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  • pipe of birds = ᾄδειν, φθέγγεσθαι ⇢ Look up "pipe of birds" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google
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  • (Plato), V. λωτός, ὁ. play the pipe, v.: P. and V. αὐλεῖν; see pipe, v. all the house is filled with the strains of the pipe: V. αὐλεῖται δὲ πᾶν μέλαθρον
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  • articulate, utter, break silence, cry out, give utterance to, pipe of birds, sound of a trumpet, squeak of animals ⇢ Look up "φθέγγεσθαι" on Google | Wiktionary
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  • celebrate in song, of birds, pipe of birds ⇢ Look up "ᾄδειν" on Google | Wiktionary | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's
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  • and: Acidalia, Mart. 9, 14, 3.—    F A reed pipe, shepherd's pipe, Pan-pipes, = σύριγξ (an instrument made of several reeds, fastened together with wax,
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  • calami N M :: branch; arm; branch of a candelabrum calamus calamus calami N M :: reed, cane; reed pen; reed/pan pipe; arrow; fishing pole; stalk; sweet
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  • reed-stalks, h.Merc. 47. 2 bed of reeds, App.BC3.67, al. II anything made of reed, 1 shaft of an arrow, Il.11.584. 2 shepherd's pipe, Pi. P.12.25 (pl.), A.Pr
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  • ); γλωσσίς inflammation of the tongue (Hippiatr.). - γλωττίς end of a pipe, glottis (Hero), also a bird (Arist., s. Thompson Birds s. v.); γλωττικός (Arist
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  • an ancient harp used by the Lydians, Hdt., etc. II. a sort of shepherd's pipe, joined of several reeds, like Pan's pipes (σῦριγξ), Anth. πηκτίς: {pēktís}
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  • Archil.192; cf. σάλπη. IV name of a bird, Hsch. (perhaps = σαλπιγκτής 2). V a kind of comet, Ptol.Tetr.90. VI epithet of Athena at Argos, Lyc.915,986, Paus
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  • glottis, mouth of the windpipe (reed), Gal.UP7.13, al. II mouthpiece of a pipe, in which the reed was inserted, Luc.Harm.1, Theo Sm.p.61 H.; of a trumpet,
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  • links below for lookup in third sources: (A), A pipe, chirp, of the shrill note of small birds, = πιππίζω, Arat.1024, Thphr.Sign.39. σπίζω (B), A extend
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  • Theoc.l.c.; also called τιτυρίς, Phot. 3 a kind of bird, also τιτύρας, Hsch.; cf. τατύρας. 4 reed or pipe (cf. τιτύρινος), Id. * Abbreviations: ALL | General
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  • ἐπιπτόμενοι flitting from one to another, Pl.R.365a. 3. fly at or on to, of a male bird, Arist. HA564b4. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works
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  • piping or chirping bird, a squab: servos habuit vectigales qui eos (palumbes) ex ovis et pullicenis ac pipionibus alerent, from the produce of the eggs and chickens
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