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cf. d8fir)Triv. — (2) immarried; of a vir-
gin. (Od.)

&-8|jiifTi)v {8qfivripi), indomitam,
unbroken, not yet brought under the
yoke; of beasts of draught, K 293, ^
266, 655.

'^ASiiip'Of, father of Ev/xfjXoc, B 713,
* 289, 391, 532; husband of 'AXicijtrric,
B 714.

aSov, aor. 2 from dv8dvia, placui.

aSos (see d^iui), piv 'iKtro Oimov,

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disgust (with toil) entered his sonl, A

88t. [ - ]

AopifoTcui, town on the Propontis,
in what was afterward Mysia, B 828.

'A8(»i{on|, handmaid of 'EAivi;, d

'A8|»i|o*r{inr|, daughter of 'ASpri^rogf
AmaXfia, E 412t. ["]

ABpft^oTOiy (1) from 'Apyoc, fugi-
tive to ^iKvtov, succeeds UoXv^oc there
as king ; becomes also king in Argos,
harbors Tv^twc, and gives him his
daughter in marriage, cf. 257 121; his
swift steed 'Aptiuiv, "¥ 347. — (2) son
of Mfpojf/, fix)m UepKwrri, founder of
'ASptfariiOt leader of Trojan allies from
thence, B 830, A 328.— (3) Trojan slain
by Menelaos,Z 37, 45, 63. —(4) Tro-
jan slain by Patroklos, n 694.

^Sporifra (ddpos)^ ace from aSpo-
rrii', coupled with iiPriv and fxivogy/ull
bodily maturity y II. (Cf. dv^poTr)Ta.^

a-8vTov {^v(Mi, not to be entered)^ f a-
n u m. shrine, only E 448, 512.

&-cOXcv€iv (dt9\ov), certare, insti-
tute, or contend t/i, a gymnastic contest;
tiri rtvi, in honor of some one, "¥ 274;
O 734, toiling for a merciless master.

&^OXiov, rb, (d(9\ov). — (1) certa-
m en. contest for a prize, 108, 11 590.
— (2) implements ojf combat, weajtons, <p
4, 1 17. — (3) prizes in contest, dpkoBuL,
carry off*; avcXav, dvtK'^aBai, win;
^ipetrOaL, bring in, I 127. [^— ^ w]

&-cOXov, roy (dPsOXov, vadari; Ger-
man wetten, English bet). — (1) pL
certamina, prize contests, d 1 60, or 89.
— (2) sing, and pi. pHze; for such a
prize, X 548 ; having come, entered, for
the prize, A 700. [>-' — ^]

a-cOXo9 (d9\iav, 9 160), o, (aedXov),
(1) certamen, prize contest, distin-
guished from TToXe/tot, 11 590 ; varie-
ties, 9 103, ^ 646, 753; KaTa9fj(Tit}, r
572; icrcXcccv, 135, x 5. — (2) comfmt
(in war), r 126; nXiTv, y 262; fioynv,
i 241 ; hardships of every sort, yj/ 248,
350, csp. Evpv<r9fioQ, those imposed by
Eurystheus upon Herakles.

&c6Xo-<^po« ( d^\o(f>6poQ ), prae-
mium certaminis ferens, bearing
away the prize, victorious; only of
horses, X 22.

&cC, aUC (at close of verse), al^
(cogn. with aifwp, a e v u m), semper,


always, ever; strengthened bv dvKt-
XkioQ, d<yipaXtQ, iutfimpfg, (Ufuvkc,
fidXa, viitXtfikg, <rvv(x^Qf &lso otcc rjfiO'
ra wdvra.

&c£8» (dPiiSiti),fut. dsi<Tc^at,aor. ind.
dturt, imp. atiaov, inf. dctcrat, c a n t a r e,
sing. — (1) trans, sing, irairiova, xXka
dvip&v, minstrels' lays, heroic songs ;
of something, fii)viv (cf. "sing and say,"
Nibelungen Lied), relatein song, 'Axaidv
voarov, a 326, ^avaiiiv kukov olrov, a
350, 'Axaidv, 9 489 (Xirjv rard Koapov,
very becomingly, altogether in order);
cTTTTov Koofiov, 492, with iitg, 514, and
with ace. and inf. 616. — (2) in trans.
sing; pd\' dtiaai, sing merrily; with
adj. used adverbially, icaXdv, a 155
and often, so probably A 473, 2 570 ;
Xty', loud, K 254 ; also of nightingale
(dftiSiiiv); of bow string, it sang,
i. e. twanged under the touch, ^ 411.
[^ , exc. p 519.]

&-ciKcCT)v, ag, fern. (dJ£iK(irj,j'joiK€v),
strictly dedecus. — (1) deformitas,
disfigurement, Q 19.~(2) dcKiiac ipai-
viiv, V 308; behave unseemly, pro-
terve agere. [ - ]

&-ciKAiof , 2 and 3, {ajuKkXiog, from
hiKeXog), indecorus, turpi s, unseetU'
ly, shameful, dXaairvg, TrXrjyji', wretch^
cd; S 84, r 341 ; ill-favored, filthy, Z
242, V 402, t; 259, p 357, w 228 [ -
>-'^^]; adv. aHKfXiiog, ignominiously,
TT 109, w 319; wretchedly, 231.

d-cucifSy kg, (jfjoiKf), indignus, tm-
becoming, unseemly. — (1) voog oitdiv
a., mind altogether faultless; ov roc
dfucsg, nee vero dedecet. — (2) dis-
graceful, ignominious; ipyov, indig-
num facinus; Xoiy6g,Tr6Tpog,<rr6vog,
K 483, Xto>/3ij. — (3) turpis, mean,ftoor;
diiKia 'iaoai, thou art vilely clad, ir^pi}.
— (4) vilis, small, mean, ni(T96g, M
4*- 5, diroiva. [y ]

&-CiK£];ci (duicrig), ipf. dski^cv, fut
diiKiHi, aor. subj. dfiKiofTtaoi, mid. oct-
Kia<Taifu9a, d€iKiff<Taij9ai, pass. deiKi'
(r9ftfiivai, foedare, maltreat, insult,
n 545, <T 222, O 54; disfigure, T 26;
for yea (dri), he even insults in his
wrath the lifeless clay (Kitn/tfiv), Q 54.

iuiipuv (dffipto), pi. aipovrag, aor.
ijEipa and dfipa, mid. I. dtipd^riv, pass.
dkp9riv (dtp9€ig, dp9(ig), plupf. atttpro,
tollere, raise up^ (1) in strict sense

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(&om ground and otherwise), I 465;
stones, ^ 41 1, U 268 ; corpses, 11 678,
P 724; the wounded, S 429; swing
on high the lash, Y 362; brandiah a
spear, T 373, e 424; freq. with v>\/6<n,
e. g. T 325 ; hence also iri^o<r' dupon^-
voc, raising one's self on high, rising ^
^ 307. Also pass. € 393, |i 249, 255, and
ip\t6d dipGdSi ft 432, 9 375 ; of horses,
v%f/6<r' dftpkoGriVf ^ 501 ; of birds,
dp9tic, N 63, r 540, dipOrf ; the fortunes
of the Trojans rose aloft, 6 74. Part.
dtipag, for greater vividness, with verbs
<^ bearing, placing, e. g. 1' 380, a 141,
/3 425, p 335. Of ships (y 312, UHpav),
carry ^ dy^oq. — (2) prom ere, bring
Jbrth, produce ; olvov^ Z 264, esp. mid.
(out of one's store), Z 293, o 106,p 335.
&-€Kal^|Uvo«, 17, (oiiccjv), in vitas,
tmvnUinglg, <r 135, r 133; also with
iroXXd^ quite against one's will, [s^ w —

d-cKifXia (em^Xoc), fpy<* '^raBieiv^ S
TTf, literally vntvished-for things^ suffer
doleful woes, cf. sq.

k-iicijfn ('iictiTi)^ contra volunta-
tem, against the will of\ with gen., ^
887 ; esp. freq. with (/*wv, M 8, y 28.

hrhnwfy ovfT(a\ (APbkwv^ from f icwv),
in Vitus, unwilling. — (1) without de-
sign, n 264. — (2) reluctant, against
one*s will; ovk ojcovre, gladly; dfKov-
rog ifi€io, me invito, tn sfpite of me;
against their wish, to their annoyance,
e 487, cf. n 369; vi me invitum
retinebit, O 186; notice also ak fiiy
dfKovTOQ aTTTivpa, with acc. , v i n o 1 e n-
tem privavit, robbed thee by force,
against thy will, d 646, cf. A 430.

ocXXo, 17, (drifu), procella, gust of
wind, stormy fcind, xu^kpiau, B 293;
iravrontiv dvkfiwv; also in simile, to
describe onset of heroes, A 297, M 40,
N 795. [-— ]

&-cXXif« KoviffaXoc wpwTo, turbi-
dus pulvis surrexit, a thick cloud
o/dnst rose, P 13t. [y ]

&cXX^-iro« ''IpiQ, stonn-footed, i. e.
sicift-fjoted Iris (IL); cf. nootjvsfiog.

&-cXiria, ins per at am, Zeus has
given me to see land which I never
expected to behold, t 408t.

&-cXirriovTf« (IXttw), desperantes

enm salvnm esse, despairing of his
safety, H 310t. [ - - J

dc-v^ovra (from aiep vaovra) Hara^
juges aquae, never failing springs,
V 109t (v. L altvdovTa). [- ^ w — w]

6k'i\^ (dPi^kt, cogn. with augeo,
German wachsen, English wax), only
pres. and ipf., increase, Z 261, i 111;
nourish, let grow up, viov, v 360 ; fisya
irkvOoQ, cherish great grief; diktaSai,
come to manhddd, of Telemachos, x
426 ; prosper, Ipyov, K 66 ; df^tro Upbv
fjfiap, the sacred day advanced, 8 66; 1 56 .

&-cpY(i|S (P ipyov) 'iveKa, pigritiae
causa,o«f o/*«/bf A, a> 25 If. [^ j

ik'€fy6%f 6v, (f ipyov), piger, idle,
lazv. [ - -]

acp6c£«, acpOcv, part, and 3 pl. aor.
pass, from dktput, sublatus.

&fp<r£-iro8c«, mv, (deipm), iVTroe, to-
lutarii equi, quick- trotting, high-
stepping horses, cf. Sf 501 (II.). f-' —

ocira, &^<ra|icv, aor. from lavw, dor-

iutax-^povvvinaxv (dB(y(<f>piov), dat. pL
temere, thoughtlessly, 470.

iutai-^pWf ovoc, (ddut, tppivei:),
am ens, thoughtless, light-headed, ^
302, ^ 603, Y ' 1 83. [- ^ ]

&|;a^^ot«» >?€« V^f rtC. {d^ofiat), ari-
dus, dfy, parched, withered; of trees;
ox-hide shield, H 239; bpoq, Y 491.

*Al^t8ao, 'A icropoc, the son of Azeus,
B513. [— - -1

ajti, r^,(a^w), situ inquinatum,
covered with dust, dirt, ;^484f. [ ]

i-tlX''i«» ^C» (^"X*^)» penetrans,
continuus, unceasing, of pain; pene-
trating, of sound of combat ; adverbial,
d^»/XHN perpetuo, incessantly, A 435,
O 658, <r 3. [ - -]

a(o|&ai (aytof), only pres. and ipf.,
vereri, dretid, shrink from; esp. be-
fore the gods, Ttvd; religioni ha-
bere, with inf , Z 267, c 478 ; with firj,
2:261. [— ;-]

&lo|i^ (dZut), arescens, becoming
dry, A 487t. [ - - -]

aTiSwv (dftt^w) x^wpjy/c. luscinia,
the songstress in green foliage, r 518;
'ArjSwv, the daughter of Pandareos, is
meant, the wife of ZtjOoq of Thebai,
mother of Itylos, whom she slew by mis-
take while intending, out of jealousy,

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to kill the son of Niobe, her sister-in-
law ; after this deed, transformed into
a nightingale, she ever sadly repeated
the name of her murdered son/Irt/,
"Jrv, ^

insueti erant, (the horses) were as
yet unaccustomed to the sight of corpses,
K493t. [- -]

arint (aPfitu, cf. vent us, English
wind), 3 du. &t|Tov, inf. aiivm, drifuvaL,
part dii/rcCf ipf* ar}, cut, pass, dtifitvog.
(1) bhw, of wind, always act. ; dri^uvoc,
ventis exagitatus. — (2)^386,^ixa
dk fftfuv ivi (f>pi(Ti Ovfibg dijro, their
minds wavered to and fro. C-^ — ^]

&ifp, fern., ffloom^ £ 864, i 144; Jog,
17 143; see also rifip,

&V)<ruXa (=a-c<n;Xa)- ipya^ faci-
nora yiolenta, deeds of violence^ E
876t. [ ]

4.i^TT|s, ou, 0, {aPr)iu\ ventus, wmd^
only S; 254 ; elsewh. with dvsfiotOj ^t-
^poio, dvifMav, flatus, blast, gusts.

at|To, see drifii.

ar\rov Odptrog Ixowra, with stormy
courage, impetuoso animo, ^395f.
((K uncertain derivation; cf. OvfiioQ
drjTo and dfi<Tv\a,E 876; scarcely re-
lated to aiijrog.)

&0dvaTos, 3, (Odparog), immortal j
also subst., e.g. A 503, O 61, A 265;
freq. with 9toi ; in phrase dOdvarog
Kal dyripaog ; also predicated of bodily
members, A 530, N 19, and of imjter-
ishahle possessions (5 79, B 447) of
the gods ; opp. fiporoi, A 2, c 2 ; Oiti-
Toi, fi! 199; avSpeg, ir 266; d9. kukov,
Charybdis,/i 118. [ - - ]

oOairrof, only roasc. (dt/Trrw), in-
humatus, t«n6wt€J. [^ — ]

iJUiiyOVfc ad., (d£6c)» non sine nu-
mine, not without divine guidance=\i
is really a special providence that — ,
<r353t. [ - — ]

&Oc)fc(oTu>€, ot, a, (Oifug), nefarlus,
criminal f dGifiitrria eiSkvai, live itn-
p. ously, godlessly. [ -^ >-. — w s^]

&9^|uoTos, iiiv. (Oir'iMg% ferus. loto-
less.l 63,1 106; nefarius, tr>cl:ei ;
opp. tvaiffifioif p 363. [w ^ — w]

dCcpilo), ipf. dOkpi^ovy (dOipig), con-
temn o, despise, always with negation,
A t>fil, 0212,1// 174. [w^_w]

&0^<r^To«, 2, (a, §€oc, 0ij/ii). im-
m e n 8 u s, immeasurable, boundless ;

yaia, OaXatrtra, ouppog, vv% ; also
joineid hyperbolically with olvog and
alTog. [— ww]

'A0v|vai, Athens, capital of Attika,
B 546, 549, 7 278, 307; also sing. £^
pudyviav 'AOrivriv, rj 80.

'A0iiva£t|, r)g, the goddess Athene,
Atoc iKytyavla, dyiKuf], yXavKGrtrig,
rjvKoyiog, Kovpti ^tog (aiyto;^oto), Aao<r-
aoog, Xf/inc, iprftrifrToXig, ct 'Xrpv-
TibvTi, TpiToyiveia, esp. UaXXaci fos-
ters the arts, Z 232, if/ 160, esp. do-
mestic and feminine accomplishments,
I 390, fi 116; as goddess of war,
'AXoXico/ifi/i/fC, she protects cities, and
is the especial patron of wary warriors
like Odysseus ; see 'AOfivtf.

'AOv|vaioi, Athenians, B 551, 558,
A328, N 196,689,0 337.

*A^inr|, parallel form of 'ABtivaiti ;
^AXaXKOfUVijig, yXavKutirig, ivrrXoKapog,
noXvfiovXog, etc. ; ti 80, the city A thens.

Aidflp-tiXoiT^ (dOripj Xoiyog), lit.
chaff-destroyer, designation of winnow-
ing-shovel in Teiresias's prophecy to
Odvsseus,\ 128,* 275.

^XijowKTt and dOXifcravra (part
aor. from dOXeat), labor i bus exer-
ceri, toil, drudge, H 453, O 30.

&0Xt|rr|pi, oifS^ — ioucag, n e q a e
enim certatoris similis es, nor
dost thou resemble one who takes his
part in manly contests, 9 164f.

&6Xo«, see dtQXog.

&0Xo^»dpOi, see di9Xo<l>Apog.

'AO^, t4 — ,Jro»i Athos (nom. sing.
*A96<ag), M 229 f, the well - known
rocky promontory of Akte in Chalki-
dike, now Monte Santo.

dOpkut, only aor. &0pi{<rcic, dGprftrai,
intueri, cernere, gaze, tig ; fterceine,
Tivd ; comprehend, r 478. [ ^]

&-0p^o9« 3, only pi., cuncti, (all)
together, in crowds, S 38, 2 497 ; t/y*-
piGovro, (i 392; freq. d9p6a iravra;
also written d9p6ot, [- ^ ^]

&-6v|iOi(0t//ioc),animo destitoti,
/aint' hearted, despondent, k 463f.

&Ovp|&aTa, rd, (d9vpijj), ludicra,
playthings, O 363; elegantiae mi-
nutulae, child^s toys, a 323; orna-
ments, trinkets, o 4 1 6 . [v^ — ^ w]

&Ovp«*v, part, from dGttpw, O 364t,
per lusum, in sport. [-' ]

al (perh. old case-form of relative ; cC

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xapaiy ineai, as also d\ this reladve
force may be traced in X 348, al kiv
iybtyi dvatrtrtoj as true as that I reign;
io swe as I reign) never stands alone,
bat L expressing a wish, optative use.
— (I) rti yap, u tin am, would that, al-
ways with opt., (a) where fulfillment of
wish is regarded as possible, 6 538, N
825, n 97, 2 464, X 454, y 205, K 244,
9 339, ( 523, o 156, 536, p 163, 251, <t
235, r 309, v 236, 200, 372 {al yap
lih A 189, K 536, S 272, X 346, 5 697,
r 22, t; 169, p 513); (b) where fulfill-
ment of wish is regarded as impossible,
T 99: the formula, at yap, Ztv re vd-
Ttp Kai 'A9i)vairi Kai "AttoXXov, is fol-
lowed by opt. in sense of (a) above, B
371, A 288, n 97, a 235; in sense of
(b) above, H 132, 5 341 = p 132; by
inf. in sense of (a), i? 31 1 ; in sense of
(b), ut 376. — (2) alOc (of. ilBi), uti-
nam, oh that! would that! (a) where
fulfillment of wish is conceived as pos-
sible, with opt. A 178, X 41, i} 331, 4
440, p 494, a 202, v 61 ; (b) where ful-
filhnent is conceived as impossible,
with opt. II 722 ; with ipf. w^AXe, Z
84, {T 401; with aor. o<l>ikov, A 415, F
40, 2 86, Q 253, v 204.— 11. interroga-
tive use, at Kc (never separated by in-
tervening word), si, whether, with subj.
Ol8, €/Vfc /loi, at KB TToOi yvMiii roiov-
Tov UvTa, Iithq yap ttov Toys olSf, «
« fuv dyyeiXaifjii idwv ; so also after
o^p UriTt, A 249; TniprftrofJiai, E 279,
w 217; and freq. without a preceding
verbum tentandi, A 66, Z 94, H
243, K 55, A 797, 799, Q 301, a 379, jS

^ 144, y 92, V 1 82, S 34, at Ki vo9i Z%i)C ;
so also a 379, /3 144, fi 215, x 252. p
51,60, al KB TTo^t, strictly =si qua, if,
if in any case ; the opt. occurs only in
oratio obliqua, ai kb ykvoiro, H
387, yet see A 207. — III. conditional
use, ai k£ (never separated by inter-
vening word), si, if, perhaps, (1) with
subj., (a) where filt. follows in princi-
p«^ sentence, 9 496, p 230 ; (b) where
opt. follows in principal sentence, Q
688 ; (c) where inf. follows in princi-
pal sentence, E 260. — (2) with opt.
(where a wish is involved) where opt.
follows in principal sentence, v 389. —

I (3) in a period, where there is an ellip-
sis of one of its members, at k tOk-

i Xpoda, 2 457, d 322, /j, 49, v 233 ; after

oxl/eai, e 471, N 260, T 147, S 391, w
51] (to be distinguished from ei iOk-'
Xug, jr 82, p 277). A 353 ^v i0B\y<rea
Kai ai ksv toi rd fitfjir}Xy.

&i- has been sometimes regarded by
some as a trengthening prefix = very,
exceedingly, cf. atZjjXof.

oXo, oii/t, aiav, (probably from yam),
terra, earth, land, ^wi^ooc ; irarpiSoQ
a«i;c; 'Axaa^of attic; irdtrav iv alav,
over the whole earth ; Opycu^i/ alav.

Aloit}, (1) viiiTOQ, island Aeaea, home
of Kirke, c 135, X 70, iiSri r 'Houf tjptye-
vuTfQ oiKta Kai x^po* ^'<^( ^oi dvroXai
'HfXioio, /i 3 sq., a fabulous region far
in N. W. (the Romans located it at Cir-
ceii>; hence (2) So\6t<roa, the goddess
Kirke herself, 4 32; fi 268, 273, sister
of Aietes.

AlaKC8i)«, descendant o/Aiakos,{l)
son, Peleus, n 15, 2 433, * 189.— (2)
grandson, Achilleus,B 860.

AUucds, son of Zeus, father of Pe-
leus, grandfather of Achilleus, * 189.

Aia«, avrof, {AHfao), (1) TcXa/itu-
vtoi", TcXa/iwvta^i/i:, fikyaQ, son of Te-
lamon from Salamis, half-brother of
Teukros, 'ipKog 'Axaidv, bulwark of
the Achaians ("a tower in battle"),
<f>6pwv adKOQ iivTi irvpyovy A 485 ;
flrcXwptoc, r 229; X 550, oq irkpi fiiv
elSog trkpt S' ipya rkrvKro Toiv dXXutv
Aavawv fiir dfivvova IlrjXtiujva ; oirXwy
tcpiaiQ, X 543 sqq. — (2) 'OiA^oc raxifC
(cf. ^ 793) Aiag,fi€itov,*OiXidSri^, Oile-
us's son,leader of Lokrians ; for his pre-
sumption swallowed up in the sea near
I the Fvpai nkvpat, d 499. — (3) the two
heroes often coupled in dual or pi., e. g.
kidvTi Svw, 9epdirovT€C "Aprjog, 9ovpiv


H 175, AiavTs = Aias and Teukros.

AlyaC, lit. " wave city," in AlyidKtia,
'Axd'Kai; a town in Achaia, seat of
worship, e 203, and favorite haunt, of.
Poseidon, N 21,6 381.

Al^aCfov*, ace. lit. " wave - demon,"
popul. epith. of sea-giant Bpidpewg (the
" mighty." the " crusher"), only A 404.

odyav^S) gen. iymv, iac, (a'i^), ve-
nabvilnm, huniinff-spear, i 156, also
thrown for amusement. [— w ^ -]

AlyciSriv, Orjafa r', in interpolated
verse. A 265, Aigeuats son.

atyciost 3, (ai^, caprinus, of or
belottging to a gocU. — (1) rvpog, cheesd

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of goat's milk, A 639.— (2) owof, goat-
skin bottle, see daK6{; ; Kvviii, goatskin
cap. (i> 231.

atTCipos, 17. populus nigra, blnck
popUtr ; as tree in lower world, k 510.

aiYCOv {=aiyuov) ciaKov, goatskin
bottle, I 196t. I

AlYidXcia, daughter of Adrestos,
wife of Dioinedes, £ 412t. [-v^w ;

aiYioX^, y, ov, lit us, shorey beach,
fKyaXif}, TToXvrfXH, koiXov. [—>-'>-' w]

Al^iaX^f (or a maritima, coast-
line). (1) division in N. Peloponnesos,
afterward Achaia, B 575f. — (2) town
in Paphlagonia, B SSSf.

aiyLfioTOi (/3o*ticw), capras alens,
abounding in goats, d 606 ; goat past-
ure, V 246. [- w -« w]

alYCXiiroSy icar — ^rcrpj/c, I 15, 11
4, of doubtful deriv. and signif.; the
second part is perhaps from XiirTOfiai,
loved and haunted by goats alone, for
men too steep. [— >^ ^ s^]

AlyCXiira rprixtiav, name of village
in, or island near, Ithaka, E 633t.

i&^wavy ace, island in Saronic gulf,
opposite Teiraieus, still bearing its
ancient name, B 562t. [ ^]

Atyiov (cf. Ai'yiaXot), afterward
chief city of the Achaian league, B
574t. [-^^]

alyC-oxos ( aiyiq ), A igis-holding,
epith. only of Zeus, though it might
also be with propriety applied to Athene
and Apollon, w 1 64. [ - '>-' ^]

oiyi^t <^of, r), (strictly stoinn-cloud,
cf. iTratyi^w), Aigis, represented as a
ponderous shield with a hundred gold-
en tassels, B 448, hence ipirifio^: ; the
handiwork of Hephaistos, O 309 ; the
means in Zeus's hands, P 593, A 166;
or at his command, in the hands of
Apollon, of exciting tempests and
of spreading dismay among men, O
229 ; described, E 738. B 448 ; serves
esp. in battle, seconded by tpig, aXKij,
luiKTi, as means of spreading terror
and flight; above all when borne by
Athene, B 448, x 297 ; in E 738 and 2
204, it would at first sight appear as
if the later conception, which regards
the Aigis as the movable breast ar-
mor of the goddess, and with which
she is uniformly represented in sculpt-
ure (cf. cut No. lb), might be traced.

but a/i0t/3aX£ro refers as often rather
to the TiXafitov by which the shield
was suspended over the shoulder; cf.
also Qvaavoioaav.

AtyurOof, son of Thyestes, seducer
of Klytaimnestra; despite the warn-
ing of Zeus, a 35, he murdered her re-
turning huisband, oig rig rt KareKtavf
f5ovv iirl 0arvy, 7 196, X 409, ^ 512 sqq.;
wherefore eight years later Orestes slew
him and his own mother Klvtaimnestra,
X 410, a 30, y 196.

017X1), Tf. splendor, radiance;
Xivicri, gleaming brightness of sky, of
daylight. ^ 45 ; also of sun and moon ;
of weapons, B 458, T 362, ovpai'iv


alyX'^lcvTos (aiyXij), air — *OXvfnrov,
de splendido Olympo, from re-
splendent Olympos, A 532.

al-YiMrU^> «» (yw^ or ai'dtrw), vulture,
hmmeigeyer, IT 428, x ^02, dyKvXo-
XHXai,yaiJ.\f/u>wxiQ'i with opvig^H 59.

AIyvittios (when ultima is lon^,
AiyvTTTJrjg to be read with synizesis),
AegyptiuF. — (1) an Egyptian, S 83.
—(2) Egyptian, I 263, p 432.

AlYviTTios, name of an aged Itha-
kan,i3 15.

AiYvirTo«,r;,AegyptU8. — (1) river
Nile, ivppeiTtjPf K 257. — (2) Aegypt,the
land of (magic) herbs, S 355 ; Aiywir-
Tovce, in A e gyp turn.

alScio = aidno, imp. from atdko/iai,

V ere re, res})ect, reverence, i 269.

al8^o)fcai (ai'Swi:), pr. imp. aUeo, ipf.
a^dtTO, fut. aidi(y(a)ofiai, aor. mid. ydt-
aa^rjv and aidtffcdfxrjp, pass. j^saSrfv^
aihkadriv, 3 pi. alhoQiv, vereri, feel
shame. — (1) Ttvd, reverence or stand in
awe of, A 23, Z 442, X 124, y 96, 28,
I 640; also joined with dsidta; was
ashamed of his tears in the presence of
the Phaiakians, 9 86.— (2) with inf.,
vereri, shrink from, by reason of re-
ligious or other j^cruples, ? 146, tt 75,

V 343, X 312, X 82, out of regard to
propriety, ^ 221, <r 184, where ttadvat,
is to be supplied.

a(8T)Xos, ov, (of doubtful derivation,
peril, a priv. and tddv, cf. d-iBfig^. —

(1) perniciosus. destroying, nvp. —

(2) invisus, not to be seen, hateful,
odious, of Ares, E 897, 309 ; Athene,
E 880 ; suiters, x 29, ^ 303 ; Melan-

Digitized by VjOOQIC

'AC8t|s 13

thio8, X 16^- &iSiiXci>9, ahoimnahk, ^

220. [ - ]

'AiSv|S, 'Ai5wv£VCi gen. 'AiSao [y^
— ^], 'A t^f w [-'-'—], and 'A t^oc [— ^ ^] ,
dat'At^t, 'Ai^y, 'Aiduivijif ace. 'Aidriv,
Aides, Hades, god of lower world,
ivspoiffiv dvcKjaioVy ava^ ivkpiov, Zivg
KaraxOovtog, 1 457, ef. O 188, ttcXw-
fHog, KXvToinoXogy i<pdifiog, Kpartpog,
TvkapTTiQ, also arvyipog : freq. 'AiSog
iofiov fitru), or eig Souov, iv Bofioig, etc. ;
often also only 'AiooaSt (so. SofjiovBe),
or simply prep. Iv, ilg, followed by gen.
'AiSog, without proper case of dofiog.

(USoCuv Ti fit(Ti]yv Kai o/u^aXoi), be-
tween privi/ parts and navel, N 568t.

alSoioSf 3, (aidiog). — (1) verec un-
do s, dXfiTTjg, shamefaced, bashful, p 578.
-7-(2) venerandus, revered, venerated,
august, applied to all persons connect-
ed with one by ties of relationship or ob-
ligation : of thera/At»7,a 139; of kings,
gods ; of friends, guests, suppliants ;
often joined with <pi\og or dnvog ; o 373,
aidoiolaiv t^u>ica=have given to the
needy; inXSSO, aiSotoTtpog Kai «pi\Tipog,
more respected and beloved. olSoCwg
r dirk'jrifATrov, r 243, with due regard
to the claims of a guest, with Jit escort.

aX8o|iai, see aiSiopxu,

"AiSos/AiS^irSc, see 'At^/jg.

i^8p«i*n» y<y*» (didpig), i n 8 c i t i % folly,
H 198, /i 41; didpHytri vooio, jc 231,
257, X 272. [- ]

cUSpis, H, (dPidpig, from FiSfifvaC),
ignarus, unacquainted with, x^pov,
stupid, r2\9. [ - -]

ad8<tts> ovg, t), pudor. — (I) subj.
sense of shame; v 171, ovd' alBovg fioX-
pav ix^^^'^^1 ^^^ * spark of shame;
scruple, iv <ppi(Ti OkaOe alSCj Kai vspe-
tnv, N 122, cf. O 561 , with diog, O 657 ;
reverentia, regard, with (fnXorrjg, Q
11 1, ^ 505; with ri/i^, 9 480; diffidence,
y 14. — (2) obj. disgrace, dishonor, used
elliptically sc. corw, II 22, or ioriV, y
24; with ace. and inf., E 787; privy
parts = alboXov,\ 75; B 262, hide thy

mi, aUv, see dti.

aUi-YCVCTcLuv, Ocwv, and Q^oXg aUi-
yivhymv (rej^ular formula for closing:
the verse), horn to unending life, eternal,
immortal, ut 373.

oUi-vdovTo, see divdovrn, ever flow-
ing, never failing.


oUt^ (cogn. with oitavog, avis),
aquila, eagle, TiXtiiTaTog Trerei/viui/,
favorite of Zeus, Jovis ales, Q 311;
bird of omen ; ^optpvbg (hjptjrijp, dusky
bii-d of prey; high-soaring, M 201, X
308; hook-beaked, r 638. [ - -]

&£tt|Xov (di, !^fiXog=SfiXog), rbv fiiv
di^TiXop GfjKtp Oiog, B 318, eum deus
perillustre fecit exemplar, the
god made it a conspicuous omen.

allil|u>€ dvfip (^di^Tjog), vegetus
homo, vigorous man, only P 520, u

altT)6«, vegetus, robustus, vig-
orous, robust, with dvfip, and as subst.
with OaXfpoi, dpi)iOooi, Kparepog ; used
as eqiiivalent to man, p, 440.

Ali^TTis, son of "UXiog and Ukptrrj,
brother of KipKri ; robbed by Jason of
the golden fleece, /* 70; dXooibpojv, k
137 [— ]

aiT)Tov, TTtXijjp, 2 410, epithet of
*'Il<pai(TTog, of doubtful origin and
meaning, perhaps best explained as
from drjp,t, breathing strongly, hard-
jmffing. [ -]

alOokX^cig, laaa, ev, (aiOu)), fumo-
sus, fuliginosus, smoky, black with

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