7.7. 11 ; ititvtitr, 5. 
8. 3, 2. 15, 4. 29. With Dat. 
under, v. rulg c/0potc ^piiruva, 
1. 8. 10; w. livfipu civat, 4. 7. 
10 ; uKfioiroXti, 1. 2. 8, 3. 4. 



146 



'\iro\eipLos 



24, 6. 4. 4 ; avry TTJ 

6. 4. 4 ; VKO TIVI yi 

7. 2. -2, 7. 32. With Ace. 
under, v. TO. Sevdpa a.irrjXOor, 
4. 7. 8; v. Tor X.o<j>ov a-^aag 
TO a-partvfid, 1. 10. 14 ; v. 
Toy 6<f>daXfjiov, 1. 8. 27 ; with 
vbs. of rest, 3. 4. 37, 7. 4. 5 ; 
v. TO opoc, 7. 4. 11, 8. 21. 

/e, /ff, C (WJTO, ciofjai), de- 
ficient ; Comp. v 
inferior, 1. 9. 5. 
iroctiKWfjii, <5/w, &C., 

secretly, gradually, 5. 7. 12. 



vw, \vffd), &c., to loosen, 
unbind, 4. 5. 13. 



to receive, 6. 3. 31 ; kindly, to 
welcome, ac tyiXor, 1. 6. 3. 
rb2cf| &nau), &c., to fo'nrf or 
foe under, vTroZtotfjtlvoi, with 
their shoes on, 4. 5. 14. 
7roifyua, aroe, TO (uTroStw), a 
sandal, 4. 5. 14. 



f/ie yo/je, prop, an adj. 
with KTijpa or Krijroe un- 
derstood, a beast of burden, 

1. 3.1,5.5; v>raf,2.2. 15; 
syn. axvo0opa, 3. 2. 36 ; am- 
TtBeaBut 7rt r v., 2. 2. 4, &c. 

nm-ara/SaiVw, ftijtrofjiai, &c., <o 
^o C/OMW by stealth, 7. 4. 11. 

TTOCpUTTT W, KpV\^lt>, &C., ^ 

under, conceal, 1. 9. 19. 

7ro\a^i/3ai'w, Xtj^opnt, &c., to 
to:/je under one's protection, 
roue <f>vyovTUG, 1.1. 7; f/^o- 
Xa^wi' flTTfi', interrupting him 
he said, 2. 1. 15,3. 1. 31, 6. 
3. 14. 

7To\t7rw, Xft'4/w, &c., to Zeavtf 
behind, Mid. to /</ behind, 1. 

2. 25, 4. 5. 15, 5. 8. 1C, 7. 2. 
6 ; row aroparoc, the front, the 
van, 5. 4. 22, 4. 3. 25. 
rroXd^ciyoc, ou, o, aft under- 
captain, a lieutenant, 5. 2. 13. 



so/Z), to become a little soft, 
grow cowardly, 2. 1. 14. 
rofilvd), fievui, &c., to stay be- 
hind, halt, 3. 4. 21, 4. 1. 1C, 
19, 3. 15, 5. 23 ; to remain, 4. 
4. 21, 6. 3. 25, 29 ; to wait for, 
Tiva, 4. 1. 21. 

fjLa, aroc, rd (VTTO, /Jt^r>'/- 
ffc<i>), a remembrance, memo- 
rial, 1. 6. 3. 

TOJrE/iTTW, 7TyU\//W, &C., to 56? 

secretly as a spy, 2. 4. 22 ; 
vb. i7rojr^7rroc, 3. 3. 4 ; al. 



/I'W, iriop.a.1, &C., to drink 
slowly, v;ro7r7r<i>ica>e irvy^ai'e, 
he happened to be rather tipsy, 
7. 3. 29. 

'YffOTrrfuw, tvffii) (UTTO, v^ofjiai, fr. 
opaw), Lat. suspicor, to suspect, 
TtXtvriiv TOV fliov, 1. 1. 1 ; 
icVcu, 1. 3. 1 ; fiaertXla a^('- 
ya, 2. 3. 13, 5. 28, 4. 2. 15, 
7. 8. 6 ; [4ii v\iipf.it; ilvai rat' 
Tatypovc, 2. 3. 13. 

'YTroorparfjyt'o;, /ffw, to 5e a 
lieutenant-general, TIVI, under 
some one, 5. G. 36. 

'Y7roorparjyoc,oi>, o, a lieutenant- 
general, 3. 1. 32. 

//w, &c., to fwm 
, rou/jTraXtJ', 6. 4. 38, 7. 

4. 18; to elude, 2. 1. 18. 
Y7Toipyc, Of, dv (un-d, Epyov), 

conducive, Hvai, contributed, 

5. 8. 15. 

w, &c., to s//o.' a 
t'tlfe, to break, if^lpa, 3. 2. 1, 
4. 2. 7 ; <"f, 4, 3. 9. 
o^ftco/tai, ffofjiui, to spare a 
little, 4. 1. 8. 

j ov,undertlie hand, 
subject, Tu-i, 3. 2. 3, 7. 6. 43. 



c, oc, ov (u7rf'x w )j under 
control, subject, TLV'I, 2. 5. 7. 

Y/ro^WjOai, >/<7w, &C., to (/O 

&ac, 1. 7. 17; ?ae way, 4. 
5. 20 ; i7'y<; ivay to, yield, Ki/p, 
1.4.18. 

'TTTO^IU, ac, / (I/TTO, o\l>o/j.ai, fr. 
opuw), suspicion, distrust, 2. 
5. 5; tort ni'i on, 1. 3. 21; 
Trapl^Etr, 2. 4. 10 ; wro^iai, 
2.5. 1,2. 

'Ypvcmoc, ou, 6, a Ifyrcanian. 

Hyrcania lay between Media 

and Persia and the Caspian 

Sea, 7. 8. 15. 

T Yc, voc, 6 and */, Lat. sus, a sow, 

5. 2. 3. 

Yorepatoc, a, oy (vortpoe, WTO), 
fo day a/tor, ii^fpa, 6. 2. 10 ; 
rjj vffTtpaia without //yuepo;, 2. 
2. 18, 3. 4. 37, &c.; on t/te 
following da?/. 

Yorepfw. //<TU> ({!<rrpoe), to come 
too /aie for, r>/c 
1/fj.tpac, ]. 7. 12. 



Za^e, jjrror av i><rrtpteii', there 
would be less coming late, less 
delay, 5. 9. 18. 

"Yirrepoe, a, >/ (UTTO), later, after, 
2. 2. 17, opp. to Trpwrot, 1. 5. 
14 ; vTrtfierov vorspot, stayed 
a little behind, 3. 4. 21 ; Adv. 
, afterwards, ypovu 
tit vtrrfpov, 1. 8. 8; rorc 
virrepoi'Ct, 1.3.2,3. 2. 13. 
tVwc, adv. fr. p. p. of v<^/- 
(, slackly, quietly, 7. 7. 16. 
jiat, iyiroyucu, &c., to Zearf 
, 4. 1. 7, 6. 3. 25. 
'Yfyiripi, jyffw, ttk'a, tipai, to send 
down, put under, concede, 3.5. 
5 ; Mid. put in one's power, 
Tivi, 6. 4. 31 ; yield, give in, 
3.1.17,2.3,5.4.26. 



:, to place under, un- 
dertake, TIIV apx/', 5. 9. 19, 
31 ; vTTOorae, having engaged 
to go, 4. 1. 26, 28; Intr. 
stand secretly, 4. 1. 14 ; with- 
stand, 7. 3. 44; TIV'I, 3. 2. 
11. 
| Y^opaw, i/TTO^/ujuni, &C., to SMS- 

pect, Tiva, 2. 4. 10. 

Yi^jjXoc, j;, oi> (v^oc), fo<7/i, "P'?? 

5. 6. 6 ; x^P"* 5. 4. 31 ; TO {/., 
<Ae height, 3. 4. 25; v^nXii 
a\\ffH(ii, 5. 9. 5. 

, TO (/" WTO), heigJit, 
(TO) v\},oc, in height, 3. 4. 7, 9, 
10, 6. 2. 3. 



*ayg7i', 2 aor. inf. of iyOiu, rt, 
4. 5. 8, 2. 3. 16 ; T&V ojptW, 
4. 8. 20. 

e, a, o' (0at>'w), bright, 
beaming with animation, 2. 6. 
11. 



1 aor. act. fyqra, 2 aor. pass. 
i<j>avt]i' (0aw, to shine) ; Act. 
to s/ioz0, Mid. appear, 4. 3. 
13, 3. 2. 9 ; Mid. vrDp, 7. 4. 
16; KUTTI'OC, 2. 2. 15, 18; 

c, 1. 5. 7 ; tx 1 '^ ! 6. 1 ; 
, 5. 7. 24, &c. With 
Part. fciii'tTai <f>ftoi'wv, 1. 9. 
19, 2. 5. 38, 5. 7. 5, 10, 33, 
9. 9; avp.ftov\evffag (poi'tD, 5. 
6. 4, 4. 5. 28. With Inf. 
<pai>'erai tlvai, 1. 9. 15, 2. 3. 
13, 5. 4. 29 ; ^atVerat wy, /<e 
manifestly is, but ^atVerai 
drat, /i<? seems to ie. 

, ayyoc, J/, a phalanx, .1. 
8. 17, 10. 10; 7rv/cr/,2. 3.3, 
&c. 



t 2 



148 



<J>aXI'oc, ov, 6, Phalimis, a Greek 
from Zacynthus, 2. 1. 7, 8. 

$arpoc, a, vv (^>uirw), manifest, 
visible, tK/3a<rt, 4. 2. 1 ; ococ, 
4. 1. 23, 2. 6. 19 ; ly'if, 1. 7. 
17 ; wrttXjj, 1. 9. 6 ; 7r*/3ouX//, 

2. 5. 1. With Part. 7r/3ov- 
Xxvwv '/^'t'' <f>ai'fpoQ core, Ac 25 
manifestly plotting against tis, 

3. 2. 20, 1. 9. 11, 2. 6. 23, 3. 
1. 36,2.24,4.3.24,33,7. 7. 
24 ; *e ro 0arc0dr, m a co?i- 
spicuous position, 7. 7. 22 ; tV 
rw <j>avtpu, openly, 1. 3. 21 ; 
adv. (j>avt()u>c, 1. 9. 19. 

$aprpa, ao, >/ (ye'pw), a quiver, 

4. 4. 16. 

4>npjua*;r', ov, TO, physic, medi- 

cine, 6. 2. 11. 
$up/uuK07ro<ri'ci, ac, j; ( tyappuKor, 

TTtrw), /*e drinki::: ''iking of 

physic, 4. 8. 21. 
$iifj)'a/3aof, ou, o, Pharnabazus, 

satrap of Phrygia and Bithy- 

nia, 6.4. 24, 7. 1.2. 

dc, ow, o, a Phasianian. 

The Phasiani lived on the 

Phasis, in Western Armenia, 

4. 6. 5. 

, ttioc and oe, 6, (1) the 

Phasis, a river in Colchis, 

hence pheasant, Phasiana 

avis ; (2) the Araxes, mis- 

taken by the Greeks for the 

Phasis, 4. 6. 4, 5. 6. 36, 7. 1. 
<S>u<TKi = <bn/ji, to say, 4. 4. 21, 

8. 4, 5'. 8. 1. 
<bttv\t>c, ij, at-, and or, ov, poor, 

worthless, trifling, 6. 4. 11, 

12. 



ep<a, oau> 
1 aor. act. ijjrcyn-a, 2 aor. i/rt y- 
*:oi', 1 fut. pass. ire^Oifoofiat 
and oloOiiaopui, 1 aor. 7}''f'\- 
6?jv or riifl-^tirjy, to bear, 
bring ; carry. TOVQ 



3. 4. 32; /iX^tra, 7. 1. 37; 
aytiv Kai tytptir, Lat. ferre et 
agere, to plunder completely. 
aye/i', to lead away live stock, 
q>ii>tir, to carry valuables, 5. 
5. 13, 2. 6. 5 ; fyrpsiv fiapiwi, 
to take it ill, be annoyed, or 
vexed, Lat. a>gre ferre, 2. 1.4; 
so \u\airaic, moleste ferre, 1. 

3. 3, 5. 7. 2 ; to receive, pia- 
6o>>, 1. 3. 21, 7. 6. 7; bring, 

, 7. 3. 31, 2. 1. 17; pay, 
c, qtopovf, 5. 5. 7, 10; 
produce, >/ yij Kpidnc, 6. 2. 
6 ; lead, of a road, 5. 2. 1 9, 
22, 5. 2. 23 ; so fiyeti-. Pass. 

2. 1. 6 ; to i-ush, roll,jty, ao- 
/^ara, 1. 8. 20; /3t'Xoc, 3. 3. 
16, 5. 2. 14 ; X/floi, 4. 2. 3, 
7. 6, 10, 12. Mid. ttup, 7. 

4. 3 ; TTV/JOVC, 6. 4. 1. 

v,ofiai or <j>v*ovpai, 
, -irt<j)vyf.iat, 2 aor. act. 
, to flee, 1. 10. 11, 3. 3. 
9, 5. 4. 18,' 7. 6. 36, &c. ; to be 
banished, diKoOir, 4. 8. 25; 
o't (f>fvyorrf, the exiles, 1. 1. 

7, 9. 9, 1. 3. 3, 7. 1. 33. 

/, fyi'imi), to say, 7. 7. 9 ; 
i>/;, 2. 3. 24, 7. 3. 9, 4. 1. 
20. &c.; tTTrc^ and e'07j both 
occur in 2. 5. 24, 5. 9. 31, 7. 

3. 24, 6. 41 ; also tXf i' 
fyri, 5. 1. 2, 7. 1. 13 ; cnro- 
Kpirtrai t<f>T), 4. 1. 20. With 
Inf., fyq 6>X-, 4. 8. 7, 2. 2. 

1, 1. 4. 14, 6. 7; and Norn, 
when the subj. of the Inf. is 
the same as the subj. of the 
pov. vb., 07 ovrof iinn, 7. 2. 

20, 4. 1. 24, 4. 4. 17, 5. 10. 
13, &c. With Ace. and Inf., 
ir()\\o\>c tiftrj fieXrtovc tlvat, 2. 

2. 1, 1.4. 12, 3. 2. 23, 1. 3. 

18 ; OVK i(t], he refused, 1. 3. 
7, 4. 5. 15, 1. 3. 1. 



O/Ao? 



149 



'ityQaKa, 1 aor. ifyOutra, 2 aor. 
etyOTjr ((jttidj <pQa.ir)v fytiiji'ai 
(pBat;), to get before, anticipate, 
4. 6. 1 1 ; (ftdaaai irpiv 7T0tr, 

2. 5. 5, 4. 1. 4, 21 ; /Wo- 
pivot; (jiOaircu irpwroQ = &arf. 
ft rat TrpJJroe, 3. 4. 20; rt in 
anything, 5. 9. 18; fyQana 
;ara\a/3bii', I was the first to 
seize, anticipated them in seiz- 
ing, 1. 3. 14, 5. 6. 9; QOavov- 

oiv ETTI rw avpw ytvup.f voi TOVQ 
iroXfpiovc, thef/ reach the 
height before the enemy, 3. 4. 
49 ; <j>0avi nvroi' iraptvofttvof 
ilfiepa yevoptVT), daylight over- 
takes him on the march, 5. 7. 
16. 



a, &c.), to ttffer a 
word, 6. 4. 28 ; to sound, 
Kepac, 7. 4. 19 ; (Ta\7rty, 4. 

2. 7,5. 2. 14, 6. 3. 27; to 
cry, of an eagle, 5. 9. 23 ; to 
shout, of men, 1. 8. 18. 

ftdeipti), (ftdepio, tfdapfa, t<t>dap- 
ftat, 1 aor. act. E<p6eipa, 2 aor. 
pass, itptiaprjv, to destroy, lay 
waste, -^uipaf, 4. 7. 20. 

QfOai'fti), &QovritT<t> t 1 aor. pass. 
ifdovqdiii>, to envy, Ttvi, 1. 9. 
19, 5. 7. 10. 

4>ta\r/, ijc, /, a cw/), hence Eng. 
phial, (j). upyvpai', 4. 7. 27, 7. 

3. 27. 



fjiai (0/\oe), to Zoye, Lat. 

amare, 1. 9. 28. 
4<\?/<rtoc, ou, o (0t\w), Phile- 

sius, an Achaean, 3. 1. 47, 5. 

3. 1, 6. 27, 7. 1. 32. 
4></\/a, ac, / (0i'Xoc), friendship, 

KopuXa, friendship for Cory- 

las, 5. 6. 11 ; 0. rj/ <7/7, _/br 

T/OM, 7. 7. 29 ; j/ irpoaOtr, 1. 



6. 3; ^mTrparreffOfu, 7.3. 16; 
, 1. 3. 5 ; see <, irpoc. 
oc, tj, di', friendly, 4. 1. 9; 
adv. 0tXtuwr, i a friendly 
way, 6. 4. 35. 

, a, or, friendly avdpu- 
iroi, 5. 7. 12 ; arpnrtvfjia, 6. 

1. 22; )wp/a, 5. 7. 13; TroXir, 
5. 7. 33 ; y7> 5. 1.1; x***. "? 

2. 3. 26, 5. 4. 2, 5. 1 ; pdUa* 

u/.tJ' TrapfZft TI)V )(a>()(iv, 2. 3. 
26 ; we 2ta ^iX/ac 7^c X'**! 005 
a7ro, and also oto r7e X'**' 
pac we 2a ^><Xt'ae ct7r, 1. 

3. 14, 4. 1. 8, 5. 4. 2 ; Tropt^- 
<r0ai die &a ((>t\iac, 2. 3. 27; 
5. 5. '3 ; E*' <fii\itf, 7. 3. 13; e/e 
rrfv <p., 6. 4. 38. 

og, ov (<^AW, tTTTroc), 
a lover of or fond of horses, 1. 
9.5. 

, of, or 

o/ hunting, of the chase, 
1. 9. 6. 

(<f)i\nc, k'fp^oc), 
greedy of gain, 1. 9. 16. 
, ot' ((f>i\oe, KIV- 
q/ 1 danger, ven- 
turesome, 2. 6/7, 1. 9. 6. 



9.5. 



), /ond o/ learning, 1. 



27. 



ac, ?/ (<>/Xoe V?:oe), 
o/ sin/e, rivalry, 4. 8. 



, ou, 6 (^>t'Xoc, e'i oe), 
Philoxenus, from Pellene in 
Achaia, 5. 2. 15. 
Xo7TO\tyuoi', oe, or (0<Xoe TTO'X- 
fioc),fond oficar, 2. 6. 1. 

, /, oi', a friend, friendly, 
yi-yviaft(u, 2. 1. 14; rev/, 4. 
4.4, 7.7.16; tlvai TIM, 2. 
1. 20, 7. 7. 18, &c.; TrtJXje, 1. 
4. 2; Kupw <f>i\aiTepoG, 1. 9. 
29; ^>/Xoe is usually pass, one 



150 



loved, amatus ; ^e'Xeoe, act. 
friendly to, arnans, and $tXt- 
K(>c,fit for friendship. . 

OV, O ((j)t'.\0, OOfy'lfi). 

a philosopher, 2. 1. 13. 

} ov, o (<f>i\oc, 
rjje), a friend of the 
soldiers, 7. 6. 4, 39. 
Xnr(/ueo/uat, I'lffopni, &c. (0t'Xnc, 
iuri}, to love honour, be jea- 
lous, on, 1. 4. 7. 



f}i'\ to be kindly 

disposed, 2. 5. 27, 4. 5. 29 ; 

to #re/, dXXr/Xovc, 4. 5. 34. 
4>Xi<7toe, o, ov, Phliasian, from 

Phlius, a town between Si- 

cyon and Argolis, 7. 8. 1. 
&\vnpiit>, >;<rw (fyXvapoQ, </>Xuw, to 

swell), to talk nonsense, 3. 1. 

26, 29. 
<i>Xvdp/a, rc, >/ ((6\uw), nonsense, 

pi. fooleries, 1. 3. 18. 
ftofiepfc, a, oi' (<i>o/3oe), causing 
, fear, dreadful, frightful, 5. 5. 

17; ti^Xoc, epvfjiia, 2. 5. 9; 

ri,5. 2. 23; vdjroc, 6. 3. 19; 

we (j)oft(pa>r(iroi' role noXtpioic, 

as .dreadful a thing as possible 
- for the enemy, 3. 4. 5 ; 0o/3e- 
. pot j)(Tai' py, they excited fear 

lest, 5. 7. 2. 
<&o/3f'o>, i/<7ui, &c. (0o/3oc), to 

frighten, rovg TroAtju/ovc, 4. 5. 

17 ; Mid. to &e afraid, fear, 

dread, irepi TroXtwc, 5. 5. 7 ; 

rifiMplar, 2. 6. 14 ; we ir- 

ecpav ovaai', 5. 2. 30 ; ro 

ff-puTVf*u pi] ffr/oarfvjjreu, 7. 

1. 2; ro u7r^6ai'f(T0at, 2. 6. 

19; 7TT0at, 1. 3. 17. 

<I>(/3oe, ov, o (^'/3o/jat), fear, o 
IK rwi' 'EXXj/j'wr e . TOUC |3iBp- 
fiapovg <b(>ftoc, the fear which 
the Greeks excited among the 
barbarians, I. 2. 18; ^>. a?ro 



rj, if some- 
thing to deter us should arise 
from the L., 7. 2. 37 ; rwv 

fiapfiapwv 0w/3oe iroXuc cat 
tiXXotc, o?zcZ ^//e resf of the bar- 
barians were much afraid, 1. 
2. 18 ; $o/?oe tar/ rti'i orpa- 
rtveir, 2. 4. 3 ; 0. Ktro'e* 2. 2. 
21; ^7riir- t 2. 2. 19; tW- 
Oei'ai, 7. 4. 1 ; vapl^uv riri 
TOV a-pa.Tfvnai, 3. 1. 18; 
Troiiiv, 1. 8. 18; Tr 
4. 1. 23. 



/Ki}, T;C, >/, Phoenicia, a dis- 
trict in Syria, 7. 8. 25. 

<boiviKtoc, a, oi> (<t>d~ii'i^, red, 
purple, 1. 2. 1C. 

QoiriKiariic, ov, o (^o7j'(), a 
wearer of purple, a nobleman 
of high rank. Zonaras makes 
it a dyer of purple, Larcher 
the bearer of the purple stan- 
dard, 1. 2. 21. 

3>oirtKovc, >7, ovv (0ot)'), purple, 
red, L2. 16. 

3>c/u't, I^oc-, o, i^e palm-tree, 
date-palm, 2. 3. 10 ; at />o- 
Xavot rwv ^., 2. 3. 15; otj'e 
\-, 1. 5. 10, 2. 3. 14; see 
y/k-^oXoe ; also a Phoenician, 
also purple. 

<J>oXoj7, TJC, /, Pholoe, a moun- 
tain between Arcadia and 
Elis. 5. 3. 10. 

$opw, ?'/<rw, &c. (<t>tpd>), to carry, 

wear, ^6Xa, 5. 2. 26 ; arpeTr- 

rV, 1. 8. 29 ; aXw7ra$ae ?rt 

ra7e c^)aXo7t, 7. 4. 4. 

op<>e, u, o (</>'pw), tribute-= 

Saff/jioc, 5. 5. 7.. 

prior, ov, TO (^opf'w), a burden, 

load, 5. 2. 21, 7. 1. 37. 



pat, to tell, say, 6. 4. 20 ; 
syn. i7Tf7j , 5. 1. 8 ; ^pa^ov- 



< p a. cr I a ? <!> V&KOS 



aiv a Xt'ytt, 2. 4. 18; 6oV, 4. 

5. 34; dlrov ii'tfa. i]v, 4. 5. 

29; on, 7. 8. 9; rm' r"i, 2. 3. 

3 ; roiq 'nrrrevffif vn 

avroV, 1. 6. 3. 
$pa<nac, ov, 6 (<paw), Phrasias, 

an Athenian, 6. 3. 11. 

ing dreg, -c>, a M-'eZZ, 4. 5. 

25. 
iw, ijffw, &c. (0pjr), to think 

of, oia t7, 2. 2. 5; /ic'ya, to 

fo zVt Az'gVi spirits, 3. 1. 27 ; 

fifl^ov, to /mye higher notions, 

5. 6. 8 ; TrXtW, to Aare supe- 

rior wisdom, 6. 1. 18. 
<bp6vr)pa, arof, rd (^pore'w), COtt- 

Jidence, 3. 1. 22 ; irarpiot', 

the spirit of our fathers, 3. 2. 

16. 

e, oc, ov (<f>porlw), pru- 

dent, sensible, 1. 10. 7, 2. 6. 

7, 2. 5. 16. 

i <ppot>-ia(i) or tw, TTE- 



to think, consider, OTTWC 

2. 6. 8 ; to #e anxious, 2. 3. 
25. 

&povpa, ac, r; (^P^j opcua), a 

guard, 1. 4. 15. 
3>poiipap'xoc, ov, o (i^povpn, op)(ai), 

fAe commander of a guard, 1. 

1. 6. 
typovplti), ijerw ((^poupci), to fceep 

watch, guard, 1. 4. 8, 5. 5. 

20. 
typovpior, ov, TO (^>poupa), a 

guard, 1. 4. 15. 
4>poupoc, oiJ, 6 ("7>o, opaw), a 

^wrtrrf, 7. 1. 20. 
fypvyavov, ov, TI'J (^>puyw, to 

roa^i), a dry stick, fagot, 4. 

3. 11. 

$puy/a, ac, //, Phrygia, a dis- 
trict in. Asia Minor, 5. 6. 24. 

$pvvi<TKoc, ov, ft, Phri/niscus, an 
Acbaan, 7. 2. 1, 29, 5. 10. 



&pu, $puyo'c, o, a Phrygian. 
<fruyac, ndoc, 6 (yevyw), a exile, 

1. 1. 9, &c. 

/ (^ewyw), /?'#/tf, 3. 2. 
17, 4. 2. 12 ; banishment, 7. 
7.57. 

, // (^uXaff/rai), watch, 
guard, supervision, if QvXaKrj 
t^iEiv, 4. 5. 29, 5.8. 1 ; <j>v\a- 
rac 0uXarrt', to keep watch, 

2. 6. 10 ; Ttoitiv, 5. 7. 31 ; 
iroitTorflat, 6. 1. 21 ; KaQiirra- 
vat, 4. 5. 21 ; the guard, 2. 
4.17, 23, 3. 1.40, 4.2. 14; 
a watch of the night the 
Greeks had three watches, the 
Romans four, Lat. excubice, 4. 

1. 5 ; a being on one's guard, 
Trpoc <f>i\ov, against friends, 
7. 6. 22 ; Lat. cautio. 

<bv\a, dcoc, o, o guard, 4. 2. 5, 
6, 5. 1. 9, 16, 6. 2. 27, 4. 4. 
19, 6. 3. 4 ; a body-guard, 1. 

2. 12. 

or 0uXarrw, a(t>, JTE- 
a, TT(f>v\ajp.ai, to guard', 
Mid. to e o?i one's guard, nva, 
4. 6. 1, 6. 1. 11; to act as 
guard, 1. 2. 22, 4. 5, 5. 4. 26 ; 
Tag aKpoTTU\ic, 1. 2. 1, 4. 4 ; 
dffftoXrji', 1. 2. 21, 4.1. 20,2. 
1 ; orparoTTE^or, 5. 2. 1 ; to 
ivatch, 4. 6. 11 ; to fcee/), ro7c 
Oeolc, 5. 3. 4; Mid. 2. 5. 37, 
6. 24, 4. 7. 8; ataroTc <pv\ai, 
6. 2. 27, 7. 2. 21 ; /zr) V7 
ETrtflaiJTat, 2. 4. 16, 2. 16; 
wort /Ji) \rj(p6iji'ai, 7. 3. 35; 
we ^^, 7. 6. 22 ; rt^a, against 
one, 1. 6. 9, 2. 4. 10, 5. 3 ; 
/3f'Xoc, 7. 3. 33 ; TreVpouc, 7. 7. 
54. 

W, &C. (^)v<Ta, a fo/- 

s), to 6to?o ?//?, 3. 5. 9. 
, ov, o, ^e Physcus, a 
river in Assyria, 2. 4. 25. 



152 



vii), fvffw, &c. (d>uro>', ^>vw), 
to p/anf, 5. 3. 12. ' 
<l>i'a>, 0v/7w, irltyvKa, to produce, 

1. 4. 10, pres. inipf. fut. and 
1 aor. are trans., but perf. 
pip. and 2 aor. t<j>vv are in- 
trans. 

towKaif, toe, >/, a woman of 
Phocaea, a town in Ionia ; the 
name of the woman in 1. 10. 

2, was Milto, so called from 
her red cheeks (/u'Aroc, red 
earth). 

&wt'T], ijc, r] (tyou), root of <f>nfJti), 

a sound, speech, 4. 8. 4. 
<I>wc, <j>u>TUQ, ro (0aw, to shine), a 
light, 3. 1. 12, 6. 1. 2; pwc, 
(JUSTUS, a man, fr. (puo, 
({MS, (j)i,)^6c, contr. for 
(pwa), a blister, <pwc, 
contr. for riaoc fr. ^>aw, to 
shine, root o 



X. 



pii), \aipi] ffta 
;;/uu and K\apf*at, 2 aor. 
pass, t^wpi?^, to rejoice, be 
glad, Imp. x a 'P > a * meeting, 
jHai'Z / Luke i. 28 ; Lat. J.ve 
Maria ; also at parting, T^are- 
t^eZZ, good-bye ; Lat. va/e ; TO 
fj.V SiappiTrTttv f'ia ^aipeiv, 
he bade the throwing about 
good-bye, gave it up, 7. 3. 
23 ; xa/'pur, with impunity 5. 
6. 32. 

, ti>v, ol, the Chaldeans, 
south of the Carduchi on the 
Tigris, 4. 3. 4, &c. 

w, ayai, 1 aor. )(aXe- 
pass. t^nXtTrai 0j>', to 
ie offended, to be angry, 1. 5. 
11, 4. 5. 16; efn, 1. 5. 14; 
rtj'i, with one, 1. 4. 12, 5. 8. 



20, 7. 6. 39; TW ' 
role ei/oij/utVoiCi ./or 

sazrf, 5. 5. 24 ; 



. 

a, thanks for these things 
on account of which you are 
angry with me, 7. 6. 32, 4. 6. 
2. 

XaXtTTo'c, j;, 6v, difficult, tropfla, 
5. 6. 10, 4. 5. 3 ; irpoaodoi, 5. 

2. 3 ; X"-P' ov i 4 - 8 ' 2 ' 5 - l ' 
17, 6. 3. 18; raura )( TC'|', 
3.4. 35; fx^poc, bitter, 1. 3. 
12 ; cvi'cc, vicious, 5. 8. 24 ; 
harsh, 2. 6. 9 ; ro ^- ro *' 
iri'(.vp.a-oc, the severity of the 
wind, 4. 5. 4, 2. 6. 11 ; ra 
Xa\nru)rara,the greatest hard- 
ships, 3. 1. 13; x- %"*pai- 
I'fii', 5. 6. 9; cnroKpiveffOat, 7. 
7.4; />'!', 6. 4. 13, 7. 4. 
14. Adv. xa^eTwc fyiptiv, to 
take it ill, be vexed, Lat. mo- 
leste ferre, 3. 4. 47 ; araxw- 
ptli', with difficulty, 3. 3. 13 ; 
tXft'=^pt', 6. 2. 16, 7. 5. 
16. 

w, affw (xaXlroc, a bridle, 
nw, to loosen), to bridle, 

3. 4. 35. 



a, ov 

o/" bronze or iro?z, TrtXrat, 5. 
2.29. 



XaX/coc, oi5, o (xaXaw, to loosen), 
iron or bronze, a mixture of 
copper and tin ; brass, a mix- 
ture of copper and zinc, was 
unknown to the ancients, 1. 
8.8. 



aroc, TO, a, copper 
vessel, 4. 1. 8. 

XaXoc, ov, o, the Chalus, a river 
in Syria, 1. 4. 9. 

/, iiftog, o, XaXv/?c, ol, the 
Chalybes, a people in Pontus, 



X ap a Sp a Xf wv 



153 



5. 5. 1, 4. 4. 18, 4. 7. 15, 7. 
8. 25. As a com. n. steel, 
Eng. chalybeate. 

Xapa)pa, ac, ^ (^aparrw, 
furrow}, a gully, a ravine, 3. 
4. 1, 5, 4. 2. 3, 5. 2. 3, 4. 

aroc, ro (x<*p, ^a- 
), a palisade, 5. 2. 26. 

Xapt'etc, rffa, v (^cptf), grace- 
ful, elegant, pleasing, ivOvpjj- 
pa, a clever contrivance, 3. 5. 
12. 

Xapto^iat, tffojunt and tov/jint, 
Kt\apw pal (x^P'c)) to oblige, 
gratify, favour, TIVI, 2. 3. 19, 
7. 6. 2 ; rw 0vju J, 7. 1. 25 ; 
Ttvi'n, 2. 1. 10, 5. 3. 6, 7. 7. 
10. 

Xaptc, trof, /, thanks, rote 6 tote, 
sc. t'orw, 3. 3. 14 ; x ( tv '^ ~ 
yai rtv/, 1. 4. 15, to y^eZ 
grateful to one, rti-og, for any- 
thing, 7. 6. 32 ; so also 'iyiiv 
Tivi, 2. 5. 14, 5. 9. 26 ; ano- 
ci$6i'at, to return a favour, 
yapiv tifftrai KO.I aTrocwaei, 1. 

4. 15. 

Xap/mvcij/, ;c, /, Charmande, a 

large town on the Euphrates, 

1. 5. 10. 
Xap^ti'oc, ov, 6, Charminus, a 

Spartan, 7. 6. 1. 
Xet^w)', oJroc, 6 (x ' w > ^ pour), 

winter, 7. 3. 13, 6. 9 ; cold, 

1. 7. 6, 5. 8. 3 ; lf\vfi> f , 5. 8. 
14; TTO\VC, 4. 1. 15; a storm, 

5. 8. 20. 

Xt/'p x 61 ?^? ^> ^ a *- ^ u - X e P"'' / > 
pi. xtpffi, a hand, 1. 8. 24 ; 
fegia, 1. 10. 1, 3. 1. 17, &c. ; 
etc X*^P a C tpxeoOcti, tivai, 1. 

2. 2G, 4. 7. 15 ; ^x^flat, 4. 
3.31. 



Cheirisophus, a Spartan gene- 
ral, 1. 4. 3, 2. 1. 5, &c. 



, /c, tc 

7rX7j/ji), hand-filling, as large 

as can be held in the hand, 

X/0oe, 3. 3. 17. 
XtipoiroiT)Toc, or, of (x l f ) > Toitu\ 

made by hand, artificial, oS6g, 

4. 3. 5. 
Xepc5w, utffdt, usually 



(x t 'p) ' subdue, 7. 3. 11. 

(x *p)> g en - X t ~ 
povoc, comp. of /cctKoe, worse, 
\tip6v iortv ai'TV, 7. 6. 4, 39, 
5. 2. 13. 

, ov, j/, or Xtpp. 
nrf, rijffof, an is- 
land), the Chersonese, in Xen. 
the Thracian, ^ Qpcftia or 



1. 1. 9, &c. 

)/, ijc, i; (xaw, x/)'w),a7joo/', 

?/;e ^z'er or breakwater, 7. 1. 

17. 
Xi;r, x 7 ?^? o and >/ (xa/rw), a 

goose, 1. 9. 26. 
X0c, an adv., yesterday, some- 

times txfo'e, 6. 2. 18. 
Xt'Xtot, at, a (x w )> a thousand, 

1. 2. 3, &c. 
XtXoc, ou, o (x' w ) fodder, grass, 

^poc, Aay, 4. 5. 33, 1. 5. 7, 

&c. 
XtXdw, W<TW (x^c) ^ ^ Mi ou * 

to pasture, 7. 2. 21. 
Xt^tatpa, at, /;, a she-goat, 3. 2. 

12. 
Xtoc, a, ov, Chian, from Chios, 

an island in the ^Egrean Sea. 
XtrwV, wvoc, r-, wnrfer gar- 

ment, coat, Lat. tunica, 5. 2. 

15 ; Trapt rote /ijjpote, 7. 4. 4, 

1. 5. 8. 
XtrwrtcTkoe, ov, 6, dim. of \ITWV, 

a short tunic, 5. 4. 13. 
oroc, / 

4. 4. 8, &o. 



154 



XXa/uvg, voc, /, a cloak, 7. 4. 4. 
Xolvt, IKOC, j;, a cAa?mar=(l'92) 

two pints or one quart, 1. 

5. 6. 
Xotpcio?, a, ov (xoipoe), swine's, 

cpca, 4. 5. 31. 
Xo7poe, ov, 6, a swine, hog, pig, 

7. 8. 5. 

XoptVU), fVfffc), KE^VpEVKCt, V/ZCU 

(X"poc), to dance, 4. 7. 16, 5. 

4. 17. 

Xopoc, ou, 6, a dance, a troop of 

dancers, 5. 4. 12. 
Xopror, ov, 6, fodder, provender, 

grass, 1. 5. 5 ; KOV^OC, hay, 1. 

5. 10. 

Xpao/iai, xpji/ero^uat, cf'^pr^iat, 1 
aor. pass. cxp7ffffy', to use, 
gov. dat., 1. 9. 17 ; xpiffpart, 
4. 4. 13; rt /3ovXtrai J/jut^ 
Xp7<r0at, in what service he 
wishes to employ us, 1. 3. 18, 
1. 9. 18, 4. 1. 22; to/ncZ, 4. 

6. 3, 2. 6. 13, 4.6. 13; av, 
to use one's services, 2. 6. 27; 
to rea, 5. 7. 5 ; <rot 0/Xw, as 
a friend, 7. 2. 25, 2. 6/25 ; 
OVK oin o,n av rt 



avrote, / (to nof know in what 
service one could employ them, 
3. 1. 40, 6. 4. 20. 
Xp//, -)(p>]ffi, e'xp7<TE, Imp. zY z's 
necessary, it behoves, 1. 3. 11, 
2. 1. 2, 16, 7. 5. 9, 6. 13; 
pifMUi 1. 4. 14. 
, to want, wish, 
ask, 3. 4. 41 ; with Inf. 1.3. 
20, 8. 22, 2. 5. 2, 4. 8. 5, 5. 
5. 2, 7. 17. 



m<7, that which may be used 
or exchanged, pi. property, TO. 
j(. k" rJiv cf/pwy avfijyov, 5. 
10. 8, 2. 4. 27, 5. 2. 4, 7. 8. 
11 ; cargoes, yavXiKwv, 5. 8. 
1 ; money, I. 2. 27, 4. 12, 5. 



6. 15, 6. 2. 8, 7. 1. 27 ; rJe 

Ht(rdo<popac, 5. 6. 35. 
ormaTiffTtKor, i], ov 
fitted for money-making, oiwv- 

6c, an omen portending gain, 

5.9.23. 
nijeri/jiog, oc, ov and r], or (xP<io- 

juat), useful, 1. 6. 1 ; TO&V- 

fiara, 3. 4. 17 ; Kpijrfc, 4. 2. 

28, 5. 6. 1, 2. 5. 23. 
pt<rtta, aroc, ro (xpt'w), oz'nf- 

ment, unguent, oil, trvetov, 

%'s Zard, 4. 4. 13, Eng. 

cArz'sm. 

l^piffpai and KE- 
, to anoint, 4. 4. 12 ; 

Xpioroe, Christ, the anointed, 
time, 7. 7. 47, 5. 

8. 1 ; TroXXov xporov, for a 

long time, 1. 9. 25 ; iifiiaei 

XPOVW, m ^(/^ ^e fzme, 1. 8. 

22 ; x- T LV(I I some time, 3. 4. 

36; rov Travra %p6ror, 7. 8. 

19, 3. 4. 12 ; xp^ 1 '^ CTV X > '^' a 

considerable time, 1. 8. 8. 
Xpv<Toc, a, ov, contr. xi 01 " 70 ^^ '"/ 

ovv (xpvaoc), golden, 1. 2. 27, 

5. 3. 12. 

(money),'l. 1. 9, 7. 8. 1. 
Xpv<TO7roXic, wc '/, Chrysopohs 

(golden city), a town in Bi- 

thynia on the Bosphorus, 7. 

1. 1. 
Xpvffoc, ov, 6 (perhaps -^ao/jai, 

cf. xjpi'ip.uTa), gold, 3. 1. 19. 

xaXlvoc), with gold-studded 
bridle, 1. 2. 27. 

Xwpa, oe, >/, a country, district, 
territory, land, 1. 7.4, 5. 6. 25, 
3.2. 23, 4. 8. 22, fec.; pi. 1.9, 
14; place, position, 1. 8. 17 ; Iv 
rj/c x- (>pp.ar, 3. 4. 33; v -cue 
X'*pa<C fcaoroi yt'ovro, 4. 8. 
15 ; Kara x- ojrtevai, to return 



to the same order as, &c., 6. 
2. 11; ritteffOai TCI oir\a, 1. 5. 
17 ; Ir ovfitfjitq. _%. drat, to 
Aave 720 place, be in no esteem, 
Lat. nullo loco haberi, 5. 7. 
28; t ^ arlpuTroSwv %> to pass, 
be regarded, as slaves, 5. 6. 13. 
Xoipc'cij, //(TW, Ke-^ujpriKa (^woa), to 
<?o, proceed, march, 2. 4. 10, 
4.7. 11, 1. 10. 13, 5. 4.26; 
ETTt rti'a, 4. 2. 15; ra rotv- 
/iara t'^wpfi <a r> rtmridwi', 
4. 2. 28; to contain, // ct 
KairiOr) %i>o 

1. 5. 6. 
Xwp/w, t<7o>, Att. w, 

(^wpt'e), to separate, set apart, 
with Inf. G. 3. 11; *.-)(wpi<T- 
pli'OL run', differed from, 5. 4. 
34. 

XwptW, ov, 70 (\w'pa), a place, 
4. 7. 6; (Twer, 4. 1. 16; 
oxypvv, 1. 2. 24 ; a post, fort, 
iiritiaXaTriov, 5. 5. 23 ; fpvp- 
vov, 5. 5. 2 ; ivxypov, 4. 7. 1 ; 
TfTfi-^iffpli'or, 7. 2. 36 ; iiri- 
fia^ov, 5. 4. 14 ; aXwai^iov, 5. 

2. 3, and applied to towns, 1. 
4. 6, 5. 4. 31, 1C, 23, 26, 27, 
30. 

Xwpt'c, adv. apart, T&V a\\wv, 1. 
4. 13, 6. 4. 2, 3. 5. 17. 

Xtopoc, ou, 6 (^aw, ^nr^ai'w), a 
place, enclosure, 5. 3. 11, 13, 
Kara rovg ^w'povc, up and 
down the country, 1. 2. 3. 



^'w ('^s'w, ^('((,;, totOltcJl), 
to blame, disparage, TIVU., 7. 
7. 43. 

""J'Aior, ou, ro (^tw), o bracelet, 
Lat. armilla, 1. 2. 27, 8. 29 ; 
?rept rate ytpaiv, 1. 5. 8. 



155 



ac, /euc, eve- 

?pa), a false, sham ambus- 
cade, Lat. insidice simulatce, 
5. 2. 28. 

i]i; j;c, e'c, /a/se, 2. 4. 24. 
vcw, \l/Evfn>), \l>tvapa.i, to de- 
ceive, Mid. to lie, report false- 
ly, deceive, e^evtrtiij TOVTO, 1. 
8. 11, 2. 2. 13, 3. 2. 81; 
Mid. pnlir,- 1. 9. 7 ; Trdr-a 
avrov, 1. 3. 10; 
, they played false as 
to the money, 5. 6. 35 ; irtpi 
avrov, to speak falsely concern- 
ing him, 2. 6. 28 ; Trtpi row 
pivQov, 7. 6. 15 ; Trpoc fKflrov 
\l/vaaadai, 1. 3. 5, to prove 
false to him, 



to reckon with pebbles ; Mid. 
to vote, resolve, determine on, 
ravra, 7. 6. 14, 3. 2. 33 ; tiff 
wyudc irpoaiiKtv airitrai, 7. 7. 
18; t'Trtffyaj, 1. 4.15,3. 2.31, 
5. 6. 11 ; ir\(.~iv uvTof, 5. 1. 4, 
5. 10. 12. 

c, ov, )/ (\jsau)}, a pebble for 
voting, 5. 8. 21 ; i//. iirfjKTa 
avrM 7TEp ^w-yfjfc, voie o/" 
banishment had been passed 
against him ; i//. tVa-ycii', to 
put to the vote, 7. 7. 57. 

c, ?'/, o^ (i/>i'w), Jare of vege- 
tation, x 6 V a > i- ^- ^5 &a?*e, 
without a helmet on, 1. 8. 6 ; 
ZzV/fafy an?jed, 3. 3. 7, 5. 2. 
16. 

, wrrw, tylXwfjiai (-^iXoc), 
to strip, clear, i^iXovro o Xc^oc 
nHJv tTTTrt'wr, 1. 10. 13. 
rrtttatj see HiT-rd/cj?. 

aw (4"><|>oc), to make 
a noise, ring, clash, 4. 3. 
29. 

tyoc, v, o, noz'se, 4. 2. 4. 
>/, /e, //, soul, 3. 1. 23, 2. 



156 



20 ; IK rj/c \^v)(flQ <f>i\oc, from 
the heart, 7. 7. 43. 

f, toe contr. cue, TO, 
pi. 3. 1. 23. 



' 1, sign of the voc. 

7 Iif, adv. (6'e, ofo), Aws, as fol- 

lows, 1. 5. 10, 5. 4. 12; 

JTTti' w"de, 2. 1. 18, 5. 1. 3, 7. 

2. 32; <^e T;rfi', 5. 6. 3; 

Xe'yet wde, 1. 5. 15, 3. 3. 1, 5. 

7. 4, 3. 1. 34, 27, 2. 1. 4, 4. 

6. 7,5. 1.2, 5, 7. 6. 10, &c; 

S& 7TWO, 1. 7. 9. 



w^ac ^Stiv, 4. 3. 27. 
i6o7r7roim/j/oG, see otiOTrotew, 5. 
3. 1. 

ilfo'oj, i/<rw or wrrw, j-'wra, twrr/uu, 
impf. lutiovi; 1 aor. ew<ra 
(w0w), #o pus/t, thrust, 5. 2. 
18, 3. 4. 48. 

'Qflioyzoe, ou, 6 (wflsw), a push- 
ing, justling, struggling, 5. 2. 
17. 

'ty/o/3oioe, oc, ov, or a, or, or 
utHofioivoc, T; o>> (ai^uoc, /3owc), 
o/ raw ox-hide, 4. 7. 22, 26, 
7. 3. 32. 

'ijut/c, ;, 6v, raw, w/aoi)c ?* /earo- 
<j>ayli>, we must eat them up 
raw, borrowed fr. II. 4. 35, 
wjuoc fteftpwdois Yiptafj.ov Ilpia- 
fioio re iraifiuf, 4. 8. 14, by 
Hyperbole for to destroy ut- 
terly, 2. 6. 12, harsh. 

Qjuoe, ov, o (oyudr, /uoi), together, 
Lat. huments), the shoulder, 6. 
3.25. 

'Qveofjiai, ?/<ro|uat, iwvr]fj.ai, 1 aor. 
iwvrjvafjiTji' (wt'oc, & price), to 
buy, 7. 2. 38 ; wvnvpivovQ iiv, 
1. 3. 13, 2. 3. 27, 5. 5. 14 ; 



yoipiov TTJ Qiu, 5. 3. 7 (ouc 
tor/v) orou wi'rjtTOfjieQa, 5. 

1. 6. 

, a, oy (wroe), fo belought, 
for sale, Lat. venalis, TCI w., 
commodities, market-wares, 1. 

2. 18. 

oe, ?/, 0/??'s, a town at the 
junction of the Physcus with 
the Tigris, 2. 4. 25. 
pa, ac, it, a season, a part of 
the year, 1. 4. 10, 2. 3. 13 ; 
cw hour, a part of the day, 4. 8. 
21 ; generally, time, &. \iytiv 
(earl), 1. 3. 12, 3. 2. 32, 4. 
40, 4. 6. 7; aTru'im, 3. 4. 34, 

4. 6. 16, 1. 3. 11 ; orrjji't'joa 
Kal (W'ooj rje wpae, whenever, 
then, it should seem to be time, 

3. 5. 18. 

c, a, ov (&pu), in thebloom 
of youth, 2. 6. 28. 
e (oc), for OVTWC, thus, in ovo' 
wr, no< even thus, 1. 8. 21, 3. 
2. 23, 6. 2. 22. 

e, as, Lat. ?<, with vbs. we 
ojuoXoyeirat, 1.9. 1 ; we av- 
roc < bpoXoyetc, 1. 6. 7, 10. 
18, 4. 5, 7 ; r^ Kpifftv wg 
iyivt.ro, the trial how it was, 
how the trial took place, was 
conducted, 1.6. 5 ; we tcvra- 
/ir/y, 5. 8. 25; we ar fivi'w/ietiy. 
aaiviararn, 3. 3. 3; we otov 
re, 2. 4. 24. With subst. and 
adj., we 0'\ioi', 1. 6. 3 ; we 
iroXepiove, 2. 5.3; we ^uAo;', 

I. 1. 2, 3. 3. 2 ; we XtvoD, 5. 

4. 13 ; we fjiiKpoc, 5. 3. 12. 
With Part., we yiyvuxjKwv, 5. 
6. 29, 4. 2. 5, 1. 4. 7, 1. 1. 

II, 1. 2. 1, &c. ; with ctv, we 
Hii'avraQ (iv, as likely to re- 
main, 7. 7. 30. With Fut. 
in order to, we pn-^ovpevoi, 7. 
8. 16, 1. 10; TroXefjitjffujy, 1. 1. 



11, 3, 2. 6. 2, 4. 3. 12, &c. 
With Gen. Abs. we tv eiTrdr- 
rog ttvTov, since he had spoken 
well, 5. 9. 30, 6. 3, 7. 1. 19 ; 
we TToXf/jou tiiToc, that there is 
tear, 2. 1. 21 ; we ixtfiovXfvoi 1 - 
TOC, as though he icere plotting, 
l.l.G; we i<pt\^o/j.ii'T)^ fvi'ayutwe, 
os a ybrce u'as <7oz'n<7 to follow, 
3. 4. 3, 1. 10. 6 ; we ^ye/iopoc 
ivo/jtrov, as there was to be a 
guide, 6. 2. 23. With Ace. 
Abs. that, we ov<?' Stop, 6. 2. 
22; <V/<7oi-, 5. 2. 12, 1. 3. 15. 
With Prep., we tic, ^u\iir, as if 
for battle, 1. 8. 1 ; xroXt/ioK, 

1. 9. 23 ; we TI -ovrovc, an if | 
against them, 1. 2. 1, 7. 1. 37; 
we liri irvp, as if for afire, 4. 

3. 11; pti^Mv if we t5T/, /oo 
</rea to be intended for, 1. 2. 
4 ; we Trpoe n)i' f.t;fluffiy, 4. 3. 

21,5. 9. 9. 

I. With numbers about, Lat. 
circiter, 1. 6. 1, 7. 16, 3. 3. 6, 
<Xrc.; we iiri TO TTO\V, for the 
most part, in general, 3. 1. 42, 
4.35. 

II. With Superl. Lat. qvam, 
ftf-ytoToc, as great as possible, 

2. 5. 14; fiatyaXiarara, 1. 3. 
11, 3. 2. 27; rnx'ff-a, 1. 3. 
14, G. 9, 5. 1. 4; faera, 4. 

6. 10 ; KftariffTa, 4. 6. 15. 
With the Pos. /toic, we /3ara, 

4. 1. 20 ; ativijwc, 3. 1. 40. 

III. Inasmuch as, since, 2. 
4. 17, 5. 8. 10, 9. 30, 32. 

IV. That, Lat. ace. and z'w/., 
At'yf"' we, 2. 1. 14, 4. 2.17, 6. 
2. 14; W7, 1. 3. 5, 4. 8; with 
opt. we llm, 2. 6. 10, 5. 6. 34, 

7. 7. 44, 1. 1. 3. 

V. In order that, Lat. ut, 
with Conj. after a Pres. 4. 6. 



15, 2. 4. 4, 3. 1. 35, &c.; 
we ut, 2. 4.17; with ar, 2. 

5. 16; after a historical tense, 

1. 9. 27; with Opt. 1. 3. 14, 
9. 21, 28, 5.7. 18, 7. 6. 16; 
<ie pi'i, 6. 3. 30, &c.; with Inf. 

we (TvvfXovTi tlirtir, 3. 1. 38. 

VI. With Inf. so as to, 1 . & 
15 ; we //, 1. 5. 10, 2. 3. 10, 

3. 5. 7, 4. 8. 29, 6. 13, 5. 

6. 12; fipcfxyrepa if we. ii- 
Ki-eiffOai, too short to reach, 3. 
3.7. 

VII. A Prep. Lat. ad, gov. 
ace. with a person only, 1. 2. 

4. 2. 3. 29, 6. 1. 

'laavTii>c (we, aurwt), strength- 
ened for we, in like manner, 
just so, 3. 2. 23, 4. 7. 13, 5. 
6. 9. 

(we, Trfp), as if, opyy, 1. 

5. 8, 2. 6. 12,7. 3. 10; t)v-w C 
wo-TTtp, so as,jvst as, 7. 2. 27; 
o^/o/we uiffirffi, just as if, 6. 3. 
31 ; wtnrep fiovv, just like, 4. 
5. 32, 7. 3. 10, 1. 4. 12, 1. 8. 
8, 10. 10; wdTTf/j 'ov, ,/wsi 
as zy we were at liberty, 3. 1. 
14; wffTrep c'/, os indeed, 3. 1. 
29, 7. 4. 17. 

(we, rt), so ^a, with Ind. 
almost=t4Viere/bre, 1. 3. 10, 
5. 5. 10 ; Fut. 5. 4. 20 ; 
Impf. 2. 3. 25, 4. 2, 6. 12, 3. 
5. 13, 4. 26, 48, &c. ; Aor. 4. 
5. 4, 5. 2. 15, 6. 27 ; with 
oi> and Pres. 1. 7. 7, 9. 28, 
3.1.40; Impf. 2. 6. 11 ; Aor. 

2. 2. 17, 3. 4. 37 ; with Opt. 
and uv, 5. 6. 20 ; with Inf. 1. 
4. 8, 6. 2, 7. 4. 12 ; with /*>/, 

3. 3. 14, 4. 21 ; &>>, 5. 9. 31 ; 
on condition that, 5. 6. 26. 
rftX/;, 7/e 5 / (oi/raw), a icound, 
1. 9. 6, a scar, Lat. cicatrix. 



158 



'Q T is 'O (j)e\ifJLOf 



'c, '2oc, r; (owe), a buslard, so 
called from its long ear- 
feathers, 1. 5. 2, 3. 
, see opt /Aw. 



/J, benefit, riva, 1. 1. 9, 3. 4 ; 



a rt, 5. 6. 30; a 

a(/\oi)vratj </"y u>/*o benefit 

are benefited, 5. 1. 12. 
ld>\tjuoc, 17, oi', and oc, ov (w^c- 

Xew), useful, serviceable, pro- 
fitable, 1. 6. 2, 4. 1. 23. 



Tables of Money ', etc. 159 



MONET. 

| obol (i/tifl^SoXtoy^ss^dL, symbol ) or ( (1. 5. 6.). 

1 obol (o/3uAoe)=6Jf far., symbol O (1. 5. 6.). 

1 drachma (dpnvp^) 6 obols = 9fd., the Eoman denarius. 

1 daric (6apa-oe)=20 Attic silver drachmae =lGs. 3d. (Hussey, 

21s.)- 

1 mina (;i>'a)=100 drachmse=4L Is. 3d. 
1 talent (raXai'-o^)=60 mina2=243. 15s. 
1 cyzicene (<ct;u-j;j'oc) = 28 drachma3=l/. 2s. 9e?. 
1 siglus (<rt'yAot)=7|- obols, about a shilling (1. 5. 6). 

G obols=l drachma. 
100 drachmae =1 mina. 
60 mino3=l talent. 

LENGTH. 

1 foot (7rowe)=12'135 inches. 

1 cubit (irrj-)(yc) l^ it. 

1 fathom (opyimt)=G ft. 

1 plethron (ir\l6pui') = WO Grk. ft., or 101 Eng. ft. 

1 stadium (ora2toi') = 6 plethra=G06 Eng. ft. 

1 parasang (7rapa<TdyyT;e)=30 stadia=: 18,180 ft., nearly 3^ miles. 

100 feet=l plethron. 

6 plethra=l stadium. 
30 stadia =1 parasang. 

DKY AKD LIQUID MEASURE. 

1 cyathus (k:ua0oe)=TV pint. 

1 sextarius (^tVrje)=i2 cyathi=l pint. 

1 choenix (\inft^,)='2i cyathi==2 pints. 

1 capitha (Kairi6r))=2 choenices=4 pints. 

1 modius (tKroe) = 8 choenices=2 gallons or a peck. 

1 medimntis (/utct/n-oc^G modii=12 gallons, or 1^ bushels. 

12 cyathi=l sextarius. 
2 sextarii=l chcenix. 
2 chceuices=l capitha. 
4 capitha3=l modius. 
G modii=l medimnus. 



i6o 



Tables of Money,, etc. 



Cyrus the Elder 
Cambyses 
Darius Hystaspes 
Xerxes 



KINGS OF PERSIA. 



B.C. 
r. 559-529 



521-485 
485-465 



ArtaxerxesLongimanus464 425 1 



B.C. 

r. 424-405 
405-359 
359-338 
Darius Codomannus 336-331 



Darius Nothus 
Artaxerxes Mnemon 
Artaxerxes Ochus 



CONSTITUTION OF THE GREEK ARMY. 

The Greek army was divided into 6 /u5pat, each popa into 4 
(, each \6\oe into 2 irtvTri^oa-utc, and each TrtvrrjKorTTvc into 
2 fyuftoritu ; so that, if the TTfiT/jajTrur contained 50 men, as the 
name implies, there would be 25 men in each trwjuo-m, 100 men 
in each Xx"C, 400 men in each pt'-pa, and 2,400 men would con- 
stitute an army. Thus : 

= 25 men 



55 

C 



juopdyoc 





jioria. 

7TCVS 


Xx 


WC 
^opc 


2 


4 


2 


16 


8 


4 


96 


48 


24 


6 



= 50 

= 100 

= 400 

=2,400 



The term ra&e is sometimes tised by Greek writers. In 
Athens it signified the men of the tribe (^uX/j), and as there 
were ten tribes there were ten rattiq. Ordinarily, the rafcc 
contained 2 Xd^oi, and the commander was called TaEi(tp\<>c- 

The cavalry (/V^Ic) were arranged in truops (tpv\ai, f.l\ni or 
IXnt), each containing 64 men, usually arranged 16 in iront and 
4 deep. The officers were 2 'tTnrapyjn and 10 ^uXap^o/. The 
chief weapons of tlie cavalry were long lances and swords. The 
horses had for defensive armour irpoperwiricia for the head, Trpo- 
for the breast, and TropajrAsvp/t/ia for the sides. 

The marching order of the t'rwpjrm was usually 4 men in 
front, and 6 deep, and the officer alongside, making 25 in all. 
When there were more men in depth than in front, the men 
were said to be drawn up in column, I>p6im \6-^oi. recti ordines. 
Hence, opdiove TOVQ Xo^ouc TrouTffflm, to throw the battalions into 
column; tiytir, to bring them vp in column, 4. 3. 17, 4. 2. 11 ; 
or Kara Ktpas irvpf.vc.oOai, to march in column ; so Kara 



The Greek Army. 161 

ayeiv, also opdia 0aXcty, opdia ETraywyj;, Lat. longum 
agmen. The van was called KI pag TO r/you^ievov or ot rjyov pivot ; 
the rear, oupa, and the rear-guard, oTrtadotyvXaicEQ. When the 
troops were drawn lip in line, i.e. in battle array, they were said 
to be 7ri 0ct\ayyoe, when there were more men in front than in 
depth. This was fighting order. A hollow square was irXaicrwv; 
an oblong, vKivOtov; a circle, KVK\OQ (7. 8. 16). 

The Ordinary Pay 

of a hoplite was 4 obols, or sixpence, a day. Officers received 
twice as much, horsemen three times as much, and generals four 
times as much (7. 6. 1, 3. 10). 

The Heavy-armed Soldiers 

were called oTrXtrai, from oirXa, arms, armour, because they 
carried heavy weapons and wore defensive armour. Their uni- 
form was scarlet. They wore : 1. Greaves, (crr/^IcSee, ocrece, to 
protect the front of the leg from the knee to the ancle. These 
were usually made of metal, and lined inside with leather, felt, or 
cloth. 2. A cuirass, 0wpa, lorwa, to protect the breast. It was 
usually made of metal and richly ornamented. On the lower 
edge were fastened straps of leather (Trrf'pvyee) covered with 
small bits of metal, or a fringe of twisted ropes (4. 7. 15), to 
protect the lower part of the body. The girdle, w<rr/p, and the 
belt, filrpa, also contributed to protect this part (Horn. //. 4. 132- 
137). 3. The long sword, /<poe, gladius, ensis, or the short 
sword, payaipu, E,vi]\r). 4. The shield, a<r7r/c, clypeus, large and 
round, or fluptoc, scutum, oblong. 5. The helmet, KOPVQ, Kupv- 
0oe (capa, 7-/07j^u), or Kpavoc, galea. 6. The spear, Sopv, e'yX e > 
hasta. It had a shaft, usually of ash, yutXt'a, a point, nl^pi'i, of 
iron, or rather bronze, x^^" ( 'c, and was altogether 7 or 8 ft. long. 
Each soldier usually had two. 

The Light-armed Soldiers 

were called \jsi\oi, yvprot, yu/iJ'iyrctt, yvpvrJTse. They had no 
shield or breastplate, and commonly fought (1) with javelins, and 
were called aKovTtorai ; or (2) with slings, and were called atyev- 
or (3) with bows and arrows, and were called roorcu. 



The Peltasts, 

/, were so called from wearing the small shield, 
pelta. They were not so heavily armed as the hoplites, 
but were better armed than the yvjui'i/rai. Their chief weapon 
was the javelin, iraXrov, about 5 ft. long. It was commonly 
thrown by the hand by means of a thong, or strap of leather, 



1 63 The Greek Army. 



, amentum, attached to the shaft. The lance, Xoyx>7, 
lamea, was slender, and the dart, acwr, akvij/noi', spiculum, jacu- 
lum, resembled the lance in form, but was smaller. It was 
usually made of cornel wood. 



TrapayyeXXeo', TrapEyyvdv, airb irapayylXfffWQ, were given some- 
times by the voice, sometimes by signal, aripaivfiv, and sometimes 
by sound of trumpet or horn by a herald, <raXiritiv, kripvaareiv (2. 
2. 20, 5. 2. 18, 3. 1. 46, 3. 4. 36). The following were used in 
drill: avia TO. ^opara, 'present arms 1 ] icadeg TO. c5opara, 
' ground arms, 1 'stand at ease'; em 6pv KXlvov, 'right turn 1 ; 
CTT' d/T7rt'c5a K'Xii'oi', ' left turn 1 ; ITTJ Sopv tTrtarpe^E, ' right about 
turn'; ir' atnrtSa eV/errpt^e, ' left about turn 1 ; ETTI Sopv litra- 
fiaXXov, ' right wheel ' ; eir' aairica. perafla\Xov, ' left wheel ' ; 
Trpoaye, 'march, 1 'forwards 1 ; aye tig ra oirXa, vapaffriJTE irapa 
TO. o?rXa, ' to arms, 1 ' attention. 1 Immediately before a battle 
the password, ffvidrj^a, tessera, was given by the general, and 
passed along the ranks from mouth to mouth. Among the 
Romans a small rectangular piece of wood, with the word 
inscribed on it, called tessera, was passed from hand to hand. 
At the battle of Cunaxa the password was Ztwe <7wr)p mi VI'KJJ (1. 
8. 16). At the battle in Bithynia the word was Zcvc <rwr)p, 
Hpcu-Ajjfe /ye/iw> (6. 3. 25). A password was used at night also 
in presence of the enemy (7. 3. 34). 

Marching. 

When the soldiers were to march in the morning, or move 
their camp, weir TO ffTparoire^ov (castra movere), the trumpet 
was sounded three times, r^5 Kt'part (<raX7rty/cr)e) eujj/zT/ye. On 
the first signal the soldiers had to pack up their baggage, avaKtv- 
afciv or (TvffKEva^fffSat ; on the second signal they had to place 
the baggage on the beasts of burden, avartdtvai CTTI ra {/Trofuyia ; 
and on the third signal they began their march, or, as Xenophon 
says, they followed their leader, eirovrat TV rjyovpeva) (2. 2. 4, 3. 
.18). ' 

The first halt took place usually between 10 and 11, for lun- 
cheon, KaraXvcrai TO crrpartu^a irpoc apujTOv (1. 10. 19). After 
resting for an hour or two, the journey was continued until 
dinner, usually about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, when the day's 
march ended, ffrparoTre^euw/iefla TrpoeXfloiTec oaov av $OKrj tcaipoc 
circa etc TO cenrvoTroif'laOa.i (6. 1. 14). The two chief meals were 
thus the apirrTov and the ctlrrvot', luncheon and dinner, or better 
perhaps, like labourers in our own country, dinner in the middle 
of the day and supper at the close. Xenophon does not mention 



f lhe Greek Army. 163 



either breakfast, dcparto^a, so called because it was simply bread 
dipped in unmixed (turopdroc) wine, or supper, Sopirov. The 
dinner usually consisted of beef, mutton, or pork, roast or boiled, 
bread, wheaten or barley, and vegetables and wine. The lun- 
cheon, oiiiirroi', was a much more simple meal. 

A day's march was usually five parasangs, or 17^ miles, some- 
times 7 or 8, i.e. 24^ or 28 miles. Each encampment or halting 
place was called <r-afyiot, a station. The pace was probably the 
same as our own, 30 in. slow or quick time, and 33 in. double 
time. In slow time 75 paces are taken in a minute ; in quick 
time 116, and in double time 165 paces are taken in a minute, 
or 3 miles 520 yards, and 5 miles 275 yards, in an hour. 

Fighting. 

Immediately before a battle the soldiers were drawn up in line, 
7ri ^aXayyoc, fi'e fia^rif Ta^^vin, crvi'TaerfferrOai, irapaTaerireaBai, 
and avTurapaTaaatadai (1. 7. 1, 1. 2. 15, 1. 3. 14). The usual 
depth of the line was 8 men ; sometimes, however, it was more, 
i-t ;ro\Xoi;c, sometimes less, tV 6\i-/mr (4. 8. 11). The whole line 
was divided into the centre, TO /ieVoi',the right wing, TO diZiov Kepag, 
and the left wing, TO ev&wfutv. The light-armed had no fixed 
place. Sometimes they were in front of the hoplites, sometimes 
behind, sometimes on one wing, sometimes on both wings (6. 5. 
25). The cavalry were usually on the flanks. When the troops 
were arranged, the password, avrQriiia. (1. 8. 16, 6. 3. 25), was 
given, and often the general gave an address to his soldiers, irapa.- 
KaXeiv (4. 8. 14). Vows were offered, wavro, and a hymn was 
sung, TraiaviffarTEQ (4. 8. 16). The hoplites had their spears on 
their right shoulders, the peltasts took hold of the strap of their 
javelins, the archers bent their bows, and the slingers had their 
wallets, dKptieprtt, full of stones. On approaching the opposing 
line, the hoplites and peltasts struck their spears against their 
shields (1. 8. 18, 4. 3. 29), the trumpets sounded, traX-irifeiv (1. 2. 
17), (TrjjUcuVftvro TroXt^iKuv (4. 3. 29), ffTjjuatVftv rr\ <7<i\7riyyi (6. 3. 
25, 27), a cheer is raised, aXaXti, e\f\ev (1. 8. 17), and the excited 
soldiers quicken their march to a run, 2po/xw bppav, and rush upon 
the foe (4. 3. 31). The hoplites bring their spears to the charge, 
raOuVai, 7rpo/3oXX<r0at ra oVXa (6. 3. 25), infensis a. infestis hastis 
provolare, and the light-armed discharge their missiles. The 
Persians never waited, uTro/ifrttv (6. 3. 29, 4. 4. 21), to come to 
close quarters, /c x 'P a c ^x erat (* ^- ^1)> with the Greeks, but 
always gave way, iiu&int (1. 8. 19), and fled, peuyci (1. 8. 19). 
The Greeks at Cunaxa forced their way through the enemy's 
line (1. 8. 19), huKOTrruv (4. 8. 11, 13). If the spears were 
broken the hoplites drew their swords pugna ad gladios venit, 
Liv. 2. 46. 



164 The Greek Army. 

When the enemy were defeated, riTTrjftfjrat rrj 
(4. 6. 26, 5. 4. 24), the pursuit followed, ciwmi , e-n-iatiai, 
Oai (1. 8. 19, 6. 3. 17, 28). When the general thought the pur- 
suit had gone far enough, the soldiers were called back by sound 
of trumpet, ayaKctXelaOai rf) <ra\7rtyyt, receptui canere (4. 4. 22), 
and returned to the main body, airoxwpelv, uirorpe-^etv (5. 7. 16, 
6. 3. 17, 5. 2. 6). To commemorate the victory a trophy usually 
was set up, rponaiov aTr]udp.f.voi. (6. 3. 32, 4. 6. 27, 7. 6. 36). It 
was generally made of heaps of stones and earth. The dead were 
buried (6. 3. 5, 6), and a cenotaph, KtvoTdfyior (6. 2. 9), was erected 
in honour of those whose bodies could not be found, and wreaths 
of flowers were placed upon it, art^dtovg fTretieaav (6. 2. 9). 

The Commissariat. 

Every Greek soldier was usually paid two obols a day as 
wages, /j.ia06t,, and two obols as provision-money, (nrr]piaior; and 
hence the soldiers usually bought their own provisions. A por- 
tion of the camp was set apart as a market, ayopd (1. 2. 18) ; those 
who brought provisions into the market were called dyopctloi, and 
the retail dealers Kfi7r?j\oi. The overseers of the market, or the 
market superintendents, ayopavofjoi (5. 7. 2, 23, 29), settled all 
disputes, fixed the price of provisions, punished all cheating and 
theft, and received the market dues. The provisions, <nroc, iwi- 
r/jtJfm, were conveyed on waggons and beasts of burden, vwo^vyia. 
The inhabitants of the districts through which the march was 
made usually supplied a market, ayopciv tra.pf.yiii> (1. 3.14, 5.10), to 
the Greeks, but when the inhabitants refused to give supplies (5. 
5. 16), or when money began to fail, the soldiers took what they 
could get, ayeiv nal tpipeiv (5. 5. 13), by plunder, natf apwaytir; 
and they often went from the camp expressly to get supplies, 
7rt \iiav e^it'rcu (5. 1. 17), ttrat or Troptveadcti iir\ TH .7riTi)Ctia (5. 
1. 6, 6. 2. 23), ra eirtTrfaia Xa A ./3aret'(5. 2. 1). All the plunder 
got in these expeditions was put into a common stock, TO Koirov 
(5. 1. 12), out of which presents (4. 7. 27) and rewards (3. 3. 18) 
were given. The prisoners taken were sold as slaves (5. 3. 4), 
and the money realised was distributed among the soldiers. 



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