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Index:Abbreviations/All

A

A.
Aeschylus
AB
Anecdota Graeca, v. I
A D.
Apollonius Dyscolus
AEM,
v. IV
AJA,
v. IV
AJP,
v. IV
AP, APl.,
v. Anthologia Graeca
A. R.
Apollonius Rhodius
Abh.Berl.Akad.,
v. IV.
ACO
Acta Conciliorum Oecumenicorum, E. Schwartz, Berlin/Leipzig 1924–.
ASP
American Studies in Papyrology.
abbrev.
abbreviation, abbreviated.
abs.
absolute, absolutely
abst.
abstract.
acc.
accusative
acc. to
according to
Act.
Active
Act.Ap.
Acts of the Apostles
add.
addenda.
ad loc.
ad locum
Adj.
Adjective
Adv., Advbs.
Adverb, Adverbs
advl.
adverbial.
Aeol.
Aeolic
Aesch.Alex.
Aeschylus Alexandrinus
afterwds.
afterwards
Agath.
Agathias
Akkad.
Akkadian.
Al.
ἄλλοι, v. Vetus Testamentum
al.
alibi (i.e. elsewhere in the same author)
Alc.
Alcaeus
Alcm.
Alcman
Alex.
Alexis, when followed directly by a number, otherwise
Alexander
Amm.Marc.
Ammianus Marcellinus
An.Boiss.
v. Anecdota Graeca in index I.
An.Ox., Par.
Ane dota Oxoniensia, Parisiens a, v. I
anap.
anapaests
Anat.
in Anatomy
Anatolian Studies,
v. II
And.
Andocides
Anecd.Stud.
Anecdota Graeca et Latina, ed. R. Schoell & G. Studemund, v. I
Ann.Épigr.,
v. IV
Annales du Service,
v. IV
Annuario,
v. IV
Anon.astr.
Anonymus astrologus.
Anon.in Herc.
Scriptor Epicureus incertus, v. index I s.v. Epicurus.
Anon.Intr.Arat.
Anonymi Introductio in Aratum in Commentariorum in A. reliquiae, v. index I s.v. Aratus.
Ant.Diog.
Antonius Diogenes
Ant.Lib.
Antoninus Liberalis
Antip.
Antipater
Antiph.
Antiphanes
Anth.Lyr.
Anthologia Lyrica Graeca, E. Diehl, T(L) 1925; ed. 3, vol. i: fasc. 1–3, 1949–52; ed. 2, vol. ii: 1952.
aor.
aorist
ap.
apud (quoted in)
Ap.Ty.
Apollonius Tyanensis
Apoc.
Apocalypse; v. Novum Testamentum
Apollon.
Apollonius
App.
Appianus
app.
apparently.
App.Anth.,
v. Anthologia Graeca
Appellat.
Appellative
apptly.
apparently
Ar.
Aristophanes
Ar.Byz.
Aristophanes Byzantinus
Ar.Did.
Arius Didymus
Arc.
Arcadius or Arcadian dialect
Arch.
Archias
Arch.Anz.,
v. IV
Ἀρχ.Δελτ.,
v. IV
Ἀρχ.Ἐφ.,
v. IV
Arch.Pap.,
v. IV
Archit.
in Architecture
Arg.
Argive or Argument
Arg.Men.
v. index I s.v. Menander.
Arist.
Aristoteles
Aristoph.
Aristophanes (the Homeric critic)
arith.
in arithmetic.
Arm.
Armenian
Art.
Article
Ascl.
Asclepiodotus or Asclepius
Asclep.
Asclepiades
Asp
Aspasius
assim.
by assimilation.
Astrol.
in Astrology
astron.
in astronomy, astronomical.
Atene e Roma,
v. IV
Ath.
Athenaeus
Ath.Mitt.,
v. IV
Ἀθηνᾶ,
v. IV
Att.
Attic dialect
attrib.
attributed, attribution.
augm.
augment
Aus.
Ausonius
Ausonia,
v. IV
Avest.
Avestan

B

B.
Bacchylides
BCH Suppl.
v. index IV.
BE
Bulletin epigraphique in REG (v. index IV); cited by volume of REG and no. of Bulletin.
BGU,
v. III
BKT,
v. III
BMus.Inscr.,
v. II
BpW,
v. IV
BSA,
v. IV
Bacch.
Bacchius
Benndorf-Niemann Reisen in Lykien,
v. II
Berl.Sitzb.,
v. IV
Bgk.
Bergk
Bilabel Ὀψαρτ.,
v. III
Bile Dial.crét.
v. index II.
Blomf.
Blomfield
Boeot.
Boeotian dialect
Boll Sphaera
v. Teucer Babylonius in index I.
Buttm.
Philipp Buttmann
Byz.
Byzantine

C

CAF
T. Kock, Comicorum Atticorum Fragmenta, 3 vols., Leipzig 1880–8
CAlG
Collection des anciens alchimistes grecs, P. E. M. Berthelot, Paris 1888 [Holland Press 1963, Osnabrück 1967].
CGF
G. Kaibel, Comicorum Graecorum Fragmenta, vol. i fasc. i (all published), Berlin 1899
CGFP
Comicorum Graecorum Fragmenta in Papyris reperta, C. Austin, Berlin 1973.
CGL
Corpus Glossariorum Latinorum.
CIA,
v. IG in II
CID
v. index II.
CIG,
v. II
CIL,
v. II
CIRB
v. index II.
CMG
Corpus Medicorum Graecorum, Leipzig 1908–
CML
Corpus Medicorum Latinorum, Leipzig/Berlin 1915–.
CPHerm.,
v. III
CPR,
v. III
CQ,
v. IV
CR,
v. IV
CRAcad.Inscr.,
v. IV
c.
circa.
c. gen. pers., etc.
cum genitivo personae, etc.
ca.
circa
Call.
Callimachus
Call.Com.
Callias Comicus
Call.Hist.
Callias Historicus
Callin.
Callinus
Carm.
Carmen, Carmina, v. I
Cerc.
Cercidas
Cercop.
Cercopes, v. I
Certamen,
v. I
cf.
confer, conferatur
chem.
in chemistry.
Chr.
Christian.
Chron.Lind.,
v. II
cj.
conjecture, conjectured by
cl.
clause.
Cleobul.
Cleobulus
Cod.
Codex, v. I
cod., codd.
codex, codices
cogn.
cognate
coll. or collect.
collective
Coll.Alex.
J. U. Powell, Collectanea Alexandrina, Oxford 1925 [1970]
collat.
collateral
colloq.
colloquial.
Com.
Comedy, Comic, in the language of the Comic writers
Com.Adesp.,
v. I
comm.
commentary, commentator.
Comm.inArist.Graeca
Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca
Comp.
Comparative
compd.
compound
compos.
composition
Const.Δέδωκεν,
v. Justinianus
Const.omnem,
v. Justinianus
concr.
concrete.
Conj.
Conjunction
conj.
conjunctive
constr.
construction
contr.
contracted, contraction
Copt.
Coptic.
copul.
copulative
Corc.
Corcyra, Corcyraean
Corp.Herm.,
v. I
corr.
correction.
correl.
correlative
CPap.Jud.
v. index III.
cpd.
compound.
Cret.
Cretan
Cypr.
Cypria (v. I) or Cyprian dialect

D

D.
Demosthenes
D.C.
Dio Cassius
D.Chr.
Dio Chrysostomus
D.H.
Dionysius Halicarnassensis
D.L.
Diogenes Laertius
D.P.
Dionysius Periegeta
D.S.
Diodorus Siculus
D.T.
Dionysius Thrax
Dam.
Damascius
dat.
dative
Decr.
Decretum
def.
definition.
defect.
defective
Delph.3(1), (2),
v. II
Dem.Bith.
Demosthenes Bithynus
Dem.Ophth.
Demosthenes, Ophthalmicorum Scriptor
Dem.Phal.
Demetrius Phalereus, Historicus
Demioprata
v. index I.
demonstr.
demonstrative
Dep.
Deponent Verb
deriv.
derived, derivation, derivative
Desiderat.
Desiderative
dial.
dialectal, in dialects.
Dieg.,
v. Callimachus in index I.
difft.
different
Dig.
Digesta, v. I
Diller Trad.min.Gr.geogr.
A. Diller, The Tradition of the Minor Greek Geographers, American Philological Association 1952.
Dim.
Diminutive
Din.
Dinarchus
Dind.
Dindorf (W. or L.)
Diog.
Diogenes
Dion.Byz.
Dionysius Byzantius
Dioph.
Diophantus
dissim.
dissimilated
dist., distd., distn.
distinct, distinguished, distinction
disyll.
disyllable
Docum.
Documentum
Dor.
Doric
downwds.
downwards
Dsc.
Dioscorides Medicus
dub., dub. l., dub. sens.
dubious, dubia lectio, dubio sensu

E

E.
Euripides
EAM
v. index II.
EG
Epigrammata graeca, D. L. Page (OCT) 1975 [EG .. P.]
EGF
G. Kinkel, Epicorum Graecorum Fragmenta i (all published), Leipzig (T.) 1877
EGF
Epicorum Graecorum Fragmenta, M. Davies, Göttingen 1988 [EGF p. .. D.]
EM
Etymologicum Magnum
e.g.
exempli gratia
Ecphant.
Ecphantus
ed.
edited by
edd.
editors
Edict.Diocl.,
v. II
Eleg.Alex.Adesp.,
v. I
eleg.
elegist, elegiac.
ellipt.
elliptically
Elmsl.
Elmsley
elsewh.
elsewhere
enclit.
enclitic
Ep.
Epice, in the Epic dialect
Ep.
Epistula, rarely Epigram
Ep.Col., etc.
Epistle to the Colossians, etc., v. Novum Testamentum
Ἐφ.Ἀρχ.,
v. IV
Eph.Epigr.,
v. II
Ephes.2,
v. II
Epic.
Epicus
Epic.Alex.Adesp.,
v. I
Epid.
Epidaurus
Epig.
Epigenes or Epigonus
Epigoni,
v. I
Epigr.
Epigram
Epigr.Gr.,
v. II
Epin.
Epinicus
Epiph.Const.
v. Epiphanius Constantiensis in index I.
epist.
epistola (epistle, letter).
Epist.Charact.
Characteres Epistolici, v. I
Epistolographi
R. Hercher, Epistolographi Graeci, Paris (D.) 1873; [Amsterdam 1965]
epith.
epithet
equiv.
equivalent
Eranos,
v. IV
Erotici
R. Hercher, Erotici Scriptores Graeci, Leipzig (T.) 1858–9
esp.
especially
Et.Gen.
Etymologicum Genuinum
Et.Gud.
Etymologicum Gudianum
etc.
et cetera (i.e. in other authors)
etym.
etymology, etymologically
Eub.
Eubulus
Euc.
Euclides
Eup.
Eupolis
Euph.
Euphorio
euph. or euphon.
euphonic
euphem.
euphemistic, euphemistically
Eust.
Eustathius
Eustr.
Eustratius
Ev.Jo., etc.
Gospel according to John, etc., v. Novum Testamentum
exc.
except
exclam.
exclamation
expl., expld.
explanation, explained
expr.
expressing.

F

FGE
Further Greek Epigrams, D. L. Page, Cambridge 1981.
FGrH
F. Jacoby, Fragmente der griechischen Historiker, Berlin 1923–9, Leiden 1926–58 [1954–60] (3 parts in 17 vols.); J. (= Jacoby) in Suppl. refers to this work
FHG
C. Müller, Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum, 5 vols., Paris (D) 1841–70
FPG
F. W. A. Mullach, Fragmenta Philosophorum Graecorum, 3 vols., Paris (D.) 1860–81
f.l.
falsa lectio
fem.
feminine
fig.
figurative(ly).
fin.
sub finem
Foed.
Foedus
Foed.Delph.Pell.,
v. II
foll.
following.
folld.
followed
foreg.
foregoing
fort.
fortasse
Fr.
Fragment
fr.
from
Fr.Lex.,
v. Fragment in index I.
Fr.Ps.Gr.
Fragmenta Pseudepigraphorum quae supersunt Graeca, A. M. Denis, Leiden 1970.
freq.
frequent, frequently
Frequentat.
Frequentative Verb
Fs.Theocharis
Διεθνές συνέδριο για την Αρχαία Θεσσαλία στη μνήμη του Δημήτρη Ρ. Θεοχάρη, Athens 1992.
funer.
funerary.
fut.
future

G

GCS
Die griechischen christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte, Leipzig 1897–.
GDI,
v. II
GDRK
Die griechischen Dichterfragmente der römischen Kaiserzeit, E. Heitsch, Göttingen 1963–42 (2 vols.).
GGM
C. Müller, Geographici Graeci Minores, Paris (D.) 1855–61
GLP,
v. index III.
GVAK,
v. index II.
Gal.
Galenus
gen. or genit.
genitive
Geom.
in Geometry
Germ.
German
Gloss.
Glossaria, v. I
Glotta,
v. IV
Goth.
Gothic
Gött.gel.Anz.,
v. IV
Gött.Nachr.,
v. IV.
Gp.
Geoponica, v. I
Gr.
Greek
Gramm.
Grammarians, in the language of the Grammarians
Gramm.Lat.
H. Keil, Grammatici Latini, Leipzig 1855–80
HE
v. Anthologia Graeca in index I.
HGM
L. Dindorf, Historici Graeci Minores, Leipzig (T.) 1870–1
h.Ap., etc.
Hymnus ad Apollinem, etc., v. sq.
h.Hom.
hymni Homerici
Halic.
Halicarnassus
Haussoullier Milet,
v. II
Hdn.
Herodianus
Hdt.
Herodotus
Heb.
Ἑβραῖος, v. Vetus Testamentum
Hebr.
Hebrew
Hell.Oxy.
Hellenica Oxyrhynchia, v. I.
Hellen.
Hellenistic.
Hemerolog.Flor.,
v. I
Heracl.
Heraclas
Herc.,
v. III
Herm.
Hermann, Hermes, or Hermias
Hermes,
v. IV
Herod.
Herodas
Herod.Med.
Herodotus Medicus
Hes.
Hesiodus
heterocl.
heteroclite
heterog.
heterogeneous
hex.
hexameters
Hippiatr.,
v. I
Hist.Aug.
Historiae Augustae Scriptores, v. I
Hld.
Heliodorus, Scriptor Eroticus
Hp.
Hippocrates
Hsch.
Hesychius
Hymn.
Hymnus, Hymni, v. I
hyperdor.
hyperdorian

H

HE
v. Anthologia Graeca in index I.
HGM
L. Dindorf, Historici Graeci Minores, Leipzig (T.) 1870–1
h.Ap., etc.
Hymnus ad Apollinem, etc., v. sq.
h.Hom.
hymni Homerici
Halic.
Halicarnassus
Haussoullier Milet,
v. II
Hdn.
Herodianus
Hdt.
Herodotus
Heb.
Ἑβραῖος, v. Vetus Testamentum
Hebr.
Hebrew
Hell.Oxy.
Hellenica Oxyrhynchia, v. I.
Hellen.
Hellenistic.
Hemerolog.Flor.,
v. I
Heracl.
Heraclas
Herc.,
v. III
Herm.
Hermann, Hermes, or Hermias
Hermes,
v. IV
Herod.
Herodas
Herod.Med.
Herodotus Medicus
Hes.
Hesiodus
heterocl.
heteroclite
heterog.
heterogeneous
hex.
hexameters
Hippiatr.,
v. I
Hist.Aug.
Historiae Augustae Scriptores, v. I
Hld.
Heliodorus, Scriptor Eroticus
Hp.
Hippocrates
Hsch.
Hesychius
Hymn.
Hymnus, Hymni, v. I
hyperdor.
hyperdorian

I

I.-E., I.-Eur.
Indo-European
IEG
Iambi et elegi graeci ante Alexandrum cantati, M. L. West, Oxford 1971–2 (2 vols.), 1989 (vol. 12), 1992 (vol. 22).
IG,
v. II
IGC,
v. index II.
IGRom.,
v. II
IGSK,
v. index II.
IPE,
v. II
i.e.
id est
ib.
ibidem (i.e. in the same work)
ibid.
ibidem (i.e. in the same passage)
Icel.
Icelandic
Id.
Idem
Il.
Iliad
imper.
imperative
impers.
impersonal
impf.
imperfect
inc. loc.
incerto loco
incl.
including.
ind. or indic.
indicative
Ind.Lect.Rost.
Index Lectionum in Academia Rostochiensi.
indecl.
indeclinable
indef.
indefinite
inf.
infinitive
init.
ad initium
Inscr.
Inscription
Inscr.Cos, Cypr., etc.,
v. II
insep.
inseparable
instr.
instrumental
intens.
intensive
interp. or interpol.
interpolated
interpr.
interpreted, interpretation
interrog.
interrogative
intr.
intransitive
inv.
inventory.
Ion.
Ionic
iron.
ironically.
irreg.
irregular
Is.
Isaeus
Iterat.
Iterative
Izv.Arch.Comm.,
v. IV

J

J.
Josephus
JHS,
v. IV
JRCil.
v. index II.
JRS,
v. IV
Jahrb,
v. IV
Jahresh.,
v. IV
Jo.
Joannes
Jusj.
Jusjurandum

K

Kafizin
v. index II.
Keil-Premerstein,
v. II
Klio,
v. IV

L

LF, LW,
v. II
LW
v. LF in index II.
l.
lege
l. c.
loco citato
ll. cc.
locis citatis
Lacon
Laconian
Lapid.Gr.
Les Lapidaires de l’antiquité et du moyen âge. Tome II: Les Lapidaires grecs, F. de Mély, C. É. Ruelle, Paris 1898.
Lat.
Latin
Lcn.
Lucianus interpres, v. index I.
Leg Gort.,
v. II
Leg.Sacr.,
v. II
leg.
legendum
Leipz.Stud.,
v. IV
lengthd.
lengthened
Leon.
Leonidas (two epigrammatists)
Leonid.
Leonidas Medicus
Lett.
Lettish
Lex
Lex (law)
Lex.
Lexicon, v. I
lit.
literally, literal
Lit.Crit.
in Literary Criticism
Lith.
Lithuanian
Liv.Ann.,
v. IV
Lob.
C. A. Lobeck
loc.
locative
Locr.
Locrian.
Lyc.
Lycophron
Lyr.
Lyricus, Lyric poetry
Lyr.Adesp.,
v. I
Lyr.Alex.Adesp.,
v. I
Lys.
Lysias
Lysim.
Lysimachus

M

M.Ant.
Marcus Antoninus, v. Marcus
ME., MHG., etc.
Middle English, Middle High German, etc.
MPER
v. index III.
Maced.
Macedonia(n).
Magn.
Magnes
Man.
Manetho
Mantiss Prov.,
v. I
Mar.Vict.
Marius Victorinus
Marc.Arg.
Marcus Argentarius
Marc.Sid.
Marcellus Sidetes
Margites,
v. I
Marm.Par.,
v. II
masc.
masculine
Math.
in Mathematics
Med.
Medium, Middle
Medic.
in medical writers
Megar.
Megarian
Megalop.
Megalopolis
Mein.
Meineke
Mel.
Meleager
Meliss.
Melissus
Men.
Menander
Mess.
Messenian
metaph.
metaphorically, metaphorical
metaplast
metaplastice
metath.
metathesis
meton.
metonymical(ly).
metr.
metrically
metri gr.
metri gratia
Michel,
v. II
Milet.3, 6, 7,
v. II
mil.
military.
Miller Mélanges
v. Etymologicum Genuinum in index I.
Mitteis Chr.,
v. III
Mnemos,
v. IV
Mod.
modern
Moer.
Moeris
Mon.Anc.Gr.,
v. II
Mon.Ant.,
v. IV
Mosch.
Moschus
Μουσ Σμυρν.,
v. IV
Mus.Belg.,
v. IV
Music.
in musical writers
Myc.
Mycenaean.

N

NT
Novum Testamentum
NWGk.
North-West Greek.
n. pr.
nomen proprium
neg.
negative
neut. or n.
neuter
Nic.
Nicander or Nicias
Nic.Dam.
Nicolaus Damascenus
nom.
nominative
Nosti,
v. I
Not.Scav.,
v. IV

O

OE.
Old English
OGI,
v. II
OHG.
Old High German
OIr.
Old Irish
O.Pers.
Old Persian.
obj.
object.
Od.
Odyssey
oft.
often
onomat.
onomatopoeic.
opp.
opposed to
opt.
optative
Orac.
Oraculum
Orat.Att.
J. G. Baiter and H. Sauppe, Oratores Attici, Zurich 1845–50 [Hildesheim 1967]
orat.obliq.
oratio obliqua
Oratt.
Oratores Attici
Orchom.
Orchomenos
orig.
originally
Osc.
Oscan
Ostr.,
v. III
Ostr.Strassb.,
v. III
ostr.
ostracon. (For Ostr. v. index III).
Oxy.
POxy., q.v. (III)
oxyt.
oxytone

P

PAlex and other abbrevs. beginning with P,
v. III
PCG 2, 3(2), 4, 5, 7
Poetae comici Graeci, R. Kassel, C. Austin, Berlin/New York: II: Agathenor-Aristonymus, 1991; III 2: Aristophanes, 1984; IV: Aristophon-Crobylus, 1983; V: Damoxenus-Magnes, 1986; VII: Menecrates-Xenophon, 1989.
PEG
Poetarum epicorum Graecorum testimonia et fragmenta 1, A. Bernabé, T(L) 1987.
PG, PL
Patrologiae cursus completus, series Graeca, J.-P. Migne, Paris 1857–68 (162 vols.); Patrologiae cursus completus, series Latina, J.-P. Migne, Paris 1844–55 (221 vols).
PGR
Paradoxographorum Graecorum reliquiae, A. Giannini, Milan 1965.
PLG
T. Bergk, Poetae Lyrici Graeci4, Leipzig 1882 (reprint 1914–15)
PMG
Poetae Melici Graeci, D. L. Page, Oxford 1962 [1967].
PMGF
Poetarum Melicorum Graecorum Fragmenta, M. Davies, Oxford 1991.
PPF
H. Diels, Poetarum Philosophorum Fragmenta, Berlin 1901
PSI
v. index III.
Pall.
Palladius or Palladas
Pamph.
Pamphylian
Pap.
Papyrus
paratrag.
paratragoedia
parenth.
parentheses.
Parm.
Parmenides
Parmen
Parmenio
parod.
parody
Paroemiographi
E. L. von Leutsch & F. G. Schneidewin, Corpus Paroemiographorum Graecorum, Göttingen 1839–51; [Hildesheim 1958; w. Suppl., L. Cohn et al., Hildesheim 1961]
parox.
paroxytone
part.
participle
partit.
partitive
Pass.
Passive
Patron.
Patronymic
pecul.
peculiar
perh.
perhaps
Peripl.M.Rubr.,
v. I
perispom.
perispomenon
pers., person.
person, personal
pers.n.
personal name.
Petersen-Luschan
Reisen in Lykien, v. II
pf. or perf.
perfect
Ph.
Philo
Phan.
Phanias
Phil
Philippus Epigrammaticus
Phil.Wochenschr.,
v. IV
Philet.
Philetas
Philipp.Com.
Philippus Comicus
Philol.
Philolaus
Philol.,
v. IV
Philonid.
Philonides; for Vit. Philonid. v. infr.
Philos.
in Philosophy
Phld.
Philodemus Philosophus
Phlp.
Philoponus
Phoen.
Phoenix
phr.
phrase.
Physici
Physici et medici Graeci minores, J. L. Ideler, Berlin 1841–2 [Amsterdam 1963] (2 vols.).
Pi.
Pindarus
pl.
plural
Pl.
Plato
Plb.
Polybius
Plin.
Pliny
plpf.
pluperfect
Poet.
Poeta, poetical
Poliorc.
v. Poliorcetici in index I.
Pors.
Porson
post-Hom.
post-Homeric
pr.
preface.
pr. n.
proper name
pred.
predicate, predicative.
Prep.
Preposition
pres.
present
presum.
presumably.
Prisc.
Priscus Historicus
Prisc Lyd.
Priscianus Lydus
Priscian.Inst.
Priscianus Grammaticus, Institutio
priv.
privative
prob.
probable, probably
prob. for
probably to be read instead of
prob. l.
probable reading
prolog.
prologus, prologue.
Pron.
Pronoun
prop.
properly
proparox.
proparoxytone
properisp.
properispomenon
prov.
proverbially, proverbial
Pyth. or Pythag.
Pythagoras, Pythagorean.
Pyth.Hell.
The Pythagorean Texts of the Hellenistic Period, H. Thesleff, Åbo 1965.

Q

Q.S.
Quintus Smyrnaeus
q.v., qq.v.
quod vide, quae vide
qn.
question
Quint.
Quintilianus or Quinta Versio (v. Vetus Testamentum)
quot(s).
quotation(s).

R

RIB
v. index II.
radic.
radical
Ramsay
Cities and Bishoprics, v. II
Recueil de Travaux,
v. IV
redupl.
reduplicated.
ref.
reference.
reflex.
reflexive
regul.
regular, regularly
relat.
relative
repr.
reprint(ed).
republ.
republished.
rest
restoration, restored
Rev.Arch.,
v. IV
Rev.Épigr.,
v. IV
Rev.Ét.Gr.,
v. IV
Rev.Phil.,
v. IV
rev.
revised.
Rh.
Rhetores Graeci, ed Wa’z
Rh.Mus,
v. IV
Rhet.
Rhetorical, Rhetoric
Rhet.
L. Spengel, Rhetores Graeci, 3 vols., Leipzig (T.) 1853–6: i pars ii, iterum ed. C. Hammer 1894
Riv.Fil.,
v. IV
Rhod.
Rhodian.
Rom.imp.
(of) Roman imperial (date).
Roussel
Cultes Égyptiens, v. II
Ruf.
Rufus
Rufin
Rufinus
Ruhnk.
Ruhnken
Rüsch,
v. II

S

S.
Sophocles
S.E.
Sextus Empiricus
SIG,
v. II
SLG
Supplementum Lyricis Graecis. Poetarum Lyricorum Graecorum fragmenta quae recens innotuerunt, D. L. Page, Oxford 1974.
SRAM
C. Müller, Scriptores Rerum Alexandri Magni, Paris (D., post Arrianum) 1846
SVF
H. von Arnim, Stoicorum Veterum Fragmenta, Leipzig 1903
Salamine
v. index II.
s. v.
sub voce
s. v. l.
si vera lectio
Sammelb.,
v. III
sc.
scilicet
Sch.
Scholia; see under several authors Sch.Gen.Il., Sch.min.Il., etc, v. Homerus in index I.
Schneid.
Schneider
Schw.
Schweighäuser
Schwyzer,
v. II
Scol.
Scolia
sens.obsc.
sensu obsceno
Sext.
Sextus Philosophus or Sexta Versio (v. Vetus Testamentum) A in index I.
sg.
singular
shd
should
shortd.
shortened
signf.
signification
sim.
similar.
Skt.
Sanskrit
Slav.
Slavonic
Sm.
Symmachus v. Vetus Testamentum A in index I.
Socr.Rel.
Socraticorum reliquiae, G. Giannantoni, Rome 1983–5 (4 vols.).
Sophocles Greek Lexicon
E. A. Sophocles, Greek Lexicon of the Roman and Byzantine Period (146 B.C.–1100 A.D.), New York 1887 [1951].
sp.
spelling, spelt.
spec.
specific(ally).
sq., sqq.
sequens, sequentia
St.Byz.
Stephanus Byzantius
Stad.
Stadiasmus, v. I
Stoic.
SVF, q.v.
Str.
Strabo
strengthd.
strengthened
sts.
sometimes
Stud.Ital.
Studi italiani di filologia classica, 1893–
Stud.Pal.,
v. III
Stud.Pont.,
v. II
sub.
subaudi
subj.
subjunctive
subscr.
in subscriptione.
Subst.
Substantive
Sup.
Superlative
Supp.Com.
J. Demiańczuk, Supplementum Comicum, Cracow 1912
Supp.Epigr.,
v. II
Supp.Lyr.
E. Diehl, Supplementum Lyricum3, Bonn 1917
suppl.
supplement
Suppl.Hell.
Supplementum Hellenisticum, H. Lloyd-Jones, P. J. Parsons, Berlin 1983.
Surg.
in Surgery
susp., susp. l.
suspected, suspecta lectio
syll.
syllable
sync
syncopated
Syngr.
Syngrapha
synon.
synonymous
Syr.
Syrus interpres, v. Vetus Testamentum in index I.
Syrac.
Syracuse, Syracusan

T

TAM,
v. II
TGF
A. Nauck, Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta2, Leipzig 1889
TrGF 1, 2, 3, 4
Tragicorum Graecorum fragmenta. 1: Didascaliae tragicae, catalogi tragicorum et tragoediarum, testimonia et fragmenta tragicorum minorum, B. Snell, Göttingen 1971; Ed. correctior et addendis aucta, R. Kannicht, Göttingen 1986. 2: Fragmenta adespota. Testimonia volumini 1 addenda. Indices ad volumina 1 et 2, R. Kannicht, B. Snell, Göttingen 1981. [Trag.Adesp. .. K.-S.] 3: Aeschylus, S. Radt, Göttingen 1985. 4: Sophocles, S. Radt (frr. 730a–g edidit R. Kannicht), Göttingen 1977.
t.t.
technical term
Tab.Defix,
v. II
Tab.Defix. Aud.,
v. II
Tab Heracl.,
v. II
tab.defix.
tabella(-ae) defixionis. (For Tab.Defix. v. index II).
Taillardat Images
J. Taillardat, Les Images d’Aristophane: Études de langue et de style, Paris 1965.
Tarent.
Tarentum, Tarentine
termin.
termination
Test.
Testimonium
Test.Epict,
v. II
Th.
Thucydides
Thd
Theodotion
Theb.Ostr.,
v. III
Thebaïs,
v. I
Them.
Themistius
Themist.
Themistocles
Theo Sm.
Theon Smyrnaeus
Theoc.
Theocritus
Theod.
Theodorus
Theol.Ar.,
v. I
Thess.
Thessalian
Thgn.
Theognis
Thphr.
Theophrastus
Ti.Locr.
Timaeus Locrus
Tim.
Timotheus Lyricus
Tim.Com.
Timotheus Comicus
Tim.Gaz.
Timotheus Gazaeus
Tim.Lex.
Timaeus Grammaticus
tit.
titulus
Titanomach.
Titanomachia, v. I
tm.
tmesis
Trag.
Tragic, Tragedy, in the language of the Tragic writers
Trag.Adesp.,
v. I
trans.
transitive
transf.
(in) transferred (sense).
transl.
translating, translation of.
trisyll.
trisyllable
Tryph
Tryphiodorus
Tull.Sab.
Sabinus (q.v.), Tullius
Tyrrhen.
Tyrrhenian

U

UPZ,
v. III
Umbr.
Umbrian
unexpld.
unexplained.
unkn.
unknown.
unpubl.
unpublished.
usu.
usually

V

v.
vide; also voce or vocem
v.h.v.
vide hanc vocem
v.l., vv.ll.
varia lectio, variae lectiones
van Brock Vocab.medic.
N. van Brock, Recherches sur le vocabulaire médical du grec ancien, Paris 1961.
var.
variant (of).
vbs.
verbs.
Ved.
Vedic
verb.Adj
verbal Adjective
Vit.
for ‘Anon. Vit.Arist.’ and some other refs. containing ‘Vit.’ see Diogenes Laertius.
Vit.Philonid.
VitaPhilonidisEpicurei, v. I
voc.
voce, vocem; also vocative
Vorsokr.7
Die Fragmente der Vorsokratiker7, H. Diels, W. Kranz, Berlin (Weidmann) 19547 (3 vols.)

X

X.
Xenophon
X.Eph.
Xenophon Ephesius
Xenoph.
Xenophanes

Y

Youtie Scriptiunculae
v. index III.
Zeitschr.d.Savigny-Stiftung,
v. IV

Z

Zen.
Zenobius
Zon.
Zonas