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  • Nŏton, acc. de Notos, v. Notus 2 : Luc. 7, 363.
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  • νῶτον (redirect from nō̂ton)
    the back or ridge, of a hill, Pind., Eur.; of a chariot, Eur. νῶτον: {nō̃ton} Grammar: n., Meaning: sekundär τὸν νῶτον (Akk.) und οἱ νῶτοι (Egli Heteroklisie
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  • Epod. 10, 19: procellosus, Ov. H. 2, 12: tepidus, id. Am. 1, 4, 12: sub Noton et Borean, Luc. 7, 363.— II Poet., transf., for wind in gen.: tendunt vela
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  • oculos venit, Sen. Ben. 1, 5, 6.—Rarely with verb of rest: quidquid sub Noton et Borean hominum sumus, Luc. 7, 364.—    2    Transf. (cf. supra, I. A.
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  • Sid. Carm. 9, 94.— II The west-south-west wind: ab occasu brumali Africus: Noton et Liba nominant, Plin. 2, 47, 46, § 119: velivolique maris constrator leuconotos
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