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Index:Abbreviations/E

Ὀίκοι μένειν δεῖ τὸν καλῶς εὐδαίμονα -> The person who is well satisfied should stay at home.
Aeschylus, fr. 317
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.