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  • ἐρρύη μέγας (Thuc. 2, 5). Swell with anger: use P. and V. ζεῖν, κυμαίνειν ( Plat.). Swell with milk: P. and V. σπαργᾶν. Swell with pride: P. and V. φρονεῖν
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  • 31) from kuo (to swell (with young), i.e. bend, curve); a billow (as bursting or toppling): wave. κυματος, τό (from κυέῶ to swell; Curtius, § 79; from
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  • ῥόθιον, τό (Thuc. 4, 10), ῥαχία, ἡ (Thuc. 4, 10), V. φλοῖσβος, ὁ, ῥηγμίν, ὁ. Swell: Ar. and V. οἶδμα, τό, σάλος, ὁ. Big wave: P. and V. τρικυμία, ἡ (Plat.)
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  • V. intrans. bathe: P. and V. λοῦσθαι. subs. Bath: P. and V. λουτρόν, τό. Swell, wave: P. and V. κῦμα, τό, Ar. and V. οἶδμα, τό, σάλος, ὁ. Look up wash
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  • tide, v.: P. and V. πολὺς ρεῖν. Be at high tide, v.: use P. μέγας ρεῖν. Swell, wave: P. and V. κῦμα, τό. Return of the tide: P. κύματος ἐπαναχώρησις (Thuc
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  • κῡμαίνω, κῦμα 1. to rise in waves or billows, to swell, Hom., Plat. 2. metaph. of passion, to swell, seethe, Pind., Aesch. 3. trans. to agitate, Luc.
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  • ατος, τό,    A swelling, swell, in Hom. only of water, ὁ δ' ἐπέσσυτο οἴδματι θύων, of a river, with swollen waves, Il.21.234 ; of the sea, ὁ δ' ἔστενεν
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  • gonfler. Étymologie: οἶδος. (οἰδέω): cause to swell, met., νόον (with rage), Il. 9.554; pass., also met., swell, Il. 9.646. οἰδάνω: [ᾰ], I. προκαλώ πρήξιμο
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  • οἰδάνομαι, -ω (Ι 646 a. 554, Ar., A. R.), οἰδίσκομαι, -ω (medic.) swell resp. make swell, aor. οἰδῆσαι (IA.), rare οἰδῆναι (Q. S.: οἰδαίνω), perf. ὤδηκα
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  • σόλος· ὡσαύτως σαλαΐζω, σαλάκων· πρβλ. Λατ. sal-um· Ἀρχ. Γερμαν. swell-an (schwellen, swell)· τὸ σάλος συνήθως ἀναφέρεται εἰς τὸ ἃλς (mare)· ἀλλ’ ἡ ἐξ ἀρχῆς
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  • πρὸς τὸ γεννᾶν Plut.). ὀργάω, only in pres.] ὀργή I. to swell with moisture: of fruit, to swell and ripen, Hdt.; of corn, ὀργᾷ ἀμᾶσθαι is ripe for cutting
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  • ):—to be full to bursting:    1 c. dat., swell or teem with, esp. of plants, ἔρνος… βρύει ἄνθεϊ λευκῷ swells with white bloom, Il.17.56, cf. E.Ba. 107
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  • grow turgid; specifically, to array an army against: fight swell. from צָבָה; turgid: swell.
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  • Scriptures four times to cause to swell, to render tumid (cf. Sophocles' Lexicon, under the word): γαστέρα, to swell, become swollen, of parts of the body
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  • tumulus, tumor, etc.; cf. O. H. Germ. dūmo; Germ. Daumen; Engl. thumb, I to swell, be swollen or tumid, to be puffed out or inflated (mostly poet. and in postAug
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  • σπαργάω, fut. -ήσω I. to be full to bursting, to swell, be ripe, Eur. II. metaph., like Lat. turgere, to swell with passion, Plat.:—absol. to wax wanton, be
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  • sail belly or swell, Lat. sinuare, ἄνεμος κ. τὴν ὀθόνην Luc.; χιτῶνας κολπώσαντες τῷ ἀνέμῳ, καθάπερ ἱστία Luc.:—Pass. to bosom or swell out, of a sail
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  • spectat; at illa Larem, Ov. F. 1, 136. pōpŭlus: i, f. root pamp-, pap-, to swell; Lat. papula, papilla, pampinus, I a poplar, poplar-tree, Plin. 16, 23, 35
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  • jactantur, Cic. Cat. 1, 13.—    B The undulating, heaving motion of the sea, the swell, surge: fervet aestu pelagus, Pac. ap. Cic. de Or. 3, 39; hence, meton. for
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  • ἡ,    A force, strength of a swell or current at sea, Peripl.M.Rubr. 46 (ἰνδία cod.), Hsch. ἰναία: ἡ, = ἵς, «δύναμις», Ἡσύχ. ἰναία, ἡ (Α) [ις (Ι)]
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