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ὑφάω

Φοβοῦ τὸ γῆρας, οὐ γὰρ ἔρχεται μόνον -> Fear old age, for it never comes alone
Menander
Full diacritics: ὑφάω Medium diacritics: ὑφάω Low diacritics: υφάω Capitals: ΥΦΑΩ
Transliteration A: hypháō Transliteration B: hyphaō Transliteration C: yfao Beta Code: u(fa/w

English (LSJ)

[ῠ], poet. for

   A ὑφαίνω, αἱ δ' ἱστοὺς ὑφόωσι Od.7.105, cf. D.P. 1116.

Greek (Liddell-Scott)

ὑφάω: ποιητ. ἀντὶ ὑφαίνω, αἱ δ’ ἱστοὺς ὑφόωσι Ὀδ. Η. 105.

French (Bailly abrégé)

-ῶ :
3ᵉ pl. prés. épq. ὑφόωσι;
c. ὑφαίνω.

English (Autenrieth)

see ὑφαίνω.
ὑφόωσιν, ipf. iter. ὑφαίνεσκον, aor. 1 ὕφηνα: weave, ἱστόν, ‘at the loom.’ (The Greek loom stood upright, like the Roman loom represented in the cut, or like the Egyptian loom in cut No. 59.) Fig., devise, contrive, as we sayspin,’ δόλον, μῆτιν, ι , Od. 4.678.

Greek Monolingual

Α
(επικ.τ.) βλ. υφαίνω.

Greek Monotonic

ὑφάω: ποιητ. αντί ὑφαίνω, Επικ. γʹ πληθ. ὑφόωσι, σε Ομήρ. Οδ.

Russian (Dvoretsky)

ὑφάω: (только 3 л. pl. praes. ὑφόωσι) эп. = ὑφαίνω.