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article omitted, N. x. 26
assimilation, O. viii. 38; N. ix. 15
asyndeton, O. vi. 101; N. iv. 82,

vi. 1, vii. 19
Athêne Chalinitis, 0. xiii. 69

Boeotian shield, I. i. 1
bronze prizes, O. vii. 83; N. x. 45

causal, causative middle, v. intro-
duction, p. xxi

causative use of adjective, v.
adjective
change of case of participle to accu-

sative, v. accusative
change of subject, 0. iii. 22; N. x.

13, 90
chiasmus, I. ii. 41
colour, words of, in general sense

of brightness, O. viii. 1, x. 13,
xiii. 8; P. iii. 73, x. 40; N. i. 17,
v. 7, xi. 28; I. ii. 26, vii. 5; F. 99,

3
comparatio compendiaria, 0. i. 7
compendious construction, N. ix.

41; I. v. 47
confusion of thing and personifica-

tion, O. and P. p. xxxv; N. viii.

18
copulative for disjunctive, I. iii. 28,

v. 15
crowns at Isthmos, I. ii. 15

for horses (mules), 0. ii. 50,
vi. 26

dative of closer specification, O. ii.
14, viii. 83; P. i. 7; I. i. 62

of purpose, I. vii. 27
of reference, I. i. 42

possessive, O. ix. 15; P.iv. 124,
ix. 82; N. vii. 22, x. 29

of manner, O. i. 112, iv. 24;
I. iii. 29
dativus termini, 0. i. 92, iii. 31,

vi. 58; P. iv. 296, viii. 22, ix.
120, x. 28, xii. 31 (?); N. i. 50, iv,

15, 35, vii. 7; I. v. 41
deliberative future (supposed), N.

ix. 1
Dêlos, names of, F. 64. 4
Delphic knife, N. vii. 42
dependent clause, subject of, object

of principal clause, 0. xi. 1
dialectic form, occasional strong

Doric, P. iv. 115; F. 99. 5, v.

accusative
Dioskuroi, O. iii. 36; N. x. 53
Doric pres. inf. P. iv. 115
Doric accusative plur. v. accusative
double genitive, v. genitive
dreams, F. 108. 4

elision before digamma, P. vii. 5
ellipse of eival, O. vii. 23 (cf. Aesch.
Suppl. 19 P.)

of object, P. ii. 17, iv. 70
of ούτε, Ρ. vi. 48, Σ. 29

of personal pron. P. i. 29
enthroned statues, N. X. 1, Ad-

denda
epithet, double, N. iv. 18
exclamation, O. ix. 89 (otos), 93

(oo oos), xiii. 107; N. x. 41 ; I. i.

24 (?), v. 62
explanatory infinitive clause, N. ii.

9, 10

Daedalos i.q. Hephaestos (?), N. iv.

59
dative after subst. 0. viii. 56, 83;

P. vi. 17; N. ix. 12; I. ii. 13, iii.

16
dativus commodi, O. i. 23, vii. 76;

P. ix. 89; N. i. 24, 46, 58, ii. 24,
iii. 62, vii. 40, xi. 7; I. i. 32, iii.
75, iv. 21, v. 12, vi. 21, vii. 10,

66

ethicus, P. ix. 65
dative for locative, O. v. 5; N. X.
35; F. 109. 2

instrumental, où yeudel, N. i. 18
of accompanying action, N. x.
75

of cause, O. vi. 90, ix. 83 ; P.
v. 58, viii. 44; I. v. 70, vi. 15

57,

extension of predicate, O. ii. 35,

vi. 80, 105, vii. 15, ix. 19, 44, x.
7, xiii. 1, 27; P. i. 51, iv. 23, vi.
37, vii. 12; N. i. 14, iii. 18, vii.
32, 57, xi. 5; I. i. 34 ; F. 100.
2, 110. 1

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gnomic future, v. future
gnomic aorist, v. aorist
goldsmith's work, N. vii. 78
Graces connected with victory, P.

vi. 2; N. v. 53, ix. 54, x. 38

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feminine of adj. in -os -ov, N. iii. 2,

v. 9, vii. 83
.fly,' etymol. N. v. 21
future act. with middle form, N.
ix. 43

apodosis to imperative, N. iv. 37

gnômic, O. vii. 3, viii. 53, ix.
106 ; P. xii. 29; (cf. Il. xxii. 317;
Theokr. i. 3)

middle in passive sense, O.
viii. 45

middle of vb. of sound, I. i. 34

referring to time of recitation,
P. ix. 89, xi. 10; N. ix. 1

hendecasyllables, Pindaric, F. 93,

94
hendiadys, O. ii. 13 (?), ix. 6; N.

i. 7, iii. 8, iv. 9
hiatus, O. vii. 74; N. ii. 34; I. i.

9, 16, 32, vii. 56
historic present, O. ii. 23; P. iv.

163, v. 80 (cf. N. iii. 18)
Homer, Pindar's mythology differ-

ent from, 0. i. 43, 57
hypallage, 0. viii. 42, 68, xi. 6;

P. iv. 144, 256, v. 82, ix. 8; N. i.
15, 34, iii. 38; I. vii. 38

84;

gender, peculiar, 0. i. 6; P. i. 15;

N. v. 20, 41, ix, 44; I. vii. 20, v.

73; F. 129
general apodosis to particular pro-
tasis, P. xi. 41, 44; N. iv. 79,

I. i. 41, 45
genitive, absolute of participle

without noun, 0. ix. 35; P. iv.
25, yiii, 43; I. iii. 5, 49; F.
106.7

after adj. mróun luov vóotov, N.
iii. 25

after pass. of vikáw, N. ix, 2
descriptive, P. iii. 60, N. x. 46
double, 0. i. 94; P. ii. 56, ix. 39

in apposition to forms in -ev,
0. ii. 46, vii. 24

of origin in the contest of,'
0. ix. 88; I. 89, iv. 58, vi. 10

of material, P. iv. 206; I. i. 20
of motion from, P. ix. 11
of motive or reason, O. iii. 28

(of noun) for adjective, O. ii.
72; P. iv. 234, vii. 15, xi. 34;
N. viii. 3 ; I. iv. 19, vi. 22, vii. 5

of theme of speech, N. vii. 50
of time, 0. ii. 93
partitive, O. viii. 13, xi. 2 ; I.
iii. 51

sacred to—' N. x. 67
with αρχαι βέβληνται (? κατά
σύνεσιν), Ν. i. 8

with substantive of compound
adj. O. viii. 33, ix. 63, xi. 25, 78 ;
P. i. 30

with útò, 'under,' 0. xi. 30

with χολόομαι, Ν. vii. 25
gilding in architecture, 0. vi. 1

iambelegus, F. 11 B.
idiomatic aorist, v. aorist
imperfect, O. viii. 47, 49

for aorist, of νικάω, κρατέω, Ο.
ix. 112; N. v. 5; I. iii. 13

graphic, 0. xi. 67

of intended action, N. i. 50
infinitive after δίδωμι, Ν. Χ. 26; P.
iv. 115

after pregnant sense of declar.
ing (?), O. vi. 56, ix. 64

after verb of motion, N. vi.
47; I. ii. 16, vii. 63; F. 7.5, 53.
10

extra structuram (?), 0. i. 42
for imperative, P. i. 68; N.
iii. 29, ix. 6

Madv. § 148; N. vi. 7; I. iii.
56

of possible result, I. iv. 45, 48

of reference after adj. 0. vii.
25, viii. 19, 24, xiii. 13, 48; P.
vi. 53; N. iii. 30, vii. 27, 76, X.
19, 20, 72, xi. 18, 33; I. ii. 37,
vi. 44

of result, 0. i. 9 (?), 42, iii. 34,
ix. 80 (?); P. iv. 146 (?), 185,
187, x. 17, 48; N. iii. 31, 32, vi.
7, x. 79; I. iii. 10, 61

redundant, expletory, 0. ix.
74; P. ix. 65; N. vi. 8
inversion of participle and verb, v.

participle

iota suppressed, 0. xiii. 91; N. xi.

40; I. i. 63

Kynaethos, N. ii. 1

late position of subject, v. subject
locative, N. x, 28; I. iii. 2, v. da-

tive

meiosis, N. x. 6; I. ii. 20
metaphor, mixed, O. vi. 82, 83; P.
X. 53; N. iii. 79, vi. 29

and simile to express the
superlative, v. met. from eagle
and άωτος, δελφίς (similes), κορυφα;
from limits of travel, N. iii, 21;
P. x. 28

Pillars of Herakles, 0. iii. 44 ;
I. iii. 30--Hyperboreans, P. x. 30
-Nile and Phâsis, I. ii. 42; from
water, gold, the sun (similes),
0. i. 1-7; from horse and ship
to speed (simile), O. ix. 23, 24;
from sand to great number
(simile), O. ü. 98, xiii. 46

-

Metaphor
from toilette to bearing trouble,

P. iii. 83
clothing to burial, N. xi. 16
warm bath to song (simile),

N. iv. 4, 5
spring, maya, to poem, P.

iv. 299
spring water to song, I. v.

74
nectar to song, O. vii. 7
wine cup to song, O. vi. 91;

N. iii. 78, ix. 50; I. iv. 25,

v. 3 ; 0. vii. 1–8 (simile)
honey to song, I. iv. 53
honey and milk to poetry,

N. iii. 77
melting honeycomb to the

poet melted by passion
(simile), F. 100. 8
sprinkling, O. xi. 94, 97
(honey); N. i. 13; I. iii.

90, v. 21
pelting and sprinkling, P.

viii. 57
φυλλοβολία to poetry, Ι. iii.

45
watering a garden, O. v. 23
(tending) flocks to speech,

gifts, O. x. 9; N. viii. 6
a tree by water, I. vi. 18
culling flowers, 0. i. 13
garden to poetry, 0. ix. 27
ploughed fields to song, P.

vi. 2; N. vi. 33, x. 26
ploughing three or four times
to vain repetition, N. vii.

104
dew, to praise, glory, I. v.

64; N. viii. 40 (simile)
fallow in alternate years to

obscurity in alternate ge-

nerations (simile), N. vi. 9
fruit to youth, P. ix. 110
tree to prosperity, P. viii.
2,9 tree to oppressing

good citizens, P. iv. 263
luxuriant growth to fame,
N. vii. 32; to victory, N.

ix. 48
blossom to youth, P. iv.

158

METAPHORS AND SIMILES

(The list does not profess to be

exhaustive.)

1. Common life.
Metaphor
from cooking, O. i. 55, 83; P. iv.

186
keys to control, P. viii. 3, 4,

ix, 39
drawing from a store, N. iv.

8
leading home, P. v. 3 (cf.

I. iii. 6)
exile to deprivation, 0. i. 58
late-born heir to poetic

fame (simile), O. xi. 86
awakening fame, &c. P. ix.

104
awakening the lyre, N. x. 21
sleep to obscurity, I. iii. 41,

vi. 16
decoration, δαιδάλλω
toilette to arrangement of

song, I. i. 33

Metaphor
from bloom to puberty, first man.

hood, 0. i. 67
fruit to early manhood, O.

vi. 57, 58
spring time to prosperity
(simile), P.iv. 64 (simile),

I. iii. 36
órupa, N. v. 8; I. ii. 5
blossoming, N. ix. 48
root to mother city, P. iv.

15, ix. 8
of scion, branch (dálos), 0. vi.

68
seed, root, stock to family,

0. ii. 46
avéw, P. x. 44; N. iii. 41

Metaphor
from road to course of song, O. i.

110, ix. 47; P. iv.

247; N. vii. 51
to theme of song, N.

vi. 47

I. v. 22
forging to speech, P. i. 86,

7; F. 100, 4
whetstone to poetic inspira-
tion, O. vi. 82: to patron
of athletes, or to trainer,
I. v. 73

Commercial.

0. iii. 7, vi. 12, x. 8, xiii.

36; P. ii. 67; N. vii. 76,
ix. 3

LEARNED ARTS.
from opening of poem with name

of Zeus to first victory at
Zeus' Nemea (simile), N.
II. 1-3
physician, P.iv. 270; N. iv.

2
drugs to remedy, 0. ix. 97
registers to mind,0.xi. 143
statue )( poem (rejection of
simile), N. v. i

PRODUCTIVE ARTS

from building to accumulating

merit, I. iv. 44
of building the lofty rhyme,'

0. iii. 7; N. i. 8, iii. 4;

F. 176
from bulwark to protector, O. ii.

6
laying foundations to begin.

ning, 0. i. 8 (?); P. vii. 3,
4; F. 55
setting up stêlê, see opdów
stêlê to ode, N. iv. 81, viii.

47
steps to opening of life, P.

v. 7
treasure house to lasting
store of poetic praise, P.
vi. 5-18
façade to opening of ode

(simile), o. vi. 1-4
path, road, route to conduct,

0. i. 115, vii. 31, 90; P.
ii. 35, x. 12; N. i. 25, ii.
7, vi. 15, ix. 41, x. 6; I.
ii. 10, iv. 22

MANLY EXERCISES.
from chariot to song, O. vi. 22—

24; N. i. 7
chariot (victor's) to song,

0. ix. 81; P. x. 65; I. i.
2, vii. 62
horse riding to mounting on

fame, fortune, &c., İ. i.
39
driving to training, N. vi.

69
chariot (of muses) to song,

I. vii. 62
yoking, N. i. 7; I. i. 6
chariot between horses to

house between temples
(simile), N. vii. 93
leaping to intellectual ac-

tivity, N. v. 20
starting in foot race, N.

viii. 19
race-course to life, N. vi. 7
missile to pang, pain, N. i.
48

17

-

F. II.

81;

Metaphor
from missiles to song, speech, O.

i. 112, ii. 83, 89, ix. 5, 11,
xiii. 93 ; P. i. 12, 44, vi. 37;
N. i. 18, iii. 65, vi. 27, vii.

I. ii. 3, iv. 47; N. vi.
29 (simile)
wrestling, Ó. viii. 25; P. ii.
61, 82, iv. 273; N. iv. 93—

96, viii. 27; I. iii. 53
wrestling to swimming and

thence to striving against

envious foes, N. iv. 36
έφεδρος, Ν. iii. 96.
chase to ambition, O. ii. 54
weaving, twining song, O.

vi. 86; P. iv. 275; N. iv.

44; F. 160
wreath to song, N. vii. 78;

I. üi. 62

Metaphor
of winged song, P. viii. 34; N.

vii. 22; I. i. 66, iii. 27, iv.

63
from winged to inspired, P. v.

107
of flights of poetry, N. vii. 75
from flight to renown, N. vi. 50

bee to prophetess, P. iv. 60
cock to competitor in local

games (simile), 0. xii. 14
cow to woman, P. iv. 142
fox and lion to unchange-

able nature (simile), 0. x.
20

to cunning and
valour (simile), I. iii. 64, 65
galvw to shewing pleasure,

0. iv. 4
lion's skin to stalwart na-
ture (simile), I. v. 47

LIGHT, FLAME, &c.
from light' eye' to protector,

favourite champion, O. ii.

10, vi. 16; I. ii. 17
a beacon to protection, &c.,

N. iv. 12
eye to protector, P. v. 52
gloom to envy, N. iii. 41, iv.

40
light fame to fame, praise,

&c., 0. i. 23, 94, ix. 22,
xiii. 36; P. v. 42; N. iii.
64, vi. 39, x. 2; I. iii. 61,
vi. 23
light to prosperity, P. viii.

96; N. iv. 38
light, star to wealth (simile),

0. ii. 55
waving, glancing,' to a
shout along a line, 0. xi.
73

WATER.

Sea-faring.
from bilgewater to disgrace, P.

viii. 11, 12
embarking to beginning an

ode, P. ii. 62
embarking to undertaking,

0. xiii. 49; N. xi. 44
pilot to guide, ruler, P. i.

86, iv. 274, v. 114, x. 72
pilots to prudent men, N.
vii. 17 (simile)
slave chained to oar, N. xi.

45
voyage to course of song,

time of thought, N. iii. 27;

0. vi. 103
unfurling sails to lavish
hospitality, P. i. 91; N. v.

51; I. ii. 39
varying currents, O. ii. 33;

N. xi. 46; I. vii. 15
tossing waves to illusions,

0. xii. 6
waves to events, N. vi. 57
wave to approach of death,

N. vii. 31
nautical óptów (?), I. iv. 48

κατέδραμεν, Ν. iv. 23

ANIMATE NATURE.
from eagle to poet, O. ii. 88; N.

iii. 80, v. 21
to superlatively brave

man, P. v. 104, 105
crows to bad poets, envi-

ous rivals, N. iii. 82; 0.
ii. 87 (simile)

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