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Thief, 0u»p.

Think, vopi^u or otfuu.

Third, rpirog.

Thirty, rpidKovra.

This, ovrog or ode, 2 148,
N. 1.

Those, see That.

Thought, take — in re-
turn, avreTrifieXiofjuu.

Thousand, ;t^^<; two
—, diax*^^^; ten — ,
fivpiot.

Thrace, 0pm-

Thracian, Opg^.

Three, rpetg; — hun-
dred, rpiaxdaioi.

Through, Sid.

Throw, piiTTu; — in,
£fipd/iXu.

Thus, ode, in the sense
of as follows.

Tiara, ar^yyi^,

Tigris, HiypjK.

Time, xp^^>oq, in gen-
eral ; dpa^ season,
hour ; proper — , luu-
pdg\ at that — , Tdre;
each — , iKOOTore ; in
— , evKaipog; at tlie
same — vnth, dfia
with D.

Tissaphemes, Tiaaa-
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Well-disposed



To, elf, kni, Tra/wi, of,

or np6g.
Toil, Trdvos ; full of — ,

Toach, a^7 ; airTOfMi.
Towards, eni w. G.
Tower, rvpaig.
Track, Ixviov.
Traitor, irpoSdrnc.
Transgress, irapapaivo)

or afutprdvu.
Transport, Siaptpd^u.
Treason, izpodoaia.
Treasure, d^aavpSc.
Treat, xp^^t^^^-
Treaty, irirovdai or <rvv-

Tree, dhdpov.
Trench, rdt^poq.
Tribute, daaii6q.
Trireme, rpvfipiK.
Trojan, TpcjiKdg.
Trophy, rp&iratov.
Trouble, rapdrTu cr

dvidu.
Troy, Tpoia.
Truce, arrovdai
True, d?i7^/g.
Trumpet, aakiriy^.
Trust, TTioTEvu or ni-

noiOa.
Truth, speak the — ,

d^ijjOeiju.
Try, iinx^ipkQ or ttw-

pdoiuu.
Tumult, eSpvpog.
Tunic, x^'^^'
Turn, rpi'jroi or arpi^.
Twenty, elKoai,
Two, dvo ; — thousand,

Siaxi^oi.
Tyrant, Tvpawoc,



U.
Under, irrrS.
yndemeath, he — ,

vireifii.
Understanding, ai/ve-

aig.
Undertaking, irpd^ig,

Tzpaypja, or tpyov.
Uneducated, (nraiSev-

TOq.

Unfinished, areX'^Q.
Unfortunate, drvxfj^ or

dvoTvxffq.
Unguarded, cu^vT^Krog.
Unjust, a6uiog.
Unless = if not
Unprepared, dnapa-

aKevcujTog.
Unprincipled, Trovjjpdg.
Unseaworthy, airXoog.
Unseemly, alaxp^C-
Until, .yu^^/)/, axpi, lore,

ewf , or irpiv.
Up, — along^ avd.
Upon, eni.
Uprightness, Sucatoav-

vri.
Uproar, 66pvpog.
Urge, K£?£iMj.
Us, see I.
Use, make — of XP^^-

fiai.
Useful, xpfff't/^'

V.

Valor, dper^.
Vast, noXvg.
Vengeance, take — on,

dirorivofjuu or rifjujpio-

fiat.
Very, fidXa.
Vex, ?.v7rt(j.
Vicious, TTcvrjpdg.
Victorious, he — ^vuidu.



Vigilant, i'7nfie7J]q.
Vigorously, \axvpug.
Village, KLifiTi ; village'

chief Kwfidpxn^,
Villager, Kufji^m,
Vine, dfiireh)^.
Violate, irapafieXiu,
Violently, ptaujg.
Virtue, dper^.
Voice, ifujv^.
Voyage, ir2.6oc

W.

Wagon, afia^a ; passa-

hle hy wagons, dfrn^i'

rdg.
Wailing, bdvpfiSg.
Wait, 7repifiiv<j ; — for^

dvafiivu or irepi/iivu^
Wall, Teixog ; huild a

— to intercept, diro-

TElxKii.

War, 7r6Ac/«)f ; at — ,

noTiifuog ; — or make

— , iroXefjiiiJ.
Ward, — off, dfivvu.
Watchword, ovvdriiia.
Water, v6iop ; fetch — ,

vdpw^pkti.
Way, <5<J(5f; give — ,

EKKkivid'y give — to,

neiOoficu; in this — ,

ovTug.
W«ak, dddevrjg.
Wealth, irTMVTog,
Wear, ^a:"; —out.Ka-

Tarpipcj.
Weep, SaKpvo,
Weight, pdpog.
Well, ev or mlog-j it

is — , KoXog Ix^i.
Well-armed, evoTrXog,
Well-bom, evyevr/c
Well-disposed, evpoog.



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Zeus



Wet, Ppix».

What, Wf, inter.; 8f,

rel.; borig, gen. rel.

and indir. inter.
Whatever, barig.
When, wf , knei, or eTrei-

^.
Whence, irdOev.
Whenever, 6ir6Te or

Where, Mfa or bmf.
Wherefore, twrre.
Wherever, brrov.
Whether, el.
Which, 5c.

Whichever, im&repoq.
Whip, fiiliGTi^.
White, ^£VK6q.
Whither, nol.
Who, T<V, inter. ; 6f, rel.
Whole, 6^ or irdr-^
Whosoever, 8f .
Why, rt.
Width, ev/wf .
Wife, ywij.

Wild, dy/i^of ; — heoAt,
Brjpiav, r

Willing, he — , mhS^
Wind, avefjog.
Wine, olvog.
Wing, Kipag.
Winter, x^¥^^'
Wisdom, (7o0ia.
Wise, ao(l>6c.
VfiBhfkdiXo or povh}fmi.



With, ffhv, Ix^ ; — i^^
aid of,avv; — respect
to, TTpdg.

Withdraw, airoairdu or
avaxi^pif^.

Within, cZ(T(j, indicates
the motion of going
into the place ; Mav,
in the sense of in the
inside, without im-
plying such motion ;
fVT(5f , prop, inwardly,
but sometimes as a
prep. w. a.

Without, dvev ; —
breakfast, avapiarog.

Witness, ftdprvq.

Wolf, TiVKoq.

Woman, ywij ; old — ,
ypavg ; Cilician — ,
KiXiaoa,

Wonder, 6avfi&^a.

Wonderful, 0avfiaar6q.

Wooden, ^hTuvog.

Word, yl(Jyof ; bring or
carry back — , aTvay-
y^XAw; send — , napay-
yiXXa ; pass the — to
one another, diayyi?.-

AL3.

Work, kpydl^ofjuu.
Worse, c. of kokSc.
Worsted, he — , irrdo-

fiai.
Worthy, d^«of .



Would, — that, elde or
ei yap.

Wound, TlTptiGKli

Write, ypd^.
Wrong or do — , ddi-

Kea-; wrong-doing,

d/iapria



Xenias, ^eviag.
Xenophon, Zevoijujv.



Year, eviavrdg.

Yet, not — , oijTTu or

fi:fyirij ; and — , koitoi.
Yield, vt^fuu.
You, ah.
Young, viog; — man,

veaviag.
Your or yours, o6g or

vfikrepog^ and often by

the gen. of ffv.
Yourself, oeavrov, ror

flex. ; avrdg, intens.

like ipse.
Youth, vedr^g.



Zealous, rrpdOv/wg.
Zeus, Zcig,



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