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  • τῇδε, Ar. and P. οὑτωσί, ὡδί. not even thus: P. and V. οὐδ' ὥς, μηδ' ὥς. even thus: P. καὶ ὥς. but let it be thus: V. ἀλλ' ὣς γενέσθω (Eur., Troades 721;
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  • things being thus = οὕτως ἐχόντων ⇢ Look up "things being thus" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google
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  • not even thus = οὐδὲ ὥς, οὐδ' ὥς, μηδ' ὥς ⇢ Look up "not even thus" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • since the case stands thus = τούτων οὕτως ἐχόντων, ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων, ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων τῶνδε ⇢ Look up "since the case stands thus" on Perseus Dictionaries
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  • even thus = καὶ ὥς ⇢ Look up "even thus" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full text
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  • ἐνθάδε, δεῦρο; see hither. in this way: P. and V. οὕτω, οὕτως, ὧδε; see thus. ⇢ Look up "this" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora
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  • but let it be thus = ἀλλ' ὣς γενέσθω ⇢ Look up "but let it be thus" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • the matter stands thus = ἔχει οὕτως ⇢ Look up "the matter stands thus" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • thus stands my case = οὕτως ἔχει μοι ⇢ Look up "thus stands my case" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • what induced you to act thus = τί μαθὼν ταῦτα ἐποίησας ⇢ Look up "what induced you to act thus" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora
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  • thus I made good to you my claim = οὕτως ἐπεδικασάμην παρ' ὑμῖν ⇢ Look up "thus I made good to you my claim" on Google (phrase search) | Google |
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  • thus he pants out his life in gasps = οὕτω τὸν αὑτοῦ θυμὸν ὁρμαίνει ⇢ Look up "thus he pants out his life in gasps" on Google (phrase search) | Google
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  • think you always to speak thus with impunity = ἦ καὶ γεγηθὼς ταῦτ' ἀεὶ λέξειν δοκεῖς ⇢ Look up "think you always to speak thus with impunity" on Google
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  • so he encouraged them thus on the score of money = χρήμασι μὲν οὖν οὕτως ἐθάρσυνεν αὐτούς ⇢ Look up "so he encouraged them thus on the score of money"
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  • why do you pass thus from one mood to another = τί δ' ὧδε πηδᾶς ἄλλοτ' εἰς ἄλλους τρόπους ⇢ Look up "why do you pass thus from one mood to another"
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  • I resolved to requite thus what I had suffered = πεπονθὼς ἠξιοῦν τάδ' ἀντιδρᾶν ⇢ Look up "I resolved to requite thus what I had suffered" on Google
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  • why do I thus bandy words with you = τί ταῦτα σοῖς ἁμιλλῶμαι λόγοις ⇢ Look up "why do I thus bandy words with you" on Google (phrase search) | Google
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  • thus they got the measurement for their ladders = τὴν συμμέτρησιν… τῶν κλιμάκων οὕτως ἔλαβον ⇢ Look up "thus they got the measurement for their ladders"
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  • the case thus put has something to recommend it = ἔστι τοῦτο οὑτωσὶ μὲν ἀκοῦσαι λόγον τιν' ἔχον ⇢ Look up "the case thus put has something to recommend
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  • to my side will speak thus = ὅπλα πλευρὰ τἀμὰ προσπίτνοντ' ἐρεῖ τάδε ⇢ Look up "my weapons hanging to my side will speak thus" on Google (phrase search)
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  • ἔργον (gen.). since the case stands thus: P. and V. τούτων οὕτως ἐχόντων, V. ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων, ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων τῶνδε. thus stands my case: P. and V. οὕτως ἔχει
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  • tūs: (thūs), tūris, n. from θύος, τό I incense, frankincense. I In gen., Plin. 12, 14, 30, § 51; Plaut. Poen. 2, 3; id. Trin. 4, 2, 89; id. Truc. 2, 5
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  • conditions, under these circumstances: P. and V. οὕτως ἐχόντων (things being thus). under present conditions: P. ἐκ τῶν παρόντων. ⇢ Look up "condition" on
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  • here(-by), him, it, + such manner of, that, thence(-forth), thereabout, this, thus.
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  • being thus related through the male and not the female line = πρὸς ἀνδρῶν ἔχων τὴν συγγένειαν ταύτην καὶ οὐ πρὸς γυναικῶν ⇢ Look up "being thus related
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  • have lived thus to pass sentence on another man = οὐκ ἄν ποτε δίκην κατ' ἄλλου φωτὸς ὧδ' ἐψήφισαν ⇢ Look up "never would they have lived thus to pass
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  • do not thus include the whole race of women in your reproaches = μὴ τὸ θῆλυ συνθεὶς ὧδε πᾶν μέμψῃ γένος ⇢ Look up "do not thus include the whole race
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  • that, like(-wise), no more, on this fashion(-wise), so (in like manner), thus, what. and οὕτως (formerly in printed editions οὕτω appeared before a consonant
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  • P. and V. τρόπος, ὁ, ἦθος, τό, ὀργή, ἡ. why do you pass thus from one mood to another: V. τί δ' ὧδε πηδᾶς ἄλλοτ' εἰς ἄλλους τρόπους (Eur., Troades 67)
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  • περιλαμβάνειν; see embrace. include besides: P. προσπεριλαμβάνειν (acc.). do not thus include the whole race of women in your reproaches: V. (μὴ) τὸ θῆλυ συνθεὶς
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  • conl-: Words thus beginning, v. under coll-. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS
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  • The adv. may be defined in its relation by a dative in the same clause, thus showing an approach to the true prepositional use, ἐν δέ τε θῦμὸς στήθεσιν
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  • partly, self(-same), so, that (intent), the same, there(-fore, -unto), this, thus, where(-fore). τοῦτο: I n к οὗτος. II adv. 1) потому, поэтому: αὐτὰ τ.
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  • 107). through cowardice you give rein to your tongue, though you think not thus at heart: V. δειλίᾳ γλώσσῃ χαρίζει τἄνδον οὐχ οὕτω φρονῶν (Eur., Orestes
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  • P. and V. ἀρτᾶσθαι, ἐξαρτᾶσθαι. my weapons hanging to my side will speak thus: V. (ὅπλα) πλευρὰ τἀμὰ προσπίτνοντ' ἐρεῖ τάδε (Eur., Hercules Furens 1379)
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  • and V. γένος, τό, V. σπέρμα, τό, ῥίζα, ἡ, ῥίζωμα, τό; see family. being thus related through the male and not the female line: P. πρὸς ἀνδρῶν ἔχων τὴν
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  • whether Nicias thinks he is making a point, and whether he is not speaking thus for the sake of argument: P. ὁρῶμεν μὴ Νικιας οἴεταί τι λέγειν καὶ οὐ λόγου
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  • instead of the previous monthly interest of 1/3 %, 2/3 % was now reckoned; thus, acc. to the present mode of calculating, for the year, the interest advanced
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  • conm-: Words thus beginning, v. under comm-. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS
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  • conr: Words thus beginning, v. under corr. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS
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  • of the woes you now endure? POLY. No. Else you would not have trapped me thus by stratagem. ἙΚ. Σοὶ δ' οὐκ ἔχρησεν οὐδὲν ὧν ἔχεις πόνων; ΠΟΛΥ. Οὐ γάρ ποτ'
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  • πείθειν, ἀναπείθειν (Eur., Hel. 825), V. ἐκπείθειν. what induced you to act thus? use Ar. and P. τί μαθὼν ταῦτα ἐποίησας. ⇢ Look up "induce" on Perseus
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  • evil: P. and V. ἀντιδρᾶν κακῶς (τινά), P. ἀνταδικεῖν. I resolved to requite thus what I had suffered: V. πεπονθὼς ἠξιοῦν τάδ' ἀντιδρᾶν (Soph., Oedipus Coloneus
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  • recommend oneself to (a person): use εὐνοϊκῶς διατιθέναι (τινά). the case thus put has something to recommend it: P. ἔστι τοῦτο οὑτωσὶ μὲν ἀκοῦσαι λόγον
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  • δίκην ψηφίζεσθαι. pass sentence on: see condemn. never would they have lived thus to pass sentence on another man: V. οὐκ ἄν ποτε δίκην κατ' ἄλλου φωτὸς ὧδ'
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  • οὑτωσίν Hdn.Gr.1.509.2; v. οὗτος Α:—Adv. of οὗτος, in this way or manner, so, thus: οὕτως is antec. to ὡς, Il.4.178, Od.4.148, etc.; in Att. also οὕτως ὥσπερ
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  • ĭtă-que: I conj. I ( = et ita.) And so, and thus, and accordingly: ita dolui, itaque ego nunc doleo, Plaut. Truc. 2, 6, 45: si cetera ita sunt ut vis,
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  • manner, in this wise, in such a way, so, thus. I In gen.    A Referring to what precedes, as has been said, thus, so: des operam ut investiges sitne ita
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  • and V. κεῖσθαι. be in a certain state: P. and V. ἔχειν. the matter stands thus: P. and V. ἔχει οὕτως. halt: P. and V. ἵστασθαι; see also stop. maintain
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  • ἡμικληρίου (Dem. 1174). abandon a claim: P. ἐκλιπεῖν ἀμφισβήτησιν (Dem. 1178). thus I made good to you my claim: P. οὕτως ἐπεδικασάμην παρ' ὑμῖν (Isae. 85).
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  • Όμηρ. τῇδε: I dat. f к ὅδε. [dat. fem. of ὅδε, as adv.] here, thus, Hom. τῇδε = thus, in this place, in this way, on this side ⇢ Look up "τῇδε" on
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  • hence, to indicate a limit, so far, thus far (cf. hucusque). I In space.    A Lit. (very rare), to this place, thus far: hactenus summus inaurato crater
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  • hereafter, X him, the same, so, such, that, then, these, they, this, those, thus. by crasis for τά αὐτά: R L mrg, and some manuscripts (but see Tdf. on
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  • act of measuring: P. μέτρησις, ἡ. measure: P. and V. μέτρον, τό. thus they got the measurement for their ladders: P. τὴν συμμέτρησιν… τῶν κλιμάκων οὕτως
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  • καθεστῶτα. under these circumstances: P. and V. οὕτως ἐχόντων (things being thus). circumstances will be found to be changing, not our city: P. φανήσεται
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  • σπάσμα, τό. manner: P. and V. τρόπος, ὁ. in this strain: P. and V. οὕτως; see thus. In music P. and V. νόμος, ὁ, μέλος, τό. breed: P. and V. γένος, τό. strained
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  • χαίρων, V. γεγηθώς, ἄκλαυτος, P. ἀπαθής, ἀτιμώρητος. think you always to speak thus with impunity? V. ἦ καὶ γεγηθὼς ταῦτ' ἀεὶ λέξειν δοκεῖς; (Soph., Oedipus
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  • = thus, as follows.—III. As a local demonstrative (δεικτικῶς), referring to something done or pointed out by the speaker, = thus, as I do it; thus, as
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  • ou avec καί. Étymologie: ὥς, αὐτός. from ὡς and an adverb from αὐτός; as thus, i.e. in the same way: even so, likewise, after the same (in like) manner
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  • ἡ; see life. in what way: see how. in this way: P. and V. ταύτῃ, τῇδε; see thus. in that way: P. ἐκείνῃ, V. κείνῃ (Eur., Alcibiades 529). in another way:
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  • with which it had traditionally been associated (theurgy and philosophy), thus establishing medicine as a profession. However, the achievements of the writers
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  • ăd-huc: adv. I Prop., of place, to this place, hitherto, thus far (designating the limit, inclusive of the whole space traversed: hence often joined with
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  • E.Heracl.983, Ar.Ach.657, Eq.48; σὺ ταῦτα θώπευ' be it thine to flatter thus, S.El.397; θ. τὸν δεσπότην λόγῳ Pl.Tht.173a; τὸν δῆμον Aeschin.3.226; τὰς
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  • of philosophers like Plotinus and Porphyry influenced Saint Augustine and thus Christianity. Alfred North Whitehead once noted: "the safest general characterization
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  • χάσκειν). P. and V. ἆσθμα, τό. shortness of breath: P. δύσπνοια, ἡ (Xen.). thus he pants out his life in gasps: V. οὕτω τὸν αὑτοῦ θυμὸν ὁρμαίνει (Aesch.
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  • Aemĭlĭānus: a, um, adj. Aemilius, I relating to the Æmilian gens, Æmilian. Thus Scipio Africanus Minor, the son of Paulus Aemilius, was called Aemilianus
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  • decem novem, Caes. B. G. 1, 8; Tac. H. 2, 58.—    B Decem primi (separated thus in the inscrr.), or in one word, Dĕcemprīmi, ōrum, m., the heads or presidents
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  • (Thuc. 8, 1). in this emergency: P. and V. οὕτως ἐχόντων (lit., things being thus). ⇢ Look up "emergency" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus
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  • final seven years and the aftermath of the Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC), thus representing a thematic continuation of Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian
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  • sound, but usually of color); to shine; hence, to make a show, to boast; and thus to be (clamorously) foolish; to rave; causatively, to celebrate; also to
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  • at once, Hom. 3. of something following, thus, as follows, Hom.; ὧδ' ἠμείψατο Soph. 4. c. gen., ὧδε γένους thus off for family, Eur. II. of Place, hither
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  • adsp-: Words beginning thus, v. under asp-. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS
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  • (Aramaic) corresponding to כֵּן; so: thus. from כּוּן; properly, set upright; hence (figuratively as adjective) just; but usually (as adverb or conjunction)
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  • adst-: Words beginning thus, v. under ast-. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS
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  • rapporte. (2) (ὧς after οὐδ and καί): thus, <<>*<>>, in this way; often καὶ ὧς, ‘even thus’ (οὐδ' ὧς, ‘not even thus’), i. e. nevertheless (not). (1):
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  • indic. and w. the subj. in independent sentences, καί κέ τις ὧδ' ἐρέει, ‘thus many a one will be like to say,’ Il. 4.176 ; ἐγὼ δέ κ' ἄγω Βρῖσηΐδα, ‘just
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  • ἀθλιώτατόν ἐστιν Xen.). [dat. fem. sg. of οὗτος in this way. ταύτῃ = thus, as things are going, at this rate, in this way, on this side ⇢ Look up
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  • Johansson IF 8, 182, ἦλθον as a mix of ἤλυθον and ἦνθον (but see below). Thus Wackernagel Dehnungsgesetz 3 (= Kl. Schr. 2, 899) proposes to take ἦλθον
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  • adv. sice, orig. form of sic, q. v., and the interrog. particle ne, I so, thus; in interrog. and exclamatory sentences always beginning the sentence (once
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  • atque illi Misenum in litore sicco Ut venere, vident, etc., and as they thus came, etc., Verg. A. 6, 162: dixerat, atque illi sese deus obtulit ultro
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  • et, or quoque places it in closer connection with the first statement, and thus permits them to be viewed together): non modo falsum illud esse, sed hoc
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  • were bandied about: V. λόγοι… ἐρρόθουν κακοί (Soph., Antigone 259). why do I thus bandy words with you? V. τί ταῦτα σοῖς ἁμιλλῶμαι λόγοις; (Eur., Hippolytus
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  • 465: amnis musti, Pall. 11, 14, 18.—    C Of a writer, whose eloquence is thus compared to a flowing stream (v. flumen, II. B. and fluo, II. 2. B. 1.):
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  • extended from the rising of Sirius (end of July) to the setting of the Pleiades, thus corresponding nearly to our ‘dogdays,’ τεθαλυῖα, ‘luxuriant,’ ‘exuberant
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  • of things, under these circumstances, under these conditions, things being thus ⇢ Look up "οὕτως ἐχόντων" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation
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  • with קְטֻרוֹת through the idea of fumigation in a close place and perhaps thus driving out the occupants); to smoke, i.e. turn into fragrance by fire (especially
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  • such (a one) that, these, this (hath, man), on this side...on that side, X thus, very, which. Compare זֹאת, זוֹ, זוֹ, זוּ.
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  • אֱל֫וֹהַּ; gods in the ordinary sense; but specifically used (in the plural thus, especially with the article) of the supreme God; occasionally applied by
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  • [etym. unknown] Etymology: Considered as a verbal noun (*blowing) of ἄημι. Thus recently Jacquinod, REA 90, 1988, 319 - 323 (*h₂w-oh₁-to-). But the connection
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  • founder.    A In gen. (very rare): ipse deūm, Cic. poët. Div. 2, 30, 64; cf. thus of a father, Ov. M. 8, 309: creator atque opifex rerum, Luc. 10, 266: hujus
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  • wear; act., of clothing another, ἕσσᾶς με χλαῖναν τε χιτῶνά τε, Od. 14.396; thus regularly w. two accusatives, Il. 5.905, Od. 15.338, Od. 16.79; mid. w. acc
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  • Wiktionary LA | Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ (2) Ōtus (-thus, -thos, Œtus), ī, m. (Ὤθος), nom d’un géant : Virg. Cul. 233 ; Hyg. Fab.
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  • μάλιστα τοὐκείνου μὲν εὐτυχεῖς μέρος (Eur., Hecuba 989). so he encouraged them thus on the score of money: P. χρήμασι μὲν οὖν οὕτως ἐθάρσυνεν αὐτούς (Thuc. 2
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  • the phrases nec idcirco minus, nec eo minus, nec eo secius, neque eo magis; thus: nec idcirco minus, Cic. de Or. 2, 35, 151: neque eo minus, Liv. 41, 8, 8;
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  • Menelaüs, who, on account of her beauty, was carried off by Paris to Troy, and thus became the cause of the Trojan war, Cic. Phil. 2, 22, 55; Verg. A. 7, 364;
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  • or girl: pueri appellatione etiam puella significatur, Dig. 50, 16, 163.—Thus, as fem.: sancta puer Saturni filia, regina, Liv. And. ap. Prisc. p. 697
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  • Orig., a name for slaves, acc. to Gell. 4, 20, 12.—A slave of Cicero was thus named, Cic. Fam. 16, 16, 2; id. Att. 6, 2, 1; id. Q. Fr. 1, 2, 1, § 1.—Also
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  • Cŭrĭus: a, I the name of a Roman gens; thus M'. Curius Dentatus, the conqueror of the Samnites, Sabines, Lucanians, and of Pyrrhus; celebrated for his
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  • spoken, talk, task, + that, X there done, thing (concerning), thought, + thus, tidings, what(-soever), + wherewith, which, word, work.
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  • περί; att. p. περίεστι, v. περίειμι¹. (1)=περίεστι, Κ 2, Od. 12.279. —(2) thus written by ‘anastrophe’ for περί, when the prep. follows its case. πέρι:
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  • its own stands μέλισσα, -ττα f. bee (Il.), after Schwyzer Glotta 6, 84ff. (thus Fraenkel Glotta 32, 21) haplological for *μελί-λιχ-ι̯α "honey-leckering";
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  • Quintĭus: (Quinct-), i, m., I the name of a Roman gens. Thus,    1    L. Quintius Cincinnatus, Liv. 3, 26, 8 sq.—    2    T. Quintius Flaminius, Liv. 32
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  • Ῥέα, ἡ. Rhēa: ae, f., I an old Italian name. Thus, Rhea Silvia, daughter of Numitor and mother of Romulus and Remus, Liv. 1, 3; Flor. 1, 1, 1; Prud.
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  • —    4    In fem.: Claudĭa, a female of the gens Claudia.—    B Clodius. Thus the restless tribune of the people, and enemy of Cicero, P. Clodius Pulcher
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  • porrigitur (ab anno XIV.) usque ad vigesimum octavum annum,” Isid. Orig. 11, 2, 4. Thus Cicero, in de Or. 2, 2, calls Crassus adulescens, though he was 34 years
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  • so, thus (in Livy very often): haud dubius, facilem in aequo campi victoriam fore: adeo non fortuna modo, sed ratio etiam cum barbaris stabat, thus not
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  • indignatio, Hor. Epod. 4, 9.—    D Huc usque, or in one word, hucusque, hitherto, thus far (very rare): hucusque Sesostris exercitum duxit, Plin. 6, 29, 34, § 174
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  • ὁράω; to gaze (i.e. with wide-open eyes, as at something remarkable; and thus differing from βλέπω, which denotes simply voluntary observation; and from
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  • τε . . ὣς... as . . thus... h.Cer.174-6, E.Ba.1066-8; οἷα . . ὥς Id.El.151-5; ὥσπερ... ὣς δὲ . . (in apodosi) Pl.Prt.326d. 4 thus, for instance, Od.5.129
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  • life-less ("lying") property. The origin from προβαίνειν (thus already EM) is confirmed by it. Thus OIcel. ganganda fé "going cattle" = living stock beside
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  • Mercury winged shoes, and from Minerva a shield and the flying horse Pegasus. Thus armed, he killed and cut off the head of Medusa, whose look turned every
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  • analog. after other subst. in -τήρια, -τήριον (s. Chantraine Form. 63 f.); thus κατα-πλυντηρ-ίζω metaph. to shower with abusive words prop. to immerse in
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  • The -ε- is a prop vowel, Fur. 378ff. (thus these forms are real forms); variation α\/ο and β\/μ are well known (thus these are not mistakes); the γγ may
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  • more easily than something else, and may be rendered sooner (German eher): thus πολλῷ μᾶλλον in arguing from the less to the greater, L T Tr WH πολι μᾶλλον);
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  • ἐμέ-θεν (like οἴκο-θεν etc.). - Adjectivised ἐμέ gave the possessive ἐμός meus; thus Av. ma-, Hitt. -miš, Lat. meus. - Further Schwyzer 601ff. ἐμέ: {emé} Forms:
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  • Ruijgh τε épique 433 n. 76. Origin: IE [Indo-European] [62] *(h₁)er? now, thus, so questioning particle Etymology: On the use Schwyzer-Debrunner 558f, in
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  • Danaus of Libya. Hippolytus was the son of Aegyptus by an Arabian woman and thus full brother of Istrus, Chalcodon, Agenor, Chaetus, Diocorystes, Alces, Alcmenor
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  • v.); further καλαδία ἑυκάνη (= plane) H. [LSJ gives ῥυκάνη (plane-tree); thus Frisk s.v.; but this lemma does not exist in H.] with diff. ablaut, s.s.v
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  • (πλέκω), what is woven, plaited, or twisted together; a web, plait, braid: used thus of a net, Xenophon, Cyril 1,6, 28; of a basket, Euripides, Plato; πλέγμα
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  • Müll.), m., I the name of a patrician and plebeian gens, Cic. Fam. 9, 21, 2.—Thus,    1    The dictator, L. Papirius Cursor, Liv. 8, 30; Cic. 1. 1.—    2   
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  • Ist. Lomb. 73: 2, 47 to βαίνω as "qui medius it" (?); thus also on ἐγγύς and πρέσβυς (s. vv.). Thus also De Lamberterie, RPh. 72(1998)132, with μεσση as
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  • Cheruscan prince, who defeated Varus in the Teutoburg forest, A.D. 9, and thus freed Germany from the dominion of the Romans, Vell. 2, 118; Flor. 4, 12
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  • servus; I e. g. Marcipor, Lucipor, etc., i. e. servus Marci, etc., Prisc. 6.—Thus also pora for puera, i. e. serva, Inscr. Rein. Class. 17, n. 180. * Look
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  • ap-túr passing the waters, viśva-túr overcoming everything etc. (cf. τέρμα). Thus (after Grimm a.o.) esp. Thieme Studien 5ff. with extensive argumentation
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  • area; note the adjunct διιπετής (Π 174, δ 477) which is difficult however. Thus Persson Beitr. 2, 654. Kretschmer Glotta 22, 265 u. 27, 248f., Runes IF 50
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  • Undertaking to fetch from Phylace in Thessaly the cattle of Iphiclus, and thus to win the hand of Pero for his brother Bias, he was taken captive, as he
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  • or Ataroth; plural of עֲטָרָה; Ataroth, the name (thus simply) of two places in Palestine: Ataroth.
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  • V. πρᾶγμα τό. in this contingency: P. and V. οὕτως ἐχόντων (things being thus). ⇢ Look up "contingency" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus
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  • before the name of the gens, the first name, prœnomen, usually abbreviated; thus, in M. Tullius Cicero, Marcus is the prænomen, as A. = Aulus, C. = Caius
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  • root; properly, to pound, i.e. smite; by implication (as if beating out, and thus expanding) to disperse; also, to thrust off, down, out or upon (inclusively
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  • γυῖα, Il. 10.390; sometimes causal, thereunder, thereby, Od. 8.380, Il. 8.4; thus to denote accompaniment in music, λίνον δ' ὑπὸ κᾶλὸν ἄειδεν (to it, the harp)
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  • from the earth, it was said that he had been carried off by the harpies. Thus, they carried off the daughters of king Pandareus and gave them as servants
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  • from אָנַשׁ; properly, a mortal (and thus differing from the more dignified אָדָם); hence, a man in general (singly or collectively): another, X (blood-)thirsty
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  • nummus: (thus written in the better MSS., others nūmus), i ( I gen. plur. usu. nummūm, but nummorum, Plaut. Trin. 1, 2, 115; Cic. Verr. 2, 3, 49, § 117;
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  • (nine times in John), Tdf. (in οὐκ, ἔτι), an adverb which denies simply, and thus differs from μηκέτι (which see), no longer, no more, no further: οὐκέτι ἦλθον
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  • of philosophers like Plotinus and Porphyry influenced Saint Augustine and thus Christianity. Alfred North Whitehead once noted: "the safest general characterization
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  • C. 150 should be pointed thus: ἒ ἒ ἀλαῶν ὀμμάτων! ἆρα καὶ ἦσθα φυτάλμιος δυσαίων; woe for thy blind eyes! say wast thou thus miserable by nature, from
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  • cannot be IE, and the whole points to Pre-Greek origin. Thus Kuiper Gedenkschr. Kretchmer 1956, 225; thus Fur. passim. θάμβος, εος, [from Root !ταφ, v. τέθηπα
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  • derivative of πόνος; hurtful, i.e. evil (properly, in effect or influence, and thus differing from κακός, which refers rather to essential character, as well
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  • daughter of the river-god Asopus, and thus, brother of Damocrateia. In some accounts, his mother was Europa and thus possible brother to Minos, Rhadamanthus
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  • ὁ αὐτός. neuter plural of ὁ and αὐτός as adverb; in the same way: even thus, (manner) like, so. ταὐτά: in crasi = τὰ αὐτά. 原文音譯:taÙt£ 特-凹他 詞類次數:形容詞(4)
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  • Ruijgh τε épique 433 n. 76. Origin: IE [Indo-European] [62] *(h₁)er? now, thus, so questioning particle Etymology: On the use Schwyzer-Debrunner 558f, in
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  • lams (ι 222). Origin: see ἔρση Etymology: Prob. just metonymic = ἕρση dew. Thus δρόσος in A. and Call. (s. s. v.), cf. also μητέρες ψακαλοῦχοι (S. Fr. 793)
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  • Derivatives: Without the suffixes (or from δειρή; s. below) δειραῖος hilly (Lyc.); thus as last member ὑψί-δειρος. - Also δεῖρος λόφος. καὶ ἀνάντης τόπος H.; derived
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  • for זֶה; this or that: as well as another, it, this, that, thus and thus.
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  • languages had it from Anatolia, which seems the most probable interpretation. Thus Fur. 295, 257, who points out that the suffix of λεσχάραι is non-Greek; he
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  • οὑτινοσοῦν ὑποκειμένου acc. to Hdn. Gr. ap. OrionLex.col.168: but ψιάω is thus glossed in An.Ox.1.401. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works
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  • Κάδμος\/Κάσμος We might assume an affricate as the origin (*-medm-\/-mesm- < *-mecm-). Thus Agamemnon, like Achilles, would be a Pre-Greek name. ἄγαν μέμνων (from
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  • mixture, Cels. 5, 26 fin.; 6, 6, 16; Plin. 23, 8, 77, § 149; Veg. 1, 17, 16. Thus the title of a writing of Scribonius: Compositiones medicae.—    B Trop.
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  • fem. acc.; πρῴην after πρῴ. Thus πρω-ΐ after locatives like ἦρι, πέρυσι, ἀντί; basic forms as *πρωϜαν, *πρωϜιαν, *πρωϜι (thus still Mezger Word 2, 231) are
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  • of Priam, who by the help of Aphrodīte carried off Helen from Sparta and thus brought on the war with Troy, Il. 24.28 ff. The name Paris is supposed to
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  • p. 538, 8 et saep.—    2    In gen., a way, passage, channel, pipe, etc.; thus, a lane in a camp, Caes. B. G. 5, 49; a passage between the seats of a theatre
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  • acquired the accessory idea of (moral or social) dignity, rank. Matronae is thus used even by Ennius of women of quality, ladies: matronae opulentae, optimates
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  • πρός τι prepare oneself for... Hld.10.10:— Pass., νηλεῶς ὧδ' ἐρρύθμισμαι thus ruthlessly am I brought to order, A. Pr.243; ὄρνιθες ἐρρυθμισμένοι τὴν γλῶτταν
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  • 214 n. 11). By Curtius 158 connected with Skt. kumbhá-, Av. xumba- m. pot; thus (with Fick, Pedersen) Celt. vase-names as MIr. comm, cummal; more in Bq,
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  • because οἷα went before, ib. 693. Of τίς only the neut. is thus used (v. supr.); ποῖος is thus used not only in neut. pl., τὰ ποῖα; E. Ph. 707; but also
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  • *dhal-ukʷ-; the syncopated form without -u-, gave θάλπω. Thus Kuiper, Lingua 21 (1968) 270-275; thus Furnée 384, 391. On syncope in Pre-Greek Fur. 378-385
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  • known, they are designated by duo. The difference between ambo and uterque is thus given by Charis. p. 49 P.: Ambo non est dicendum, nisi de his, qui uno tempore
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  • ritual actions of the fetials when recording the wars of Tullus Hostilius. Thus some scholars think the mentions of the Aequi may be a misinterpretation
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  • 6, 463; cf.: nunc ego mitibus Mutare quaero tristia, Hor. C. 1, 16, 26. Thus Ovid called his elegies that were written in exile Tristia.— II In partic
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  • Ruijgh τε épique 433 n. 76. Origin: IE [Indo-European] [62] *(h₁)er? now, thus, so questioning particle Etymology: On the use Schwyzer-Debrunner 558f, in
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  • sēdĭtĭo: ōnis, f. sed, i. e. sine (v. h. v.), and itio; thus, orig., a going aside, going apart; hence, I Lit., an insurrectionary separation (political
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  • general notion or class to which this individual person or thing belongs, and thus it indicates quality: one who, such a one as, of such a nature that (cf.
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  • Étrennes Benveniste 3), perh. Illyrian (s. lit. in W.-Hofmann s. lembus). Thus Krahe Gymnasium 59, 79, from IE *lengʷho-s (to ἐλαφρός etc.?). - Old IE etymologies
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  • 1.142; an acc. in the same clause may specify the relation of the adv., thus preparing the way for a true prepositional use, τὼ δ' εἰς ἀμφοτέρω Διομήδεος
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  • 308, W.-Hofmann s. lanx; this is certainly wong, as the word is Pre-Greek; thus Ernout-Meillet s. lanx. - From λεκάνη Arab. leken, Osm. lejen > NGr. τὸ λεγένι
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  • daughter of the river-god Asopus, and thus, brother of Damocrateia. In some accounts, his mother was Europa and thus possible brother to Minos, Rhadamanthus
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  • (on the phonetics s. Schwyzer 250; thus Chantraine l. c.. 44 n. 1). But it is not clear why the god would have been thus called; a suggestion in Boßhardt
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  • like quum for cum, quur for cur, etc.; cf. Freund ad Cic. Mil. p. 31 sq. Thus Charis. p. 92 P. upon Cic. N. D. 3, 20, 51, reads arcuis; Prisc. p. 712 P
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  • This must be understood as "[the city of] Wilusa and [the land of] Troy." (Thus Mrs. Bachvarova, From Hittite to Homer...2002.) Taruiša must be read [[[Truisa]]]
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  • genitalia. It would be then a euphemism identical with μήδεα counsels, cares. Thus (doubting) Spitzer BSL 40, 47 with P. Friedländer, with Lat. mentula (to
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  • v. διαλέγω. only aor. mid., τίη μοι ταῦτα φίλος διελέξατο θῦμός, thus ‘hold converse’ with me, Il. 11.407, Il. 17.97, Il. 22.122. middle voice from
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  • from the same as κομίζω; the hair of the head (locks, as ornamental, and thus differing from θρίξ; which properly denotes merely the scalp): hair. κόμης
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  • thus: P. and V. οὕτως, οὕτω, ὧδε, ταύτῃ, τῇδε; see thus. With adj. and adv.: P. and V. οὕτως, οὕτω, ὧδε. not even so: P. and V. οὐδὲ ὥς, μηδὲ ὥς. similarly:
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  • pecuniae, id. Agr. 2, 22: tritici, id. Ac. 2, 29: farris, Verg. G. 1, 185; thus Ovid calls Chaos: caecus acervus, M. 1, 24.—    B A heap considered as a
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  • Sprache 5, 144 cross of σῦλον (s. συλάω) and σκῦτος. σκύλος too is connected (thus still s. ἐπισκύνιον, where further lit.), but the meaning skin stripped off
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  • meditando, ut nemo planius esse locutus putaretur, Cic. de Or. 1, 61, 260; and thus in ridicule, id. Fam. 2, 10, 1: os pueri, Hor. Ep. 2, 1, 126: senectus, id
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  • Ribezzo Don. nat. Schrijnen 351 as expressive word\/Lallwort to τήθη, τηθίς; thus v. Windekens Beitr. z. Namenforschung 2, 62f., Carnoy Le Muséon 67, 360:
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  • 147: illa dissimilium concordia, quam vocant ἁρμονίαν, Quint. 1, 10, 12; cf. thus discors (rerum), νεῖκος καὶ φιλία, Ov. M. 1, 433; Hor. Ep. 1, 12, 19: poëtae
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  • κληματίς (EM, Suid., H.); m.pl. ὠσχοί τὰ νέα κλήματα σὺν αὑτοῖς τοῖς βότρυσι H. (thus a.o. EM 619, 32, where οἰ- after οἶνος?); sg. Aristodem. ap. Ath. 11, 495
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  • upright and godly man whose agency God employs in executing his purposes; thus in the N. T. Jesus the Messiah: Clement of Rome, 1 Corinthians 59,2 [ET]);
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  • rapidly, πτέρυγας E. IT1142 (lyr.); τίς ὅδ' ἀγών… θοάζων σε; what task is thus hurrying thee on? Id.Or.335; θοάζω Βρομίῳ πόνον ἡδύν urge it on, Id.Ba.65;
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  • With respect to disputed matters, which are to be distinguished between, and thus decided upon, the decisive point, turning-point, critical moment, determination
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  • 9, 3 al.—    3    With the accessory idea of judging, to take a thing thus or thus, to interpret or explain, usually constr. with ad or in c. acc.: quibus
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  • meaning properly, to filtrate, i.e. be limpid (comp נִמְרָה and נִמְרִים); and thus to spot or stain as if by dripping; a leopard (from its stripes): leopard
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  • a collective form of חָצֵר; village; Chatsor, the name (thus simply) of two places in Palestine and of one in Arabia: Hazor.
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  • from a form of צוּד and meaning the same; the chase; also game (thus taken); (generally) lunch (especially for a journey): X catcheth, food, X hunter,
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  • indic. and w. the subj. in independent sentences, καί κέ τις ὧδ' ἐρέει, ‘thus many a one will be like to say,’ Il. 4.176 ; ἐγὼ δέ κ' ἄγω Βρῖσηΐδα, ‘just
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  • Plancĭus: i, m., I the name of a Roman gens. Thus, Cn. Plancius, a friend of Cicero, and defended by him against a charge of bribery, in an oration still
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  • temples; so κροταφίς prop. "Schläfengerät"? Thus also Wüst Ρῆμα 1, 11 ff. - Fur. 257 connects κόρση temple; thus Forbes, Glotta 36, 258ff, κρότᾰφος, ὁ
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  • Diff., not better, Prellwitz KZ 44, 123f., Glotta 19, 126, Fick KZ 45, 56f. (thus Bechtel Lex. s. v.), Pisani Rend. Acc. Lincei 4-5 (1929) 4. - Blanc, Mél
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  • the relevant Semit. words, e.g. Arab. wain, Hebr. jajin (common *wainu-?). Thus Beekes, MSS 48(1987)21-6, who points out that the Hitt. form requires *u̯ih₁on-
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  • loanword (Ernout-Meillet, who want to connect the also unclear Lat. insula; thus Skok Glotta 25, 217ff; against this W. Hofmann s.v.) - For a Pre-Greek loan
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  • a person once mentioned (and perhaps returned to after an interruption), thus usually the very opp. of ὃ δέ, which introduces a new person in antithesis
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  • 6.173, etc.; so τῶν τε ὑπὸ γῆς θεῶν καὶ τῶν τ. Pl.Lg.958d. b of Manner, thus, A.Eu.45; ὅρα δὲ καὶ τ., ὅτι . . Pl.Phd.79e, cf. R.433e, etc. 2 acc. neut
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  • folketymol. after σφάλλω because of the undermining activity of the mole; thus σπάλαξ after σπάω tear off(?) referring to the skin (Grégoire Byzantion
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  • by the addition of an appropriate case of a subst. in the same sentence, thus showing the transition to the true prepositional usage, πὰρ δ' ἴσαν Ὠκεανοῦ
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  • καστανίαι (Dsc.) Compounds: As 2. member in βαλανο-κάστανον = βάλανος καστανικός (thus Gal.) and βολβο-κάστανον earth-nut (Alex. Trall.). Derivatives: καστάναια
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  • cf. Inscr. Orell. 2318), to gash their arms and shoulders with knives, and thus to offer their blood, Tib. 1, 6, 45 sq.; Juv. 4, 123; Luc. 1, 565; Tert.
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  • Lexilogus4 114 n. 4 to ζόφος dark, west, which DELG calls certain; s. ζόφος. Thus Risch, Mus. Helv. 25 (1968) 205-213, with a suggestion for the formation
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  •    2    Adj., of or pertaining to King Atlas; and subst., his female posterity; thus the Pleiades and Hyades, connected as constellations in the heavens, are
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  • accompanied or unaccompanied, whether of praise or on any other subject. Thus it was quite possible for the same song to be at once ψαλμός, ὕμνος and ᾠδή
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  • connection with γῆ is improbable. But it could mean earth-born = antique; thus LSJ.
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  • λήθετ' ἐφετμέων... ἀλλ' ἥ γ' ἀνεδύσετο Il.1.496, cf. 11.226. III after ὥς (thus), ib.136,al. IV Adverbial usages : 1 dat. τῇ γε, there, at that point, 6
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  • somnum, i. e. by spinning, Prop. 1, 3, 41.—    B Of threads of other sorts; thus, of the thread of Ariadne, Prop. 4 (5), 4, 42; of the spider, Ov. M. 6, 145;
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  • which holds that the planets move according to mathematical equations and thus resonate to produce an inaudible symphony of music. Scholars debate whether
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  • Orig., to make one person or thing another: facere, ut aliquis alius sit. Thus, in Plaut., Sosia says to Mercury, who represented himself as Sosia: certe
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  • adjunxit aedibus, added a new part, Cic. Off. 1, 39, 138; so id. Att. 16, 16. Thus Syphax is called, accessio Punici belli, as not being the chief enemy in
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  • Act. 5, 37.—    B Transf.    1    A public register of persons or property thus given in (class.): in Leontino jugerum subscriptio ac professio non est plus
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  • in correct language, had reference only to the baths of private persons. Thus, Cicero terms the baths at the villa of his brother Quintus balnearia.
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  • in the N. T. the message or proclamation by the heralds of God or Chris t: thus the proclamation of the necessity of repentance and reformation made by the
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  • exactly Lat. frīgus n. cold, frost, shivering when we posit IE *sriHgos n. Thus ῥιγέω = Lat. frīgeō, but they may originate from parallel innovation. Further
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  • 1252, cf. J.AJ3.14.4; σὺ ταῦτα . . τοῦδ' ὑπερμαχεῖς ἐμοί; dost thou fight thus for him against me? S.Aj.1346 (in Luc.Pisc.23, τούτου is prob. to be restored):
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  • semantically close rhiming words κλαδ-αρός : -άω : -ος, μαδ-αρός : -άω : -ος; thus ῥυπ-αρός : -άω : -ος a.o.; s. Chantraine Form. 227. The genetic relation
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  • ἀληθείας, Lucian, cal. non tem. cred. 32); to cause something to exist and thus to come to light and become clear to all: ζωήν καί ἀφθαρσίαν διά τοῦ εὐαγγελίου
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  • οὐδ' ὥς = not even so, not even thus ⇢ Look up "οὐδ' ὥς" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English to
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  • carmen, id. 3, 64, 10. — The formula made use of in such a rogation runs thus, in Gell. 5, 19, 9: velitis jubeatis uti, etc. (here follows the proposed
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  • adsc-: Words beginning thus, v. under asc-. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS
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  • -άω (cf. Chantraine Gramm. hom. 1, 358, Schwyzer 727), -σσ- beside -σ- (thus also νεμέσσι dat. sg. Z 335) also analogical-metrical (not with Schwyzer
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  • assumed κρατύς hard and αἰγ- in αἰγίλωψ (s. v.), which explains nothing. Thus also Mayer Glotta 35, 157 (to αἰγ-ανέη). Wrong Machek Ling. Posn. 2, 152
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  • 205-216; the word would have been adopted independently by Greeks and Romans (thus Fur. ib.). Hardly to γάβαθον, Fur. 352. a couch, bed, Lat. grabatus,
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  • diff. built Hitt. piddāi- (pittii̯ami, pittāizzi usw.) run, hurry, flee. Thus ποτέομαι and Skt. patáyati fly, hurry agree; however πωτάομαι is independent
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  • "water milfoil (Federkraut)", to πτερόν, because of the form of the leaves. Thus Farn (OHG far(a)n etc.) = Skt. parṇá-, Av. parǝna- n. wing, feather, leaf
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  • bad sense, while aemulatio is employed both in a good and bad sense) Cic. thus explains this word: aemulatio dupliciter illa quidem dicitur, ut et in laude
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  • Korlandt, MSS 42 (1983)97-104); graphically influenced by kontracted εἴκοσι; thus Herakl. Ϝείκατι. The ο-vowel in εἴκοσι from εἰκοστός (diff. Meillet MSL 16
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  • indicated); the -en- has no clear function and is not found elsewhere after op-; thus the connection of opulentus with the Hittite word disappears. - Irene Balles
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  • (present or aorist?; s. below) of which the dental before dental gave κεσ-. Thus κεσ-τός (< *κεντ-τός) stitched (ep.; Ammann Μνήμης χάριν 1, 17); κέσ-τρον
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  • ἄν-οζος. In Myc. aupono \/Ahupnos\/, a proper name, the a- stands before h-; thus class. ἄυπνος. Also before o- the wau was originally retained: ἀόριστος.
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  • Verg. 436 sq.; id. G. 1, 481 n. Wagn. The grammarian Caper distinguishes thus: vortex fluminis est, vertex capitis; but this distinction was unknown in
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  • Procl.); but in the sense of stranger, emigrant (LXX) prob. from πέρα(ν); thus περα-τικός coming from a strange (ulterior) country, foreign (Peripl. M.
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  • ὁρμαθός etc. Connected with κλώθω, de Saussure Mém. 267, which is impossible. (Thus Bechtel Lex. 196, Schwyzer 361.) Prob. Pre-Greek. κᾰ́λᾰθος, ὁ, I. a vase-shaped
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  • shin-bone under the knee, and fastened by clasps at the ankle (see cut No. 36), thus only in the Iliad. In the Odyssey, Od. 24.229, the word signifies leather
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  • [iːpʰiɡéneː.a]) was a daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra, and thus a princess of Mycenae. ar: إيفيجينيا; be: Іфігенія; bg: Ифигения; br: Ifigeneia;
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  • Collatinus, who, when dishonored by Sex. Tarquinius, put herself to death, and thus became the immediate cause of the expulsion of the Tarquins from Rome, Cic
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  • connū-bĭum; cf. Rib. prol. Verg. p. 393), ii (m the poets often trisyl., thus: I conubio, Verg. A. 1, 73; 4, 126; 7, 253; Ov. M. 6, 428: conubia, Lucr
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  • Gramm. hom. 1, 349). From there ὀλιγηπελ-ίη f. weakness, impotence (ε 468). Thus εὑηπελ-ίη f. strength, thriving (Call.: εὑηπελής H.), opposite κακηπελ-ίη
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  • Megareus, who conquered Atalanta, the daughter of Schœneus, in a race, and thus obtained her as his wife, Ov. M. 10, 575 sq.; 632; Hyg. Fab. 185; Serv. Verg
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  • σχίζω. The suffix -αλμ- is not IE, but it is Pre-Greek, cf. ὀφθαλμός (s. v.); thus Beekes Devel. 193f., FS Kortlandt. The second α is a secondary prop vowel
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  • To be rejected Johansson BB 13, 119 and Bezzenberger KZ 42, 192 (s. Bq); thus Prellwitz Glotta 19, 103. -- Furnée 376 compares ἰσμῆναι θῆκαι, ἀκόλουθοι
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  • ἀαδής Thgn. 285 (corr. from ἀδαής, which DELG doubts). S. ἁνδάνω, ἡδύς. Thus Schulze Q. 452f. Quite uncertain. [Prob. from ἄδην λέσχη, talking to satiety
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  • (ἐμπῳ̃, ἐπ-εμπήτω) execute (a fixed punishment), realise, πέπαμαι, πᾶς etc. Thus Hirt IF 32, 221 and WP. 1, 366. - Improbable that ἐμ- is IE sem- in εἷς (Schwyzer
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  • δεσπότης and δόμος) and the root ἀρ- in ἀραρίσκω with a dental suffixe; thus δόμορ-τ-ις (Schwyzer 451 m. A. 3). - Others assume in δάμαρ an old neuter
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  • because he preferred long life to sight, or, as reported in the Argonautica (thus the best-known version), for revealing the future to mankind. For this reason
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  • Aeolic) or -υχ- with anticipation of the labial element (Beekes Pre-Greek). Thus we have *ἀφ-ην\/ αὐ-χήν; ἄμφ-ην then has the well-known prenasalisation.
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  • end, men (so stumble at) take such offence at, that they reject him and thus bring upon themselves ruin, λίθοι ζῶντες, living stones (see ζάω, as above)
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  • 3, 8, 67; 8, 2, 12; 10, 7, 30 al.; Tac. A. 6, 47; Suet. Tib. 61 et saep. Thus the two works of Cæsar upon the Gallic and civil wars are called Commentarii
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  • F
    grammarians, misled by the shape, ascribed to F the power of the digamma; thus: ϝ> Aeolicum digamma, quod apud antiquissimos Latinorum eandem vim quam apud
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  • word, s. W.-Hofmann s.v. For Mediterranan origin of mūrex Ernout-Meillet; thus also on μύαξ Chantraine Form. 378; DELG rejects all hypotheses. - The suffix
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  • Origin: XX [etym. unknown] Etymology: The ancients believed that the fish was thus called because it cried; Strömberg Fischnamen 63-6; Thompson, Fishes s.v
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  • phrases as ὣς ἄρα φωνήσας 2.35, al.; ὣς ἄρ' ἔφη 1.584, al.; ἦ ῥα 3.355, al., thus, then he spoke.—This usage is universal in Greek. 2 explanation of that which
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  • also Anionis in Front. Aquaed. § 92; I and, ANIONIS, Inscr. Orell. 3203; and thus, during the whole class. per., Anio remained the principal form of the nom
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  • noun front, which is also seen in the frozen ἄντα, ἀντι, ἄντην (s. vv.). Thus ἄναντα up a mountain with ἀνάντης up-hill, κάταντα downwards, downhill with
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  • Exeget. Hdb. on Sap. (xii. 10), p. 224; implanted by others' instruction: thus τόν ἔμφυτον λόγον, the doctrine implanted by your teachers (others by God;
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  • *l̥). A comparison *μαλύνω : mul̃vinti with -υν- = -vin- from IE -u̯n̥- (thus Fraenkel Gnomon 22, 237) is impossible, as mul̃vinti is a Lith. factitive
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  • (TheoC.) Derivatives: Beside it the demonstrative τηλίκος, Dor. ταλ- thus old, thus big (Il.) with τηλικόσδε, τηλικοῦτος (Att.) and the interrogative πηλίκος
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  • been erected pillar, post, we can compare some Balt.-Slav. and Germ. words. Thus Russ. stóg m. heap, heap of hay, Bulg. stéžer post to bind horses to, bar
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  • original form, the pronoun is was declined, while the suffix was unchanged; thus eopte = eo ipso, Paul. ex Fest. p. 110: eapse = ea ipsa, id. p. 77; nom.
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  • (perh. it is better to explain bidens here as = fulmen, from its forked form; thus Bidental = Fulminar, the temple, or the consecrated place of lightning):
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  • Triopas. Callirhoe, daughter of the river god Scamander, wife of Tros, and thus, mother of Ilus, Assaracus, Ganymede, Cleopatra and possibly, Cleomestra
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  • 23; ib. 49, 15, 26; Cod. Just. 1, 10, 12; 6, 55, 6; App. M. 6, p. 177, 6.—Thus the Parthenians (v. Partheniae) were also called Spurii, acc. to Just. 20
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  • aestivum (Thphr., Gal.), as protecting against the th. or arisen from a th.; thus κεραυνία = ἀείζῳον μικρόν (Ps.-Dsc.), cf. Strömberg Pflanzennamen 79f.; also
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  • priest (Didyma). After Bochart (Lewy Fremdw. 258) Sem., cf. Hebr. kōhēn pries; thus Grimme Glotta 14, 19. - Even more uncertain is κοῖος = ἀριθμός (Ath. 10,
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  • confīdentĭa: ae, f. confidens. I A firm trust in a thing, confidence (thus very rare): scapularum. Plaut. As. 3, 2, 3.—With acc. and inf.: confidentia'st
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  • ClassPhil. 3, 76 as "the cunning" to Lith. skíedžiu, skíesti separate etc.; thus also Schrader BB 15, 138: to Skt. chidura- deceitful (in this meaning only
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  • Several instances of popular etymology are attested from ancient authors. Thus, the Greeks most often associated Apollo's name with the Greek verb ἀπόλλυμι
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  • γυῖα, Il. 10.390; sometimes causal, thereunder, thereby, Od. 8.380, Il. 8.4; thus to denote accompaniment in music, λίνον δ' ὑπὸ κᾶλὸν ἄειδεν (to it, the harp)
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  • Aeschylus Ag. 259; Thucydides 1,132;. The Sept. ἀρχηγός λόγων εἰρηνικῶν) and thus affords an example, a predecessor in a matter": τῆς πίστεως, of Christ, Hebrews
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  • his intellectual brilliance, guile, and versatility (polytropos), and is thus known by the epithet Odysseus the Cunning (Greek: μῆτις or mētis, "cunning
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  • from the earth, it was said that he had been carried off by the harpies. Thus, they carried off the daughters of king Pandareus and gave them as servants
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  • connects also κῶμος; diff. on this Persson Beitr. 1, 160; s. κῶμος and κώμυς.) Thus the word is unexplained. κώμη, ἡ, = Lat. vicus, a village or country town
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  • Aeschin.2.5, 3.256, Hyp.Lyc.2, Theopomp. Hist.107,267, Luc.Tim.36; having thus abused their legal powers, they were treated as criminals, [οἱ τριάκοντα]
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  • γεννάω (Wackernagel KZ 30, 300 and 314) or the verb from the noun (DELG). Thus γενναῖος seems an old derivation from γέννα. It has been suggested that γενναῖος
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  • δαυκ\/χ-(ν\/μ)-; note that there is no *λαυφ-; cf. Beekes, Pre-Greek (B 1). Thus δαφν- and δαυκ\/χ-ν\/μ- were one word. [deriv. uncertain] the laurel,
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  • rationalistically, Pl.Phdr.229c; καίπερ οὕτω τούτου σεσοφισμένου though he has dealt thus craftily, D.29.28; σοφίσασθαι πρός τι to use fraud for an end, Plb.6.58.12;
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  • note however the alternative explanation of λογάδας as ψήφους λευκάς' in H. Thus(?) Swed. ögon-sten eye-ball, prop. "eyestone". - Wrong EM 572, 42 (to λοξόομαι
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  • prothetic vowel and considers the word as a substr. word; note -ος : -η). Thus also Pisani, Paideia 11 (1956) 296. ἀφάκη: {aphákē} Forms: auch ἄφακος
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  • been uncritically taken over. In fact Kretschmer has no specific argument. Thus Gantz, Early Gr. Myth (1993), who discusses the Dioskouroi rather extensively
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  • with which it had traditionally been associated (theurgy and philosophy), thus establishing medicine as a profession. However, the achievements of the writers
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  • Over against μῆκος stands with short vowel Av. masah- n. length, greatness; thus against μήκιστος Av. masišta-, OP maθišta- (like comp. masyå, pos. mas-)
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  • breathe, Il. 20.440†. a primary verb; to breathe (voluntarily but gently, thus differing on the one hand from πνέω, which denotes properly a forcible respiration;
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  • the root of which consists of several separate cloves (γελγῖθεσ), and is thus distinguished from the onion (κρόμμυον), and leek (πράσον), Hdt.; in pl.
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  • in me, and stirring in the minds of my hearers the most holy emotions and thus persuading them, 1 Corinthians 2:4 (contextually opposed to proof by rhetorical
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  • 17). - To take ἅρπη as the basis of ἅρπαξ, ἁρπάγη, ἁρπάζω is improbable; thus Szemerényi, Syncope 205, 213. [v. ἁρπάζω I. a bird of prey, a kite, Il
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  • Klümpchen, Knöllchen, Stückchen, murrae, Vitr. 8, 3, 13: nivis, Scrib. Larg. 199: thus exiguum et odoris alicuius unam concremare glebulam, Arnob. 7, 12. p. 246
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  • 703. IV in late Ep., = οἷος, Nic.Th.762, Al.232,293. V neut. τοῖον as Adv., thus, so much, τοῖον γὰρ ὑποτρομέουσι Il.22.241, cf. Od.3.496; θάμα τ. ever so
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  • lengthening of the α-vowel, partly through compositional lengthening or analogy (thus certainly in Ion. -ηγ-), partly also after κατ-άγνυμι, ἔαγα; cf. Schwyzer
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  • derived from γλαυκός; rejected by Thompson Birds s. v. as folketymology; thus also Pötscher (s.s.v. γλαυκῶπις). Some bird names with k-suffix noted by
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  • tribuamus aliquid, cras autem etc., id. ib. 1, 49, 119; id. Off. 1, 7, 24; and thus in Tac. several times, but only in Ann. and Or.: bene intellegit ceteros
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  • only suppositions. Starting from the idea moistness, standing water etc. (thus Benveniste Origines 123) Bq with J. Schmidt Zur Gesch. d. idg. Vocalismus
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  • πῶυ (< *πῶι̯υ) one posited a root with an original long diphthong pōi- (thus Pok. 839); s. ποιμήν w. further lit. (we now know that they had (*peh₂-i-
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  • his intellectual brilliance, guile, and versatility (polytropos), and is thus known by the epithet Odysseus the Cunning (Greek: μῆτις or mētis, "cunning
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  • Meaning: old woman (Il.); a sea-crab (Artem., H., s. Strömberg Fischnamen 95, thus also γραῖα [Epich.]); said of the scum of boiled milk (Ar.) Other forms:
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  • become *marwida- by anaptyxis; for lead as dark cf. Lat. plumbum nigrum. Thus Melchert in Hittites, Greeks and their neighborrs in Ancient Anatolia, ed
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  • jusqu’alors. Étymologie: ion. et poét. c. ἐκεῖσε. (κεῖνος): thither, there; ‘thus far,’ Il. 23.461. κεῑσε (Α) (ιων. και επικ. τ.) βλ. εκείσε. * Αναζήτηση
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  • ῥυ-μός a.o. explained from ἐρύω draw, pluck; often interpreted as drawn near (thus also above s. ἐρύω), not quite convincing, as one expects rather a technical
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  • through the idea of sudden motion); to fling (properly, with a quick toss, thus differing from βάλλω, which denotes a deliberate hurl; and from teino (see
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  • 17, a.; (BB. DD.). In it is said that his wife was Herodias (see Ἡρῳδιάς); thus Herod, the son of Herod the Great by Mariamne the daughter of the high priest
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  • expld. by Sch. as = ἐδαψιλεύετο, these were the prodigalities indulged in, thus were all advantages squandered away, D.19.43. 2 = ἀλαζονεύομαι, Men.347.
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  • mind, morbid state or condition, disease, but never strictly for aegritudo.—Thus Cicero says, after giving, in the passage above quoted, the distinction between
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  • Reg. 5, 11: artifex aerarius, a worker in bronze, ib. 3 Reg. 7, 14 (often thus used in Vulg. for opifex).—Also absol.: artifex, Plaut. Am. prol. 70: multi
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  • elements] Etymology: So called, because her husband is a famous warrior. Thus Hektor's son has the name Ἀστυάναξ, i.e. ruler, protector of the city, after
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  • Ο. 261· θύη πρὸ παίδων Αἰσχύλ. Εὐμ. 835. 2) παρὰ μεταγεν., θυμίαμα, Λατ. thus, Ἱππ. παρὰ Γαλην., Θεόκρ. 2. 10· ἀλλὰ τὸ θυμίαμα εἶναι ἄγνωστον παρ’ Ὁμ.
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  • peculiarly his own and to be attended continually by his gracious oversight: thus of the Israelites, Winer's Grammar, § 32,4b.), τινα ἐν Χριστῷ, so that the
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  • 194), λευκαὶ φρένες μαινόμεναι H. (quite diff. F. Hartmann KZ 60, 223); thus Havers Sprache 4, 32, Pok. 687; to λευκός a. rel. also Lasso de la Vega Emer
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  • δόξα τίνος, praise or honor coming to someone, τῶν ἀνθρώπων, τοῦ Θεοῦ, δόξα: thus, ὑμεῖς ἐστε ἡ δόξα ἡμῶν, ἀδελφοί ἡμῶν δόξα Χριστοῦ, ζητεῖν τήν ἰδίαν δόξαν
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  •    2    Adj., of or pertaining to King Atlas; and subst., his female posterity; thus the Pleiades and Hyades, connected as constellations in the heavens, are
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  • -- Rejection or doubt by Bechtel Dial. 1, 64f., Fraenkel Lexis 3, 50 ff., thus by several other scholars, who proposed instead other, certainly not better
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  • contrive, Tac. A. 12, 14: insidias, Val. Max. 3, 8, 5: talia nectebant, they thus conversed, Stat. Th. 8, 637. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus
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  • what gives the human body shape and form"; certainly not to be preferred. -- Thus also Lubotsky, Sprache 36 (1994) 94-102, who shows that Skt. tvaṣṭar- contains
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  • βαθεῖα φάλαγξ), Id.Cyr.6.3.22, cf. Isoc.9.29. II neut. as Subst., so much, thus much, τοσσοῦτον ὀνήσιος Od.21.402, cf. S.OT836, OC790; τ. οἶδα Id.Aj.748
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  • languages several isolated verbal nouns with diff. meanings are preserved, thus Germ., e.g. Goth. mēl time, OHG māl point of time, (time for) meal, Mahl
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  • ὅρμαινε 7.83, 18.345; ὁρμαίνων τέρας Pi.O.8.41. 2 abs., think, muse, ὣς ὥρμαινε thus he debated with himself, Il.21.64, cf. 14.20. 3 folld. by a clause, ἤ...
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  • possideret aut venderet, Liv. 2, 24, 6: bona proscribere, to offer the property thus transferred for sale, Cic. Quint. 6, 25.—    (g)    Chiefly referring to
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  • created things, some particular kind or class of created things or beings: thus of the human race, πάσῃ τῇ κτίσει, ἐν πάσῃ ( adds τῇ) κτίσει τῇ ὑπό τόν οὐρανοῦ
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  • Unexplained. By Curtius 276 a. o. connected with σπίλος, Čech. špina dirt (thus Machek Zeitschr. f. Slaw. 1, 38); to this after Prellwitz also οἰσπώτη; further
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  • restored? θυσία ἁλί ἁλισθήσεται, the sacrifice is sprinkled with salt and thus rendered acceptable to God, R G L Tr text brackets) (Josephus, Antiquities
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  • non-IE; Schwyzer 510f.); not very probable. The gloss is certainly cognate; thus R.A. Brown, Pre-Greek speech on Crete 25; on its suffix Fur. 115 n. 3. The
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  • Development (291 Add. to p. 202), pointing to notations with η in Pindar; thus Ruijgh, Lingua 25 (1970) 316, who points to Myc. demeote. - Here further
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  • 76; Nep. Milt. 7, 1; id. Them. 3, 1; 6, 2; 7, 5; Curt. 3, 11, 16; 5, 10. 2.—Thus the king of the Persians is called barbarus, Nep. Them. 4, 4; id. Con. 4
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  • Com.Adesp.823. 3 cylindrical saw, trephine, Hp.VC21. (Oxyt. acc. to Phot., thus differing from part. πρίων, but parox. acc. to Hdn.Gr.1.20.) [ῑ Trag. and
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  • doubtless, must be explained the small number of lustra actually celebrated; thus, A. U. C. 296: census perficitur, idque lustrum ab origine urbis decimum
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  • 747 (w. lit.), Pok. 1098: to σηκός or as IE *tu̯ō-ko-s cognate with σῴζω (thus also Fraenkel Lexis 3, 66 ff.; rejecting v. Wilamowitz Glaube 1, 163; cf
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  • the gloss of Hsch. (καταπλακών· καταπλήξας, διαμαρτών) shd. be corrected thus: καταπλακών· διαμαρτών:—καταπτακών· καταπτήξας. * Abbreviations: ALL | General
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  • a person once mentioned (and perhaps returned to after an interruption), thus usually the very opp. of ὃ δέ, which introduces a new person in antithesis
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  • Triopas. Callirhoe, daughter of the river god Scamander, wife of Tros, and thus, mother of Ilus, Assaracus, Ganymede, Cleopatra and possibly, Cleomestra
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  • Quā̆drīgārĭus: ii, m., I a Roman surname. Thus, Q. Claudius Quadrigarius, an old Roman historian, Vell. 2, 9, 6; Gell. 1, 7, 9; called simply Claudius
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  • the intelligence) of men (because the life of men is self-conscious, and thus a fountain of intelligence springs up), ὁ λόγος τῆς ζωῆς, the Logos having
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  • opposite the eyes, the sight (of the partner)"; cf. Schwyzer-Debrunner 517 n. 1. Thus also e.g. Goth. and-augi n., also OE and-wlit-a m., OHG ant-lizz-i n. face
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  • have given ἐ- throughout, and h₂ ἀ-. Therefore the word must have had Ϝ-; thus Peters, Lar. 9f. - Cf. ἀρνειός, ἀρνευτήρ. 1. male, Lat. mas, Il., etc
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  • φρένα A.Ch.746, cf. S.Ph.792; οὕτω χρὴ διὰ στέρνων ἔχειν one ought to feel thus, Id.Ant.639; στέρνοις ἐγκαταθέσθαι τι Simon.(?)85; Ἄρη ἐν στέρνοις ἔχειν
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  • wrong combination with Lat. vespa a. cogn. (since Pott) s. Curtius 382 a. Bq; thus Georgiev Word 3, 77 ff. Older attempts (w. lit.) in Bq. -- Furnée 393 compares
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  • Mél. Maspero 2, 222 f.]); acc. προῖκα as adv. gratuitous, for free (Att.; thus prob. the gen. προικός ν 15). Compounds: ἄ-προικος without dowry (Att.; Sommer
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  • If from ὀπ- see, ὀπή must as verbal abstract have meant prop. "the sight" (thus as poet. incidental formation in Cerc., s. above); from there through concretisation
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  • from the verb, only in Skt., for steal muṣ- (pres. mus-ṇā-ti, móṣati), thus a.o. Thieme Die Heimat d. idg. Gemeinspr. 36. I. Lat. mus, a mouse, Batr
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  • shows κραταί-λεως (or only poetical analogy after λαός : Μενέ-λεως a.o.?); thus the free-standing λεύω (s. v.). Connections to λᾶας outside Greek are rare
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  • fluids (Hdt., Pi.); in A. Ag. 141 (lyr., pl.) = young animals (λεόντων), thus Call. Hek. 1, 2, 3; after Bechtel Lex. 139 and Benveniste BSL 45, 102 A.
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  • οὕτω τὸν αὑτοῦ θυμὸν ὁρμαίνει = thus he pants out his life in gasps ⇢ Look up "οὕτω τὸν αὑτοῦ θυμὸν ὁρμαίνει" on Google (phrase search) | Google |
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  • τί ταῦτα σοῖς ἁμιλλῶμαι λόγοις = why do I thus bandy words with you ⇢ Look up "τί ταῦτα σοῖς ἁμιλλῶμαι λόγοις" on Google (phrase search) | Google |
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  • τί μαθὼν ταῦτα ἐποίησας = what induced you to act thus ⇢ Look up "τί μαθὼν ταῦτα ἐποίησας" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the
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  • CIG2831.7 (Aphrodisias); cf. -θειόω. 2 in magic, drown a sacred animal and thus liberate its divine element, PMag.Berol.1.5, PMag.Lond. 121.629 (Pass.);
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  • χρήμασι μὲν οὖν οὕτως ἐθάρσυνεν αὐτούς = so he encouraged them thus on the score of money ⇢ Look up "χρήμασι μὲν οὖν οὕτως ἐθάρσυνεν αὐτούς" on Google
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  • μηδ' ὥς = not even so, not even thus ⇢ Look up "μηδ' ὥς" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English to
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  • ἔχει οὕτως = the matter stands thus ⇢ Look up "ἔχει οὕτως" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English
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  • οὐδὲ ὥς = not even so, not even thus ⇢ Look up "οὐδὲ ὥς" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English to
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  • γρυλλο-γραφέω draw caricatures (Phld.). Also a dance (Phryn. PS p. 58 B.); thus also γρυλλισμός, with γρύλλος = ὁ ὀρχούμενος (ibid.). Origin: XX [etym. unknown]
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  • οὕτως ἐπεδικασάμην παρ' ὑμῖν = thus I made good to you my claim ⇢ Look up "οὕτως ἐπεδικασάμην παρ' ὑμῖν" on Google (phrase search) | Google | LSJ full
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  • ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων τῶνδε = since the case stands thus ⇢ Look up "ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων τῶνδε" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal
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  • τούτων οὕτως ἐχόντων = since the case stands thus ⇢ Look up "τούτων οὕτως ἐχόντων" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal
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  • origin] Etymology: Unexplained. Fur. 204 n. 10 thinks that -ηρον is non-IE. Thus Neumann Unters. 91: "Auch im Griechischen machen mehrere Wörter des Bedeutungsfeldes
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  • πεπονθὼς ἠξιοῦν τάδ' ἀντιδρᾶν = I resolved to requite thus what I had suffered ⇢ Look up "πεπονθὼς ἠξιοῦν τάδ' ἀντιδρᾶν" on Google (phrase search)
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  • τὴν συμμέτρησιν… τῶν κλιμάκων οὕτως ἔλαβον = thus they got the measurement for their ladders ⇢ Look up "τὴν συμμέτρησιν… τῶν κλιμάκων οὕτως ἔλαβον"
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  • ἀλλ' ὣς γενέσθω = but let it be thus ⇢ Look up "ἀλλ' ὣς γενέσθω" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English
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  • ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων = since the case stands thus ⇢ Look up "ὡς ὧδ' ἐχόντων" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's
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  • οὕτως ἔχει μοι = thus stands my case ⇢ Look up "οὕτως ἔχει μοι" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English
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  • 10.274†. Grammatical information: m. Meaning: heron (Κ 274) Other forms: thus Hdn. Gr. 2, 924 and most mss.; also (mss. and pap.) ἐρωδιός; also ῥωδιώς
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: Adv. A thus, Pall.in Hp.2.98 D. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works οὑτωτρόπως (Α) επίρρ
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  • στραγεύγομαι cod. R, στρατεύομαι cett.); τί ταῦτ' ἔχων σ.; why do I keep loitering thus? Id.Nu.131 (στραγεύομαι codd. RV, στρατεύομαι codd. opt. Suid. s.v. ἰτητέον
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  • of the Theotokos which refers to the "Ever Virgin" Mary, mother of Jesus, thus affirming the doctrine of the Perpetual virginity of Mary. The term is also
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  • desire or affection for it, is addicted to it; or who is liable to any fate"; thus in the N. T. we find α. children of a city, i. e. its citizens, inhabitants
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  • (against this Bq); to Lat. cūra after v. Planta a. o. (s. W.-Hofmann s. cista); thus Hendriksen IF 56, 21ff. a. 24ff., who connects also Skt. śeṣa- rest and
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  • because of the appeasing effect of the plant (Picard Mél. Navarre 328 n. 7; thus already Plu. 2, 647 b), either with the foreign σσο-suffix (after κυπάρισσος
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  • ἄν-οζος. In Myc. aupono \/Ahupnos\/, a proper name, the a- stands before h-; thus class. ἄυπνος. Also before o- the wau was originally retained: ἀόριστος.
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  • question, i.e. ascertain by inquiry (as a matter of information merely; and thus differing from ἐρωτάω, which properly means a request as a favor; and from
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  • from the earth, it was said that he had been carried off by the harpies. Thus, they carried off the daughters of king Pandareus and gave them as servants
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  • τεκμηριῶσαι if he seem a sufficient voucher, Th.1.9; τοσαῦτα ἐτεκμηρίωσεν ὅτι . .thus much evidence he gave to the fact that... Id.3.104; of symptoms, indicate
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  • a primitive root; properly, to surround with a stockade, and thus separate from the open country; but used only in the reduplicated form chatsotser; or
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  • eunuch; by implication, valet (especially of the female apartments), and thus, a minister of state: chamberlain, eunuch, officer. Compare רַב־סָרִיס.
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  • same as נָקֹד; a spotter (of sheep or cattle), i.e. the owner or tender (who thus marks them): herdman, sheepmaster.
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  • Athens), the Athenians gathered on the Pnyx to host their popular assemblies, thus making the hill one of the earliest and most important sites in the creation
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  • word κάρον. From κάρα, -η head as κεφαλωτόν name of an onion from κεφαλή (thus Bq). The form in -ώ seems Pre-Greek. καρώ: {karṓ} Grammar: f. Meaning:
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  • or (feminine) ahalowth (only used thus in the plural); of foreign origin; aloe wood (i.e. sticks): (tree of lign-) aloes.
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  • suggestion by H. Petersson in WP. 1, 291. - A cross of στέρφος and ἔριον? Thus Güntert Reimwortbildungen 139f.: ἔρφος younger reshaping resp. assimilation
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  • (2) Vĭrĭātus¹⁶ (-thus), ī, m., Viriate ou Viriathe [chef des Lusitaniens, soulevé contre les Romains, 2e s. av. J.-C., les battit plusieurs fois] : Cic
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  • same), she, so (much), such (deed), that, therefore, these, this (thing), thus.
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  • form of the article (hal); to the distance, i.e. far away; also (of time) thus far: back, beyond, (hence,-)forward, hitherto, thence,forth, yonder.
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  • with voc. in -α < -h₂; in the case of ευρύοπα we probably have an old acc. Thus Brugmann, Grundr. II2 1, pp. 416f; Beekes, Development (1969) 148-150.
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  • ων, οἱ, nickname of A dithyrambic poets, because their odes often began thus—ἀμφί μοι αὖθις ἄνακτα or ἀμφί μοι αὖτε, ἄναξ, Sch.Ar.Nu.595. ἀμφιανακτίζω
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  • ἠνθισμένοι φαρμάκοισι Hdt.1.98; οὐ γάρ σε μὴ . . γνῶσ' . . ὧδ' ἠνθισμένον thus disguised or with silvered hair, S.El.43; κρέα πυρὸς ἀκμαῖς ἠνθισμένα meat
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  • 4 al.—Hence subst. in all genders, like aerarius, harenarius, etc. (only thus in Cic., never as an adj.).    A argentārĭus, ii, m.    1    A money-changer
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  • προηρόσια, made in honor of some divinity, in memory of departed friends, etc. Thus distinguished from epulae, a meal of any kind: convivium, a meal or feast
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  • e.g. Av. ʮway-ah- n., ʮwy-ā f. fright, danger (IE *tu̯ei-os-, *tu̯i-ā), thus with -s- in ʮwaēšah- n. fear. A further member of this group is supposed
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  • opposite sides (while duplex is an object that exists in separate forms, twice. Thus anceps sententia is an opinion which wavers, fluctuates between two decisions
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  • thence, one that is guarded against advances of drowsiness or bewilderment. Thus it becomes a term for wariness (cf. νᾶφε καί μέμνασ' ἀπίστειν) against spiritual
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  • reciprocal of the focal length measured in metres. (1 dioptre = 1 m−1.) It is thus a unit of reciprocal length. For example, a 3-dioptre lens brings parallel
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  • τὸ ἐμόν, my part, my affairs, my interest, οὕτω τὸ ἐμὸν ἔχει things stand thus with me, Hdt.4.127; τὰ τούτου μᾶλλον ἢ τοὐμόν S.Aj.124; ἔρρει τἀμὰ παντελῶς
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  • the ὀ- identical with Skt. bhrū́-h, acc. bhrúv-am f.: IE *h₃bhruH́-s f.; thus from Celt. a. Germ. OIr. for-bru acc. pl., OS brū. Several enlargements:
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  • The adv. may be defined in its relation by a dative in the same clause, thus showing an approach to the true prepositional use, ἐν δέ τε θῦμὸς στήθεσιν
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  • in correct language, had reference only to the baths of private persons. Thus, Cicero terms the baths at the villa of his brother Quintus balnearia.
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  • by the addition of an appropriate case of a subst. in the same sentence, thus showing the transition to the true prepositional usage, πὰρ δ' ἴσαν Ὠκεανοῦ
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  • lanx), Cato, R. R. 68, 1; Mart. 11, 31, 19; 8, 71, 7.— II Transf., of figures thus shaped, a diamond-, rhomb-, or lozenge-shaped figure: (pavimenta) si sectilia
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  • Lk 1:34 (Cremer, 153).SYN.: γ., to know by observation and experience is thus prop. disting. from οἶδα, to know by reflection (a mental process, based
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  • PCair.Zen.499.12 (iii B. C.); Ep. pl. φρείᾰτα (v. infr.):—an artificial well (thus distd. from κρήνη, cf. Hdt.4.120, D.14.30; but φ. ἀσφάλτον naphtha-spring
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  • battle, Liv. 9, 31.—Hence, aptātus, a, um, P. a., pr., fitted for something; thus, suitable, fit, appropriate, accommodated to (syn.: aptus, accommodatus):
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  • Etymology: Words, that resemble in form and meaning, are found in many languages. Thus Lat. ūva f. grape, which like ὄα can go back on IE *oiu̯ā; a derivation of
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  • adj. in -ήμων, resp. by μνή-μη, φή-μη (Chantraine 173, 148; Schwyzer 522); thus in the verbal adjective. - ἐπιστητός what can be understood, scienticically
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  • Cănŭlēius: a, um, I the name of a Roman gens. Thus, C. Canuleius, a tribune of the people. Acc. to a law proposed by him (Canuleium plebiscitum, Cic. Rep
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  • regions around the Mediterranean Sea are placed in M. officinarum, which thus includes M. autumnalis. The names autumn mandrake and Mediterranean mandrake
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  • debated. The similarity with ἔρεβος is long since observed (Curtius 480; thus Hirt IF 12, 226); in that case we would have to posit a basis *orgʷ-s-no-
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  • s. nérti 2), but the formation was left unexplained. - Rejected by Bq; thus, assuming foreign origin, Schwyzer 497 and Nehring Glotta 14, 185, who reminds
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  • ]). WP. 2, 431 considers (doubting) a loan from a mediterranean language; thus Hubschmid 3me Congrès int. de toponymie et d'anthroponymie II 189 (to Iberorom
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  • 90); to this further OWNo. spār predicting from PGm. *spaha- (IE *spóḱo-). Thus σκοπή agrees, but for the accent, with OWNo. spā f. prophesy from PGm. *spahō
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  • (Thphr.) for ὀπὸς βαλσάμιος (alternative explanation by Risch IF 59, 287), thus ὀπο-κάρπαθον (Plin.), -κάλπασον (Gal.), s. Thiselton-Dyer JournofPhil. 34
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  • this would require *mlh₃-. Not to κμέλεθρον beam (s.v.) because of the ε's. Thus Güntert Reimwortbildungen 144f. and Pisani KZ 71, 125f. New attempt by Deroy
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  • Lobel: fort. in ὥτε corrigendum) fr. 215. 7. from ὡς and τέ; so too, i.e. thus therefore (in various relations of consecution, as follow): (insomuch) as
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  • -Hoffmann s. scelus. -- The group *skel- (Pok. 928) seems rather uncertain. Thus it seems no more than a possibility that σκολιός is cognate with σκέλος.
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  • division was made, the as, with its parts, was used to designate the portions. Thus haeres ex asse, sole heir; haeres ex semisse, he who receives one half of
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  • the Baltic acute points to a b, not bh], OCS stьblь, Russ. stébelь stalk, thus in Skt. stibhi- m. bunch of flowers, bundle. Further s. στείβω; cf. στριφνός
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  • doubtful. - From γρυμέα prob. Lat. crumīna bag, purse; s. Pfister IF 56, 200ff. Thus γρύτη may be the source of Lat. scrūta n. pl. trash, frippery. γρυμέα:
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  • "tympanum"); to stretch on an instrument of torture resembling a drum, and thus beat to death: torture. (τυπικῶς) (from the adjective τυπικος, and this
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  • requirements of the Mosaic law, as though by way of merit; and that they would thus attain to eternal salvation. But this law demands perfect obedience to all
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  • Suet. Calig. 56 al.: generis humani, Tac. Agr. 2.—    (b)    With gen. obj. (thus for the most part in Tac.): in conscientiam facinoris pauci asciti, Tac.
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  • with -της-, δρυ(ο)-κολάπτ-[τ]ης woodpecker (Ar., Arist.; further s. δρῦς), thus κρανο-κολάπτης name of a venomenous spider (Philum.). Origin: PG [a word
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  • Athens), the Athenians gathered on the Pnyx to host their popular assemblies, thus making the hill one of the earliest and most important sites in the creation
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  • A half-ἑκτεύς, D.34.37, Thphr.HP2.6.2, IG 3.98, etc.; a vessel containing thus much, Hp.Steril.230 (-εκτέον ap. Erot.). II ἡ. χρυσοῦ, = 8 obols, Crates
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  • Lith. langóti, lingúoti (WP. 2, 436); s. Fraenkel Wb. 331 (s. láigyti); thus Germ., e. g. OHG slinc link', Swed. etc. linka, lanka, lunka limp, go slowly
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  • θρόνα ποικίλα; from here ποικιλό-θρονος as surname of Aphrodite Sapph. 1, 1; thus also χρυσό-, ἀργυρό-θρονος a. o., see Lawler Phil Quart. 27, 80ff.), flowers
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  • elementary formations] Etymology: Elementary Lallwort like Skt. mā mother (lex.); thus also πᾶς = πατήρ (s. v.). - Cf. μαῖα, μήτηρ and μαμμη. shortd. doric
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  • οὐτάμενος: stab, wound by cutting or thrusting (αὐτοσχεδίην, αὐτοσχεδόν), thus opp. to βάλλειν, hit with a missile, Il. 11.659, ; ἕλκος, ‘inflict’ a wound
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  • a company of ten, a tithing: decuria, decade, Gr. δεκάς (cf. Eng. dozen). Thus Romulus, acc. to Dion. Hal. 2, 7, p. 82 d, formed out of the thirty curiae
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  • 783, Schwyzer 302; also Prellwitz s.v. (to ψόαι (s.v.), ψύαι loinmuscles; thus Grošelj Živa Ant. 7, 44). Initial ὀ- prothetic acc. to Meillet BSL 27, 131
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  • room. They were quite large, so they were not easily portable when filled. Thus, the wine-water mixture would be withdrawn from the krater with other vessels
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  • 7.95. 2 c. acc. pers., chide, reproach, Pl.Ap.30e; τοιαῦτ' ὀνειδίζεις με thus dost thou reproach me, S.OC1002; also ἐπειδὴ . . τυφλόν μ' ὠνείδισας (sc
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  • wants to separate it from πέπων ripe and connect with Lith. pẽpinti coddle; thus on πεπαίνω in the meaning weaken Fraenkel Arch. Philol. 7, 21 ff.; all of
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  • has a narrow body and one handle attached to the neck of the vessel, and is thus a narrow type of jug, with no pouring lip; the oinochoe is more like a modern
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  • stormwind is unclear, but see Heubeck (above). - Prob. in origin a goatskin (thus Hdt. 4, 189). - Others connect Skt. éjati move, set in motion. (Kretschmer
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  • near (Gr. ἐπί), and ad, old form ar, which view the form apor favors, and thus its strict meaning would be I on to, unto; v. infra, IV.]; prep. gov. acc
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  • nihil morari aliquem, not to detain a person, to let him go, to dismiss. Thus the consul said when he dismissed the Senate: Nihil amplius vos moramur,
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  • Grammatical information: f. Meaning: wall around a terrain, of stone (thus Hdt. 2, 138) or thorns (Od.), cf. αἱμοί δρυμοί. Αἰσχύλος Αἰτναίαις H. Origin:
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  • Etymology: Old verb Russ. bzdetь, Lith. bezdù, bezdė́ti , Lat. pēdō < *pezdō. Thus βδέω from *βzδέω; s. Schwyzer 326 Zus. 5. - Different from πέρδομαι. to
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  • form ἶδος shows Ionic psilosis and itacistic notation (favoured by ἱδρώς). Thus ἰδίω = εἰδίω (after κηκίω a. o.) for *εἵδω = Skt. svédate sweats < IE *su̯eid-;
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  • ἕδρη, from a painting on an ancient Greek vase.) The murder of Agamemnon was thus avenged, and the throne restored to its rightful heir, Od. 3.306, Od. 11
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  • variations Solmsen saw like Bechtel Lex. s. v. evidence for Anatolian origin; thus Schwyzer 61. See Heubeck, Praegraeca 66 and 80. Pre-Greek, Fur. 129, 286
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  • ancient Greek city-states, such as Classical Athens and its contemporaries, and thus is often translated as "city-state". These cities consisted of a fortified
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  • *κιλ-κλί-δ-ες dissimilated and like δι-κλί-δ-ες twofold doors (s. v.) from κλί-ν-ειν; thus also Fraenkel KZ 45, 169. - It seems a redupl. form with prenasalization
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  • in this way, Il. 24.711. perhaps akin to the alternate of αἱρέομαι, and thus to σύρω; to pull off: pluck. imperfect ἔτιλλον; from Homer down; to pluck
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  • Amiques, RPh. LXXIV (2000) 272) its name because it has its grains like grain (thus Dsc. II 129). κρῆθμον: {krē̃thmon} Forms: (-ος) (m.) Grammar: n. Meaning:
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  • Book of Revelation is the only apocalyptic book in the New Testament canon. Thus, it occupies a central place in Christian eschatology. af: Openbaring;
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  • or Munantius, was a king of Egypt. Epaphus was the son of Zeus and Io and thus, Ceroessa's brother. With his wife, Memphis (or according to others, Cassiopeia)
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  • forms there is Av. viš- id. and, with deviating meaning, Skt. viṣ- faeces. Thus Lat. vīrus also means tough fluidity, slime, sap; cf. also Welsh gwyar blood
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  • years long, εἰνά-νυχες nine nights long, ἐνα- (εἰνα-)κόσιοι; Derivatives: thus in deriv. ἔνα-τος the ninth, Ion. εἴνατος, Argiv. Cret. ἤνατος, Aeol. ἔνοτος;
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  • θρόνος is used by metonymy, of one who holds dominion or exercises authority; thus in plural of angels: Lightfoot at the passage). (I) ο (ΑΜ θρόνος) 1. πολυτελές
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  • γόῳ τε ἧσται ὀ. 16.145; ὀ. κατὰ θυμόν 18.203; τίταῦτ' ὀδύρομαι; why mourn I thus? E.Andr.397 (where Pors. restores ταῦτα δύρομαι for the caesura); θρηνοῦντός
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  • Ar., Call.; to which pl. ἰῆτε (Pi. P. 6, 120), but rather a form of ἵημι; thus ἱή Call. H.Ap. 103; see Strunk Glotta 38 (1960) 79-82); Wackernagel Philol
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  • root vhal-; Gr. φαλ->; cf. φαλλός, φύλλον, I any object swelling up, and thus becoming round; hence, I A waterbubble, bubble: ut pluvio perlucida caelo
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  • zero grade root-noun (cf. νέο-δμα-τος, δέ-δμη-μαι), so "middle-building"; thus Prellwitz BB 17, 172, Persson Beitr. 648, Hermann Gött. Nachr. 1943, 7; cf
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  • Etymology: Unknown. Since long with Λήδα derived from Lyd. lada wife, spouse; thus a. o. Kretschmer Glotta 14, 307 f., 30, 91 w. n. 2 (agreeing v. Wilamowitz
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  • *ἆλλε = ἠλέ Ο 128); cf. ἀλεό-φρων above. Later it was derived from ἄλλος (thus Hdt. 7, 205). As the medical expression ἀλλοφάσσω cannot be Aeolic, it must
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  • (LXX). SYN.: v.s. δῆμος. apparently a primary word; a people (in general; thus differing from δῆμος, which denotes one's own populace): people. λαοῦ,
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  • were, and while he was sleeping, a swarm of bees sat peacefully on his lips, thus surmising the eloquence of Plato."
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  • A (Cilician?) word with (W.-)Hofmann s. corium after Wharton, Huber etc., thus Bertoldi Zeitschr. f. rom. Phil. 68, 73ff. The shape of the word is very
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  • winnower, who threw the grain with his winnowingshovel against the wind, thus separating it from the chaff, Il. 13.590†. λικμητήρ: -ῆρος, ὁ, αυτός που
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  • of Pre-Greek origin] Egypt. Etymology: LW [loanword], prob. from Egyptian (thus H.), but there not attested, s. G. Meyer Gr.3 140, Nencioni Stud. itfilclass
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  • "false" and ἐπιγραφή, epigraphḗ, "name" or "inscription" or "ascription"; thus when taken together it means "false superscription or title"; see the related
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  • an "ox-eyed" servant of Helen. She was a daughter of Aethra by Hippalces, thus half-sister to Theseus and a distant relative to Menelaus. She and her mother
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  • id. 1, 23, 4; Hor. S. 2, 5, 74 al.—Of things, head, chief, capital, etc.; thus of cities: Thebas caput fuisse totius Graeciae, head, first city, Nep. Epam
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  • φιλ-εχθής who is prone to hate (Theoc. 5, 137), . Derivatives: ἐχθρός hated (thus always in Hom.), hateful, m. enemy (Hes., Pi.); with ἐχθίων, ἔχθιστος (A
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  • negative, but made so by prefixing ναί or οὐ, or, in Att., by the context: thus, I ναὶ μὰ... in affirmation, ναὶ μὰ τόδε σκῆπτρον yea by this staff, Il.1
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  • Besides with anlaut. u̯- and inlaut. -m- : Skt. vamrá- m. (cf. valmīka above), thus βόρμαξ, βύρμαξ with β- for Ϝ-; in ὅρμικας a Ϝ- may have been lost. On itself
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  • *dhh₁s-; this explains also the Latin forms, e.g. fanum < *fasnom < *dʰh₁s-nom; thus Rix, Kratylos XIV (1969) [1972] 179f. - The etymology as *θϜεσ-ός with Lith
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  • explained from an old interchange n : r [which does not seem very probable]. Thus ὄρθρος would be prop. "the growing (of the daylight)" after the dark of midnight
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  • αὑτοῦ > Ion. ἑωυτοῦ, Att. ἑαυτοῦ, ἑοῖ αὑτῳ̃ > Ion. ἑωυτῳ̃, Att. ἑαυτῳ̃ etc.; thus also ἐμεωυτοῦ, σεωυτοῦ, ἐμαυτοῦ, σ(ε)αυτοῦ etc. (Hom. ἕ αὑτόν, ἔμ' αὑτόν
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  • [etym. unknown] Etymology: The present στάζω can stand for *σταγ-ι̯ω and thus be a denominative of στάγ-ες. As however the relatively late ἅπ. λεγ. στάγ-ες
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  • because he preferred long life to sight, or, as reported in the Argonautica (thus the best-known version), for revealing the future to mankind. For this reason
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  • grade in ὄλλυμι from *ὄλ-νυ-μι (from an older *h₃l̥-n-eh₁-mi > *ολνημι); thus e. g. στορέ-σαι : στόρ-νυ-μι. Orig. disyll. also in ὀλέ-σθαι (if athematic)
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  • (s. Curtius 277) as "the fullness of the wheel" connected with πίμπλημι; thus already H. explaining: ἀπὸ τοῦ πληροῦσθαι ὑπὸ τοῦ ἄξονος. Morpholog. plausible
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  • Inachus as one of the river gods, all sons of Titans Oceanus and Tethys and thus to the Greeks, part of the pre-Olympian or "Pelasgian" mythic landscape.
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  • crying; so does the expression βοην ἀγαθός and ὑλακό-μωροι (κύνες ξ 29, π 4). Thus Ehrlich Sprachgeschichte 48, Bechtel Lex. s. v., Theander Eranos 15, 99ff
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  • beside ἐρίζω σκυδμαίνω beside σκύζομαι has its -μ- from πημαίνω, θερμαίνω etc. Thus beside σκυδ- : σκυζ- may have been built after ἐριδ- : ἐριζ-. In this way
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  • slakr , OS slac, OE slæc etc.; here with anlaut. l- (= IE.) MLG. lak id., thus OIr. lacc id. (with expressive gg). The formal identity of λαγών and WNo
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  • one must connect the Germ. iterative OS skauwōn, OHG scouwōn schauen. We thus get a side-form with σ- of the Greek iterative κοέω note, understand, s.
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  • Winer's Grammar, 393 (368)); that which affords comfort or refreshment; thus of the Messianic salvation, the consoler, the comforter, κατ' ἐξοχήν, מְנַחֵם
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  • Schmidt, chapter vii. In ἔντευξις, which expresses confiding access to God; thus, in combination, δέησις gives prominence to the expression of personal need
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  • One proposes contamination in such cases, but this is rather gratuitous (thus influence of φαιδρός is quite in the air). ἀμυδ-ᾶναι can continue *h₂mud-
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  • prophets (after the Hebrew, cf. ἐκ, I:7): Luke 11:50 (51). (In secular authors thus far only a single passage has been noted in which this word appears, Aristid
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  • ) and verbal basis could be assumed (Chantraine Form. 338, Schwyzer 465), thus for λάκημα (cf. Chantraine 178). The only trace of an old primary verb (which
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  • navigable, seaworthy (S., Diogenian.), rather from πλῶσαι than from *πλῶσις; thus πλώ-ϊμος beside and for πλόϊμος (s. on πλέω w. lit.). Subst. 4. κατάπλω-σις
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  • with metr. lengthening) is a backformation of κλέος after ψεύδω : ψεῦδος (thus Risch par. 31 a). Diff. e. g. Schulze Q. 281: κλείω denomin. from *κλεϜεσ-ι̯ω
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  • IA.), δυσ-παλής hard to battle (Pi.; with transition to the σ-stems) a.o.; thus διαπάλ-η f. (Pln.) from δια-παλαίω (Ar., Ph.). Origin: XX [etym. unknown]
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  • as they are, through their hostility to the gospel, to receive them), and thus to profane them, Job 28:18f). ο (AM μαργαρίτης) το μαργαριτάρι (ἀνθρώπῳ
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  • suggest, that κισσάω as opposed to 2. κίσσα is primary, so a backformation (thus Lagercrantz Lautgeschichte 86ff., but with wrong etymology). But κισσάω is
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  • which holds that the planets move according to mathematical equations and thus resonate to produce an inaudible symphony of music. Scholars debate whether
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  • Jeremiah 3); τῆς πρός ὑμᾶς νυνί ἀπολογίας, νῦν, 2), but since the case stands thus (as it is): 1Cor. ( R G T L marginal reading); R G (i. e. since ὁ γλώσσῃ
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  • an offering of a hundred oxen, — but generally, a great public sacrifice:—thus, in Il. we find a hecatomb of twelve oxen, in Od. of eighty-one. ἑκατόμβη:
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  • periods); for Tempus est pars quaedam aeternitatis, Cic. Inv. 1, 27, 39. Thus the sublime thought, without beginning and end, is more vividly suggested
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  • o.; cf. Schwyzer 706. If right, the old obvious connection with νεύω nod (thus still Schwyzer 348; against it Georgacas Glotta 36, 173) must fall. -- After
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  • or Munantius, was a king of Egypt. Epaphus was the son of Zeus and Io and thus, Ceroessa's brother. With his wife, Memphis (or according to others, Cassiopeia)
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  • οἰτόν H. Origin: PG [a word of Pre-Greek origin] Etymology: Prob. Ϝιτόν; thus DELG. Prob. - Fur. 110, 184 connects ὕδνον, ὕτνον truffle which has variants
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  • regions around the Mediterranean Sea are placed in M. officinarum, which thus includes M. autumnalis. The names autumn mandrake and Mediterranean mandrake
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  • defendants. The ephebi took part in some of the most important Athenian festivals. Thus during the Eleusinian Mysteries they were sent to fetch the sacred objects
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  • a metric caesura after the first five syllables, with the remaining line thus resulting in a lekythion group. The term "lēkythion" literally means "small
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  • privative n̥- (s. νη-) and a verb ἀρι- count (s. ἀριθμός) with το-suffix; thus in εἰκοσιν-ήριτος twenty(fold) counted (X 349; compos. lengthening), Arc
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  • telum, i. e. shot it out of sight, Sil. 1, 316.—Pass., of stars, to set, and thus become invisible, Verg. G. 1, 221.—Hence,    B In gen., to make invisible
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  • final seven years and the aftermath of the Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC), thus representing a thematic continuation of Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian
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  • for the rare ὀρχός, ὀρχάς, hardly fits ὄρχος (pace Porzig Satzinhalte 310). Thus the connection with IE *u̯er-ǵh- turn, wind together, fence in in Lith.
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  • (Chantraine Form. 2); unexplained. By Ath. and Ael. connected with σκώπτω; thus Osthoff (s. bel.) and Machek Ling. Posn. 5, 68f. Rather (with Curtius 168
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  • persons, snarl, yelp, παῦσαι βαΰζων Ar.Th.173, cf. 805; τάδε σῖγά τις βαΰζει thus they snarl in secret, A.Ag.449 (lyr.); οἷ' ἄττα β. Cratin.6. II trans., shriek
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  • also compared with Berber ádrār mountain (Steinhauser Glotta 25, 229ff.). Thus Brandenstein Archiv Orientální 17 : 1, 69ff. who plausibly suggests folk
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  • μῦθον, Il. 11.840; ἀέθλους, Od. 11.622; ὧδ' ἐπέτελλε, μὴ πρὶν πημανέειν, ‘thus charged me,’ ‘gave me this assurance,’ Il. 24.781 . ἐπῖτέλλω, Od. 23.361
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  • ἔκτυπον) become wrinkled, of the earth in an earthquake' (Melanth. Hist. 1); thus γᾶν ἐγρυμμέναν (Gortyn); idem γρυπανίζω (Antiph. Soph.) and γρυπάνιος (ib
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  • connective), ὅς τέ, οἷός τε, ὅσος τε, ἔνθα τε, ἵνα τε, ἐπεί τε, ὥς τε, etc.; thus in Att. (with special meanings), οἷός τε, ὥστε. So τίς τε (τὶς), ἄλλα τε
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