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vtro-iojiv : aor. subjv. of VTreiKto,

yield, gin- /rat/. A 62.
Yiro8tipai: L,cer Thebes, situated

on the plain. B r>().~>.
viro-Kvopcu. aor. partic. vrroKvcra/AeVry :

beconu i>r< i/nnnt. conceive.

xnro-\VKaivo}i(H : </nr irliite. E 502.
viro-Xva), aor. vTreXvcrc, VTTfXv<rao :

loose hi-iKiith, loose from under,

loose It if st' tilth.
viro-jit'vw, aor. vw^avav : stand //>//

if round. E 498.

: perf . partic. of VTTO-

under. 49 a.
viroirXciKios 3 : //////// a/ the foot of Ml.

riarus. Z 397.
viro-<rTvaxit : groan beneath, rumble

beneath. B 781.
v)iro-<rTp<|>w, aor. opt. vrroorpei/'aas :

^////< around, fnr/t uncfc. E 581.
vir6-(rxo, v-iro<r\t<r0ai : aor. of VTTI-
i>rniniti,\ A ">1 1, Z !'>.



B 28(5, :>!!>.
: aor. partic. of V7rrj(o>,
////^/rr. E269.

\>iro-Tp<yiros : rn/niiif/ Ixifk.
V7ro-4>pw. aor. vm/mKuv

////// ///r/-r iiiipfiiilin.i; danger.
VITO-XWR^WI aor. V7T\aipYj<Tav : n tin -,

H'it/idriiir. Z 1<>7.
\nr-6\|/ios (o\f/ofuu) : d>s/iis>d. <tn object

of ronti in fit. V IL'.
VITTIOS (supinus): /// //'> //*/-,

b<i<-kn'<irds % xu/iiitc. A 108.

Bo.-otian town near Tana-

gra. B 496.



: town in the northern part

of Elis. B 616.
'YpTaKi6T]s : aim of Ifyrtacus, Asius.

B s:J7 f.
vo-jitvrj, local dat. vvfuvi : baffle, con-

j/lrt. B 40, 863.
{)<rfjLfvT]v-S : to battle. B 477.
VO-TO.TOS o : superl. of vcrrepos, last,

hindmost. varara, adv. : for the

Inst time. A 232, E 703.
ixrTpos : later, vcrrtpov : adv.
vx}>aiva) (//v/>, irnnf) : weave. Traaiv

v<jxitvov : " set forth before all."
t<|>-T]vioxos : charioteer. Z 1 9.
VK|>-IT]|JLI, aor. partic. V</>/TS : let

dmru, lower. A 434.
v4>-urrr]jjti, aor. virearyv, VTT&TTO.V

[vTreorr/o-av] : promise. B 286.
v\|/-p<}>TJs, -c's: high-roofed. E 213.
v^Xos (vTraros) 3 : high. B 395.
'Y\|/T|vp, -0/009: a Trojan, son of

Dolopion. E 76.

x>\|/-T]XTJs. -c? (^X /0) ) l U( My neighing.
v^i-ppc)UTT)s (^3/o/xoo) : hif/h-thunderer.

Mj>ithet of Zeus. A3">1.
xn|/i-tvyos (^vyw) : high-throned. Epi-
thet of Zeus. A 166.
v\|u-irv\os (TrvAr/) : high-gated.
u\|/-6po<f>os (cpe<^a)) : high-roofed.
, adv.: %/*. A 486, Z 509.



4>dav0v [e<^)a/^>/o - a', 44 m] : aor. of
(uetVa>, jfath, <//< <im. A 200.

4>d Y : aor. of cV&V tf. B 317.

4>cuiv6s ((009) 3 : /A/.s7/ /////. s

aor. ]>ass.
6rpra.v~\ : gleam. Cf.



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<j>ai8i|ios : illustrious, glorious. Z 27.
4>aiT|v, 4>aip.ev : opt. of cftrj/jiL, say.
$cuvo\|/, -OTTOS : Phaenops. E 152.
<j>avto, aor. ^>ryve, aor. pass. (c)^>avr;,

perf. sing. Tre^avrai : show, cause

to appear; pass, appear. A 477.
4>cu<rTos : son of Borus, an ally of

the Trojans. E 43.
4aurr6s : Cretan town. B 648.
4>dX.cry. -ayyos (phalanx), fern. : rank,

column. B 558, T 77.
4>d\o9 : horn of metal on the helmet

which strengthened the helmet

and caught the blow of a sword.

Z 9. Cf. TtTpafjxjArjpos.
<|>dv [tc^ao-av] : impf. of <f>r)fjii, say

(think). Z 108.
<f>dvt], <J>ave'vra: appeared; aor. pass.

of <f>ouv(t), show, r ol.
<|>dos, -cos [<cos] : light, light of safety.
<J>aprpii : quiver. A 45.
4>dpis, -tos : Laconian town. B 582.
<j>dp|Acucov (pharmacy): drug, herb.
4>dpos, -cos : a linen cloak, worn only

by princes. See



<j>d<rav, <|>dTO

inf. : of
4>d(ryavov (a<f>d
<}>dTVTi : manger.
: flee.



pr/] irnpf.,
say, assert,
(a) : sword.
Z 506.



<j>do-eai
B278.

A 190.



4>i8nriros : grandson of Heracles.

B678.

<|>8oiuu : spare (with gen.). E 202.
(<|>v), aor. 7re<i/e, 7re</>i/e/zei/, perf. pi.

7re<aj/Tai : kill, slay. Cf. <ovos.
4>v6s : Arcadian town. B 605.
<!>epcu: Thessalian town. B711.
4pK\os : son of Tecton. E 59.
<J>e'purros : best, ^eptarc : good sir.



<j>e'pTaTos, superl. : lest, bravest.
<j>eprepos, comp. : better, more power-

ful. A 169, 186.
4>p(o, fut. oura, aor. subjv. ej/etKw,

aor. inf. otae/xevat ( 48 i) (fero,

bear) : carry, bear, bring, carry off,

draw.
<J>ev>-ya>, fut. ^ev^ovrai, aor. (f>vyov,

perf. partic. Tre^vy/xeVov (fugio) :

flee, escape. B 175.
<j>T] [^77, 43 l>~] : impf. of



say.
as, like as. B 144.

, -?}o? : son of Dares, slain by
Diomed. E 11 ff.
<|%ivos: of oak. E 838.
<J>iry6s (fagus): oak tree, oak.

opt. <j>atr)v, partic. ^>avres,
2d sing. impf. fyrjo-Qa [e^iys], 3d
sing. <^>} [t<>7], 3d pi. ^>av [e^acrav]
(fate or) : say, assert, believe
(often of an incorrect view). See

and etpw. B 129, 248.
gen. (frrjpos (fera): the Thessa-
lian form of Orjp, ivild animal. It
is used by Homer only of centaurs.
The centaurs are not described
by Homer, but their dual nature
(half horse and half man) seems
not yet developed in the story.

at or near the site of the
modern Kalamata, at the head of
the Messenian Gulf. E 543.
4>T]pT]Tid8Tjs : son (or grandson) of

Pheres. B 763.

<j>0dva>, aor. partic. <0a/xevos : get
the start of, anticipate. /A' e/?aXe

hit me first. E 119.
Phthia. (1) Thessalian town
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B 683. (2) Country about the
town, A 1 55. Ki!.

4>0i7iv8e: In J'/il/.ia. A 1 ',!). jj :;:; ,.
4>0ivv0w. iterative impf. (f>OivvQf.ffK :

cniisiuiti , I'ini . irntti aim >/./>< ri*h.
<J>0iv, fut. <^ft'cret, plpf. c<f>OuiTO :

irtist> tin-nil. /;///'. />< ri.h. di< : flit.

tfroy, ////. Z 1<>7.
4>0ipv or <t>0ipuv : a mountain in

('aria. B 868,
<J>0i<r-T|vu>p. -epos (dvT/p) : wuu*-deetroy-

imj. B s:j:{.

<J>0oyyT| (diphthong)', mice. B7!'l.

4)06^0$: voice. E L^U.

4>0ovo> : f/rudt/f, d/m/. A .">.">.

-<|>i(v) : inseparable siillix, eliding of
an old instrumental case. Added
to the >tein of a noun, it forms a
genitive and dative in both sin-
gular and plural, \\hich is gen-
erally used as an instrumental,
ablative, or locative case. :;:| //.

4>t\w. iterative impf. ^iXceo-Kci/. aor.
iiuv.



as a t'l'iend. rectffa
<|>iXo-KTavwTaTos (Kxe'ttvoi/), sujn-rl.:

mnxt (//<>(/// fi/'f/fiin. A IL'L'.
4>iXoKTT|Tqs : I'hilni-iit,*. \\ famous

bnwnian, \\h<> had the bo\v aii<l

arrows of Heracles. B 718.



Inrinn. Ej'ilhet of Aphrodite.
A 10.

4>L\os { : <1<<n\ In fur' i/, jtlt fisi/i'/ : as
subst. a fr'nnil. Supei'l. <^>t'AraTO?.
<#>i'A<>9 is often us.-d in Homer in
a familial- tone, where the less
emotional Eng. idiom would



not use dear, but it is distinctly
more than the possessive pro-
noun, and part of the original
coloring is lost if it is rendered
simply by thy, his, etc. It is a
standing epithet with words
which denote relationship, or a
part of the human body, or tin-
mind. A 86, B 56.

4>iXoTT]s, -T/TOS : Inn. friendship^ hos-
/.ifnfiff/. B _>:}_'. T 73.

<JuXu>s: f/tmlff/. $ .") c. A :517.

<J>Xo-yeos (^>Ad^, fulgeo): jlnaliiiKj.

<|>Xoi6s: bark of a tree. A *2'-\! .

<})Xowrpos: ilin nfbnltlc. E )L J L ) .

<j>opt'ojxai. aor. (f>6/3r)0tv \_l(f>o(3rjOrf
o-ui/], <J>o(3r)Oti<; (<o/3os) : flee in
frinht. 17. Z 1:5;").

(|>6pov-8 : tojlif/ht. E 252.

4>6pos: 7-V/V////, brotlier of Terror
(Aa^ds). A 440. See^A^?.

4>6pos : Jf it/ht. Not simply friyht.

4>oipos: /'/mi fats (shhihnjf). Epi-
thet of Apollo. A 1:J.

<|>oivi|, -IKO?: /Hir/ilr. A 1 41. Z '_M!.

4>oiT<xw. imjtf. (froiTwv [^>otVo>'] : ^o
fo ami j'rn. innuli r up <tn<l dmrn.

B779.

<j)oXK6s ( f a 1 x ) : bandy l< an, d. B 217.
4>6vos : daiii/hfrr. <'f. (f>fv-.

6s : peaked. B L'!!.
f) : jndd, /-. E L'OL'.
4>opw. iterative impf. <^opec(TKoi', inf.
^>opcii/ and fyoprjvai ( 47 /<)
((^t'poj) : //f a/\ carry, in-ar, druir.

carry nf t \ \\ 107.

4>6pKvs- -ri-fK : a leader of. the Phry-
gians. B M52.

, -17709, f. : lyre. A On:',.



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<|>6ws or better <(>6os (<aos, <ws) : light,

i.e. help, safety.
<J>6<r-8e : to the light. B 309.
4>pao}jLai, aor. imv. <pcurai (<$>pr)v) :

make clear to (my)self, consider,

plan, think. A 83, 554.
<{>PT|V, gen. <pvos, fern.: the diaphragm

as seat of intelligence and feeling,

mind, heart; often in pi. A 103,

B 33, r 45, 442.
<J>pTjTpT], dat. <f>prJTpirj-<f>Lv ( 33 a)

(f r a t e r) : brotherhood, clan.

B363.
4>purcrco, perf. partic. as pres. TTC-

(frplKVLai: bristle. A 282.
<|>pova> ((frprjv) : think, consider, plan.

<f>L\a (]>povt(Dv, ei) <j>pov&av : well-
disposed, friendly. A 73, A 219.
4>ptrys, pi. : Phrygians. B 862,

T185.
$pvyb) : Phrygia, district of Asia

Minor. T 184.
4>v [<v] : grew; 2d aor. of <f>va), put

forth. Iv 01 <f>v x ct / t/: (grew to)

clung to his hand. Z 253.
<J>v-y, <j>v-yoi : escape; aor. of <f>e.vya),

fee. A 350, Z 59.
4>iT] (<ixi>) : form, nature. B 58.

: Thessalian town. B 695 if.
: son of Phylacus, Iphi-

clus. B 705.

4>vXaKos : Phylacus, a Trojan. Z 35.
<{>uX.(i<r<r (<vAa) : guard, watch.
^vXetStis : son of Phyleus, Meges,

B628.
4>u\vs : Phyleus, son of Augeas, father

of Meges. B 628.
<|>v\\ov (<^va), folium) : leaf. A 234.
<{>vXov (<i;a>) : tribe, race. B 363.



<j>t>Xoms, -tSos : </m of battle, battl

field. A 82, Z 1.
<f>v<ria<o, partic. <uo-ioa)i/Tas : snort.
<|>v<rioos (<^uo>, ^o)>^) : life-giving.
4>\}TaXiT] (^)urov) : //'Mi< /antZ, vineyard

or orchard land. Z 195.
<j>vTcvw, aor. (f>vTevcrav (<$>vrov) : set

out, plant. Z 419.
<j>vw, fut. i^vcret, 2d aor. ^>{), perf.

L, plpf . TT<f>VK.l (f U i, ig) I

cwse /o //row; 2d aor.

and perf. ^ro?^, and also ^ei in

Z 149.
4>o)Kis, gen. $wK^(0]/, pi. : Phocians,

people ofPhocis. B 517.
4>ve'co, aor. ^xov^crcv (^>cuv>;) : speak,

let one's voice sound, fuv <jf>o)v^o-a?

Trpoa-rjvBa. : he lifted up his voice and

addressed him. A 201, 333.
(fxov^j (<f)rjfJLL, -phone): voice. T 161.
<{><&$, gen. ^co-res : maw. T 53.



X* : for *. r 53, E 351.

X&tt iai > aor - KKa8ovro ( 43 e),
aor. partic. ^ao-cra/xevos : >/////-
draw, give way. A 497, 535.

X<uva>, aor. opt. ^ai/oi : yawn. A 182.

\cupw. aor. cx^P 7 ?' X L P r } crav > aor * P^
Xapet-r], K^^apoiaTo (yearn) : rejoice,
am delighted. xaipere. : hail, the
customary form of greeting.

XaiTT], pi. : hair, mane. Z 509.

XaXiraivw : am angry. B 378.

XaXciros o : /HHY/, Aar^A, cruel. A 546.

XaXKo-0wpn|, -T^KO? : clad in bronze.

XaXxcos or x < *^ Kl s '^ : f bronze,
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Xa\K6-4>wvos : with t>raz> >/ roice,
loud-voiced, of St.-ntor. K 796.

XaXivs : \\itli dvijp. xinit/t. n-ork< r in
bronze. A 1 3

Xa\K-T|p7]s. -es : lininzei], fit/to 1 trith



XaXids. -t'Sos : ('/ttifri*. (1) Principal
to\\n of Kuboea. B 537. (_>)
A.-tolian town. H (ilo.

XoAKO-f3aTT|s. -e? : n'ith oronze, (cov-
er. -.1) thnthohl. A I'Jli.

X<xX.KO-Kopv(TTTJs (Kopvoxra)) i liclmeled
trith lironze, in f/ronze armor.

X^XKOS : oronze, c<>jij>t-r: l>mir.< tool.
uTtinf (</'. tin- Kn.u;. USM of >//),
(irnnir. Uroii/.f \\ ;is the most ini-
jiorlant nift;il of the Homeric age
for armor, weapons, tools, and
utensils. Iron was lnit little used.

XoXKO-x^Tcav, -ovos : (irif/i 1>r<m-<'

tnnir), lirnn~< -chid. A '-\~ 1 .

Xa\Kw5ovTi<i5ir]s : *"/< o/' ' 'Imlcmlnn,
Kl-pln"iior, leader of the Abantes.

H -ll. A lf,l.

(\0u)v, huini) : to ih<
i/. T 300.

/" ///'- ijnminl. ',''< . I' 29.
on the earth, on l/t<> i/romnf.
a<>r. 6^a8c (p re lien do) :
/\ rnntnin. A - 1 .
: aor. opt. of ^cuVo;. i/utrn.

A \~>\.

: aor. of \ti(fy
-cv'ro? : t/nii-t /'/if, f>i untiful,



pt-rf.



<! : siijM-rl.

aor. opt.
]>artic. K(.xapuTfJLfvf. (^aipw) : '/'^ /
fdror, t/nitif'f/, </ir< <j!<itUij. \tipi-
in or<l< r to [ilt d. ; p; ;



$u/A(5 : '/' -
fif//it of in if heart. E '2\-\.

;, -tro?, ace. ^aptv. grace, favor.
Xdpirts. pi. : l/i'- fi rares. goddesses of
grace and l>eauty. E 338.

-axo? (x-(/)a)) : jot/, delnjht.
(vatpa)) : (joy of battle), battle.
Xdpoiros : father of Xhviis. H (i7'J.
Xeur<rd|ivos : aor. partic. of ^aJ^opa.L,
H'ilhdratr. yire >ca>/. A ."> ; )").
rk. '

(pew) : swollen wilh raina
ana 1 no ltd anoir.

irintry. B 294.

wv, -o>vos (hi cms) : irinfer. T 4.
X eip. gen.
dat. pi.
or xtp(Ti
ami. yetptt? dva-<



wt "I'-
ll f l < <! ha nda.
This \\as the
usual attitude of
prayer. A 150.

Xeipwv, -tot'os : ^ '/< /-

row, the most

just of the cen-

t.nirs,' famous

for his knowl-

edge of medi-

cine and divina-

tion, teacher of

A.aclepiufl ( Acs-

culapius) and

A.-liill.-s. A L>l!l. A 8:)L>.
X<pioTtpos. COinp. : imrs> .
X<piuv, -OV09, comp. : irors< .

TO. x/>tWa VLK(L : u'nrs>
dat. acc -




comp.:



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VOCABULARY TO THE



worse, inferior, an inferior, a sub-

ject, a man of low deyree.
Xpn<x8iov : stone for throwing.
Xep-viirTojJLai, aor. ^epi/t'^ai/ro

wash (my} hands. A 449.
\p<ri : dat. pi. of x 6 '/ 3 * hand.
\tp<ro<$, feni. : the land, shore.
X&o, aor. i\tev or



plpf. Ke'xvro (fun do,
gush) : />o?/r, Tter/p (of a funeral
mound), throw into a heap, avv
opKLa ex Vav ' broke (threw into a
disorderly heap) the oaths. ap.^1
viov exf.va.TO 7r>/x ea : threw (her)
arms about (her) son. SaKpv x^W:
weeping. F 270.




: for Kat -ty/Acts, we also. 26.
XT|v,gen.x^v6s(anser): goose. B460.
: bereft, widowed, widow. Z 408.

, aor. x">?p wcre (x^/ 07 ?) : em P l y^
make deserted. E 642.
ipwo-T^js : distant relative, " next of
kin." E 158.

-os : lack, ivant. Z 463.
(heri), adj.: yesterday, h es-
ter nu s. 56 a. x^ l ^ : a( ^ v *
X0wv, gen. x^^ (x"-^, hum us) :

earth, ground.

XC(iaipa : the Chimaera, a monster
slain by Bellerophon ; described
in Z 179 If.



: a she-goat. Z 181.
-wi/os (Phoenician Kitonet
linen: cotton) : tunic of linen ; the
principal male garment, often
the only garment worn at home.
The yiTwv worn under the war-
rior's armor was short ; that worn
in peace was long < and ungirt.'
X\aiva (1 ae n a) : cloak, woolen mantle.

This was often dyed purple.
Xo\ds, -aSos, fem. pi. :
entrails, guts. A 526.
XoXos : (gall), sudden
anger. A 387.

fat. inf. x^- w ~
aor. par tic. x~
X(oo-ct|U.ei/o5, perf. par-
tic. K^o^-^ov, fut.
aor. pass.




r 394.

avail, help,



anger, vex. Pass, and

mid. am angry. A 78.
XoXwros : angry. A 241.
Xopov-8* : to the dance.

r 393.

Xopos (chorus) : (yard,

place of dance), dance.
Xpaior^ew, aor. x/ 001 " 7 /^ :

ward off a; foe from another.
Xpavw, aor. subjv.

slightly, graze. E 138.
Xpiw, -ovs (xp>?) : need. A 341.
Xprj : necessity. Generally used like

Xptj ecrrt: it is necessary, one ought.
Xpojxtos: (1) son of Priam slain by

Teucer. E160. (2) Son of Neleus

and Chloris. A 295, A 286. (3)

A Lycian, slain by Odysseus.

E677.



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. -tos : a l-:ulT of tin- Mysiims.
B 81

Xpovos (rhronniiif ///): time. B 2!M>.

Xpoos gen., Xpoa arc. : of xpws, >////,
/W//. A 130.

Xpv<r-d|nrv, -VKOS : <////< (/olden front// 1
(In (niliiinil). l.i. tin- straps \\eiv
ador:n'd with gold. E 358.

Xpvtr-aopos (aop) : /////< aofd> H sn-ord.

Xpt)o-c(i)os :J : //"A/> //. A 2 1>, A 111.

Xpvo-Tj : C/irysa, town on the coast
of the Troad with a tfmplf to
Apollo. A 37, 100,390, 1:51, 451.

Xp\5o-T]is, -(.'809: dana/if< r of (,'hrysis,
raptuivd l>y Afhillf.s and given
to Agamemnon. A 111, 143, 182,
310, 3;). 13!>. Sh<- is never called
by her own name, and the 'pat-
ronymic' may have meant origi-
nally only 'maiden from Chrysa.'
Cf. BpL&rjLs. The demand for
her rt'turn to her father caused
the quarrel of the princes.

Xpv<r-T|vios : jlnxlihnj trith (fold. Per-
hajis, ////// i/i, !<I, n n ins (rjvLJ.).
of Artemis. Z 'Jn:,.
'linis.*. priest of Apollo at
Chrysa. A 11. 870, -111', l-'.o.

Xpi3(r6-0povos : t/ftlt/t t<-f/irou< </. A 'ill.

Xpv<ros : f/ol<l. B ST."), Z 48.

g'". XP<*> : s ' //> '"'- '""'// A 510.
: aor. of ^c'co, jxmr. A 5
(\e<i>) ; > : /<>'"/>"/ '//'. Z I'll.
: liiiin . H '2 17.



aor. ^o>craTo : nut (in</r//, <nn
full < : \ 'il.

X<*>p<V aor. xwptfvav : </if< iray.
\upr\ : /itnr, . Z "'1 '!.

: /-' F :'. 1 .">.



\|/dfjia6os(a/xrt^os), fern. : sund. A l>i'.

\j/5v6s 3 : xjxirsi . B L'lit.

\|/u5T|s, -e's (if/ev&ofjuai) : fnlxc, liar.

A 235.

\J/v6op,ai, aor. partic. ^evcra/xeK^ : //V.

i/'evSd/xevot ^>ao-t : saif falm ///.
\(/v8os, -cos: /ze, deceit. B 81.

ntli. >W. ///e. TOV 8' lAtTre
^ : ^ ie breath of life left //////,
/./. //r fainh-d. E L J !)i;.
\|/vxpos : c^A/. E 75.



, interjection : 0, used before the

vocative.
w, interjection followed by JJ.OL or

TTOTTOI, expressing surprise or dis-

pleasure: oA/ a/05/ A 25-4, 414.
a>8 : ///'/>-, in (It is '///, </> fo/lnn-s.

aiSe . . . d>s : so ... a*', a.s . . . r/x,

or obs . . . a>8c : as . . . so. T '2~2 1.
w9ew. aor. oKre(v), oxraro : thrust,

drirc off. A 220.
wC-ywvro : impf. of otyvu/u, o/>en.

H B09.

Ka (OJKVS), adv.: fjuickly, swiftly.
'HKaXerj : Boeotian village. B .~>oi.
'flKcav6s: Oceanus, a broad stn am

which flowed about the earth.

(2) God of this stream. A 123,

T 5, E6.
uKT]0v [O)KT 'fOrja-av^ : aor. of ot/ce'w, in-

l,nl>il, cnloni-,'. B 668.
<IKv-fiopos : (nf early <l< ntli ), ahnrt-lii; <l.

Supeii. wKv/xopairaTos. A 417.
wKv-iropos : .>///?. >//////;/ sailing (of

ships). A 421.



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WKV-ITOVS, -TroSos : swift-fooled, fleet.
aKv-poos (pt'w): swiftly flowing.

wKea or wKeia, WKV : swift, fleet.
Tj : said to be the peak of
Mt. Scollis in Achaea near the
frontier of Elis. B 617.

Aetolian town. B 639.
: aor. of oAAv/u, destroy, lose.

aor. of 6/xiAe'w, am icith,
associate with. A 261.

aor. w/zo0eT77<rav(w/xos, rfflrj-
: place pieces of raw meat (upon).
, gen. and dat. dual W/AOUV
(umerus): shoulder. A 45.

: raz#, uncooked. A 35.
a>|AO-<|><ryos (<j>ayelv) : raiv-flesli-eating.
tpp.a>|ev : aor. of OI/AWW, groan. F 364.
wvT]<ras : aor. of ovivrjfu, help, please.
oiirao-av : aor. of O7raw, grant. Z 157.
a>irrT)<rav : aor. of oTrraw, roast. A 466.
T Hpai, pi. : ^Ae Hours, Seasons, door-
keepers of Olympus. E 749.
topcgaro : aor. of opeyvvfju, reach,

stretch out. E 851.
upco-triv : dat. pi. of oap, wife.
&pr\ (year, hour) : season (of spring).
upficuvt : impf. of fyytotyw, revolve,

ponder. A 193.
u>p|idTO impf., wpfit]<re aor. : of 6/)/xaw,

rush, hasten. T 142.
copvuTO impf., wpo-, wpro, wpope
(43 f) aor. : of opvv/xt, rouse, ex-
cite ; mid. arise, hasten. A 10, F13.
s or ws, adv. : thus, so, in this way.
<ws . . . ws : <^MS ... as, or a>s . . .
ws : as . . . <7ms. ws avrws : <Aws m
<Ae same manner.
a>s, adv. : as.

(1) It introduces relative and



comparative sentences in the sense
of as, like as, often corresponding
to a ws, TWS, or OVTW.

(2) As a conj. ws introduces (a)
temporal sentences, as, tuhen ; (I)
dependent declarative sentences,
how, that ; (c) purpose clauses, in
order that ; and (a 7 ) wishes, that,
would that !

When ws follows its noun in the
sense of like, as, it is accented ws,
e.g. 0os ws : as a god. When it
thus follows the noun which it
modifies, it generally makes the
preceding syllable long by posi-
tion. 32 a.

wo-av, wo-aro : aor. of w$o, thrust,
drive off. A 535, Z 62.

s l : as if. B 780.

ws irep : just as.

s T : as, just as. (Never, so that.

Ti\TJ : wound. A 140.

'flros: son of Poseidon (Neptu-
nus), brother of Ephialtes. E385.
: aor. of orpui/w, impel, arouse,
urge on. A 73.

for 6 avros : that very one.
26. E 396.

w<J>X(X)ov or w<j>i\ov : ought; aor. of
o<ei A.W, owe. It is used with aWt
and ws to express a wish which
cannot be realized. Z 350.

OXTO : impf. of ol^o/juau, go away.

&\Qr\<ra.v: aor. of o^ew, am out of
temper, vexed. A 570.

"XP S : Pallor, paleness. T 35.

\|/, gen. WTTOS (oTrwTra) : face, counte-
nance, ets a>7ra : (when one looks)
in the face, in countenance.



usl ,





WORDS EASILY CONFOUNDED

: collect. eytipw : rouse.

crytv (dyviyu) : were broken. rj-yev (dyw) : he led.

a-yofjicv : '< l< <i<l '. a.yt\itv [dyciv] : to lead.

a-ywv: hadino;. ay <av (agony): (txxrmbly, contest.

nn (rilling. dicc'wv : in silence. a\i<av : grieving,

dry. aofiai: reverence.

axu>v : jtti'fh'n, dart. CLKWV : nntnl/tng.

aXios : /// />////. aXios (aA.s) : of the sea.

ava (voc.) : Kin;/. ava (adv.) : ?/y>. dvd (prep.): tip.

apa (conj.) : so, ///'/*. apa : prayer,

avrf] (avros) : herself. avrrj (ava>) : cry, shout.



(aor. subjv.) : Ze< MS cause to go. p-r]cr6p.e9a : ^-e twY/ ^ro.
PIOS : /{/e. PIOS : ^^r. P(T| : might.

Pporos : mortal. Pporos: </ore.



yaia [y^] : earth. -yaiwv : rejoicing.

yepas : />//:' <>/ honor. -yfipas : old age.

ydov (aor.) : fAey lamented. y6ov (acc.) : lamentation.



S5^T|>Acr0a (8a/xv7//u) : we are subject.

: greet, pled;/' . ScCKWfii : point out.

need. Stvw : moisten.

Sfifios : country. 811^65 : /a/.

Aia. acc. of Zev?. 8ia (8109) : godlike. 8id (prep.) : through. 8U : feared.
86w : en^er. 8va> or 8vo : <wo.



ta (imv. of uo) : a//ow. ca (eram) : / teas,

iavos : plli int. Javos : /'ofte.

iijos (.u r 'n. !" cis) : ruliinit. l<Ss(suus): ///>'. ci]s : of hers.

il'8op.cv [ciotJo^tcv] : /' / /s knoii'. tt8op.tv : v >v///\

ctt] : opt, of o/j.t'. a///. ctT) : aor. opt. of t7//xi, .?*?///.

clfUv [cV/^tcV] : fre are. jwv [eiwu] : /o fte.

t|u : / //o. ttjxi : / f//// .

tlpvarai, perf. pass, of cpvto, ///vi/r M;>. elpvarai. pros. mid. of cpvo/xai, guard.

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134



WORDS EASILY CONFOUNDED



&ra-ro (eiSw) : seemed.

(of Apollo) : far-darter.

e) : sixth.
\a<|>os : deer.

Vifjiv (ei/xi) : we are within.
eire'i (tTTO?) : % word.
eireifit (ei/u) : m upon.
epvo|xai : protect.
e'xe (imv.) : /w/a 7 .

Sw-ype'tt (dype'w) : take alive.

tj : quoth, said.
TJ-yeipa (eyetpw) : roused.
TJ'STJ (olSa) : 7*e knew.
TJKa (oy/u) : / hurled.
t]paro (apvvjuuu) : gained.



de'eiov : brimstone.
0ov daa : $e ran.



: desire, hasten.



tva, ace. of is : strength.
16s : arrow.
(eT/xt) :



Kapiros : harvest.
KCIVOS [CKCIVOS] : ^a<, yon.
: heart.



KpaTos : strength.

Xdas : stone.

: harbor.
/oose, release.

: wisdom, device.

vi] is : naiad, nymph.
VTJOS (vi/vs) : o/Me ?Ai]
vop.6s : pasturage^



l'<raro (i/xat) : hastened.
Ka,Tov (c e n t u m) : hundred.
KTos (e/c) : outside of.
t\e'4>as : ivory.
vi(j.av (ve/xw) : distributed.
eirct : since, when.
cireifjn (ei/xt) : come upon.
pvw : draw.



(dyapw) : revive.

TJ : ^rw/?/. ^ : in questions.

fj-ycCpovro (dyetpw) : ^ez/ assembled.
fiSt] : already.

TJKO, : softly. i]Kw : / come.

Tipdro (d/od) : prayed.

Oeiov : divine.
6cov (ace.) : ^rof7. 0oov (ace.)

I8e (conj.) : ana 7 .

us go.

V'va (conj.) : in order that.
lw [en, dat.j : one.
fcrcuriv (oT8a) : they know.



Kivos : empty.
KJ\p : fate, death.
Attic KwjjLt] : village.
Kparos (KapTJ) : o/ Me Aeaa 7 .



vrj6s



Xaos : people.

meadow.

Xova) : wasA, bathe.

H/f| TIS : no one.

vfjis (f 18-) : witless.
us] : temple.
Attic v6|ios : Jaw.



WORDS EASILY CONFOUNDED



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8 [os] : who. o : which.

olos : alone, olos : of "'/nit sort.

6po>p (perf. of opwfu) : he is aroused, wpopc (aor.) :
8s (rel.) : irlto.

6'o-o-a : minor. ooxra (exros) : how great

ovSas : ground. ovSos : tin

ovpos (opos) : mountain. ovpos:
o\|/ (vox) : roice.

rmpu : j tierce.

irtUro-6ai (fut. of Troo^a)) : suffer.

ir<j>avrai (<fxuvn)) : //' a /'/tears.

irXetov (TrAcIcs, pi ' n u s) : ///.

iroXtts [TroAAoi ] : tin i ni/.

iroXewv [TroAAaJv] : f UKIUI/.

ir6Xios (^'-n. of TroAis) : of a city.



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