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|icTo\Xda>, aor. fjLeTdXXrjcrav (metal) :

ask about, inquire after. E 516.
p,T-d\jjivos : aor. partic. of //,e#aA-

A.O/ACU, spring after, leap upon.
|iTa-paios (/xaoY) : between the

(nipples') breasts. E 19.
|UTa|i<&vios : in vain, void. A 363.
p.rav, adv. : between. Only A 156.
(WTa-irpe'ira) : am conspicuous, am emi-

nent among. B 579.
|iTa-<r<revo|ACu : rush after, hasten

after. Z 296.
p.Ta-Tpiro|j.cu, mid. : turn myself

toward, give heed to. A 160.
luravSaco, impf . /xer^vSa : speak

among. B 109.
(icrd-()>T)|jLi, aor. percEHrop: speak

among. B 336.
|ieTa-<}>pdo|j.ai, fut. /xera^paa-o/xat :

consider afterwards. A 140.
|iTa-<}>pvov : upper part of the back,

back. B 265.
jj.6T-&iirov [/xcTciTTov, 43 d~\ : aor. of

speak among.
i, subjv.



: am among, am
between, am one of. ov Trauo-wA.^
/xTcro-Tat '. no respite will intervene.

pcT-i|u (et/it) : go after, shall go after.
Z341.

jjLT-t'pxo|iai. fut. /xereXewro/xat, aor.
partic. fjLtrtXOw: come after, come
among, come to, attend to, go ajler.

|UT-e<r<ro|i(u : fut. of /Aerec/u, am
among, am between. A 322.

|iT-^4>T] : impf. of fjLtTa-<f>r]fu, speak
among. A 58, B 411.



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: go afler, with accusative.
juT-6m<r6(v), adv. : behind, after-

irarda. Z 68.
jUr-wirov (<ty) : forehead. A 460,

Z 10.
juv [/xov] : gen. of c-yw, /. 42 a.




(1) Adv. not, used in com-
mands, /XT; p epe'0ic : do not anger
me ; in wishes, /XT) iir TjeAiov ovvai :
may not the sun go down; inclau-t^
of purpose, o<f>pa /XT) dyepao-ros la) :
that I nuii/ not b< irilhont ti j>ri:< :
in conditional clauses, a 8e K /XT)
8<oa)criv: if titty nhnll not (/ice; in
conditional relative clauses, ovs
/XT) KT/pes 2/?av 6a.va.roio <epoixrai :
ii'hontxofrrr (//< fitfc* of </< <tth did

not carry off".

(2) Conj. that not, lest. /XT; <re
TraptiTrr) 0Tts : lest Thetut persuade
you.

. adv. : /y?// o/, and not, not even,
nor. /XT/St . . . /xr/Se: (and not . . .
timJ //-//). //c ///^ / . . . nor.

aor. fj.rjcra.ro (/xc'So/xai,
: cnnfrii-t . j,f(tn. Z 1")7.
w : />/"/', dcrice. B 340.
: Tln-ssalian town in MUL;-
n.'sia. B 716.

, pert", partic. (as pres.)

//"//. A -I; 1 ).").
. adv.: no more, no ln<i< r.

S. -rjos : father of Euryalus.
B ')(}>}.

iiKi.crTqioi8T]s : -"/< f Eu-

ryalus. Z2&

pi. : amnll cuttle . jl>n-ks of sheep
and goats. A



jv, asseverative particle : indeed,

in truth. Cf. /xv, /xciv, /xxi.
jv, gen. /XTIVOS (men sis) : month.
, -tos : ir/'dlh, f_-ndnring anger.
, aor. partic. /XTywcras : cherish

continue angry. E 178.
MTJOVIT] : old name of Lydia. F 401.
MTJOVIS, -i Sos : Maeonian wonuin.

A 142.

fif]pa (/xTjpos), pi. : //</<//* pieces.
p.t]pbv, pi. /xr/pta or /xT7/oa : f/ti'^A

piece. Part of the victim (cut

from the /xTypos), which was

oifered as a burnt sacrifice to the

gods.
Mtipiovrjs : a Cretan, friend of

Idomeneus. B 651, A 254,

E 59, 65.

p-ilpos : thigh. Cf. /xrypa. A 460.
jiT|<rTp, -topos (/XT^So/xai) : counselor.

/XT^crroope (f>6{3oio : (ad ciders of flight),

in*j>irers of flight, inciters to flight.

/xT^orwpcs dvTT^s : eager for the fray.
P.TJTC : an-'/ no/. /XT/TC . . . /XT;TC :

neither . . . nor.

fiTJrqp, gen. /xT/rpos (rnater) : mother.
\LT\rUra. : conn si' lor. 34 b. Epithet

of Zeus ; used in the nom. and

vocative.
(it]rCo|iat, aor. subjv. /XTTTUTO/XCU : con-

trirc, ]>lan. r 416.
jifins, -io< : irixdom, counsel.
\LT\Tpvir\: xti jHnnther. E 389.

, -coo?: inut1t<r'x brother, uncle.
' " o ? : means of relief, help. Cf.



MTJOJV.



: Mneonian, inltdf/itant of

B 864, E 1:;.
: fern, of els, one. T 238,



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VOCABULARY TO THE



), aor. subjv. fJiL-^vrj, aor. pass.
[ip.idv9'r]<Ta.v~\ : spot, stain.

fj.icu-4>6vos : blood-stained, blood-thirsty.
E 844.

[pfryvvju : see /Atcryoo.]

MiSeia : a Boeotian town. B 507.

fuicpos : little, short. [email protected]<; and oA/yos
are more frequent.

MfXijTos : Miletus. (1) a Cretan
town (B 647), mother of (2)
a town in Caria. B 868.

Hi\To-irdpT|os : red-cheeked, of ships
with bows painted red, while the
hull in general was painted black
or dark. B 637.

fjn,p.vdo> (/xcVw) : remain. B 392.

JUJJ.VTJO-KW, fut. pvycrofjuu, aor. partic.
[Avrjcraa-Gi, aor. fjLVTJ(ravTO, perf. as
pres. /xe/av?7/aai (memini): re-
mind ; mid. recall to mind, mention ;
perf. remember. A 222.

fiifivw [yueVw] : remain, await.

(jLiv, 3d pers. pron. ace. sing. : him,
her, it (A 237, Z 221), equiv. to
Attic avrov, avTTJv, avro. 42 a.

Mivveios : Migiyan. B 511.

(iivvvOa, adv. : for a little while, for a
short time. A 41G, A 466.

|j.ivuv0d8ios : short lived, enduring for
a short time. A 352.

}urupi<i> : lament, complain, whine.

fjLi<ry-d-yKia : basin where valleys
meet. A 453.

(xia-yo) [fjifywfJLi], plpf. e/xe/uKTo, aor.
pass, fji.LxOr]v or e/xty^v (mis ceo,
mix): mix; mid. mingle, join with,
associate with, iv KOVLYJO-L ftvytfys :
should be thrown in the dust. F 55.

(jLurTv\\tt : cut into small pieces.



: girdle, broad band of metal, or
of leather with metal plates, worn
on the lower part of the body,
over the ^trwi/.

mxOeCs : aor. partic. of /xtcryw, mix.
fxvdofj.au, impf . e/xi/toovro : am mindful.
|jtvf](rai and |ivTJo~avro aor., (ivrjorofjiai
fut. : of fj.LfjLvrj(TKO), remind, men-
tion, remember. B 724.
(unio-Tos 3 : wooed, wedded, lawful.

Epithet of wives. Z 246.
fio-yew, aor. fjioyrjcra : toil, suffer, en-
dure hardship. B 690.
Ho-yos : exertion, toil. A 27.

(/xe/oo5, e/x/xo/oe) : fate, lot, por-
tion. Kara fjiotpav : according to
due allotment, fittingly. A 286.

5, -e's : child of destiny, blest
by Mot/Da at birth. F 182.
fxoXoOtra : aor. partic. of /3Awo-K<o, go.
jj.oX.inrj (/jL\7r<a, Melpomene) : song.
fj.opfj.opw : splash. E 599.
fxopos (//.epos, tior/oa) : fate, lot.

(fjioipa) : destined, fated.
lo'vos] 3 : alone. B 212.
Movo-a: Muse. B 484, 761.
fioxOC^a) (tid^^os) : suffer. B 723.
Mv-ySwv, -ovos : Phrygian king. F 186.
MviSwv, -wvos: a Paphlagonian, char-
ioteer of Pylaemenes. E 580.
fj.v6eofj.ai, aor. subjv. /jLvOTtjcrofjuii : re-
late, tell, interpret, utter. A 74.
fj,v0os (myth) : word, utterance, saying,
proposition, plan, thought, injunction.
Cf. ITTOS.

(musca) : fly.

: Carian promontory. B 869.
MvKo\T](ro-6s : Boeotian town. B 498.
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: Mycene, town in Argolis ;
tin- home of Agamemnon. B 569,
A 52, 376.

, -777-09 : son of Euenus. B 692.
: of tamarisk, Inmarixk. Z 39.
: Mijnna, jHii-liaps an Ama-
zon. B814. Cf. T 189.
jjtxipCoi (myriad), \n. : VI.TIJ many,count-

lett. A 2, B 272.

Mvpni86vs. pi. : Myrmidons, aThessa-
lian people, under command of
Achilles. A 180, 328, B 684.
fjLtipojjLcu : weep, grieve, lament.
Mvpo-ivos : a town in Elis. B 616.
Mvo-ou pi.: Mysians. B 858.
: inmost part, recess, nook.
: toil, moil, struggle.

int. fKDfjLi'/crofJuu (/Aojyaos) :
. <> i,*nr< . T 412.
-v^o? (/xta, ow^) : solid-hoof* -d,
strong -hoofed. (Possibly eager-
hoofed, SIC I ft.)



N






vai, atlii-inativf particle: yes. Used

iin oaths, vai /xa roSf. (naJTrrpov :
/// x / !>// tfiis srt i >t i r! Cf. /xa, vrj Ata.
vaitrdw or vatw, iterative impf.
v<utT('uuTKOv or vcu'eo-KOV : din-U. in-
liahit, ti/n situated, lie. 8o/xoi i>
i/cucraovrcs : houses f/ood to dir, II in,
comfortable, cu vtuo/i/ov TrroXic-

6pov : a in ll-sititated toirn. \ !.">.
Ndo-rqs : li-adt-r of the Carians.
B 8<i7 t'f.

Navpo\(8i]s: son of \anf>olns. Iplii-

tus. B518.

vav-rqs (var?) : soil or. A 76.



v-4>iv(33)://v;//> the shi/is ; locat.
(used as gen. pi.) of vrjvs. B 794.
(ve'os) : youny, t< n<l>r. B289.
: fawn. A 24: J. *
v&s noni., vc'eoro-i dat. : pi. of vrfis,

slu'/t. B 509, T46.
Wtjai [i/0, 44 A] : subjv. 2d sing, of

yeo/xat, go, return. A 32.
veicupa (ve'os?), fern, adj.: lower.
veCaros (ve'os?) : extreme, Ion; *f.
vtucc(()tt, iterative impf.

( 17 /;), aor. eveucctra? and vetK
<Tv : re die, rebuke, chide, contend,
\tfibrcdd.

VCIKOS, -eos : strife. ynarref, conflict.
: aor. of ve/x<o, distri/tnte.
-a8o9 : heap of cifrp*c. E 886.
: cor/w, dead hod;/. A 4<J7.

-apos : nectar, the drink of
the gods. A :>.

KTapos : (Urine, heavenly, of grace
and beauty. Cf. apppwrux. T 385.
-vos (i/tKpos) : corpse ; pi. /Ae
in the lower world. A ~>'2.

: take 111. am rexed.
v(ir(<r)a.w, aor. i/c/xecrr;o- and vc/xecr-
a-rj6ev \_Vfj.^(ra-ij6rj(Tav'] : am anarij,
am n .rrd. am indn/mnif. 15 -'2-\.
Wpt<r(<r)is, -lov: riyhtc.oux irraf//,



ov v/x(7is : // w no cause for blame.

r ir.i;.

: Jit to excite trralh, blamc-






W|i<ro-is : see

Wftw, aor. vct/Mfiv (in 1 in us) : distrib-

ute; mid. jiu**i., hdialiit, din II ;

of cattle, jiasiun-. graZi : pass.

(B7so) dewvrtd. r 27 I.
Wo|iai, siihjv. vei/ai (44 A): ^ro,



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return, shall go. Equiv.

Cf. VOO"TOS.

Wos (n o v u s, new} 3 : young, fresh,
new. Cont^). vewrepos. veov, adv. :
just now, newly, afresh. A 463.

vo<r<r6s : young of birds, nestling.



VOCABULARY TO THE



N<rr6pos 3 : of Nestor, Nestor's.

Nea-TopiSris : son of Nestor, Antilo-
chus. Z 33.

N&rrcop, -opos : Nestor, king of the
Pylians, famous for his age, wis-
dom, eloquence, and skill in mar-
shaling the army for battle.
A 247, B 21, 57, 77, 336, 405, 433,
555, 601, A 293, Z 66, A 597 ff.
He is fond of telling of his ex-
ploits, as A 318 if., H 123 ff.,
A 670 ff. The Third Book of the
Odyssey is devoted to the visit of
Telemachus, Odysseus' son, to
Nestor at his home in Pylus.

vevpVj : (sinew), bowstring. A 123.

vcvpov (nerve, neuralgia) : thong; pi.
bowstring. A 122.

vevw, aor. voxre (nuo): nod.

v6<)>\r] (W<os, nebula): cloud.

v6<j>eX-irypTa (dyeipw) : cloud-gatherer.
Epithet of Zeus. A 511. 34 b.

v'4>os, -eo? (nubes): cloud.

vewrepos : comp. of veos, young.

vfja ace. sing., vfjas ace. pi., vfjs
nom. pi. : of vrfis, ship. A 308.

viry<xT609 : new made, new. (Or, per-
haps, gleaming, bright.} B 43.

WjSufjLos : sweet, refreshing, of sleep.
(Prob. false reading for rjjSv/xo?.)
(yrfvs), adj.: of a ship, vrjiov
Bopv : ship timber. T 62.




vrjCs, -t'Sos : naiad, water nymph.
vt]\^s, -c's, dat. vr)\a (tAeos) : pitiless,

cruel. T 292, A 348.
NTJ\^IOS 3 : of Neleus, who was son

of Poseidon and father of Nestor.

B20.
vTjjwpTTJs, -e's : unfailing, true, vrj-

/xepre's : truly. A 514.
vt]vfjuir] (ai/e/xos) : calm weather, vrj-

vcfj,Lrj<s, temporal gen. : when no

air is stirring. E 523.
VTJOS [vo>s, 23 c] : temple. See



[vo>9] : gen. of vryvs, ship.
: young, helpless, silly.

vrjmos (in fans, speechless): young,
helpless, childish, foolish. B 38.

NrjpiTov: a woody range of moun-
tains in Ithaca. B 632.

vfjo-os, fern. : island. B 108.

[vav?], gen. vrjos [vecas], nom.
pi. v7Je<s or vs, locat. used as ab-
latival gen. vav<f>w ( 33 a) (na-
vis), f. : ship.

olb), fut. inf. i/tK^cre/xev, aor. h^Kif-
<rcv : conquer, gain the victory, am
victorious, prevail, surpass.

vi*i\ : victory. T 457.

Nipetis, -^os: son of Charopus, fa-
mous for his beauty. B 671 if.

Nicra : a Boeotian town. B 508.

Nfcrvpos : an island of the Sporades.
B676.

vi4>as, -a8o? (nive, snow) : snowflake.
Cf. aydvvi<j><y;. T 222.



, aor. cvorjae. (vov?) : perceive, ob-
serve, look, devise, plan, am wise.
NoT||ia>v, -oi/os : a Lycian. E 678.
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Nojitwv, -ovos: father of Amphima-

chus. B 871.

vofi6s (i/c/xw) : pasture, pasturage.
v6os [vovs] : mint/, /it-art. purpose, plan.
VOCTT^CD, fut. VOOT^O-CO, aor.

return, go home. Cf.
VOOTOS : return. B -.")!.
voo-<j>i, alv. : apart, separate, far from :

with gen. A 541, B 347.
vo<r4>ti;o|A<u (v<xr<i) : turn away from,

reject. B 81.

N6ros : South wind. B 145.
vov<ros [i/txros] : sickness, plagm .
vv (vvv): a weakened /*o//\ < 'f. the

Eng. inferential 'now' in 'now

it came to pass.' Cf. E 31 1.
vv}i<J>T] : nymph, young woman. vvp.<j>a.

<t>i\y: dear lady. T 130.
vvv : W>M,, a/ the present tint*-, just now.

vvv 81; : now at length.
vv, gen. J/UKTOS (nox), f . : night.
wds (n urn B), f .: sister-in-lnn: brother's

wife.
Nxkrfjiov : a mythical mountain set

l.y the poet in Thrace. Z 133.
vv<r<r, aor. vve : j>ri<-k.p'n rc<-, iruntnl.
vua noni., vwiv gen. and dat., vw'i and

vci acc. (nos), dual 1st pers. pron. :

irt tint, us tiro. 42 a.
va>\jiu>s : uiicca.tirif/li/, uninti rrn/iti t]J ;/,

*1, ndfuttly. A 428.

vcDfidw. aor. VW/IT^TCV (VC/MW): distrihnft ,
///M/V this \vay and that,
bran din/i. A 171.

vwp-o\|/. -OTTO?: jluslilnr/, bri</hf.

vwrov : /^/r/\ cvpea vaira

/Ae ftroarf 6ci' of the sea, b*vaus-
of the arched appearance which
the quiet sea presents. B 308.



av0os : Xantlin.t. (1) A Trojan, son
of rhafiiops. E 1 "rj. (2) A rivrr
in Lycia. B 877, E 479. (:'. ) A
river on the plain of Troy which
'the gods call A'<int/ms, but men
call it Scamander.' Z 4, Y 73 if.

gav6<>9 3 : yellow, tawny haired, blond.

avT)iov : guest gift, a present given
by guest or host as a token of
friendship. Z 218.

ivio>, aor. (e)eivr(r : receive hos-
/>itablf/, entertain. Z 174.

civo-S6Ko$ (SeKO/xai) : ^os^, entertainer.
T 3f>l.

|ivos [^t'vos] : guest friend, friend,
stranger, used (1) of the one enter-
tained (A 377), and (2) of his
host (Z 224), and (3) of their de-
scendants (Z 21 5) . Also, stranger.
(The initial is thought to be a
remnant of the stem which appears
in hostis and guest.)

(>) 3 : polished ; epithet of
hewn stone. Z 244.
>, aor. !co-e: (polish), hew.
-cos : sword, !<>//</ sironl.

thlck<t. E 162.
bring together, dash to-
<j< ther. A 453. Cf. o^ty&LUco.

vv. I'l'rp. witli dat.: with. See <rvv.

^w-d-yw : //////// together, collect, iva
vva.ya)[Jiev "A.prja : that toe may join
baft ft: B:JM.

|vv-8^w, aor. vv&r)(raL: bind, fetter.

^vv-ifii (dfu): go together. A 116.

VVT|IOS : rniiunon. ^WT/ia
store. Attic KOIVOS. A 1 L* 1 .



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gvv-(T||u, impf. pi. wici/ [fwitauv,
44 n], aor. vver)Ke ( 43 (/) and
vves : bring together, hearken, give
ear, listen. A 8, 273, B 26.

fjvo-rov : polished shaft, spear shaft.



6, 17, TO (nom. pi. TOL, rat, and 01, at) :
(1) dem. this, that ; freq. used for
the personal pron. he, she, it. 6
/xj> . . . 6 Be : one . . . the other. (2)
Def . art. the. TO, adv. ace. : there-
fore. T 176.

o, r), TO, nom. pi. TOL, rel. : who, which,
what. See os. 42 c.

cap, dat. pi. wpeo-o-iv : wi/e. E 486.

6apiw : converse familiarly, hold con-
verse, chat. Z 516.

opeXos (obelisk): spit for roasting
meat. A 465, B 428.

6|3pi|j.o-p-y6s : mighty worker, author of
terrible deeds. E 403.

oppin-o-irdTpT] : daughter of a mighty
father. E 747.

: weighty, mighty, strong.

[oySo^KOVTa] (OKTO)) : eighty.

o -y*, -7 ye> TO ye, intens. of 6, i/, TO :
this, that; he, she. A 97.

cryKos (unc us) : barb. A 151.

*OYX T F T <>S : Boeotian town on Lake
Copais ; ancient seat of the wor-
ship of Poseidon. B 506.

68d (SaKi/to, tooth ?), adv. : with the
teeth. 080^ Aaoia,TO yaiav : may
they 'bite the dust.' Cf. Xd, ir\>i.

JSSc, ^8e, To8c, dem.: this, this one
here.

'OSCos : leader of the Halizonians,



slain by Agamemnon. B 856,
E 39.

686s, fern. : way, journey. A 151.
68ovs, -WTO? (dens): tooth. E 74.
oSvvrj (anodyne) : pain, pang.
68vvT]-<|>aTos (^ey-) ' ' pain-killer,' pain-
stilling. E 401, 900.
6S6po|xai : bewail, lament, long mourn-
fully. B 315.

'O8vo-(<r)ts, -7705 or -eos : Odysseus,
Ulysses, an Ithacan, hero of the
Odyssey, father of Telemachus.
B 169, 259 ff., 631 ff., T 191 ff.
He is called TroXv/xryTt?, crafty, and
7ro\v[jiT]xavo<;, . abounding in devices.
He was one of the wisest of the
Achaean leaders, and was freq.
sent on embassies ; cf. A 138, 311,
T 205, A 767 ff. He was a spe-
cial favorite of Athena, and by
his device of the ' wooden horse '
Troy was taken ( 8 a).
68v<r(ro|uu, aor. o8vo-<xvTo (odium) :

am angry, am vexed. Z 138.
oco-o-i: dat. pi. of 019, sheep. Z 25.
6os : shoot, branch, scion. A 234.

o-0v, adv. : whence.

B307.
o-0i [ov], adv. : where.

T 145.

o0ofj.<u: care for, con-
cern myself about,
reck, o? OVK o#er'
aurvAa pe^toi/ : who
is reckless in doing
violence. A 181.
606 vat, pi. : linen
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garment than the woman's veil of

modern times.
o-0pu. ace. pi. orpins : with like hair.

B 765.
ot, enclit., dat. 3d pers. pron.: htm,

her. 42 a.
of-ywjii, impf. uuyKvi/TO, aor.






otSa (etoto) perf. as pres., 2d sing.

OiO~6a., pi. lS/XV [lOyZv], IO"T, UTCUTL,

subjv. cioVo, ei8o/xv ( 45 a), partic.
ci8u>s, lovirja-i ( 49 #), plpf. 77877,
TjfSec, fut. curcTcu, ti&q<Tiv (f 18-, wvV):
m>M7. The partic. is sometimes
followed by the gen., as B 718,
. 823. e&os: skilfully.
oUrrjs, -? (T09) : o/<Ae .same age.
6ivpos 3 : wretched, miserable, pitiable.

A 417.

otfcvs, -wo? : suffering, misery, woe.
oijvw : endure woe, mourn. T 408.
oUaJ* ( OIKOS), adv.: homeward. 33 e.
ws, -170? [otKCTTT?] : member of
one's household, oiio/es : household,
fa/nil i/.

aor. u>K77&v or diKrjOtv [WKT^-

: dtrdl, inhabit, colonize.
otKlov : pi. hntiif. (hnllintj. Z 15.

obcoi, adv. : a/ 7<ome. A 113.
oUov-Sc : homeward, home. 33 e.
O!KOS (/TOIKOS, vicus, -//v'rA in Nor-

>i'irf/J: hnnsi , /ini/it. <In-i llinfj.
'OtXtvs, -T}OS: a Locrian, father of

the lesser Ajax. B 527, 7L'7.
oljiwyrj (ot/xot) : a aran. A 450.

ior. wfjmitev : (/roan. F 301.
: son of Oeneus, Tydeus.
E813.

, -rjos : king of Calydon in




Aetolia, father of Tydeus, and

grandfather of Diomcd. Z 'J1H.
olvo-papr|s, -e's : h'-tn-t/ n-itlt trine, sot.
Olvojiaos: an A.-toliun. E 706.
OlvoiriSiis : son of Oenops, Helenus.

E707.

olvos (fotvos, vi nil in, trine): wine.
olvo-xo<o or olvoxovw. impf. cwvo-

XOZL or oivo^dec (x OJ ) : pour out

irine, pour. A 598.
olvo-xoos (x^) ' cupbearer. B 128.
olvoijf, -OTTOS : 'fine-colored, dark red,

dark. A 350, E 771.
ota<ra : aor. partic. of oiyw/u, open.
otopai, 6t, or otw : think, hold as an

opt n inn, intend. A 78, 561.
olos 3 : alone, by one's self, only.
olos 3, rel. : of what sort, what kind

of, what, such as, ax ; with rotos to

be supplied, such //.s- with inf. oloi/,

neut. ace. as adv. : how, because.

olov OLKOVCTCV: (what he heard),

because of what he heard.
ol6a>, aor. pass, oiwflr; (oTos) : leave

alone, leave, desert. Z 1.
5is, gen. otos (o^-ts, ovis, ewe) : sheep.
ofcrei fut., oUr^jwvai aor. inf. ( 48 i) :

of (frcfju), btnr. brin t/. F lL'0.
ol<r0a : 2d sing, of oiSa, kmnr.
6io-Tv, aor. imv. otbreiKrov : 5^oo<

'///// an arrow. A 100.
OUTTOS : arrow. See TpcyAo>xtr.
olros: f'ih\ dmlh. misery.
OtrvXos : a town in Laconia. B 585.
OlxoXicvs, -^os : (in 0> -chalian. B 596.
Olx<xX(7] : town in Thessaly. B 730.
OtxaXiT)6cv : from Oechalia. B 596.
, iterative impf.

come.



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, impf. o>x TO : ff> 9
aTTOTTTa/xevos : flew away.

ofoo or oiw (OIO/ACU) : think, intend.

ola>vio"nfjs and olvo-ir6Xos : sooth-
sayer, seer, augur, who observes
birds of omen (oiWot). A 69.

oUovos : bird of prey, observed for
omens, omen. B 393, 859.

oKvetw : hesitate, shrink. E 255.

OKVOS : hesitancy. E 817.

, -CVTOS (a/c/30?) : jagged.
, -eo-o-a: (chilling), horrible.
(See /cpvdeis.) Z 344.

s : eight-spoked. E 723.

OKTW (octo, <?^Z) : eight. B 313.

6X|3io-Sa(|i<i>v, -ovos : (of happy divin-
ity), god-favored. T 182.

oXcOpos (oXXv/u) : rwm, destruction,
death. Z 143.

oXcircu, oXco-cis fut., 6X&r(cr)i|, 6Xe
<r0ai aor. : of oXXv/u, ruin, destroy ;
mid. perish. B 4, 325.

oXeKco : destroy, kill ; mid. perish, am
slain. E 712.

oXC-yos 3 : ZittJe, sraaZ/. dXiyov : adv.

ZzV//e. C/. [UKp6<S, TVT00S.

'OXit<&v, -wvos : Thessalian town in
Magnesia. B 717.

oXXvjii, fut. oXetrai, oXeo-cts, aor.
wXecra, oXe(r((r)r;9, oXovro, ovXo-
/xevos, perf . oXwA?; : rwm, destroy,
kill, lose; mid. and perf. am de-
stroyed, perish, die. A 451.

6Xo(i)6s 3 : destructive, deadly, cruel.
Comp. oXowrepos. A 342.

oXoXvy^j (ululo) : shrill outcry.

'OXooo-o-wv, -01/09: town in Perrhae-
bia. B 739.

6Xo6-<J>po>v, -ovos ((f>prjv) : cruel.



6\o<j>u8v6s : complaining, doleful.

6Xo<{>opo|jLai : complain, lament.

'OXvjj.irtds, -a8os, fern. : Olympian.

'OXvjjnrios : Olympian ; in sing., by-
name of Zeus the Olympian, but
used in the pi. of all the gods,
as A 399.

w OXv|Mros or OvXvfjnros : Olympus, a
high mountain on the boundary
between Macedonia and Thessaly ;
the abode of the gods. Its peaks
tower into heaven. See on A 44.

oXvpai, pi. : grain, spelt. E 196.

oXwXri : perish, am destroyed; perf.
subjv. of oXXv/xt. Z 448.

O|xa8os : din, confused noise, hubbub.
: see ajMipTr).
(imber) : rain, storm. T 4.

-e's (dyetjow) : assembled,
together. A 57, B 789.

6|i-iiXiKiTi : of the same age, those of
the same age, companions.

opiXe'co, aor. d)youX^(ra : am with, asso-
ciate with. A 261.

oplXos (homily) : throng, crowd.

mist. A 359, T 10.
-aros : eye. Cf. ocro-e. A 225.

|ivv|u, fut. oyaov/xat, aor. imv. o/xxxr-
a-ov : swear. A 76, 233.

opoios or ofiouos (6/xds) 3 : like, alike,
common, y^pas 6/xottov: old age
which comes to all alike (?). A 315.

ojJtoLou), aor. o/xotw^/xevat [6/xoiw-
Oyvcu]: make like ; dep. liken myself.

6p.oK\aj, aor. partic. 6/xoKXiyoras, itera-
tive aor. 6/AOKXijo-ao-Kc : S^O
threaten. B 199, Z 54.

OHLOKX^I (KoXVw) : shout. Z 137.

ofjLop-yvvp.1 : wipe. E 416.



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3 : alik\ common. Cf. 6/M.ou>9.
6(j,6<r<r|], ofioo-o-ov : aor. of o/xi/v/u.
6|iov. adv. : together, <it the su/ne lime,
alnt.g //////. A 61, A 122, E 867.

6p.oC|iai: fut. of o/xiayxi, s>n-ur.
6p.4>aX6-as, -eo-o-u : ///'/// bosses, bossy.
6fi4>aX6s : m/'W, boss. A 525.

B 1 1 .
, adv. : ///.

ovap, indecl. : dream. Cf.
oveCStios : r/m//////, abusive. -A 519.
6vi5ia>. aor. imv. <WSt<rov : reproach,

heap abuse upon. A 211.
6vei5os. -eo< : r< proach, abuse. A 291.
6vipo-ir6\os : </m//// interpreter.
ovtipos : ilriniii. rixinn. Cf. ovap.
ovivTjfu, fut. ovr/o-ctv, ov^o-ecfc, aor.

ovrjaa or wi^ras : 7e//?, profit,

please. A 503, Z 260.
6vo|iaci> (ovo/Aa) : address by name.
5vojiai, aor. ovoo-airo : y/W /au/< wjVA

as too little. A 539.
ovoncUvw, aor. subjv. OVO/XTJVO> (ovofui) :

name, mention by name. B 488.
6v-p\T|s, -e's: stiiirp-pointed. A 126.
6|v6-is : *}nirjt-/H>inti:d. E 50, 568.
6vs, -euz, -v: s/mr/i, /><//, *n-i ft, pierc-
ing. 6(a (cognate ace.) KtK\rf-

yu>5 : "'it It sharp cries. 6v, adv. :

k< //////, fpticklif. A 190.
oov : -'-II. of os. "//'>. (Doubtless oo

was tin' original for oov. o.~i //.)
5ira arc., oiri dat. : of oi//, MM

aor. w-rracrav (CTTO/KU) : (///'>;

a.v a t'tiin/innltin). f/rnnf, folluir, press

hard >i/>on. 7, 1 -">7.

(eTro/jUii) : in-m/npant/, <]<> irith.
/not oTTi^ct : ^e 6o? goes with

me, i.e. I carry the bow.



m0v : see

omirtvw : spy nut, look about.

oiri(<r)9(v), adv. : behind, afterward)
hereajler. A 197, Z 526.

oirCo-(<r)w, adv. : backward, behind,
hereafter, for the future. On A 70.

6irX6Tpos 3 : younger. B 707.

'Oirocts, -tvros : Opus, the Locrian
capital. B 531.

oirds (sue us) : sap of the fig tree, Jig
sap. In E 902, it is used for rennet.

6ir(ir)6T, adv. : when, whenever.

6iriroTpos : which of the two.

oir(ir)ws, adv. : how, in order that, as.

oirroXcos (CTTTOS, coctus) 3 : roasted.

oirrdto), aor. ojTmprav : roast.

oirwira : perf. of 6/oau>, see. Z 124.

oircopivos 3 : autumnal, of early au-
tumn. E 5.

oirws : see OTTTTWS.

6pd* or 6pda>, fut. oif/to-Oai, aor. cTScv
or t&v, perf. oTrtoTra (wary} : see,
took, behold. VTroSpa t6W: eyeing
askance, with fierce look. A 148.

6p<ywfii. aor. subjv. op^ (erigo):
reach, stretch out, lunge with a
spear, </iye ; mid. stretch one's self,
reach out. ot TTCHOO? 6pfaro:
reached afler his son, held out his
hamls toward his son. Z 466.

6(HKT6s : nntsfri'tfhed. B 543.
(opwfu) : hasten away.

: a Boeotian from Hyle.
E707.



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