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  • anciently (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    P. and V. πάλαι, πάλαι ποτέ, τὸ πρίν; see formerly. ⇢ Look up "anciently" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • Olympus (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    P. 3, 3, 42; Hyg. Fab. 165; Plin. 36, 5, 4, § 29. Ŏlympus: and -pos (anciently written Olĭmpus), i, m., = Ὄλυμπος. I The name of several mountains, the
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  • East) or time (antiquity); often used adverbially (before, anciently, eastward): aforetime, ancient (time), before, east (end, part, side, -ward), eternal
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  • παλαιός (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    A.Pers.17 (anap.), S.El.4, etc.; καιροὶ π. ancient times, PPetr.2p.15 (iii B. C.); τὸ π. as Adv., anciently, formerly, A.Pers.102 (lyr.), Hdt.1.171, Pl
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  • Olympia (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    between each celebration of the games): Ὀλυμπιάς, -άδος, ἡ. Ŏlympĭa: (anciently Ŏlimpus and Ŏlumpus), ae, f., = Ὀλυμπια, I a sacred region in Elis Pisatis
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  • (correctly aut-), i, m. (autumnum, i, n., Varr.ap.Non.p.71, 20). [This word was anciently referred to augeo, as the season of I increase, as by Paul. ex Fest. p
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  • ἀρχαῖος (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    II. of persons, ancient, old, Aesch., Thuc., etc.: οἱ ἀρχαῖοι the Ancients, the old Fathers, Prophets, NTest. III. adv. ἀρχαίως, anciently, Dem.; so, τὸ
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  • quod nunc holus et holera, Paul. ex Fest. p. 100 Müll. A form, holu, anciently helu, can be inferred from helvola, helvella, and olvatum; v. Müll. Paul
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  • Sisyphus (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    Σίσυφος, ὁ. of Sisyphus, adj.: Σισύφειος. Sīsyphus: (anciently Sīsŭpus and Sīsĭpus; the last in Inscr. R. N. 4472 Momms.; cf. Ritschl, Monum. Epigr.
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  • frondōsus: (anciently also frund-), a, um, adj. 1. frons, I full of leaves, leafy: omne sonabat Arbustum fremitu silvaï frondosaï, Enn. ap. Macr. S. 6
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  • mĕmor: ŏris (anciently memoris, memore, acc. to Prisc. p. 772 P.; I comp. memorior, id. p. 699 P.), adj. Sanscr. root smar-, in smarti, memory; smara,
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  • arbutus (category English to Ancient Greek Dictionary)
    28, § 99; 23, 8, 79, § 151 al.; its fruit, like that of the oak, was anciently the food of men; cf. arbutum. Under it the goats were fond of grazing:
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  • Müller Paul. ex Fest. 3, 12. adorea adoreae N F :: prize of value; (anciently, gift of grain)
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  • Κόρινθος (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ψωμός et le mot pourrait dès lors dériver de κόρυς. Corinth, Il. 2.570; anciently named Ephyra.—Κορινθόθι, at Corinth, Il. 13.664. Κόρινθος (-ος, -ου,
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  • ἀγέρωχος (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ἀ- copulatif, γέρας, ἔχω. (if from ἐρωή) impetuous, mighty in combat; anciently interpreted as if from γέρας, ‘gifted.’ ᾰγέρωχος, -ον    1 proud, (not
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  • πύργος (category Ancient Greek to English Dictionary)
    ("burgh"); a tower or castle: tower. πύργου, ὁ (akin to German Burg, anciently Purg; (yet cf. Curtius, § 413)), as in Greek writings from Homer down,
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  • galbĕum: i, n., or galbĕus (anciently calbĕus), i, m. ‡ galbus, I a kind of armband, fillet (worn as an ornament, or for medical purposes): ‡ galbeum ornamenti
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  • et porrecta; v. porricio.—    d Hence, since security for a person was anciently given by the deposit of sheep belonging to him, which were slaughtered
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  • frons: (also anciently fruns; plur. frundes, Enn. Ann. 266 Vahl.; cf. Charis. p. 105 P.—Also in nom. fros or frus, Varr. ib.; Enn. v in the foll.; cf.
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  • persons. I Perduellionis, an extraordinary criminal court, the duumviri, anciently selected by the kings or the people for each case as it arose; so in the
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