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Γελᾷ δ' ὁ μωρός, κἄν τι μὴ γέλοιον ᾖ -> The fool laughs even when there's nothing to laugh at

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P. and V. παῖς, ὁ or ἡ, Ar. and V. τέκνον, τό (rare P.), τέκος, τό, γόνος, ὁ, V. γονή, ἡ, γέννημα, τό, γένεθλον, τό, σπέρμα, τό (rare P.), σπορά, ἡ; see son, daughter.

off-spring: P. and V. ἔκγονος, ὁ or ἡ.

scion: V. θάλος, τό, βλάστημα, τό Ar. and V. ἔρνος, τό; see scion.

little child, infant: P. and V. νήπιος, ὁ or ἡ (Plat., Ant.), Ar. and P. παιδάριον, τό, παιδίον, τό, Ar. τεκνίδιον, τό.

babe: V. βρέφος, τό, τυτθός, ὁ or ἡ.

of children, adj.: P. and V. παίδειος (Plat.).

of infants: V. νήπιος.

blest in one's children: Ar. and V. εὔπαις, V. εὔτεκνος.

be blest in one's children, v.: V. εὐτεκνεῖν (Eur., Frag.).

blessing of good children, subs.: Ar. and V. εὐπαιδία, ἡ.

cursed in one's children, adj.: V. δύστεκνος.

having two children: V. δίπαις.

having fifty children: V. πεντηκοντάπαις.

having fair children: V. καλλίπαις.

loving one 's children: Ar. and V. φιλότεκνος.

murder one's children, v.: V. παιδοκτονεῖν.

murdering one's children, adj.: V. παιδοκτόνος.

the guilt of child-murder: V. τεκνοκτόνον μύσος (Eur., H.F. 1155).

from a child: see from childhood under childhood.