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Γελᾷ δ' ὁ μωρός, κἄν τι μὴ γέλοιον ᾖ -> The fool laughs even when there's nothing to laugh at
Full diacritics: αἱμάλωψ Medium diacritics: αἱμάλωψ Low diacritics: αιμάλωψ Capitals: ΑΙΜΑΛΩΨ
Transliteration A: haimálōps Transliteration B: haimalōps Transliteration C: aimalops Beta Code: ai(ma/lwy

English (LSJ)

ωπος, ὁ,

   A mass of blood: bloodshot place, Hp.Coac.542, Nat.Puer.13, POxy.1088i3 (i A. D.); blood-clot, Aret.SA2.9.    II as Adj., looking like clotted blood, χυμός Id.SD2.1.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

αἱμάλωψ: -ωπος, ὁ, (αἱμαλέος) μᾶζα αἵματος: μέρος τοῦ σώματος ἔχον πεπηγὸς αἷμα, Ἱππ. 207C., 240. 11, κτλ. ΙΙ ὡς ἐπίθ., ὁ φαινόμενος ὡς πεπηγὸς αἷμα, χυμός, Ἀρεταῖος Αἰτ. Χρον. Παθ. 2. 1.

Spanish (DGE)

I que tiene sangre oscuraa, del tipo de la sangre coagulada χυμός Aret.SD 2.1.3.
II subst. ὁ αἱ.
1 sent. patológico sangre negra y coagulada, coágulo Hp.Coac.542, Aret.SA 2.2.9, SD 1.13.4, CA 2.9.1, plu. Hp.Nat.Puer.13, Paul.Aeg.3.45.
2 simpl. sangre ἕλκειν ... τοῦ αἱμάλωπος τὸ πιότατον Hp.Nat.Puer.19.
3 como afección derrame sanguíneo ocular, Archig. en Gal.12.796, 797, Gal.12.819, cf. plu. en una receta, medic. en POxy.1088.3 (I d.C.).