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Αἴσηπος

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Heraclitus, fr. B 119 Diels

English (Autenrieth)

(1) son of Abarbarea and Bucolion, Il. 6.21†.—(2) name of a river emptying into the Propontis, near Cyzicus.

Spanish (DGE)

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• Morfología: [gen. sg. -οιο Il.2.825, A.R.1.940, 1115, Q.S.2.590]
Esepo
1 río de la Tróade, actual Goenentschai, que desemboca en la Propóntide Il.2.825, Call.Fr.299.1.
2 divinidad del río anterior, Hes.Th.342, A.R.1.940, 1115, Q.S.2.590.
3 un troyano hijo de Bucolión Il.6.21.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

Αἴσηπος: ὁ Эсеп
1) река, впадающая в Пропонтиду близ Кизика Hom.;
2) речной бог Hes.

Frisk Etymological English

Grammatical information: m.
Meaning: River in Mysia (Il.); also PN (Il.)
Origin: PG [a word of Pre-Greek origin]
Etymology: Improbable Krause KZ 67, 213f. (Thracian; "wild water"); Fur. 234 (to αἰζηός). No doubt a Pre-Greek name.

Frisk Etymology German

Αἴσηπος: {Aísēpos}
Grammar: m.
Meaning: Fluß in Kleinasien.
Etymology : Unwahrscheinliche Deutung von Krause KZ 67, 213f. (thrakisch; eig. "Wildwasser").
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