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  • V. αἰνεῖν (acc.). Favour, support: P. and V. εὐνοεῖν (dat.). Look up countenance on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • view), i.e. the countenance, aspect, appearance, surface; by implication, presence, person: (outward) appearance, X before, countenance, face, fashion,
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  • 1213) [etym. dub.; cf. Goth. vulthus, glory, an expression of countenance, the countenance, visage, as to features and expression; hence, often to be translated
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  • Ephor.Fr.96J., Plu. 2.417c, etc.: (σκυθρός, ὤψ):—   A of sad or angry countenance, sullen, E. Med.271, Hipp.1152; ὄμμα καὶ πρόσωπον Id.Ph.1333; σ. τοῖς
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  • from his looks, Antiph. 33.2; so ἐκ τῆς ὄ. POxy.37 ii 3 (i A. D.).    b countenance, face, E. Med.905, Pl.Phdr.240d, 254b, etc.; διοίδησις ὅλης ὄ. Herod.Med
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  • vision: X apparently, appearance(-reth), X as soon as beautiful(-ly), countenance, fair, favoured, form, goodly, to look (up) on (to), look(-eth), pattern
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  • μειράκιον Ar.Pl.976, cf. Ra.412 (lyr.), X.Mem.1.3.10 (Sup.); with glad countenance, S.Aj.1009; comice, λοπάς Eub.44.1.    2 metaph., fair in outward show
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  • put out of countenance, put to shame, τινά Luc.: absol. to be importunate, Plut. II. in good authors only:—Pass. to be put out of countenance, to be troubled
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  • infr.), Eust.1426.55 (v. infr.), gen. ὠπός, acc. ὦπα:—   A eye, face, countenance, Hom. and Hes., only in acc. sing.; εἰς ὦπα ἰδέσθαι τινί to look one in
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  • συνωφρυωμένη S.Tr.869, cf. Dam.Isid.138; προσώπῳ συνωφρυωμένῳ = with frowning countenance, E.Alc.777, cf. 800. συνοφρυόομαι: συστέλλω τὰς ὀφρῦς, σουφρώνω τὰ φρύδια
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  • nubes et inania captare, Hor. A. P. 230.—    B Cloudiness, of a gloomy countenance, of sleep, of drunkenness, of blindness (poet.): deme supercilio nubem
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  •    A look angry or sullen, be of a sad countenance, Ar. Lys.7, Pl.756; ὡς οὐδὲν ἦσθα πλὴν σκυθρωπάζειν μόνον Amphis 13, cf. Antiph.218.3, PCair.Zen.481
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  • ον,    A not to be put out of countenance, inexorable, Μοῖραι JHS32.274 (Pamphyl.), cf. Ph.2.543, Plu.2.64f. Adv. -τως, ἐνοχλεῖν ib.534b. ἀδυσώπητος:
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  • 856; ῥεθέων ἐκ θυμὸν ἕληται 22.68, cf. Theoc.23.39.    II in sg., face, countenance, S.Ant.529 (anap.), E.HF1204 (anap.), Theoc. 29.16: Aeol. in this sense
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  • le visage, œil au beurre noir. Étymologie: ὑπό, ὤψ. (ὤψ): pl., face, countenance, Il. 12.463†. τὸ, Α 1. το κάτω από τα μάτια μέρος του προσώπου 2. συνεκδ
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  • συνωφρυωμένη S.Tr.869, cf. Dam.Isid.138; προσώπῳ συνωφρυωμένῳ = with frowning countenance, E.Alc.777, cf. 800. συνοφρυόομαι: συστέλλω τὰς ὀφρῦς, σουφρώνω τὰ φρύδια
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  • of a horse pricking his ears, Ar.Pax156 (anap.); of persons, of glad countenance, cheerful, X.Cyr.3.3.59, Gal.6.186, 16.615 (Comp.), etc.; φαιδρὸς λάμποντι
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  • ἡ, (ὤψ)    A face, countenance, used by Hom. only in dat. ἐνωπῇ, as Adv., before the face, openly, Il.5.374, [21.510]; later ἐνωπῆς γλήνεα Nic.Th.227.
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  • active or passive); by implication, to favor or honour, be high or proud: countenance, crooked place, glorious, honour, put forth.
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  •    A assume a grave, solemn countenance, ἐπί τινι Ar.Nu.363, cf. AP11.382.14 (Agath.). [Seite 871] eine ehrwürdige, ernsthafte, vornehme Miene annehmen;
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