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ἀοιδή

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ἀοιδ-ή [α^], Att. contr. ᾠδή (q. v.), h(, : (ἀείδω):—

A. song, whether:
3. thing sung, song,στονόεσσαν . οἱ μὲν ἄπ᾽ ἐθρήνεονIl.24.721, cf. Od. 1.351, Hdt.2.79, Alc.Supp.4.24, Pi.N.11.18 (pl.), etc.; whether of joy or sorrow, cf. A.Eu.954 (lyr.) with S.Ant.883; “λύρας .” E.Med. 425(lyr.).
5. = ἐπψδή, spell, incantation,ὀχῆες ὠκείαις . . ἀναθρῴσκοντες ἀοιδαῖςA.R.4.42, cf. 59. Cf. ᾠδή. [Dissyll. in Hes.Th.48 (unless λήγουσί τ᾽ ἀοιδῆς be read) and in Pi. l.c. (unless μελίζεν be read).]

 

Henry George Liddell. Robert Scott. A Greek-English Lexicon. revised and augmented throughout by. Sir Henry Stuart Jones. with the assistance of. Roderick McKenzie. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1940.

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