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play: P. and V. παιδιά, ἡ.

in drunken sport: P. μετὰ παιδιᾶς καὶ οἴνου (Thuc. 6, 28).

speak in sport (as opposed to in earnest): P. and V. παίζων λέγειν.

amusement: P. and V. διατριβή, ἡ.

hunting: P. and V. θήρα, ἡ (Plato), ἄγρα, ἡ (Plato), V. κυνηγία, ἡ.

Met., sport of plaything of: Ar. and P. παίγνιον, τό (gen.), or use prey.

object of mockery: P. and V. γέλως, ὁ, κατάγελως, ὁ, V. ὕβρισμα, τό.

verb intransitive

P. and V. παίζειν, V. ἀθύρειν; (also Plato but rare P.).

frisk about: P. and V. σκιρτᾶν.

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