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  •    B Transf.    1    Medea Palatina, i. e. Clodia, Cic. Cael. 8, 18.—    2    Medea nigra, a precious stone, so named after Medea, Plin. 37, 10, 63, §
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  • μέδεα (redirect from médea)
    diacritics: μέδεα Capitals: ΜΕΔΕΑ Transliteration A: médea Transliteration B: medea Transliteration C: medea Beta Code: me/dea
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  • μήδεα (redirect from mḗdea)
    substratum word. 2 Meaning: counsels, cares See also: s. μήδομαι. μήδεα: 1. {mḗdea} Forms: (φωτός; Od., Androm. ap. Gal., Kall., auch Ant. Lib.). μέζεα (Hes
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  • vor andern hervorstechend). – Zuw. auch bl. durch ille, z. B. die b. Medea, Medea illa. – b. sein, infamem esse; male audire: sehr, infamiā flagrare, wegen
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  • Asia, east of the Black Sea, celebrated on account of the golden fleece and Medea; now Mingrelia; acc. Colchida, Mel. 2, 3, 6; Plin. 2, 103, 106, § 226; Val
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  • Colchian: Phasias Aeetine, Ov. H. 6, 103: puella, i. e. Medea, id. P. 3, 3, 80.—Subst.: Phāsĭas. ădis, f., Medea, Ov. A. A. 2, 382. Phāsis: ĭdis, adj., v. 1. Phasis
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  • return Pelias was slain by his own daughters, at the artful instigation of Medea, Plaut. Ps. 3, 2, 80; Hyg. Fab. 24; Enn. ap. Auct. Her. 2, 22, 34 (Trag.
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  • 94; Val. Fl. 8, 180 al.—    B Transf., the region about the Black Sea: Medea ex eodem Ponto profugisse, Cic. Imp. Pomp. 9, 22; Ov. Tr. 5, 10, 1.—    2   
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  • Herculem Xenophontium illum a voluptate, id. Fam. 5, 12, 3: ut ex eodem Ponto Medea illa quondam profugisse dicitur, id. de Imp. Pomp. 9, 22: magno illi Alexandro
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  • with respect to the servants; the mistress, lady: nunquam era errans (i. e. Medea), etc., Enn. ap. Auct. Her. 2, 22, 34 (Trag. v. 287 Vahl.): servus Dat (puellam)
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  • Frau, junges Weib, v. der Penelope, v. der Lukretia, Ov.: puella Phasias, Medea, Ov.: puella Cressa, von der Phädra, in einem Briefe an ihren Stiefsohn,
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  • l’Asie] : Plin. 6, 114 ; Virg. G. 2, 126. (2) Mēdīa, æ, v. Medea. (1) Mēdia1, s. Medi. (2) Mēdīa2, s. Medea.
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  • king, a princess (cf. rex and regulus); so of Ariadne, Verg. A. 6, 28.— Of Medea, Ov. H. 12, 1.— Of the daughters of Darius, Curt. 3, 11, 25; 3, 12, 12; cf
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  • Mēdus: a, um, v. Medi, II. A. Mēdus: i, m., I son of Ægeus and Medea; the title of a tragedy of Pacuvius, Cic. Off. 1, 31, 114. Mēdus: i, m., = Μῆδος,
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  • des Königs Kreon zu Korinth, Gemahlin Jasons nach Verstoßung der Medea, wurde von Medea durch ein brennbares Geschenk (nach älterer Sage ein Gewand, nach
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  • Hence, gypsātus, a, um, P. a., covered or coated with gypsum: quibus illa (Medea) manibus gypsatissimis persuasit, ne sibi illae vitio verterent, quod abesset
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  • αο (ὁ) : dor. c. Αἰήτης. Αἰήτας father of Medea, king of Kolchis    1 Αἰήτα ζαμενὴς παῖς (P. 4.10) “πρὸς Αἰήτα θαλάμους” (P. 4.160) κελαινώπεσσι Κόλχοισιν
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  • chides u. chidas, f. (Κολχίς), a) die durch das goldene Vlies u. durch Medea berühmte Landschaft in Asien, an der östlichen Seite des Schwarzen Meeres
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  • [Seite 1176] ἡ, fem. zu ἥρως, Heroine, Heldinn; so heißt Medea D. Per. 1022; Halbgöttinn, Luc. Necyom. 15. – Contr. ἡρῴνη Ar. Nubb. 314. ης (ἡ) : héroïne
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  • suffusa veneno, Ov. M. 2, 777.—    2    Lit., a magical potion, charm: item ut Medea Peliam concoxit senem: Quem medicamento et suis venenis dicitur Fecisse rursus
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