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  • θύλακος, ὁ (Eur., Cyclops), P. μάρσιππος, μάρσιπος, ὁ (Xen.). ⇢ Look up "bag" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • Ar. πήρα, ἡ; see bag. ⇢ Look up "wallet" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full text
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  • ὁ, nose-bag, nose bag, nosebag, feedbag, feed bag, feeding bag, morral, nosebag for cattle, nosebag for horses, feedbag, feed bag, feeding bag, morral
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  • ); nose-bag, nose bag, nosebag, feedbag, feed bag, feeding bag, morral, nosebag for cattle, nosebag for horses, feedbag, feed bag, feeding bag, morral
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  • wallet: Ar. πήρα, ἡ; see bag. ⇢ Look up "scrip" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full
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  • Pre-Greek, Suffixes). θύ¯λᾰκος, ὁ, I. a bag, pouch, wallet, Hdt., Ar.; δερῶ σε θύλακον I'll make a bag of your skin, Ar. II. in plural the trousers
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  • κημοὺς στόματος = muzzles or gags, A. Fr.125. 2 nose-bag, nose bag, nosebag, feedbag, feed bag, feeding bag, morral, for horses, Hsch. 3 cloth used by bakers
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  • 1. a leathern-bag, a wine-skin, Hom.; ἀσκὸς βοός the bag of ox-skin in which Aeolus bottled up the winds, Od.; ἀσκὸς Μαρσυέω a bag made of the skin
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ὁ, (δέρω) A leathern bag or wallet, Od.2.354, 380. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works
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  • 6.12, cf. LXX Is.50.3, Si.25.17. II anything made of this cloth: 1 sack, bag, Hdt.9.80, Ar.Ach.745, Lys.1209, Gal.2.559,8.672:—as a measure, Ostr.1096
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  • bag: Ar. σάκκος, ὁ, σακκίον, τό (also Xen.). Met., money: P. and V. χρήματα, τά. Met., claim for oneself: Ar. and P. προσποιεῖσθαι (acc. or gen.). endure
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  • for scrumena; root scru-, of scrutor, scrotum, I a small money-purse or bag (usually hanging from the neck). I Prop., Plaut. Truc. 3, 1, 7 sq.; id. As
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  • saccus: i, m., = σάκκος,> I a sack, bag. I Cum iste civitatibus frumentum, coria, cilicia, saccos imperaret, Cic. Verr. 2, 1, 38, § 95: (mulus ferebat)
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  • saccŭlus: i, m. dim. saccus, I a little sack or bag (not in Cic.); for filtering wine, Lucil. ap. Cic. Fin. 2, 8, 23; for grain, App. M. 9, p. 232 et
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  • pēra: ae, f., = πἠρα, I a bag, wallet (syn.: mantica, loculus): peras imposuit Juppiter nobis duas, Phaedr. 4, 10, 1: cum baculo perāque senex, of a Cynic
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  • information: f. Meaning: bag or chest for old clothes (Com., Phld.). γρύτη f. trash, trumpery, woman's dressing-case, vanity-bag, frippery (Sapph., pap.);
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  • ἡ, Gloss.), A woman's dressing-case or vanity-bag, Sapph.156; σκευῶν γρύτη prob. a workman's tool-bag, PPetr.3p.78. 2 frippery, Phryn.209, PSp.60 B.;
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  • σᾰκίον, ου, τό, [Dim. of σάκκος or σάκος 1. a small bag, Xen. 2. sackcloth, mourning, Menand. σακκίον = bag ⇢ Look up "σακκίον" on Google | Wiktionary |
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  • more freq., II For keeping money in, a money-basket, or, as we say, a money-bag, purse (cf. aerarium): fiscos complures cum pecunia Siciliensi a quodam senatore
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  • Mart. 14, 47, 2; 4, 19, 5; cf. folliculus, I. B.—    C A leathern money-bag: et tenso folle reverti Inde domum possis, Juv. 14, 281; so Dig. 35, 1, 82;
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