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Μολὼν λαβέ -> Come and take them
Plutarch, Apophthegmata Laconica 225C12
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Full diacritics: αἰνᾰρέτης Medium diacritics: αἰναρέτης Low diacritics: αιναρέτης Capitals: ΑΙΝΑΡΕΤΗΣ
Transliteration A: ainarétēs Transliteration B: ainaretēs Transliteration C: ainaretis Beta Code: ai)nare/ths

English (LSJ)

ου, ὁ, (αἰνός) A terribly brave, voc. -έτη (v.l.-έτα) Il.16.31.

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Greek (Liddell-Scott)

αἰνᾰρέτης: -ου, ὁ (αἰνός) = σφόδρα γενναῖος, Ἰλ. Π. 31: - οὕτω καὶ αἰνάρετος θάνατος, Ἐπιγράμμ. Ἑλλ. 425.

French (Bailly abrégé)

voc. αἰναρέτη;
au courage terrible.
Étymologie: αἰνός, ἀρετή.

English (Autenrieth)

(αἰνός, ἀρετή), only voc. αἰναρέτη: woful-valorous, of Achilles' misdirection of his might from the battle-field to the nursing of his wrath, Il. 16.31†.

Spanish (DGE)

(αἰνᾰρέτης) -ου, ὁ
• Morfología: [voc. sg. αἰναρέτη Il.16.31]
terriblemente valerosode Aquiles Il.16.31, cf. loc., Πέρσαι Vit.Pi.9.12.

Greek Monotonic

αἰνᾰρέτης: -ου, ὁ (αἰνός, ἀρετή), τρομερά γενναίος, σε Ομήρ. Ιλ.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

αἰνᾰρέτης: ου ὁ храбрец всем на горе Hom.

Middle Liddell

αἰνός, ἀρετή
terribly brave, Il.

Dutch (

αἰναρέτης -ου, ὁ αἰνός, ἀρετή vocat. -έτη, wiens dapperheid tot onheil leidt, ‘ongeluksheld’.