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Γελᾷ δ' ὁ μωρός, κἄν τι μὴ γέλοιον ᾖ -> The fool laughs even when there's nothing to laugh at
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V. γυμνοῦν ὅπλων (Eur., ''H.F.'' 1382).
 
V. γυμνοῦν ὅπλων (Eur., ''H.F.'' 1382).
  
<b class="b2">Strip</b> (<b class="b2">the dead</b>) <b class="b2">of arms</b>: P. and V. σκυλεύειν (Eur., <b class="b2">Phoen</b>, 1417) .
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<b class="b2">Strip</b> (<b class="b2">the dead</b>) <b class="b2">of arms</b>: P. and V. σκυλεύειν (Eur., ''Phoen'', 1417) .
  
 
<b class="b2">They disarmed me of both my coverings</b>: V. γυμνόν. μʼ ἔθηκαν διπτύχου στολίσματος (Eur., ''Hec.'' 1156).
 
<b class="b2">They disarmed me of both my coverings</b>: V. γυμνόν. μʼ ἔθηκαν διπτύχου στολίσματος (Eur., ''Hec.'' 1156).

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V. γυμνοῦν ὅπλων (Eur., H.F. 1382).

Strip (the dead) of arms: P. and V. σκυλεύειν (Eur., Phoen, 1417) .

They disarmed me of both my coverings: V. γυμνόν. μʼ ἔθηκαν διπτύχου στολίσματος (Eur., Hec. 1156).

They consented to be disarmed, and each ransomed for a fixed sum: P. συνέβησαν ῥητοῦ ἕκαστον ἀργυρίου ἀπολυθῆναι ὅπλα παράδοντας (Thuc. 4, 69).

Be disarmed: P. ἀφαιρεθῆναι τὰ ὅπλα (Lys.).

Disarmed: P. παρηρημένος τὰ ὅπλα (Dcm.).

Met., disarm (anger, suspicion, etc.): P. and V. ἐξαιρεῖν, παραιρεῖν (or mid.), V. ἀφαιρεῖν.

Gentleness meeting violence and rage disarms them of their excess: V. τῷ γὰρ βιαίῳ κἀγρίῳ τὸ μαλθακὸν εἰς ταὐτὸν ἐλθὸν τοῦ λίαν παρείλετο (Eur., Frag.).