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Hera, and of women in general, A 55, | σaro, carry off as booty, rivá, a 398,
Σ 28 ; πολλά, ψ 357.

572.

Aniov, lov, crop (uncut), segetes,

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λευρῷ (λεῖος), plan o, level, η 123t. λεύσσω, prs, ipf., λεῦσσ(ε), (λευκός), cernere, see clearly; ni rógσov, SO far; rvá, conspicere, behold, Y 346, € 200.

λεχε-ποίην (λέχος, ποίη), making his
bed in the grass, o river Asōpos,
383; of towns, meadowy, grassy, B 697.
λέχος, ει, έ(α), έων, έεσσιν) έσσι,
(éxw), bedstead, 189; bed-clothing,
OTOpéral, make the bed, I 621, 648,
pl.; TUKIVóv, firmly built, n 340,
179; the entire bed, including couch
and bedding, A 609, г 447; Tоρσúvelv,
prepare and share, y 403, r 411;
τρητά, smoothly polished; δινωτά,
smoothly turned (posts and bars);
pl., the whole bed, composed of all its
parts, 1, 730, Q 743; bier, funeral
couch, w 44, 165, 720.

AEX, (1) act.: aor. λega, imp. λégov,
put to rest, 635; fig., E 252.-(2)
mid.: fut. and I aor. and syncop. 2 aor.
imp. λéco, Mégɛo, lay one's self to rest,
0 519, I 67, 350, 8 413, p. 102; lie
ease, B 435.

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ληίδος, τῆς, acc. ίδα, (λάξω), praeda, prey, booty, consisting of men, beasts, or treasure, A 677, 41. []

ληιστήρες (ο 426, ληίστορες), -ρσι, Aniloμai), praedatores, pirates, y 73. (Od.)

λéwv, ovros, etc., (exc. ow), dat. pl. Aelovoi (Néovoi, X 262), leo, lion, bold in the midst of pursuit, F 23; attacks flocks or herds, E 140; λέοντα γυναιξίν (instead of Xéaivav), destruction to women, as goddess of sudden death.

λήγεις, imp. λῆγ ̓, inf. -έμεναι, ipf.
ἔληγε, λῆγ(ε), fut. λήξω, ειν, aor. 3 pl.
λῆξαν, opt. αιμι, ειεν, leave off, cease,
Tivós, Z 107; or with part., 224; ¿v
Goi (with thee), I 97; abate, μévos,
martial fury; χεῖρας φόνοιο, stay my
hands from slaughter, x 63.

Anon, wife of Tyndareos, mother
of Kastor and Polydeukes, and of Kly-
taimnestra, 298, 300.
ληθάνει, ἐκ Távтwv, does not
allow me to think on all, n 221†.
Anen (new), oblivio, forgetfulness,
B. 33t.

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ληϊστοί, ή, (ληίζομαι), may be plundered (i. e. taken by plunder), I ̊406, 408.

Anitidi, tỷ, (Anic), the dispenser of booty (Athena), K 460†.

Aniros, son of Alektryon, chief of the Boiotians, B 494, N 91, P 601, Ζ 35.

Aŋkuow, rỷ, oil-flask, oil-bottle, 79 and 215.

Anuvos, Lemnos, an island west of
Troas, with (probably in the time of
Homer) a city of the same name,
230, 281; nyalen, sacred to Hephais-
tos (also to the Kabeiroi), on account
of its volcano, Moschylos; now called
Stalimene [()s Tǹ(v) Añμvov].

λήσω, σομαι, see λανθάνω.
Λητώ, οὓς, οῖ, voc. οῖ, Leto, Latona,
mother of Apollon and of Artemis by
Zeus, λ 580, A 9, ¿pikvdéos, ýúkoμos,
καλλιπαρήῳ.

λιαζόμενον, ipf. λιάζετο, aor. λιάσθης,
n, ev, eis, effugere, retire, withdraw
(from), κῦμα, ὕπαιθα, τινός, or with
prep.; sink down, Y 418; προτὶ γαίη,
πρηνής; droop, πτερά.

Aiapo, ov, tepidus, warm, lukewarm,
A 477; sweet, gentle, 164.

Aißin, Libya, west of Aigyptos, d
85,295.

Atyă, adv., (Ayúç), shrilly, piercingly,
527, 254.

λιγαίνω, ipf. 3 pl. ἐλίγαινον, (λιγύς),
cry with loud voice, A 685†.

Aiyony (axis, lacero), scraping,
grazing; Balλev, x 278†.
λιγέως, adv. from λιγύς.

Años, son of Teutamos, father of
Hippothoos, B 843, P 288.
λήθω, see λανθάνω.

λίγξε, aor., (λίγγω ?λίζω), tuanged,
Δ 125†.

(λιγύς), whistling

ληϊάδας (ληίς) γυναῖκας, captivas
feminas, female captives, Y 193†.
ληϊ-βοτείρης (λήϊον, βόσκω)'συός, Ξ 290 ; αοιδή, loud-sounding, shrill (the
crop-destroying, sow, o 29†.

λίγο - πνείοντας
(gusts), δ 567†.
λιγυρῃ, ήν, ῇσι, (λιγύς), shrill-voiced,

word orig. began with two

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λιγύς, ύν, ύ, έων ; εἴα, εἴη, εἴαν, adν. Alyéws (orig. beginning with two consonants), penetrating, clear, piercing, shrill, whistling, loud, pópμryyı, ayoρητής.

λίγο-φθόγγοισιν (φθόγγος), loud-, clear-voiced, B 50, 8 6. λίγο-φώνῳ (φωνή), harsh-screaming, T 350f. λίζω, σε λίγξει

Aíny, (Añv, desire), gladly, fully, exceedingly; with negative, very much, altogether; kai X., and certainly, and by all means, A 553. [, but ten times i.]

Ateak, dat. sing., (Xiloc), stony, hard, & 415t.

λιθάδεσσι, ταῖς, (λίθος), stone, ξ 36. (Od.)

λιθέῳ, εοι, (λίθος), saxeus, of stone, v 107.

λίθος, οιο, ου, ῳ, ον, οι, οισ(ι), ους, masc. and fem. (twice), rock, y 296; v 156, stone, in field, or for building; stone seats, 0 6; symbol of firmness and harshness; Xilov Onkey=oinge.

Aikμúvтwv, gen. pl. of part., (Auxμáw, λικμός), υinnow, E 500†.

λικμητῆρος, τοῦ, (λικμάω), winnower, who threw the grain with winnowing shovel against the wind, thus separating it from the chaff, N 590f.

Aikpipis, adv., (λéxpios, obliquus), sideways, to one side, 463.

Aikúuvios, brother of Alkmene, slain by Tlepolemos, B 663†.

Athaia, town in Phokis, at the source of the Kephisos, B 523†.

Aidaíopal, prs., ipf. Aλaiero, (Xáojouai), cupere, gestire, desiderare, desire, with inf., or with gen. τινός, e. g. ὁδοῖο, ν 31; also of inanimate objects, missiles, xpoòc doaι, etc., φύωσδε (sc. ἐλθεῖν), λ 223.

λιμήν, ἕνος, ένι, ένα, ες, έ(νεσ)σι, ας, ipvn), portus, harbor, pl. also in signif. of inlets, bays, Y 745, v 96, d 846.

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λίνο-θώρηξ (λίνον), wearing a liner cuirass, B 529. (As represented in adjoining cut; cf. also No. 12.)

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λίνον, οιο, ου, ψ, (λῖτα, linum), flax, yarn, fishing-line, thread, esp. the thread of human destiny, spun to each one at birth by Αὖσα and Κλῶθες, Υ 128, Ω 210, η 198 (see cut under ἠλά κárn); fisher's net, E 487; linen cloth, linen, fleecy (as bed covering), I 661.

Atvov, lay of Linos, lament over the death of the youth Linos (perh. personification of spring), Σ 570†.

λίπα (ἀλείφω, liquor), old oblique
case of a subst., or acc. ntr. of adj., as
adv.=shining with fat, unctuously, y 466.

λιπαρο-κρήδεμνος (κρήδεμνον), will
shining head-band, Σ 382†.
λίπᾶρο-πλοκάμοιο (πλόκαμος), will
shining braids, T 126†.

λιπαρῷ, όν, οῖσι, ούς, ήν, άς, ά,
Xina, Ger. kleben), nitens, niti-
dus, anointed, shining (beautiful, white);
wealthy, comfortable, λ`136 ; so also adv.

Aurapos, & 210.

Т

λιπόω (λίπα), nitere, v. 1., τ 72†,
Ι. λίς, ῖν, (λῖς, λέων), lion, Λ 239,

λίμνη, ης, η, ην, (λείβω), lacus,|480.. stagnum, palus, lake, swamp, marsh,

317; y 1, sea.

Λιμν-ώρεια, lit. “she who guards a harbor," a Nereid, Σ 41f. Aiuós, , óv, fames, hunger, famine,

T 166, 166.

Alvdos, town in Rhodos, B 656†.

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rock, μ 64, 79.

ΙΙΙ. λίς, λῖτί, λῖτα, dat. acc., (λίνον), linen; cover of seat, к 353; of chariot when not in use, 441; of dead, 352; of cinerary urn,

254.

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ipf. (ἐ)(λ)λίσσετο, etc., iter. λισσέσκετο,
I aor. Xoáμny, subj. λíoy, imp. Xioai,
2 aor. ἐλιτόμην, opt. οίμην, inf. λιτέσθαι,
precari, beseech, pray, rivà euxñol,
εvxwλyoi Mirnoi Tε, Znvóc, by Zeus,
Tрós, VTEρ Tivos, for the sake of, by,
γούνων (λαβών, ἁψάμενος), etc., β 68,
I 451, 481; various constructions:
with inf., with acc. and inf., with öπws,
Oavaróv ol, sibi necem; Taura
vuéac, haec vos precor.
λισσὴ (λεῖος) πέτρη,lêve saxum,nica), of an onion.
smooth rock, y 293. (Od.)

AOTρevovτa, part., dig about, w 227ft.
(See follg.)

λούω, the forms may be classed
under two stems, λo- and Xoɛ.—I.
λοξω (lavo), ipf. λό-(Fe), λοῦον, aor.
λίστροισι, dat. pl. ntr., seraper or λοῦσ(εν), αν, subj. λούσῃ, inf. λοέσαι
hoe for cleaning the floor of large hall | (λοῦσαι), imp. λύεσον, λούσατε, part.
of house, x 455†.
λοέσασα, mid. prs. λούεσθαι λοῦσθαι,
λῖτα, see III. λίς.
aor. λούσαντο, σαιτο, ασθε, ασθαι, pass.
λιτάνευε = ἐλλιτάνευε, ipf., futt. -εύ- | pf. λελουμένος. - II. ipf. λóɛov, aor.
σομεν, aor. ἐλλιτάνευσα, (λιταί), im-|λοέσσαι, σσας, mid. fut. λοέσσομαι, aor.
plorabat, beseech; πо\\ά, impense, λotoσaro, σσáμɛvoc, n, (parallel form
earnestly, X 414; yoúvwv (à¥âμevoi), λoFέow), lavare, bathe, wash, mid.,
by one's knees (grasping the knees), have one's self washed, in waters of
river, Z 508; 'QRɛavoło, washed by
Okeanos.

Q 357.

λίταί, ῇσι, (λίσσομαι), preces, prayers, with λσáμηv, λ 34; personified, I 502-4, daughters of Zeus, penitential prayers following after their sister arn (the blindness, the delusion which has caused the fault), moving limpingly and with eyes fixed on the ground.

λιτί, see III. λίς.
λό' = λόε, see λούω.

Aoßotov, masc., auriculis, lobes
of the ears, E 182t.

λόγος, οισ(ιν), (λέγω), story, tale;

words, talk, language, O 393.
λόε, εσσαι, etc., see λούω.

λοετρά, ῶν, τά, (λούω), lavacrum, baths, 'Keavolo, in Oceano, & 275.

λοετρο-χόῳ, ον, (χέω), adj., pouring

Or containing water for the bath; τρíToda, tripod with the water-kettle, 346,0 435; but v 297, subst. bath-maid. λοέω, see λούω.

λοιβῆς, ῇ, ήν, (λείβω), libation, Δ 49,

Ω '70.

λοίγι(α) (λοιγός), perniciosa, pestilent, deadly, 533; ending fatally (Epya), A 518. Xolyós, óv, masc., (lugere), pernicies, interitus, death, ruin, by sickness or war;, vev, iacturam, destruction, II 80.

λοιμός, οἷο, (λείβω?), lues, pestilence, A 61 and 97.

λοῖσθος (λοιπός), postremus, last, ¥ 536†. Hence λotonïov, ultimum praemium, prize for the hindmost, ¥ 785 = λοισθήϊ(α), Ψ 751.

Aokpoí, Lokroi, a tribe occupying one of the divisions of Hellas, and dwelling on the Euripos, on both sides of Mount Knemis, B 527, 535, N 686. λοπόν, τόν, (λέπω), τ 233†, peel (tu

λοφϊήν, τήν, (λόφος), comb, or bristly ridge of boar's back, 7 446†.

λódos, ov, wv, masc., (globus), (1) crest or plume of helmet, usually of horse-hair, E 743. (See adjoining cuts, and Nos. 3, 11, 12, 17, 18, 20, 36, 79, 122, 128.)-(2) cervices, back of neck of animals, 508; and of men, K 573. -(3) collis, hill, ridge, λ 596.

λοχάω, prs. λοχόωσι, ῶσι, όωντες, aor. Xoxñoa, hoas, mid. fut. -nooμai, aor. ησάμενος, (λόχος), insidiari, lie in wait, v 268, χ 53; τινά, κaylay, ν 425; so also mid., & 670.

λόχμῃ, τῇ, (λόχος), thicket, lair of wild beast, r 439†.

λόχος, ου, ψ, ον, οι, (λέχω), place for lying in wait, (1) the lying in wait, ambush, A 379; λ 525, TUKIvóv, crowded and кóïλog, hollow, of wooden horse before Troy.-(2) the men who lie in

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λύθεν = ἐλύθησαν, from λύω. Aúlpo, T, (lues), cruore, gore, with and without aiμarı; TEπalayμévos, defiled, Z 268, cf. A 169, x 402. λυκά-βαντος, τοῦ, (lux, βαίνω), year, 161 and 7 306.

Aйкwv, a Trojan, slain by Peneleos,
II 335, 337.

λυγρός, ῷ, όν, ῶν, οἷς ; ἧς, ῇ, ήν; á, (lugeo, λevyaλéoç), miserabilis, miserandus, funestus, wretched, pitiable, ruinous, 531, P 642, o 134; perniciosus, & 230, λ 432; igna-343. vus, worthless, N 119, 237, o 107; vilis, contemptible, π 457; adv. Avypas, foede, E 763.

Aukó-opyos, (1) son of Dryas, banishes from his land the worship of Dionysos (Bacchus), Z 134.—(2) an Arkadian, slays Areithoos, Η 142

148.

AÚKOLO, OL, WV, OUS, (Flukos), lupus, wolf, K 334; symbol of blood-thirstiness, A 471, A 72.

Auкo-póvτηs, a Trojan, slain by Teukros, → 275.

λύματ(α), τά, (lues, lu-strum),
filth, dirt, A 314, 171.
λυπρή (λύπη), tristis, poor, ν

243†.

Λυκό-φρων, son of Mastor, Kythera, companion of Aias, 0 430. AUKTOS, city in Kreta, east of Knosos, B 647, P 611.

Aupvno(o)ós, town in Mysia, under sway of Thebе vжолλaкiŋ, В 690, T 60, Y 92, 191.

Λύσ-ανδρος, a Trojan, slain by
Aias, A 491†.

λύσι-μελής (μέλος, member; false
derivation, v 56 sq.), relaxing the limbs,

AйκασTOS, Я, a town in southern part of Kreta, B 647†.

λύων, pis., ipf. (also λύε, ομεν, ον),

λύκέην, τήν, (λύκος), wo'f-slim,

459†.

Aúkŋ-yevéï (lux), light-born, epithet of Apollo as sun-god, ▲ 101, 119.

Λυκάων, (1) father of Pandaros, Elfut., aor. [also λῦσεν, σαν, σασ(α)], 197, 95.-(2) son of Priamos and of pass. pf. Aλvrai, vyrai, opt. uro, plupt. Laothoe, F 333; slain by Achilleus, vro; aor. Avon, 3 pl. Auer, also aor. 114 sqq. mid. Xúro, λúvro, solvere, (1) loose, Kopen, release, let go ; τινά τινι, set free (anоívov, for ransom).-(2) dismiss, assemblies; componere lites, adjust disagreements.—(3) τινὸς οι τινὶ yvĩa, μévos, 4vxýv, interimere, kill ; also of animals, with the weapon as subject, e. g. TÉλEKUS, Y 450.-(4) unnerve, weaken, yvia, youvara (also as effect of amazement, o 212), Biny; of sleep, úlev dé oi üɛa návrα, all her limbs lost their strength.-(5) delere,

Avkin, (1) division of Asia Minor, B 877; Avkiŋvde, to Lykia, Z 168; Auxinoev, from Lykia, E 105; the inhabitants, Aukio, led by Glaukos, H 13, and by Sarpedon, E 647, 426, II 490.-(2) district on river Aisēpos; its chief town Zéλɛia, B 824, E 173.

Λυκο-μήδης, son of Kreon in Boio-break down, destroy, κάρηνα, κρήδεμνα, tia, P 346, T 240. towers, battlements; μeλednμara Ovμov, dissipate cares, anxiety. Mid. prs. Avóueda inπоνç, let us put out our horses; ipf. Avóμnv, ovтo, fut. Avooμai, μενος, aor. ἐλύσαο, ατο, σασθ(αι), 2 a01. λύμην, λύτο, λύντο, se, sibi, or sua solvere, release, set free (for one's self or one's own), freq., redimere, ransom, A 13. [ before σ, elsewh. in arsi; except thrice v.]

λωβάομαι, aor. λωβήσασθε, opt from|λωβήσαιο, maltreat ; τινά λώβην, 1gnominia afficere, do despite, N 623. λωβεύω, εις, (λώβη), mock, y 15 and

λύσιος, ιν, (λύω), ransoming, Ω 655; lavárov, rescue from death, 421.

λύσσα, αν, fem., (λύκος), rabies, martial rage, I 239, Þ 542.

λυσσητῆρα, τόν, (λύσσα), one who rages, with kúva, of Hektor, 2991. λυσσώδης (λύσσα), raging, of Hektor, Ν 53†.

λύχνον, τόν, (λευκός, 1ux), light, lamp, 7 34†.

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Aúẞn, ns, nv, (labes), ignominia, outrage, insult; rioaι, άrodоuvai, pay, atone for; rioaolai, exact retribution for; 180, shame upon thee, if-; I 42, ignominiosus, cowardly wretch.

λωτοῦντα, part. from λωτύω, Lotos
producing, clovery fields, M 283†.
Awrós, oło, óv, masc., (1) Lotos, a
kind of clover, food of horses (trifoli-
um melilotus or lotus cornicu-

λωβητῆρα (λώβη) ἐπεσβόλον, foul|latus, Linn.), δ 603, Ξ 348. — (2) Lo-
slanderer, B 275; Awßntñpes ¿λeyxées, tus-tree and fruit; the latter of the
vile scoundrels.
size of olives, and in taste resembling
dates, still prized in Tunis and Tripoli,
under the name of Jujube, 91 sqq.
Λωτο-φάγοι (see λωτός 2), Lotos
eaters on coast of Libya, 84 sqq.
λωφάω, fut. λωφήσει, will retire, Φ
292†.

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λωβητόν (λωβάομαι) τιθέναι τινά,
make contemptible, 531†.
λώϊον=λωΐτερον, melius, satius,
better, preferable; p 417, largius,
more freely.

λώπην (λέπω), mantle, ν 224†.

M.

μɛ; less often = μot, Z | and weapons; with anger, of Polyphe-
mos, 350; of fire on mountains; mad-
ly raving (under Bacchic frenzy), Z
132; of madness from wine, σ 406.

μαίεσθαι, fut. μάσσεται, (metiri),
seek, 356; perscrutari, explore, v
367; find a wife for any one, I 394,
|[μασσεται, v. l. γαμέσσεται].

Μαῖρα (μαρμαίρω), lit. 6 shining” ΟΙ
sparkling," (1) a Nereid, Σ 48†.—(2)
attendant of Artemis, mother of Lo-
kros, A 326†.

Maíov, son of Haimon in Thebai,
A 394, 398.

μάκαρ, αρος, αρες, άρων, άρεσσι, sup.
μаkáρтaτos, (macte), beatus, (1)
blessed, of gods, opp. deλoi divpoi
Sporoí.-(2) of men, happy, fortunate,
A483.-(3) wealthy, a 217.

Mákap, os, son of Aiolos, ruling in
Lesbos, 2 544†.

μακαρίζοι, opt. prs., (μάκαρ), pro

Mapaλions, son of Maimalos, Pei-nounce happy, Tivá, o 538. (Od.)
sandros, II 194†.
μικεδνῆς, gen. fem., (μακρός), tall,
1067.

μαιμάω, only pres. μαιμώωσι, ῶσι, η
ώων, ώωσα, etc., aor. μαίμησε, eagerly
desire, N 75, 78, itch or quiver with
desire.

μἄκελλαν, τήν, broad, heavy hoe, mattock, 259†.

p' usually 165, x 19.

μå, from μáv, in oath; vero, with acc. of the divinity, or of the witness invoked (sc. ὄμνυμι): preceded by ναί nae, it has an affirmative; by où, a negative force.

Μάγνητες, a Thessalian tribe,
sprung from Aiolos, B 756.
μαζοῖο, ῷ, όν, masc., papilla, nig
ple, teat, then mamilla, mamma,
esp. the mother's breast; λaluknoća,
banishing cares; ¿ñéxεiv, offer; ávé-
OXEv, obsecrandi causa.

Maîa, voc., good mother, píλn, used esp. in addressing the nurse, v 129,

11.

Maiados viós, Hermes; Maia is the daughter of Atlas, 435†.

Μαίανδρος, the river with many windings which flows into the sea at Miletos, B 869†.

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μαιγάδι, τῇ, (μαίνομαι), mad woman,

X 460†.

μaíveal, etc., prs. and ipf. 3 sing. paivero, (uav, mens), furere, rage, be furious, of combatants, also of hand

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