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ἀδαγμός

Ἐδιζησάμην ἐμεωυτόν -> I searched out myself
Heraclitus, fr. 101B
Full diacritics: ἀδαγμός Medium diacritics: ἀδαγμός Low diacritics: αδαγμός Capitals: ΑΔΑΓΜΟΣ
Transliteration A: adagmós Transliteration B: adagmos Transliteration C: adagmos Beta Code: a)dagmo/s

English (LSJ)

ὁ, v. sub ὀδαγμός; cf. ἀδακτῶ.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

ἀδαγμός: ὁ, ἴδε ἐν λέξ. ὀδαγμός· ὁ Ἡσύχ. μνημονεύει λέξ. ἀδακτῶ = κνήθομαι.

French (Bailly abrégé)

οῦ (ὁ) :
morsure, déchirure.
Étymologie: ἀ- prosth., δάκνω.

Spanish (DGE)

-οῦ, ὁ
prurito, picazón Hsch., EM α 227, Phot.α 322, cf. ὀδαγμός.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

ἀδαγμός: ὁ укус: ἀ. ἀντίσπαστος Soph. рвущая боль, боль с судорогами (v. l. ὀδαγμός).

Frisk Etymological English

Grammatical information: m.
Meaning: κνησμός H.
Other forms: Also S. Tr. 770 acc. to Phot. (codd. ὀδαγμός).
Derivatives: Cf. ἀδακτῶ κνήθομαι, ἀδαξῆσαι κνῆσαι, ἀδαχᾳ̃ κνᾳ̃, κνήθει κεφαλήν. ψηλαφᾳ̃ H.
Origin: PG [a word of Pre-Greek origin] [287]
Etymology: The explanation through assimilation from ὀδα- is due to the desire to reduce everything to Indo-European or Greek. The ἀ- is too strong, while one would expect restoration or maintenance of ὀ- if it was original. Rather ἀδαχ- is original, and unexplained. There is no reason to connect scratch with tooth. See on ὀδάξ.
See also: ὀδάξ

Frisk Etymology German

ἀδαγμός: {adagmós}
Meaning: κνησμός H., auch S. Tr. 770 nach Phot. (codd. ὀδαγμός);
Derivative: ἀδακτῶ· κνήθομαι, ἀδαξῆσαι· κνῆσαι, ἀδαχᾷ· κνᾷ, κνήθει κεφαλήν. ψηλαφᾷ H. usw.
Etymology : Durch Vokalassimilation aus ὀδα- entstanden (J. Schmidt KZ 32, 391ff.), s. ὀδάξ.
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