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tim, apart, B 233; procul, away, A 555, O 548, o 268, ε 350.—(2) after its object, Tivós, procul, A 541, & 113, μ 33 (ο 529); cf. νόσφιν ἀπό, Κ 416, Ο


åπò éέeσe (¿éw), aor., abscîdit, cut (lit. shaved) off, E 81†.

άπ-oέúvovσ, and aor. inf. -oğuvai, praeacuere, bring to a point, make taper, 269, 326 (v. 1. άжо-žĩσαι, smooth off).

ἀπο-ξύσας (ξύω), aor. part., expoliens, smoothing off (wrinkles), I 446†. (inf. -ξῦσαι v. l., ι 326.) [v]

άπó-πave, imp., fut. -Tavoε, aor. -έπayσaç, -ε, -av, reprimo, keep off, τινά, 267; rí, check, hinder, T 119; Tivós, repress, ▲ 323; from any thing,

340; with acc. and inf., u 126, σ 114; mid. -Taúeal, imp. -εo, fut.-ooμai, desisto, desist, Þ 372, E 288; TIVÓS, from something, a 340, A 422, II 721, Ꮎ 473,

ἀπο-πέμπω, inf. πεμπέμεν, ipf., fut. an- and drо-πέμει, etc., 1 aor. -ETEμa, dimittere, send away, 108, p 76; send off, 452, o 83, B 113; dismiss, ε 146, 161; strangers with escort, 65, 73, w 285.


ȧπо-Téσnoi, aor. subj., from -πíñTM, deciderit.

exhalans, breathing forth, life, fire,
smell, 8 406.

ἀπο-πρό, πολλὸν, Π 669, far away ;
τυτθὸν ἀ. νεῶν, Η 334, not far from.

ἀπο-προ-αιρέω, only -ελών, take away
from what lies before, p 457†.
ἀπο-προ-έηκε, aor. from ἀπο-προ-ίημι,

άπò mλágel, in tmesi, pres. only a 75, marρidos, keeps him away from; elsewh. only aor. pass. -επλáуxons, etc., be driven from one's course, 0 573; with gen. o 382, 259 (-0ɛv), μ 285; rebound, X 291, N 578, 592.

ἀπο-πλείειν, inf, ipf. -έπλειον, (πλéƑTM), navibus proficisci, sail away, I 418, 0 501. ἀπο-πλήξας, aor. part., (πλήσσω), detruncare, strike off, к 440†.

άπо-πλúveσke, ipf. iter., (πλúvw), diluebat, was washing clean, 95†. [v] ἀπ-έπλω (πλώω, πλέξω), ipf., a vecta est, had sailed away from, yains, % 339t.

ἀπο-πνείων, ουσα(αι), part., (πνέFω),

άπó-πроleν, procul, (from) far away, otñtε, & 218; p 408, the house would hold him aloof.

ȧπó-πрой, ргоcul, far away, Y


ἀπο-προ-ίημι, part. -ιείς and aor.. -έŋkɛ, delegavit, sent away, & 26; shot forth, x 82; let fall, x 327. [~-~ ~~]·

ἀπο-προ-τέμνω, only aor. part. -тaμúv, desecans, cut off from, with gen., 0 475†.

ἀπο-παπτανέουσι, fut., (παπταίνω), terga dabunt, will turn in flight, E 101†.

ἀπο-πτάμενος, aor. part. from πέτομai, avolans.

ȧπо-TτÚEL, 3 sing. and part. pres., (πτúш), exsputare, spit forth, ¥ 781; dash forth, A 426. [v]

ἀ-πόρθητος (πορθέω), non excisa, not destroyed, M 11†.

άπ-oрvúμevov, part., profectum, having set out from, Λυκίηθεν, Ε 105†. [ϋ]

ἀπο-πέτομαι, only follg. forms from 2 aor. -επτάμην: ἀπὸ ἔπτατο, -πτάμεvoc, n, avolavit, flew away, arrow, dream; life, Ovuós, (of animals), II 469, K 163, 7 454; vyý, (of men), λ 222.

ἀπ ̓ ὄρουσε, –σαν, aor., (ὀρούω), also in tmesi, desiliit, sprang away, E 297, P 483; rebounded, 593; sprang down, E 20.


ἀπ-έπιπτον, ipf.,-πέσῃσι, subj. 2 aor., (ITT), decido, fall down, only E 351, 129.

ἀπο-ρραίσει and ερραῖσαι, fut. and inf. aor., (paiw), eripere, wrest away from, a 404.

ἀπὸ ῥῆξε, -ρρήξας, aor. ind. and part., (Fpnyvvμ), abrupit, break off, shatter, Z 507, II 587; hinges, M 459.

ἀπ-ερρίγασι, for FεFρίγασι, pf., (Fρι
yew), perhorrent, shrink from, ß 52†.

ἀπὸ ἔρριψε, ἀπο-ρρῖψαι, -ρρίψαντα
1 aor., (FpinTw), excutere, put off, lay
aside (anger), I 517; veil, X 406.
ἀπο-ρρώξ (Féfρωγα, Γρήγνυμι),
branch (of the Styx), 514; morsel
(of Nectar), 359; as adj. -ppŵyes,
steep, v 98†.

ἀπ-έσσυτο, -εσσύμεθα, aor. mid,
(σɛúw), se proripuit, hurried away, 2
396; δώματος, Ζ 390.

ἀπ-εσκέδασεν, -σκέδασον, tmesis,

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indic. and imp. aor., (σкεdávvvμi), pro- | A 161, I 512, x 168, v 193; Σ 93, atone pulit, scattered, 385; dismissed, T for slaying and despoiling Patro309. [~~~~] klos; make good, A 128, I 634, ẞ 132; ἀπο-σκίδνασθαι (σκίδνημι), digre-recompense, Θ 186, x 235 ; mid. -τίdi, disperse, y 4t. σoμal, etc. fut., aor. -εrioaro, avenge one's self upon, punish, ulcisci, Tí, λ 118, ν 386 ; ποινὴν ἑτάρων, exact satisfaction for his companions, 312. [i]

άπо-σкúdμave, imp., (okvdμaívw), be indignant at, Tivi, Q 65†.

ȧπо-σπévdwv, part., (orέvdw), libans, pouring out a libation, y 394. (Od.) ἀπο-σταδόν and -ά, adv., (σταδίη), only 0 556, 143, standing far away.

amo-OTEίxwv, part. pres., and aor. -EOTIXE, imp. dróorixe, abscedere, go away, 132, A 522.

ȧTO-OTίABOVтes, pres. part., nitentes, gleaming with oil, with gen., y 408†. ἀπο-στρέψοντας, fut. part., -στρέyaoke, aor. iter., -Ynoi, -Yavτe(s), (orpédw), averto, twist back, hands and feet, x 173; turning about, y 162; turn back in flight, 0 62; roll back, X 597; recall, K 355.


ἄ - ποτμος, infortunatus, starred, 2388; sup. -óτarоç, a 219.

ἀπο-τρεπέτω, imp. prs., fut. -τρέψεις, aoг. -έтρаπε, avertere, turn away from, Tivá Tivos, M 249, Y 256, 109; reducere, turn back, A 758; scare back, O 276; mid. aor. -ETрάπETо, etc., turn one's self away, M 329; άπò vóσpi, ἀπ-εστυφέλιξεν, -ξαν, aor., (orupe-turn away the face, & 350; turn about, Xiw), retudit, forced back, II 703; 158, τινός.

K 200.

aro-ophλwo, aor. subj., -opnλe, opt., (opaw), aberrare faciat, cause to drift away, y 320; lead them astray from object of their labor, cause them to fail of the result of their toil (through the death of Menelaos), E 567. ἀπο-σχέσθαι, aor. inf., see ἀπέχω, abstinere.

ἀπὸ ἔσχισεν (σχίζω), discidit, split off, split in sunder, & 507†.

ἀπο-τάμνω, ipf. -έταμνε (in tmesi: τάμνε, 1 aor. τάμε, subj. τάμῃσι, opt. Táμo), pres. mid. -raμvóμevov, decidere, cut off, cut open; throats, F 292, X 328; thread, 867; reins, halter, 087; cut off for one's self, X 347.

dro-Tηlov, procul, far away, 117+.

áo-rionu, only aor. -énka (also in tmesis), and aor. mid. Oéro (tmesis), and inf. -Géolai, deponere, put away, lay off, garments and weapons, esp. freq. in mid., habit of fault-finding, E 492. dro-rivúμevol, part. pres., ipf. -ɛríνυτο, (τίνω), τινά τινος, ulcisci pro, take vengeance for, ẞ 73, II 398. []

άTO-TIVELY, -EμEV; -εrov, imp., -riνων; fut. -τίσεις, aor. -έτισε, etc., inf. rioai, solvere, pay back, riunv, mulctam, a fine, I 286; pay, Y 487; atone for, X 271, Φ 399, γ 195, σὺν μεγάλῳ


ἀπο-τμήγουσι, aor. opt. -τμήξειε, part. -rungas, abscindere, cut off, sever, 34, A 146, 440; fig. cut off, intercept, K 364, A 468; plough, tear (hill-sides), II 390.

ἀπο-τρίψουσι, fut., (τρίβω), deterentur, many footstools, thrown from both sides about his head, as he is driven about the house (gen. absol. of part.), (as they slip down) shall be polished off against his sides (acc.), coarse jest of goat-herd Melantheus, p 232f.

ἀπό-τροπος (τρέπω), remotus, (live) retired, 372†.

ἀπο-τρωπῶσι, subj. -ὦμεν (-τρωπάω), avertere, drive back, Y 119; forbid, π_405; mid. -τρωπᾶσθε, imp., -ετρωπῶντο, ipf., τινός, tergiversamini, turn the back upon, delay about; with inf., shrink from, Σ 585.

ἀπ-ούρας, aor. part. from ἀπαυράω, eripere.

ȧT-ovpnoovoi, fut., eripient (-avράω), or ἀπ-ουρίσσουσι, amovebunt terminos (ovpos), remove the boundary stones-intrude upon his fields, X 489f.

ἀπο-φέρω, only fut. -οίσετον, -οίσειν, aor. -éveikas, -av, aufero, carry home, π 360; bear back, E 257; drive away (at sea), 255; bring back, K 337.

ἀπό-φημι, and aor. mid. imp. -φασθε, pronuntio, dvтIKρú, I say it to thy face, H 362; deliver this message, I 422. ἀπ-έφθιθεν, 3 pl. aor. pass., (φθίω), perierunt, only in interpolated verses of Od., & 110.

ἀπο-φθινύθουσι (φθίω), pereunt, E

| strike, → 67, P 631; touch, clasp, tɩvós,
7344 (also with double gen., 7 348);
esp. with youvwv, yevɛiov (suppli
care), A 512, 500, Q 357; lay hold of,

άπо-¿oíw, perdo, prs. pass. opt.-4¤iunv, imp. -p0io0w, part. -p0iuέvov, -olo, -ov, -n; mid. aor. with pass. signif. -ἔφθιτο, aor. pass. 3 pl. -(ἔ)φθιθεν, ψ 331 (and interpolation, & 110); perire, perish, oλépp, in destruction, o 268, T 322, 88; mortua, o 357; occisi, Σ 499.


339, B 152; clasp, & 522; lay hands on, τινός, β 423 ; lay hold of in eating, δ 60, k 379; 7 28 sits at my table; sc. Tupós, take fire, 379; aor. pass. ¿ápoŋ, ¿πi, fell after, sank upon him, N



643; Ovμóv, II 540, perdunt, lose life. [v]

ἀπο- φώλιος, -οι, -α, (φύω, φώς), sine fetu, not unblessed with offspring is intercourse with the gods, λ 249; apuns (non-Homeric), unfruitful, i. e. aimless, foolish, ε 182; unseemly, & 212; vile, O 177.

ἀπο-χάζεο, imp. prs., (χάζομαι), recede a, go away from, rivós, λ 95.

ἀ-πύρωτον (πῦρ), ignis expertem, untouched by fire=ἄπυρον, Ψ 270†. [0] ἄ-πυστος (πυθόμενος), (1) ignotus, unknown, a 242.—(2) ignarus, uninformed of, Tivós, 8 675. (Od.)

ἀπ-ωθέω, only fut. -ώσω (inf. -σέμεν), aor. -woɛ, etc., mid. fut. -wσɛαι, etc., aor. -úσaro, repellere, push back, 446, x 76; cast off, o 280, ẞ 130, Y 489; drive from one's course (at sea), 81, cf.

276; tear away, E 308; rivós, drive away from, 96; mid. drive away from one's self (enemies), → 206, O 503; dislodge, push aside, a 270, 533, 508.

apa, before consonants äp, enclitic pa, always postpositive, (apapɛiv), orig. adv. containing the idea of being firmly fixed, denotes, as conjunction, a natural inference from what precedes, now, now then, no doubt, exactly, therefore, then.— with(1) of what is fixed by decree of fate, esp. in phrase οὐδ ̓ ἄρ ̓ ἔμελλεν, δ 107, λ 553, ν 293, ι 475, Κ 336, Μ 3 ; Β 419, A 139; 670, 605.-(2) of what experience has taught to regard as fixed,

a-πñσ, dat. pl., (-πTV), implumibus, unfledged, I 323†. ἀ-πτο-επές (ἐπτοίηθεν, ἔπος), audacter loquens, rash-speaking, 209f. ἀπτόλεμος, -ον, τους, imbellis, unwarlike, B 201. (II.)

209, π 420, E 532.—(3) often joined with causal conjs., yap pa, A 113, 236; ἐπεί ῥα, ο 390, α 263 ; ὅτι ῥα, because you know, A 56.-(4) εir' äpa, if namely, A 65; si un apa, unless indeed, Z 75, 242. (5) recapitulating, with demonstratives, precisely, to wit, B 482, г 153, A 405; s apa, o 163, A 428, 584, r 13, Η 7; with τοὔνεκα, ἔνθεν, τότε, Tμos, etc.; with relatives, H 182 just the one which, 449, v 106, Z 131; öc pa, who, you see = since he.-(6) with weakened force, without doubt, natural

üπr, only aor. part. avas, aptans, making fast, 408; άaμévn áñó, suspending a noose on high upon, 278; elsewh. only mid. prs. άTTEσdal, ipf. ly, of course, surely, A 46, 56; Eir ἥπτετο, fut. ἅψεσθαι, aor. ἥψατο, ἁψά- ἄρα, Α 65, cf. 93 ; in questions, τίς τ' σθην, etc., cling to, τινός, II 9; hit,' ἄρ, α 346, Α δ ; κατ ̓ ἄρ ̓ ἕζετο, Α 68;

ȧrò xeûev, for exeFev, aor., (from Xew), excussit, threw down from the table, only x 20, 85.

ȧπо-чúxoνта (4úxw), part., exspirantem, fainting, w 348; elsewh. idow, with ipf. mid. -eчúxovтo, were letting the sweat dry off from their garments, and pass. -vxleís, having cooled off. [v]

άπ-méμyel, fut. from άπожεμлш, dimittet.

ἄ-πρηκτον, -ους, acc., (πρήσσω), irritum, endless, B 121, 376; with or against which nothing can be done, hopeless, incurable, μ 223, ß 79; active, unsuccessful, 221.

ά-πρĭáτην (πрíaμai), adv., gratis, without money, for nothing, 317; out ransom, A 99. [ă] ἀ-προτί-μαστος (-μαίομαι), intacta, undefiled, T 263†.

ἀ-πυργωτόν (πύργος), immunitam, unfortified, 264†.

ἄ-πῦρον, -ους, (πῦρ), kettle or tripod, not yet placed over the fire, Y 267, I 122. (II.)

ἄπτερος (πέτομαι), ἔπλετο μῦθος, Tivi, non excidit, nor did the word escape her, she perceived its sense, p 57. (Od.)

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in first member of antithetical period, flags, 267); lie close upon, fit, г 338,
followed by δέ : μέν ῥα, Β 1; δ ̓ ἄρα, Σ 600, ε 234 (also with prep., σ 378);
then in due course, A 471; oud äpa, please, d 777; hold fast to, & 361; fitted
A 330; avrap apa, B 103.-(7) denotto, & 254; K 265, with iv; be provided
ing a subtle, inherent sequence of with, A 31, E 744, E 181, 70, κ 553.
thought, often untranslatable, H 360, B
433.—(8) ἄρα, ῥα, following participles, ἀράρισκε.
apapov, aor., apapvĩa, pf. part., see
0 458, 380; sometimes doubled, π
213. [~~]

ἀράβησε (ἀραβέω), aor., δὲ τεύχε' ἐπ ̓ aur, his armor rang around him, w 525. [ă]

apăßos ódóvrov, chattering of teeth, K 375†.

Apailupén, town in Argos, B 571†.
apain, etc., adj. fem., tenuis, thin,
slender, x 90, II 161; legs of Hephais-
tos, 2411; delicate, E 425. [ă]

ἀρᾶται, etc., pis.
(-άομαι), inf. ἀρήμε
ναι, χ 322; ipf. ἠρώτ
μην, ἄτο, fut. ήσεται,
aor. ἠρήσατο, -αντο,
etc., precari.-(1)
pray, η 1; πολλά,
fervently, δαίμοσιν,
ἀθανάτοισι, πάντεσσι
Oeolol (see cut, for at-
titude); εvxouέvn, im-
ploring, supplicating,
Z 304, I 567; griev-
ing sore, with inf., Y

apaσoev, ipf., compegit, drove home
and made fast, ε 248†.

only 6 280, π 35.
ápáxvĭă, rá, aranea, spider's web,

duus, impossible, difficult, A 589, M 63,
ἀργαλέος, η, ον, (ῥίγιον ?), ar-
B 244; also in pers. constr., A 589, d
397; difficilis, difficult to manage,
shocking, violent, K 107, P 385, O 10, ▲
812, X 400.

̓Αργεάδης, Πολύμηλος, Π 417†.
̓Αργεῖος, η, ον, inhabitant of Αργος;
freq. in pl. as collective designation of
Greeks, B 159, A 79, г 286, 99.

̓Αργεϊ - φόντης (ἄργει instr., φαν,
clear-shining), epith. of Epuns, swift
messenger, a popular (mistaken) etymol-
ogy seems to have been the origin of
the myth of the Argos-slayer, B 103.

åpyevváwv, -wv, -yoɩ,-ys, (from άpyeowáwv), candidus, white, r 198, 141.

ἀργεστᾶο Νότοιο, only Λ 306, Φ 334, rapidi, rapid.

ἆργής, ῆτος, (also -έτι, έτα, dat. acc.), dazzling white, bright; of linen, fat, lightning, F 419.

209; with acc. and inf., & 827.—(2)
wish, long for, with inf., N 286, ▲ 143,
a 366; call down upon, 'Epivuç, curse, B
135; with acc. and inf., 7 533.

åрápoke, I. ipf., 1 aor. äpoe (with
inf. and part.), 2 aor. йpape, apapov,
(artare), coniungo, fit together, raf-ing;
ters, 712; fit upon, Ti Tivi, & 23; close,
B 353; B 289, seal up in jars; M 105,
formed themselves in close array with
their shields; build (put together) a
wall with stones, II 212; parare
(ἀρτύω) γέρας, Α ́ 136; θάνατον καὶ
kipa, π 169; Ovμòv ¿owdy, satisfy.-II.
pf. ἄρηρε, (part. ἀρηρώς, ἀραρυΐα, etc.),
plupf. ἀρήρει, (2 aor. ἤραρεν, ἄραρον,
but only II 214, 8 777), and 3 pl. aor.
pass. ap0ev, and part. aor. mid. apuevos,
artari, be closely joined together, of
ranks, O 618, II 211; of jars standing
close together against wall, 6 342; close
tightly, I 475, 42, Σ 275; with dat.:
joined together with or of (metal plates,
O 530; palisades, M 56; paved with

ἀργι-κέραυνε, voc., (κεραυνός), fulmen coruscum gerens, wielder of the dazzling thunderbolt, T 121; fulminator, thunderer, Y 16. (II.)

ápуivóevτa, acc., candidum, gleam

epith. of town in Kreta, because of chalk cliffs near it, only B 647, 656, ἀργϊ-όδοντος, etc., (-όδους), uhitetoothed, epith. of dogs and swine.

ἀργί-ποδᾶς (πούς), acc., swift-footed, 2 211t. []

Αργισσα, town in Θεσσαλία, Β


pieces of flesh burned at beginning of
ἄργματα, τά, (ἄρχεσθαι), consecrated
sacrifice, & 446†.

"Apyos, o, name of the faithful hound
of Odysseus, p 292†.



"Apyos, soc, ntr.-(1) town on river Inachos in Argolis, domain of Diome des, o 224, p 108, Z 224, 119, 7, 180, B 559; inπóßorov, o 239, 274.—(2) in wider sense, realm of Agamemnon, who

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dwelt in Mykene, B 108, 115, A 30, I 22, O 30, N 379, 7 263, ▲ 171.-(3) probably, the entire Peloponnesos, o 174; ̓Αχαιικοῦ, γ 251; ἱπποβότοιο, Ζ 152; so often joined with 'EXλáda, which latter word then designates Northern Greece; cf. "Iacov, o 246.(4) Πελασγικόν, domain of Achilleus, B 681, 437, 37, Z 456, valley and plain of river Peneios.-(5) in widest sense, the whole of Greece, M 70, N 227, Ξ 70 ; also ̓Αχαιικόν, ἱπποβότοιο, Β 287, Ι 246, δ 99 ; πολυπύρῳ, Ο 372. Not all passages admit of satisfactory explanation, e. g. H 363, d 562.

apyýv, oí, ous, white, o 161, Y 30; swift (with and without πódas), kúves, B 11.

̓́Αργοσδε = εἰς ̓́Αργος. ἀργύρεος, έη, εον, (ἄργυρος), argenteus, of silver, & 615; inlaid or adorned with silver, E 727, A 219. [~]

apyupo-divns, (divn), silver-eddying, of rivers, B 753. (II.) [7]


'Aperάwv, a Trojan, Z 31†.
ἀρετή, ῆς, (ἀρείων), praestantia,
excellence, of whatever sort, Y 411, Y
276; superiority, accomplishment, & 725,
251, 0 642, Y 242; capacity, prowess,
€ 212, Y 571; virtus, 535, N 237,
0 239; skill, p 322; s
35, ν 45, σ
133; prosperity, § 402.
ἀρετῆτα, conjecture for ροτῆτα.
apn, ns, preces, (1) prayer, & 767.
(2) imprecatio, curse (ápéwv, I
566), p 496; destruction, M 334; with
λolyóv, 489; calamity, x 208. [~~;
in arsi --]


ἄρηαι, aor. subj. from ἄρνυμαι, compares.

ἀρήγω, fut. -ξω, (ἄρκιον, ἀλκή), opitulari, τινί, αid, A77. (Ι.) [“]

ἀρηγών, -όνες, fem., (ἀρήγω), helper, E 511 and ▲ 7. [ă]

ἀρηϊ-θόων (ἄρης, θοός), swift in battle, valiant, 298. (II.)


̓Αρηί-θοος, (1) κορυνήτης, son of
Μενέσθιος from Βοιωτία, Η 10, 137.
(2) θεράπων of Ῥίγμος, Υ 487.
ἀρηι-κταμένῳ, in pugna caeso,
slain in battle, X 72.

K 85.

̓Αρηί-λυκος, (1) father of Προθοίvwp, 451.-(2) a Trojan, II 308.

-oí, aquatio, watering

apnios (apns), warlike, martial, B 698, ψ 220 ; τεύχεα, ἔντεα, of weapons, armor, Z 340, K 407.


'Apyú (lit. swift), ship of Argonauts, μ 70. ȧpduós, place, v 247. ȧpen (apá), minis, by threats, 431. (II.) 'Apelovσn, kρývn in Ithaka, v 408†. ἄρειον, τεῖχος, see follg. word. apelwv, acc. sing. -eiw and -ɛiova, nom. pl. ~είους, -είονες, ntr. ἄρειον, (apapsiv), compact, reixos, ▲ 407, T 33; fortis, 48; then, surpassing, prae.stans, 588, ß 277; B 277, opp. xaκίους, υ 133, opp. χείρονα. [a]

ἀρηί-φᾶτοι, ους, (φένω), in pugna caesi, slain, X 41, T 31. [i]

̓Αρείων, name of horse of "Αδρηστος at siege of Onẞn, ¥ 346.

ἀργυρό-ηλος, ηλον, ον, (ήλος), adorned with silver studs or knobs, silverstudded; ξίφος, θρόνος, φάσγανον, Β 45, n 162, 405.

ἀργυρό-πεζα (-πεδjα), silver- (in whiteness) footed, Oέric, A 538. (II.)` apyupos, ov, o, (ápyós), argentum, silver, B 857,200.

ȧpy pó-Togos, bearing the silver bow, 'Aπów; also subst., A 37.

ἀρές, roc., (from ἀρής, ἀρε-ίων), 0h brave one, restore in E 31, 455.

ἀρέσαι, -έσασθαι, see ἀρέσκω. ἀρέσθαι, inf. aor. from ἄρνυμαι, comparare.

ἀρέσκω, only ἀρέσαι, inf. 1 201, make amends; also fut. mid. åpeσσóμeda, and aor. ἀρεσσάσθω, -σσασθαι, appease, Tivá; reconciliare, depois, etc.

ȧpera, -wσl, thrive, only 0 329, ↑


ἀργύ-φεον (ἀργός, φα-), ntr., dazzlingwhite, & 230. [v] ἄργύ-φον, α = ἀργύφεον, ntr. Σ 50,

ἀρηί-φίλος, -ον,-ot, Marti gratus, loved by Ares, valiant, o 169. (Ï1.) [i] ἀρήμεναι, inf. from ἀράομαι, prccatus esse.

åpnμévos, -ov, overcome, burdened, Σ 435, σ 53.

ἀρήν, see ἀρνός.

ἀρηρομένος, pf. pass. from ἀρόω,



̓Αρήνη, town subject to Νέστωρ,

ǎ-ρEKTOV (0), infectum, unaccomplished, T 150†.

591, A 723.

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